This piece comes from an investigation that we did in Mt. Holly, New Jersey. I have family in New Jersey and that is where Deedee is originally from. I heard this story from a friend of mine. Naturally it sounded like the type of thing that would be right up my alley, so I though maybe I should check it out. I let Deedee know and she told me that she had heard of the place to, but had never actually been there. Thus, we staged an investigation into what is known as the Holy, Holy, Holy on top of Mt. Holly... a mountain named for its abundance of forestry.
The exact place of our investigation, I wasn't quite sure other than to say it was called the Mount and it's located in Mt. Holly. we were drawn to it psychically, once we entered the town of Mt Holly. On the Mount there is an altar, that was actually an old judgement table used during the New Jersey witch trials. When looking at the altar you can still make out the gallows pole. It has since been cut down, but if you know what you are looking for, there is clearly a piece remaining. This is called the "Holy, Holy, Holy" and is the site where witches were burned at the stake.
A little bit further left of the altar is what is known as the Witches' Well. Before the altar and the gallows and the pole, there was the Witches' Well. The well predated the gallows as a form of punishment for being a witch. Rather than hanging or burning the witch, they would simply get tossed down the well. It wasn't an easy death, either. Often times you'd here their fingers scraping and their knuckles tapping, pleading their innocence and beggin for mercy. It became such a nuisance, hearing the witches howl in the night, that a brick and mortar shed was built over top of the well and a wrought iron gate secured its entrance. Holy rites were done to the well to assure the witches spirits stayed in the well and didn't come back to haunt the villagers.
We went at night for our investigation, because local legend has that if you tap at the side of the well, you will hear countless taps back-- the taps of witches who plunged to their death in the well. We determine this claim to be bogus, but we were able to get something much cooler. During a seance, Deedee left her body and was actually able to travel to the pit of the well, where there were located countelss witch skeletons and nails stuck in the side of the well as they were trying to scrape their way to freedom. Of course it didn't work, and ofcourse their souls were stockpile in the well, as the inscription on the base of well-- part of the religious rites-- prohibit them from leaving their resting place.
When Deedee returned to use we had a soul conjurance, resurrecting the spirits of fifty witches that have been pushed to their death at the Witches' Well in New Jersey. Each witch brings you a unique power. We have conjure all fifty, but the powers are too long to list here. What we can tell you are the major things. This piece has white magic of all fifty witches. Not one of them was a dark witch, and few of the souls we conjured weren't even witches at all, but the fifty were.
This ring includes spells from love and wealth, to karmic and dogmatic spells, to spells that will enhance your desirability. There is one that will allow you to do minor shapeshifting and one that allows you to conjure even more witch souls for guidance along the path of witchcraft. This is a pretty amazing item. We've tested it and couldn't tell you the many hours of magic we enjoyed using this item. This piece will surely go fast, so don't hesitate!!
This is a beautiful piece. When you turn it around you can see all the colors that signify the vast knowledge and magic you will be receiving. We actually got two of these pieces. This is the second one!!