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ODIN - Norse God of War and Wisdom - Offering Wax Melts or Candles with Mugwort and Tiger's Eye- Heathen Asatru Pagan Candle or Ritual Melts

ODIN - Norse God of War and Wisdom - Offering Wax Melts or Candles with Mugwort and Tiger's Eye- Heathen Asatru Pagan Candle or Ritual Melts

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ODIN - Norse God of War and Wisdom

This offering is ideal for the worship of Odin, the Allfather. It has a woodsy aroma, combining the scents of trees sacred to Odin, namely redwood and cedar, with a touch of pipe tobacco and oakmoss. To enhance its sacredness, it is adorned with our homegrown mugwort and tumbled tiger's eye gemstones, both blessed with positive energy. You can choose your favorite color to complete the offering.

In your choice of wax melts, 4 oz candles, and 8 oz candles. Candles come with a decorative Odin symbol lid in a gorgeous black and gold candle tin. Also available in other areas of our shop in 16 oz candles, tealight candles, skull candles, roll-on oils, body spray, and charcoal incense.

In Germanic mythology, Odin is a highly respected god associated with many attributes such as wisdom, healing, death, royalty, knowledge, war, battle, victory, sorcery, poetry, frenzy, and the runic alphabet. He is also depicted as the husband of Frigg, the goddess. In Old English, he was called Wōden, in Old Saxon as Wōdan, in Old Dutch as Wuodan, and in Old High German as Wuotan, all coming from the Proto-Germanic theonym *Wōđanaz, which means 'lord of frenzy' or 'leader of the possessed.'

Throughout the regions where the ancient Germanic peoples lived, many place names reference Odin. In several Germanic languages, including English, the day of the week, Wednesday, is named after him.

Scent: Redwood, Cedar, Oak Moss, Pipe Tobacco
Herb: Homegrown Mugwort
Crystal: Tiger's Eye

✨Ozark Moons candles and wax melts are HAND-POURED with LOVE AND POSITIVE ENERGY and shipped directly from the OZARKS of Missouri in the heart of The United States✨

✨Each of our products is crafted individually in our home studio in our tiny home in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri and made to order using a unique custom blend of eco-friendly waxes – allowing for the maximum fragrance load possible and providing a long-lasting scent that is earth (and lung) friendly!✨

Candle Instructions: Always keep the wick trimmed back to under 1/4" (6.35mm) at all times, before and during burning. Do not burn for longer than 4 hours at a time. Discontinue use when the overall wax level falls to 1/4" (6mm) or less in the bottom of the container. Caution - the container can get scalding. Please burn on heatproof, safe surfaces away from children and pets. Do not allow melted wax to contact the skin, as burns may occur.

DURING WARMER MONTHS, we can't guarantee that USPS will deliver your melts before they melt slightly. If this occurs, try putting the melts or candle into your refrigerator for a few minutes before opening or using your wax melts or candle. If a lot melts or you have any other issues, please don't hesitate to contact us through messages with a photo of the item, and we will absolutely make it right with you!

Odin's names and titles
The many names and titles of Odin which are found in the various (eddic) poems:

Aldaföðr ("father of men")
Aldagautr ("Gautr of men")
Aldingautr ("the ancient Gautr")
Alföðr ("father of all")
Arnhöfði ("eagle-head")
Atriði, Atriðr ("attacking rider")
Auðun ("wealth-friend"?)
Báleygr ("blaze-eye")
Bifliði or Biflindi ("shield-shaker")
Bileygr ("wavering-eye")
Björn ("bear")
Blindi ("blind")
Bölverker ("evil-doer")
Bragi ("chieftain")
Brúni, Brúnn ("the brown one")
Darraðr, Dörruðr ("spearman")
Draugadróttin ("lord of the dead")
Ennibrattr ("the one with a straight forehead")
Eylúðr ("island vessel?" "ever-booming"?)
Farmaguð, Farmatýr ("cargo-god")
Farmögnuðr ("journey-empowerer")
Fengr ("snatch")
Fimbultýr ("mighty god")
Fimbulþulr ("mighty þulr," "mighty poet")
Fjölnir ("much-wise"?, "concealer"?)
Flölsviðr ("much-wise")
Forni ("the ancient one")
Fráríðr ("one who rides forth")
Fundinn ("the found")
Gagnráðr ("advantage counsel)
Gangleri ("wanderer")
Gangráðr ("journey-adviser," "contrary adviser")
Gapþrosnir ("one in gaping frenzy"?)
Gauti, Gautr ("one from Gotland," "Gaut," "Goth")
Geiguðr ("dangler")
Geirlöðnir ("spear-inviter")
Geirtýr ("spear-god")
Geirvaldr ("spear-master")
Geirölnir ("spear-changer")
Gestr ("guest")
Gestumblindi ("the blind guest")
Ginnarr ("deceiver")
Gizurr ("riddler"?)
Glapsviðr ("seducer")
Goðjaðarr ("god-protector")
Göllnir, Göllor, Göllungr ("yeller")
Göndlir ("wand-wielder")
Grímnir ("the masked one")
Grímr ("grim")
Gunnar ("warrior"?)
Gunnblindi ("battle-blinder")
Hagvirkr ("skilful worker")
Hangaguð, Hangatýr ("hanged-god")
Hangi ("hanged one")
Haptaguð ("fetter-god")
Haptsœnir ("fetter-loosener")
Hárbarðr ("grey-beard")
Hárr ("high one")
Hávi ("high one")
Helblindi ("Helblind")
Hengikeptr ("hang-jaw")
Herblindi ("host-blind")
Herföðr, Herjaföðr ("host-father")
Hergautr ("host-Gautr")
Herann or Herrjan ("the one of the hosts")
Herteitr ("host-glad")
Hertýr ("host-god")
Hildólf ("battle-wolf")
Hlalmberi ("helm-bearer")
Hjarrandi ("screamer")
Hléfreyr ("famous lord"?, "mound-lord")
Hnikarr or Nikarr ("spear-lord"?)
Hnikuðr or Nikuðr ("striker")
Höarr ("one-eyed")
Hövi ("high one")
Hrafnáss ("raven-god")
Hrammi ("fetterer"?, "ripper"?)
Hrani ("blusterer")
Hrjótr ("roarer")
Hroptatýr ("lord of gods"?, "tumult-god"?)
Hroptr ("god"?, "tumult"?)
Hrosshársgrani ("hourse-hair moustache")
Hvatmóðr ("whet-courage")
Hveðrungr ("roarer")
Ítreker ("splendid ruler")
Jafnhárr ("just as high")
Jalfaðr, Jalföðr ("yellow-brown back"")
Jalgr, Jalkr ("gelding")
Járngrímr ("iron-grim")
Jólfr ("horse-wolf", "bear")
Jólnir ("yule-figure")
Jörmunr ("mighty-one")
Karl ("old man")
Kjalarr ("nourisher")
Langbarðr ("long-beard")
Loðungr ("shaggy-cloak wearer")
Njótr ("user", "enjoyer")
Óðinn ("frenzied one")
Óðr ("frenzy")
Ófnir ("weaver," "inciter")
Olgr ("protector"?, "hawk"?)
Ómi ("boomer")
Óski ("wished-for")
Rauðgrani ("red moustache")
Reiðartýr ("wagon-god")
Sanngetall ("truth-getter")
Sannr ("truth")
Saðr ("truth")
Síðgrani ("drooping mustache")
Síðhöttr ("drooping hat")
Síðskeggr ("drooping beard")
Sigðir ("victory-bringer")
Sigfaðir ("victory-father")
Siggautr ("victory-Gautr")
Sigmundr ("victory-protection")
Sigrhöfundr ("victory-author")
Sigrunnr ("victory-tree")
Sigþrór ("victory-successful")
Sigtryggr ("victory-sure")
Sigtýr ("victory-god")
Skollvaldr ("treachery-ruler")
Sváfnir ("sleep-bringer")
Sveigðir ("reed-bringer"?)
Sviðurr ("the burner"?),
Sviðrir ("the destroyer"?)
Svipall ("fleeting")
Svölnir ("cooler"?, "sweller"?)
Þekkr ("clever")
Þrasarr ("quarreler")
Þriði ("third")
Þriggi ("triple")
Þrór ("burgeoning")
Þróttr ("strength")
Þrundr ("sweller")
Þundr ("rumbler")
Þunnr, Þuðr ("lean", "pale")
Tveggi ("double")
Tvíblindi ("twice-blind")
Unnr, Uðr ("lover"?, "beloved"?)
Váföðr, Váfuðr ("dangler")
Vakr ("vigilant")
Valföðr ("father of the slain")
Valgautr ("slaughter-Gaut"")
Valkjósandi ("chooser of the slain")
Valtamr ("slain-tame")
Valtýr ("slain-god")
Valþögnir ("slain-receiver")
Vegtamr ("way-tame")
Veratýr ("god of men")
Viðrir ("stormer")
Víðgfrægr ("wide-famed")
Viðhrímnir ("contrary-screamer")
Viðurr ("killer"?)
Vingnir ("swinger")
Vöfuðr ("dangler")
Yggr ("terrible")
Ýrungr ("stormy")

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