Červené Wabaki

Červené Wabaki

Červené Wabaki
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Troll Cross Necklace Vikings Protection Pagan by WearTheRare

Shop for troll on Etsy, the place to express your creativity through the buying and selling of handmade and vintage goods.

Mandala Stone by Kimberly Vallee: Hand painted with acrylic and protected with a matt finish, each stone is 2.5"-3" diameter and is one-of-a-kind.

Mandala Stone by Kimberly Vallee: Hand painted with acrylic and protected with a matt finish, each stone is diameter and is one-of-a-kind.

The weekend is almost here and we want to make it sweeter for you. Coming from the East we have a set of wonderful hand-drawn mandalas to spice up your designs. You can use them in flyers and boards. (Pro-tip: they look great in clothes!). If you still want more, check out all the vector mandalas we have for you in Freepik! Here you have a sneak-peek of this free set:

The weekend is almost here and we want to make it sweeter for you. Coming from the East we have a set of wonderful hand-drawn mandalas to spice up your designs. You can use them in flyers and boards. (Pro-tip: they look great in clothes! If you still wa

Ok- vegvisir and the helm of awe stacked, ~3-4" long on my ribs. Finally, an idea that doesn't clash with my other ink!

The vegvisir, a Nordic/Icelandic compass rune, worn by travelers to keep them from getting lost. Aegishjalmur (Helm of awe); to induce fear and to protect against abuse of power.

The Sigil of Saint Michael is a simple symbol. Shortly after the Invocation to Saint Michael the Archangel was translated into English and Spanish(It must be said in Latin for the full effect).However, despite the simplicity, this sigil is one of the most powerful forms of protection out there. It basically acts as a shield, preventing negative entities from making direct contact(or energy-based contact) with you. No matter how you apply it to your body, it offers the same protection.

The Sigil of Saint Michael(seen above) is a simple symbol. Yet, it was removed from popular Catholic knowledge ages ago. Shortly after the Invocation to Saint Michael the Archangel was translated into.