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Magical Herbs (Part 6)

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Magic #TLBWB #HighPriest #Witchcraft #Wizard #Witch #BookOfShadows #WheelOfTheYear #MagicalHerbs #Dandelion #Damiana #MagicalOils #Incense #Pentacle #MagicCircle #Spell #Grimoires

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Magical Herbs

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Magical Herbs

So, let’s talk magical herbs. Whether you think of them as mysterious plants that grow in the forest or the row of little bottles in your kitchen cabinet, they’re pretty useful, and they can be pretty confusing, even intimidating. What do you do with them? Which ones do I need? These herbs will help you with almost any need or problem you may have, as we shall explain. If you’re a practitioner of a modern magical tradition, chances are good that you’re in the habit of using herbs. Here’s a list of herbs that everyone should have on hand for magical purposes. Think of it as a basic Wizard or Witch’s arsenal of helpful herbs. Keep a few of these in your magical supply cabinet, just in case the need arises.

Once you have acquired your supply of herbs, we have a few suggestions regarding storage. Herbs are best kept in a cool, dry, dark location to maximize their lifespan. Excessive heat and moisture can cause them to become moldy, and prolonged strong sunlight can dry out and fade them. Specific methods of storage are up to you. Keep them in their plastic bags, stored in a cabinet. Transfer them to attractive glass jars with fancy ornamental stoppers. Whatever makes you feel magical and keeps your herbs fresh and easily accessible is fine.

Dandelion

Taraxacum is a large genus of flowering plants in the family Asteraceae, which consists of species commonly known as dandelions. The scientific and hobby study of the genus is known as taraxacology. The genus is native to Eurasia and North America, but the two most commonplace species worldwide, were introduced into North America from Europe and now propagate as wildflowers. Both species are edible in their entirety. The common name dandelion is also given to specific members of the genus.

Not only can the leaves, roots, and flower add a pop of color to your plate, but they’re also often found in herbal teas and supplements, where they’re used as a natural remedy to support blood sugar management and boost skin, liver, and heart health. From root to flower, dandelions are highly nutritious plants loaded with vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Dandelion greens can be eaten cooked or raw and are an excellent source of vitamins A, C, and K. They also contain vitamin E, folate, and small amounts of other B vitamins. What’s more, dandelion greens provide a substantial amount of several minerals, including iron, calcium, magnesium, and potassium. Dandelion root is often dried and made into tea, but you can also eat it whole as you do other root vegetables.

The ground root can act as a coffee substitute, and the flowers make a lovely wine. A superb cleansing tonic and the milky juice is a diuretic, a tonic and a relief for common stomach problems. Use a handful of flower tops to 1 pint of boiling water, steep 10 minutes and strain. Drink this several times a day. Use the milky latex from the stem, rub on a wart several times daily and soon it’s gone. Also good for night blindness.

Magical uses include divination, wishes and calling spirits. Bury on northwest side of house to draw good luck. Dandelion can be drunk as tea or carried in a bag to enhance psychic dreams and second sight. Use in dream pillows and sachets for sleep protection.

Damiana Leaves

Damiana is a shrub native to southern Texas in the United States, Central America, Mexico, South America, and the Caribbean. It belongs to the family Passifloraceae. Damiana is a relatively small, woody shrub that produces small, aromatic flowers. It blossoms in early to late summer and is followed by fruits that taste similar to figs. The shrub is said to have a strong spice-like odor somewhat like chamomile, due to the essential oils present in the plant.

Damiana is an ingredient in a traditional Mexican liqueur, which is sometimes used in lieu of triple sec in margaritas. Mexican folklore claims that it was used in the “original” margarita. The damiana margarita is popular in the Los Cabos region of Mexico.

In herbal medicine, damiana is used to treat conditions ranging from coughs, to constipation, to depression. The herbal supplement is reputed to help with Energy, Emphysema, low Estrogen, Frigidity, Hot Flashes, Impotency, Infertility, Menopause, Parkinson’s Disease, PMS, Inflammation of Prostate, Lou Gehrig’s disease, and more dealing with reproductive organs in both males and females.

Summoning spirits, healing, purification and defeating negativity. Bury in northwest corner of yard to bring favorable winds. Use in sachets and charms to make wishes come true. Damiana Leaves are used to draw a new lover, to intensify sexual passion, or to bring back a straying lover.

