These special pagan rosary has been handcrafted in the name of Cailleach Bheur, the Celtic destroyer Goddess who ruled over disease, death, wisdom, seasonal rites and weather magic.
In Scottish tradition Cailleach Bheur is the crone goddess or hag who blusters with power throughout the winter months. She brings the snow and cold, her staff freezing the ground and commanding the destructive powers of nature.
Measuring 23" (59cm) long they have been handcrafted with garnet, labradorite, onyx, agate, black howlite skulls, Czech crystals, artisan lampwork and artisan ceramics.
Unique pagan rosary
Pagan prayer beads are used for meditation, spell casting and focusing spiritual energies. They can be kept on display, used to decorate your home altar, carried in your pocket or bag, or kept safely in their box until you feel the call to use them.
My design here holds 40 beads divided by the numbers 3, 7, 9 and 21 - numbers I've chosen for their magickal and spiritual significance.
Quality artisan beads & gemstones
An artisan pendant (38x12mm) hangs from one end of the prayer beads, featuring a vintage illustration of a skeleton beneath a handwritten spell set beneath jeweller's grade resin. A pewter pentagram hangs from the other.
There are also 2 little endless Celtic knots to represent eternity within the strand. The strong feminine energies of this piece are amplified by the inclusion of handcrafted lampwork and ceramic beads by female artisans Jill Egan, Natalie McKenna and Karen Trezise.
Onyx has been chosen to help with the centering of energy and to give strength.
Iridescent labradorite has been chosen as a highly mystical and protective stone.
Agate has been chosen as a grounding stone, bringing about emotional, physical and intellectual balance.
Garnet has been chosen to sharpen your perceptions, remove inhibitions, regenerate the body and balance energy.
This item will arrive nicely gift boxed and tied with ribbon, ready to give as a gift or as a treat for yourself.
All of my jewellery is dispatched within 3 business days from the Highlands of Scotland, United Kingdom.