Abundantia Prosperity candle, Money Drawing, Blessing, ritual, prayer candle, wealth, intention, altar candle, money spell, herb, spice
Essential oil of White Sage, Palo Santo, Frankincense, Clove, Mint and Lavender blended into pure soy wax
"In ancient Roman religion, Abundantia also called Abundita (Latin pronunciation: [abʊnˈdantɪ.a]) or Copia was a divine personification of abundance and prosperity.
The name Abundantia means plenty or riches. This name is fitting as Abundantia was a goddess of abundance, money-flow, prosperity, fortune, valuables, and success.
She would help protect your savings and investments. Abundantia would even assist someone with major purchases. She was among the embodiments of virtues in religious propaganda that cast the emperor as the ensurer of "Golden Age" conditions.
Abundantia thus figures in art, cult, and literature, but has little mythology as such. She may have survived in some form in Roman Gaul and medieval France. Abundantia would carry a cornucopia that was filled with grain and coins. She would occasionally leave some of her grain or money at someone's house as a gift. "
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Is it going to make all your financial problems go away? No, but they are made to help you focus on your intentions and manifest abundance during these tough economic times.
Maybe…if enough of these use them it might manifest some decent human behaviors on corporations to stop the price gouging at the pumps and stores though, one can hope!
Break out you paint pen, dry erase marker or sharpie and write your intention on the side of the prayer candle to set your intention.
•Pure Soy Wax
•phthalate, zinc and benzine free
Handmade in small batches using unique ingredients.
Joseph Spence. Polymetis: Or, An Enquiry Concerning the Agreement Between the Works of the Roman Poets, and the Remains of the Antient Artists: Being an Attempt to Illustrate Them Mutually from One Another. In Ten Books. R. Dodsley, 1747, p. 148.
"Abundantia, Roman Goddess of Abundance". www.thaliatook.com. Retrieved 2020-09-10.
Virtue, Doreen (2005). Goddesses and Angels. United States of America: Hay House. p. 215. ISBN 978-1-4019-0473-9.