The Triple Goddess

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The Welsh triad of goddesses often associated with the the three aspects of the Triple Goddess or White Goddess, are varied from author to author. For me in my practice and follower of the White Goddess the triad goes as this: Blodeuwedd the maiden, Arianrhod the mother and Cerridwen the crone.

Blodeuwedd (flowerface) the maiden aspect of the Welsh Triple Goddess, associated with the earth in bloom, flowers, wisdom, lunar mysteries, and initiations. Often called upon for help with fertility and growth.
She is desire and defiance, vitality and fertility. Honour her in spring to bring abundance and joy into home and garden.

Arianrhod (lady of the silver wheel) the mother aspect of the Welsh Triple Goddess. She has a citadel in the stars (Aurora Borealis), to which souls withdraw to between incarnations, thus she is identified as a Goddess of reincarnation and karma.
She is the mother and protector, healer and justice. Honour her to reveal hidden truths of the heart and soul.

Cerridwen (keeper of the cauldron of knowledge) the crone aspect of the Welsh Triple Goddess. Often associated with witches and magick as well as nature, death, inspiration, astrology, herbs, science, poetry, spells, knowledge.
She is wisdom and inspiration, death and transformation. Honour her when seeking great changes.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Reed Magick Box

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Reed Ngetal: The Oracle, The Spirit Tree

Lunar month: October 28th to November 24th

Sabbat association: Samhain

Colour: Crimson
Stone: Onyx

Element: water and earth

Animal: Dragonfly

Meaning: Cleansing and healing, psychic protection

Lesson of Reed: Holdfast to the earth in the changing tides

Spell bottle contents have been personalised and I am aware that there are other properties to the Herbs that are not included here.

Rosemary: Associated with healing, purification, strength, memory, stress relief, and mental clarity

Lavender: Associated with happiness, love and protection
Hibiscus: Associated with love, divination and dreams

Pennyroyal: Associated with money magic and prosperity

Queen of the Night: This tulip variety is a deep purple, so dark that it’s often mistaken for black. Used for workings related to power and ambition

Turquoise: Turquoise is among the crystal healing master stones, the healing powers of Turquoise can benefit the whole body, with special strengths in healing ailments of the immune, respiratory systems

Sea glass as an association with the element water

An acorn for longevity and fertility

Amethyst: for balancing chakras

Also included in the main frame of the box

Stones used in the frame represent all the members of the family and their individual birth trees: Onyx associated with Reed, Topaz with Hazel, Aventurine with oak and Smokey quartz with willow

I also included a Bind rune consisting of the Ogham runes for each member of the family to strengthen and hold fast the bonds of love and connection between Willow, Hazel, Oak and Reed

There is also in the main frame of the box a Willow memory stick with string to attach small offerings or significant objects (for example a lock of hair belonging to a loved one)

On the back of the box is an incantation:

You are Reed standing strong against the changing tides.
Hazel stands beside you, with Oak and Willow too.
Together you connect by canopy and root.
The bonds of love to bind you.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_single_image image=”434″ img_size=””][/vc_column][/vc_row]