Beltane Sacred Smudge & Bonfire Casting Herbs
Cast magic into your Beltane bonfire - Hail! Fires of Beltane!
This year's Beltane Sacred Smudging and Casting Herbal Blend is a beautiful blessed blend of Nine Sacred Woods, Calendula, Mugwort, Saffron, Sandalwood, Sage, Palo Santo, Red Clover, Hibiscus & more. A fiery magical blend I created to empower Beltane bonfires, simply cast a handful of this blessed blend right into the flames! There is plenty at hand. You can cast the herbs into your Beltane bonfire as an offering to the Goddess and God, as a personal offering marking renewal and growth, and as pledge for a abundance and a bountiful harvest ahead.
As an offering, place the herbs in a pretty bowl upon the altar. Or place a bowl of herbs within your sacred space to awaken sexual energy and desire! Remember, Beltane is all about sex (and fertility). Sprinkle around the base of candles or cast a bit into the garden or forest as a sacred offering to the earth. Burn as a loose incense with charcoal. This magical blend will intoxicate and fill the air, inside or out of doors, with a pure organic and fragrant all-natural essence. A unique blend that can be used as casting herbs, an offering, or loose incense.
An abundance of Beltane Sacred Smudge and Casting Herbs are ready to cast into your Beltane bonfire! Packaged in an air-tight jar container, available in 8 ounce and 16 ounce sizes.
ABOUT BELTANE - Beltane, celebrated May 1st kicks off the merry month of May! This fire festival is celebrated with bonfires, feasting, dancing around the Maypole and lots of sexual energy. Also known as Mayday, this sabbat is a time of sacred fertility. The Goddess and the God perform the Great Rite, sacred sexuality, making the land lush and green. Because Maypoles represent the phallic symbol, they are erected into the ground and danced around to celebrate the masculine aspect of the Sabbat. Many Pagans also use a cauldron in their Maypole celebrations symbolizing the womb of the Goddess.
Celebrations begin the eve before Beltane, and the lighting of bonfires would continue throughout the night. The Beltane Bonfire represents the return of the light as the days lengthen and summer begins its journey upon the earth. Renewal and purification rites are performed by jumping the bonfire.
Celebrating abundance and fertility, Beltane is also known as the Festival of Flowers. The appearance of flowers around this time of year heralds the beginning of summer and shows us that the faeries are hard at work. Opposite Samhain on the Wheel of the Year, Beltane is also the time when the veil between the worlds is thin which allows for divination workings and divining answers with the guidance of nature spirits.
Available in 8 ounce and 16 ounce jars -