STAND TALL, PROTECTED AND REPRESENT DIVINE LIGHT.
Long, long ago there was a cold winter where the snow was deep and the wind blew across the land. The Douglas fir stood tall and proud through the days of bitter cold. Like other evergreens, fir trees are associated with protection and spirituality in many Native American tribes. Fir branches are used for purifying and warding off ghosts in some Salish and other Northwestern tribes. Fir cones, like pine cones, were used for weather magic in some Northwestern tribes. The branches spread widely and offered protection to small plants and animals below. Druids used to light large bonfires of Scots pine at winter solstice to celebrate the passing of the seasons and to draw back the sun. Pines were also decorated with light and shiny objects, the tree covered in stars being a representation of Divine Light.
Each order includes 3 Sachets.
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