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This listing is for one Bloodlines Ancestral Ritual Rattle from The heART of Ritual.


The intention, energy and elements of these ritual rattles is very specific, and alot has gone into bringing them through so please be sure to read the below information in full before calling one home to you. Thank you!



Rattles are ceremonial tools that resonate primarily with the fire element, their sound resembling the hissing of a snake. As a tool, they are used to purify, cleanse and transform (an individual, group energy, or place) and are also wonderful to use to energize or invigorate if a person is feeling sluggish or a space is stagnant. This is their transformative work as traditional healing tools. What resonates with you, how you choose to uniquely work with these ritual tools, your experience, and the direction this takes is entirely up to you. It is your intimate expression of prayer and reflects your unique ceremonial intention.

Bloodlines Ancestral Ritual Rattle (with Red Ochre & Pyritized Ammonite Fossil)

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  • Rather than begin by focusing on the adornment of the rattles, I want to bring attention to the medicines within - what is being carried beneath the surface, in the depths. These insights reveal details of an important aspect of the birthing process of these potent ritual tools - the gathering of medicines. No aspect of anything I create is without intention, everything is steeped in meaning. Those of you that are into details, have knowledge of ritual elements, and wild native medicines will certainly appreciate this selection of medicines included and the intentions with them.


    Each rattlehead lovingly holds within, local native medicines representing all five elements:


    - Myrtle leaves gathered in West Cork, Ireland.

    - Angelica root gathered at a place we call 'Angel Falls', not far from our home in the Alps. We call it Angel Falls as the waterfall has Angelica growing all around it.

    - Hawthorn berries gathered by my father near a stone circle behind his house in West Cork, Ireland.

    - Juniper berries gathered on the mountain behind our nest here in the Alps.

    - Rosehips (rosa rugosa and rosa canina) gathered from the mountains around our home here in the Alps.

    - Herbs from the '9 Herb Charm', gathered from the mountains around our home here in the Alps.

    - Sea salt that I made, extracted from Bantry Bay sea water (Ireland)

    - Malachite and Azurite hand gathered along the riverbed of a stream high up in the mountains near our home here in the Alps.

    - Wildflower seeds gathered from the mountains around our home here in the Alps.

    - Dried pieces of crab apple, gathered from West Cork, Ireland.


Our Autumn season shop opening takes place from
9am on July 21st until 6pm on August 9th

 All times are Irish time. Orders ship from August 19th onwards and are fulfilled on a first come first served basis. 'Made to order' offerings ship from August 26th onwards.

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Season • Autumn

Element • Water

Direction • West

Archetype • Enchanter/Enchantress Archetype

Themes & Focus for this Collection

This collection celebrates all things Autumn/Water Element and coincides with the fire festival of Lúnasa, the ancient Celtic festival that marks the transition from Summer into Autumn.

Autumn/Water references throughout this ephemeral collection include;


The Element of Water, the Moon, the Sacral Chakra (also in conjunction with it's pairing with the Third Eye), the chakras of the Knees and Elbows, Emotional WellBEing, the Urinary System and Fluid Body, Womb Health, Flexibility, Flow, Release, Intuition, Shadow Consciousness, Reclaiming Equilibrium, Abundance, and of course, Water Rituals for the Head, Heart and Hands.

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