The Alibi Tent

Somewhere between The Mundane... and the Mysterious

ALIBI -

Origin: late 17th century (as an adverb in the sense ‘elsewhere’): from Latin, ‘elsewhere’. The noun use dates from the late 18th century.

 

Elsewhere is where we live and where we travel. Through the gloom and between the moments, we visit places, people and, occasionally, things. We listen to their dreams, their desires and we keep their secrets. And, yes…sometimes we are their excuse. 

Somewhere between...
             The Mundane and the  Mysterious...
             The Privileged and the Primitive...
             The Divine and the Damned  

                                            The Alibi Tent

 

 

Element of air

 
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In traditional ritual, the element of Air has been represented by incense or smoke. Unfortunately, for some with health issues such as Asthma or sensitivity due to allergy, these are not an option. 

For these reasons I have created these smokeless Air Tools. I carefully crafted each one from recipes passed down through generations of the women of my family to correspond with the seasons and elements.