Fege Find, or "Fionn’s Window" (large)
The fege find consists of five concentric circles, and all five feda are included in the design.
At the center of the design, we have cut a hole, as the meanings of both "Fionn's Window" and "Fionn's Ridgepole" speak to places you can "look out from" in a house. While the "window" is obvious, a ridgepole is less so: in iron age houses, a central hole sat at the top of the roof, allowing the smoke from the domestic fire to escape. A poet or diviner doing ecstatic work might journey forth from the home, climb the ogham, and exit the hole in the roof of the house. The pillar of smoke, then, is the axis mundi that supports the heavens and leads the diviner to the world of the spirits.
This is a token of otherworldly vision and divination. It would do well with pendulum work as well as for ogham work.
- Design by The Magical Druid from In Lebor Ogaim
- Wood: Pine
- Diameter: approx. 5.5 in. (15cm)
- Thickness: 1/4 in. (6mm)