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Naturally-holed stones (called mare stones, hag stones, witch stones, or holey stones) are worn to protect from nightmares, the Mara, to bless holy water, to see spirits, and to aid in hedgecrossing and spirit work as well as protect you while doing so.

Tutorial: DIY RAIN CHAIN from Wire-Wrapped Rock. Rain chains are a beautiful and functional alternative to traditional, closed gutter downspouts. Guiding rain water visibly down chains or cups from the roof to the ground, rain chains transform a plain gutter downspout into a pleasing water feature. From the soft tinkling of individual droplets to the soothing rush of white water, they are a treat to listen to. They are widely used in Japan.

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Holey Stone ~ Hag Stone, Odin Stone

Harness the great energies of protection, divination and magick with a Holey Stone from Inked Goddess Creations. Holey stones, also known as Hag Stones, Faerie Stones, Odin Stones and Witch's Amulets,

The Hedgewitch Cooks Hag Stones Hag stones are traditionally holed stones that are hung in the home to protect the people who live there. They can be found usually on beaches but if you find one in your garden or near where you live this is considered extra lucky

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Palmistry~ Basic quide. Very helpful and handy :)

What is a wishing rock? It's a rock with a single perfectly unbroken stripe all the way around the circumference of the rock. For a rock to qualify as a true wishing rock, there can be no splits, no outrunners, no faint second lines on the rock. Most of us have seen striped rocks, but to find one with just a single perfect line is not easy. Popular lore holds that if you keep a wishing rock in your pocket (or nearby) and make wishes on it, it will help your wishes come true.

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.

Carved Viking King Odin watches all the comings and goings with great attention as to foil the wickedness of some tricky troublemakers.

Many Wiccans believe in a place called the Summerlands. It is a place we go when we die, it is like a waiting room for your spirit to contemplate on your life and a place you can watch over Earth and loved ones. It is a place where we wait to be transformed into other energies in the universe. In Wicca there isn't a wall between life and death it is more of a vial, where we can still contact the spirit of people who have moved into the Summerlands.

Indigo is associated with insight and psychic ability. In healing, you can use indigo for relaxation, reassurance and promoting awareness. It stimulates intuition and imagination, and is a strong sedative. It's the colour of divine knowledge and the higher mind. Indigo is said to be a powerful anaesthetic and can reduce pain.

Feathers are gifts from the spirit world, if you find one pick it up for within lies a message for you. ~Dreamweaver, Mystic Magic, FB