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Mabon – Autumn Equinox

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Mabon - Autumn Equinox

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Mabon – Autumn Equinox

This festival is now named after the the God of Welsh mythology, Mabon. He is the Child of Light and the son of the Earth Mother Goddess, Modron. Autumn Equinox, around September 21, is the time of the descent of the Goddess into the Underworld. With her departure, we see the decline of nature and the coming of winter.

Here is another point of perfect balance on the journey through the Wheel of the Year, its counterpart being Ostara or the Spring Equinox. Night and day are again of equal length and in perfect equilibrium, dark and light, masculine and feminine, inner and outer, in balance. But we are again on the cusp of transition and from now the year now begins to wane and from this moment darkness begins to defeat the light. The cycle of the natural world is moving towards completion, the Sun’s power is waning and from now on the nights grow longer and the days are are shorter and cooler. The sap of trees returns back to their roots deep in the earth, changing the green of summer to the fire of autumn, to the flaming reds, oranges and golds. We are returning to the dark from whence we came.

Mabon, “Great Son”, is a Welsh god. He was a great hunter with a swift horse and a wonderful hound. He may have been a mythologized actual leader. He was stolen from his mother, Modron, “Great Mother”, when he was three nights old.
All along, however, Mabon has been dwelling, a happy captive, in Modron’s magical Underworld, Madron’s womb. Only in this way can he be reborn. Mabon’s light has been drawn into the Earth, gathering strength and wisdom enough to become a new seed. In this sense, Mabon is the masculine the male fertilizing principle seasonally withdrawn.

Celebrate Mabon, but typically the focus is on either the second harvest aspect, the balance between light and dark. This, after all, is the time when there is an equal amount of day and night. While we celebrate the gifts of the earth, we also accept that the soil is dying. We have food to eat, but the crops are brown and going dormant. Warmth is behind us, cold lies ahead. Here are a few rituals you may want to think about trying.

  • Setting Up Your Mabon Altar: Celebrate the Mabon Sabbat by decorating your altar with the colors and symbols of the late harvest season.
  • Create a Mabon Food Altar: Mabon is a celebration of the second harvest season. It’s a time when we’re gathering the bounty of the fields, the orchards, and the gardens, and bringing it in for storage.
  • Ten Ways to Celebrate the Autumn Equinox: This is a time of balance and reflection, following the theme of equal hours light and dark. Here are some ways you and your family can celebrate this day of bounty and abundance.
  • Honor the Dark Mother at Mabon: This ritual welcomes the archetype of the Dark Mother and celebrates that aspect of the Goddess which we may not always find comforting or appealing, but which we must always be willing to acknowledge.
  • Mabon Apple Harvest Rite: This apple ritual will allow you time to thank the gods for their bounty and blessings, and to enjoy the magic of the earth before the winds of winter blow through.
  • Hearth And Home Protection Ritual: This ritual is a simple one designed to place a barrier of harmony and security around your property.
  • Hold a Gratitude Ritual: You might want to consider doing a short gratitude ritual as a way of expressing thankfulness at Mabon.
  • Mabon Balance Meditation: If you’re feeling a bit spiritually lopsided, with this simple meditation you can restore a little balance into your life.

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Spirit Guide Lion

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Spirit Guide Lion

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Spirit Guide Lion

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Spirit Guide Lion

Lion Strengths

  • Courage
  • Patience
  • Gracefulness
  • Independence

The Spirit Guide Lion symbolizes guardianship and courage. Lions are deeply associated with the sun and the heavenly realm. Those who connect with this sexy beast may be more inclined to face challenges head-on with assertiveness and an affinity for leadership.

The lion claims or reclaims its power through conviction and bravery. Lions symbolize regality, calmness, family, strength, courage, and relaxation. They have a strong connection to the Sun and are connected with Ra, Osiris, Sekmet, Apollo, Durga, and solar dieties in general.

The lion wins the prize for most relentless fighter in the face of life challenges. The Spirit Guide Lion represents courage, strength in overcoming difficulties. The presence of this power animal could also mean that something “Wild” or difficult to control is happening. As such, lions symbolizes emotions that are difficult to manage, such a anger or fear.

The Spirit Guide Lion Symbolizes

  • Strength, assertiveness, personal power.
  • A common meaning for the Spirit Guide Lion is predatory feelings, such as anger, aggression directed at someone else or towards you.
  • Personal struggle to deal with these feelings.
  • Spirit Guide Lion warn about a threatening situation or event in your life.

The Spirit Guide Lion is generally associated with a representation of personal strength. If the lion appears powerful to you, its presence as a spirit guide can be interpreted as a positive representation of your self-confidence or personal power. As such, lions point to qualities of strength, courage, assertiveness.

