{Holiday Gift Guide }

Holidays are coming up soon, ready or not! For those of you with a wonderful weirdo in your life, you may be flummoxed over what kind of exquisite curiosity to give as a gift this season - and we are here to help! Oracle has put together a handy-dandy gift guide to help you find the perfect treasure for your loved ones!

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{ Open Sundays! }

Hi Y'all - just a quick announcement about our end of summer business hours, we have expanded them! Friday and Saturday we are open from 11:00 am - 7:00 pm. and  Sundays from 11:00am - 3:00pm - come say hi and check out our excellent selection of natural science specimens, taxidermy, framed insects and butterflies, skeleton articulations, skulls, bones, crystals, sage (and witchy shit)!!

Felicien Rops

Felicien Rops

{ Winter Solstice Bundles }

The Winter Solstice marks the shortest day of the year and subsequently, the longest night. There are festivals which celebrate this time of year all over the world - usually punctuated with a feast to kick off the Starvation Months (called such before refrigeration and canning and taco bell, when food was scarce in the winter) dating back to Neolithic times. 

To make this Winter less awful, we've made some lovely little Winter Solstice bundles for you (we were going to call them Non-demoninational-Celebratory-Wintertime-Funtime-Bundles, but it didn't quite roll off the tongue). Our bundles include Palo Santo for burning, symbolic of the yule log in your hearth; a white spell candle which brings peace, purity and spirituality and also symbolizes winter snowfall; kyanite which raises your vibration and is excellent for transitioning to a meditational state as well as deepening your intuition; abalone which represents the tides of emotion as well as change/transition; baculum, which is symbolic of prosperity (plus it makes us giggle); feathers to represent fauna and the approaching Spring; and finally two sticks of incense, lavender and chandan, because they smell pretty and we like you.

Winter is horrible.

Winter is horrible.