Wood handle sickle with black magical symbols. This small metal sickle was used by the Druids & other Pre~Christian Religions. Used to Harvest SAP Rich Plants that You did Not Want Running All Over Your Fingers & Hands.
Horn and Bone Items Horns are obviously valued as symbols of the Horned One, active force and opposing virtues - day-night, birth-death, male-female etc. To many Cornish Crafters, horns have been representative of both male and female forces - being both phallic and often crescent in form.
Primrose Hill: A plaque atop the hill commemorates the Welsh Druid priest who first called the meeting in 1717 – and William Blake, who was part of the Druid order, has had his poetic words inscribed in stone on the hill.
10 Important Traditional Witches Eleanor “Ray” Bone In Triumph of the Moon Ronald Hutton writes that the generally positive depictions of Witches in the English Press after Gardner’s passing were due to: “the efforts of three high priestesses