PERSEPHONE GODDESS OF SPRING, QUEEN OF THE UNDERWORLD RITUAL 𝗣𝗔𝗖𝗞
LIMITED EDITION RELEASE - ONLY 20 AVAILABLE
Hand-crafted with love, prayer and intention.
Persephone is the goddess queen of the underworld, wife of the god Hades, and the goddess of spring growth along with her mother, Demeter.”
Burning through the bewitching two toned pink/deep magenta colors, representing the fertile earth and the depths of the underworld, her two worlds -- this candle will bring you the joy and lightness that is so needed right now in this world we are currently living in supporting you and holding your hand, as well as reminding you of how far you've come as you travel through the underworld! A true celebration of abundance as we recognise that in every moment of everyday, we must live our lives to the fullest!
Alight with fiery ambers and smoky incense, Dry Tobacco and Hay is warm, homely and, above all else, earthy in essence. With honey laying at its core and musk at the base, this scent is well rounded; not too smoky, not too sweet... just perfect!
- 1 extra large Ritual candle adorned with an antique metal Persephone skulls charm
- 1 hand-blended in-house Spring Flowers loose incense -- with the scents of rose, jasmine, blue cornflower, lemongrass and rosemary is simply hypnotic. + a charcoal tablet - to burn your incense
- 1 mini baby pink organza bag filled with Peridot crystal chips -- a stone for opening the heart, as well as for attracting abundance, family harmony and good luck.
Caution: Always use a larger than candle base heat-proof dish (or something alike) underneath your burning candle to avoid wax on unwanted furniture. Pillar wax will naturally melt and bleed down as it burns.
NEVER LEAVE BURNING CANDLE UNATTENDED, ALWAYS BE CAUTIOUS WHEN BURNING, AS HERBS ARE FLAMMABLE.
Discover the myth of persephone
Now, is a wonderful time to get your inner-garden ready for all of the abundance and blessings the universe is waiting to provide for you. But first, we must sow in our seeds, water them daily with love, and weed out anything that doesn’t make them flourish.
And grow, grow, grow!
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