The wolf is the guardian and the keeper of the element of water. A calm and mysterious creature in which dwells in mystery. Who walks upon the water, gives guidance, and calls people forth to practice. The wolf is usually canis lupus, the gray wolf, but it can also be anything that takes the form of canine. With great power over spirituality, community, wisdom, and pathfinding, the wolf guides all to their place in this world.

Metaphysical properties of the wolf:

  • Communication
  • Companionship
  • Loyalty
  • Freedom
  • Humbleness
  • Intuition
  • Protection
  • Path-Finding
  • Spirituality
  • Truth
  • Self-Confidence
  • Majesty
  • Healing
  • Honor
  • Wisdom
  • Success
  • Balance
  • Intelligence
  • Re-Birth
  • Power
  • Strength
  • Ferocity
  • Untamed Wildness
  • Sneakiness
  • Anger
  • The Unknown
  • Self-Reflection
  • Animalistic
  • Survival
  • Pride
  • Mystery
  • Shadow
  • Insatiable
  • Fear
  • Death

Wolf kna is connected to, and can be harnessed through certain stones, and metals via their metaphysical properties. Learning to work with these stones and metals, and incorporating them into your practice will allow you to harness more aspects of wolf kna in your magickal practice. These items have been associated to the wolf through mental, spiritual, or physical means, and because of that they possess wolf kna.

Here are some items that will allow you to harness wolf kna in your practice:

Metals that have wolf kna:

  • Silver
  • Antimony (toxic)
  • Tungsten (toxic) also known as wolfram

Stones that have wolf kna:

  • Moonstone (Toxic)
  • Howlite
  • Wulfenite (Toxic)
  • Tiger’s Eye also known as wolf stone
  • Moon rock also known as lunar rock

Herbs that have wolf kna:

  • Wolfsbane (poisonous) also known as Wolf’s hat
  • Clubmoss also known as Wolf’s-foot, wolf-paw or Wolf Claw
  • Bugle Weed also known as Wolf Foot
  • Euphorbia (poisonous) also known as wolf milk
  • Lupinus (poisonous)
  • Wood of a wolf tree

Symbols that have wolf kna:

  • Antimony Symbol – Alchemy symbol that represent antimony, the wolf, and the wild nature in all of us.
  • The Moon – Any type of moon
  • The Wolf – Any type of wolf
  • The Raven – Any type of raven
  • The Wolf’s Paw – Any type of wolf’s paw

Correspondences:

Everything has metaphysical correspondences, and the wolf is no different. In the section I will be listing all of the correspondences for the wolf that I know of in a list format.

Element: Earth, and sometimes Water.

Associations: Strength, Freedom, Loyalty, Communication, Intelligence, Intuition, Guidance, Community, Wisdom, Success, Good judge of character, Perseverance, Shape-shifting, Guardian, Teacher, Pathfinder, Cunning, Humbleness, Protection, Death, Re-birth.

Number: 5

Planets: Moon

Archangel: Archangel Michael

Plants: Wolfs-bane, Club Moss, Monkshood, White Willow, Yew

Stones: Moonstone, Scolecite. Pyrite, Calcite, Lapis Lazuli, Citrine, Apatite , Tourmaline, Blue Lace Agate, Sodalite, Tiger’s Eye

Metals: Silver, Antimony

Hour: Twilight, Midnight

Day: Monday

Season: Winter

Zodiac Sign: Scorpio

Constellations: Greater Wolf’s Jaw

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