XVII. The Star: Aquarius Votive Candle
Scent Profile: crisp, green, refreshing, sweet, woodsy, herbaceous, slightly camphorous, citrusy, warm, woodsy
Ingredients: Golden 464 Soy Wax, Juniper Berry Essential Oil, Lavender 40/42 Essential Oil, Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Cedarwood Essential Oil, Pink Grapefruit Essential Oil, Royal-Blue-Colored Dye, Sea-Foam-Colored Dye, HTP 105 Candle Wick, glass votive candle holder
Uses for Aquarius Votive Candle
Increase positivity, hope, optimism, and long-term vision with The Star. Dispel negativity, ward away evil. Use for protection, purification, cleansing, and creating sacred space. A useful aid for astral projection, it helps in connecting with the spirit world.
This angelic blend is perfect for prayer and meditation. It supports spiritual awakening, healing, profound releasing, and personal empowerment. Call on your higher self, bringing in divine guidance and blessings as you navigate rites of passage, life transitions, and new beginnings.
The Star is helpful for restoring faith, as well as alleviating burnout and compassion fatigue. Those in the helping professions can take a breath of fresh air, relaxing and replenishing after putting out a lot of energy. Restore a sense of spiritual strength and resilience, boosting energy and gaining mental clarity.
Encourage love and understanding, visionary thinking, compassion and empathy. Address issues affecting community or groups of people. Reveal the objective or higher truth and help people connect over shared visions and ideals.
- Cleansing, Refreshing, Purifying
- Energizing, Invigorating, Rejuvenating
- Uplifting, Mood Elevating
- Grounding, Balancing
- Healing, Soothing, Calming, Relaxing
- Concentration, Focus, Mental Clarity
Herbal Properties & Actions
- Sedative & Stimulant
The Astrological Election (Jupiter-Saturn in Aquarius)
December 21, 2020 at 9:46am Pacific (Portland, OR)
This candle corresponds to The Star card in the Major Arcana of the Tarot. The electional chart was chosen for a time when Jupiter was conjunct Saturn in Aquarius on the Winter Solstice. Mercury was Cazimi within one degree just as the Sun entered Capricorn.
The Great Conjunction of Jupiter and Saturn in Aquarius represents a vision of hope and optimism for the future. This positive outlook is echoed by the Winter Solstice itself, a time of year that is darkest but also marks the beginning of the Sun’s re-emergence.