Awaken The Spirit Amethyst Crystal Oak Magic Wand (brown shaft) #W13B
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This wand comes with a choice of metal, copper, or sterling silver.
Length:10" - 10.5" Stones: Amethyst Crystal Wood: Oak Metal:Copper (20awg) or Sterling Silver (22awg):
Amethyst: Keep in touch with your spiritual side. Calms impatience. Balances and heals all chakras. Protects the physical body from entities while astral traveling. Allows spiritual growth at a stable pace.
Oak: Oak is considered to be one of the most powerful sacred druid woods. Oak is known for adding longevity, endurance, and protection to the user's magical workings. Our Oak wands have a brown stain and an all-natural clear coating.
Copper breaks through energy blockages, useful for physical healing and overcoming barriers. Made with tarnish-resistant copper wire. Silver is the metal of love, emotions, the psychic mind, and emotional healing. Silver brings patience and perseverance to the user. Amplifies gemstones.
Notes:Wand pouch and gift box are optional.
Kids: Awaken this spirit Amethyst Oak Magic Wand fictional story. Adults: Take it or leave it.
Of all the stones to grace the end of a wand, amethyst was one of the most coveted. When combinedwith a wand that bright purple stone could strengthen nearly any spell a witch or wizard could thinkof.An intrepid young wizard knew this and proudly harnessed an amethyst wand for his magic, andindeed it made his spell-work more powerful. But alas the wand-wielding wizard let his strength andprowess with magic go to his head and became selfish and cruel. He would use his enhanced power toonly serve himself and even curse those who tried to correct his poor behavior.
One day the portentous magetried to pick a fight with an old hag of a witch who had reprimanded himfor his conduct. Confident in his abilities and amethyst wand he lifted it toward her and was about toutter a curse until a smile crept across the hag’s face. Looking down from her smile to his wand hewas shocked to see the purple color drain from his amethyst crystal and disappear in front of his eyes.
Even more enraged than before he extended his arm to finish his curse, but nothing happened. He triedanother spell, again nothing. He then put his wand away and tried to use his hands for his spell, and yetagain nothing happened as the old witch cackled at the boy. Wagging a finger in his direction she jeeredat him “Wands have a mind all their own foolish boy, and that one has found you unfit to use magicaltogether” then wandered off into the forest.
Now robbed of magic and spellwork altogether, the young man had no choice but to walk back to thenearest town with his head hung low. The very people he had belittled for being weak and poor not aweek before now were being approached by him for work and food. It took some time, but thetownsfolk grew to accept him and gave him a job guarding the town. As this went on, he grew kinder andmore generous with what little he had, helping those in need when he could. Until one day the old witch
waltzed into town.
She called out for the once-great wizard, challenging him to a battle of spells or have the townspeoplesuffer in his place. Reluctantly, but not wanting to put his friends in danger, the young man stepped outto face the witch. He told her that he had no magic anymore, but she could do whatever she wanted tohim so long as she left the town in peace. Once again, a cracked smile spread across her face, and pullingout her wand ordered the ex-wizard to do the same. Hands shaking, he hesitantly pulled out his drainedwand and pointed it at the hag, knowing magic was still out of his reach. As he waited for the worstsomething amazing happened: the violet color of his amethyst wand began to swirl back into his crystal!
He could feel the magic of the wand and his own ability pour back into him, making him feel more likethe mage he once was. Purple amethyst wand in hand, he was now ready to duel this witch!
Though that would seem to be unnecessary, as the witch let out a hardy cackle and put her wand away.
Looking into the newly restored wizard's eyes she whispered to him “wands have a mind all their ownfoolish boy, and you have been found worthy.” With that, she vanished on the spot and left the townintact with a new and more powerful protector. As for the young man? He stayed with the small townusing his magic to aid and bless all those he encountered. For power for power's sake is nothing unlessit’s used to help and love others.
The story is owned by Merlin's Realm and cannot be used without express permission.