Herbs from The Ancestors mother-blend, suffumigated and combined with passionflower, damiana, and other herbs for promoting affection and attraction, dried yellow roses offered the night of the operation, baby’s breath, talismanic materia from previous Venus series, genuine copper leaf, rose quartz and saltwater pearl, organic Mt. Shasta honey.
Submerge names, tokens, grave dirt, or ashes of any deceased you want to benefit from in the afterlife. Sweeten relations between those living and dead, yourself or other members of the family. Useful for inheritance disputes, before or after crossing over.
Note that sweetening troublesome relatives may promote unhelpful meddling or cause them to become clingy. Recommended for seasoned practitioners or the esoterically adventurous.
Arrives in a 2 oz glass jar for $33
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|Dimensions||2 × 2 × 2 in|
No — Contains ethically, legally harvested animal components
Saturday, September 7th 2019. Chart in image gallery.
As others have mentioned, this honey is vibrantly alive. I use it as a direct offering when making cups of tea for the Ancestors - any static clears and connections are established quickly and reliably. I’m convinced my Grandmother sends dreams just so I’ll sit down and have a cuppa sweetness with her. I’ve added some of this to regular honey and begun using that, to similar effect, in the hopes of making the materia last a bit longer!
I have a complex family background of broken lineages and adoption, and ordered this honey as I began to contemplate more directed ancestral work. I’ve only recently begun working with it (think I snagged one of the last jars), and I swear it has a consciousness all its own. I’m not experienced with honey pots, but this jar asks to be included in all kinds of ritual (not literally!). It exudes a comfort and watchfulness as I take baby steps forward with ancestral engagement. I hope there is another ancestral series at some point in the future, and in the meantime, I’m grateful to have this as a tool.
I should probably wait before writing a review, but feel compelled to share something you just can't make up. The day this was supposed to arrive, my father picked me up from work and had a lengthy out-of-the-blue talk with me about life insurance benefits, inheritance, and what will happen with my disabled sister after my parents die. The conversation ended with him showing me pictures of a town he biked through and fell in love with, including its 200 year old graveyard. The day the honey arrived, the package was placed on top of a letter from my late grandfather's trust concerning legal action that might result in my family getting more money than we expected. If that's what shipping it brought, I can't image what it will do when I start using it in ritual!
I can confirm what others have said - this stuff is alive. It's brimming with vibrance, and it migrates like it's on a mission. I can't recommend it enough.
Can confirm Ancestral Honey is active and expands, it arrived bubbling over, I thought I'd keep it on the altar closed, but it had other plans haha, and then I kept it on my altar open, asking the well ancestors to distribute as they saw fit. Really beautiful for scrying too (Talismanic Materia from a previous Venus series ya'll!)
Update on the Ancestral Honey. I swear it's alive! My original jar of it seems to have expanded--though I've used a third of the honey in my Ancestral Honey Pot (which is helping not only the dead but the elderly living), you can't tell that I've used any. The original jar is still full-to-overflowing! Perhaps this is an endless supply! Highly recommended!
This is lovely stuff! So alive, it keeps seeping out of the closed jar. I made an ancestral honey pot with a third of it, adding local honey, dirt ritually taken (& paid for) from the graves of my ancestors. I added some additional herbs, and then some papyrus petitions, asking my ancestors to look upon me favorably. We'll see what comes of it!