February 2, 2021
In Irish folklore it is believed that fairies, aos si or daoine sidhe, slept under the petals of Anemone (specifically white wood anemone) after they closed at night or because of rain. The poisonous Wood Anemone can be found as a wildflower species throughout most of Ireland, and the Beadlet Anemone is found along most Irish shores. There are different kinds of fairies in Irish lore, and most of them were to be feared or revered from afar. Fairy forts, or raths, are the circular prehistoric dwellings where some types of aos si were believed to live, and they were made of... stones! It all ties together. Because of the poisonous nature of this species of Anemone and the dangerous power that can be felt around raths, this stone will be a reminder of awareness and sincerity. Don't ever make a fairy mad.
Possible Powers: Sincerity, Awareness, Protection
Location: 40.0304500, -75.2202609
Where the wave of moonlight glosses.