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A Summoning of Many: Goddesses of Abundance

A Summoning of Many: Goddesses of Abundance

SKU: 1262108


Layaways are now available.  You will need to put 20% down.  You need to pay at least monthly.  You have six months to pay it off.  You need to email to set up your layaway with a link for what you want.  Your item will not be removed until you put your 20% down.  There are NO REFUNDS on layaways.  Know this BEFORE putting it on!  If for some reason you cannot finish paying your layaway, whatever you have paid toward your layaway will be converted to store credit.

All $38.00 pieces from all websites are items that can be replaced. If you are seeing an item, but it is out of stock you can simply email and request a duplicate. Likewise, you may not always be receiving what the picture shows. The piece will always hold the exact same powers, though, so you don't have to worry about that. If emailing for a replacement piece, please be sure to specify what type of jewelry you like and we will try our best to get you that. Again, when you purchase a $38.00 item, you may not always get what you see pictured, but it will always hold the same power. These are Carnival of Caveness, $38.00 items.

This piece serves as a piece of great abundance.  It was made with the help of our master conjurer.  It calls upon the presence of multiple goddesses that bring you nothing but abundance.  Do not mistake abundance solely for wealth.  This is abundance in all things-- love, health, family, protection, magic, relationships, etc.  Whatever areas abundance can be applied to your life, this piece will allow you to experience it.  Below is a list of the goddesses that this piece summons.  They do not compete, they work in unison!    

From the Egyptians:  Menet-Weret

From the Greeks:  Euthenia

From the Romans:  Abundantiam Rosmerta

From the Hindus:  Lakshmi, Lajja Guari

From the Babylonians:  Nabu

From the Sumerians:  Nanshe

From the Yakut:  Bai Baianai

From the Gashin (Korean):  Teojusin

From the Celts:  Vasunna

From the Norse:  Freya

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