Re: Where to get an Almond Wand?
- Frater F.P.,
Wow, that wand from your altar pic sure is beautiful... too bad she's
not taking any orders right now.
$80 for a wand i think is mighty expensive for me. Thank you very much
for the tips though, I'll keep that in mind when my friend carries it
with him back home.
Would a witch hazel wand substitute just fine with almond? I'm also
thinking of making my own from "local" trees (Southeast Asia) and have
particularly eyed Acacia, as it was the same wood that was used in
Moses Ark of the Covenant and is recommended for general use by
Bardon. Your thoughts and comments will be highly appreciated. Thanks
--- In email@example.com, "MARCUS KATZ" <marcus@...> wrote:
> I purchased an excellent wand from http://dragonmother.com/ but I've
> checked her website and she is behind with orders and not accepting new
> ones. It might be worth a call, particularly if you can wait. There's a
> photo of the wand on the altar in the PHOTOS section of this group,
> "Frater F.P." folder. I received it here in the UK from the US with no
> problems by Mail.
> In the Great Work
> Frater F.P.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: ghost6x
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Thursday, December 20, 2007 9:12 AM
> Subject: [abramelin] Where to get an Almond Wand?
> A friend is currently in the states and is willing to bring home some
> items for me, so I was wondering if anyone knows of a decent online
> shop/seller of almond wands, please do lemme know.
- I purchased mine from a small shop in Ashland, Oregon, where a local
wand artist of exceptional skill has his wares featured. The shop is
called the Rowan Tree and they are on the web at