Copper and Apple Lilith Athame Cunning Craft

$125.00 $93.75
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Hand crafted unique artisan copper Lilith athame or witches dagger, made by our pagan blacksmith for traditional witchcraft, wicca, the occult and magick. Made with copper, this is an heirloom quality ritual tool and weapon. The handle is hand carved.
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This athame, perfect for traditional witchcraft, ceremonial high magick  and wicca was crafted from a single piece of copper bar and stamped with the sigil of Lilith. 10 inches in total length, of which the blade is 4.5 inches.

This is also part of Paul’s “Cunning craft” range of budget friendly but still gorgeous heirloom quality witchcraft tools….

The handle gorgeous Michigan apple with pink and red streaks! When Paul was carving the first one he felt compelled to make the point of the handle sharp…. When Lilith is your muse it is best to listen…. 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 Lilith anointing oil 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 Lilith, Aphrodite, Venus, Hathor, Freya and all goddesses of love and fertility! The perfect goddess athame for followers of the dark goddess!

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.

Lilith is one of the most popular dark goddesses in modern witchcraft, wicca and the occult.

She is one of the most powerful yet misunderstood deities in the Jewish tradition. Her name is Lady Lilith, and she is considered to be the first woman God ever created.

However, she was cast out from Heaven due to her unsubmissive nature. She refused to lie below Adam in sex and demanded to be on top. Nowadays, Lilith, for some,  is a controversial figure. On the one hand, some consider Lilith a primordial demon and an evil force that inspires fear. In fact, it was common for people in Israel to wear amulets to protect themselves against Lilith. On the other hand, she is revered and adored by her followers, who consider her the first feminist to have ever existed.

The truth is that Lilith’s nature is complex and dual, and she has often been misunderstood and vilified.

Lady Lilith is strongly associated with power, femininity, sexuality, independence, and the Night. In fact, she is the archetype of Dark Femininity. She has many names besides Lilith. Some of them are Satrina, Ita, Kali, Batna, Talto, Abito, Amizo, Izorpo, Kokos, Odam, Podo, Eilo, Patrota, Abeko, Kea, and Partasha.

Lady Lilith was present in the ancient Sumerian culture. Her name derives from the ancient Sumerian word “lil?tu”, a term for female demons. She was a bird-serpent Goddess related to childbirth and early childhood, and she helped nurse children.

Some sources claim she was the goddess of fertility and agriculture. The figure of Lilith was known in Israel, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. People associated her with sexuality, magic, and chaos. The mythical figure of Lilith also gave way to the first stories about vampirism.