If you practice magic, or wish to learn the art, you may find that a magic wand is an effective tool for channeling the projection of your magical energy to its intended purpose, whether for healing, protecting, blessing, or communicating.
My hand crafted XylemWands are intended to enhance your magical effectiveness. Each has a passive energy collector dish carved into one end. The gold leaf painted surface of the dish reflects sun light (photon energy) onto a black carbon fiber concentrator rod that is intended to absorb and direct the collected energy into your XylemWand for storage in the tubular xylem cells that comprise the wood fiber.
In addition to photons, try using your XylemWand to capture and store or channel your own biophotonic energy. For insights into the source and power of biophotons, see my essay: Light of My Life in the right hand panel under Recent Posts.
Xylem Means Wood
Wood is comprised of xylem (pronounced zy’ lem) cells. Xylem cells are the long tubular cells beneath the bark of a tree that transport water from its roots to its leaves. Each year, new xylem cells replace the old, and the old cells become hard wood fiber.
These white Arborvitae xylem fibers are swollen with water from spring rains.
Store the Magic
Imagine the magical potential you would hold in your hand if you could fill those millions of empty tubular xylem cells in your wand with solar energy in the form of subatomic, high energy, particles of light called photons. To do so, you would need a method of collecting photons. Your XylemWand is designed to collect photons using a passive parabolic collector dish that is built into one end.
A water-based gold leaf paint provides the reflective surface that directs all light entering the dish onto a black carbon-fiber concentrator rod, which extends through the center of the dish into the core of the XylemWand.
There is an insulating black rhinestone on the end of the rod, which prevents the energy from escaping into the atmosphere, therefore, as the absorbed energy builds up in the rod, it is introduced into the core of the XylemWand.
The Source of My Branches
The wand in our banner above is one of our hand-crafted XylemWands. It is a branch from a 25 year old Dwarf Lilac. We have XylemWands made from Bald Cypress, Weeping Blue Atlas Cedar, Kwanzan Cherry, Plum, Apple, Pear, Pin Oak, Wisteria, Arborvitae, Redbud, Juniper, Dwarf Lilac, Honeysuckle, Trident Maple, Japanese Maple, Mulberry, and Butterfly Bush, each of which grows on my own property. I planted most of these trees and shrubs 25 years ago. The birds planted the Honeysuckle and Mulberry. They also planted a white Dogwood and a Sassafras.