There’s not much written about Dalix. Only a brief mention in a working called “The Skill of Receiving and Having Luck with Money” in The Black Books of Elverum published by Mary S. Rustad, and she is also mentioned in a Runic charm discovered in Bergen. She is named as ‘the ruler of thieves’.
Of course the best way to find out more about any of these Old Gods is to build relationships of respect and propitiation with them ourselves. I made this drawing for Her as an act of devotion, to bring me closer to Her. I was encouraged to connect more deeply with other Gods and spirits and make all my drawings as real deep acts of devotion to them. To learn their stories and ways of honouring them, to connect with them in the right ways and invoke them - invite them - to inhabit the artworks.
I’m deeply grateful to Robin Artisson for sharing that original working with me, which has guided my way this past couple of years. If you’re interested in working with it too, you can find it at The Blackthorn School : https://www.theblackthorneschool.com/courses/the-dalix-working
May Dalix bring wealth and freedom from concerns about money to you and yours there.
Beautiful quality fine art print
from original pencil drawing.
270 x 385mm
(approx 1.5cm white border all round)
on 297 x 420 mm paper.
Printed on heavyweight 315gsm archival watercolour paper, with Epson UltraChrome HD inks.
Signed and editioned and backed with board in a transparent sleeve.
Limited edition of 20 ONLY
All large prints come beautifully wrapped in tissue, packed with compostable card padding, in a robust flat box. Can also be shipped anywhere with a hand written gift message included.