Celebrated thousands of years ago as the victory of the Light over the Dark, Day over Night, Spring over Winter. The Return of the of Sun and the Resurrection of Spring. Use to welcome the spring back, fertility, and for any rites pertaining to new beginnings & Springtime.
The vesna or vesnas were mythological female characters associated with youth and springtime in early Slavic mythology. She was associated with rituals conducted in rural areas during springtime. In the nineteenth century, Russian peasants celebrated the return of spring on March 1 by going out to the fields, carrying a clay figure of a lark on a pivot which had been decorated with flowers. They sang songs naming the spring season Vesna. In Russian, Polish, Ukrainian and Belarusian languages vesna/wiosna is the actual word for spring. In Serbian, the word vesnik is used to denote someone who brings about springtime.
In Slavic mythology, the beautiful women called “vesnas” lived atop mountains where they discussed the fate of crops and of humans. A magical circle around their palaces kept them from leaving the mountain top except during the month of February. Only certain people were capable of hearing them singing and those who snuck up to their mountain might learn their fates, but risked an unpleasant end if they were caught.
Offer to Fires or Burn on Charcoal
Burn incense as offerings, to carry your wishes, desires, and when casting your spellwork.
4 dram bottle // Charcoal is needed to burn this incense