Three Witches oil by Rev Roy

$12.00

Three Witches oil is not only used to amplify your magick but also represents the Triple Goddess – Maiden, Mother, Crone as well as the three stages of God – Stag, Father, Sage. For tapping into the power of group ritual and magic. Contains mugwort, rosemary, peppermint, lavender, tea tree, fine fragrance, and other essential oils and herbs in a base of fractionated coconut oil.

Our line of oils call upon the power of nature and the ancient principles of magick by using herbs, oils, roots, and flowers that are associated with specific tasks, spells, or the honoring of Deities and Spirits. Each formula is crafted with these energies in mind. Mainly real, plant-based essential oils with a dash of fine fragrance.

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Three Witches oil is not only used to amplify your magick but also represents the Triple Goddess – Maiden, Mother, Crone as well as the three stages of God – Stag, Father, Sage. For tapping into the power of group ritual and magic. Contains mugwort, rosemary, peppermint, lavender, tea tree, fine fragrance, and other essential oils and herbs in a base of fractionated coconut oil.

A goddess or deity archetype that is highly esteemed in many Neopagan spiritual and religious traditions is the Triple Goddess. The Triple Goddess is typically understood by Neopagans to be a triunity comprising three different elements or characters combined into one deity. These three characters, who are also referred to as the Maiden, the Mother, and the Crone, each represent a different stage of the feminine life cycle and a different Moon phase. They also frequently control one of the three domains of heavens, earth, and underworld. Her male counterpart in some Wiccan traditions is the Horned God.

The Triple God: Celebrating a Man’s Three Stages of Life
The stag god represents the young man, who is usually not yet a parent. The stag horns are a sign of the developing sexual maturity in men, as well as of purposeful, intelligent power. In western cultures, males frequently overlook the importance of becoming fathers. Any man who becomes a parent bears a significant transformation and weighty duty. It should be respected and honored in addition to developing into a mature male adult. The Sage represents the wise, older man.