Lions are also animals who dominate other animals in nature. Remember as an example the expression “The Lion, King Of The Jungle”. When a lion appears as your power animal, it could reflect your ability to lead others or tendency to dominate in relationships or at work.

This Spirit Guide Lion could point to one of your weak spots or a difficult situation you’re experiencing. The Spirit Guide Lion guide is perhaps showing you the way to deal with the issue and keep going with the courage it also embodies.

Lions could also represent an authority that may feel overpowering or a conflicting relationship with power and authority. When you see a Spirit Guide Lion, it could symbolize external power, authority, forces that dominate or rule parts of your life. For instance, if you dream about a scar or threatening lion, it may remind you that you need to deal with an overbearing boss, partner or teacher in your waking life.

Seeing your Spirit Guide Lion could be an invitation to control your temper or your moderate aggressive impulses. For instance, observe if you could really listen to what people have to say before striking back at them, or explore how to express your needs or anger more openly and constructively to reduce your level of frustration.

If you are dreaming of being chased by a lion, it may represent a situation that brings about personal struggle. Common dream scenarios with threatening lions are as follows: A lion suddenly appears in your dream. You feel threatened by this wild animal known for devouring its prey with no mercy. The lion is now preying on you. You’re trying to escape, but it is still behind you, chasing you like you’re about to get devoured.

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Magical Herbs (Part 5)

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Magical Herbs

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Magical Herbs

So, let’s talk magical herbs. Whether you think of them as mysterious plants that grow in the forest or the row of little bottles in your kitchen cabinet, they’re pretty useful, and they can be pretty confusing, even intimidating. What do you do with them? Which ones do I need? These herbs will help you with almost any need or problem you may have, as we shall explain. If you’re a practitioner of a modern magical tradition, chances are good that you’re in the habit of using herbs. Here’s a list of herbs that everyone should have on hand for magical purposes. Think of it as a basic Wizard or Witch’s arsenal of helpful herbs. Keep a few of these in your magical supply cabinet, just in case the need arises.

Once you have acquired your supply of herbs, we have a few suggestions regarding storage. Herbs are best kept in a cool, dry, dark location to maximize their lifespan. Excessive heat and moisture can cause them to become moldy, and prolonged strong sunlight can dry out and fade them. Specific methods of storage are up to you. Keep them in their plastic bags, stored in a cabinet. Transfer them to attractive glass jars with fancy ornamental stoppers. Whatever makes you feel magical and keeps your herbs fresh and easily accessible is fine.

Pennyroyal

Pennyroyal also called mosquito plant and pudding grass, is a species of flowering plant in the mint family, Lamiaceae, native to Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East. Crushed pennyroyal leaves emit a very strong fragrance similar to spearmint. Pennyroyal is a traditional folk remedy, emmenagogue, abortifacient, and culinary herb, but is toxic to the liver and has caused some deaths.

In some traditions it’s associated with money, while in others Pennyroyal is connected to strength and protection. Pennyroyal is carried to ward off the “evil eye”. For some protection magic, make a sachet stuffed with Pennyroyal and tuck it in your purse. In a few traditions, Pennyroyal is also associated with money magic. If you own a business, place a sprig over the door to draw in customers and prosperity.

Magical uses include peace and tranquility. Carried to avoid seasickness or for physical strength & endurance. Worn to bring success to business. Use to rid the home of negative thoughts against you. Carry when dealing with negative vibrations of any kind. Place on a candle before or during uncomfortable meetings.

Yarrow

Yarrow is a flowering plant in the family Asteraceae. Other common names include old man’s pepper, devil’s nettle, sanguinary, milfoil, soldier’s woundwort, and thousand seal. The plant is native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere in Asia, Europe, and North America. It has been introduced as a feed for livestock in New Zealand and Australia.

Yarrow used in traditional medicine, in part due to its astringent properties and the mild laxative effect of its leaves. The Navajo historically considered it a “life medicine” and chewed the plant for toothaches and used its infusions for earaches. The Miwok in California used the plant as an analgesic and head cold remedy. Native American nations used the plant for healing cuts and abrasions, relief from earaches and throat infections, as well as for an eyewash. Common yarrow was used by Plains indigenous peoples to reduce pain or fever and aid sleep.

