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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At Alban Elfed (Autumn Equinox), day and night are of equal measure and the Stag symbolises nature's survival through the lean winter months. To the Celts, this mighty animal was totem of horned god Cernunnos and...
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At Alban Elfed (Autumn Equinox), day and night are of equal measure and the Stag symbolises nature's survival through the lean winter months. To the Celts, this mighty animal was totem of horned god Cernunnos and...
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Irish Saint Maelrubba was missionary in the Scottish Highlands where pagans accepted him as the local diety Mourie. Celtic tree-worship was part of Mourie's cult and his holy well dispensed healing waters. Those born...
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Irish Saint Maelrubba was missionary in the Scottish Highlands where pagans accepted him as the local diety Mourie. Celtic tree-worship was part of Mourie's cult and his holy well dispensed healing waters. Those born...
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The Celts honored the feast of sun god Lugh. In celebration of the harvest, Lugh's Sword of Light scythes the first golden grain. Those born at Lugnasagh usually share Lugh's qualities of intuition and artistic ability.
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The Celts honored the feast of sun god Lugh. In celebration of the harvest, Lugh's Sword of Light scythes the first golden grain. Those born at Lugnasagh usually share Lugh's qualities of intuition and artistic ability.
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Represented by a mythical goat-stag and linked with mid-winter, the Sidellu Gwynder was considered a beautiful and blessed legendary beast. Those born under this Celtic sign have a sense of inner purpose and are often...
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Represented by a mythical goat-stag and linked with mid-winter, the Sidellu Gwynder was considered a beautiful and blessed legendary beast. Those born under this Celtic sign have a sense of inner purpose and are often...
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