Tonight we held our annual Midsommer ritual for the Vanic Conspiracy. I was prompted to bring along the box of devotional and prayer necklaces I have for sale.
While I had everyone together, the group poured healing blessings into the available Spoon Jewelry. One of our members, who is also trained in BTW, observed that tonight is a waxing moon and perfect for healing spells – so much the better!
The healing we’ve charged them up with is specifically not Reiki because I know that some people don’t do well with Reiki. I have still not anointed any of them with healing spell oil either, because I know some folks have fragrance allergies. Either or both of these can be added to any of these pieces if the new owner would benefit from them, for no additional charge.
The spoon bracelet Valhalla’s Pledge, which I suspected would go to an ailing veteran has indeed been sent on to its proper home. Weyland’s Gift and Rose Spoon are still available, with pictures below to remind you. And here’s a sneak-peak of the last spoon pendant from this batch, as well, which is not yet blessed.
($20) CLAIMED!: A twisted iron salt-spoon smithed from a lucky horseshoe nail is suspended from tightly-woven thick black cord hand-wound into a decorative bumblebee knot. ~22″ inner diameter at largest. Knot and spoon hang down ~3″.
Blessed by the waxing moon at midsummer with healing energy for whoever wears it.
($80) SOLD!: Large rose quartz rounds alternate with medium pale quartz rounds and silvery hollow-metal spacers. Two large vintage ceramic tubes decorated with delicate pale lavender-pink rosebuds frame an ornate, silvery spoon pendant. Pearl knotted by hand on a double-strand of sturdy beading cord, with finished ends, and a fishhook clasp. ~24.5″
Blessed by the waxing moon at midsummer with healing plant energy of rose, blackberry, and rosemary, for whoever wears it!
All prices include shipping for North American buyers. International buyers, we’d need to discuss shipping costs.
To purchase either of these pieces, email me at Ember Outreach at Gmail dot Com with your mailing address, and selection.
Payment is via PayPal. 🙂
** “Why a spoon, cousin?” you may ask. Read The Spoon Theory written by Christine Miserandino to find out more!