Celtic Ogham Set, made and sold by WytchenWood on etsy.
I stumbled upon this gorgeous Ogham set while browsing the magic section of etsy, and knew I had to have them!
Taken from the etsy listening itself. The Oghams
Our oghams are lovingly hand crafted from all of the 20 genuine corresponding British native woods; none of the woods used are substitutions as I don’t believe in using alternatives, all are genuine and collected by ourselves.
The ogham is a Celtic alphabet and divination system that is based on 20 native British trees. It is a system used in much the same way as runes but is less commonly used outside of the British Isles.
Each of the twenty oghams have been individually carved and smoothed, each with its ogham symbol inscribed into it using the technique of pyrography. They are then finished with a generous coat of oil before being polished with our own home-made beeswax polish and placed into their own natural, hand stitched hessian bag.
There is something so magical about this set! I could instantly read with them and have such a connection to them. They are a wonderful new divination method to add to my collection.
According to the dozen panicked messages in my inbox, we need to have a talk about curse removal, a talk that (apparently) can’t wait another day. So, here it is. Where I will discuss different methods to remove, reverse, and break curses that you’ve cast or that have been cast…
This touches my heart so deeply. Thank you to all who serve, and thank you to our military chaplains who serve them.
This deserves more reblogs. Because dammit it just does.
If you’re an ordained Pagan, Wiccan, or other alternative faith minister who is qualified to serve, and live near a military base, you might let them know you’re available clergyperson for service members of alternative faiths. They often don’t have people to serve in these roles who are actually practicing Wiccans or Pagans. Pagan military people still need clergy in times of struggle, illness, and for things like marriage - and they’re often far from home and family. You can also let area hospitals know if you’re willing to come up and perform rites and support for the sick and dying. You do actually have to be a legally qualified clergy member to do this…
Exporting a video for you guys :D Will probably upload it in the morning seeing as how my roomie is playing League of Legends and will bite my head off if I make him lag but either way a new video will be up tomorrow :D
So. I made this. Because I’m sick of people getting the two mixed up and saying the one is bad.
But I’m probably wrong on something or over-simplifying it.
Have a thing.
If it’s wrong, rip it apart or something.
You’re the best. <3
Though, I’m learning that a Pentagram is a five-pointed star whether it has the circle around it or not. Its a Pentacle if you have it as an amulet. Its okay, though. I made the same mistake.
I think it’s equally okay to call it a pentacle - amulet, and a pentacle - encircled pentagram, because the circle has become synonymous with the pentacle, where as pentagram means “five lines” and refers to the star alone.