According to long-time Witch and Country Dweller knowledge, this rare Fairy Note or Fairy Writing Rock is found along natural river shorelines. This particular one came from the banks of the Colorado River. A Fairy Note Rock is a type of igneous rock included with crystals of what is usually Feldspar in patterns resembling the script of the land’s good neighbors (fairy). These stones are untouched by man. They are naturally river tumbled. They are sometimes called “frogs” because they are found sitting on top of river rocks. Fairy Note rocks are said to offer help to access information whether it be from dreams, ancient sacred texts, Akashic records, or other divination, by providing clarity in translation. It is a stone to support dream work, helping us into the dream state and to direct our dreams. Use on your altar, your tarot table, bedside, or keep on your person for clarity of intuition and universal messaging. This particular one fits in your hand as if it was a natural writing stone; makes for nice comfort as you meditate with it.
This rock was traded for other gifts to the fae under the New Moon in Capricorn, as well as when first obtained under the Full Worm Moon of March 2020. They leave their mystical messages and energies embedded in these unusual rocks. Working with the energy of this stone is very powerful even for the most experienced practitioner. Be sure to ground and center before use.
There’s only one of these in my shop, so if you’re interested, I suggest you head over to the Magical Flea Market on Etsy today!
As a witch in my crone phase, I am fairly routine in my days. Each morning I go into my studio and I visit my altar. I light a candle, ring a bell or burn some incense, attend to any spell work I have going on, and pull a Rune or Oracle card, or other divination. That sets me up to continue with my morning routine, which normally then includes morning pages journaling and yoga — Sun Salutations if I’m pressed for time.
My evening routine is fairly set, too. After taking care of all the physical needs before bed, I often meditate, and pull a good pick-me-up from my inspiration jar (aka Divine Affirmation Jar). They have little messages from source — divined during a special Beltane Ritual — to realign me on my path and pick me up when the day has been particularly hard. It’s amazing when you pause, focus, and say, “What do I need to know?” How simple slips of paper nudged by Source can bring you right back in a good head space.
Recently I learned that this is kind of an old-fashioned bit of magic that is making a resurgence. That serendipitous knowledge led me to makes these Divine Affirmation Jars to spread that positivity around. As we shake off Mercury Retrograde, these little pretties seemed to be perfect to redirect us towards our goals and keep us smiling and reassured.
Get one for yourself and your bestie, so you’re both glowing in inspiration and aspiration!
These spell bottles represents some very Old World magic which still applies in the modern world, especially where we want to protect our homes and sacred spaces from negative elements and energies. These include protective crystals, natural elements, man-made elements, herbs, and infused with old crone magic and charged with full moon energy (Jan. 2021). Each bottle has a different bindrune (magical/spiritual sigil) and the curator chooses based on the energy she feels for you. The bottle is sealed with wax and stamped with a Vegvigsir. Your purchase includes a detailed list of ingredients and suggestions on placement.
Galentine’s / Valentine’s / Mentine’s — whatever you call it is coming up this weekend and there’s still time to give yourself, a beloved, or bestie a little token of magic and love. This is our featured item this week in the Magical Flea Market. Vintage. Cleansed. Charged. and ready to grace the neckline of its new owner.