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Elephants are immediately perceived as incredibly powerful animals, majestic in our sight. But their value is inherently rich in symbolic meaning, especially within Hindu mythology, the god Ganesha being the cheerful eradicator of obstacles. Ever mindful of their existence and exhibiting highly intelligent (and even ritualistic) behaviors, there is much inspiration for us to take from the soul of Elephant. A blend of floral and herbal aspects – storax, katrifay, zinnia, tea rose, clover and labdanum - with bright berry notes of huckleberry and elderberry, and fresh light accents of Tibetan white tea and pink grapefruit.

 

CLOVER ~ (for Horton) ~ Protection, preservation of youth, fidelity. Healing, soothing, luck.
STORAX ~ Healing, mental acuity, relaxation, sensual, love drawing, deflection of negativity.
AFRICAN KATRIFAY ~ Fortifying, for aiding and restoring of physical strength.
ZINNIA ~ Friendship, innocence, affection, memory, to keep you in their thoughts.
HUCKLEBERRY ~ Dreams, wishes, luck, good fortune, deflection of negativity.
ELDERBERRY ~ A lure for the Fae. Long considered a highly potent magical plant. Healing, induces visions and dreams, creativity, twigs used as a charm against illness.
TEA ROSE ~ Memory, remembrance, renewal, hope, peace, higher virtues.
GRAPEFRUIT ~ Refreshes and uplifts the spirit, eases exhaustion; beauty and youth glamour. Lends an aura of "sparkle" to the wearer.
WHITE TEA ~ Invigorating, refreshing, mentally and physically uplifting, lust. Riches, courage, strength.
LABDANUM ~ One of the oldest known perfume ingredients. Considered holy, used in tribute, and as a sense-memory tool to stimulate the subconscious. Said to revive long forgotten memories and feelings.

 

Created by: Mara Fox

Description: Julie (luna65)

Label art: Mara Fox

Totem Baby Animals collection, Spring 2014

 

Spring Collection 2014
The Goddess Eostre - the etymology of the name seemingly developed from the word "egg" - was the pre-Christian Pagan Goddess of Spring. Her symbols were those of fertility: baby animals, eggs and bunnies. In honor of Eostre and this season of re-birth, our Spring Collection is a celebration of squee-worthy baby animals, a set of 20 Animal Totem Potions, for April and May.

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