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Witches' Knot Witches' Knot

The Witches Knot is also known as the Magic Knot and the witch charm. The Witches Knot is made from the practitioner's sacred cord. It has become a symbol of protection against malevolent witchcraft. History tells us the witches used knotted cords to tie up the weather, to create circles of protection, and to bind things magically. Men of the Middle Ages believed women could immobilize their sexual functioning using female knot magic. Gypsy women untied knots in the clothing of women in childbirth, and unbraided their hair, so as not to tie-up delivery. Our Witches Knot design is made up of four inter-laced vesica piscis. The vesica piscis is a world-wide symbol for the yoni, the feminine creative force that gave birth to the universe. The interlacement represents the feminine control of the forces of nature. It is said that witches are able to control the winds, raise storms, and infuence the weather by tying knots in cords, or even in their own hair. The circle is one of the primary female symbols representing the sacred or consecrated space. The spirals form the sign of the serpent. The serpent is the oldest symbol of female energy, the embodiment of enlightenment and wisdom. This combination of cogent symbols makes the Witches Knot and awe-inspiring representation of female might and power!
Price $ 24.95
Soulmates Soulmates

The quest for love is imperative for most of us. However elusive it can be, we never give up looking for our soulmate. The myth of Cupid and Psyche illustrates the power of love and the true meaning of the term Soulmates. Psyche's quest to win back Cupid's love dates back to the 2nd century AD. Psyche is such a beautiful princess, that the goddess Venus becomes jealous of her. She instructs her son Cupid to make Psyche fall in love with a hideous monster, so all attention would again be on Venus. Instead, Cupid falls in love with Psyche himself. He becomes her unseen husband, visiting her only at night. Psyche is sworn not to look upon the face of her unseen husband lest she lose his trust and his love. Out of fear, she broke her promise and Cupid left her. She appeals to the Goddess Venus and undertakes a series of cruel and difficult tasks in the hope of winning him back. Eventually, Cupid can no longer bear witness to her suffering or be apart from her and pleads their cause to the gods. Psyche becomes an immortal and the lovers are married in heaven. Cupid is said to represent the heart and Psyche , the soul of a relationship. Our embracing lovers symbolize that heart and soul and the ideal of finding your Soulmate.
Price $ 24.95
Faery Star The Faery Star

Faery Star, is also used instead of, or with the Pentagram, by many Faery and Celtic-based traditions. The seven points represent the Sun, the Forest, the Sea, Magick, the Moon, the Wind, and Spirit.

The following are the seven points of Elven or Faery Magick.

  • Point 1: The Sun. There is apparent fire elemental symbolism here, but also a more specific symbolism relevant to the septagram. The sun is the primary force of life and creation on Earth or most any other world. Without it, elven and humanoid life as we know it would not exist.
  • Point 2: The Wood. Most elves feel a deep connection to forests and woods in general. Trees are considered kin, cousins and brothers. Elves can see a deep secret hidden in the branches of trees, and understand the power and nature of trees and woods. There is also earth elemental symbolism here.
  • Point 3: The Sea. Many elves also have a connection to the sea, and water elemental powers are very strong naturally. Some may be reluctant to know the sea or feel it, perhaps forgetting the ocean as one of the great forces of many worlds.
  • Point 4: The Magic. Magic is integral to the lives of all elves, whether it be the simple but profound magic of a snowflake or the more involved (for the elf perhaps) magic of rhymes, runes, visions, and such. It is not only a matter of understanding magic, but of living magic.
  • Point 5: The Moon. Just as the sun is responsible for our existence, so too does the moon have almost as important a role. Consider how different Earth would be without the moon: to light the dark night skies; to affect the weather and tides with its gravity (it is in many ways a contributor to the dynamic nature of our weather patterns); and even the magical and physiological effects upon us and others. Without its effects, the cycles of life in our oceans might not have occurred --or at least, not have occurred as we have known them to. The way life on Earth exists now is due directly to the moon.
  • Point 6: The Wind. Many elves also have a strong connection to the wind and air elementals in general. At the same time, the wind is responsible for helping germinate the world's plants and forests --it is the essence of weather, and so much more.
  • Point 7: Connection. Ultimately, elves must remember the idea of Connection --of our connection to ourselves, others, the world, the land, reality, magic, and the universe. We are creatures of connection, and our power is tied to our connections to all things. This point is the aspiration perhaps of the other points, just as the fifth point of spirit is the aspiration of the pentagram and humanity. Throughout the world, spiritual traditions acknowledge that human beings are composed in accordance with nature and made in the image of the cosmos.

