Ritual Wood Forest Pen

CAD $20.00

During my apprenticeship I was taught to always write spells, name-papers, prayers, Psalms, seals, and wishes with a pen or a pencil that had NO ERASER on it. I was told that if it was not permanent or if a pencil had an eraser it would indicate that “you might go back on your wish or spell.”

In Slavic mythology, Leshy (Leshii or Ljeschi, plural Leshiye) is a demon-god, a tree spirit who protects and defends the animals of the forests and marshes. Mostly benevolent or neutral to humans, the Leshy has aspects of the trickster type god and has been known to lead unwary travelers astray. The “Old Man of the Forest,” he has the appearance of a man, his eyebrows, eyelashes, and right ear are missing, and his head is somewhat pointed and he lacks a hat and a belt. He lives alone or with his family—a wife named Leschachikha who is a fallen or cursed human woman who left her village to reside with him. They have children, and some of them are theirs and others are children who have gone missing in the forest. Cult sites dedicated to the Leshy are known in sacred trees or groves; the Leshy feast day is celebrated on September 27.

These natural wood pens were hand carved and painted in Ukraine. The Witchy (aka me) then ritually whispered spells and prayers on them and smoked them all on my altar to aid you in all of your spellwork.

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Weight20 g
Dimensions8 × 2 × 2 cm

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During my apprenticeship I was taught to always write spells, name-papers, prayers, Psalms, seals, and wishes with a pen or a pencil that had NO ERASER on it. I was told that if it was not permanent or if a pencil had an eraser it would indicate that “you might go back on your wish or spell.”

In Slavic mythology, Leshy (Leshii or Ljeschi, plural Leshiye) is a demon-god, a tree spirit who protects and defends the animals of the forests and marshes. Mostly benevolent or neutral to humans, the Leshy has aspects of the trickster type god and has been known to lead unwary travelers astray. The “Old Man of the Forest,” he has the appearance of a man, his eyebrows, eyelashes, and right ear are missing, and his head is somewhat pointed and he lacks a hat and a belt. He lives alone or with his family—a wife named Leschachikha who is a fallen or cursed human woman who left her village to reside with him. They have children, and some of them are theirs and others are children who have gone missing in the forest. Cult sites dedicated to the Leshy are known in sacred trees or groves; the Leshy feast day is celebrated on September 27.

These natural wood pens were hand carved and painted in Ukraine. The Witchy (aka me) then ritually whispered spells and prayers on them and smoked them all on my altar to aid you in all of your spellwork.