Wands

This section of our website has been dead for too long and it is with joy that we finally present you our first pair of magical Wands. The two wands we begin with are quite different from each other, due to their origin and character. Both are hand-crafted from wood we have harvested by ourself on special occasions and are part of a row different wands we are currently working on. Please read the descriptions for each and if you find one these would resonate with yourself and your work you can get in touch via  info@teufelskunst.com and we sort out the details concerning payment and shipping.

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Rowan Wand for the Urban Witch

The wand has three points and receives its character for once from its origin and secondly from a rich dark pattern caused by age and environmental influences. It was harvested from a solitary Rowan tree, which stood strong admidst a gathering of beton at a large traffic intersection in town. From its location the tree’s spirit could observe the fast moving nature of city life and radical changes in history and culture, yet it ever remained there as a silent observer, untouched and unmoved by the happenings around it, a symbol of strength and souvereignity, which would shine in deep green and bright red colors within an otherwise gray scenery. Another interesting aspect of this wand is its two-sided nature arising from its distinctive pattern and coloring: the bottom side is of a darker hue and has a rich pattern whilst the top is of a light-yellow color. The wand could be viewed as unifying opposites of light and dark, positive and negative, active and passive in a single magical weapon. The whirls and banding remind of olive wood, but with a red hue. The wand has a very smooth surface (in harmony with the royal nature of this wood) and has been oiled with almond oil, which brought out the wonderful dark pattern even more. The photos actually do not do it justice. The wand measures 43 cm (17”) in length and the handle is 2,2 cm (0,9”) in diameter. It feels wonderful to hold and is a pleasure for the tactile senses. Possible applications would be healing and protection magic, wisdom work, contacting the ancestral spirit world (particularly for those who lived an urban live) and meditation. Due to its origin it bears also associations with urban history, culture and theatres. Origin: Dresden

Price: 49 EUR

Status: AVAILABLE

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Pyracantha Snake Wand

pyracantha – thorny shrub of the apple family, from Modern Latin genus name Pyracantha, from Greek pyrakantha (Dioscorides), from pyr- “fire” + akantha “thorn, thorny plant,” from the root ak- “sharp, pointed”

The Wand is crafted from Firethorn wood, resembling the shape of a snake, and has been oiled with almond oil. It measures 45 cm in length and the handle ca. 2 cm in diameter. It is a small, handsome, inconspicuous, elegant piece, which was harvested from a special location. Due to its origin it bears invisible connections to the realm of the Dead. It is an overall benific wand, not fundamentally inimical but certainly fiery and spirited in character, which possesses also the power to bolster a curse and unleash a blazing attack against an enemy, when it is needed. It would fit to a bantam and vivacious person, and would be applied foremost in protection and/or defense spellwork, magic involving the element fire, heating up a spell and would constitute a lovely fetish in the hands of fire, serpent and thorn fetishists. In inverse magic the wand could also aid in cooling and taming the spirits, particularly when a situation has become too heated up. As with any magical tool, the outcome of the spell is in the operator’s hands and depends on how the tools are utilized. There are no guarantees.

The wand is available for purchase together with a powder consisting of the wooden dust left from crafting, dried firethorn berries, thorns and leaves.

Price: 49 EUR

Status: CURRENTLY RESERVED

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Special Offer: Black Dragon Productions parting with Selected Ritual Tools and Artwork

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On this special date a special offer:

Due to moving into a new phase of life Black Dragon Productions are now parting with a selection of ritual tools and artworks. This concerns

  • 7 of originally 11 hand-cafted ritual sets
  • 1 Tree of Death stele
  • 1 Tablet with Planetary Hours
  • the beautiful Putrefactio Stele
  • 1 Altar-board for Luciferian Rites
  • 1 Triptychon of SLM

All pieces are 100% hand-crafted, during the darkest hours.

If interested in purchasing you may send your offer to Black Dragon Productions via their Facebook or using the contact form at their webshop.
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Black-Dragon-Productions/173619352746527
http://www.freewebstore.org/blackdragonproductions

Note also, that their actual commission work must be put on standby because of actual changes.

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Poisoner’s Seed Boxes, New Collection

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For the Poisoner – containing seeds from at least 22 different herbs. The boxes are labeled with the Motto of the Poisoner and they are accompanied by a special Info Booklet. The booklet is handbound and printed on strong laid paper, which has been provided by Buchbinderei Dresden. It contains info on each herb and is illustrated with our unique Herb Sigils. Extra pages with a table offer space for taking own notes on the sowing and growing process:

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Price: 40 Euro + 5,50 Euro shipping (international shipping via registered letter)*

For ordering write to info@teufelskunst.com

*When ordering estimate ca. 2-3 weeks for order processing (seeds are filled up freshly)

Below is a gallery with photos of herbs grown from our seeds:

Black Mandrake Black Mandrake Sprout, photo by CM Vænvs Obscvra Labeled Sowing Containers, photo by CM Vænvs Obscvra Black Nightshade star-shaped flowers, photo by Bone Garden Botanica Rivea corymbosa Henbane Seedlings, photo by Wiebke Rost Henbane Seedlings, photo by Wiebke Rost Datura Seedlings, photo by Wiebke Rost Belladonna sprouts, photo by Wiebke Rost Belladonna sprouts, photo by Wiebke Rost Wormwood grown from seed, photo by Wiebke Rost Poison Hemlock Seedlings Seedlings 2013, own Green House Mandrake grown from seed Belladonna young plant, photo by Wiebke Rost Wormwood grown from seed, photo by Wiebke Rost Mint Path, photo by Wiebke Rost

