Friday, December 31, 2010

AVALONIA Isle of the Blessed Ritual Altar Soy Spell Candle

כ״ד בטבת תשע"א
Grael 27

When Goddess calls your name ...

In the Avalonian tradition of Witchcraft, the Celtic-Welsh Otherworld is known as Ynys Afallach (Isle of Apples) and Ynys Afallon (Isle of Avalon), derived from Old Welsh "abal" ("apple") and Middle Welsh "aval, avall" ("apple") respectively. Famous for its enchantingly beautiful apples, the modern name Avalon comes from the Modern Welsh word "afal" ("apple"). The magical and blessed Isle of Apples is presided over by nine women, the Queen Witch among them being Sorceress-Priestess Morgen Le Fay. As the gateway to the Annwn (the Celtic Otherworld ), mystical Avalon is both an isle of the Dead and an Isle of the Blessed.

Journey through the sacred mists, plunge into Divine Feminine Mysteries, rekindle your Divine Spark, and perpetuate the Sacred Flame of Celtic Ancestors with this exquisite AVALONIA Ritual Soy Candle magically charged with a Chrysocolla gemstone nugget and six Grael herbs (obtained from the UK) including Apple leaves, Oak leaves, Ash leaves, Hawthorne leaves, Rowan leaves and berries, and Mistletoe. Generously scented with an original mystically magical blend of essential oils, multitoned blue AVALONIA is adorned with a Tierracast silver-plated Celtic knot charm hung on handmade turquoise sea blue silk sari ribbon.

Candle measures 2" x 3".

Comes beautifully packaged.

This beautiful candle may be purchased at WITCHCRAFTS by Liorah Lleucu.

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