Celtic Wiccan Belief Charms


Celtic Wiccan Belief Charms 

Designers and DIY crafters interested in Wiccan charms and Celtic charms for bracelets can always depend on Xinar.com’s extensive collection of Celtic charms for jewelry making and sterling silver Wiccan jewelry charms. In addition, Xinar is your top destination for various 925 sterling silver charms, including Wiccan luck charms, Wiccan protection charms, and more. Xinar’s silver charms are all proudly made in the USA. We love helping crafters attain their full potential, and your workbench will be that much better when you buy charms made with the lost wax casting method – the traditional way of making charms.

Celtic Bracelet Charms

Celtic bracelet charms naturally contain timeless Celtic symbols. Celtic symbols are well-known for being universally applicable. They have a broad reach, and anyone would be happy to receive Celtic bracelet charms as part of their jewelry. Xinar’s Celtic pendants for jewelry making are highly detailed, refined, and appropriate for any craft or design. Looking for the Celtic Tree of Life medal? We have it in our collection and so much more!

Wiccan Charms

Sterling silver Wiccan jewelry will never be complete without the appropriate Wiccan jewelry charms. Xinar has made it a point to provide the best assortment of charms for practitioners and crafters. You have plenty of options for making Wiccan jewelry in sterling silver, including Wiccan good luck charms, Wiccan protection charms, and Wiccan good luck charms.

Wicca is universal, so even if you aren’t a ‘full-time practitioner,’ there is no harm in surrounding yourself with different symbols that are just more emphasized in practice but are omnipresent in nearly all cultures. So, for example, the Celtic Tree of Life is known to the Wiccans, and they have ultimate respect for it, too.  

How do charms and talismans work?

A natural object is used as a charm in an amulet. There are a variety of amulets that can be used to ward off evil spirits: stones and crystals; fossils; bird feathers; four-leaf clovers; wood; nuts; shells; dried flowers or other herbs; and seeds.

The hag or holey stone is an excellent example of an amulet because it has a natural (not man-made) hole. For centuries, people have worn holey stones as amulets. Energy can be drawn or repelled through the holes, referred to as doorways or portals. For example, the holey stone can bring good fortune or bad luck, bring wealth or banish poverty, and so on. Many people use the holey stone to charge lunar power by gazing at the Moon. In addition, Holey stones are a standard divination tool in many cultures. Holey stones are used to see compelling visions and gain universal wisdom by peering through the hole.

In some fossils, such as the sand dollar, naturally occurring holes give them the same magical properties as a holey stone. Therefore, natural pentacles, such as sand dollars, have a special significance.

They can be found by accident, or they can be purchased with your own money.

A talisman is a magical charm made by the owner or purchased from a store. Talismans may contain natural elements, but they are a part of a human-made artifact, not the other way around.

There are many types of talismans, but the most powerful are those made by or acquired by the person they are intended to help. Put another way, a talisman and a spell are more effective if they are made by the person who needs them. Making your talisman is thought to be superior to purchasing a pre-made one because you can control its power.

Talismans are frequently carried or worn by Wiccans. Any of these materials, whether metal, wood, stone, paper, or any combination thereof, can be used to create talismans by engraving, carving, painting, or printing words, symbols, or other objects onto the surface. A person’s magical goal or intention is expressed in the words and symbols used. Metal disks (often wrought from copper) on a chain around the neck are common talismans.

What Do Wiccan Charms Look Like?

Below are examples of well-known symbols used in Wiccan or esoteric jewelry. 


Five-pointed star pentagrams have been around for thousands of years. Since then, it has taken on a slew of different connotations, applications, and representations. Since ancient times, a wide range of cultures have used the five-pointed star or pentagram. However, the pentagram is primarily associated with Western occult practices in Western society.

Occultists have long associated the pentagram with a variety of concepts, among them: human body or humanity encapsulated in a singular form, represented by the two arms outstretched, the head and the legs, and the five elements.

Lotus Flower

The Lotus flower symbolizes enlightenment, purity, regeneration of the self, and rebirth in many countries and cultures, particularly in eastern religions. In many ways, the Lotus is a perfect symbol of what it means to be human: even in the most polluted waters, its roots produce the most beautiful flower.

Eye of Horus

The Egyptian Eye of Horus is popular health, restoration, and protection symbol. Hathor resurrected Horus’ eye (which he lost in a fight). As a result, protective Wiccan amulets frequently featured the symbol.

Tarot Cards

A deck of cards known as the tarot is a popular tool for fortune-telling and other card games.

Late in the 14th or early 15th century, tarot cards were thought to have been invented in northern Italy. In the Visconti-Sforza deck, the oldest surviving collection, the figures participating in carnival parades have inspired the modern design.

Tarocchi, a popular card game in Europe, was popularized by these imaginative cards. In southern France, tarot became known as tarocchi, which came to be known. While images such as Death, the Hanged Man, and the Tower have appeared on the cards since the beginning. Notably, the occult significance of these images didn’t emerge until the 18th century.

Etteilla, a pseudonym for Jean-Baptiste Alliette, popularized tarot divination in France. Eliphas Lévi popularized the concept that tarot symbols were somehow linked to the Hebrew alphabet, and as a result, to the Jewish mystical tradition of kabbalah, through his writing.


Ancient Egypt’s most revered deity, Isis, Egyptian Aset, or Eset.

Isis” is derived from the ancient term for “throne.” Although she was initially a minor deity without a temple dedicated to her, Isis rose to prominence during the dynastic period and eventually became one of ancient Egypt’s most revered gods.

Her cult then spread during the Roman Empire, and Isis was revered from Afghanistan to England. Pagans continue to revere her to this day. Magical healer and mother, Isis served as a role model for all women and was revered in rites of passage for the dead.

When depicted in hieroglyphs, the goddess Isis was often depicted in royal regalia, including a sheath dress and either a throne sign or a disk of the sun and cow-horns on her head. In addition, she was depicted as a cow, sow, bird, or scorpion at various points in history.

Celtic Wiccan Belief Charms

Xinar is your top destination for various 925 sterling silver charms, including Wiccan luck charms, Wiccan protection charms, and more.

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Celtic Wiccan Belief Charms

Xinar is your top destination for various 925 sterling silver charms, including Wiccan luck charms, Wiccan protection charms, and more.

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