Celtic Birth Charms
A unique range of Celtic Birth Charms crafted in sterling silver were worn by the Celts to influence destiny and identify personal characteristics, very much as we wear our own astrological sign today. You can empower your Celtic spirit by wearing your own charm or select another sign to invoke the power within. Charms are supplied in a clear...
A unique range of Celtic Birth Charms crafted in sterling silver were worn by the Celts to influence destiny and identify personal characteristics, very much as we wear our own astrological sign today. You can empower your Celtic spirit by wearing your own charm or select another sign to invoke the power within. Charms are supplied in a clear packet with full instructions. Size: 26 x 22mm / 1¼"x 1" Crafted in Antiqued Sterling Silver Supplied with a 18" Letherette necklace.
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For the Celts, Ser Kai (Sirius) signaled the hottest weeks of the year when the "Dog Star" rises with the Sun. Delighting in summer, those born under Ser Kai may appear cool-headed but are sparked by an inner fire.
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For the Celts, Ser Kai (Sirius) signaled the hottest weeks of the year when the "Dog Star" rises with the Sun. Delighting in summer, those born under Ser Kai may appear cool-headed but are sparked by an inner fire.
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With the sun at its highest point, summer gloriously begins. On Heulsaf Yr Haf (Summer Solstice), modern druids gather at the Hele Stone of Stonehenge for sunrise, mirroring an ancient Celtic ritual rejoicing the...
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With the sun at its highest point, summer gloriously begins. On Heulsaf Yr Haf (Summer Solstice), modern druids gather at the Hele Stone of Stonehenge for sunrise, mirroring an ancient Celtic ritual rejoicing the...
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The Faery people, called the Sidhe by the Celts, may be glimpsed as shimmering lights during twilight. Sidhe-born individuals are blessed with enchantment, some having second sight.
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The Faery people, called the Sidhe by the Celts, may be glimpsed as shimmering lights during twilight. Sidhe-born individuals are blessed with enchantment, some having second sight.
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This period of time celebrates the Celtic god Bel and Bel-tene means 'a bright fire', lit to mark the return of the sun. May Eve bonfires awaken the sleeping Dragon of earth energy, ensuring fertility for crops and...
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This period of time celebrates the Celtic god Bel and Bel-tene means 'a bright fire', lit to mark the return of the sun. May Eve bonfires awaken the sleeping Dragon of earth energy, ensuring fertility for crops and...
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The rising of Twr Tewdws (The Pleides) marked the 'April Showers', an event of great significance to ancient agriculture. These seven stars, known as the Seven Priestesses, were a focus of Celtic magic, representing...
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The rising of Twr Tewdws (The Pleides) marked the 'April Showers', an event of great significance to ancient agriculture. These seven stars, known as the Seven Priestesses, were a focus of Celtic magic, representing...
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The Celts knew five seasons with Alban Eiler, the vernal equinox, coming in the spring. Those born under Alban Eiler are gifted with the grace and elegance of the Celtic Sun God's swan-maiden bride.
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The Celts knew five seasons with Alban Eiler, the vernal equinox, coming in the spring. Those born under Alban Eiler are gifted with the grace and elegance of the Celtic Sun God's swan-maiden bride.
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The Hounds of the Underworld, Cwn Annan enliven the Celtic folk-tales of the famed Mabignon, bounding across the cold night sky in an exhilarating and impressive wild Hunt. Cwn Annan individuals project mystery and...
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The Hounds of the Underworld, Cwn Annan enliven the Celtic folk-tales of the famed Mabignon, bounding across the cold night sky in an exhilarating and impressive wild Hunt. Cwn Annan individuals project mystery and...
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The most loved of Celtic goddesses, Brighid was adopted by Celtic Christians as St. Brighid and her feast Imbolc - Festival of Lights - became Candlemass. Those born under Imbolc possess the beauty and purity of the...
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The most loved of Celtic goddesses, Brighid was adopted by Celtic Christians as St. Brighid and her feast Imbolc - Festival of Lights - became Candlemass. Those born under Imbolc possess the beauty and purity of the...
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At the Winter Solstice (Heulsaf Y Gaef), Druids gathered sacred mistletoe on the sixth day of the lunar cycle. We still celebrate the legend of mistletoe - a symbol of the full moon - in Christmas kissing games. Days...
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At the Winter Solstice (Heulsaf Y Gaef), Druids gathered sacred mistletoe on the sixth day of the lunar cycle. We still celebrate the legend of mistletoe - a symbol of the full moon - in Christmas kissing games. Days...
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Isle of Man children even today sing on this festival: 'Jinny the squinny went over the house...Hop Tu Naa, Hop Tu Naa.' A squinny is a witch, whose eternal magical powers find form in the Pentagram. Individuals born...
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Isle of Man children even today sing on this festival: 'Jinny the squinny went over the house...Hop Tu Naa, Hop Tu Naa.' A squinny is a witch, whose eternal magical powers find form in the Pentagram. Individuals born...
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The Celts celebrated New Year's Eve on October 31, a night of supernatural magic when the spirits of their ancestors appeared to feasting villagers. Irish goddess, the Morrigan, as a raven, rules over Samhain,...
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The Celts celebrated New Year's Eve on October 31, a night of supernatural magic when the spirits of their ancestors appeared to feasting villagers. Irish goddess, the Morrigan, as a raven, rules over Samhain,...
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Keyne, daughter of Welsh King Brychan, turned venomous snakes into stone through her prayers. The Serpent is an important magical symbol in Celtic mythology, its image found in carvings and sacred jewelry. Those born...
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Keyne, daughter of Welsh King Brychan, turned venomous snakes into stone through her prayers. The Serpent is an important magical symbol in Celtic mythology, its image found in carvings and sacred jewelry. Those born...
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