Handmade with a little Magick, Love and Lunar Energies.
HEIGHT- 4inch (these are approximate sizes due to the variation of the thickness of the wax).
Burn Time: Approximate 1hr. (prefect for spell and ritual work)
All our Beeswax is sourced in the UK.
Wick - Hemp
Unscented (you can add your own scent by gently rubbing the candle with your favourite essential oil)
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Burn sacred moon spell candles during rituals and spellcasting, honouring the sabbats, the seasons, the turning of the wheel of the year.
Samhain 31st October
The night of all hallows, the feast of the dead, Samhain marks the end of the summer and the dying of the light it is when we remember and honour our ancestors and those who have passed over. This is also the start of the pagan new year, Samhain rituals are generally held for those who have passed into the Summerland’s and also a time for reflection and regeneration.
Colours generally associated with Samhain are Orange, Brown and Black.
Yule 21st December
The winter solstice, midwinter, the longest night and shortest day. Yule is when the sun reaches its lowest ebb in the skies as it enters into Capricorn from this day on it grows again as the Sun God is reborn again from the Earth Goddess. The Holly King rises as the Oak King retires and the yule log burns as we eat drink and give gifts. This is also the time when yule logs are burnt on the hearth of the home that would continuously burn for the 12 days of yule.
Colours generally associated with Yule are Green, Red and Gold
Imbolc 2nd February
The day of Brigid, Candlemas, Ground Hog Day and the Feast of Torches. It is when mother earth shows the first signs of the coming spring, candles and torches mark the coming fertility of the earth and the return of light. It is when the Holly King begins to hand over his mantle to his brother the Oak King.
Colours generally associated with Imbolc are Yellow, White and Lavender.
Ostara 21st March
The day of the spring equinox and it is associated with the Goddess Eostre, it is the festival of spring it is when the God and Goddess begin their courtship, Light overtakes the dark. Rebirth of life, Contemplate new beginnings and fresh ideas, serious mediation on hopes and dreams for the coming year, solar festival of fire, light, and fertility.
Colours generally associated with Ostara are light green, lemon yellow and pale pink.
Beltane 1st May.
Beltane is when the God and Goddess consummate their relationship, it is the start of summer. This is the most popular sabbat for celebrations of hand fasting and weddings it is also known as the fire and fertility festival, Jumping over the balefire was said to insure protection and fertility. It is the time for appreciation and affection for all that you have been given in your life.
Colours generally associated with Beltane are red, orange, and yellow.
Litha 21st June.
Known as the Summer Solstice, Midsummer it is the celebration of the Goddess been pregnant with the God. The earth is bountiful with life and colour, fruits, vegetables and flowers, it is this time of year when the faerie world is close by, and the light has defeated the dark.
Colours associated with Litha are red, gold, orange, yellow and green.
Lammas 1st August.
Also known as Lughnasadh it is the celebration of the first harvest the baking of cakes and loaves of bread which are blessed. A Festival of not only life and bounty, but of harvest and death it is a festival of the complete cycle of life it is a feast dedicated to the Earth Mother.
Colours associated with Lammas are Gold and Bright Yellow
Mabon 23rd September.
is the Autumn Equinox, harvest home and pagan thanksgiving, it is the second harvest festival days and nights are of equal length at this time of year from this point on the nights get longer and the days get shorter. Mabon is about giving thanks to the god and goddess for the bounty and their union that has provided for us over the summer.
Colours associated with Mabon are Dark Brown and Dark Red, Orange.
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Never leave a candle unattended
Keep away from children and pets
Keep candle upright
Burn ONLY on a heat proof dish.