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Magical incenses formulated to capture the essences of the Sabbats to be used in rites during those holida
Samhain is the Wiccan New Year and the festival of the dead. It is a time to honor ancestors, communicate with spirits, and celebrate the harvest's end.
Yule marks the winter solstice, the longest night of the year. It symbolizes the rebirth of the Sun and the return of light. It is a time for reflection, renewal, and celebrating the return of longer days.
Imbolc heralds the awakening of spring and the growing power of the Sun. It honors the goddess Brigid and represents purification, inspiration, and the beginning of agricultural activities.
Ostara celebrates the vernal equinox, when day and night are in balance. It marks the arrival of spring and the renewal of life in nature. It is a time for fertility rituals, planting, and embracing new beginnings.
Beltane symbolizes the height of spring and the union of the goddess and the god. It represents fertility, passion, and the blossoming of nature. It is often celebrated with bonfires, dancing, and rituals for abundance and growth.
Litha, also known as Midsummer or the summer solstice, celebrates the peak of the Sun's power and the longest day of the year. It honors the abundance of nature, the flourishing of crops, and the strength of the Sun.
Lammas, also called Lughnasadh, is the first harvest festival. It celebrates the abundance of the first fruits and grains. It is a time for giving thanks, sharing the harvest, and acknowledging the cycle of life and death.
Mabon marks the autumnal equinox when day and night are once again in balance. It is a time to celebrate the second harvest and to give thanks for the blessings of the year. It represents gratitude, balance, and preparation for the coming winter.
These eight festivals of the Wiccan Wheel of the Year represent the continuous cycle of life, death, and rebirth, as well as the connection between nature and spirituality. They provide opportunities for Wiccans to honor the changing seasons, connect with the divine, and celebrate the cycles of life in harmony with the Earth.ys.
Black myrrh, white willow, opoponax, clove, wormwood and magical ingredients are bound with apples to form this incense made for the night when the veil is thin between the worlds. Aids in spirit contact in rituals during Hallowstide.$12.50
With a scent of of mulled wine and evergreens , this incense is blended of fir tips, orange, rich resins, sweet spices with mistletoe and holly and is perfect for warmly scenting the home during the bleak midwinter season.$12.50
Camphor, birch and spice dominate this incense formulated to honor the cold wait before spring. Saffron is added to honor the quickening light of Candlemas.$12.50
A spring incense reminiscent of the warm sun on rich earth, Ostara is made with English thyme, lavender and labdanum blended with sandalwood and other sacred ingredients to evoke the power of waxing balance, the awakening earth, and new beginnings.$12.50
Gum benjamin, hawthorn wood, master of the woods, and flowers are blended with other sacred ingredients to make this rich, floral-vanilla incense to be burned when "summer is icumen in."$12.50
Solar resins, oak wood, chamomile, rosemary and other magical ingredients are blended together into this incense of the herb harvest and the shortest night. Burn during rites on Midsummer's Eve or as an offertory incense for plant spirits of the herbs of good saint John.$12.50
Heather, garden sage, and vervain are blended with sacred resins and woods in this incense to honor the season of harvest and heat. Burn to honor the Land in rites of communion and transformation.$12.50
A rich and spicy blend for honoring the point of balance before the journey into darkness. Made with spiceberry, rosemary, cinnamon, cedar and sacred resins bound with rich red wine to honor the season of mellow fruitfulness.$12.50