The Starry Temple Incenses are a brand new line here at Starryeyedsupplies, a beautiful loose herbal incense to help you create your own Temple within your sacred space.
Each Incense is centred around a different energy of Temple in order to help you build your own energy space.

Each scent is created around a particular energy web to promote harmonous energies whilst clearing the space within; based on ancient customs of using herbs and smoke to purify a space of negative vibrations and psychic debris,  hand blended and imbued by this Celtic Witch to pack a magickal punch and smell absolutely divine doing it!

For use in burning rituals of cleansing, on a charcoal disc or within a cauldron, or by the beeswax method.

Comes in a reusable 100ml screw top tin with Starry Fox sigil.


★The Goddess Badb, Sacred Groves, Connection to Wild Old Magick, Spirit of the Birch tree, Personal Rebirth, Spiritual awakening, connecting to the energies of departed Spirits★


★Scent - Deep cleansing earth tones, trees and leaves, Helichrysum notes with tree resins★


"Give me your gossamer wings
To stretch over gnarled roots
As Birch bark binds the entrance
Down in the crooked wood
I descend..." -  Of Moths and Phantom Queens, Joey Morris, Songs of Shades 3


Temple of The Birch Badb Wood is the refinement of the Bone Birch energy, in order to deepen the energetic matrix of the Incense as well as create a more complex and evocative scent. 


Within the Ulster text The Wooing of Emer, there is made mention of the "Wood of Badb," a tantalising descriptor that hints at the possibility of Sacred Groves used in worship to The Phantom Queen. 
Within The book of The Great Queen by Morpheus Ravenna describes a grove sacred to Baduhenna who she calls "a likelycognate of Badb." (p196.)


For my part, I have always found groves to be sacred, and the Silver Birch, with its folklore roots attached to Death and Rebirth, to be a primary guardian of the Otherworld. 
The connection seems largely to be personal gnosis though there are references to banshees in Silver Birch lore. 


The Temple of The Birch Badb Wood creates an energetic matrix to transport you to a liminal woodland within a Sacred Grove. 
It evokes the energy of a place of utter calm and silence, just after a storm - The trees are drenched in water and their leaves fragrant, the ground wet and cold, the undergrowth rustles with life barely within ear shot, but within the grove itself... stillness.
Badb walks this grove, watchful, her eyes expressive - this is a place of Death and Rebirth.


The beauty of this incense is that it creates sanctuary for personal rituals of connecting to Badb, and rebirthing yourself from the old versions of you.

Helichrysum, the "everlasting," is a wonderful spell energy that teaches us about the immortal nature of the soul and regeneration, as well as faciliating communication with Spirits.
Coupled with different tree energies but in particular Silver Birch, this incense is a wondrous matrix of supportive rebirth in a sacred Grove.


This is the place I describe travelling to in Death of a Woods Witch:


"I find myself at the centre, the clearing, surrounded by the circle of trees.




"Here I have come again to die," I whisper, and step over the threshold.
The air ripples and the energy lifts from the soil, electric and humming with my every step, as I ascend the stone altar, feeling its weight beneath me.
It greets me in memory and knowing, for this is no virgin death, and I lay down, my eyes streaming with the sadness of it all.

"They hurt me," I say, and it all rushes outwards. "I know," says the Witch of my Soul, "And the Knife beckons."

I open my eyes and watch her then, this reflection of me robed in shadow and star, as arms outstretched she chants the ancient words of endings. It is time, I know, for this ending, and I mourn for all that is lost. She strikes, quick and true, plunging it into my heart.

It is done, And we are One again."


Contains herbs burn with care
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Starry Temple Incense - Temple of The Birch Badb Wood