The Creepy Cherubim Candle bowl

CAD $20.00

I have no idea what the hell is going on here. This has to be the weirdest candle I have ever seen.

The cherubim are the most frequently occurring heavenly creature in the Hebrew Bible, with the Hebrew word appearing 91 times. Despite these many references, the role of the cherubim is never explicitly elucidated While Hebrew tradition must have conceived of the cherubim as guardians of the Garden of Eden (in which they guard the way to the Tree of life), they are often depicted as performing other roles. The cherub who appears in the “Song of David”, a poem which occurs twice in the Hebrew Bible, in 2 Samuel 22 and Psalm 18, participates in Yahweh’s theophany and is imagined as a vehicle upon which the deity descends to earth from heaven in order to rescue the speaker (see 2 Samuel 22:11, Psalm 18:10).

In Exodus 25:18-22, Yahweh tells Moses to make multiple images of cherubim at specific points around the Ark of the Covenant. Many appearances of the words cherub and cherubim in the Bible refer to the gold cherubim images on the mercy seat of the Ark, as well as images on the curtains of the Tabernacle and in Solomon’s Temple, including two measuring ten cubits high.

Candles are used in religious rituals & for spiritual means as both functional & symbolic lights. It was believed that if Holly was placed by your doorway it would aid in protection & invite helpful spirits into the home.

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I have no idea what the hell is going on here. This has to be the weirdest candle I have ever seen.

The cherubim are the most frequently occurring heavenly creature in the Hebrew Bible, with the Hebrew word appearing 91 times. Despite these many references, the role of the cherubim is never explicitly elucidated While Hebrew tradition must have conceived of the cherubim as guardians of the Garden of Eden (in which they guard the way to the Tree of life), they are often depicted as performing other roles. The cherub who appears in the “Song of David”, a poem which occurs twice in the Hebrew Bible, in 2 Samuel 22 and Psalm 18, participates in Yahweh’s theophany and is imagined as a vehicle upon which the deity descends to earth from heaven in order to rescue the speaker (see 2 Samuel 22:11, Psalm 18:10).

In Exodus 25:18-22, Yahweh tells Moses to make multiple images of cherubim at specific points around the Ark of the Covenant. Many appearances of the words cherub and cherubim in the Bible refer to the gold cherubim images on the mercy seat of the Ark, as well as images on the curtains of the Tabernacle and in Solomon’s Temple, including two measuring ten cubits high.

Candles are used in religious rituals & for spiritual means as both functional & symbolic lights. It was believed that if Holly was placed by your doorway it would aid in protection & invite helpful spirits into the home.

Vintage Candle only 1 in stock when it’s gone it’s gone

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Weight 500 g
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 6 cm

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