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Hag stone charm - Seven Hag-stones on a Seven Knotted String

Seven Hag-stones on a Seven Knotted String" Powers - protection and good fortune for loved ones

Alien Dungeon: March 2012

Alien Dungeon: March 2012

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Hag Stones, also known as Witch Stones, Fairy Stones, Holy Stones and Eye Stones, are stones with naturally formed holes running clean through them. These holes are usually formed by centuries of wave action. It is this association with running water (which itself is said to negate the effect of evil) that is believed by many people to be the source of the Hag Stone's reputation for guarding their owner against ill-fortune and the Evil Eye.

Hag Stones | The Ways of A Witch

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Angelo Lomuscio - 'Maratea stones' 2005 Anelli Sasso

Through the natural hole in the stone leading into the Standing Stones

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Les images insolites, buzz et drôles de la semaine (36)

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Holes with natural stones from Israel. We also have them on the shores of Lake Winnipeg - in Gimli. Some are crinoids - now fossilized. Other holes were created naturally from inclusions in the rocks. There are many myths surrounding "holey stones" or "Odin Stones" and bring good luck to the finder of the stones.

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Cauldron Craft Oddities: Hag Stone Lore

Cauldron Craft Oddities: Hag Stone Lore

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The Earth Pathways Diary -Sample Pages

A view of the Men-an-Tol.

Men-an-Tol - Nr. Morvah, Cornwall

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Gold Plated Necklace With Holey Hole Fairy Stone Tree Leaves pendant Zen Healing

Ultimate Hag Stone at Rollright Stone Circle

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Known as hag stones, holey stones or witch stones, rocks with a naturally occuring hole in them are said to give humans the ability to peer into the world of Faerie when they close one eye and peer through the hole. They are considered by cultures around the world to be a protective amulet when hung on a cord. The Irish say to have one is lucky; hang from a ribbon in your home if you find one.

Working Stones From left, back row: Large ancient whet-stone, the Troy stone employed within the Cornish Craft to aid the inducing of useful trance states. Mid row: A stroking stone, a Cornish Witch-tool for healing magic and two hag stones. Front row: pre-historic flint cutting/scraping tool and a stone of quartz employed to amplify the serpentine land powers within the working Circle.

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