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Chevron Amethyst Witch Hat

Chevron Amethyst Witch Hat

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Chevron Amethyst Witch's Hat

The Chevron Amethyst combined as a Witch's Hat awaken the magic in your life. Purple is a color of energy, magic, mystery, uniqueness, and strength. The hat itself is believed to be a "Cone of Power" that harnesses and directs energy to and from the Universe and the Wearer. This carving of a purple Witch's Hat can be displayed on an altar, used in rituals, or used to meditate with to awaken or enhance the Third Eye Chakra. Your Chevron Amethyst Witch's Hat will arrive energetically cleansed and charged. I awaken each crystal, so it will be ready to be used immediately.

About the Carving:

Stone: Chevron Amethyst
Weight: 1.6oz
Size: 2" x 1.5" x 1.5" (height x width x depth)

Metaphysical Properties:

Chevron Amethyst is a highly spiritual stone, which is a great tool for lifting the veil that obscures the meaning of life. Chevron Amethyst is an excellent stone that will work with the third eye, whether you want to strengthen your psychic abilities or open your third eye. It helps to enhance your intuition to give you a higher, psychic vision for divination, dowsing, tarot reading and more.

About a Witch's Hat:

The witch’s hat with a tip that’s bent or folded over to one side may stem from the historic Phrygian cap, which represented liberty from the time of the Roman Empire and later adopted by French and American revolutionaries. The hat is still depicted today as part of many countries national seals or military emblems including the United States Army.

The Phrygian cap has been associated with numerous magi over the years including King Midas, the legendary alchemist. The Roman pileus hat was given to emancipated slaves to denote their new status and was also often used to depict travelers from lands to the east.

These examples show the conical hat has a long history of use and was donned by many different people over the millennia. But what has not been preserved in history is the function the witch’s hat may have served to the magician that wore it in times past and modern days.

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