The Golden Money Toad Dressed Beeswax Candle

CAD $30.00

The money toad that holds a coin in its mouth is alleged to attract and protect wealth, guard against bad luck, & brings the flow of money towards you. Burn to draw money and prosperity to you, your family, or business. For thousands of years, frogs and toads have been associated with myths, folklore and magic. Sadly many of these myths and tales portray them as demons, creatures associated with the devil. Some cultures however viewed them in a positive light, and saw them as representative of good fortune, protection, rain and fertility. In some cultures the toad symbolized resurrection and a higher stage of spiritual awakening.

As much as it was seen as a symbol of life and birth, it was also seen as a symbol of death. Some European myths tell that it was bad luck to kill a them for they housed the souls of dead children. In the ancient Zoroastrian religion of the Middle East it was associated with Ahriman (the most evil of all beings). In Europe, it wasn’t until the Middle Ages that it was given such an unfavourable reputation, and went from being a sacred symbol of creation to a manifestation of evil. The toad (along with other animals) was quickly associated with Witches, and thought to be their devoted magical animal used to carry out all sorts of diabolical deeds.

All you need to do is add your intention to the petition paper that is included, whisper your desires over the candle, place the candle on top of the petition paper in a heat proof candle holder, and light the wick.

Comes fully dressed & ready to use.

You will receive 1 random candle all beautiful all unique.

These candles were inspired by Jin Chan a Chinese Money Statue. This wealth-beckoning toad represents a popular Feng Shui charm for prosperity.

100% Alberta Beeswax, dressed in herbs, with whispered spells and prayers.

LIMITED! When they are gone they are gone!

Approx 3″ Wide

Only 1 left in stock

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

The money toad that holds a coin in its mouth is alleged to attract and protect wealth, guard against bad luck, & brings the flow of money towards you. Burn to draw money and prosperity to you, your family, or business. For thousands of years, frogs and toads have been associated with myths, folklore and magic. Sadly many of these myths and tales portray them as demons, creatures associated with the devil. Some cultures however viewed them in a positive light, and saw them as representative of good fortune, protection, rain and fertility. In some cultures the toad symbolized resurrection and a higher stage of spiritual awakening.

As much as it was seen as a symbol of life and birth, it was also seen as a symbol of death. Some European myths tell that it was bad luck to kill a them for they housed the souls of dead children. In the ancient Zoroastrian religion of the Middle East it was associated with Ahriman (the most evil of all beings). In Europe, it wasn’t until the Middle Ages that it was given such an unfavourable reputation, and went from being a sacred symbol of creation to a manifestation of evil. The toad (along with other animals) was quickly associated with Witches, and thought to be their devoted magical animal used to carry out all sorts of diabolical deeds.

All you need to do is add your intention to the petition paper that is included, whisper your desires over the candle, place the candle on top of the petition paper in a heat proof candle holder, and light the wick.

Comes fully dressed & ready to use.

You will receive 1 random candle all beautiful all unique.

100% Alberta Beeswax, dressed in herbs, with whispered spells and prayers.

LIMITED! When they are gone they are gone!

Approx 3″ Wide

Additional information

Weight 100 g
Dimensions 6 × 6 × 8 cm

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