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Autumn Equinox Altar

Wishing everyone here in the Southern Hemisphere a blessed and merry Mabon/Alban Elfed. So, after a brief interlude of not having an altar, due to space constraints, I’ve set up a smaller one. Starting with the celebration one of my favourite Sabbats, Alban Elfed, or the Autumnal Equinox.


At the back, on the left, is a cast iron cauldron (filled with 7 pieces each of citrine, amethyst and smokey quartz). I’ve gone with the theme of citrine/amethyst/smokey quartz to honour the concept of ‘dynamic balance’ that occurs at the two Equinoxes. To me, these three stones each represent the concept of balance without stagnation, and when combined they also balance one another, energetically. I also have a generator of each of these stones in the middle of the altar.

The small, tumbled, crystals in the middle are, from left to right: ametrine, lithium quartz, a Shiva Lingam, kunzite/spodumene, and another piece of ametrine. All of these relate to the above notes.

Questions and/or comments are welcomed. πŸ™‚


Comments on: "Autumn Equinox Altar" (2)

  1. I have a friend who bought black soap and shea butter from an african “witch doctor” at a regea (sp?) festival yesterday. after using them she has had some serious spiritual events borderline possession. if you know of any relation between african dark magic and possession/ curses please contact me. i can explain in detail all of the strange occurances and attacks. my email is j68plus1@gmail please any info you can offer could be vital to her health and well being. by the way my name is jason. i hope to hear from you

  2. I love looking at the alters you have set up, I have thought about setting up something small at home but don’t know where to start πŸ™‚

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