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yule 2009 altar main yule 2009 altar candlelit

Back, L-R: Goddess candle, awesome candle made by the awesome Brendan from Sydney’s Ostarian Grove, God candle.

Middle, L-R: Kuan Yin statue surrounded by sodalite, amethyst, moonstone & blue lace agate, with a rose-quartz carved rabbit (a gift from a lovely girl with whom I went to school) in front. A very winter-y candle holder with a white lotus candle, and my amethyst rosary draped around it. My faithful old pine-cone (still have yet to find a decent depiction of the Lord, which I’m willing to have on my altar) surrounded by amber, with a hematite Sun-God charm in front.

Front, L-R: raw rose quartz, polished amethyst thumbstone and a rhodonite love-heart (gift from my Grandmother). Pentacle incense burner, on a Sun-God altar plaque (actually a coaster, but awesome :P). Natural citrine (it’s not as yellow as in the photograph, my camera does strange things with colour) generator, polished garnet, and a small jar of garnets.

Gratuitous “artsy” shot:

artsy

As always, questions and comments are welcome!

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Comments on: "Winter Solstice/Alban Arthan 2009 Altar" (2)

  1. Why hello thar fellow Old Irish scholar. My LJ is in this here ‘website’ typing box thingy.

  2. Dana Everard said:

    Lovely images. Your post reminds me how often I forget the importance of beauty we create in our lives, as well as beauty we encounter in nature. Both are necessary, and one can jumpstart the other.

    Blessings,

    Dana

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