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The threefold knot of the open triad represents the wheel of the cosmos, eternally changing. Celtic Magic Charm for Psychic Skills and Intuition Celtic Magic Charm for Growth and Development
Cernunnos Pendant for Renewal & Transformation
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Product Code: STL-CMP36


Cernunnos is the ancient Celtic Horned God, associated with stags, produce, and fertility. This charm is infused with Cernunnos' divine ability to renew and transform the world around him.

Charm is crafted in lead free pewter and provided with a black corded necklace.
The Smith-God crafts magical weaponry and sacred jewelry in his Underworld forge. These interlocking torcs celebrate his supernatural skill. For Craftsmanship and Skill. The radiant child, greatest of Welsh poets, possesses endless talents, undergoing many transformations in his legendary tales. For Talent and Ingenuity.

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Product Code: STL-P08

In Celtic folklore, mischievous fairies used cattle as targets for their arrows. Celtic farmers wore arrowhead talismans to protect themselves from these fay arrows. Even today, arrowheads are dipped in water and given to ailing cattle as a universal remedy. For Good Health and Protection.
Made from allergen free metal alloys and highly polished for maximum beauty. Approximate size: 1⅝" x 1¼"

The radiant child, greatest of Welsh poets, possesses endless talents, undergoing many transformations in his legendary tales. For Talent and Ingenuity. Half fish and half maiden, this Temptress might entice a sailor to his death or lovingly save him from drowning. For Romance and Happiness.
Traditionally a symbol of purity, when used as a wand the Unicorn Horn becomes a potent talisman for achieving goals of Spiritual and Personal Development. Herne, in great Greenwood forest at Windsor, lives as horned hunter of mystical strength and honor. In legend, he saved the life of the English sovereign and evermore is honored for fair play and upholding order. Brigit was the Sun Goddess known in Ireland as "Bride of Golden Hair" and in England and Wales as Bride, Goddess of Marriage. As the Celtic Goddess of light and spirituality, her amulet is worn for manifesting and nurturing your own Inner Light.
   
 
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