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✨ Janus the Wolf Candle by The Rural School of Economics - Myvillages ✨
" This two-faced wolf candle is inspired by Janus, the Roman god that stands for ambivalence. Janus represented the middle ground between both concrete and abstract dualities. As for the local context, around the last millennium, wolves came back to Germany from the east, crossing the river Oder in Saxony and finding their way to the Lüneburger Heathlands. Since 2012, a pack of wolves has been living close to Neuenkirchen. Wolves are a hotly discussed subject and mirror reactions to the unknown as mixed reactions coming from the local residents. "