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DANU Celtic Mother Goddess 4 oz Candle Tin - Rain, Petrichor, Ozone with Mugwort - Pagan, Wiccan, Druid, Witch, Witchy, Offering, Ritual

DANU Celtic Mother Goddess 4 oz Candle Tin - Rain, Petrichor, Ozone with Mugwort - Pagan, Wiccan, Druid, Witch, Witchy, Offering, Ritual

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DANU Celtic Mother Goddess

This is part of our Gods & Goddesses series of offering candles, with the fragrance of true petrichor with hints of rain and ozone in a soy wax blend, in a 4oz. black candle tin with lid. Embedded with freshly dried homegrown mugwort from the Ozarks of Missouri, as well as green and blue fluorite tumbled crystal chips. Great for Fairies and Fae Magick! In Irish mythology, Danu is the reconstructed mother goddess of the Tuatha dé Danann (Old Irish: "The peoples of the goddess Danu").

This smells like fresh rain. Petrichor is the term coined by Australian scientists in 1964 to describe the unique, earthy smell associated with rain. It is caused by the water from the rain, along with certain compounds like ozone, geosmin, and plant oils. and in soil. The human nose is sensitive to geosmin and is able to detect it at concentrations as low as 0.4 parts per billion, so this can be a very strong fragrance that is very much like the scent of soil after rainwater, or the Earth after a thunderstorm. It's very earthy, damp, and difficult to describe.

In Celtic mythology, the goddess Danu, also known as Anu or Dana, is the ancient mother of all gods and of the Celtic people. She was thought to be both the original goddess and god, an all-encompassing deity who gave birth to everything and everyone. She’s often associated with Earth, waters, winds, fertility, and wisdom.

The first story depicting the goddess Danu was that of Bile and Dagda. Bile was the god of light and healing, appearing as an oak tree in the story. Oak trees were thought to be sacred because of their exceptional height. People believed they were connected to the divine because their branches extended up into the sky and heavens. Similarly, their roots stretched deep down underground, touching the Underworld.

In the story, the goddess Danu was responsible for the tree, feeding and nurturing it. From this union between Bile and Danu, Dagda was born. Dagda literally translates to the good god and was the chief leader of the Tuatha de Danann. Therefore, it was believed that Danu was the mother of Dagda.

The Great Mother is one of the most ancient Celtic deities and has many different symbolic meanings. She’s been associated with abundance, fertility, wisdom, knowledge, water, wind, and wealth. As Tuatha de Danann were believed to be the wise alchemists of ancient Ireland, their Mother Goddess was also considered the patroness of wizards, prosperity, wells, rivers, plenty, and magic.

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Materials: fragrance oils, essential oils, candle tin, soy wax, coconut wax, candle dye, crystals, mugwort, fluorite, blue fluorite, green fluorite, petrichor, mugwort herb.

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