Price $ 24.95
Heart Triscele Heart Triscele
The Heart Triskele combines three very significant universal symbols; the heart, the triskele, and the circle. It can help you find your center of compassion, love, and understanding so you can experience the wisdom of feeling. The Triskele is a symbol which represents the unity of three. To the Celts, the number three was the most magickal number. The triskele was a symbol of the Goddess in her three forms of maiden, mother, and crone; sometimes called the three Brigits. Throughout the world, the Heart represents the center of being, both physical and spiritual. The heart is the home of compassion. It is the container of the life’s blood. The Circle is the symbol of totality, wholeness, and perfection. It is timeless, with no beginning and no end. It is spaceless having no above or below. It is the symbol of endless motion and cycles, which define the feminine principle . The Heart Triskele was uniquely designed to incorporate these three important symbols. At the center of the triskele, the endless knotwork also forms into hearts. Wear it and send your compassionate energies out to the universe.
Price $ 24.95
Jewel in the Lotus Jewel in the Lotus

The lotus symbolizes the cosmic yoni from which all life was created. It has been a strong female symbol in the east for thousands of years. The male jewel buried in the open flower of the female lotus is a powerful symbol of the union of contrasts; the relationships of light and darkness, fire and water, and creation and destruction. The "Jewel in the Lotus" is also the guiding light toward spiritual enlightenment. Everything we need to know, we already know. Meditation leads us to the answer. In yoga, the attainment of the highest spiritual energy is symbolized by a lotus growing out of the crown of one's head. Our "Jewel in the Lotus" pendant incorporates several symbols to guide one on the spiritual path and heighten the awareness of one's sexual energies. At the center is the "Om" sign. "Om" is the supreme syllable and the mother of all sound. "Om" is the mantramatrika or, mother of all mantras, spoken by the Great Goddess to bring the world into being. The Goddess used sound to create all things by speaking their names in her magical language. Om is the pregnant belly of the Goddess, the symbol of maternal creation. Surrounding the "Om" is the lotus, the symbol of knowledge, the knowledge that leads one out of the path of reincarnation to Nirvana. Emerging from the lotus is an eight-pointed star, representing the eight-fold path of Buddhism. The path of "The Middle Way" discovered by the budda Gautama which leads to Nirvana and enlightenment. The eight-fold path encourages right views, right intention, right speech, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right concentration. Wear our "Jewel in the Lotus" to help guide your inner journey and to share with others the gift of knowledge, sacred sexual energies and an enlightened spirit!
Price.... $19.95
Moons of Hecate Moons of Hecate

Ugly, warts protruding from her nose and chin, mysterious, dark and loathsome. Hecate is associated with the dark side of the moon; but this is the true moon. The moon has no light of it's own, only reflected light of the sun. Like the moon, Hecate is dark. She symbolizes the dark within us, the part of our psyche we refuse to acknowledge. We ignore the wisdom, the strength, and the truth of Hecate, because our fear of the darkness is so strong. In Western society we value beauty, youth and money above all else. We hide our elderly, our sick and our poor so we can pretend to be immune to such human conditions, but Hecate reminds us of the truth. Hecate sees through the facade of societal amenities. Hecate is not deceived by social standing, education, or titles, and wealth. She is patroness to those on the outskirts of society. She believes not only in second chances, but thirds and fourths. Her mantle of healing covers the forsaken, when the rest of society turns it's back. As the triple goddess, Hecate represents maiden, mother and crone; mind, body and spirit; and birth, life and death. As mistress if the night, she represents the three stages of the lunar cycle, new, full and dark. As ruler of the menstrual cycles, Hecate can wreak havoc in the lives of women and the men who love them. Hecate rules over childbirth, menstruation and menopause. All the powers that men fear most! Hecate enforces feminine indedepence from masculine influence! But men and women take heed! Hecate is a Goddess for all. She is the great equalizer. Invoke Hecate into your life and rid yourself of dualistic beliefs; black and white, good and bad. In truth and wisdom. Hecate can propagate balance and neutrality into your life and bring forth compassion for the self and all who share the human condition.
Price.... $22.95
Celtic Spiral Celtic Spiral

