The mortar and pestle set is a handy tool that many Pagans and other folks use for grinding and blending herbs and dried ingredients together during a magical working.
The mortar, which is shaped like a bowl and the pestle is shaped like a baseball bat, which is held in the hand, is often roughened to aid in the grinding and crushing of herbs, resins, or whatever else you may be working with.
The Triple Moon is used in Pagan and Wiccan teachings. It represents the threefold nature of the Goddess: As maiden, mother and crone.
The Maiden is the youngest aspect of the Goddess and is represented by the waxing moon, related with discovery and most creative aspects of our personality. The Mother represents ripeness, fertility, sexuality, fulfillment, stability, power and life and is represented by the full moon. The Crone represents wisdom, repose, death, and endings represented by the waning moon.
The pentacle is perhaps one of the most recognizable symbols that Wiccans and Pagans use. The base symbol is the five-pointed star, which can be drawn non-stop without lifting pen from paper. Enclosing the pentacle is often a circle. For many Wiccans and Pagans the pentacle is a symbol that represents magic and magical workings as a whole. For others it’s used as a talisman, a connection to the divine, to open and close circles and a myriad of other ritual uses.
*Measures approximately 2.5 inches tall and diameter is 3.5 inches