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Consecrated Rabbits Foot

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Fangs, shells, small bones, claws, or feathers can be used for protection, luck, for shamanic practice, or in order to draw from the qualities and abilities of the spirit animals that inhabit them. For example, a crow feather or claw may help balance your life and enforce your quest for knowledge of the greater mysteries, or fox fangs or bones may help you attain the wits you’d need in order to sail through a difficult situation. Likewise, they can be used during shamanic work for protection and guidance when traveling between worlds.
Lucky Rabbit Foot Bone
A rabbit's foot, in most English-speaking countries, is considered a sign of good luck when carried on or near the body. Although the history of the "lucky" rabbit's foot is difficult to nail down, it is generally agrees that it became popular in America near the turn of the twentieth century. Of course, if the rabbit's foot is lucky, by extension, the converse is also true, and the absence of a rabbit's foot can bring an end to good fortunes.
Chthonic familiars of woodlands, the Sacred Hare has long been associated with the moon and witchcraft. In European folklore, rabbits were often seen as favored familiars of witches. In some cultures, such as Ireland and Scotland, a common belief was that witches shapeshifted into rabbits to travel undetected. This spirit-rabbit was only vulnerable to silver bullets. The rabbit is also associated with the Moon, being found in many cultures, but most prevalent in Asian cultures, as a symbol of the Moon, the moon goddess, and things that go bump in the night beneath Her glowing light.  
Many deities are associated with rabbits, include Eostre, Goddess of Spring, who turned her pet bird into one. Rabbits are sacred to Hermes, for they share the fleet-footedness of the messenger. Silver hares accompany Freya. Historically speaking, with Artemis conflated with the goddess of witches, it is assumed both goddesses own the right of the Hare, for its link to the hunter and being a guardian of children. Of course, being Regina Maleficarum, Hekate would certainly include them in her animal horde.
With all this, the rabbit represents much; from introspection, fertility, safety, the moon, bringing in Springtime, glamour/Shape-shifting, being messengers of the departed, rebirth, transformation, fear, creativity, ambition, luck, fortune, productivity, planning, resourcefulness, and anxieties.  
Below are the items my shop offers to aid you in creating your sacred spaces and honing your magic:
- English Rabbit Pelt
- Sacred Hare Clavical
-Lucky Rabbit's Foot Bone (consecrated)
In order for the rabbit's foot to be effective, it must be carried on one's person. Folklore often suggests that the left pocket is the best place to carry the left foot of a rabbit, but it is also common for them to be carried as around the neck or in a pocketbook—most rabbit foot owners are content with simply keeping it nearby.
Bones are sold as curiosity only. We do not recommend the consumption of bones and we are not responsible for any use of bones in tinctures, oils, soaps, etc. 
Our products are not for medical use nor do we claim that they replace medical treatment. 
We do not guarantee spellwork or intentions.
Buy purchase of this product, you guarantee that you have read and understand the disclaimer of this item.
Due to the nature of this work, all sales are final. Please be respectful of all remains and handle natural items responsibly. Keep all specimens out of reach of children and pets. 
This purchase is for ONE (1) skeletal paw. This item has been procured and consecrated for its purpose. If used for luck, do NOT lose the rabbit's foot, or your fated luck will falter quickly. 
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