Union of Osiris and Isis, lotus, wheat, scarab, sun disk, and owl are wood burned by hand for everlasting beauty.
This is a hand crafted altar that will last for generations, similar to items we found in grandma's attic.
Beautiful hand made altar that embraces the symbolism of Egyptian paths.
This Altar is hand crafted by DragonOak, "one who walks the pagan path". DragonOak has studied methods of divination for over 20 years and now brings forth handcrafted items that are fitting for the field of divination.
DragonOak's altars are fitting for all pagan, wiccan, druid, nordic and witchcraft paths.
WHAT DO I PUT ON MY WITCHES ALTAR
There are no specific rules that you must follow. Choices will vary across different pagan paths, you deity, and your own preferences. If you are a member of a coven, or unity group, the decision may be a group effort. The altar is divided into two sides, however there appears to be a variation in which side is Goddess and which is God (some relegate the right side, facing your altar, to the Goddess; others feel it is appropriate for the Goddess to be on the left side, when facing the altar, meaning she is on the right side from her perspective). To help guide you along the way, I provide you with a guide list of possible choices. You may feel comfortable with some or all of them.
Goddess and God Symbols: These can be statues, stones, plants, shells and feathers, or anything that represents the Goddess and God for you, (on a discussion group altar once we used a small toy stuffed owl, and stuffed deer). DragonOak wood-burns a triple moon and horned god symbol on all his Wiccan Altars. Usually there is a Goddess candle on your altar, which represents the Goddess (candle colors are usually white or silver), and a God candle can be added (usually green or gold).
Chalice or Cup: This is placed on the Goddess side of your altar. It may contain wine or water and is sometimes used for scying.
Bell: The bell is used to begin and end a ritual. It can be a standard bell, chimes, or a gong type or glass with a small mallot. This is also placed on the Goddess side of your altar.
Athame: Pronounced ath-a-may and being placed on the God side of your altar. Traditionally this was a black handled double edge knife about 6â€