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In Celtic mythology, Cliodna was the most beautiful woman in the world. She travelled in the company of three magical birds who sang so sweetly that the sick fell into healing dreams. Our Bird of Cliodna is said to bestow health and vitality.
Celtic primal mythology tells of two sacred dragons, one red and one white, who dwell within the land. They represent Earth Energy and life forces and are mentioned in the famous Prophecies of Merlin. Leadership and purity are strengthened by wearing this special charm.
This design is inspired by the Gaelic goddess of smithcraft and metalwork, poetic inspiration, divination and healing, who, in Scotland and Ireland today, is commemorated as St. Brighid or Bride, the most popular saint of the Celts. The Circle of Brighid helps its wearer develop creative talent and self-confidence.
Fintan, a traditional Celtic figure, was a renowned shaman or magician who shape-shifted into the form of a salmon. The Celts were a great seafaring people who respected the changeable qualities of the sea and all that dwell in her mysterious depths, and transformation & miracles may occur through contact with this pendant.
Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter ruled all aspects of the ancient Celtic world from agriculture to hunting. This design reflects the linking of the seasons as we journey through the year, as it is repeated throughout eternity. Protection and healing are the attributes of our charm for The Four Seasons.
Our symbolic representation of this sacred mound, dedicated to the Celtic God of Light Belenos. The traditional Celtic ribbonworking links the Power of the Land with that of the Sky, looped in the everlasting cycle of as above, so below and is worn to increase magical powers and divination skills.
The twin circles symbolise the Kingdoms of Earth and Spirit. Over them lies the Cross, representing the dominion of God. Our beautiful version is inspired by the Celtic crosses of the Island of Iona and is worn for guidance and protection.
Twin circles symbolise the Kingdoms of Earth and Spirit. Over them lies the Cross, representing the dominion of God. This contempory design is suggested by the sculptured stone crosses of Glamorgan, south Wales and it is worn for inspiration and intuition.
The Isle of Sky was named after Scathach, the fierce Celtic warrior goddess. Her martial skills were unsurpassed and young Celtic warriors from many lands travelled to her school for a soldiers training. Scathachs Axe may bless you with ability and energy.
Each of the interlaced arms represents a cardinal point of the compass: East, South, West and North, and their respective attributes of Life, Light, Love and Law and Air, Fire, Water and Earth. Our design fuses all together in perfect harmony to bring about love and happiness wherever it is worn.
One of the four implements of power in the ancient Celtic Irish tradition, this sword was deadly and none could escape its blows. Evidence suggests that Nuadha was a major deity of the Celts, concerned with kingship, therapy and the power of water. For winning and success, choose the Sword of Nuadha.
To the Celts, the Universe consisted of the Sky World of Gods and Goddesses, the sun, moon and stars; the Earth World containing humans, animals and the forces of nature; and the mysterious Underworld of death, life and rebirth. This pendant promotes conditions of growth and progress for those who choose it.
She is Maiden, Mother and Crone in the eternal Celtic mysteries of the feminine. Our intertwining design captures this natural relationship, also reflecting the earths cycle through 24 hours: daylight, then the darkness of night, then daylight once again. The Triple Goddess creates an atmosphere of stability and security so necessary today.
The Welsh goddess, Arianrod, whose name means Silver Wheel is a stellar goddess associated with untangling the mysteries of the stars. In Welsh, the constellation Corona Borealis is called after her Caer Arianrod. Arianrods Wheels grants good luck and fortune by its image.
Taranis, one of the powerful Celtic father gods, is associated with the forces of change. His connections with the oak tree and with thunder both important symbols in Druidism marked his status as a potent diety. Links with the Wheel of Taranis increase ones Strength and courage.