Goddess Yemaya

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Yemaya

Seaberry Fragrance Enjoy the hint of floral, melon and berries floating on top of a fresh tropical ocean breeze! A wonderful scent all year long!

Soy Wax Tarts 6PK Clam Shell 1x1" Color will vary as these are made in small batches

Freshly made by Shabby Witch

Wouldn't these make a nice gift for you or a friend



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 tradeoff of intensity versus endurance.

About Yemaya:
West African, Brazilian and Afro-Caribbean goddess Yemaya is Mother Water, orisha of the oceans. She represents mother love and the affairs of women - fertility, children, birthing, the home and family. She is the merciful goddess of creation and protector of women during conception and childbirth, and of children during their childhood. She is the deep ocean of comfort for those in need.

African deities (orishas) are usually represented by flowing, swirling images of colour and movement, depicting the elemental energies rather than an anthropomorphised image. Yemaya's energy is depicted with sky blue, white and silver swirling colour. In other images, she is a mermaid or a beautiful woman.

Yemaya brings forth and protects life through all the highs and lows, even during the worst atrocities that can be suffered. She reminds women to take time out for themselves, to nurture their own needs and to respect their deserved position in life.

Traditional Colors: Blue and white

Number: 7

Areas of Influence: Motherhood, the ocean, fishermen, family issues, pregnancy, women’s issues, children, healing (especially female plumbing issues)

Entities associated with: Our Lady of Regla

Symbols: Anything ocean related, especially dolphins, fish, shells, etc., 2 tailed mermaid, 7 silver bracelets, a necklace made with alternating 7 blue and 7 white beads.

Offerings: fish, fruits (watermelon, cantaloupe, berries, and coconut especially), white wine, all seafood, lettuce, coffee

Feast Days: September 7th (Santeria), February 2nd (Brazil), Mother’s day

Astrology: The sign of Cancer

Tarot: The Empress, 3 of cups

Chakra: Heart

Gemstones: Pearls, blue topaz, aquamarine, blue lace agate, mother of pearl, silver

Animals: Dolphins, fish of all kinds, Ducks, geese, swans and other water birds, blue butterflies, sea horses

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  • Shipping Weight: 0.25lbs
  • 6 Units in Stock


This product was added to our catalog on Wednesday 27 September, 2017.

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