Magick Wands

My handmade magic wands are made with the utmost care and exacting protocol.

They are respectfully harvested with permission from local trees. Wood is gathered only on the first Wednesday of the New Moon during the active growth season, and the wands are crafted only on Wednesdays during the Waxing Moon.

These are precision instruments and should be treated with care. There is no glue used and the stones are held tight to the wood by dynamic tension of the wire. If you drop your wand and it lands on the top stone, you could bend it loose.

It is okay to get your wand wet, and to polish the silver with polishing cloth, but anointing oils would stain the wood, and salt would tarnish the silver or copper wire. If you are used to consecrating your wands with an oil, I recommend using a tea of lavender, vervain, or a combo of the two herbs, or the smoke of Consecration incense.

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The making of magick wands

The wand. The Magic Wand! People may mock the Broom, misinterpret the Knife or accidentally use the Cauldron as an ashtray, but the Wand, even before Harry Potter, can only be understood as a magical tool.

I make and even sometimes use wands. It is something of a specialty for me, and here I will share my understandings with you. I learned these things by reading them in books, listening to trees, interpreting the growth of vines, and by working directly with the god Mercury.

The Wand is a tool of Air. The Wand is a tool of Fire. Which tradition do you subscribe to? The confusion between the use of knife and wand for fire or air is a problem for many practitioners, especially if their tradition calls the wand an air elemental and they read Tarot cards, which calls the wand a fire element! I made my acquaintance with wands before I did with Tarot, so it was easy for me: Wands are Air. Branches waving in the Wind. Wind, Wand, possibly even cognates. Words and Will Winding through the Wand. Thoughts and ideas directed to make manifest. The teacher's pointing stick, the conductor's wand. Of course, the wood burns! And many other arguments, but my main point must be: the elemental association of fire/air wand/knife is mutable and the practical applications of the tools partake of either or both elements. Nuff said!

Wands are usually made of metal or wood, and often topped and sometimes bottomed with stones. The wood or metal conducts the magical energy, and the stone point is to direct or radiate the energy. If a bottom stone is used, it is to absorb or ground energy in the hand before it is transmitted up into the wand itself. Although the wand is primarily used to transmit energy, words, or will from the practitioner towards the goal to manifested, sometimes the wand can be used to receive or summon energy or deities, and in this case a grounding stone is especially functional, and top stones can be selected to enhance this capacity.

The energy transmitted from a wand can be of two natures: directional or radiating. The type of wood or metal influences the propensity to direct or radiate, but the top stone and the will of the practitioner is more important. Directional energy travels very far and is used primarily for directing will into the universe. Radiant energy is more localized in effect, resembling the glow around a candle flame, and is used primarily for healing (the caduceus) or altering the energetic natures of objects, as in blessing and empowering a crystal ball or talisman.

If you read a magic book it will tell you that you must make your own wand. If you are a good craftsperson, this is probably true. If you are not a craftsperson, this is probably false.

If you follow the instructions from a magic book for making your own wand, there are some things they tell you to do which will hamper or impede the usefulness of your wand. First, many will tell you to be sure to harvest your wand at the proper pruning times of the year, so that you don't hurt the tree. While as an avid environmentalist I agree with not hurting trees, harvesting at any time of the year hurts just a little bit whether you call it pruning or not. For the best energy potential, especially directional energy transmission, harvest your wood during the active growing phase of the tree or bush and the branch you are harvesting. You want to maximize the upward/outward motion in your wand, and that is happening most during the active growing seasons in your area.

Some books will tell you to gather virgin wood, of one year or less growth, but I don't always find this new wood big enough to harvest, nor do I find older wood less conductive. They also say that your wand should be as big around as your middle finger and measure from the tip of your middle finger to your elbow, but I use this as just an old guideline, preferring to harvest the wood at lengths that maximize the transmission of energy (e.g., between joints or taking advantage of knots where energy can be gathered from the hand, etc.).

Wood for wands is harvested during the waxing phase of the moon on Wednesdays. I only harvest on the first Wednesday of the new moon, to maximize that fresh, upwardly oriented energy. Fashioning the wands is done on either the first or second Wednesday. Why Wednesdays? Wednesday is ruled by the planet and god Mercury (Hermes), the messenger god who is a god of the air element. Mercury rules the creation of magical tools in general, and the wand especially, since his symbol is the caduceus, the healing wand. Mercury favors creative disciplines of words and the intelligent and exalted execution of will power, obviously corresponding to the functions of the wand. Because of Mercury's benevolent influence, Wednesdays in the waxing moon have become "Wandsdays" to this wand worker. I recently found corroboration with this tradition in the Key of Solomon, although there is no explanation of the correspondence between wands and Wednesdays.

The ceremony of harvesting is to in some way ask permission from the tree or bush or vine, to in some way cast a circle about the tree, to explain to the tree what your intention is, to knock three times on the branch selected (to advise the tree or deva or hamadryad to vacate said branch), to cut as quickly and cleanly as possible, and to give thanks and some offering. It is traditional to gift the tree with some of your saliva applied to the cut, so as to offer some of your own vital energy in exchange for the wood, and if the tree is especially rare or sacred, a blood offering is appropriate. I also often leave a dime, especially if there are elves or faery presences in the vicinity. Everyone gets a cut!

The magic books will tell you to peel or shave the bark from your wand. Lots of people do this, especially if they want to carve, burn, or paint and polish their wand. I prefer to leave the bark on, because the tissue in a branch which has the most directional energy, the most conductivity, is the phloem and xylem, just under the bark. This is the sugar, nutrient and water transport tissue, and if you peel off the bark of your wand, you have peeled off this very conductive tissue. I also like the wilder look of a wand with the bark still on, and it helps me remember what species of tree I received the wood from.

Once harvested, the wand wood needs to dry out for at least one month before fashioning. During this period I try to not let the wood touch the Earth, so as to preserve the upward energy in the wood and not "ground" it out. I also take care to store it in such a way that I will remember which end of the wood was "up" so I don't make an upside-down wand!

I use only copper or silver wire to attach stones to a wand. I developed this technique in order to avoid using glue. At first this was just an aesthetic choice. Glue just seemed all wrong, it felt tacky, cheap, and like it was cheating, shortcutting. Now I know that the metaphysical properties of glue are also antithesis to the function of the wand. Glue is by its nature unstructured, nondirectional stuff. It is sticky and attaches, all properties you want to avoid in a tool used for directing and releasing organized energy! So I use wire to "cage" my crystals, and coils of wire attach the stones to the wood by dynamic tension alone. Dynamic tension holds and transmits energy while adding to its structure and integrity. Mercury told me so!

Whatever your construction or finishing technique, if you use spirals of wire, or carved or painted spirals to decorate it, and I highly recommend doing so, your spirals should always spiral up in a clockwise direction! Again, at first this was aesthetic; it just seemed right, but just recently I noticed corroboration in nature: vines that spiral almost always spiral up clockwise, and even many trees spiral like this to give themselves spring-like strength and flexibility in their trunks and branches. Counterclockwise is a downward spiral (water going down the drain) and is used for receiving and absorbing. So the clockwise up and out spiral on the wand helps energy flow in either direction. I am writing from the northern hemisphere. My guess is that for wood and wands in the southern hemisphere you would go counterclockwise up, but look to the vines and trees to make sure.

