Midnight Spell back patch
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Mint is a common herb used in spell work to bring the spell caster fortune, purification, prosperity, healing, travel, strength, and psychic awareness. When placed inside a witch’s circle it will attract benevolent spirits and promote good energy.
Apples are perhaps the most magical of all fruits. Often used in spell work and placed on altars, the fruit is associated with love, fertility, immortality, healing, the soul, and wisdom. The Apple is related to goddesses such as Venus, Pomona, and Freya, among others. It is sometimes used as a direct symbol of Venus, the Roman goddess of love and fertility, because the fruit also functions as a symbol for heart. Pomona is a Roman goddess and wood nymph who tends to the cultivation of fruit trees and orchards in early spring. Fruiting apples trees and a pruning knife are two of the symbols associated with her. Freya is the goddess of love, sexuality, beauty, war, and death in Norse mythology. It is said that she would shake apple trees to invoke a good harvest and in return the towns folk would leave apples in the trees as offerings to the generous goddess. When an apple is cut in half the correct way a star can be seen made up from it’s seeds. Sliced in this particular way, the fruit is often placed on magical altars as it embodies the aforementioned goddesses and displays the five-pointed star alluding to the union of the four elements with the soul.
Midnight Spell is original artworkhand drawn and screenprinted by Adrienne Rozzi of Poison Apple Printshop. White ink on black fabric. Medium measures 10″ x 10″ and Large measures 13″ x 14″