The Power of the Full Moon – Charms and Talismans for Completion

The moon is full, so it’s the perfect time to finish all languishing projects and tie up loose ends. Traditionally, the full moon doesn’t refer to just the night of the full moon, but the three days before and after the full moon. Completion and Culmination Leading up to the 4th day of the full moon, … Continue Reading

The Powers of the Waxing Moon – Growth and Healing

The waxing moon is probably more important than the full moon for certain things. It’s the time for growing and building, as well as mending. Growth Use this time to make a charm or talisman dedicated to growth, personal or otherwise. This period is a fantastic time to keep at those new things you started … Continue Reading

The Power of the New Moon – New Beginnings and Fresh Starts

The new moon is all about new things. A surprise, I know, but stick with me. Just like the full moon, the new moon refers to the three days before, day of, and three days after the actual new moon. It’s the perfect time for fresh starts and finding new hobbies, as well as starting … Continue Reading

What is a Rune and how can it bring Happiness, Luck or find missing keys?

A rune can be a lot of things. In this case it’s a letter from the old viking language that you see all over Mjolnir, Thor’s hammer in the Marvel movies, as well as artefacts from that era. There’s an extensive list of uses for runes, and their history is just as varied. What exactly … Continue Reading

Green Language – Why green is so influential

Let’s talk about the color green. It’s the first color of the year after the browns and greys of winter, it’s the color of nature, growth, and new things. It can influence emotions, bringing an end to the winter blues. Have you ever thought about the influences of color on language? For English speakers, even … Continue Reading

Good Fortune be yours in the Chinese New Year!

Celebrate The Year of The Fire Rooster! In the Chinese zodiac, each year is given an animal sign according to a 12-year cycle. The Chinese element theory associates everything with one of the five elements — wood, fire, earth, metal, and water. We carry a variety of materials in our store that are representative or … Continue Reading