The Gallery

THE LIFESTONES

Each Lifestone is original.  No two are the same.  In themselves the stones have no power, however, together they do.  All but one of the lifestones were hewn from the Rock of the Celts, the mystical rock that sits under the White Tree.  Each stone is connected to its person, so keeping the stones safe ensures the safety of the individual.

THE TREE STONE

The only stone not hewn from the Rock of the Celts, but rather appeared by itself inside the White Tree.   The stone was about the size of a goose egg and white.  Its surface was chiseled but smoothed with rounded edges.  This stone represents Mael's wife, Tirion.

THE BEAR STONE

This stone was about the size of a chicken's egg and was fashioned in the same way mention above.  This stone represent Ardwyadd, Mael's oldest son.

THE SYMBOL STONE

The stone was about the size of a chicken's egg and was fashioned in the same way mention above.  This stone represented Cadarn, Mael's youngest son.

THE LEAF STONE

The stone was about the size of a chicken's egg and was fashioned in the same way mention above.  This stone represented Iola, Mael's only daughter.

THE ROCK STONE

This stone was the same size as his wife's stone, about the size of a goose egg.  This stone represented Mael.

THE CELTIC OVAL

The Celtic Oval binds these lifestones all together, which itself was made from the sap of the White Tree.  It was constructed by Mael and his three children, Ardwyadd, Iola and Cadarn.

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