Hag Stones: Hag stones are stones that have a naturally occurring hole inside them. These stones are often found along the coastal points, beaches, and streams. These holes occur from the elements beating down upon them over many years, though there are speculations that these mysterious stones may have been formed by a “worm hole”. Hag stones were also known as Witch Stones or Holey Stones.

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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.

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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 .

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Hag stones are stones that have a small hole running all the way through them, where the action of running water has created the hole in the stone. Hag stones are also known as Ephialtes stones, Holy stones, Holey stones, Wish stones. Nightmare stones and Witch Riding stones. Photo: The Hedge Witches Grove

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What a great use for large hag stones

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Using Hagstones

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stones with holes 1, Jos van Wunnik

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holy stones | protection stone | to wash away all evil and negativity | to clear your path

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Witch's Familiar Hag Stones, to Protect from Nightmares, to Bless Holy Water, to See Spirits, and to Protect you While Doing So.

Talismans of Claw, Key, Stone and Bone : Sarah Anne Lawless

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"A small stone with a natural hole through it is thought to be lucky if found unexpectedly! or given to one. It must not be looked for, asked for, or bought." Edward Lovett, 'Magic in Modern London', p. 79

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The magic of Hagstones

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The Legend of the Holey Stone

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my column about holey stones in Pagan Pages

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

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Hagstone Zine (hagstone.tumblr.com)

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

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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.

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Angelo Lomuscio - 'Maratea stones' 2005 Anelli Sasso

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adder stones (aka hag stones, witch stones, serpent's eggs, snake's eggs) are a type of stone, usually glassy, with a naturally occurring hole through it

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Men-an-Tol, Cornwall, England

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