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January Birthstone: Garnet

Garnet, January’s birthstone, has been worn for centuries as a protective and powerful talisman. It grounds spirit forces within the body, and helps in the ability to work lovingly here on the earth plane. Yet, Garnet is a sensual stone. It represents primordial fire, the creation of the world out of chaos, purification and love. It is a stone of strong, intense feelings.    Read more > or view our Garnet Collection




The Birch Tree: Celtic Tree Zodiac for January

For six months, light has been decreasing, leading up to the solstice, the darkest time of year. Some of us have perhaps spent a few days reflecting upon the essence of what has been garnered over the past season. It is just a few days after the winter solstice, but this time is a major shift for those who attuned their spiritual life closely to the movement of earth and light.    Read more >


Cernunnos: Antlered God of Power and Blessing

Cernunnos is the antlered god, part man and part stag. He is born on the darkest day of the year, winter solstice, and marries the goddess of spring, Beltane. About six months later, on summer solstice, he dies. In Celtic lore, he is often depicted sitting cross legged—the position of a meditator, or teacher. Among pagans, he is considered the god of fertility, animals, and wealth, and the underworld.    Read more >


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