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Ouroboros, the World Serpent & Jörmungandr | Symbols from Folklore & Mythology
The depiction of a serpent or dragon consuming its own tail is an old one. A symbol of the cyclical nature of things - and linked to the end of the world and immortality - it's woven its way through time and across cultures for over a millennia. Origins and influences Originating in ancient Egyptian iconography, the Ouroboros first seems to appear in the Enigmatic Book of the Netherworld, found in the ancient tomb of Tutankhamun. The symbol persisted into Roman times, often appearing on magical talismans. The World Serpent is thought to have found its way into Western culture through...
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How to Plant Cacti & Succulents & Reuse Your Happy Piranha Candle Tin
It's a sad day when the last of your Happy Piranha scented candle fizzles out. Don't worry though - we've got some tips on how to give some life to the leftovers and make your candle tin into a home for a houseplant. We enjoy a good succulent or cacti here at Happy Piranha, we also enjoy putting effort into the designs on our candle labels, so we thought we'd combine the two. Here's how to hang onto your lovely labelled candle tin, avoid throwing it away and tips for turning it into your own piranha planter that a succulent...
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Top Tips for Burning Candles Safely: A Safe Use Guide | Happy Piranha
Some of you may live in a castle and like the atmosphere or in the hills where the usual commodities aren't as reliable, but remember, our scented candles are for your enjoyment, not your survival.
That said, here's our top tips on safe candle use to help you maximize your enjoyment and be all safe and comfortable while doing so.
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