Yarrow thanks to its use in treatment of battle injuries. Yarrow is used to make a tea that “dispels melancholia”. Yarrow can be used in magical workings related to healing, love, and courage. Wear it on your person to boost your self-esteem and courage, or carry a bunch of dried yarrow in your hand to stop fear. A sprig hanging over the marriage bed guarantees at least seven years of passion and love. Taking a ritual bath with yarrow can help increase your psychic abilities. It can also be used to exorcise negative energies from a place or person.

Uses include healing, handfasting & weddings, and divination. Draws love. Carry as a sachet or amulet to banish negativity, ward off fear, and promote courage, confidence, and psychic opening. Frequently used in marriage charms and love sachets. Said to keep a newly married couple happy for seven years by keeping their love alive and preventing upsetting influences from entering the relationship. Place in a yellow flannel bag with a piece of parchment on which you have written your fears, carry with you to overcome them.

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Spirit Guide Owl

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Spirit Guide Owl

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Spirit Guide Owl

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Spirit Guide Owl

Symbolizing a deep connection with wisdom and the nocturnal, the owl spirit represents knowledge, intuition, and the profound mysteries of life. Owls are known for razor sharp vision and keen observation, you’re likely to have the ability to see below the surface, that which is usually hidden to most. You can distinguish reality from fantasy and go beyond superficial appearances. Dating back to ancient times, owls have been considered elusive, mysterious creatures and were spoken of in folklore in connection to magic, darkness and even the supernatural. The owl spirit animal reminds us to tap into our intuition. This is where true wisdom lies. A person may draw upon the owl’s many exceptional qualities, which can be expressed as wisdom, intuition, agility, courage, and protection as well as independence, keen observation, and transformation.

If an owl makes itself known to you, whether in nature, through art, or in your thoughts or dreams, take note. As a messenger from the spiritual realm, there is usually important information the owl would like to convey. A wise and evolved guide, the owl can provide insight into one’s life purpose as well as help to find answers to important questions in a soul’s journey. Consider what answers you may be seeking in life and seek a higher perspective to channel intuitive guidance.

One of the owl’s most extraordinary attributes is its eyesight, which includes exceptional nocturnal vision. Owls can also turn their heads 270 degrees and see in every direction. An owl’s uncanny ability to see in the dark makes them a natural symbol for wisdom and insight.

An owl may be sent to you as a spiritual messenger at a time when you are tuning into your internal wisdom or developing your psychic gifts. When you tap into your intuition, it is possible to see beyond the surface and determine a person’s true motives or intentions.

The owl symbolizes the need to utilize discernment when making decisions and to view each situation from a variety of angles, as there can be multiple points of view. The owl’s ability to see in the dark also illustrates how we may intuitively guide ourselves and others. Call on the owl when you need to make a decision or clarify a situation.

Owls have exceptional flying skills and many have an incredible memory. They are able to take off vertically from a standstill and fly silently and slowly with very little turbulence. The owl serves as inspiration to move through life effortlessly, with wisdom and grace.

A highly evolved bird, the owl is also extremely protective and will show tremendous courage when protecting their own. It can create a mental map of its territory thanks to its “Sound-Location Memory”, which enables it to hunt in the dark and fly safely at night. Skilled hunters, owls will protect their nests and offspring, attacking when threatened. The owl spirit guide can serve as a messenger to protect those relationships you value, especially those most important to you.

A loner, the owl spirit animal represents vision, freedom, and independence. The owl can inspire you to unlock your full potential and discover your unique talents. If the owl resonates with you, it is likely you enjoy working on your own and value your independence. You might even live alone, but of course, you still enjoy companionship and social gatherings.

If the owl has made itself known to you, it might inspire you to assess your life career and determine whether you are fully tapping into your unique skills and talents. Owls survive and thrive because they utilize their innate gifts. Likewise, human beings possess a unique combination of attributes and are called upon to utilize them to express their individual soul’s purpose.

In addition to powerful vision, the owl has been blessed with highly evolved hearing. In fact, at certain frequencies, owls can hear with much more acuity than humans. The owl’s head is designed and structured for listening. Many species of owls have asymmetrically placed ears that enable them to pinpoint sounds from multiple directions.

If the owl spirit has called to you, you are most certainly a keen observer and have the capacity to be a good listener. The owl hears and knows things, even if they are not visible. The owl teaches us to look past the surface, listen and observe to understand what is truly happening.

