Sunday, December 26, 2010

DAFFODIL DANCE Imbolc Sabbat Soy Candle with TierraCast Antique Silver Triquetra, Baltic Amber

י״ט בטבת תשע"א
Grael 22

“She shall arise like a shining sun ...” - Lives of Saints, The Book of Lismore

“Oh the blessing of Brìd on the child of my heart ...” - Scottish Lullaby

Classic Celtic Irish triple goddess BRIGID, deity of home and hearth, is also known as Brigit, Brighid, Brigantia and Brigantis (Great Britain), Fraid (Wales), Brìghde/Bride (Scotland), Brìd (Scotland) and Breo Saighead (the Fiery Arrow). Associated with perpetual eternal sacred flames, like the sacred flame in Kildare Ireland, no man may safely cross the liminal hedge which surrounds BRIGID's fire, for Lady BRIGID is the epitome of the Divine Feminine Essence. Ruling over elevated physical, psychological and spiritual mystical states and all things perceived as high and rising. BRIGID attends Holy wells and other sacred sites in Celtic lands and ritual sites in the Celtic diaspora.

The Sabbat of Imbolc (Welsh Gŵyl Fair y Canhwyllau), traditionally observed on February 2 (February 1 in some traditions), is also known as Imbolg, Oimelc, Candlemas, Lá Fhéile Bríde (Irish) and Là Fhèill Brìghde (Scot's Gaelic). Imbolc celebrates BRIGID as the Bringer of Light and herald of new life.

Handcrafted with premium certified kosher soy wax and pure cotton wick, this lovely bright sunny yellow DAFFODIL DANCE Sabbat Ritual Soy Spell Pillar Candle is magically charged with a genuine Baltic Amber gemstone nugget, Jasmine Flowers, Chamomile Flowers, and White Copal Resin. Generously scented with enchanting Daffodils, the candle drips with Daffodil scented white soy and is adorned with a TierraCast antique silver open Celtic Triquetra charm hung on sheer Daffodil yellow ribbon.

Use this candle for Imbolc sabbat celebrations, ritual spellwork involving honoring triple goddess Brigid, and welcoming the return of new light and life to the world.

Measures 2 x 3 inches.

Comes beautifully packaged.

This ritual candle maybe purchased at WITCHCRAFTS by Liorah Lleucu.

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