Aaaahhhh the Northern Lights (aurora borealis) the beautiful dancing waves of changing light that have captivated humans for millennia. The northern lights, or the aurora borealis, are the beautiful dancing waves of light that have enthralled humans for millennia. We all have an Aura a field of energy and light that surrounds us and charges us and also protects us from Magickal attsacks and other harmful phenomenon. This candle is spell cast with spells of cleansing, clearing and shielding your Aura.Blended, blessed, hand poured and empowered on our house Altar with 8 oz of all natural soy and our Northern Lights fragrance blend. Comes in your choice of saphire blue or seafoam green clear tumbler with a brush bronze lid and dressed on top with Icelandic moss.
Visions of snow-covered pines and arctic winds fills the mind with this scent.
An outdoor, wintery scent, Nordic Lights bottles a winter’s night chill with top notes of eucalyptus and lavender. Resinous pine is at the heart of this scent, and it rests on an herbal, woody base of rosemary, cedar, and oakmoss.
This fragrance oil is infused with natural essential oils including pine, cypress, eucalyptus, cedarwood, cinnamon bark, cardamom, lavandin, rosemary, cade, cistus extract, guaicwood, and clove bud.
Top: Eucalyptus, Lavender
Middle: Pine, Cypress, Bayberry
Base: Rosemary, Cedar, Peppercorn, Oakmoss
May your light shine bright!
For all its beauty, this spectacular light show is a rather violent event. Energized particles from the sun slam into Earth's upper atmosphere at speeds of up to 45 million mph (72 million km/h), but our planet's magnetic field protects us from the onslaught. As Earth's magnetic field redirects the particles toward the North Pole, the dramatic process transforms into a cinematic atmospheric phenomenon that dazzles and fascinates scientists and skywatchers alike.On Earth, the northern lights' counterpart in the Southern Hemisphere is the southern lights — they are physically the same and differ only in their location. As such, scientists expect them to occur simultaneously during a solar storm, but sometimes the onset of one lags behind the other.