Bronze Large Wheel of the Year Pendant

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The wheel of the year is a sacred cycle, a witches tapestry woven with the threads of nature's ever-turning wheel. It's a time to dance with the seasons, to cast spells with the changing tides of the Earth and the Sun. Each Sabbat is a potent time to connect with the earth's magick, a doorway to deeper self-reflection and working with the energetic flow of the world. Samhain (pronounced sow-en); The veil between the worlds thins on this night. We feast with the ancestors, honoring the dead and celebrating the mysteries of darkness. It's a perfect time for divination and shadow work, facing the parts of ourselves we keep hidden. Yule (pronounced yoo-ul); The darkest night gives birth to the returning sun. We gather around the Yule log, a beacon of warmth and light pushing back the shadows. It's a time for setting intentions for the coming year, and for spells focused on protection and prosperity. Imbolc (pronounced im-bulk); The earth stirs beneath the blanket of snow. We celebrate Brigid, the fire goddess, and the quickening pulse of life returning. It's a time for purification rituals, fertility magick, and brewing protective charms. Ostara (pronounced oh-star-ah); Spring bursts forth, day and night balanced under the Equinox sun. We celebrate the earth's awakening, planting seeds for new beginnings. It's a perfect time for fertility spells, love rituals, and manifesting your desires. Beltane (pronounced bel-tayn); Fires blaze bright as we celebrate the peak of spring's fertility. We dance with the Fae folk, honoring the wild abundance of the earth. It's a time for passion rituals, celebrating sexuality, and strengthening bonds with loved ones. Midsummer; The longest day, bathed in the sun's golden rays. We honor the sun's power at its peak, a time of growth and abundance. It's perfect for spells focused on success, vitality, and banishing negativity. Lughnasadh (pronounced loo-na-sa): The first harvest bounty fills our baskets. We give thanks for the earth's generosity, celebrating the fruits of our labor. It's a time for prosperity spells, bread magick, and expressing gratitude. Mabon (pronounced may-bon): The day and night reach balance once more, the harvest moon hangs heavy. We celebrate the second harvest and prepare for the coming winter. It's a time for grounding rituals, divination, and honoring the lessons learned throughout the year. Celebrate the turning of the wheel everyday with The Wheel of the Year bronze necklace. It makes a perfect gift for yourself or for that magickal person in your life.

- An original design by artist Paul Borda of Dryad Design
- Made of solid bronze
- Measures 1 3/4 inch (4.4 cm) in diameter
- Single sided
- 24 inch black cord necklace included
- © Paul Borda Dryad Design all rights reserved