Fairy and Green Man represent
the essential female/male earth energies. Hummingbird's presence of pure joy and beauty conjures love
and opens our heart. Dragonfly is the knower of the Dreamtime and the illusion
of material existence. Butterfly helps us to "flutter" through our transformations
with grace and beauty. The Sun and Moon are Tantric symbols for the union and
balance of opposites (male/female, yin/yang, etc.). Turtle is an ancient
symbol for Mother Earth.
The Fairy Godmother comes to
fulfill all our wishes.
The three Moon phases represent the three stages of the
Goddess -- Maid, Mother, and Crone.
The Kundalini serpent, the seat of cosmic energy, is a
symbol of life and libido. Available with a pentacle, six-pointed star, and the
eight-pointed star of Ishtar/Innana/Venus.
loving and playful spirits of the waters with yin/yang Dolphins, sacred messengers of the Gods
and dynamic blessed symbols of the sea.
Dolphins teach us the sacredness of breath and sound,
creative elements which can help us manifest what we need
and want. Water, the element of Life, is the symbol of creation and
passion. Sea horses are associated with cosmic power, the "sea
dragons". In antiquity, they were escorts of souls to the next life.
The trident is the staff or wand of the Gods, specifically
Neptune. With the addition of the bar at it's bottom, it becomes
"Nirvana", the mystical perception of godliness and truth, or
non-attachment. The planet Neptune is associated with artistic creativity,
secret activities, psychic powers, and universal love.
Demeter, or Ceres,
the Goddess who was mankind's best friend among a capricious
and undependable pantheon, is depicted here with a goblet
and Her abundant gifts. The Moon phases and the Sun were indispensable to the
growing of crops, as was the compassion of the Goddess who grieved as mortals
do at the loss of Her Beloved daughter, Persephone. Wheat, as
fruit of the maternal womb of Earth, symbolizes the fruit of the human body. In Egypt,
growing wheat was a symbol of Osiris resurrected from death. In this regard, it
also symbolizes the resurrected Christ. It is also a symbol for Mother Mary. Wheat
played a central role in the Eleusian Mysteries, sacred secret ceremonies to Demeter, held every
5 years at Her Temple in Eleusis, near Athens.
Cicero writes:"Nothing is higher than these (Eleusian)
The labrys, an
ancient Minoan symbol, superimposed on a classic figure of the Goddess holding two snakes, messengers of the
Mother. The Kundalini serpent, the seat of cosmic energy, is a
symbol of life and libido.
Raven, the guardian
of ceremonial magicand the messenger
that carries healing energies, with pentacle, sword, ram,
and owl-moon. Available with black tourmaline or Lemurian Dream Jade
(reconnects you to your Divine Goddess energy and helps you
dream new states of being). Please e-mail:
email@example.com to place an order
Item # SW 13
& Osiris Crystal Wand
merkaba pendulum is optional
Isis, the Great Enchantress, and Her beloved mate
Osiris, who became Lord of the Dead, enchant us with Their Divine love story.
When Her husband was killed by His younger brother Set,
Isis recovered Osiris' body parts and, through the strength of Her heart ,
used magic to resurrect Him and defend Their son, Horus
(who avenged His Father's murder). As Lord of the Dead,
Osiris is considered the ruler of transformational change through natural
cycles. Isis represents bountiful fertility and personal nurturing,
for all She blesses prospers and grows. This wand may have the following symbols: Ankh - Divine life essence; Isis & Osiris - Divine female/male principle; Scarab - transformation, renewal, rebirth, and resurrection;
Hawk - Eye of Horus - protection & good fortune;
Snake - Divine Life Force; Winged Serpent - union of will with intelligence and compassion;
Winged disc - triumph and mastery (light prevailing over darkness); Vulture - cleansing, transmutation (life from death);
Sphinx - unshakable protective power; and Mummy - Eternal life. Available with Apophyllite (natural zeolite pyramid).
Hathor, the Great Mother of the
World and the Mother of Light, is the harbinger of love and pleasure. Constantly bringing forth new
life, she represents fertility and Motherhood, as well as artistic creativity and
commercial success. She is often represented as a cow, or wearing a crown of cow
horns. See Isis/Osiris wand for other symbology.
Thoth with the Merkaba, Scarab and other symbols. Please e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org to place an order
Item # SW Thoth
Sekhmet EgyptianCrystal Wand
Lion-headed Sekhmet, Her wings spread wide in protection
with the solar disk above Her head symbolizing the World.
It forms the Hieroglyph, "Protector of the World". She caused and could cure illness (such as the bite of the
scorpion--curative or deadly) and as such became the patroness of physicians.
Sekhmet was the daughter of Ra, who used Her destructive powers
to defend universal order. With Cat Star, the sacred animal of Bast, Goddess of love,
beauty, pleasure and sensuality.
Dragon is the powerful being that
reconciles opposing principles. Associated with the powers of Water, or Yin-female principle, it also
represents the masculine active powers of the sky, or Yang. Dragon produces the waters of the primeval beginning or the world egg.
The bringer of good luck , Dragon is also regarded as a guardian.
Furthark Dragon Crystal Wand
Earth/Sea dragon surrounded by the Norse Rune alphabet with Sun, Moon and Pentagram.
Phoenix is a sacred bird, the embodiment of the sun-god,
who is periodically consumed by fire and rises anew from the ashes.
In this regard, the Phoenix is a symbol of resurrection and immortality.
Shown with Dragon, Sun and Moon, Ying/Yang, citrine crystal,
black tourmaline, and quartz pendulum.
Pan, the son of Hermes, was a
lusty, merry God with goat's horns and hoofs.
the forest, bringer of wild magic, He loved the
forest nymphs, and played sweet melodies on His pipes to seduce them
(but was usually rejected for His appearance).
Freya, the Norse Goddess of Love and Beauty, and Her brother Frey
are the twins of the Norse God and Goddess of abundance, Earth and Sky.
They were commonly worshipped as the Lord and Lady of the Vanir, or Old
Gods. They represent bounty, plenty, luck and favor. Riding on a
lioness, Freya frequented the battlefield and claimed Her share of the dead.
goddess Brigit in the three stages of womanhood, Maid, Mother, and Crone. Brigit is the Goddess of life, fire,smith-craft, poetry,
healing and inspiration on every level. See the
Demeter wand for the symbology of wheat.
Lord Buddha sits on a lotus atop an apophyllite. The Sanskrit symbol
Ohm, the original sound vibration, connects us to the Universe.
The kundalini serpent, the base of cosmic energy, is the symbol of life and
the Goddess of Fortune, stands on a lotus surrounded by elephants, the symbol of power, wisdom, peace and happiness.
She is joined by the elephant-headed Lord Ganesh, son of Lord Shiva,
who is the remover of all obstacles. Ohm, the Sanskrit sacred
meditative sound vibration is an eternal expression of the creative energy. With Sun and triple
Goddess Moon, 6-pointed star (union of Heaven and Earth), and peacocks.
Goddess Durga has many aspects--as Great Mother, as Protectress of Earth, as bride of Lord Shiva, and Her awesome form as Kali, who fights demons
and receives human sacrifices. She rides on a tiger.
Also on this wand is Lord Shiva, one of the three principle Hindu Gods
along with Vishnu and Brahma. Shiva is the originator of the cosmic
illusion and the destroyer of the world, playing His drum and dancing the dance of
destruction. He once saved the Earth by allowing celestial water, the Ganges, to
flow on His head. At the bottom of the wand is a Shiva Linga, a sacred stone collected by
priests from the Narmada River in India, a representation of Shiva, Himself.
A detailed description of the Shiva Linga comes with each wand.
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