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★ Moon rituals, drawing down the Moon, Sacred connection, Honouring the Divine Feminine, Connection with ancestors and other Spirits, Cleansing yourself of negative energy, Hare Spirit ★


“Cesaer recorded that rabbits and hares were taboo foods to the Celtic tribes.
In Ireland, it was said that eating a hare was like eating one’s own grandmother -- perhaps due to the sacred connection between hares and various goddesses, warrior queens, and female faeries, or else due to the belief that old "wise women" could shape-shift into hares by moonlight.

The Celts used rabbits and hares for divination and other shamanic practices by studying the patterns of their tracks, the rituals of their mating dances, and mystic signs within their entrails. It was believed that rabbits burrowed underground in order to better commune with the spirit world, and that they could carry messages from the living to the dead and from humankind to the faeries.” - Terri Windling 


The energies of this moonlit candle are to help you live to your highest truth, to know who you are and celebrate that uniqueness. To help you balance your shadow self and cleanse away any damaging emotional residue.
It can help you to change in a methodical practical manner, to help you see what really needs changing and what should be embraced, as you learn to run with your wildness.

Created originally under the Full Moon in full witchyness, these make the perfect votive to honour any Lunar God or Goddess as well as being a powerful aid in manifestation magick.


All my own work recipe and design all rights reserved


Soy wax with eco cotton wicking and candle dye

Burn with care!

Burn time approx 1 hours

Never leave a burning candle unattended
Remove herbs before burning 
Burn on a heat proof surface and dish incase of drips
Do not ingest


Moon Bunny ★ Lunar Spell Candle

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