The Clagh-Array: a Watchstone
The Clagh-array is a heterotopic eye bestowed from nature and given to the witch as a magical gift from the Ancient Ones. This never blinking vigilant sentinel is used for a multitude of purposes, the least of which is protection, warding and warning of the approach of danger. It is sometimes placed in a window, on the pathway to the house, or on the outer lintel of the main door to the home.
It is not a seeing-stone per se however; one of its more interesting uses has been to place it in an area where a witch would like to keep vigil. It therefore forms a third-eye link to a terrestrial area that the witch may not be able to physically inhabit. Have you ever wanted to be a fly on the wall? This is the means for the adept of vision.
The Clagh-array is highly sought after in Manx Traditional Craft and its power can’t be underestimated. Greater than eyes of glass or beast or crafted by the hands of man.
A magical tool formed through hundreds of years by Nature Herself and Fate’s spinning webs that shaped the eye through rolling turns in sea and sand. It is considered one of the most powerful vision stones to possess.