Athena's Owl
Tarot Box for Cards and other Pagan Supplies

Symbol of the Goddess Athena and Wisdom
Athena's Owl Tarot Box!

Metaphysical Spiritual Tarot & Altar Boxes

Symbol of the Goddess Athena and Wisdom
Athena's Owl Tarot Box!

Owl on lid is wood burned by hand for everlasting beauty.

Box is made from solid wood. This is a hand crafted tarot box that will last for generations, similar to items we found in grandma's attic.

Lid fits comfortable over the bottom and fits snugly for non slippage.

No metal is used in constructing this tarot box, as some believe that metal can interfere with the flow of energies.

This tarot box is hand crafted by DragonOak, "one who walks the pagan path". DragonOak has studied methods of divination for over 20 years and now brings forth handcrafted items and pagan supplies that are fitting for the field of divination.

High gloss finish and fitting home for your tarot cards.

Looking for something custom designed? Feel free to email me and lets see what we can do for you! Looking for wholesale pricing, contact: GYPSY BETH
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Please review our **Policy Statement** All products are handcrafted to order. Please allow sufficient time for your product(s) to be built and finished. If you have any further questions once you have reviewed our policy, feel free to email **Gypsy Beth**


Owl: A night hunter possessing large eyes, the owl has long been associated with the Moon. The Egyptians considered the owl a symbol of death, night, and cold.

To the Greeks, however, it was an emblem of wisdom and the Goddess Athena. Its staring eyes connected it with the Eye Goddesses, Lilith, Minerva, Blodeuwedd, Anath, and Mari, among others.

The owl has long been associated with the Moon, wisdom, sacred lunary mysteries, and initiations.

We speak of the owl as a wisdom keeper ('the wise old owl'), although its cry is also said to signify a death ('the owl called my name'). An owl hooting at a birth is said to signify that the child will have bad luck in its life.

The owl is also sacred to the crone Goddess Hecate, and in Scotland, with Caillaech, the blue-faced crone who represents winter and death. It appears in many Celtic legends, including the famous mediaeval Welsh book of the Mabinogion.

In many Native American traditions the owl is regarded as the bringer of the dream, but also the bringer and herald of death and as a symbol of black magic. As the bringer of death it is known to many tribal cultures - never give an owl feather gift to a Diné (Navajo): out of all the tribes, that perhaps hold the strongest views on this matter. Ojibwa and Lakota also view the owl as the 'death bringer'.