Raven Skull Sphere Holder
Holder only. Does not include sphereThe magic of working with skull carvings: Skull carvings are harnessing the powers of ancestral connection and the ancient wisdom of your spirit guides all at once! Working with skull energy and carvings allows you the ability to simultaneously honor your loved ones and departed friends, as well as draw the magical healing energy of these stones into your work! Skull carvings are incredibly magical divination tools for us to use because skulls are our esoteric companions. It is believed by some cultures that our skulls are keepers of secrets, able to hold on to and call upon lessons they learned during their lifetime, and able to transfer that information to others. They impart wisdom to us from elder spirits during divination work. During the shadow season, taking place in the fall and winter seasons, these are excellent companion tools to hold in your hands during your meditation to download secret knowledge and tools that they possess, and call upon spirit.If you are looking for the perfect, unique holder for one of your crystal spheres, this piece may be for you! We are always adding beautiful sphere holders to our inventory to honor and display your sacred gifts, your treasures from the earth for the world to see! Spheres are highly regarded here at Practical Magic because they radiate energy outward in all directions, changing the energetic vibration in your space and setting the mood! Don’t forget to get yourself a beautiful new gemstone sphere to accompany such a new, unique sphere holder! It’s important to make sure that wherever you display your precious gems, you do so in a way that they are safe and protected, because we know how much you love them! We are constantly looking for new ways to help you display your magic, and their safety is our highest priority! Radiate the energy of your crystal babies in all sacred directions when you work with spheres in your magical work! Don’t forget to add pictures to our Practical Magic Store Crystal Group on Facebook, so we can all see your new pieces and how you’ve chosen to display them!