Smaller Stonehenge Ivy Hag Spirit (HGS04)
This natural and earthy, smaller Hag Spirit figure has been created from a piece of ivy which was gathered with respect and care from the land surrounding Stonehenge in southern Britain. The piece contains a natural hole within it, reminiscent of a hagstone. Within mythology, hags are powerful and complex female figures.
The figure is incredibly tactile, so feels good to hold during meditation or for ritual use, but is not free-standing. It carries a protective root and herb bundle which can be best seen in the second-to-last photo. It includes the leaves of enchanter's nightshade, which has long associations with witchcraft and sorcery. It's considered to aid inner conflict and has been traditionally used to find balance by bringing opposites together. Binding, hexing and enchantment is also associated with this beautiful herb.
The roots of yarrow and St. John's wort are added to the bundle. Yarrow brings its strong associations with clairvoyance and powers to promote divination, and St. John's Wort is traditionally used to repel negative energies. Mugwort brings its history of being used to aid clairvoyance, lucid dreaming and astral projection. The bundle is finished with the dried flowers of yarrow, and marjoram, the latter being soothing, lifting, and strongly connected with love.
The figure is filled with our protective herb blend, created from herbs which are traditionally considered to aid protection and bring energies of peace. The herbs are sealed inside the Hag Spirit with a plug of blackthorn which was carefully gathered at the time of the first harvest, known in the Pagan calendar as Lammas.
A medicine bag completes the figure. The bag is filled with dried rowan and mugwort. The base of the figure is finished with a bindrune for ancestral connection, and this can be seen in the last photo.
Crafted with real Celtic soul.
Size: Just under 5.5 inches/13.5 cm long (approx.)
Item no: HGS04
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Within the UK - £5
International - £15
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