This beautiful journal has been made in Tibet using recycled paper and hand-beaten leather. It features a Pentagram design within an ornate border on the front, with a complimentary design on the back. The pages have been saddle-stitched into the leather cover, which includes a fold-over flap for protection and a tie to keep the journal neatly closed when not in use.
The Pentgram has become a symbol which is used to represent Wicca, as well as a number of other modern Pagan traditions in more recent times. In the tradition of Wicca it is taken to represents the four elements – Air, Fire, Water and Earth – in perfect balance thereby creating the fifth element, that of Spirit. These elemental attributions can be traced back to at least ancient Greece.
The journal measures approximately 26cm x 18cm x 3cm and contains 240 pages (120 leaves).
Please Note: As these journals are all individually crafted by hand, the borders and back-cover design may be different from shown in the images, making each one unique.