The Spiral was a sacred symbol to the Celtic People. It represents the eternal rhythm of life that we are all a part of. This ancient symbol adorned their most sacred places representing the trinity of life, most significantly, it represents the Goddess in all her forms ~ Maiden, Mother & Crone.
Price.... $19.95
Triscele Triscele #1

The Triscele was a sacred symbol to the Celtic People. It represents the eternal rhythm of life that we are all a part of. This ancient symbol adorned their most sacred places representing the trinity of life, most significantly, it represents the Goddess in all her forms ~ Maiden, Mother & Crone.
Price.... $19.95
Triscele Triscele #2

Our Triscele comes with a 36" cord and an accent bead.

The Triscele was a sacred symbol to the Celtic People. It represents the eternal rhythm of life that we are all a part of. This ancient symbol adorned their most sacred places representing the trinity of life, most significantly, it represents the Goddess in all her forms ~ Maiden, Mother & Crone.
Price.... $19.95
Triquetra Triquetra

The Triquetra comes with a 36" cord and an accent bead.

The Triquetra (tri-kwe-ta) isa an ancient symbol of the female trinity of Dana the mother of Brigid and all of the Irish Gods. She who is, She who in her three forms - maiden, mother and crone; represented by the three points of the triangular shape. With this amulet you can experience the mysticism of the feminine spirit and all it's power .
Price.... $19.95
Triple Cresent Moon Triple Crescent Moon

The Triple Crescent Moon comes with a 36" cord and an accent bead.

The triple crescent moon symbolizes the three aspects of a women's life - maiden, mother and crone, as well as the three fates the "weird" (from "wyrd", meaning fate) sisters who control one's birth, life and death.
Price.... $19.95
Amber Necklace Amber Necklace

Amber Resin from the Himalayas is boxed in a beautiful brass charm, and comes on a black necklace cord. The intoxicating aroma is calming, yet helps to balance the body, mind & soul. It's rich, wonderful scent will last for years.
Price.... $25.95
Empowerment, Phases, Garnet
Empowerment pendant with the phases of the moon. Garnet stone centered on the triple moon with solid bail on the reverse side for hanging on necklace. sterling silver Approx 2" long by 5/8" at widest point
Price.... $53.95
Seven Chakra Pendant
Let this silver and quartz pendant`s 7 gemstones lend vital energy to your 7 Chakras. Stones are Amethyst, Iolite, Blue Topaz, Moldavite, Citrine, Orange Zincite and Pink Garnet mounted upon a beautiful Clear Quartz, Rose quartz, or Amethyst point. Our choice. Pendant has silver braid chain around pendant. Approximately 3" long.
Price.... $21.95

All of the following necklaces have lead free pewter pendants.

Triskele Triskele on black satin cord
Ancient symbol of 3-fold nature such as:
* The Celtic Cycle of Life - birth, death, rebirth
* Triple Aspect Goddess
* 3 Realms of Otherworld
* Powers of Earth, Sea, Sky & all the wisdoms held in the sacred triad.
Price.... $15.95
Thors Hammer Thor's Hammer on black satin cord
Traditional simple Norse design for the power of Thor.
Price.... $15.95
Viking Cross Viking Cross on black satin cord
Cross with Wolf's Head for blessing of all Gods.
Price.... $15.95
Triple Moon Pewter Triple Moon, pewter w/chain
Pewter Triple Moon goddess emblem for prosperity and blessings. Pendant is approx. 1" in dia. and comes with a sterling silver 23" box chain.
Price.... $6.95
Wheel of the Year Wheel of the Year, includes silver chain
Price.... $15.95
Knotted Pentacle Knotted Pentacle, includes silver chain
Price.... $14.95
Alecia Cross Alecia Cross, includes silver chain
Price.... $14.95
Woman and Moon Woman & Moon Facing in sterling silver
Price.... $13.95
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