Natural Wood Runes Set Making and selling these- $8 + $2 shipping in US (message if interested) 24 in a set- The Elder Futhark Have a real nice, natural feel to them Handmade with love and good intentions- wood burned
Will be making embroidered handmade bags soon (as posted in post before this)
Rune bag I made for my husband. I will soon be making more similar and will be making them available for sale. I will post photos when they are ready to be purchased. Canvas material with embroidery and button or draw string closure.
That man holding up the balance beam would be Chalres Manson with his spanked red booty. There is a lot to this piece if you can look into it and know what you are looking at…the world…the truth…the reality.
Take a look and see. There’s no excuse justifiable to turn your head unless you simply hold no honor or soul.
Most Pagans believed Owl imparted the ability to see through deception and bestowed psychic awareness.
Owls have been thought of as mysterious mainly because they are nocturnal, flies silently, has sharp eyesight and hearing and attacks prey swiftly. Those who fear owls have thoughts of their presaging doom. People who admire them think of insight and knowledge.
Owls, with the exception of the great grey owl, are nocturnal predators. Because their thick feathers have soft edges, flight is silent, allowing them to pounce on their prey without warning. These birds have the sharpest night vision of all animals. Their hearing is extremely keen.
These birds have no significant predators.
represents wisdom, stealth, initiation, change and detachment.
associated with arcane lore, clairvoyance, seeking deeper knowledge and death as a new beginning.
aware of surroundings at all times, has great intuition and the courage to follow instincts.
offers keen insight into obscure occurrences, a bringer of hidden truth, omens and secrets.
the power animal of psychics.
The Celts believe Owl is a mysterious magickal, sacred animal associated with deities of the Underworld, a place of unpredictable change, and is a guide to and from this realm.
keynote is deception because they are able to see truth through delusion.
associated with the Moon and the Crone aspect of the Goddess.
She is associated with clairvoyance and white magic.
power is strongest in the night.
called Night Eagle by some tribes and sits on the East of the Medicine Wheel, the site of illumination.
The Pawnee believed they were a symbol of protection. Cherokees believed Owls and Cougars were sacred because of their ability to see in the dark and bringing messages in dreams.The Oglala Sioux held Snowy Owl in high esteem. Warriors who excelled in battle wore a cap of this bird’s feathers in honor of their bravery. The Siouan Owl Lodge believed the forces of nature bestowed keener vision upon those who wore owl feathers.Other tribes feared Owl and called their feathers deceivers, associating this bird with sorcery and dark magic. Ojibwas believed she was symbolic of death and evil. The Pueblos associated them with Skeleton Man, the god of death and fertility.Apaches were frightened of owls because they believed these birds embodied spirits of their dead. There is historical proof. Apache scouts tracking Geronimo were terrified when one of the U.S. Cavalry soldiers had a Great Horned Owl with him on the search. They said that it was a bad omen. They couldn’t capture the renegade Chiricahuas if the raptor was present. The animal was left behind.