Samhain Kit

Samhain Kit

$38.00Price

Samhain: a divination kit for the thinning of the veil


Samhain, pronounced “sah-win,” also known as Witch’s New Year, is honored from sunset on October 31st to Sunset on Nov 1st. Samhain is traditionally a Gaelic festival marking the end of the harvest season and the beginning of winter or the "darker half" of the year. It is also seen as a liminal time, when the boundary between this world and the Otherworld is more easily be crossed. For many traditions, Samhain is a time to reconnect with our ancestors, and honor those who have died. This is the time when the veil between our world and the spirit realm is thin, so it's the perfect time of year to make contact with your ancestors and spirit guides.

 

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In your kit you will find:

Wood Pendulum filled with herbs

Pendulum Mat designed by Lake Witch

Black Candle

Handmade Lake Erie Driftwood Candle holder

Black Tourmaline

Mugwort Smoke Wand

Ritual Bath Salts

 

Lake Witch is located on the shore of Lake Erie in Lakewood, Ohio. We've always been drawn to water and inspired by the natural beauty of the lakefront. All of our spell kits and wears are meticulously handcrafted with care in our studio using all organic and ethically sourced herbs and stones when possible.

Legally we must say: For entertainment purposes only. All items in this online store catalog are sold as CURIOS ONLY. We make no actual claims nor guarantee any supernatural or magical or medicinal qualities for any product. The names and alleged powers are gathered from books, folklore, and various occult sources.

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Legally we must say: For entertainment purposes only. All items in this online store catalog are sold as CURIOS ONLY. We make no actual claims nor guarantee any supernatural or magical or medicinal qualities for any product. The names and alleged powers are gathered from books, folklore, and various occult sources.