Museumize:Baltic Amber Mythos Protection Incense - F-029 - 3 PACK

Amber of Baltic Good Wishes Come True Incense Sticks by Flaires - 3 PACK

PN# F-029
  • $7.95 USD

In Stock

By Flaires, Amber of Baltic Incense Sticks. Primary aroma: Resinoid. Components: Amber.

  • Esoteric Use: Make good wishes come true. Protection spells, evil eye. Attract customers.
  • Long burning time (no less than 50 minutes) and long lasting.
  • Premium quality. All natural.
  • Made in Spain by Flaires (PN# F-029)
  • 3 packs of 16 sticks = 48 sticks.

Part of the Mythos Collection of ancient formulas found in history from many countries around the world.

History of Baltic Amber: Amber is a fossilized resin of ancient trees that existed between 25 and 130 million years ago.

The Greeks called amber "electron", from which the word electricity was derived since it is electrically charged when rubbed with a cloth and can attract small particles. They thought they were pieces of sunlight, believing that the solidification occurred when the pieces broke as the sun hid in the sea.

The amber of the Baltic is full of legends and mysteries, according to some it contains "the light of the world".

A legend tells that Phaeton boasted with his friends that his father was the Sun God. They were reluctant to believe it and Phaethon ended up going to his father Helios, who swore by the river Styx to give him whatever he asked. Phaethon wanted to drive his carriage (the sun) one day. Although Helios tried to dissuade him, Phaethon remained adamant. When the day came, Phaethon panicked and lost control of the white horses pulling the cart. First it turned too high, so the earth cooled. Then it fell too low, and the vegetation dried up and burned. Phaethon accidentally turned most of Africa into desert, burning the skin of the Ethiopians to blackness. Finally, Zeus was forced to intervene by striking the car with a bolt of lightning to stop it, and Phaethon drowned in the river Eridanus (Po). His friend Cicno was so upset that the gods turned him into a swan. Her sisters, the heliads, also grieved and were transformed into alders or poplars, according to Virgil, turning their tears into amber.

In Lithuania there is a beautiful legend about the appearance of amber: The beautiful Sea Goddess, Yurati, lived at the bottom of the ocean in a beautiful palace of amber. Yurati was not allowed to love a mortal man, because the God of lightning and thunder, Percunas, forbade it. When the daring beauty fell in love with one, Percunas immediately took the mortal's life, ruined the precious underwater palace and tied it with chains to its rubble. Since then, the poor woman cries to this day for her love and her tears become the amber that can be collected on the coast of the sea.

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