The next discussion needed regards selection of species of wood and stones. There are many good references for this information, like Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Magical Herbs, Melody's Love Is In the Earth, and Cunningham's Encyclopedia of Gems, Mineral and Metals. I use all three of these references, but for native trees not in reference books I must use my own knowledge of their natural and metaphysical properties. For example, while Willow, Mulberry and Ash all grow in my bioregion and are known to be excellent wand woods, Rowan is often mentioned as a favored wood, but it does not grow here. What is the native analog? I have several tests for good wand species. First, fruiting and nut-bearing species are excellent candidates, especially if favored by wildlife for food. These plants have chosen livelihoods of giving to make their way in the world, and they give of their wood and energy freely, without resentment or attachment. In general, denser woods conduct better. In general, species that produce naked seeds or pods without fruits are poor wand woods. This includes almost all legumes and conifers, which actually conduct too much energy to be good wands.

There are of course exceptions to these rules, and the different tree species favor different people, so the final test is what I call energy twiddling. Using your strong hand (right if your are right-handed), point the wand or stick into the palm of your receiving hand, and twiddle the wand tip at the center of your palm, about two inches away. There is a very sensitive energy organ right in the center of your palm which transmits and receives energy, and if your wand works well, you will feel a tingling or tickling sensation coming from the wand tip. Practice this one - it has many non-wand applications.

Copper (and silver, if you can afford it) are also often used for wands. I like to use copper tubing, in which case I sand the copper to resemble wood grains, stroking from bottom to top either straight or spiraling upwards.

The bottomstone (which I consider an optional feature) of a wand absorbs energy and will from the practitioner before it is passed into the wood or copper. In general, darker stones are best for this. Avoid metallic stones which gather but do not release energy readily, such as hematite. I find that bloodstone, black glass, obsidian, onyx, or brown jaspers are good bottomstones. Sedimentary stones like sandstone or limestone mute energy and are poor choices for bottomstones or topstones.

Topstones gather and organize energy before directing or radiating it into the environment. Many people use natural quartz crystals, but I usually use tumbled polished stones. Glass (or natural glasses like obsidian) must be cut, have broken edges, or be knapped into shape or it can only radiate gently. In general, natural crystals or faceted cut chipped stones, clear or translucent stones or those with striations or chatoyancy or cat's-eye or tiger's-eye patterns direct well, and rounded, tumbled, opaque, blue, green or iridescent stones radiate, but these properties can usually be modulated by the will of the practitioner.

Here is a great way of choosing ready-made wands or the materials for constructing them: Sheer aesthetic! Does it look cool, go with the clothes you wear or match the color you dye your hair? I highly recommend this technique. Magical properties are strongly corroborated to beauty and aesthetics, and if you dye your hair red or bleach it blond, or wear blue all the time, there is a magical power that you are choosing for a reason whether you know it or not.

For consecration of a wand I recommend against using the Earth or Water elements, and in favor of any ritual that reinforces the upward, outward and spiraling directions. Do it on a Wednesday in the waxing moon, preferably just before the full moon. It is helpful to use a gravitational body, as in the sun or moon, to help draw energy up and out, through you and your wand as a part of your consecration, which is your first use of your wand. Be well grounded and allow the energy to be pulled up from the center of the Earth, move through your body, spiral clockwise up through and around you wand, and pausing momentarily in the topstone, then releasing upward, being drawn out naturally.

As you perform this potentiating ritual, you can say, "An it harm none, may this Wand well work my Will. So mote it be." From here on out this would be the binding and enabling command for your wand.

The more energy you run through your wand, the clearer it stays, and the more energy it can run. A wand that has been resting for a while can always benefit from a potentiation "tune-up" before being applied to a magical task.

May Mercury bless and guide you, your wand, your words, your will and your way.
Aralt. Aralt is a big-n-tall kind of wand! The natural Lemurian Quartz crystal itself is 2 3/4 long, and attached with heavy gauge silver wire to a stout Hackberry branch. Hackberry is a very dense conductive wood that is up for the power of this crystal. An all-purpose wand with lots of stage presence, this would be a good choice for a large person, and for leading public rituals. 18 1/2 inches long

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Copper Wand. I have been making these very affordable copper wands for quite some time, but they are so hard to photograph. This photo shows them well enough for this website.

Ritually crafted on Wednesdays in the waxing moon just like my other wands, these are constructed of copper tubing, copper wire, and Swarovski glass crystal beads. The tubing is sanded in an upward motion to give an upward and outward directional energy to the wand. When I am sanding them, I can actually tangibly feel the static-like electricity. The tension in the wire core hold the beads tightly, and keeps the energy flowing and available.

I use different colors of Swarovski crystal, so you will need to tell me what color(s) you want. Give me a few choices in a note on your order because I can't have all of them on hand at all times. From the top to bottom in this photo I have: Clear AB (aurora Borealis finish), Amethyst, Rose, Light Sapphire, Clear AB, dark Siam Red, Violet, light Siam Red, White Opal, Amethyst, Peridot, light Rose, Light Sapphire, and Rose.

I send you your wand freshly polished, but they will patina to copper green if you don't ever polish your wand. The patina has no affect on the functionality of the wand. It is simply your aesthetic choice.  
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Cymbaline. Cymbaline was constructed under ideal circumstances for a Lunar wand - just before the peak of the Full Moon in Cancer on Wednesday. A beautiful and rare tumbles Cymophane stone is mounted on a silvery white Green Ash branch. Also known as Cat’s Eye or Hawk’s Eye, this stone is used magickally for protection, luck, and for seer’s powers. Heavy gauge silver wire and sturdy construction make this a wand especially fit for outdoor Moon magick and any all-purpose work the Magician applies. The large size and brightness also lend it to priestess presence in group ceremonies. The chatoyancy of this mineral gives it a great deal more directional energy than most Moon minerals.

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Dryad Noir. Dryad Noir features a tumbled Labradorite stone which has huge flash on two sides! A very dark purple brown Cherry Laurel branch adds to the noir effect. Copper wire contrasts nicely with the stone. 16 3/4 inches long   $49 unique one-of-a-kind wand  
Lindsee. Lindsee is another in the like of Moon Magick wands with Willow, Silver and a Rainbow Moonstone that has a lot of flash on one side. (Visible to the wand wielder holding it in their right hand; a leftie would show the flash to onlookers.) These wands do not enjoy the day or sun exposure, but revel in the light of the Moon. 15 3/4 inches long.

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Lytra. Lytra is a long slender Yaupon Holly branch with a very bright Apopyllite top stone. The Holly has nice mottled grey-greens, silvers and grey patches, giving a very clean, very pro aspect. Silver wire shows off the clarity of the Apophyllite stone very well. 21 3/4 inches long.

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Rhodio Queene. Rhodio Queene features a Rhodolite tumbled stone fixed securely to a silvery-reddish American Elm wand stem. Rhodolite is a vaiety of Garnet, and shares the same properties: passion, energy, romance, business sense and self-confidence. While this specimen is far from a gem-grade Garnet, the tiny cracks and fissures all trend upward and outward, to help with the directional energy of this wand. They also sparkle with silver light in addition to the ruby colors, so it harmonizes with the silver wire and the silver highlights of the Elm branch. 15 1/2 inches long.

