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The Reliquary of Wisdom
It's Reliquary season!
The Reliquary of Wisdom features scents of desserts, coffees, decadent fruit blends, and traditional winter holiday scents!
About the Reliquary
The Reliquary of Wisdom is currently led by Elder Herald Clementine Birchgrove. She and her Messengers manage and preserve the great vault of all collected bunny knowledge, history, and lore. Their robes are a sage green velvet and they wear a metal casting of a single sage leaf around their necks. The colors associated with the Reliquary are greens and browns.
The Reliquary is forever seeking and chronicling new or missing pieces of knowledge. All Fluffles are expected to provide at least annual reports of notes and information so that it can be analyzed to see if it needs to officially be added to the vault.
When the trend of collecting human ephemera took off about 200 years ago, at first the Reliquary of Wisdom poo-poo’d this new source of information as a young bunny’s fling. But the fad spread into all ages and fields, and the Reliquary was eventually forced to get on board. They pressed the Council of Elders to form the new Fluffle of Ephemerists within the Department of Plant Support, and their collection of human ephemera is now the grandest in all of the world. For research purposes only, of course!
The Original Caretaker: Herald Iris Hillpath, Messenger of Wisdom
Iris valued knowledge above all else and set herself to the task of seeking and recording all possible forms of information. Her dutiful hard work became the deep underground vault of rooms and tunnels that make up the Reliquary of Wisdom.
Iris fastidiously documented the lives and achievements of the 5 Original Caretakers, which eventually became known as the Arcane Codex. Though the name of “Arcane Bunny Society” is recorded in the earliest pages of the Arcane Codex, it is not certain if it came from Iris or if she just transcribed it.
Because of Iris’s patience and common sense, she was awarded with the season of Winter. Though Iris primarily wanted her “Closing the Season” holiday to celebrate and reflect upon the season’s hard work, she was not about to let an opportunity for practicality pass her by! The new season was to be welcomed with a tidy, well-organized burrow, so homes were to be scrupulously cleaned and de-cluttered in time for the December 21st holiday. Evergreen sprigs and large pinecones were used as decorations, and the traditional gift became one book per bunny to be opened on the 31st.
December 21st Holiday: Closing the Season (aka "Making Room")
December 21st (Winter Solstice)
The Closing the Season Holiday(sometimes called “Making Room”) is about celebrating the season’s hard work and welcoming the new season with a tidy, well-organized burrow. In preparation of the holiday (or fervently on the morning of), homes are scrupulously cleaned and de-cluttered. Homes are decorated with evergreen sprigs and the outside common areas between burrows have a large pinecone set up for the young buns to decorate together.
On the morning of the holiday itself, items that are no longer wanted are placed in front of the home where neighbors may come by to trade for or just be given the unwanted items. In fact, many bunnies spend most of the morning and afternoon traveling from burrow to burrow just to see what has been put out.
Once all excess items have been claimed, food tables are set up near the pinecones and all families present at least one dish to share. (Some of these dishes are what could be called “adventurous eating” because in order to clean the pantry, some odd items may end up in that pan!) After bunnies have more or less eaten their fill, it is time to light the pinecones.
The pinecones are carefully set ablaze and both acorns and marshmallows are roasted and eaten. Bunnies dance, chat, laugh, and often doze as they pass the time while the pinecones burns.
From the dying embers of the pinecone fire, families light a bundled bunch of dried pine needles and carry the smoke into every room of their burrow while thanking Nature for her blessings. This smoke “cleans the air” and hence is the last step before being ready to welcome in the new season!
Can you explain the labels?
We used to have a unique label for each product. After a lot of thought, we designed a label system that would allow unlimited possibility! Our scents are now broken down by scent family. Each scent family has a label design that corresponds to one of our 5 Sacred Orders. Click through our Sacred Order collections above to learn more about the scent families!
Look for these items to come back online early December!