Your hag stone can be used when the veil between worlds is at its thinnest – on Beltane and Samhain.
Hag stones are stones that have a naturally occurring hole and are found in riverbeds or along the seashore. The moving water causes erosion that result in their unique appearance. They are sought after and valuable because the stones retain the beneficial influence of water.
They are said to have many uses and they have been used by witches worldwide for centuries in both rituals and spell work. (They also have been used, ironically, as a toll to counteract a witch’s Magick). They can be used to ward off the dead, curses, sickness and - when strung on a bedpost or placed under pillows - nightmares. They are powerful talismans, and when worn or carries they protect the bearer from harm.
If you close one eye and peer through the hole in a fairy stone with the other, you’ll be able to see into the Kingdom of the Fae and open up a window into other realms.
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Look in streams, brooks, rivers, lakes, the sea and it you find a hag stone, consider yourself very lucky.