Bullfinch & Rowanberry Slavic Selenite Candle Holder

CAD $35.00

This wonderful candle holder can be used with tapers & shaped candles.

This is the fourth-important stone from the ancient Ural Mountains in Northern Europe, it may be placed in any area or space to help neutralize negative energies and to ensure a calm and peaceful environment. This beautiful candle holder glows with love & was hand carved and hand painted by a skilled craftsman.

Selenite is a stone of mental clarity, and improves one’s connection with the divine. Selenite can be used for scrying into the past, present and future. This cleansing stone clears negative energies, and can be used to reprogram other stones.

Rowan was known as a tree-amulet and used in magic and folk medicine. Considered a magical plant for many centuries, it played an important role in the beliefs and rituals of the ancient Slavs, Scandinavians and Celts. For example, in some places the peasants, when they returned from the cemetery, hung rowan rods over the door, so that the deceased “did not return home.” And in case the deceased turned into a ghoul after death, he was nailed to the ground by a stake, which was sometimes made from rowan. Wanderers made a staff out of mountain ash, chewed it and left a chip in their mouths behind their cheeks so as not to be afraid of any sorcery on the way. In the Russian North, the shepherd went to the forest and tore up three trees – a mountain ash, a spruce and a pine. Then, he split them up to the top, put them in the gate and for the first time in the spring drove through them the cattle to the pasture. In some places, the shepherd also made for himself a rowan bag (batozhok), on which he made nicks by the number of cows in the herd. Also, the peasants believed that the milking depends on the rowan bag. In addition, the thrown through the cattle rowan could prevent from evil forces. On the day of the first pasture of livestock in the field, the shepherd kept this batozhok under his arm, chased the herd to the pasture, and then, in secret from all, buried batozhok in a damp place. On the last day of the pasture of the cattle the shepherd dug out this rowan batozhok and burned it, after which the shepherd considered his work complete.

It has a pokie at the top to securely hold your candle in place, but watch your fingers its sharp! Every candle holder is slightly different since they are all hand-crafted. Candleholders may vary from piece to piece thus no two are alike making them very special.

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Warning!

Burn only on stable heat resistant surface. Keep out of drafts. Do not move candles while burning or if wax is hot. Keep out of reach of children & pets. Never leave a burning candle unattended. Do not burn for more than 2 hours at a time.

Description

This wonderful candle holder can be used with tapers & shaped candles.

This is the fourth-important stone from the ancient Ural Mountains in Northern Europe, it may be placed in any area or space to help neutralize negative energies and to ensure a calm and peaceful environment. This beautiful candle holder glows with love & was hand carved and hand painted by a skilled craftsman.

Selenite is a stone of mental clarity, and improves one’s connection with the divine. Selenite can be used for scrying into the past, present and future. This cleansing stone clears negative energies, and can be used to reprogram other stones.

Rowan was known as a tree-amulet and used in magic and folk medicine. Considered a magical plant for many centuries, it played an important role in the beliefs and rituals of the ancient Slavs, Scandinavians and Celts. For example, in some places the peasants, when they returned from the cemetery, hung rowan rods over the door, so that the deceased “did not return home.” And in case the deceased turned into a ghoul after death, he was nailed to the ground by a stake, which was sometimes made from rowan. Wanderers made a staff out of mountain ash, chewed it and left a chip in their mouths behind their cheeks so as not to be afraid of any sorcery on the way. In the Russian North, the shepherd went to the forest and tore up three trees – a mountain ash, a spruce and a pine. Then, he split them up to the top, put them in the gate and for the first time in the spring drove through them the cattle to the pasture. In some places, the shepherd also made for himself a rowan bag (batozhok), on which he made nicks by the number of cows in the herd. Also, the peasants believed that the milking depends on the rowan bag. In addition, the thrown through the cattle rowan could prevent from evil forces. On the day of the first pasture of livestock in the field, the shepherd kept this batozhok under his arm, chased the herd to the pasture, and then, in secret from all, buried batozhok in a damp place. On the last day of the pasture of the cattle the shepherd dug out this rowan batozhok and burned it, after which the shepherd considered his work complete.

It has a pokie at the top to securely hold your candle in place, but watch your fingers its sharp! Every candle holder is slightly different since they are all hand-crafted. Candleholders may vary from piece to piece thus no two are alike making them very special.

Additional information

Weight400 g
Dimensions13 × 5.5 × 3 cm

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