The Nine Sacred Woods are the first nine trees in The Ogham commonly pronounced Oh-m or Celtic Tree Alphabet and Calendar. This early Medieval alphabet, used primarily to transcribe the early Irish language, represents a sacred tree and are the only written form left by the Druids.
These nine sacred woods are incorporated into ritual fires or a Need Fire, especially at Beltane May Day, Spring Equinox, Fall Autumn Equinox), Samhain Start of the new Wheel of the Year or Yule Winter Solstice. The lighting of a fire is symbolic of light shortening or days lengthening. The lighting of bonfires and these incense are a ritual done in order to sanctify, purify and cleanse the body and soul of old habits and negativity at the start of a new season. This symbolic gesture and votives work great on any altar, sacred space, meditation place or any room you wish to imbue with positive, natural energy
Each incense cone is embellished with:
Birch: the Goddess energy, change, new beginnings, transitions and purification
Rowan: Lady of the Mountain, female connection, protection, casting, charms, wands, dowsing
Ash: insight, divination, spiritual justice, balance, sun and fire, Queen of the forest
Alder: offerings, mysterious of nature, gods, fairies, male and female energy
Willow: death, mourning, transitions, spiritual guides, understanding and protection
Hawthorn: protection, love, health, prosperity, fertility, purification, inner journeys,
Oak: sun, leader, power, doorway, great protector, male energy, King of the forest
Holly: protection, prophesy, healing, invulnerability, watchfulness, good luck, death, rebirth
Hazel: prosperity, wisdom, dowsing, dreams, wisdom-knowledge, reconciliation, intelligence and wrath
These naturally scented incense are accentuated with my Angel’s Mist Essential Oils of cedarwood and pine needle.
These heavenly cone incense are richly scented, hand rolled cones, which are a great clearing, meditation tool for home, altar, meditation space, sacred place or travel.
20 highly scented cones
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