- FAERY STAR Elven Pendant in .925 Sterling SILVER - Septagram.
- Fae Elf Magick Pendant Pagan Jewelry.
- Handcrafted in solid .925 Sterling Silver.
- Smaller version is 1 3/4" inch, including the bail. Larger version is 2 1/8 inches.
- Features 8 Rainbow Moonstone gemstones.
The seven points of the Elven Faery Star represent the Sun, the Forest, the Sea, Magick, the Moon, the Wind, and Spirit.
The septagram, or Faery Star, is also used instead of, or with the Pentagram, by many Faery and Celtic-based traditions. The seven points represent the Sun, the Forest, the Sea, Magick, the Moon, the Wind, and Spirit. The following are the seven points of "Elven" or "Faery" Magick.
Point 1: The Sun. There is apparent fire elemental symbolism here, but also a more specific symbolism relevant to the septagram. The sun is the primary force of life and creation on Earth or most any other world. Without it, elven and humanoid life as we know it would not exist. Its influence affects us in uncountable ways, ranging from climate to psychology to its interaction with other bodies in our system. At the same time, there are the magical symbols associated with the sun: life, energy, creation, fertility, power – but at the same time remember that the sun has its negative aspects as well: drought, extreme heat, radiation, cancer, and so forth.
Point 2: The Wood. Most elves feel a deep connection to forests and woods in general. Trees are considered kin, cousins and brothers. Elves can see a deep secret hidden in the branches of trees, and understand the power and nature of trees and woods. There is also earth elemental symbolism here.
Point 3: The Sea. Many elves also have a connection to the sea, and water elemental powers are very strong naturally. Some may be reluctant to know the sea or feel it, perhaps forgetting the ocean as one of the great forces of many worlds.
Point 4: The Magic. Magic is integral to the lives of all elves, whether it be the simple but profound magic of a snowflake or the more involved (for the elf perhaps) magic of rhymes, runes, visions, and such. It is not only a matter of understanding magic, but of living magic.
Point 5: The Moon. Just as the sun is responsible for our existence, so too does the moon have almost as important a role. Consider how different Earth would be without the moon: to light the dark night skies; to affect the weather and tides with it gravity (it is in many ways a contributor to the dynamic nature of our weather patterns); and even the magical and physiological effects upon us and others. Without its effects, the cycles of life in our oceans might not have occurred – or at least, not have occurred as we have known them to. The way life on Earth exists now is due directly to the moon.
Point 6: The Wind. Many elves also have a strong connection to the wind and air elementals in general. At the same time, the wind is responsible for helping germinate the world’s plants and forests – it is the essence of weather, and so much more.
Point 7: Connection. Ultimately, elves must remember the idea of Connection – of our connection to ourselves, others, the world, the land, reality, magic, and the universe. We are creatures of connection, and our power is tied to our connections to all things. This point is the aspiration perhaps of the other points, just as the fifth point of spirit is the aspiration of the pentagram and humanity.