Goddess Morrighan Tarts

$4.99

Morrighan /Morrigan

Scent is apple & clover Topped with apple, heather, meadowsweet, rue & Vervain and more.

Soy Tarts 6PK Clam Shell 1x1"

Use in tart or oil warmer. Juts break off one or two squares and place in your warmer.

Do Not add water use in a tea light or electric tart warmer approved for wax melts. Do Not melt on stove top or in none approved appliances. Do Not leave warmers unattended while in use. Keep out of reach of children and pets. Use in well ventilated areas away from flammable materials. Discontinue use if dish contains less than 1/2" of wax.

Why do some wax melts seem to last longer than others? The temperature of the tart warmer is the single biggest factor to influence how long a wax melt will produce an effective scent throw. Some tart warmers get hotter than others. Tart warmers that get really hot will produce a higher intensity fragrance, but the fragrance will dissipate much sooner. Tart warmers that don’t get as hot tend to produce a less intense, but longer lasting aroma. Therefore, it is a trade off of intensity versus endurance.


Morrigan

Her personality is associated with the sometimes frightening aspects of female energy.

The origins of the Morrígan seem to reach directly back to the megalithic cult of the Mothers. The Mothers (Matrones, Idises, Dísir, etc.) usually appeared as triple goddesses and their cult was expressed through both battle ecstasy and regenerative ecstasy.


The Morrigu is prophetess of all misfortune in battle and has knowledge of the fate of humanity. She is also the messenger of death as the dark lady/washer at the ford : Morrigan is seen washing bloody laundry prior to battle by those destined to die.

As a protectress she empowers an individual to confront challenges with great personal strength, even against seemingly overwhelming odds. Roman chroniclers reported that Celts went into battle naked, exposing tattoos to summon their magical forces.


"The Mare-Queen" is often shown as a black raven or hooded crow, who feeds on the killed warriors after battle. She appears also as a caillech, one-eyed old woman. As a shape shifter, she would often appear as a raven or red cow.

The 'Phantom Queen,'s role and cult can easily be identified as remains of a matriarchal cult. She has a lot in common with goddesses like Inanna/Ishtar, the Indian Kali or Hecate.



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