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Long Loopy Celtic Cross Silver Wire Pendant- Celtic Cross Necklace - Wire Cross, First Communion, Confirmation Gift Jewelry

The Troll Cross, a Viking amulet of protection

The Troll Cross, a Viking amulet of protection.looks good to practice forge welding!

Protection Bind rune Necklace - Algiz - Odin - Holly - Pagan, Asatru, Wicca

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Gotic Skull jewelry wood Skeleton Olive by OliveWoodJewellery, $20.00

Gotic Skull , jewelry wood Skeleton, Olive wood Hand Cut Pendant Scroll Saw

Wooden Heart and Cross Necklace  Bloodwood, Ebony & Purpleheart by TheLotusShop, $19.95

Wooden Heart and Cross Necklace - Bloodwood, Ebony & Purpleheart Woods

Troll Cross to ward off trolls by Gerald Boggs

Day Amulet - Troll Crosses (trollkors) are based on Scandinavian folklore. The amulet is worn as protection against trolls and other evil magics. They are worn today to protect against negative energy and evil luck.

Carved tiki -- Tiki Central

This reminds me of the "good luck" tiki idol that Greg Brady found on their trip to Hawaii. Little did he know it was a cursed idol and he was doomed!

Owl Moon Wood Pendant Autumn Halloween Fall Fashion Woodland Jewelry Hand Cut  Scroll Saw on Etsy, $19.47 CAD

Owl Moon Wood Pendant Autumn Halloween Fall Fashion Woodland Jewelry Hand Cut Scroll Saw on Etsy, $19.47 CAD

THE TROLL CROSS is, according to old Scandinavian folklore a powerful protection symbol efficient on both evil trolls and other similar beings that might be lurking in the woods. Iron and steel is feared by the trolls, and steel in a crosswise pattern is even more efficient. This pendant protects the bearer from evil, and this and similar symbolic designs has been widely used to protect both people, animals and buildings.

The troll cross amulet~ circle of iron crossed at the bottom (possibly in the shape of an odal rune), worn by early Scandinavian peoples as a protection against trolls and elves. Iron and crosses were both believed to ward off evil beings.

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