If you have had a mysterious insight, been through a psychic experience or received inspiration regarding your purpose in life, the owl is likely your spirit animal. The owl can even unveil a challenge to assist in your personal development. For this reason, people are likely very drawn to you and often ask for advice or assistance. They may even experience a higher state of being in your presence. The all-knowing owl reminds us to use wisdom and intuition when making decisions or changing direction in life. With guidance and courage, the owl can be utilized as a symbol for the transformation needed to achieve personal fulfillment.

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Magical Herbs (Part 4)

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#Magic #TLBWB #HighPriest #Witchcraft #Wizard #Witch #SpiritAnimalsGuide #BookOfShadows #WheelOfTheYear #MagicalHerbs #MagicalOils #Incense #Pentacle #MagicCircle #Spell #Grimoires

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Magical Herbs

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Magical Herbs

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Magical Herbs

So, let’s talk magical herbs. Whether you think of them as mysterious plants that grow in the forest or the row of little bottles in your kitchen cabinet, they’re pretty useful, and they can be pretty confusing, even intimidating. What do you do with them? Which ones do I need? These herbs will help you with almost any need or problem you may have, as we shall explain. If you’re a practitioner of a modern magical tradition, chances are good that you’re in the habit of using herbs. Here’s a list of herbs that everyone should have on hand for magical purposes. Think of it as a basic Wizard or Witch’s arsenal of helpful herbs. Keep a few of these in your magical supply cabinet, just in case the need arises.

Once you have acquired your supply of herbs, we have a few suggestions regarding storage. Herbs are best kept in a cool, dry, dark location to maximize their lifespan. Excessive heat and moisture can cause them to become moldy, and prolonged strong sunlight can dry out and fade them. Specific methods of storage are up to you. Keep them in their plastic bags, stored in a cabinet. Transfer them to attractive glass jars with fancy ornamental stoppers. Whatever makes you feel magical and keeps your herbs fresh and easily accessible is fine.

Dragon’s Blood

Dragon blood tree, is a dragon tree native to the Socotra archipelago, part of Yemen, located in the Arabian Sea. It is named after the blood-like color of the red sap that the trees produce. Dragon’s blood is a bright red resin which is obtained from different species of a number of distinct plant genera Calamus. The red resin has been in continuous use since ancient times as varnish, medicine, incense, and dye. The resin is exuded from its wounded trunk or branches. Dragon’s blood is also obtained by the same method from Dracaena cinnabari, which is endemic to the island of Socotra. This resin was traded to ancient Europe via the Incense Road.

No, this isn’t Blood from a Real Dragon. Dragon’s Blood resin comes from several species of palm tree. When cut, the roots and tree “bleed” a deep red resin, which has been used as a holy incense, dye, and varnish for centuries. The reason it is that the resin used to be packaged for export in palm reed leaves. Dragon’s Blood resin is often used as a substitute for human or animal blood when working with antiquated incense or spell recipes. Dragon’s Blood is great for almost any magical purpose: from love to hexing, power to protection. The resin will add power to any working. Burned alone, Dragon’s Blood is cleansing and empowering.

Love, protection, and purification. Steep in red wine for a full cycle of the moon to use as a “Blood Offering” for spells that call for this, Do Not Drink The Wine. Place in windows and doorways to keep curses and evil spirits out. A favorite root for use in magical to defeat hexes and spells aimed against you.

Sandalwood

Sandalwood is a class of woods from trees in the genus Santalum. The woods are heavy, yellow, and fine-grained, and, unlike many other aromatic woods, they retain their fragrance for decades. Sandalwood oil is extracted from the woods for use. Sandalwood is often cited as one of the most expensive woods in the world. Both the wood and the oil produce a distinctive fragrance that has been highly valued for centuries. Sandalwood oil is used in perfumes, cosmetics, sacred unguents, and as a mild food flavouring.

Sandalwood Chips are one of mankind’s first sacred wood incenses. It is a base for most incenses on the market today, as well as fine perfumes. Regarding creating incenses yourself, Sandalwood chips are a nice addition when small quantities are called for. Sandalwood powder will make an excellent base if oils are to be added to your blend. When used in sachets, Sandalwood Chips are better used than the powder, as the chips can easily be anointed with oils, and will not seep from the bag, as powder may.

Sandalwood Chips are an all purpose herb, used for all manner of workings, from love to curses, healings to bindings, sacred offerings to banishings. Burned alone, Sandalwood cleanses and blesses a place, creates an atmosphere of love, and establishes sanctity. Many who observe a daily meditation practice choose to burn Sandalwood alone to enhance the experience. Sandalwood Chips are an essential magical herb in any cunning cupboard.

