Triple Moon Chime Candleholder is made from cast iron.
The Triple Moon is a Goddess symbol representing the Maiden, Mother, and Crone as the waxing, complete, and waning moon. It is also associated with feminine energy, mystery, and psychic abilities.
Metaphysical Properties of Iron
Associated Stones: Quartz Crystal, Holey Stones
Associated Metals: Lodestone, Meteorite
Powers: Protection, Defensive Magic, Strength, Healing, Grounding, Return of Stolen Goods
Magickal and Ritual Folklore
Herbs were usually collected with noniron knives, owing to the belief that the vibrations of this metal would "jam" or "confuse" the herb's energies.
The Hindus once believed that the use of iron in buildings would spread epidemics, and even to this day, a gift of iron in any form is thought by some to be unlucky.
Iron was worn or used in protective rituals. Its powerful, projective vibrations were thought to be feared by demons.
In old Scotland, iron was used to avert danger when a death had occurred in the house. Iron nails or knitting needles were thrust into every item of food--cheese, grain, meat, and so on-- to act as a lightning rod, attracting the confusing vibrations that death may arouse within the living and thus sparing the food from contamination.
Iron was once the most durable metal known to man, which was reflected in mythology and folklore. Thor's hammer Mjolnir was forged of iron, and even in the Norse myths, the legendary heat retention properties of iron were demonstrated: the hammer would become so hot when thrown, Thor wore iron gloves to protect his hands. The legendary strength and durability of iron make it a natural component in spells of protection. Many a witch obtains iron items, such as antique keys, padlocks, or spikes, and places them by the door of their home to keep out poltergeists and other unwanted spiritual visitors.