Brigids Blossoms Imbolc Glass Vigil Candle . Flourishing Abundance, Renewal, Fertility

$24.00

Our Brigids Blossoms Ritual Candles are perfect for celebrating and for ritual in honor of Imbolc/Candlemas and Brigid, the Triple Goddess of Fire, as the element of fire is the element of creation and new beginnings. As the days begin to grow longer and with the return of the Sun, Imbolc is the time to visualize life flourishing with abundance, creativity and renewed strength. Imbolc represents purification, renewal, reflection, fertility and illumination.

Beautifully poured and witch blessed, each candle is drenched with winter flowers symbolic to Imbolc and the renewal which is upon us.

Each candle burns approx 120 hours. Made from all natural wax, natural botanicals and pure cotton wick, free from harmful additives, animal and poly based products. Perfect for spell casting and ritual use. You might also want to add a corresponding spell ritual oil to strengthen you in your magickal workings.

Never leave burning candles unattended ~

Fragrance Description: Natural Brigids Blossoms Essence 
Each candle measures 8 inches tall and 2.25 round

These types of glass jar candles are meant to be burned continuously or for extended periods of time, thus earning them name "Vigil Lights. They can be extinguished and relit daily as safety reminds is to never leave burning candles unattended.

Imbolc items won't ship until early January ~

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Brigid, a Celtic Triple Goddess, is known as the Goddess of the Sacred and Eternal Flames. Her name represents all three sisters, combined as one Triple Goddess. She is the Goddess of the hearth, poetry, divination, prophecy, healing, the smith's craft, and traditional learning, representing the three aspects of a woman. Maiden or Virgin, the nurturing and loving Mother, and the Crone, Sage, or Wise Woman. She is the Goddess of Fire who tirelessly protects those who call upon her.

Brigid is celebrated on the Pagan sacred holiday, Imbolc or Candlemas, at the beginning of February. A celebration of the return of the sun or the return of the light from the dark of winter. The Goddess manifests as the Maiden and Brigid, the Goddess of Fire.

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