Meet My Artistic and Extremely Talented Co-Creator!

He’s devoted to creating handmade jewelry with carefully selected natural stones that will help enhance positive vibes and the well-being of any individual. His beautiful selection consists of amethysts, sun stones, moonstones, carnelians, obsidians, a wide variety of quartz crystals, labradorite and the list goes on and on!

Meet my husband, Clay Parker! Recently, I posted about opening an online jewelry store, but now I am extremely excited to announce that my husband will be joining me as well! Together, Clay and I have already started making gorgeous designs that we’ve incorporated into bracelets, earrings, cuff links, rings, necklaces and so much more! And we are super busy with brainstorming new ideas!

Everything is coming along so nicely! Marketing materials are in the works and supplies are steadily arriving as we create more jewelry. What makes this all the more worthwhile is that people are already placing their orders! Yes! Before our store is officially open for business, but that doesn’t stop us. We are happy to process orders even now!

However, the big grand opening of our online jewelry store is literally just around the corner and we will gladly let everyone know the date very soon!!

Our mission is to help you bring forth your inner lig

Feel the Magic.
Manifest the Dream.
Be the Reality!

 

 

 

Here are some photos of my husband’s beautiful handmade jewelry! If you would like to place an order, just fill out the form below the photos to let us know what you would like to purchase.(Item numbers are located at the top of the photos.) Payment is happily and safely accepted via PayPal.

 

 

 

Bracelet: Item # 1 ($25 plus the cost of shipping and handling)

Bracelet: Item # 1 ($25 plus the cost of shipping and handling)

Bracelet: Item # 1 ($25 plus the cost of shipping and handling)

Bracelet: Item # 1

 

 

 

 

Necklace: Item # 2  ($35 plus the cost of shipping and handling)

24″ Necklace

Necklace: Item # 2 ($35 plus the cost of shipping and handling)

24″ Necklace

Necklace: Item # 2 ($35 plus the cost of shipping and handling)

24″ Necklace

 

 

 

 

Bracelets

Bracelets

Bracelets

 

 

 

 

Bracelet: Item # 3 ($25 plus the cost of shipping and handling)

Bracelet

 

 

 

Bracelet: Item # 4 ($25 plus the cost of shipping and handling)

Bracelet

 

 

 

 

Bracelet: Item # 5 ($25 plus the cost of shipping and handling)

Bracelet

 

 

 

 

Bracelet: Item # 6 ($25 plus the cost of shipping and handling)

Bracelet

Bracelet

 

 

 

 

Bracelet: Item # 7 ($25 plus the cost of shipping and handling)

Bracelet

 

 

 

Fill out this form to place your order. Please be sure to include the item number. Thank you!!! 🙂

 

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Interview with Eilfie Music

Today I’m welcoming occultist and paranormal investigator, Eilfie Music from the television series, Paranormal State. Thank you, Eilfie for stopping by!

 

 

Can you tell us a little about yourself?

I am a Pagan (nonspecific pantheon) and witch that comes from a family of occultist, magick practioners, and agnostic people. I am married to my wonderful husband, Chris and we will be celebrating our second year of marriage which is still hard to believe. I am an artist that works with primarily acrylic and watercolor mediums. Much of my art ties into my magickal practice and occult symbolism.

 

 

You investigate the paranormal. How long have you been an investigator and what got you into seeking out the unknown?

I have always had a interest in the paranormal but I have only been doing actual investigations in the field for the past 15 years or so. My Father had an interest in the topic and had many strange books on the topic that I got a hold of at a young age. I have an interest in many things paranormal but I do focus more on haunted locations, spirits or ghosts, spiritualism, and psychic phenomenon.

 

 

You were part of the crew on the t.v. series, Paranormal State. What was that like and what was the most unforgettable case you worked on?

It always amazed me how three days not counting prep could be cut down to twenty minutes. Which is not bad, if people saw the full extent of an investigation they might be bored. A lot of it was waiting and listing to then reviewing until your eyes and ears bleed. It was not easy and sometimes it seemed I was living out of my luggage and hotel rooms, but it was an experience that I am grateful to have had. The Thomas House was a favorite of mind. It was this huge mansion that was a museum and had such a spooky feeling but not a bad spooky, just the sense of being watched all the time.

 

 

How do you prepare yourself prior to conducting an investigation? Is there a routine that you follow? A certain method you practice to help ward off negative energy?

This is more something I learned after the show, but taking care of your body seems to be often the factor between a good investigation and a long tiring night. Get lots of sleep before hand, if you need to do research try to do it the day before so you’re not up all morning and then needing to do an all nighter. Eat properly, my big weakness was too much caffeine and not the right food. Fast food is convenient but does not help in the long run. Make sure you are in a good state of mind to investigate. This can affect how it goes and even what you will perceive. After an investigation a good hot shower helps to wash away the physical and psychic yuck. I always visualized pushing off tar like muck to send down the drain.

 

 

You’re also an occultist. Share with us what that means.

The word occult means hidden knowledge. It is often the fringe or taboo of spiritual or magickal practice. This topic covers such a wide variety of topics that would take a lifetime to research it all. I know I will be spending the rest of my life reading the occult. For me, it is not a physically hidden knowledge since so many of the older books are at our reach, but the hidden comes in understanding what it means. Having “aha” moment when you make a connection is unlocking the occult.

 

 

What kind of advice would you give to someone who questioned the ghostly realm?

For as many years I have been studying and investigating the paranormal I am skeptical and this is ok. Always take everything with a grain of salt. I have seen weird stuff but question it since I know the mind and environment can play tricks. This doesn’t I mean I don’t believe in ghosts or the other world but I think it is very difficult to prove and gather Unquestionable evidence. Our experience with ghosts is ultimately a personal experience with the spirit realm.

 

 

Aside from the paranormal, what are some of your other interests?

Many of my interests deal with the past and cooking. I love cooking old and new dishes of all kinds. Chris loves it, but sometimes he worries when I experiment when I cook. My love of the past runs the gamut from historical research, vintage clothes, historical cooking, old houses the whole nine yards.

 

 

What’s next for Eilfie Music, any upcoming projects?

No big projects at the moment. At this time I write articles for the web zine ‘The Spellery’ monthly, and write reviews for ‘Witches & Pagans’ now and then. I also submitted a story to the up coming book “Tails from the other side” anthology to benefit the Staten Island Hope Animal Rescue. Paranormal wise, Chris and I got a chance to investigate with Adam Kimmel and his crew for “Resident Undead”. The episode aired recently, s 6 ep. 1 “Hill View Manor” which was fun but very cold.

 

 

Any words of wisdom you’d care to share?

Take everything in the Paranormal with a grain of salt, but also remember to have fun.

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Eilfie Music

 

 

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