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Sirine. Long and graceful, Sirine features a very clear cut natural (not baked Amethyst) Citrine crystal. The branch is a slender Texas Oak with nice silver and grey mottling. Since it is so long and slim, Sirine is more for daytime, indoor or out-in-the-open work, not night time in the woods, although it does seem to have a good amount of wild energy to it. Silver wire allows the light beer/golden shade to express while accenting the silvers in the branch. 18 1/8 inches long

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Torchlight. Torchlight is a long and graceful Pomegranate and Golden Apatite crystal wand.Most Apatite stones are a dreamy outer-space dark blue, but occasionally you find this Golden Apatite variety which seems to have a light coming from within. This crystal is nearly perfectly pointed with just barely noticeable chips off the edges. The internal fractures in the stone only highlight and reflect light, giving a brightening effect. It is easy to see why this stone is used to heighten mental clarity and to develop one's True Will. I have secured it to a long Pomegranate stem with silver wire. There is a knot/healed wound at the bottom of the stem which I have aligned to "dock" exactly to the palm chakra in your hand when you hold the wand naturally. Pomegranate itself is sacred to Persephone, and so this wand could be a guiding light for any time the Practitioner must find their way in the darkness.

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Walking Stick. A lovely tumbled Emerald with great green color saturation tops a spiny Mexican Plum branch. No doubt about it, Emeralds are pricey, but I think this one, a full 1/2 inch long, makes this wand a worthy tool. There is a lot of Fae, Dryad and Greenwich energy is this unique wand. Because the spines are delicate, care should be taken in transport, outdoor and group use. While many wands are meant to be held, and you could certainly use this creature in this way, I would also just set Walking Stick on the ground, table, or in a tree, and follow it wherever it might take me in the spirit realms.

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Aeclectic. Small enough to pack into your Tarot box, this wand is an homage to the brilliant Aeclectic Tarot website. Since Apatite is often used for clarity of purpose, to help with psychic and spiritual attainment and to open up communication, Aeclectic may actually become a Tarot reader’s favorite wand! Spicewood only enhances the spiritual aspects of this tiny but powerful wand. 6 7/8 inches long

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Aelite. Aelite is a wand with a very special natural Apatite crystal. Green Ash, and copper wire hold this very Aery stone closer to the Earth. I often use Apatite as an Interstellar magick stone, but this crystal sources its energy from our own upper atmosphere. Aelite would be well wielded for lofty goals, spiritual aspirations, and purification and healing on a divine scale. 15 inches long.
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Alliant. A very handsome egg shaped faceted Quartz crystal tops a sturdy Texas Oak and is bound by heavy gauge silver. A more standard-issue all-purpose wand could hardly be designed. The very sturdy construction and reasonable length make Alliant a good choice for active, outdoor work or traveling. Although most Quartz crystal wands are almost all directional energy, this one has a good amount of radiant energy as well, possibly just as a result of the way it was cut. This makes it equally useful for sending intention, casting circle, and healing or blessing people, pets or objects.
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Angel of the Blue Moon. Angel of the Blue Moon was made on the Wednesday August 29th, 2012, the day before the Blue Moon. A dreamy baby blue Angelite stone is held aloft by a stately, long Green Ash stem. Sterling silver wire reflects the Moon attributes. Angelite, as one might expect, is regarded for helping access Angelic guides and higher states of consciousness. It is naturally very gentle and serene. This stone has a radiant rather than directional energy. 21 1/8 inches long.
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Apatine. Apatine is a very special wand with a natural Apatite crystal, Green Ash, and silver wire. I often use Apatite as an Interstellar magick stone, but this particular crystal seems to source its energy from our own upper atmosphere. Apatine is a wand for lofty goals, spiritual aspirations, and purification and healing on a divine scale. 10 1/2 inches.

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Apex. A Willow branch arches gracefully to the apex of this wand, a very sparkling ice-clear natural Quartz crystal. I believe it it a Diamantina Quartz from Brazil. This elegant wand will be an all-purpose tool for any intention. 16" long.

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Apophylla. I was really surprised to find a few absolutely perfect Apophyllite crystals in
Nature's Treasures. Shaped like a four-sided church steeple, they glow with a powerful, gentle bluish light. In this case I have mounted the Apophyllite to a silver-purple Mexican Plum branch. This is a very special, elegant wand that would be all-purpose, and suitable for a beginner or High Priestess. 17 1/8 inches

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Artemina. This very feminine wand is made of Willow and topped with a beautiful shimmering tumbled Moonstone. As you can see, it is too luminescent to photograph easily! Silver wire adds to the Lunar mystique. Artemina would be a night-time Moon magick wand, shy of direct sunlight. Other than that, it could be an all-purpose wand with a specialty in divination and sacred Mysteries. 16 inches long.
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Artemista. For Moon Magick workers, this classic combo of Moonstone, Silver and Willow is a must-have wand. Built extra sturdy for outdoor Full Moon rituals and magick, Artemista is definitely a lover of the night and best observed in Moon light! 14 7/8 inches

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Artisan. The beautiful Ruby in Zoisite crystal seems to lend itself to artistic endeavors and creative, colorful visioning. This wand could be used to any purpose, but it could specialize in bringing inspiration, creative approaches, birthing beauty and art into the world. Any artist or devotee of Iris of the Rainbow would fing working with this Green Ash wand to be a great pleasure. 17 1/4" long.

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Aventurer. Aventurine stone is so compatible with Live Oak, perhaps because of the Oak leaf green color. The Copper wire of this wand will eventually patina to a harmonious green as well. This is a very outdoorsy wand suitable for Celtic/Druidic paths and Nature magick. 7 7/8 inches long. $47   $47 unique one-of-a-kind wand  
Berring. Berring is a very unusual wand constructed of American Elm. I found just a couple of these natural Emerald crystals which seemed to ask for wand magick. Emerald crystals are long hexagonal rods with no real point, so the tip is a jagged rough break in this very sea-green Emerald chunk. Copper wire goes so well with this mineral and also contrasts with the purplish cast of the Elm. Usually I saw the wood of my wands to give sections free of blemishes and irregularities that might impede the flow of energy, but in this case the swelling at base very much wanted to be a part of the magick of this strangely beautiful wand. 18 1/3
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Bestow. I have long wanted to create a wand of Tangerine Quartz, because it is such a lovely color. The fruitful giving nature of the Mulberry, and its orangey cast, seemed a perfect compliment to the citrus tones. A thick, sturdy Copper wiring harmonizes with these abundant Autumn colors. Tangerine Quartz is used for happiness, root chakra balancing, and creativity. 16 inches long.   $53 unique one-of-a-kind wand  
Beyonder. Beyonder is a cute little wand that is surprisingly adept! Diminutive but handy, this is another wand of the new Flying Woods, in this case a Willow not rooted in the Earth, but into the stump of an ancient Cypress tree. This gives the wand wood a much more active Air elemental principle, since the energy is not grounded by contact with Earth.

To accentuate the upward motion, a deep Sky-blue tumbled Apatite crystal is caged to the Willow wand. Copper wire coordinates with the red of the Willow, and contrasts with the blue-green of the Apatite. Apatite is one of the few blue stones that has strongly directional energy (as opposed to the radiant energy of most blue stones) and it also has associations with sky and space, and stellar beings and intelligences.

At only 9 inches long, this wand would be easy to pack for travels, whether terrestrial or astral.
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Blue Genie. This wand was made on the Wednesday, August 29th just prior to a rare Blue Moon. A tumbled Apatite stone is cased in Silver wire atop a wand of Flying Willow. This is another wand of the new Flying Woods, in this case a Willow not rooted in the Earth, but into the stump of an ancient Cypress tree. This gives the wand wood a much more active Air elemental principle, since the energy is not grounded by contact with Earth. Apatite itself has a very Aery and cosmic energy. All the better to summon your flying carpet! 7 inches long.


