Every Spring when Persephone joins Demeter above ground, the Earth stirs from its brumal slumber. This mother-daughter convergence incites new life to bloom and grow.
According to an ancient decree, Persephone must spend half the year in the Underworld to rule the shadows by her husband Hades's side.
Demeter turns desolate at the departure of her daughter. The anguish of the Goddess of Agriculture is reflected in the Earth's changes: lifeless leaves begin to fall off trees as frost glazes the ground, marking the barren season.
Persephone embodies the Maiden as much as she does the Crone; wisened through her witness of the perpetual cycle of life and death.
We as humans are multifaceted. Persephone teaches us that we can embrace ourselves fully; dichotomies and all.
Sea Salt with Vanilla and Lavender oils, Butterfly Pea Flower, Violets, Pomegranate Powder, and Beet Root Powder, with a Garnet crystal nestled inside.