♎♀The Empress | Venus in Libra ♀♎ : Lavender, Rose Geranium, Spearmint & Ylang Ylang
This is an all-natural soy wax votive candle in a glass container. Each hand-poured ritual candle is made using principles of eclectic green magick, astrology, divination, and aromatherapy. Made with pure essential oils and natural wicks that are lead and zinc free. Soy wax melts to create a beautiful wax pool, so it needs to be kept in a container. These votives are sold in a glass votive candle holder for your convenience.
The limited Venus in Libra candle series corresponds to The Empress and Justice cards in the Major Arcana of the Tarot. The electional chart was chosen for an auspicious time when Venus was dignified in her home sign of Libra.
From Anthologies by Vettius Valens:
Libra is the house of Venus, masculine, equinoctial, anthropomorphic, upward-trending, airy, feminizing, vocal, noble, changeable, a diminisher of estates, the Lower Midheaven of the universe, public, ecliptic, the supervisor of crops, vineyards, olive groves, aromatics, homesteads, measures, and artisans
From the Pictorial Key to the Tarot by Waite (1910):
A stately figure, seated, having rich vestments and royal aspect, as of a daughter of heaven and earth. Her diadem is of twelve stars, gathered in a cluster. The symbol of Venus is on the shield which rests near her. A field of corn is ripening in front of her, and beyond there is a fall of water. The sceptre which she bears is surmounted by the globe of this world. She is the inferior Garden of Eden, the Earthly Paradise, all that is symbolized by the visible house of man. She is not Regina coeli, but she is still refugium peccatorum, the fruitful mother of thousands. There are also certain aspects in which she has been correctly described as desire and the wings thereof, as the woman clothed with the sun, as Gloria Mundi and the veil of the Sanctum Sanctorum; but she is not, I may add, the soul that has attained wings, unless all the symbolism is counted up another and unusual way. She is above all things universal fecundity and the outer sense of the Word. This is obvious, because there is no direct message which has been given to man like that which is borne by woman; but she does not herself carry its interpretation.
In another order of ideas, the card of the Empress signifies the door or gate by which an entrance is obtained into this life, as into the Garden of Venus; and then the way which leads out therefrom, into that which is beyond, is the secret known to the High Priestess: it is communicated by her to the elect.
Ingredients: Golden 464 Soy Wax, Lavender Essential Oil, Rose Geranium Essential Oil, Spearmint Essential Oil, Ylang Ylang Essential Oil, Forest-Green-Colored Dye Block, HTP 105 Candle Wick, glass votive candle holder included