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Cardinal. Cardinal is long, slender and very straight. The red of the Red Tiger's Eye stone harmonizes well with the reddish Hackberry wood and copper wire. Red Tiger's Eye is a very passionate stone that is said to work well for high-energy people. The Hackberry and the stone combine to make this wand a potential for very high voltage ritual. Of course, a red-head would look very stylin' wielding this wand! 18 13/4" long.
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Clarity. A Live Oak wand is topped here with a natural Citrine crystal. Most citrine on the market is baked Amethyst, which turns the stone from purple to orange-golden. True natural Citrine is a mellower creamy/beer color. This one also has rays of Amphibole radiating out from the tip. This should give it radiant in additional to the strong directional energy of Citrine. This wand would be excellent for any type of purification work, as well as being a good all-purpose tool. At a tidy 10 1/2 inches, it is easy to pack for travel.

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Conductor. This Live Oak branch is very heavy and dense wood. This wand is weighty and ponderous! A lovely faceted egg shaped Quartz crystal make this a very potent and all-purpose wand, and its size and weight give it a commanding presence that will not go unnoticed even in large group rituals. This is a High Priestess wand which would serve well to conduct complex rituals for numerous participants, as a conductor might use their baton to coordinate the music of a symphony. 22 5/8 inches long.


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Desiree. What a sweet wand this is! Perfect for love magick and hand fastings, Desiree should be a wand for special occasions, and it would be a perfect gift for a priestess who does public ceremonies. Straight, long, and graceful, Desiree would be visible to anyone attending a wedding. Rose quartz and Peach wood bound with silver make this wand excellent for any magick of love, family, and blessing. 18 1/2 inches.

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Determin. This wand has some determination! A thick, stout and heavy Carolina Buckthorn branch is coiled with copper and topped with a chunky top stone of Dumortierite. This stone is new to me, but it is said to help with patience, organization, and sticking up for oneself without being stubborn. 13 1/2 inches.

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Director. Director is a very basic and all-purpose wand. Very straight and proper, I would not expect any surprises from this one! Director would be a perfect first wand or it would be a good pick for someone whose energy is less organized. It is very sturdy and would work well for a traveling wand, and for outdoor work. 13 inches.


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Druidic. Finally! A Live Oak wand! Most live Oak branches are too irregular and gnarly (but not gnarly in the right way) for my wands. This tree planted itself in my front yard, and began to grow very fast, so it was able to offer this smooth, silvered branch. Aventurine and Oak of any sort have a very Celtic/Druidic feeling, so I can really see a follower of the Druidic paths choosing this wand. At
9 3/4 inches, it would travel well, and the stout, sturdy construction makes this an ideal outdoor wand. The Copper wire contrasts harmoniously with the deep green of the stone and the silvers of the branch.

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Elucidation. A golden green Pomegranate wand with a natural Golden Apatite crystal which has a glow that seems to come from within. I really find Apatite appealing, especially for wands, but I had never encountered the golden form before. It feels very strong, and seems like it would be good for protection, defense against the dark arts, as well as having all the powers to be an all-purpose wand. A generous size of 17 1/2 inches

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Elvish. Elvish is a tiny wand with a clear Peridot tip on a reddish brown American Elm wand wood. The copper contrast and harmonizes both. Although very wild, this wand has a direct and disciplined feel. I can see it in the hands of any GreenWitch. This could be an all-purpose wand or one that would be used for connecting with the intelligences of sacred places, Genius locii, and place spirits.

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Eris. . A large, three sided Lemurian Quartz crystal is the top to this Mulberry wand. A friend of mine spontaneously misquoted from Principia Discordia when he saw this wand, so it is named in honor of the beloved goddess of chaos and discord. It certainly lookes like that pointed stick your mother warned you about! Copper wire will patina to green, and should contract nicely with the reddish tan wood. 20 3/8" long.

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Esmerelda. Esmerelda is a spunky spiky wand of real raw Emerald and Mexican plum with the spikes left on. These spikes are the flower spurs which hold the potential for next year's fruit. While it is not the most practical of wands, and not lending itself to travel, you would be able to find a way to hold it comfortably between the spikes. And an Emerald is a powerful crystal which would lend itself to many applications. 10 1/8 inches long

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Fetch. Fetch is a ready and able little wand that will be up for travel and adventure. A Red Tiger's Eye stone energizes a willing Willow stem. At 8 1/2 inches long, this is a lot of firey power in a small versatile tool.
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Fire Dancer. I love these natural Tangerine Quartz crystals! They really add a nice color to my quiver of Wands. I expect that the bright orange color adds quite a bit more Fire energy to the crystal, but since it is Quartz, this would also be a good all-purpose wand. The wood is a nice branch of Pomegranate with blended green and orange bark. A heavy gauge copper wrap makes Fire Dancer a very sturdy wand, a good choice for night time and outdoor rituals and workings. 13 5/8 inches
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Flow. This is a mighty and impressive wand. The top crystal is a natural octahedral Fluorite which is part aqua green and part amethyst purple, and is quite large! The thick snaking Honeysuckle vine wood gives an eye rhyme flow to the Fluorite. Heavy guage Silver wire winds the two together, a very sturdy construction. While it is strong enough for outdoor work (and seems to be asking to be taken to the beach) consider it's large size and three-dimensional nature when considering packing it to go. 26" long.

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Fluorine. An unusual natural pyramid-shaped clear Violet colored Fluorite crystal is paired with Mulberry and wrapped with Silver wire to create this stout, sturdy and authoritative wand. Both Fluorite and Mulberry are correspondent to Mercury, so this would be an excellent Ceremonial Magick wand or favorite tool of the Hermetic Practitioner. Sturdy enough for outdoor use, but the crystal is a hydrite, softer and more easily chipped than the 8 sided crystals. If you chip it, it will not decrease the powers of the wand.

15 inches

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Forte. What is your magickal forte? Whatever it is, you could advance any skill with this powerful and sturdy wand! This one really communicates authority, and would be excellent for outdoor and public rituals because of its dramatic presence. The wood is a stout length of Green Ash, and the top stone is a Brazilian Quartz cut into a tetrahedron, representing the Platonic Solid that translates the Element of Fire. Ash is sacred to the Norse gods as representative of Yggdrasil, the World Tree, which connects all worlds, and past present and future. Ash is also held in high regard by the Druids and practitioners of Celtic magick. Forte would be a good one-and-only wand for all purposes. Or, you might just want it because it's a BIG POINTY STICK! 17 inches long   $75  
Freethinker. Apatite is a cerebral, otherworldly stone, but it is not a stone of illusion. It is very clear minded, and Freethinker would be a wand for a clear minded person, or someone who seeks mental and intellectual clarity. Cherry Laurel wood gives both wild nature and fruit-giving qualities to this wand. Heavy gauge Copper wire makes this smaller scale wand up for travel, outdoor work and introspection. When I trace a circle with this wand it seems to open up portals for astral travel or space exploration, but it would not be a good choice for group rituals or casting circle. (Unless all parties are voluntarily stepping into Astral together.) Bon Voyage!

15 inches

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Freya’s Dawn. This Yaupon Holly wand with its bright Prehnite stone seems to carry the serene grace of an early Winter’s morning. It has a freshness and joy which radiates Like Freya’s bright aspects. Heavy-duty silver wire makes this grace also very durable. 14 1/2 inches.

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Garnetine. Garnetine has a deep dark tumbled Garnet stone for it point, and a dark-purple black American Elm for its branch. It is altogether stately, regal, and solemn in appearance, and it is quite weighty or its size, since both the wood and stone are heavy. Someone with a passion for the richness of Garnet will love this wand. 14 1/4 inches.

