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The sacred geometry of Celtic Knots - Wizard & Grace

The sacred geometry of Celtic Knots


One prominent feature of all of our Wizard & Grace candles is a celtic knot on each label and box. The knot on the candle label becomes more prominent as you burn your candle down, allowing you to focus and meditate on the Celtic knot. Each knot has been carefully selected depending on the theme and intention of your candle.

Celtic knots are familiar to most people in Ireland – they are adorned throughout our land and religious buildings, our government buildings and information and are weaved into visuals throughout our daily life. Celtic knots and mandals  are based on the concept of sacred geometry.

Sacred geometry refers to the universal patterns with which nature aligns and structures itself. From the molecules of our DNA, the cornea of our eyes to the structure of the universe to snowflake and flower patterns, many forms and patterns observed in nature can be related to geometry.  Natural geometrical shapes and sequences of shapes are shared by lots of living and non living things. The “sacred” part is a belief that these patterns, their mathematical formulas, and their structure are evidence of divine planning and creation.

Sacred geometry is considered to amplify our our connection to spirit, and creates harmony within ourselves, and between ourselves and the outside world. Sacred Geometry is present in all of the major spiritual traditions: in Judaism's Sephirot or Tree of Life, in China's Yin Yang and I Ching, and in the Mayan pyramids and the in the Celtic's Book of Kells.

Celtic Knots rooted in nature

Celtic knots are a form of sacred geometry that symbolize the interconnectedness of all things. They represent the eternal web and the continuous cycling of existence. Celtic knots are particularly grounded in nature and the wild beauty of the Irish landscape. The Celts saw the earth as a deity, their mother goddess, filled with mystery and populated by gods and goddesses residing in springs, rivers, wells and caves.

Celtic knots often described as Celtic mandalas can be used in a meditation practice to connect to a higher state of awareness and to raise your consciousness.

Wizard & Grace Intention Candles feature celtic knots on our intention candles both for symbolic and practical purposes. Focusing on the celtic knot, carefully selected to support the intention of the candle, can assist you to clear your mind and strengthen your connection with the value you want to embody and wider nature.

The following celtic knots are used in Wizard & Grace Intention candles: 


– Goddess Candle - The Wizard & Grace Bandia candle carries the Celtic Sisterhood Knot. The Celtic Sisters Knot is a symbol of the three stages of woman - maid, mother and wise woman - and the strong, eternal bond we share with our sisters and friends. 


Misneach – Courage Candle - The Wizard & Grace Misneach Courage candle is rooted in Celtic warrior heritage and carries the Celtic Dara Knot, symbolic of inner strength. The symbol comes from the Gaelic word 'Doire', which means 'Oak Tree'. The Dark Knot is believed to represent the magnificent root system that robustly holds up the heavy body of an ancient oak tree.


Draiocht- Magic Candle - The Wizard & Grace Draiocht candle carries the Trinity Knot or Triquetra. The Trinity Knot is a familiar celtic symbol that represents the power of three -the celebration of  life in all its interconnected enchantment. The circle in the middle of the trinity  signifying infinite connections. 


Kinsale dreams candle - The Wizard & Grace Kinsale candle carries the Triskele or Triskelion symbol that consists of three interlocked spirals. It is one of the oldest Irish Celtic symbols in existence, and it evokes the power of three - and is said to symbolise the connection between earth, water and sky. 




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