Torch of Beltane Alchemy Ritual Vigil Lights Candles with Carnelian, Bloodstone, Quartz Points
Illuminate your sacred altar this year with Alchemy Ritual. Our Torch of Beltane Vigil Lights Candles are infused with fiery Carnelian, Bloodstone and Crystal Quartz energy crystals, all gemstones associated with Beltane. Poured in our black vigil lights jars, I carefully chose a beautiful array of essences symbolic to the season of Beltane.
With Sexy Sandalwood, Tonka Bean, Mahogany, Bergamot, Frankincense & Geranium
Crystals: Fiery Carnelian, Bloodstone & Quartz Point
Alchemy Ritual Candles are beautiful hand poured luxury candles, infused with energy crystals to amplify your spiritual workings. With ancient exotic essences matched to each intention, each candle is poured under its corresponding moon phase to enhance and heighten your practice and sacred space. Lovingly handmade in small batches with our new CocoWax, a luxurious creamy Apricot Coconut wax blend you will love, each candle is infused with premium essential oils and essences from all around the world.
Each one of a kind and unique creation begins with a specific intent. It then transforms into a truly authentic aromatic magical masterpiece immersed in the spirit and tradition of Old World Magick.
Ritually charged and witch blessed with sacred sage, our candles are free from harmful additives, animal and poly based products.
CocoWax is our all-natural wax blend and contains no soy, palm or paraffin wax.
Each candle measures 5 x 2.5 - 15 oz / e 425 g
Ritual Blessings -
ABOUT BELTANE - Beltane, celebrated May 1st kicks off the merry month of May! This fire festival is celebrated with bonfires, feasting, dancing around the Maypole and lots of sexual energy. Also known as Mayday, this sabbat is a time of sacred fertility. The Goddess and the God perform the Great Rite, sacred sexuality, making the land lush and green. Because Maypoles represent the phallic symbol, they are erected into the ground and danced around to celebrate the masculine aspect of the sabbat. Many Pagans also use a cauldron in their Maypole celebrations symbolizing the womb of the Goddess.
Celebrations begin the eve before Beltane, and the lighting of bonfires would continue throughout the night. The Beltane Bonfire represents the return of the light as the days lengthen and summer begins its journey upon the earth. Renewal and purification rites are performed by jumping the bonfire.
Celebrating abundance and fertility, Beltane is also known as the Festival of Flowers. The appearance of flowers around this time of year heralds the beginning of summer and shows us that the faeries are hard at work. Opposite Samhain on the Wheel of the Year, Beltane is also the time when the veil between the worlds is thin which allows for divination workings and divining answers with the guidance of nature spirits.