By Lisa Ward, 18-Mar-2013 11:54:00
We would like to wish everyone a very blessed Ostara before anything else :) We have been working very hard to create such wonderful delights. We have amazing unique circlets for both men and women, ideal for so many different events, such as handfasting ceremonys, weddings, ritual wear, festivals and special events. We lots of hand made unique designed jewellery. As we make it all ourselves we can offer you your own personal choice of colours if ordered aswell as slight alterations such as different charms or pendants. We have so much going up on our facebook page every day its great to see so many taking an interest in what we ourselves are so passionate about. We offer international shipping so once you have an address we can ship to you and we are looking forward to seeing you wearing your latest purchase.
A little thank you to our customers :)
For every £10 you spend you will recieve a ticket and that ticket is an entry into our customer raffle. When the last ticket is gone we will pick 5 lucky winners out of the cauldron and the first will have first choice out of the prizes and the second the next and so on Prizes include custom made circlet, torcs, custom jewellery, handcrafted rune sets, custom athames and much more :) we thougth its nice to give a little something back to those that support us each and every day :)
By Lisa Ward, 17-Feb-2013 01:06:00
With the energy brewing from the little bit of sunshine we had today it has us working harder then ever, making jewellery with a difference, inspired by our elders, the elements, Deities and Goddesses, we are making altar cloths, fabric moons, stars and Elemental Pentacles for your homes and your children, carving and polishing jet, creating wall hanging, painting pictures and so much more to make sure you wont need to go anywhere else for your Goddess or Deity honouring items, gifts and treats :) we love to make your ideas a reality so please dont ever hesitate to bring a custom order our way, it keep life interesting. Blessed Be
By Lisa Ward, 31-Jan-2013 16:29:00
Welcome everyone. We trust you are all so glad to see the end of the snow. We are so pleased with the positive responce to our facebook page where we have been hosing an art competition with the theme of Imbolc. The perosn whos art recieves the most LIKES get a fre tarot reading from our very own Barry either in person or online. We think its a great way to get your art out there and share your view of the sabbat.
We have also begun a group page on facebook where you can learn about each season, get help and guidance and get daily updates from us. We like to think about it as if it was a virtual visit to our shop, you can come in and have a good chat and always leave with a smile, a safe place.
The shops facebook page can be found at:
the shops facebookgroup can be found at:
We now ship world wide and are able to sell on facebook aswell as the website, you can pay using any credit or debit card or paypal.
If you would like anything special made just get in touch :)
By Lisa Ward, 07-Jan-2012 22:51:00
We have been asked many times to explaine the Sabbats and to give advice about how to celebrate the seasons in a respectful and informed way. Now you can. We are offering two options:
1) If you can make it to whitby you can attend our Imbolc Tutorial Event, take notes :) also tea, coffee and cakes :)
2) If you cant make it the distance we can put together all the info for you plus the answers to any questions that came up at the enent for you ans send it all out to you through the post.
Our events are focusing on explaining what Imbolc is all about, to show you how to create an altar for this sabbat. Show you and explaine what herbs to put together to make your own incense blend , relivent offerings for this season also how to preform a ritual for the season. Our events are set a week before so that you can be prepaired to celebrate the sabbat with family, friends or solitary. Tickets for attending are limited due to space so its first come, first served. Also the tickets are the same price for attending or mail out as theres alot of work put into both.
Tickets are £10 each and available instore or over the phone on 01947-821405
26th jan @4pm
28th Jan @5.30pm
By Lisa Ward, 23-Dec-2011 22:53:00
The Goddess Lileth
I am so very pleased to announce that we have a fantastic statue of Lileth in the shop at the moment. I have been very dedicated to this Goddess for as far back as I care to remember. She is a Goddess I hold dear to my heart and soul.
As with everything ,people have their own opinions, which is what makes everyone unique in their own way. For example I chose to spend my time with people that I care about and that are true to themselves. These people are genuine people in my eyes and therefore I show them respect. If there is someone I don’t show respect to, then it is clear what type of person they have been to me. Likewise if someone shows a great dislike towards this Goddess then it is either down to their ignorance or what type of person they are.
As with every Goddess there is allot that can be research through the internet and each Goddess can be dated back to a place in time by where there was the last mark in the earth was placed about them, a piece from a book or what someone has typed up on Wicipedia. Each mark in time along the line can be either fictional or truth but all have been through a persons opinion, they are an opinion for you to make your own mind up. in my eyes this is where allot of people get lost. Once you have read something in a book it does not make it absolute fact, it is always up to you if you feel it correct or not. Exactly the same as when someone tells you about someone, it is down to you to decipher whether it is fact or gossip. It is the one that chooses the truth that counts.
A little of The Goddess Lileths past. She is mentioned in the bible as the first wife of Adam. This is where most people know her from. the truth is that "Adam" means a group of men and "Eve" means a group of women. Yes she was the first to settle with one man but she was the first to stand tall for what she believed in. In those times women were treated very poorly to put things mildly and for a women to demand equality and to not lay beneath a man was very, very unacceptable. Some still have a problem with strong willed women today. She was cast out of her tribe and demonised. In these hard times a demon was not a monster but someone that did not conform and do as they were told, they could also be someone who was a little different, someone who was born with a learning difficulty or a birth mark. So to be called a demon really meant to be exiled and for gossip to be spread about you and to put fear in those around you so that you would be utterly alone. Lileth was an unbelievably strong women when she lived and fought damn hard for what she believed and knew to be right. She had many children and protected them with everything she was and is to this day. She is a Goddess who stands tall to protect the innocence and light that children are and to keep them safe from those with a darkness in their hearts. She is a Goddess of Fire and is known through many different beliefs by different names. In Sumerian times she was known as Inana which means mother.
Like any Goddess she has a perfect balance. She is more then capable to protect herself as well as anyone under her care therefore know’s exactly how to destroy and tear down those who would do harm to those around her. She can also help a women through childbirth as I have called her for both of my children’s births as well as drawing out the inner strength of any women.
I would recommend this Goddess to those who are willing to be true to their word and dedicated to their path. She is an amazing goddess and I am truly blessed to have her in my life and spirit.
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