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Glee. I have wanted to make a Prehnite wand for so long! I love this pale green stone that seems to glow from the inside out! It is very bright and cheerful, I can see this wand bringing joy wherever it went. It is cool and fresh and cleansing in feel, and it would make an excellent wand for healing, or for clearing and blessing homes, babies, spaces, etc. This wand has a very bright and large aura for its size. Glee is compact enough to be packed into a magick bag to do house calls. Silver wire firmly holds the stone to the Texas Oak wand wood. 12 5/8 inches.   $50 prehnite, TX oak, 12 5/8 inches  
Glow. Usually it is difficult to catch the "flash" of Rainbow Moonstone, but with this lovely stone, nearly 1/2 of a side glows with flash! Made just before the Full Moon, this Willow wand with Silver wire is a very Lunar power wand. Very pretty, slender and graceful, this is a very Feminine wand. 17 1/4 inches   $55 unique one-of-a-kind wand  
Green Torch. Any Pomegranate wand is going to resonate with Persephone to a large degree. This one brings a bright green Calcite crystal, as if to light the barren underworld with the light of her Springtime joy. The Copper wire will harmonize with both the orange cast of the Pomegranate, and the greenish streaks as well, so feel free to let the wire patina to a verdigris, or keep it brightly polished. 15 3/4 inches.

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Guardian. With a tumbled Smoky Quartz topstone and Carolina Buckthorn wand stem, Guardian is perfect for protective and defensive magick. This wand seems to tap into the nature of the Watchtowers, so it would be a good choice for calling the Quarters. For an overly sensitive practitioner, or anyone finding cause to be treading unhallowed or haunted grounds, this wand could help defer untoward spirits. If you are not a sensitive, the use of this wand will probably (for better or worse) block any paranormal perception. For anyone doing Dragon duty or holding the Gates to ritual or sacred space, Guardian would be willing to secure a safe space.

16 inches

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Helga. I had never seen this kind of crystal before but with a name like Witches Finger Quartz, I knew it would be a great wand! This is a type of natural Quartz that has mica and rutile inclusions, and what looks like tiny pyrite crystals to me. I gave it to a twisty Buckthorn branch to match the witchiness! Silver wire coordinates with the silver/grey/metallic highlights of the crystal and the branch. 12 ½ inches long

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Her Majesty. This wand is dedicated to Cleopatra and her reigning goddess Isis. A generously proportioned obelisk of Lapis Lazuli is attached with heavy-gauge silver wire to a very stout Green Ash branch. Lapis Lazuli is rarely used as a wand stone, so this one may be more for devotion to Isis than spell-casting. Used as a scepter, it would definitely communicate the royalty of the Queen who wields it. 16 3/4 inches.

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Highlight. Apopyllite is such a sparkling, clear crystal; it is thought to bring about clarity and light to a situation, to connect with Higher Power and Angels. Highlight is a very long wand of Mulberry, and its compelling presence would be good for large group rituals. It seems to leave tracers when I twirl it around; I believe it would be an excellent wand to cast Circle with, or to draw circles of blessing and protection around people or objects. This Apophyllite is unusually tall, with high sides, giving it a castle or churchlike appearance. One edge of these walls has a blemish, but I have constructed the wand so that when held naturally, the blemish is on the underside. Heavy gauge Silver wire and the stoutness of the Mulberry branch make it very durable as well. Highlight is an all-purpose top-notch wand!

23 15/16th inches

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HyperSense. Most wandsmiths would not use many dark crystals for a wand, but Hypersthene would be a significant difference. This stone has planes on the X, Y, and Z axes, so HyperSense should be a powerful wand for working on All Planes, Dimensions, and into the MultiVerse. A Practitioner who loves science fiction will especially enjoy the deep space resonances of this wand. A dark purplish black Laurel Cherry branch is a strong enough conductive to handle the Light in the Darkness of the top stone, and Copper contrasts pleasingly with the black, blue, purple and red highlights of the Hypersthene. 17 5/8 inches long

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HyperSpace. Most wandsmiths would not use many dark crystals for a wand, but Hypersthene would be a significant difference. This stone has planes on the X, Y, and Z axes, so HyperSpace should be a powerful wand for working on All Planes, Dimensions, and into the MultiVerse. A Practitioner who loves science fiction will especially enjoy the deep space resonances of this wand. American Elm is a strong enough conductive to handle the Light in the Darkness of the top stone, and Copper contrasts pleasingly with the black, blue, purple and red highlights of the Hypersthene. 16 inches.

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IllumiNation. IllumiNation has a very unique natural Citrine crystal with streaks of Amphibole radiating upward and outward towards the tip. This should give the wielder of this wand extra radiant energy as well as the usual directional energy of Citrine. A long, slender branch of Pomegranate makes IllumiNation a wand of impressive size, suitable for large gatherings and group or public rituals.
20 3/8

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Indickate. Indickate is a standard-issue wand. A natural Quartz crystal is firmly bound to a Peach wood wand with strong copper wire. It is sturdy of construction and would work well outdoors and in. You would not need any other wand if you had this one, and a very good choice for a beginning practitioner's first wand. 15 1/2 inches.   $49 quartz, peach wood, 15 1/2 inches.   Jagua. Jagua is a wand made of a spiny Mexican Plum branch topped with a flashy tumbled Labradorite stone. The spines (none where you hold it) get increasingly long towards the top stone! This gives a very cat-like energy, so this wand is dedicated to the mysterious Jaguar. It is a very stylishly punky wand, but face it, the spines make it not very practical for much travel. It has a very nocturnal feel, so be careful if you are swinging it around in the dark! 17 1/2 inches long.
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Labradorie. This tiny wand has a lot of spunk! The Labradorite stone has bright blue-green flash in three places. The darkness of the Laurel Cherry branch gives more brightness to the stone, and Copper wire contrasts nicely. Small but sturdy, this wand would pack for travel very well. I encourage you to experiment with Labradorie! 9 7/8 inches long

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Lemuriandine. High clarity Lemurian quartz empowers this Willow branch wand. Medium gauge Copper wire make this classic, all-purpose wand as affordable as it is useful. 14 15/16th inches long

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Limpia. Green Ash gives a Water element to the Air element of this natural Fluorite crystal of the most beautifully serene springwater blue-green. It seems like this wand would be especially good for healing and purification workings. Fluorite is ruled by Mercury, the god of magick, healing, and wand work in general, so this would bring the powers of Mercury to your practice. 18 1/2 inches
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Lunaria. Lunaria packs a big Moon magick in a tidy little wand! The brightest tumbled Moonstone, atop a Willow branch, joined with Silver wire and completed just minutes before the peak of the Full Moon during Cancer. While it has a slender and delicate appearance, the construction is very sturdy, so feel free to take this wand out at night for Moon revelries. 13 3/4 inches long

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Lunicorn. This Wand is topped with a lovely Rainbow Moonstone, although the flash (a brilliant blue) is almost all on the face of the stone that is attached to the Flying Willow wand wood. Flying wood is harvested from a tree that is not rooted in the Earth. In this case, the wood is from a Willow growing out of the stump of an ancient Cypress tree. Flying wood is thought to have much more of the element of Air, and this dainty wand is no exception.

