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This athame, perfect for traditional witchcraft, ceremonial high magick and wicca was crafted from a single piece of copper bar. 8.5 inches in total length, of which the blade is 4 inches.
The handle is hand gathered and carved Birch, sacred to Venus and Aphrodite and Freya and all goddesses of love and healing. Birch is the first tree to grow after a forest fire and symbolizes recovery, regeneration and rebirth. The perfect wood for goddess work and spells for love, self love, healing, regeneration, fertility, lust and desire.
The chevron tipped copper blade has been patterned on both sides with Paul's signature Ripples finish and further detailed on the front with The Helm Of Awe, a sigil representing the Algiz witch rune 8 times.
Paul cuts all the wood himself. He asks and blesses the tree first and assures the tree that it’s gift will be used to create beautiful heirloom ritual tools. The tree is cut with sharp tree snips to ensure the tree is not damaged and will continue to thrive. After a year or more of seasoning, Paul hand carves the handles himself and sands them to a fine furniture finish of 400 grit. The handle is then oiled with our Luna Ignis anointing oils to make the grain pop and to protect the wood.
Unique hand made heirloom quality athame by our pagan blacksmith. Paul is a practitioner of traditional witchcraft and ceremonial magick.
Copper is sacred to all goddesses of love, fertility, sex, lust and healing! Copper is warm and gorgeous and sensual. Sacred to Aphrodite, Venus, Hathor, Freya and all goddesses of love and fertility! The perfect goddess athame for followers of the goddesses of love. Perfect for rituals and spells of healing, love, self love, regeneration, recovery, lust and desire!
In Ceremonial magick and some witchcraft traditions the dagger or athame represents the element of air and therefore used to control, banish, or destroy.
In some Wicca traditions the athame represents the element of fire and is perfect for a weapon of manifestation and circle casting.