Although the earliest locket dates from Ancient Egypt, they were popular in Elizabethan times. But lockets as jewellery became hugely popular in Victorian England when Queen Victoria wore a gold locket containing the hair of her Husband, Prince Albert.
Since then, lockets worn as pendants with a secret compartment containing the image of a loved one, are popular ways to keep someone’s energy close to the heart. This miniature vintage solid gold locket has two compartments and has been transformed into a Love Talisman using powerful ritual magick. This means that the person who’s image or hair you place inside it will be encircled in this magick. Be mindful of who’s image you place inside!
This talisman has been created from a vintage solid gold piece, transformed into a magickal talisman through specific ritual magick at a carefully astrologically elected time.
You may well see scratches, dents and small marks on your talisman due to its age and former life. This only adds to the authenticity and unique nature of the piece. None of the Ouroboros Limited Editions are brand new and each piece is carefully inspected by our master goldsmith and jeweler in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. He then refurbishes each piece to wearable condition, polishes and securely solders the jump ring in place.
So much more than a piece of jewellery, this talisman is a personal piece of magickal power.
The final image is a picture taken of your talisman during the magickal ritual.
From Astrologer, Haley Smith: August 17, 2021 – 11:30 AM GMT
These talismans for love, partnerships, and deepening a sense of love for oneself were blessed at a time at which astrological configurations greatly supported the gifts of love imbued in these talismans.
The sign rising in the east on the horizon was Libra at 22°. On this same day, Venus entered her lair in the loving sign of Libra. This powerful stop along the journey of the zodiac has much to teach us about the art of connection. In Libra, we enter the realms of the sacred mirror of partnership – those potent containers through which we learn much about ourselves via friends, lovers, family, and beyond.
Libra, ever graceful and diplomatic, is the queen of connection – though at times, can struggle with expressions of connection that forgo the relationship with self. Codependency, passive aggression, and self-abandonment are some of the shadow expressions of Libra, and ones that many of us experience in our learnings (and unlearnings) of love. Many of the lessons our Libran loved ones learn can teach the rest of us much as well, the primary one being that the love we have for ourselves informs the love, people, and experiences we choose to allow in our lives.
Venus falls in the 12th house here, a house that brings welcome gifts of unconditional love, deep empathy, and the healing of the illusion of separation. Venus’ harmonious ties to more earthy placements in the chart, like the IC in Capricorn at 29°, weave in needed structure to the otherwise boundaryless ways that the 12th house can manifest. These ties formed to Venus help heal undesirable patterns in connections that we hope to release – and guide us to carve out the healthy boundaries necessary to transform our relationships.
The South Node in Sagittarius falls in the 2nd house here, encouraging us to deeply examine, sift through, and release outdated belief systems about our sense of worth. The accompanying North Node in Gemini in the 8th is an invitation to completely create new worldviews around love and partnership that are rooted in reciprocity, ease, and unshakable conviction in what we deserve from the people in our lives.
These talismans encourage us to rise into the higher octaves of Libra’s expressions: sacred, balanced reciprocity; relishing in the love and beauty we have for ourselves; and consciously engaging in partnerships with people who encourage and find joy in the cultivation of our harmonious relationships with ourselves.