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Four hand stamped charms depicting “Fire” “Air” “Water” and “Earth”, the four elements sit amongst the following charms:
The candle flame symbolises the light, which is the most highly refined image of the Divine that the human mind can perceive.
Many Witches and pagans wear and use symbols of the Goddess, since She is primary in nature-based religions. The Goddess is the Earth; the Earth is the Goddess. As is the Moon, the Ocean, and the very Cycle of Life. As a nature religion, the Goddess is inextricably interwoven with Wicca.
What witches bracelet would be complete without her little pointy boot??
The Green Man
In Wicca, the Green Man has often been used as a representation of the Horned God.
A cup or wine-type glass of any material is one of the most important altar tools. The chalice is another Wicca symbol for the Great Goddess, the Mother of the Universe. The chalice is likely a modern version of the cauldron. It represents yin ["female"] energy of water.
In Wicca the cauldron is associated with the goddess Cerridwen. Most often a cauldron is made of cast iron and is used to burn loose incense, to make black salt (used in banishing rituals), for mixing herbs, or to burn petitions. Cauldrons on an altar it represents earth because it is a working tool. Our cauldron charm sits on three legs and has a little frog swimming in it.
A Witch On Her Besom
Well, it just had to be on here didn’t it!!!
Our besom charm is crafted with a Pentagram to the top of the bristles. Besoms are the broomsticks traditionally associated with witches. As a tool, the besom is usually thought of as masculine in nature due to its phallic shape and symbolism. However the besom's components are of both masculine and feminine orientation. The ash stave, is masculine in nature while the birch used for the bristles is thought of as feminine in nature. The besom is thought to be involved with fairies.
The Pentacle is the prime energy-containing Wicca symbol. It contains, in essence, the Universe within it. Part of the Pentacle's power of protection relies on the fact that it is drawn with a single unbroken line. This leaves no gateways for unwanted energies to enter, or for Power to dissipate.
A witchcraft symbol of the goddess; it is also symbolic of the journey of life.
A familiar and a symbol steeped in myth and magic surrounding Wicca.
Book of Shadows
One of our own exclusive charms, the Book of Shadows, or grimoire, is a hand-written collection of Wiccan rites and practices that you have collected. Thus your grimoire becomes a record of your magickal work as well as a "recipe book" for future magick. It also becomes a reflection of your journey in the Craft. Our book charm has a Pentagram to the back and text detail to the inner.
An abbreviated version of a blessing called the 5-fold kiss.
This may be the most typical Wicca symbol. But there is a good reason. The Witch's Pointy Hat, like the sorcerer's hat, was created as a pyramid - a shape which is known to raise energy frequencies. This pointed hat, or Apex, was designed to funnel Divine energies into one. Or, at least to suggest that this power was coming from Heaven, in the case of religious leaders. The Witches' Hat supposedly has the power to increase intelligence.
A Crescent Moon with pure Quartz Crystal.
The ritual knife, or athame, is one of the basic Wicca altar tools. Traditionally black-handled, the athame lives in the East, the direction that represents thought, discernment, beginnings, and choice. The knife represents the ability to separate things, to make distinctions. It also symbolises making choices, because for everything you choose, you let go of other options - essentially "killing" them.
A symbol of the circle of nature, life, death and resurrection .
In some traditions of modern Wicca and Paganism, the concept of an animal familiar is incorporated into practice. Our little cat charm wears a Pentacle collar.