South Indian Rangoli Style🌈
Rangoli drawn by chalk or stone powder using interconnecting dots or flowery designs are most often used in South India. Such patterns are typically created with materials, including colored rice, dry flour,(colored) sand or even flower petals. One can always use earthen lamps(diya), powdered glitters and mirrors for enhancing your masterpiece.
Cimaruta Witch Charm
Product Code: TPD3133
Not every witch lives in Salem or England or Italy. Oftentimes, they are in our minds. Ordinarily, they live in our hearts. There is always a little wise witch in all of us. Established in the lore of the Old Religion of Italy, the Cimaruta Witch Charm is an extremely old charm fashioned after the image of a sprig of rue, which is an herb that is highly featured in Italian magic and legend. The branch of the rue is partitioned into three stems symbolizing the triple form goddess, Diana. Various charms appear on the rue design and each one bears its own meaning. The primary symbols are the moon, serpent, and key. These represent the goddess in her triple form as Hecate (the key), Diana (the moon) and Proserpina (the serpent). This ancient grouping of the goddess appears in the ancient writings of such figures as Lucan. The Cimaruta Witch Charm was mostly produced from the late 18th century up to the present day in Naples, South Italy, where belief in the Evil Eye has remained strong. Through the essence of the Cimaruta, you align yourself with the Witches of Olde, carrying on a tradition kept for countless generations.
As you are imbued with mystical potential, the Cimaruta Witch embodies an enchanting charm you have dream about. .
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