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September Birthstone: Sapphire

An old Vedic story from India describes the demon god, Vela, ripped apart by demigods. His primordial body tumbled through time and space to the solidity of earth, shattering, like glass. His eyes, cobalt globes of fire and fury, broke apart in a million pieces, many of which landed in the village of Ratna Purna, Sri Lanka—where even today we source our ethically mined sapphires from a cooperative of small-scale miners.    Read more > or view our Sapphire Collection



The Vine: Celtic Tree Zodiac for September

September, called Muin by the Celts, is the time of the vine. The vine itself is like a green fuse, rising up from the Mother with intensity. Fast growing, prolific, intimately connected to whatever it touches; each type of vine has a certain energetic perspective. Poison ivy, for example, is not the same as a grape vine. Yet they both have in common a certain virility and fertility.    Read more >


Mabon: Celebrating Balance

Happy Mabon, the Celtic celebration of the Autumn Equinox. The Druids call this celebration "Mea'n Fo'mhair," and honor the The Green Man, the God of the Forest, by offering libations to trees. Offerings of ciders, wines, herbs and fertilizer are appropriate at this time. As an equinox celebration, Mabon (like Ostara) focuses on balance because this is one of the few times throughout the year that true balance can be observed in nature. Day and night are equal.    Read more >


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