Goddess Durga | Ritual Spell Work Kit
Introducing our KASTAS PELL SPELL KITS, the perfect tools to help you evoke, invoke, and manifest your intentions and desires through spiritual practices. Each kit contains a set of carefully selected and curated ingredients, including candles, herbs, and oils, that are specifically chosen for their magical properties and potent energies.
These spell kits come in a variety of intentions and themes, so you can choose the kit that best suits your needs. Whether you're a seasoned practitioner or just starting out on your spiritual journey, our kits are designed to help you focus your intentions and channel your energy towards your desired outcome.
1 large white vagina ritual candle
1 essence of vanvan 1 oz. dropper
1 goddess durga spell work herbs 0.5 oz. jar
2 white small fixed pillar candles
Our candles are made with high-quality wax and fixed with specific herbs, ensuring that they are not only beautiful but also effective in enhancing the energy of your ritual.
Our herbs are selected based upon their properties and are sourced to ensure that they are of the highest quality.
Our oils are made with a blend of essential oils chosen to enhance the potency of the herbs and candles and help you achieve your desired outcome.
With their carefully curated ingredients and easy-to-use tools, these KASTAS PELL SPELL KITS are an excellent choice for anyone looking to enhance their spiritual practice and tap into the power of magic.
Who Is Durga?
In general, Durga is seen as a symbol of the fierce, transformative power of the divine feminine. Her many arms and weapons represent her ability to both create and destroy, and her victory over the demon Mahishasura represents the triumph of good over evil.
The lion or tiger, which is often depicted as Durga's vehicle, represents strength and courage. The lotus flower, which she sometimes holds in one of her hands, symbolizes purity and detachment.
Durga is also associated with the chakras, or energy centers within the body. Each of her many arms is said to represent one of the seven chakras, and her role as the destroyer of negativity and obstacles is seen as an important aspect of spiritual growth and evolution.
What Does The Louts Flower Symbolize?
The lotus flower is a symbol that is widely recognized across many spiritual and religious traditions. It is often associated with themes of growth, transformation, and spiritual awakening. In many Eastern spiritual traditions, the lotus flower represents the path to enlightenment, as it rises above muddy waters to bloom into a beautiful flower. The flower is also often associated with the cycle of life, death, and rebirth, and is seen as a symbol of purity, perfection, and beauty. The lotus flower can remind us of the potential for personal growth and renewal in each new phase of life, and the possibility of experiencing profound spiritual transformation through overcoming challenges and difficulties.
What Does The Yoni Symbolize?
In the realm of the occult, the vagina is associated with the divine feminine and is seen as a potent symbol of creative energy and spiritual power. The yoni is often depicted as a stylized representation of the female reproductive organs, representing the creative energy of the universe and the potential for new life.
In some traditions, the yoni is also associated with the goddess Shakti, who is considered the embodiment of feminine energy and the creative force of the universe. The yoni is seen as a physical representation of Shakti's creative power and is often worshipped as a manifestation of her divine presence.
The yoni is also associated with the kundalini energy, which is said to reside in the root chakra, and can be awakened through spiritual practice. The yoni is seen as a symbol of this energy, representing the potential for spiritual transformation and higher consciousness.
Van Van Oil
Van Van oil is a popular ingredient used in Hoodoo, Voodoo, and some forms of Palo Mayombe. It is said to be a powerful spiritual tool for removing negative energy, bringing in good luck, and attracting positive influences. In Hoodoo, Van Van is often used to protect the home, ward off evil spirits, and draw in abundance and prosperity. It is also commonly used in love spells and to boost one's personal power and confidence. In Voodoo, Van Van is associated with the loa (spirits) Legba and Marie Laveau, and is used to clear away obstacles, open the way for positive energy, and bring in blessings. Some practitioners of Palo Mayombe also use Van Van oil as part of their spiritual practice, often to clear away negative energy or to draw in positive influences.
We do not sell magical items or guarantee any outcomes in anyone's life in any way shape or form. We can only offer tools for you to direct your own abilities in your own life