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Goddess of time; creation; destruction; and contradictions. Kali was a tribal goddess prior to the Aryan invasions, which brought Vedic traditions and Hinduism to India. Her veneration was so persistent, enduring and significant that she was eventually incorporated into the Hindu pantheon as one of its most powerful deities. According to myth, when all the other deities were stymied by a demon, Kali emerged as an independent emanations the goddess Durga. Kali is an unstoppable force: she handily defeated that demon but was then unable to stop her whirling dance of destruction. The entire world would have been destroyed had not Shiva, her beloved thrown himself at her feet, risking his own death but snapping her out of her rampage. Sensationalized descriptions of Kali tend to overlook the great blessings she brings: bestowing protection; good health; abundance and fertility on her devotees and great to work with for doing shadow work.
Offerings: Red hibiscus flowers; jaggery; (unrefined sugar)
Planet: Moon (especially dark and waning phases)
Colors: Black, red, midnight blue, purple
Sacred Creatures: Jackal, Crow
Flowers: Red Hibiscus, Red Rhodedendron
Kali promised to bless anyone who offered her red hibiscus flowers.
Each wax melt is FIXED and charged with Magickal intentions and oils, and crystal chips for this specific intention.