Dozhinki Harvest Offering & Incense

CAD $22.00

Burned on charcoal as offerings to attract Spirits, Familiars, and Ancestors into your sacred space.

Slavic Harvest Rituals have been performed since ancient times. Offerings were left in fields and some burned to honour the Gods and Ancestors, thanking them for providing for our earthly vessels.. This sacred mix of auspicious herbs has been blessed with whispered spells and prayers. Offer a sprinkle to the earth, or burn to bring prosperity and bountiful harvests. Be thankful for everything that you have in your life… but also thankful for all the things you don’t have. To start this old tradition of “plowing the field”, a young woman would be dragged through the crops, marking the start of Dożynki, and signifying that the harvest was over. Depending on what region you lived in this festival would start anytime from August 15 to September 23. When all the crops have all been gathered, the last bundle of wheat picked was picked as a symbolic sacrifice, and used for creating the Didukh (Grandfather Spirit who was thought to contain the benevolent spirits of ancestors who would protect the fields & home.) It was also used for wreath making, as all the luck and prosperity for the following year to come were alleged to be contained in it. Womean rolled around on a cleared patch of the field with the purpose of absorbing strength from the soil and finishing the harvest.

Offer to your households land, sprinkle in your garden, or burn on charcoal and waft the smoke outside & in to bless your home and property.

Charcoal is needed to burn this resin

30 ml Metal Canister

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Weight20 g
Dimensions4 × 1.5 × 1.5 cm

Description

Burned on charcoal as offerings to attract Spirits, Familiars, and Ancestors into your sacred space.

Slavic Harvest Rituals have been performed since ancient times. Offerings were left in fields and some burned to honour the Gods and Ancestors, thanking them for providing for our earthly vessels.. This sacred mix of auspicious herbs has been blessed with whispered spells and prayers. Offer a sprinkle to the earth, or burn to bring prosperity and bountiful harvests. Be thankful for everything that you have in your life… but also thankful for all the things you don’t have. To start this old tradition of “plowing the field”, a young woman would be dragged through the crops, marking the start of Dożynki, and signifying that the harvest was over. Depending on what region you lived in this festival would start anytime from August 15 to September 23. When all the crops have all been gathered, the last bundle of wheat picked was picked as a symbolic sacrifice, and used for creating the Didukh (Grandfather Spirit who was thought to contain the benevolent spirits of ancestors who would protect the fields & home.) It was also used for wreath making, as all the luck and prosperity for the following year to come were alleged to be contained in it. Womean rolled around on a cleared patch of the field with the purpose of absorbing strength from the soil and finishing the harvest.

Offer to your households land, sprinkle in your garden, or burn on charcoal and waft the smoke outside & in to bless your home and property.

Charcoal is needed to burn this resin

30 ml Metal Canister