א' בטבת תשע"א
When Goddess calls your name ...
Shrouded in mystery like the Mists of Avalon itself, pan-Celtic Welsh RAVEN Warrior Goddess Morgan Le Fay (Morgan the Faery), the great Sorceress-Witch Queen of the magical Isle, is known by many names including Morgaine le Fee, Modron, the Morrigan, Fata Morgana, Argante and Faery Morgana. She also has many titles including Great Queen, Queen of the Fairies, High Priestess, Queen of the Otherworld, Priestess Queen of Avalon and the Lady of the Lake.
In Celtic shamanism, RAVEN is associated with deep magic, profound intelligence, wisdom, prophecy, divination, winter, night, the hidden mysteries of death and transformation, creation, healing, the birth giving light at the center of our galaxy and the black hole at the center of the Universe, endurance, protection and the warrior arts.
Welsh witches are known to shapeshift into the form of RAVEN.
Handcrafted during the sacred midnight time of this mysterious creature, black RAVEN is made with witchy black ice yarn touched with threads of the silvery moon, handmade black silk sari ribbon touched with deep dark hues of blue like RAVEN's feathers, black satiny ribbon, nine handmade jet black round glass beads, 25 knots, a silver lead safe pewter Raven Skull charm and and silver metal Pentacle charm.
Nine is the diameter of the witch's sacred circle and the nine witches or Morgens of Avalon.
Twenty-five is the number of Ogham letters in the magical Celtic alphabet (including the fifth acime, added for use in manuscripts).
This amazing cord measures 56 inches, where 56 is the gematria-numerology of the magical Hebrew word בדים (altar staves).
Comes beautifully packaged.
This exquisite cord may be purchased at WITCHCRAFTS by Liorah Lleucu.