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Starwberry Dragon Statue Pepper Dragon Statue Abundant Goddess Astrological Scarf
Keyword: Celebration. The strawberry dragon brings joy and festivity. It carries on its wings a sweet energy that encourages celebrating your loved ones and your passions. This dragon reminds us to stay positive and to enjoy the good things we have. Keyword: Versatile. The three heads of this unique dragon remind us to keep ourselves adaptable and to adjust to unexpected situations. Remember, peppers can be spicy or they can be sweet, and it's important to know which ones to use and when. Be prepared! This beautiful, silky scarf represents each of the 12 zodiac signs with a goddess, surrounded by symbols associated with each sign. Designed by astrologer Joanna Martine Woolfolk, the art is desgined to help each of us celebrate the unique strength we all have. Each goddess represents strength, creativity, and an abundant heart.
Tiger Eye Tumbled Stones range from nickel to quarter-sized Sodalite Tumbled Stones Citrine Tumbled Stones
Tiger Eye is an excellent stone for helping to achieve balance in any way, and it can help to encourage harmony in ourselves and our relationships with others. Pick one up today! Sodalite is an excellent stone for developing intuitive abilities, seeing things clearly, and discovering where we our on our personal journeys. Pick one up today! Citrine is an excellent stone for banishing dark thought and bringing in sunshine and optimism. It also helps manifest our dreams by bringing our mental energy and will together as one. Pick one up today!
Black Salt - 1 oz bag Chango Orisha Mini-Statue Oshun Orisha Mini-Statue
This powerful ritual component is of great use in removing jinxes and keeping away evil forces or bad neighbors. Sprinkle it in the area you desire to protect or in ritual circles to empower your magick, or blend small amounts with ink to increase the potency of your magickal seals. This is a 1 oz packet of black salt. Chango, also known as Shango, is the Orisha of thunder, dancing, fire,
and male virility in the Yoruba religion. He embodies the energy of life and is a powerful sorcerer.
Oshun, also known as Ochun, is the Orisha of rivers, fresh water, love,
beauty, and fertility in the Yoruba religion. She is known as a powerful
sorceress and a protector of pregnant women.
Obatala Orisha Mini-Statue Oya Orisha Mini-Statue Ochosi Orisha Mini-Statue
Obatala is the Orisha of knowledge, leadership, and justice in the
Yoruba religion. He is a divine judge and father figure for both
humanity and the Orishas themselves.
Oya is the Orisha of storms, winds, lightning, and rebirth in the Yoruba
religion. She is also known as a fierce protector of women and a guide
for the spirits of the dead.
Also known as Oshosi, he is the Great Hunter who never misses his mark.
He is the Orisha of the wilderness, of hunters, and of those who have
problems with the law. He is a defender of the innocent, standing up
against inequality.
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