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New Second Hand Literature: The Red King & Queen of Hell Special Editions

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The Red King, by Mark Alan Smith, Ixaxaar Publishing, Thaumiel Edition
Bound in bloodred goat leather, hand-numbered and signed by the author, copy #47 of 66
Price: €1666 – NO LONGER AVAILABLE

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Queen of Hell, by Mark Alan Smith, Ixaxaar Publishing, Trident Edition
Bound in bloodred goat leather, hand-numbered and signed by the author, copy #15 of 81
Price: €1666 – NO LONGER AVAILABLE

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Liber Falxifer I, by N.A.A.218, Ixaxaar Publishing, Second Press, Red Edition
Price: €250 – NO LONGER AVAILABLE

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Pan Paradox, by VEXIOR, Ixaxaar Publishing, Standard Edition
Price: €100 – NO LONGER AVAILABLE

Also still available:

Viridarium Umbirs, Arbor Infernis Edition (overstock copy)  DSC_0226    Fosforos (in Finnish), 2012   Fosforos, (in Finnish) 2012

From left to right:

Viridarium Umbris, Arbor Infernis Edition, by Daniel A. Schulke
The book is an overstock copy, is not handnumbered and comes without talisman. Original Price: €970 (overstock copy)
Asking Price: €1000 + Shipping

QUTUB, by Andrew D. Chumbley, Xoanon Publishing, Second Edition
Price: €200 + Shipping

Fosforos, by Johannes Nefastos, Viides Askel 2012
The book is in Finnish. 1 copy available
Price: €50 + Shipping – SOLD

All books are sold as shown. If you are interested contact us at info@teufelskunst.com and we forward you the seller details.

NOTE: As we are receiving a growing amount of requests from people who wish to sell their esoteric books (and not seldom especially expensive limited editions), we will from now on charge a 5% fee on second hand literature sales. Included in this fee is the work of presenting the items and putting potential buyers in touch with sellers. The fee is charged only if an item is sold.

When you calculate prices for books that are out of print or were limited to a certain number of copies, bear in mind that books, which have been around for merely 5 years or less should not be sold as expensive as a book which may have been out of print for decades. Otherwise we recommend you to try your luck on Ebay or some other forum.

Btw. we would very much welcome to expand the range towards classical literature, e.g. old and interesting or fancy editions of classics such as Don Quijote, Faust etc. as well as out of print art books and beautifully illustrated children’s books in different languages.

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Occvlta Reliquaries Collection

Head over to the Occvlta Store to get your hands on one of the very first pendants of the Reliquaries Collection! Herbs by us, pendants by Occvlta

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Occvlta Poison Herb Pendants

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One of a kind Poison Herb Pendants by OCCVLTA (Spain/Catalonia)

The pendants are filled with dried Mandrake, Henbane, Belladonna, Fly agaric, Sage and more. A special treat are the dried flowers of Henbane and Belladonna, which have been carefully plucked by hand and dried at our altar. From flower to fruit and seed, from root to leaf, the pendants carry versatile links to some of our most powerful plant allies.
The shells of the pendants consist of a durable glass imitation, which is lighter and not as fragile as real glass. They are silver framed and come in different forms, from round eyeglass to gothic window style to slender tube vial and measure ca. 4-7 cm. To purchase these unique pendants please visit the OCCVLTA online store at occvlta.tumblr.com or write directly to occvlta@gmail.com

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Aconite Info

A new Info Page on Aconite has been added to the Website along with a PDF for download

Aconite

Family: Ranunculaceae

Genus: Aconitum

Related genera: Anemone, Aquilegia, Delphinium, Helleborus, Pulsatilla, Ranunculus

The poisonous plant genus Aconitum consists of at least a hundred different species and has an array of legends and folklore attributed to it.

Sometimes called ‘Queen of Poisons’ or ‘Plant Arsenic’, similar to how arsenic is considered a ‘King of Poisons’.

A distinction sometimes found concerns the names Monkshood and Wolfsbane. Some argue the original Wolfsbane is the white or yellow-flowered species Aconitum lycoctonum whereas the blue flowering Monkshood, Aconitum napellus is probably the better known of the two species and it is frequently found in medieval monastery gardens. The two species contain different poisons, which are however similar in effect.

Mythology and History

The Greek word akónitos is composed of ak = pointed and kônos = cone, an akon being a dart or javelin, perhaps a reference to the use as an arrow poison. Theophrastus suggests the name derived from the town of Aconæ (today assumed to be near Karadeniz Ereğli in Turkey). It may also have been named after Mount Akonitos in Pontus (Asia Minor), where the plant is said to have grown from the spittle of Cerberus, the three-headed watchdog of Hades, when the folkhero Heracles drew up the beast from his infernal abode. Homer (800 bc) gives the first account of this myth in the Illiad. Eight centuries later Ovid embellishes the story in Metamorphoses VII Continue reading

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