Altar: A special, flat surface set aside exclusively for magickal workings or religious acknowledgement. Usually set in the center of the circle.
Athame: A cleansed and consecrated ceremonial knife used in ritual work by Witches. The knife is never used for blood-letting, and rarely used for cutting anything on the material plane. Used to direct personal power.
Bell: Used to indicate the beginning or ending of a ritual. Also are rung to banish negativity.
Besom: A decorative broom used for sweeping away negative influences or bad vibes.
Bolline: A curved, white-handled knife used for practical magickal purposes. This knife is used for cutting things on the material plane.
Bowls: Usually there are 2 bowls, one that contains water, the other contains salt.
Cauldron: Know as the "Womb of the Goddess." Placed in the center of the circle.
Censer: An incense burner or heatproof container for burning incense and magickal offerings.
Chalice: A Witch's magickal cup. Represents the element of water during magickal rites. Considered a sacred symbol of the Goddess.
Pentacle: A circle surrounding a five-pointed, upright star (pentagram). Worn as a symbol of a Witch's belief and used in magickal workings and ceremonies. Each point on the star has a specific meaning: Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Spirit.
Pentagram: Written, printed, or drawn; five-pointed star inside a circle
Sword: Used like the Athame, but is more formal.
Wand: Used for directing power. Larger wands are used to attract and repel energy.