Made By A Real Witch scrying mirrors are now available at Shine @shine_mannville in Mannville, Alberta. The mirrors in the picture are the actual ones that were sent to that store. Choose from Raven, Pagan Spiral or Triple Moon designs.
Ravens, to me, are lucky. They represent the connection between the spirit & human realms - relaying messages between both sides. Ravens are very intelligent & tie heavily to the Norse God, Odin, who owned two ravens - Huginn & Muninn. The raven pendant that I wear around my neck has been named Muninn who is said to represent memory & past lives. Anyone who knows me well, knows that I have created a special bond between myself, my spirit guide & the ravens in my valley. I communicate with them daily.
The Pagan Spiral is said to represent energy & the labyrinth. It symbolizes the Goddess, the womb, fertility & life force.
The Triple Moon also connects to feminine energy & is said to represent the 3 phases of the moon cycle - waxing, full & waning - which in turn are said to represent the 3 stages of a woman’s life - the maiden, mother & crone. The triple moon connects to intuition, emotion, the element of water & the night sky.
Scrying mirrors are used in the same way as a crystal ball - for receiving & viewing symbols & images. Mine are smudged & spell cast to open the users third eye & assist them with their scrying sessions. They are also spell cast for viewing purposes only - meaning that they cannot be used as portals between realms.
Shine is located in Mannville, Alberta, approximately 45 minutes West of Lloydminster where the Yellowhead Highway meets Highway 881. Also in stock is my Black Salt, my newest styles of ritual candles, smudge feathers & angel wing sun catchers. A parcel filled with similar items will be mailed to The Whispering Tree in Grande Prairie early this coming week for those who are waiting. I’m hoping to get parcels mailed out to the stores that sell my products in Regina following that. Thank you to everyone for your patience.
Happy Sunday everybody. I hope you all had a wonderful full moon weekend. Take care of yourselves & each other. We’re all in this together. ♥️🕯♥️
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Lots of love for the adventure series recently so here's another. Scrambling Bow Peak a couple of weeks back.
1. Summit views looking down on Hector Lake, we took a pretty bad ascent line through an endless boulder field. Just a beautiful day out though!
2. Starting out on a beautiful meandering forest trail, so peaceful and quiet.
3. Another hike, another creek crossing. Far warmer than Peyto Creek praise be to Jesus. On the way back I accidentally bear sprayed myself and an 80yr old woman here. Make sure the safety is on folks!
4. Summit views looking down the valley towards the Waputik Range and on to some of the iconic 11,000ers surrounding Lake Louise- Mt. Temple, Mt. Lefroy and Mt. Victoria.
5. More summit views looking North along the Icefields Parkway, named by Nat Geo as the most beautiful road in the world.
Paddling in solitude under Alberta's golden skys.
My girlfriend and I spent the evening at Elk Island National Park to watch the Harvest Moon rise. This is one of @travelalberta lesser known national parks but I always find it refreshing to visit. Bison and elk freely roam within the boundaries and the sunsets are always epic! Don't forget about the lesser know places! Do some research and find unique locations wherever you go! It'll be worth it! .