13 inches

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Luz Adept. This Hackberry wood wand is agile and bright with a very luminous tumbled Citrine stone. This is an all-purpose wand that would be the only one you ever need. It's special powers would be illumination and Defense against the Dark Arts. Citrine never needs cleansing, and this wand would be an excellent to to purify and cleanse other magickal tools or objects that have had their energies fouled. 15" long.

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Mage Eldar. It is difficult to photograph this Nuumite crystal which tops Mage Eldar. It is dark and starry, with red streaks and dark blue chatoyant streaks threading through the midnight black and blue. Nuumite is one of the most ancient stones on Earth and comes from Iceland. It seems very stellar, deep space, ancient and mysterious. In spite of the fact that it is a tumbled stone, it seems powerfully directional in energy flow, and quite bright in spite of its dark colors. A very stout, curved Live Oak branch is one of the only woods strong enough for its energy. Very heavy gauge silver wire gives it strong construction. 14 inches long.
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Matchstick. Matchstick is a cute little wand that is surprisingly adept! Stubby but very active, this is a new type of wand wood I am adding to the quiver, Carolina Buckthorn. Native to the east-central part of the southern states, this is America's version for the European Alder Buckthorn, which is used in magick for defense against the Dark Arts, driving away any malevolent influences, enchantments, sorceries, etc. It is also commonly used for general luck and to help with legal matters.

Matchstick also features the most intriguing Red Tiger's Eye for its top stone. The Tigers Eye threads twist and turn up from the base like a little flame, and where they flicker to a point at the top of the stone, it is into a milky clear Quartz tip. It seemed like such a fiery dance, hence an association to the power of the fire elementals, the Djinn. In spite of its fiery nature, or perhaps because of it, Red Tigers Eye is used for anger management, and to modulate the energy of someone who struggles to control their fiery energies and emotions.

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Mesmer. Mesmer is a quite long wand that would be impressive in public ceremonies. Both Mulberry and Fluorite crystal are strongly corresponded to the planet Mercury and the god Hermes. Mesmer would lend itself well to the practice of a Ceremonial or Hermetc magician. The crystal is an enchanting cloudy blue/green color, contrasting with the rusty tan of the long, straight Mulberry branch. 21 7/8 inches.   $57 fluorite crystal, mulberry, 21 7/8 inches   Mesmer Elda. A long lovely wand, Mesmer Elda is constructed of natural Quartz crystal attached to a slightly curving Peach wood branch. The copper wire seems to go with the sweetness of the faint smell of the wood. This is a very feminine wand, and in spite of it's impressive length, it would be an excellent all-purpose or beginner's wand. 29 inches long.

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MoldaVitae. Moldavite is a gemstone that was formed by a huge meteorite impact which splashed a bunch of Terrestrial soil up into space. The reentry burned off all the carbonaceous material, leaving just the silicaceous (glass) to fall back to Earth. While most tektites like this are black, Moldavite, found in the Moldau region of Czechoslovakia, is a beautiful glassy green. The pitting of the stone is a natural surface, caused by the bubbling of the molten glass. I was lucky enough to find a specimen that was shaped appropriately for wand construction. The spicy electric energy of this slender, gently twisting Spicewood branch seemed to be the only wood qualified to harmonize with the cosmic event crystallized into this gemstone. 16 7/8 inches long.
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Moon Dancer. Moon Dancer is a graceful, willowy wand of Moonstone, Willow, and silver wire. If you are a Full Moon type of witch, this would be your wand! Moonstone is a radiant, glowing stone, but Moon Magick has its own pathways that can be remarkably rapid if not direct, working on the intuitive rather than calculating intellects. This particular Moonstone seems to have an Animal cunning about it, with Fox, Hare, Hart included, maybe others that you will see.
15 1/4 inches.

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Moon Walker. Willow and Moonstone are a very popular combo for my wands and it is hard to keep them in stock. Where most of this type are quite feminine, this large wand with its phallic shape have brought some masculine energy to the Moon magick! Moon Walker is a very strong and sturdy wand, big enough to be noticed in large groups even at night. The Moonstone is tumbled and has two very bright sides of flash. 21 1/2 inches long
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Moonsong. Willow and Moonstone is an ever popular combination that I have a hard time keeping in stock! This is a stout wand which will travel well and would love outdoor workings under the Full Moon. 8 5/8 inches.
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Moonwise. Moonwise is one of the classic Lunar formula magick wands: Moonstone, Willow and Silver wire. All purpose except for a shyness in the daytime, Moonrise is a perfect choice for anyone who prefers to do their magick at night, especially under the Full Moon. There are gentle streaks of peach and red in this Moonstone, and the Willow branch itself is reddish, so it would look very good in the hands of a redhead or strawberry blond. 13 1/2 inches long

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Nikxsei. Graceful, slender, and a bit mysterious, this wand has a very dark Blue Tiger's Eye stone and a brownish purple American Elm branch. The copper wire gives it a warm and very active energy. Although it is slender, it is very sturdy and seems to want to be taken outdoors at night. The name relates it to the spirits of creeks and fresh waters. I would consecrate it in clean running water in a green and secret place. 17 1/2 inches.

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Nobless. This is another wand made of these perfect little steeple-shaped Apophyllite crystals. Clear and pure, gentle in its power, this is and excellent all purpose wand that would travel well. If you want just one wand for all uses, this one would be a great choice. 11 1/4 inches.

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Northern Brights. Although the native Yaupon Holly is a native of my Southern climes, I still feel in this species the chill associated with the standard Holly tree. The silvery branches with white blotches are especially compatible with tumbled green Aventurine. Any practitioner devoted to Freya would find this wand suited to their purposes. 13 1/4 inches long.

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Nuuminous. It is difficult to photograph this Nuumite crystal which tops Nuuninous. It is dark and starry, with red streaks and dark blue chatoyant streaks threading through the midnight black and blue. Nuumite is one of the most ancient stones on Earth and comes from Iceland. It seems very stellar, deep space, ancient and mysterious. In spite of the fact that it is a tumbled stone, it seems powerfully directional in energy flow, and quite bright in spite of its dark colors. A very sturdy Hackberry branch seemed to be the only wood strong enough for its energy. Very heavy guage silver wire gives it strong construction, and its shorter length makes it a good choice for a traveling wand. 12.75 inches long.

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Pantera. The claw-like spines of Mexican Plum give this wand a big cat energy. The cat's eye look of the Blue Tiger's Eye crystal completes the metaphor. This seems like a wand that is at its best at night. The Jaguar (Pantera) is a very nocturnal creature. 15 1/4" long.

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Paralda. Paralda. I name this wand for the Elemetal King of Air, King Paralda. With it's beautiful sky-blue natural Fluorite crystal and airy-light Green Ash stem, this wand is perfect for working magick with the Air element. Clarity, communication, vision, and elevation of spirits and intentions seem to be natural specialties for this wand. 17 1/4" long.

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PathFinder. This tumbled Arfvedsonite stone topper is a beauty of darkness. The internal crystalline structure and visible surface crystals should serve to give this wand a lot of directional energy. Spicewood is one of the high energy wand woods that are compatible with this sort of mineral. The reddish-purple of the bark contrasts with the blues/black/greens and golds of the crystal striations. This is a very unusual wand that has a lot of the energy of the Hermit Tarot trump. 17 1/2 inches

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Pictish. This dainty little wand would be good for little people! I am happy to fnally offer a few Live Oak wands like Pictish. Most live Oak branches are too irregular and gnarly (but not gnarly in the right way) for my wands. This tree planted itself in my front yard, and began to grow very fast, so it was able to offer this smooth, silvered branch.

