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Laser engraved glassware One Design per glass Personalisation can be added free of charge. Glasses are etched lightly and best viewed at an angle. Photos have been enhanced Glassware options and designs can be found in photos - this is a guide only and are subject to vary in shape/ size. Drinkware glasses are dishwasher safe.
Bind runes are runes put together to serve a purpose they are burned into a piece of wood. these bind runes are based on the Elder Futhark Norse runic alphabet, but if you need a specific alphabet, don't hesitate to let us know Standard bind rune - $5 Bind rune infused with oils - $8 Bind rune…
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Welcome to Wiccan Key Words Part One! In this series of blog posts we will cover commonly used words in the practice of Wicca and Witchcraft and their meanings. Wiccan Lingo Part One: Balefire: A Balefire is a ritualistic bonfire that represents the God. The Balefire is used in summertime festivals such as Beltane and
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Your look at the ancient writing system and divination tool.
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We're excited to announce the completion of our new Witch's Runes! Our exclusive set of eight rune tiles will be available in the shop at the beginning of August 2018. (Hooray! They're here.) The Eight Witch's Runes are an extremely accurate, concise, and portable oracle. The system has its roots in the early human art of lithomancy, where stones, bones, and wood tiles were shuffled as a method of divination. The Witch's Runes use simple, evocative symbols to provoke a universal response…
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Rune stones are an ancient Norse method of divination. By use of the Elder Futhark alphabet developed in the 4th century, these powerful little nuggets of wisdom were used to predict the future, as sigils of protection, luck, and more. Read on to find out what are the rune meanings and how to use th
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Few can compare with the goddess Freyja. One of the most famous goddesses of Norse mythology, Freyja has appeared in many stories including the Prose Edda and the Poetic Edda, as well as many sagas. She bears many similarities to the Greek goddess Aphrodite and the Roman goddess Venus, and has been known for her...
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