Introducing our take on Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mexico's patron Saint, who helps heal, grants prayers, opens doors, guides and protects, especially watching over birthing mothers. In Aztec tradition, she is the Earth Goddess of the soil as well as Mother Goddess, known as Tonan, or Tonantzin. The Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, celebrated in Mexico and North America, falls on December 12 near to and in honor of the Winter Solstice.
For altar work, gratitude is key with this goddess and offerings of red roses, chocolate, mangos, pastries, avocado, and apples are appreciated.
Candles are 100% soy wax and lightly-scented with patchouli, absinthe and black currant.