Vegvisir/Ægishjálmr triple candle holder
Vegvisir/Ægishjálmr triple candle holder
Vegvisir/Ægishjálmr triple candle holder
Vegvisir/Ægishjálmr triple candle holder
Vegvisir/Ægishjálmr triple candle holder

Vegvisir/Ægishjálmr triple candle holder

Regular price $24.95

Adorn your altar space with handmade candle holders. Add texture and create a set mood for your ritual workings and home.

Benefits of using candle holders:

  • Keeps ritual space clean and wax free
  • Adds unique personal texture to altar
  • Help you to interact with your chosen deities
  • Perfect addition as home décor item

Dimensions: 12 x 3.5 inches

Learn more about pagan ritual tools here here:

https://oreamnosoddities.com/blogs/news/magical-tools-in-paganism

MADE IN THE USA

**THIS ITEM IS MADE TO ORDER. Please allow 1 week production time. **

**This candle holder has a Helm Of Awe and Vegvsir hand engraved into it.**

**A Vegvísir is an icelandic stave intended to help the bearer find their way through rough weather. The symbol is attested in the huld manuscript, collected in Iceland by Geir Vigfusson in 1880 (but consisting of material of earlier origin). A leaf of the manuscript provides an image of the vegvísir, gives its name, and, in prose, declares that "if this sign is carried, one will never lose one's way in storms or bad weather, even when the way is not known".**

**The Helm of Awe or Helm of Terror (Ægishjálmr) is an Icelandic magical stave. A physical object called "Helm of Terror" is referenced as one item Sigurd takes from the dragon Fafnir's hoard after he slays him in Völsunga saga.

An ancient Norse symbol that goes by a few names, the Helm of Awe, Aegishjalmur, Viking Compass, coming from the Viking era. The name Aegishjalmur is derived from the God of the ocean of Jotunheim, Aegir. Jotunheim is the land of the frost giants, one of the nine realms of Norse mythology. In the Poetic Edda, the Helm of Awe makes an appearance when the dragon Fafnir claims that he derives invincibility from bearing the symbol.

 

The Helm of Awe

I wore before the sons of men

In defense of my treasure;

Amongst all, I alone was strong,

I thought to myself,

For I found no power a match for my own.

 

In the Viking era, some would wear the symbol between their brows as a sign of strength in battle, believing, like the dragon Fafnir, that it would grant them victory in battle. The trident looking arms of the symbol are Z runes which symbolize protection and victory in battle. The Helm of Awe was also said to provide mental and spiritual protection as well as physical. The circle in the center is meant to symbolize the protection of those bearing the Helm of Awe.**

**I recommend cleansing and consecrating your candle holder if used in ritual and to not allow others to handle it.**

**All wood working at Oreamnos Oddities is done from scratch and by hand. Rachel makes every item from the ground up and never purchase pre-made wood cuts for her designs. Each item is created on site, is hand sanded and all finishing work is also done by hand.**

**All designs engraved within the wood are all done entirely by hand. You will never find laser engraved wood working from Oreamnos Oddities. Since most of our pieces will be used within ritual we want to keep every item involved and create every aspect of it by hand. In doing so we believe the God's will thank us and this will further your skill within your own ritual practices. It is important when purchasing ritual tools that they are created in this way rather than mass produced.**