Hag Stone Pentagram

$ 21.95

A symbol of protection, this witch stone is accentuated with an electroformed silver star, used to ward off evil and is used as a powerful amulet. This stone was found in County Antrim in Northern Ireland. This just happens to be where the Islandmagee witch trial took place in 1710–1711 on Islandmagee in what is today Northern Ireland. It is believed to have been the last witch trial to take place in Ireland.

* Stone measures 2 1/2 inches and is adorn with a pentagram.

Description

The infamous hag stone has occupied myth and legends for centuries. Used by farmers, people seeking protection and as curios for “magickal” minded people, Hag stones are stones that have a naturally occurring hole inside them. Often discovered in fields or along coastal beaches, lakes or streams. These holes occur from the elements beating down upon them over many years. These stones were believed to be able to protect cattle, their milk and people from witches.

This necklace is apart of my Hag Stone Collection. Each stone in the collection was found in a different part of the world. I have embellished most stones with a coordinating trinket, which further enriches its metaphysical properties!

Hag stones represent a magical time when these rocks where used for protection, fertility, good luck and safety. Each necklace is made with a self adjusting leather strap, that go over your neck and allow you to alter their length. Each necklace comes with an information pamphlet about the stone’s metaphysical properties, how to work with it, wear it, clean it and care for it. In addition, the necklace is accompanied by a FREE color coordinated bag for storage.

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The Pentagram

A symbol of protection, this witch stone is accentuated with an electroformed silver star, used to ward off evil and is used as a powerful amulet. This stone was found in County Antrim in Northern Ireland. This just happens to be where the Islandmagee witch trial took place in 1710–1711 on Islandmagee in what is today Northern Ireland. It is believed to have been the last witch trial to take place in Ireland.

* Stone measures 2 1/2 inches and is adorn with a pentagram.

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