Celtic Path Box
Earthen Alchemy Greenman Soap
Handcrafted cold processed soap, vegan, palm free and cruelty free. Lightly scented with mints and eucalyptus, and stamped with the Triquetra.
This unique soak can be tossed right into the tub, the pouch will dissolve in water. Use this for a ritual bath to set the intentions of creativity and inspiration. Oils of Patchouli, Lavender, Orange and Cedarwood.
Sacred Grove Candle
Hand poured soy candle, scented with pine, fir and spruces, and topped with Oak bark and moss. Use for meditation, and to channel the energy of mother earth.
The Witchery Way Four Leaf Clover Reliquary
Alleged to offer magical protection, and ward off bad luck. Common superstitions hold that each of the clover's four leaves represent faith, hope, love and luck.
Engraved Palo Santo Stick
Palo Santo stick engraved with 'Neart' in the ogham text, which means 'Strength'. You can burn this for clearing negativity, or use it as an altar tool to invoke Strength and courage.
A Banshee in the Attic Druid Patch
Silkscreen patch of the Druid, (Celtic: “Knowing [or Finding] the Oak Tree”), member of the learned class among the ancient Celts. They seem to have frequented oak forests and acted as priests, teachers, and judges.
Celtic interpretation of the three realms of material existence: earth, water, and sky (and all their interconnections). The symbol is also thought to represent the three worlds: spiritual, physical, and celestial.
Tree of Life Ritual Oil
Infused with some of the sacred trees of the ogham, Oak, Birch, Elder and Poplar. Use when working with nature spirits, or when using tree and plant magic.
Ogham Alphabet Reference Card
In secluded fields, on the walls of churches, and beneath construction sites, stones have been found with intricate markings that rise from the lower left up to the center and then down to the lower right. This is the ancient Celtic Tree Alphabet known as Ogham (pronounced owam).
Tree Agate brings strength and stability, the power to persevere, and the ability to meet a challenge of working one's harvest with greater stamina.