Miscellaneous Mojo

These are the potions and notions that don't fit my other categories.

Four Thieves Vinegar is the only potion concocted from vinegar, and Hot Foot and Graveyard Dirt are powders used very differently from the incenses.

The Mountain Laurel necklaces are also jewelry, but they have their own magickal powers in the wearing.

Future items?

This page is where you might find my REAL Dragon's Blood ink, if I ever get close to the perfect formula. Also I might offer odd items like clothes pegs, railroad spikes, lodestones, magnetic dust, pixie dust, or voodoo dolls, stones and minerals, one-of-a-kind items or small lot things I don't intend to carry after they sell out.

Enjoy these oddities and miscellanities!

$140 unique, one-of-a-kind athame  

Athame Meaning

Meaning is a ritual knife or Athame hand knapped of Mahogany Obsidian by Robert of Red Raven Crafts. It features a Bocote wood handle, also hand-carved and finished, and a hemp cord connection. A beautiful and authoritative magickal tool, Meaning would be an all-purpose Athame to cherish for a lifetime of practice. An imposing overall length of 12 1/2 inches, and the Mahogany Obsidian blade itself is 7 1/2 inches.

The ritual knife or Athame is a one of the most important magickal tools in Wicca and many Celtic and Western Tradition religions and magickal practices. They are used primarily for directing energy, "cutting" out the magickal circle, and performing the symbolic Great Rite. While many Athames are made of steel, the knapped stone and glass blades of Red Raven Crafts are much preferred by those who work with Faery beings, who are traditionally said to abhor ferrous material. Regardless of one's relations with the Fey, however, Red Raven ritual knives are among the finest magical tools any practitioner could employ to their Great Work.

*Special note* There is a tabu against giving knives to other people...unless the intention is to sever the relationship, for example when a High Priestess gives a knife to one of her coven members who is leaving the coven to form another group. Otherwise, the workaround is to demand that the recipient pay some nominal sum (a nickel is traditional) so that the knife is not a gift.

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