The stone on Pictish is a lovely Diamantina Singing Quartz. Diamantina refers to the mining area of Brazil, and Singing refers to those sorts of quartz crystals that produce a pleasant ringing sound when shaken together. This slender natural crystal also has some tiny druzy crystals on one of its faces. This teensy wand is good for travel, and would be a good all-purpose wand especially for Solitary work.   $51 unique one-of-a-kind wand  
Pixish. Any Pixie or ally of the Little People would be pleased with this impish wand! Lots of flash and a translucent, glowing base make the Labradorite top stone a good choice to enchant an innocent passer-by! The Laurel Cherry wood is darkly purplish and bewitching. While this could be an all-purpose wand, it seems destined for special talents with illusion, transformation, and shadow working. The diminutive size makes it up for traveling, but the smaller gauge silver wire wrapping does make it a bit more delicate, so please don’t stuff it haphazardly into your multidimensional sack.

9 3/8th inches

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Red Tiger. Red Tiger is a very straightforward wand of tumbled Red Tiger’s Eye bound with heavy gauge copper onto a Laurel Cherry branch. This could be an all-purpose wand for an experienced practitioner, in spite of the opaqueness of the topstone. It has a highly directional energy owing to the orientation of the fibers of the stone. Although it is red, and highly energetic, Red Tiger’s Eye is said to be able to manage the energy of high-voltage people, so if you have a young, undisciplined high energy student (or if you are one) Red Tiger has what it takes to control the Burn.

17 ¾ inches

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Regal. Here is a very stout Green Ash wand wood topped with a huge castle of natural Apophyllite crystal! This stone is very bright and clear. The heavy gauge silver wire with the stoutness of this wand make it a good choice for travel and outdoor work. This is an all-purpose wand that could be plied to any task of positive magick. 13 1/4 inches
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ReGreening. ReGreening is one of a new type of wand wood I am adding to the quiver, Carolina Buckthorn. Native to the east-central part of the southern states, this is America's version for the European Alder Buckthorn, which is used in magick for defense against the Dark Arts, driving away any malevolent influences, enchantments, sorceries, etc. It is also commonly used for general luck and to help with legal matters.

ReGreening features a lovely moss green tumbled Prasiolite stone, caged in Silver wire. Prasiolite is a form of Amethyst that has been exposed to heat which turns it green (more heat and Amethyst goes all the way to golden to make Citrine), so Prasiolite has many of the same qualities of Amethyst. The heating can come from natural geological forces, or it can be a human craft, to change the purple to this dreamy green. Prasiolite is said to help attune crown chakra with heart and to integrate with Earth energies. I could easily see and environmental advocate, greenwitch, or other Earth magick practitioner using this wand.

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Rey Oro. Rey Oro is sturdy and compact. A very active tumbled Rutilated Quartz stone is firmly attached to a stout Pomegranate branch with heavy gauge silver wire. The gold colors of the Rutile crystals in the stone go well with the faint oranges and greens of the Pomegranate bark. Measuring just a hair longer than 12 inches, Rey Oro (Golden King) would travel well and be appropriate for outdoor use. 12 1/8 inches

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Rhodalia. A very shiny, sparkling Rhodolite (my photography skills don't capture!
it!) tops an American Elm wand wrapped with Silver wire. Rhodolite is a very high energy stone, closely related to Garnet, and from what I can sense, very similar in properties. The stone itself is very heavy, which is why I set it on the very intense, dense wood of American elm. I would recommend Rhodalia only to practitioners who regularly use a wand. The energy of this wand should not be left untended, on a shelf.

15 1/8 inches

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Rivina. Rivina is a winding Honeysuckle wand topped with a cloudy grey natural fluorite crystal. Of all my wand woods, Honeysuckle is the only one I harvest after the vine has died. Otherwise, the vine is too springy and does not retain its wiggly, snakey shape. This has the look of a novelty wand, but it has all the ritual properties one could want. Its three-dimensional shape makes travel the only impractical use for this wand. A friend of mine once looked at a honeysuckle wand similar to Riniva, and said, "This one is obviously for getting around corners!" 14 1/3 inches long
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Sapphira. Sapphira wand has a tumbled which is Ruby in a matrix, but it is not the usual Ruby in Zoisite. Instead, it is mixed with a deep clear-to-greyish blue matrix, which I believe to be Sapphire. Since Ruby and Sapphire are so closely related minerals, it is my best guess. Please look and send com if you have an opinion, because I can't find any web pics of any similar stones. It feels very energetic with *both* radiant and directional energies, and is very cool to the touch.

In any case, with Sapphira I am bringing a new wood to the wands quiver! Introducing Spicewood, aka Lindera Benzoin which is a very magickal plant that probably has many more powers than I have elucidated. The leaves, and as it turns out, the wood, has a very spicy scent reminiscent of Cardamom. When I was sawing the wandwood to shape this wand, my lab was filled with the very energizing spicy scent! This wood seems to have a Water/Saturn/Uranus/Scorpio/Aquarius signature, which means its magick is complex and very versatile.

This is the powerful sort of wand wood that would be compatible with a Ruby family stone. Silver wire sets off the colors of the stone and the deep purple/silver wood of the Spicewood. 16 1/4 inches long.
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Scarlet Tiger. A fiery Red Tiger’s Eye and reddish branch of American Elm held together with Copper wire make for a very fierce and energetic wand! Red Tiger’s Eye is often used to help people with too much energy, or tendencies to anger to help control the intensities of their passion. 15 1/2 inches.

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Scout. With its gentle curve and twist, this Willow wand topped with a natural Lemurian Quartz crystal seems to know exactly where it is going. I have used sturdy copper wire, which harmonizes well with the reddish color of the Willow wood. Generously sized at 17 1/4 inches, this would be a good wand for public and group ceremonies where you must take the lead.

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Selena. For Moonstone wands, Selena is very stout and masculine. An all-time favorite wand of Moonstone, Willow and Silver, Selena would serve a priestess of any gender(s). Very few wands of this sort enjoy being exposed to direct sunlight, and Selena is no exception. Manifest your Full Moon powers with this wand at night outdoors or indoors.

17 7/8 inches

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  $63  
Sentinel. Dumortierite is a denim-blue stone used for study dealing with tough situations, and mental clarity. I have affixed it to a Carolina Buckthorn, which has its own properties to banish evil entities, and to win victory in court. While this wand could be used for all-purpose practice, it would especially lend itself to resolving sticky problems and dealing with unwholesome beings and situations. 15 1/2 inches long

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Seraphina. A shimmering tumbled Seraphinite stone mounted with Silver wire on a silvery Green Ash stem. This is a graceful wand that could be used for blessing or any positive magick. Seraphinite is only found in one place on Earth, and is believed to be a gift from the Angels. I believe this stone has both radiant and directional energy powers, so it could be used for healing, or carrying prayers up to the Angels.

12 ¾ inches

  $63 unique one-of-a-kind wand  
Sky Light. Sky Light is a very bright wand. The tumbled Topaz stone topping this Green Ash wand has exceptional clarity and seems to light up from within. Topaz is used for bringing about a positive outlook, manifesting, clarity of thought, deep spiritual transformation and karmic redemption, and you can certainly why someone would think this of the beautiful crystal on Sky Light. 14 inches.   $60 unique one-of-a-kind wand  
Smoke. Smoke is a long arching wand, a Hackberry branch terminated with a dark tumbled and polished Smoky Quartz. It has a strongly masculine feel, and more fiery energy than most of my wands. Aside from that, it would be an all-purpose tool. Because of its large size, it would be very visually effective in big group rituals. Thick Copper wire holds the energy well, and harmnizes the dark smoky brown of the crystal and the rusty brown of the wood. 26" long.