Scatter sandalwood powder around the home to clear it of negativity. Burn during protection, healing, and exorcism spells. Use the wood for healing wands. Write your wish on a chip of sandalwood and burn it in the censer or cauldron while visualizing your wish to make it come true. Helps in healing by aligning the chakras for better energy flow. Good for meditation, healing, and manifestation. Facilitates concentration.

Agrimony

Agrimony is a genus of 12–15 species of perennial herbaceous flowering plants in the family Rosaceae, native to the temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, with one species also in Africa. In ancient times, it was used for foot baths and tired feet. Agrimony has a long history of medicinal use. The ancient Greeks used agrimony to treat eye ailments, and it was made into brews for diarrhea and disorders of the gallbladder, liver, and kidneys. The Anglo-Saxons boiled agrimony in milk and used it to improve erectile performance. They also made a solution from the leaves and seeds for healing wounds, this use continued through the Middle Ages and afterward. It has been added to tea as a spring tonic.

Have you ever found a Suspicious Item on your property, one that you suspected might have been left there by an enemy attempting to jinx or curse you? Agrimony is what you need. Just toss some in a paper bag, put the Suspicious Item in, then toss in more Agrimony on top. Close the bag and dispose of it in a trash can that isn’t on your property. The Agrimony will send the curse back to whoever tried to put it on you. Since Agrimony has hooked seeds, it can also be used to attract business, that is, to “Hook” customers, brew it into a tea and sprinkle it around your place of business.

Overcoming fear and inner blockages, dispelling negative emotions. Also used for reversing spells. Sew into a dream pillow with Mugwort for best results. Use as a wash or oil to increase the effectiveness of all forms of healing rituals. Wards off evil entities and poison.

High John the Conqueror Root

High John de Conqueror and many other folk variants, is a folk hero from African-American folklore. He is associated with the roots of Ipomoea purga, the High John the Conqueror Root to which magical powers are ascribed in American folklore, especially among the hoodoo tradition of folk magic. Ipomoea purga, an Ipomoea species related to the morning glory and the sweet potato. The plant is known in some areas as bindweed or jalap root. It has a pleasant, earthy odor, but it is a strong laxative if taken internally. It is not used for this purpose in folk magic, it is instead used as one of the parts of a mojo bag. It is typically used in sexual spells of various sorts and it is also considered lucky for gambling. It is likely that the root acquired its sexual magical reputation because, when dried, it resembles the testicles of a dark-skinned man. Because of this, when it is employed as an amulet, it is important that the root used be whole and unblemished. Dried pieces and chips of the root are used in formulating oils and washes that are used in other sorts of spells.

High John the Conqueror is an indomitable figure of American folklore. He is said to have been an African Prince, enslaved in the south, but liberated by his own guile and will. He is never said to have had his spirit broken, therefore retained the will to trick his “Master” into freeing him. After freeing himself, High John is said to have returned to Africa, but left his spirit and power in the High John Root, that he may continue to care for his people until his return. It is said that merely by speaking the name of High John the Conqueror, one may invoke his power and protection.

The root itself is a boon to any working, the root readily accepts and amplifies any magical charge, and is used for almost every magickal purpose under the Sun or Moon. Though they are most commonly used as an ingredient in mojo bags, High John Roots can just as easily be buried, placed in locations of import, or carried alone on the person. For nearly any purpose, anoint a High John the Conqueror Root with the appropriate oil for the working, combine with an odd number of herbs, and a single stone. Combine these in a mojo bag, and anoint the bag with oil. This is powerful magic that continues to be used for success over obstacles, male virility, trickery and getting your own way. This root can be used as a talisman in any working, health, wealth, love, courage, and luck.

An “All Purpose” herb, the uses of High John include strength, confidence, conquering any situation, obtaining success, winning at gambling, luck, money, love, health, and protection. Useful in all ritual work pertaining to prosperity. Wash hands in an infusion of the herb before playing games of chance.

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Spirit Animals Guide

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Spirit Animals Guide

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Spirit Animals Guide

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Spirit Animals Guide

Since some magical practitioners, due to their association with older forms of magic. These contemporary practitioners use pets or wildlife, or believe that invisible versions of Spirit Animals Guide act as magical aides. According to records of the time, those alleging to have had contact with Spirit Animals Guide reported that they could manifest as numerous forms, and were described as clearly defined, three-dimensional, forms, vivid with colour and animated with movement and sound.

