Pavooka Christmas Spooder Oil

(1 customer review)

CAD $22.00

The Legend of the Christmas Spider is an Eastern European folktale which explains the origin of tinsel on Christmas trees. It is most prevalent in Western Ukraine, where small ornaments in the shape of a spider are traditionally a part of the Christmas decorations. Finding a spider or a spider’s web on a Christmas tree is considered good luck.

A poor but hardworking widow once lived in a small hut with her children. One summer day, a pine cone fell on the earthen floor of the hut and took root. The widow’s children cared for the tree, excited at the prospect of having a Christmas tree by winter. The tree grew, but when Christmas Eve arrived, they could not afford to decorate it. The children sadly went to bed and fell asleep. Early the next morning, they woke up and saw the tree covered with cobwebs. When they opened the windows, the first rays of sunlight touched the webs and turned them into gold and silver. The widow and her children were overjoyed. From then on, they never lived in poverty again.

Can be used as a dressing perfume oil on yourself or you can anoint candles, petition papers, spell papers, charms, fetishes or anything else you wish.

1 review for Pavooka Christmas Spooder Oil

  1. Al

    Amazing scent! Great for gifts!!

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Additional information

Weight20 g
Dimensions5 × 3 × 3 cm

Description

The Legend of the Christmas Spider is an Eastern European folktale which explains the origin of tinsel on Christmas trees. It is most prevalent in Western Ukraine, where small ornaments in the shape of a spider are traditionally a part of the Christmas decorations. Finding a spider or a spider’s web on a Christmas tree is considered good luck.

A poor but hardworking widow once lived in a small hut with her children. One summer day, a pine cone fell on the earthen floor of the hut and took root. The widow’s children cared for the tree, excited at the prospect of having a Christmas tree by winter. The tree grew, but when Christmas Eve arrived, they could not afford to decorate it. The children sadly went to bed and fell asleep. Early the next morning, they woke up and saw the tree covered with cobwebs. When they opened the windows, the first rays of sunlight touched the webs and turned them into gold and silver. The widow and her children were overjoyed. From then on, they never lived in poverty again.

Can be used as a dressing perfume oil on yourself or you can anoint candles, petition papers, spell papers, charms, fetishes or anything else you wish.