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Solution. Natural Solution Quartz tops a Mulberry branch and bound with Copper wire. This is a very useful, all-purpose wand for every occasion. It could be the only wand you every need, if you are a generalist practitioner. Solution Quartz, near as I can tell, is a very bright and clear Quartz from the Jeffreys mine in Arkansas.

19 1/8 inches

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Spektral. What a dreamy sky-blue Apatite stone this is. Firmly attached to a Hackberry branch with copper wire, this stone seems to inspire the imagination. I can see this wand enhancing works of divination, communication, and perception. Spektral is very much of the Air element. Try writing out your spells onto the Sky with this wand! 15 1/2 inches

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Spider Mistress. Spider Mistress is a new sort of wand wood altogether - it is a Flying Wand, made from a branch of a tree that is not rooted into the ground, but in this case rooted into the stump of an old Cypress tree. It is therefore believed to have much more Aery nature. The Flying Tree it was gathered from is a Willow, and the top stone is a lovely and sparkling cut Quartz crystal. The silver wire used for the wrap is a heavy gauge, making Spider Mistress a quite sturdy wand.

This wand was named Spider Mistress because as I was in the final stage of wrapping on the top stone (a very high-energy, precision and critical time of the crafting!), a Spider rappelled up its silk which was attached to the top stone, and very nearly got a leg wrapped into the wand! I blew it gently and Spider settled on my lap for the final stages of this wand's construction. 20 1/2 inches long.   $79 unique one-of-a-kind wand  
Star Finder. A sky blue Apatite stone graces this little Peach wood wand. Apatite is often used to detect and communicate with Outer Space, Aliens and Stellar Intelligences. Perhaps you could use it to connect with your personal star, the one which shines just for you, and to be able to receive that blessing. This wand seems to have as much sending as receiving energy, so it would be a very all-purpose wand as well. Small enough to travel well, wherever the Stars may lead you! 9 1/2 inches.



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Stubby. I mean no disrespect, but this wand is stubby! You may perceive Dwarf magick in this one, sturdy construction of Texas Oakand silver wire. The natural Quartz crystal was sold as a "2012" Quartz, and it has a large seven-sided front face which some folks call a "channelling Quartz." In any case, it would be all-purpose and very easy to travel with, at only 6 3/8" long.

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Sylphen. A sky blue natural Fluorite crystal tops a dainty Green Ash branch, wrapped with Silver. An Aerier wand you could hardly imagine! Full of power of Mercury, this slender and feminine wand is nevertheless quite sturdy, and ready for all-purpose magicks.

15 1/16 inches

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Talent. Talent is an all-purpose Quartz crystal wand on a Green Ash stem. This would be a great beginner's wand. It is clean and simple in design and seems to have little "personality" of its own. It would derive its functions and intentions based on the developing talents of the practitioner. 16 3/5" long

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The Forester. With Green Aventurine atop an arching Live Oak stem, wrapped with Copper wire, this is a very Druidic wand. The Live Oak wood is very heavy, so this is a hefty wand, sturdy enough for outdoor work in the forest.

17 ¼ inches

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The Point. You will have no problem getting your point across with this long Copper wire/Willow wand topped with a three-sided Lemurian Quartz crystal. This is the pointed stick your mother warned you not to run with. Watch out where you’re pointing that thing! While too long to be practical for travel, this would be a very commanding and impressive wand for large group rituals 20 1/2 inches   $55 unique one-of-a-kind wand   TransVerse. Not many dark stones have enough radiant or directional energy to be useful to wand working, but Hypersthene has plenty of both. This stone has planes on the X, Y, and Z axes, so TransVerse should be a powerful wand for working on All Planes, Dimensions, and into the MultiVerse. A Practitioner who loves science fiction will especially enjoy the deep space resonances of this wand. Live Oak is a strong enough conductive to handle the Light in the Darkness of the Hypersthene top stone, and Copper contrasts pleasingly with the black, blue, purple and red highlights of the Hypersthene. 13 inches long   $59 unique one-of-a-kind wand   Unseelie's Steed. Unseelie's Steed is a wikked little wand of natural Quartz crystal, Mexican Plum and Silver wire. No way around it, this is not a practical wand at all. But I know one of you Unseelie sorts will be thoroughly enchanted by its dangerous and lovely spines. On behalf of Nicnevin, I accept your commendations on my being able to make this wand without breaking any of the spines, drawing blood or poking my eye out. Although you might have been pleased by that. In spite of its novelty appearance, Unseelie is an all-purpose wand, since it is a Quartz crystal on a fruitwood.

13 5/8 inches


  $67 unique one-of-a-kind wand  
Valiente. An extra-clear natural Quartz crystal atop a solid Texas Oak branch makes this wand an all-purpose, standard-issue magick tool to last a lifetime career of magick! This wand, because of the angle of the crystal, will look best when held in the practitioners right hand. 17 1/4 inches   $49 unique one-of-a-kind wand   Voyager. Voyager is a very unusual and distinctive wand! Here I am bringing a new wood to the wands quiver! Introducing Spicewood, aka Lindera Benzoin which is a very magickal plant that probably has many more powers than I have elucidated. The leaves, and as it turns out, the wood, has a very spicy scent reminiscent of Cardamom. When I was sawing the wandwood to shape this wand, my lab was filled with the very energizing spicy scent!

The strength of this plant seemed like one of the few which could hold up to the extraterrestrial energies of a Tectite stone. Tectites are silicaceous minerals which were violently thrown up into space by a meteor impact, and then fallen back to Earth in a fiery re-entry burn. The pits and caverns of the surface of these stones is where any carbonaceous or other combustible material was boiled out of the rock, leaving only the black silicaceous (glass) material. Quite a dramatic history for a rock!

I name Voyager for the space probe which was recently seen waving goodbye to our Solar system. Bon Voyage!

May this wand suit your more Earthly Will and well as your Cosmic purposes! 18 1/2 inches long.   $59 unique one-of-a-kind wand  
Wanderer. Wanderer is one of the first wands I have made with "Flying Wood." In this case it is Green ash, from a tree not rooted into the Earth, but into the stump of a Cypress tree which once grew before the Highland Lakes of the Colorado River in Texas were constructed. The Flying ash therefore has a more distinct aery nature. I have topped this wand with a very clear light tumbled Amethyst stone. The twisting and turning of the Ash branch seemed to be an intelligent meandering. Wanderer is of a more delicate structure, so if you take it outdoors, treat with care. 17 1/2 inches long.
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Wikkit. A wee and very Wikkit little wand with an Emerald point and spiny Mexican Plum wood. Copper wire contrasts with both the green stone and the silver/purple bark of the wand. Yes, you can hold it without hurting yourself, but I would not give this one to a child, unless they were a very Elfish one! There is an intriguing little cavity near the base of the stone top. I bet you could invite a very tiny Fee to occupy it. 10 inches.


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Xamine. A Willow wand is topped here with a natural Citrine crystal. Most citrine on the market is baked Amethyst, which turns the stone from purple to orange-golden. True natural Citrine is a mellower creamy/beer color. Xamine features a very clear Citrine which most people would take for ordinary clear Quartz. This wand would be excellent for any type of purification work, divination and discovery operations, as well as being a good all-purpose tool. 10 inches long   $55 unique one-of-a-kind wand  

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