Last challenge a coven member talked about how they did some nail art. It inspired me to do my inner workings. So here it goes!
I wanted to try using an amulet and talisman. I just like to share my practice with you. Sometimes I do things and I don’t share and I’ll be mad at myself for keeping it to myself.
2.I opened a circle
- I blessed and consecrated my nail sigils!
I invited my God and Goddesses to my circle and I asked myself to use these sacred symbols as a spiritual catalyst for emotional support!
As my amulet of protection
To repel things that hinder my growth and development or that are no longer serving me and my purpose addiction conflict or drama.
- Witch Charm
Also known as the magic, not the which charm had many variations using various proportions of the circle to the four interlace VESRICAS
It’s suggested the four winds and or female control because the Vesica As a female genital simply always implied control of the forces of nature. Connected with the concept of the magic night was a medieval conviction that it could control the winds rainstorms and otherwise influence the weather by making notes records threads or their hair. Which is knots could also function as love charms binding or losing passion according to the treatment of the inner lace design. On the same principle that made the sign of the devil’s horns a profile for a prophylactic charm against Evil spirits so also the which term became a sign of protection against malefic witchcraft. The theory behind this usage seems to have been one of the fighting fire with fire. Written by Barbara Walker’s woman’s dictionary symbols sacred objects
Spirals have been the primary goddess symbol since ancient times here represent the divine feminine the most movement of creation and power of the world.
The triple moon is the symbol of the goddess maiden mother in crone and is depicted as a lunar cycle. The pentagram or panicle is used to invoke or banish forces each point represents one of the five elements!
I banish all negative energy that can contribute to my emotional well-being!
[Triskelion - Celtic Symbol of Triskelion - Celtic Symbol of Threes
Is simple use mainly by groups with Celtic cultural orientation. It may have been an ancient solar symbol. Written by Francisco
Barbara G Walker writes it’s considered by some to be a runic sign of the life force signifying the will to create.
and consecrate my talisman toward me and the amulet for away from me.
Thanks for your time and interest may all of you have the love of magic and be inspired to do more magical workings!