Many believe the Spirit Animals Guide provides great wisdom and accompanies each individual on their life journey. Whether there is a major life event, obstacles to overcome, or tough decisions to make, your Spirit Animals Guide may reveal itself even in times you do not consciously call upon it for help. If your soul is in need, your Spirit Animals Guide will likely reveal itself.

There are many ways you can meet your Spirit Animals Guide is right for you. First, you could just wait until the guide decides that it is time for it to show itself. Second, you could write and perform a ritual to call and ask for the assistance of the animal that would best assist you in your present magical workings or be of help in resolving a conflict in your life or simply ask that a guide make itself known to you. Finally you could opt for the method of entering a meditative state and meet the Spirit Animals Guide world.

Well I have found that Spirit Animals Guide tends to be a pretty general term, referring to either physical or spiritual manifestations and either individualized or more general viewpoints. Spirit Animals Guide tend to be viewed as involved with witchcraft and magical circles, in fact, they are said to heighten the energy of a circle. They are often seen as physical creatures, but can be non-physical as well.

The spirit nature of guides gives you the chance to interact with animals and beings you might not get to in real life. If you have seen the animal after a ritual, plan sometime to go into the meditative state to cement your relationship, get to know the animal and the wisdom it represents.

It is important to remember that in many cases, we are chosen and not the one making the choices when it comes to the alliance with an Spirit Animals Guide. We may wish to seek the wisdom of a particular guide but others will show up instead. Remember to be receptive to any or all who appear because they all have important lessons or wisdom to impart. It is also possible that before we can progress to our next level of understanding, we must first resolve or overcome some underlying issues that we may not be fully aware of or are denying within ourselves. Once you have met and began your relationship with an Spirit Animals Guide, what do you do with it? Power Spirit Animals Guide are great advice givers, often representing aspects of our higher selves that we haven’t been paying close enough attention to. In a meditative state you can ask for their assistance on problems that have been nagging at you.

Similar concepts, under differing names and with variations in beliefs and practices, may be found in a number of cultures worldwide. The featuring many different designs, bears, birds, frogs, people, and various supernatural beings and aquatic creatures.

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Magical Herbs (Part 3)

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Magical Herbs

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Magical Herbs

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Magical Herbs

So, let’s talk magical herbs. Whether you think of them as mysterious plants that grow in the forest or the row of little bottles in your kitchen cabinet, they’re pretty useful, and they can be pretty confusing, even intimidating. What do you do with them? Which ones do I need? These herbs will help you with almost any need or problem you may have, as we shall explain. If you’re a practitioner of a modern magical tradition, chances are good that you’re in the habit of using herbs. Here’s a list of herbs that everyone should have on hand for magical purposes. Think of it as a basic Wizard or Witch’s arsenal of helpful herbs. Keep a few of these in your magical supply cabinet, just in case the need arises.

Once you have acquired your supply of herbs, we have a few suggestions regarding storage. Herbs are best kept in a cool, dry, dark location to maximize their lifespan. Excessive heat and moisture can cause them to become moldy, and prolonged strong sunlight can dry out and fade them. Specific methods of storage are up to you. Keep them in their plastic bags, stored in a cabinet. Transfer them to attractive glass jars with fancy ornamental stoppers. Whatever makes you feel magical and keeps your herbs fresh and easily accessible is fine.

Frankincense Resin

Frankincense is an aromatic resin used in incense and perfumes, obtained from trees of the genus Boswellia in the family Burseraceae. The word is from Old French franc encens “High-Quality Incense”. The word franc in Old French meant “Noble, Pure”.

The trees start producing resin at about eight to 10 years old. Tapping is done two to three times a year with the final taps producing the best tears due to their higher aromatic terpene, sesquiterpene and diterpene content. Generally speaking, the more opaque resins are the best quality.

This is a wonderful all-purpose resin to have on hand. Frankincense is one of the most ancient sacred incenses. Frankincense banishes negative thoughts and spirits, and attracts only the most positive spiritual vibrations. Frankincense is also an excellent success and money drawing incense. When people ask about “That Churchy Smell” they remember from Catholic services, Frankincense is usually the incense they are thinking. The scent of Frankincense is a bright, refreshing pine with a strong overtone of citrus.

Successful ventures, cleansing, purification. Burn for protective work, consecration, and meditation. Used as an offering at Beltane, Lammas, and Yule. Enhances the power of topaz. Use in rituals and magical associated with self-will, self-control, or the ego. Represents the ability of the divine to move into manifestation. Add to charm bags and sachets to bring success. Mix with Cumin and burn as incense for powerful protection.

