Wiccan Southwestern & Floral


Wiccan Southwestern & Floral

Bring magic, beauty, and intrigue to your charm bracelets, earrings, vintage jewelry, and Wiccan jewelry creations with Xinar’s Wiccan Southwestern and floral charms! Our collection of Wiccan jewelry charms is unequaled in their beauty and detail – you will be delighted by each design as you enrich your workbench with the exact pendants and symbols you need to bring your Wiccan creations to life.

Xinar has been selling high-quality charms, beads, and findings in semi-precious metals for over twenty years. We fully support DIY crafters’ artistic vision and creativity, and we are the springboard of countless creators over the decades as they explore the beauty of DIY jewelry crafting from the comfort of their home workshops. So whether you are a seasoned jewelry designer or someone just starting with crafting, there is always something in our online charms store to explore.  

Choose from a growing collection of Wiccan Southwestern charms and floral charms and complete your best designs efficiently. Add unique silver pendants like the sunflower, black onyx spider, silver fairy in the moon, and the pentagram.

What Does Wicca Mean?

Wicca is a modern, nature-focused pagan religion. According to most Wiccan traditions, celebrations of solstices and equinoxes, honoring male and female deities, and rituals that incorporate natural elements such as herbs are every day are the most critical aspects of this system.

In addition, many Wiccans believe in reincarnation and practice their religion following an ethical code.

While some Wiccans claim to have direct ancestry to pre-Christian practices, Wicca is the modern explanation of those customs. Wiccan is practiced by individuals and organizations (sometimes known as covens). Wicca, like Druidism, has a significant environmental element and is regarded as the spiritual encouragement for the goddess progression. It’s not uncommon for individuals and groups practicing Wicca to worship both a female goddess and a male deity, a practice known as duotheism.

Those who follow a Wiccan path may reject the supernatural in favor of a pantheistic, polytheistic, or atheist approach, or they may revere deities as archetypal symbols rather than actual beings. Nevertheless, some of the most common practices in Wicca include celebrations of solar equinox and solstices, elements like fire, water, and earth, as well as initiation rituals.

Originally referred to as “wica” in Gerald Gardner’s 1954 book Witchcraft Today, the extra “c” was added in the sixties.

As a work of fiction and a sourcebook for Wiccan rituals, Gardner’s 1949 fantasy novel High Magic’s Aid is widely regarded as a seminal work in the history of religion. Wiccan initiates had to obtain a copy of the book in the 1940s and 1950s.

With heavy feminism and environmental activism, the American version of Wicca was transformed from a magic-based pagan system with British roots to a nature-based spiritual movement in the 1970s. As a result, English religion was eventually influenced.

During the seventies and eighties, women who had been drawn to Wicca by its female goddesses were confronted with a misogynist reality. The Susan B. Anthony coven was founded in 1971 by Wiccan activist Z. Budapest. This coven practiced Dianic Wicca in particular, a matriarchal lunar worship system.

Budapest was the birthplace of the Feminist Book of Shadows, a groundbreaking work of feminist literature. From Budapest’s coven, several other feminist covens were born. Dettmer v. Landon, a 1986 US case, recognized Wicca as an official religion in the United States.

Wiccan Herbert Daniel Dettmer, who was incarcerated, was denied access to objects used in Wiccan rituals. Wicca was subsequently granted the First Amendment protection by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.

After a Texas school board tried to stop a Wiccan student from wearing her jewelry and black clothing, she sought the help of the ACLU. The board had a change of heart. When a judge ruled that divorced Wiccans could not teach their faith to their offspring, the Indiana Civil Liberties Union fought back.

What Do Wiccan Symbols Mean?


Wicca places great emphasis on the moon. The Moon Goddess and Horned God are the two most important deities in Wicca. However, the Triple Moon, also known as the Three Goddesses symbol, is the most significant when it comes to Wicca.

The Moon Goddess is often portrayed as a young woman. She then matures to a mother before growing old and becoming a hag. Wicca believed that these phases represent the phases of a woman’s life cycle, which are all closely linked to the moon.

There are two crescent moons (one waxing, one waning) on either side of the full moon in the Triple Moon representation. In addition, some Wiccan symbols aren’t just for Wicca practitioners, like this one. For example, the triple goddess moon is a common symbol in paganism.

The Seax Wica, designed by Raymond Buckland in the 1970s, is another critical Wiccan moon symbol. There are eight major Wiccan celebrations, which take place throughout the year and are primarily linked to solstices and the natural change of season, depicted in this symbol’s sun and moon circles.

The Horned Deity

After the Moon Goddess, Wicca’s second primary deity is the Horned Deity or God, the male counterpart. According to Buddhist tradition, the three stages of a woman’s life cycle correspond to the three stages of a man’s life cycle. Full moons with crescent moons on top are the most common depiction of the Horned God in folklore. Horned helmets and men are other common representations of the Horned God.

The Triquetra or Trinity Knot

In Wicca, the Triquetra, or Trinity Knot, serves as a symbol of the three-fold path. This is a symbol that Wicca shares with Christianity. It’s a three-leaf symbol that’s interlocked. It’s possible that it originated in Celtic or Irish cultures, but its origins are hazy.

Trinity knots are often linked to the three most important aspects of life – earth, water, and fire. Ancient Nordic systems and Celtic religion both have symbols of a trinity, but the significance of those symbols remains a mystery.

The Witch’s Charm

Another common Wiccan symbol is the Witch’s Charm, also known as the Witch’s Knot. Ironically, the emblem was probably first sculpted over doorways as a charm to ward off witches and other evil spirits. Wiccans use it to identify themselves, but it has no active religious significance. With four ovals in the shape of a cross on top of it, it appears to be a moon.

Wiccan Southwestern & Floral

Bring magic, beauty, and intrigue to your charm bracelets, earrings, vintage jewelry, and Wiccan jewelry creations with Xinar's Wiccan Southwestern and floral charms!

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Wiccan Southwestern & Floral

Bring magic, beauty, and intrigue to your charm bracelets, earrings, vintage jewelry, and Wiccan jewelry creations with Xinar's Wiccan Southwestern and floral charms!

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