Hazel Hedge Witch Wisdom
This 20" powerful natural handmade magick wand, created by Hedge Witch and First Nation Pipe Carrier Una Gallagher to assist you on your Sacred Journey, was fashioned of Hazelwood and embellished with with Deer Antler, Desert Rose Selenite, River Stone. (one of a kind)
The Wand symbolizes the power of the True Will and the Mastery of a Magician or Witch. Because a properly fashioned magick wand directs and focuses energy it may be used for many purposes: to invoke or banish, bless or blast, heal, teach, create, etc. Use this artfully crafted wooden wand for your greatest good and for the good of All.
Hazel: Known to the Druids as "Coll". According to an ancient Irish legend, a Hazel tree bent its branches over the Well of Wisdom. If you seek the secrets of magick and the wisdom of the Wildwood, Hazel may guide and direct you and may assist you to create and shape your own reality with the power of true magick. Ruled y Mercury, this tree is a teaching tree, some believe very powerful for wish fullfilment.
Throughout the world, trees have been recognized as living beings having a Spirit within, revered for their special virtues and attributes, and sacred groves were used as places of worship.
Hazel: The Hazel is very much still associated with the great time of Autumn harvest, with the laying down of the new seed and the beginning of the time of the land to prepare for the dying of the Sun. The ethos of the Hazel is fertiltiy, wisdom, knowledge and divination.
Desert Rose Selenite: Said to aid one in manifesting dreams and desires, these intricately formed crystals may be used to cleanse one's aura and environment, bring rejuvinating energy and bring mental clarity and focus. A traditional Native American tale stated that Desert Rose Selenites were carved by warriors who returned home from the spirit world. The roses were said to have been spread across the Earth to protect these spirits’ homeland.
Deer Antler: In many cultures, the deer is a symbol of spiritual authority, an animal of power. During a deer’s life the antlers fall off and grow again and the animal is also a symbol of regeneration. In Celtic tradition, the Stag, as the king of the forest and protector of all other creatures, was related to the sacred and to independence, purification and pride.
Riverstone: Sometimes referred to as “bones of Mother Earth,” riverstone is collected from rivers and other moving bodies of water and so may carry the energy, vitality, and charge of ever-evolving water.