Pink Rose Buds

Rose bud tea is made from the rose petals of a variety of rose plants. There are hundreds of different types of roses and each one tastes a little different. The most common are red rose and pink rose flowers. In general, rose bud tea has a mildly sweet taste and a lingering aftertaste that entices taste buds for minutes after each sip.

Rose flowers are the most famous and popular herb for love spells. The Rose is beautiful, has an alluring aroma, and can easily draw blood with its sharp thorns. The fear of pain does not stop us from reaching for the Rose. Pink Rose Buds are added to love drawing incenses and tea. You can also scatter Pink Rose buds on your altar when casting love spells. Red Rose Petals are often used for lust and passion, Pink Rose Buds are used for friendship, or True Love.

A full rosy taste and aroma match the visual beauty of these rosebuds & petals. This soothing herbal tea consists purely of rose buds and petals. Brewing offers a flowery aroma, a light sweet taste, and a golden infusion. Calming qualities to elevate your day. Divine, emotional, and thinking love, start with these to build a long lasting relationship.

Peppermint

Peppermint is a hybrid mint, a cross between watermint and spearmint. Indigenous to Europe and the Middle East, the plant is now widely spread and cultivated in many regions of the world. It is occasionally found in the wild with its parent species. Although the genus Mentha comprises more than 25 species, the one in most common use is peppermint. While Western peppermint is derived from are both recognized as plant sources of menthol and menthone, and are among the oldest herbs used for both culinary and medicinal products.

Peppermint oil is under preliminary research for its potential as a short-term treatment for irritable bowel syndrome, and has supposed uses in traditional medicine for minor ailments. Peppermint oil and leaves have a cooling effect when used topically for muscle pain, nerve pain, relief from itching, or as a fragrance.

Fresh or dried peppermint leaves are often used alone in peppermint tea or with other herbs in herbal teas. Peppermint is used for flavouring ice cream, candy, fruit preserves, alcoholic beverages, chewing gum, toothpaste, and some shampoos, soaps, and skin care products.

When “Mint” is called for in a powder or incense, Peppermint is the proper choice. When “Mint” called for in an oil recipe, Spearmint is the proper choice. Apparently, Wintergreen is only the choice if specifically called for. Peppermint is said to be a fine ingredient to include in any incense designed to increase prophetic dreams or psychic abilities. Peppermint can also be used for healing and cleansing, brew it into a tea and add to your bathwater to dispel evil or negative energy. Just enjoy the lovely tea.

Use to increase the vibrations of a space or in spells and incense for healing & purification. Place in sleep pillow to ensure peaceful sleep and bring about prophetic dreams. Use to anoint furnishings and household objects. Burn in a new home to clear out sickness and negative energy. Use in magical workings to provide the push needed to bring change to one’s life. Carry with other herbs to boost love & abundance wishes.

Patchouli

Patchouli is a species of flowering plant in the family Lamiaceae, commonly called the mint or deadnettle family. The plant grows as a bushy perennial herb, and bearing small, pale pink-white flowers. Noted for its fragrant essential oil, it has many commercial uses and is now extensively cultivated in tropical climates around the world.

Extraction of patchouli’s essential oil is by steam distillation of the dried leaves and twigs, requiring rupture of its cell walls by steam scalding, light fermentation, or drying. The main chemical component of patchouli oil is patchoulol, a sesquiterpene alcohol. Leaves and twigs may be harvested several times a year. Some sources say the highest quality oil is produced from fresh, share dried biomass distilled close to where they are harvested, others say that boiling the dried leaves and fermenting them for a period of time is best. The heavy, strong, woody, and earthy scent of patchouli has been used for centuries in perfumes, and more recently in incense, insect repellents, chewing tobacco, and many alternative medicines.

Patchouli is traditionally used for attraction. Because of its warm, rich scent, it is belived to attract love, lust, or success, things of the Earth. In modern practice Patchouli is used in both positive and negative lights, for cursing, separation, and bane, as well as love and money.

Used in spells, sachets, baths and mixtures for money or love. Put in the wallet or purse to draw money. Place in a charm or use in incense for fertility. Helps to ground you and bring your consciousness back to the physical level. Burn to bring business growth.

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Lughnasadh

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Lughnasadh

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Lughnasadh

Lughnasadh, is a pagan holiday and one of the eight Witchcraft sabbats during the year. Each sabbat marks a seasonal turning point. The sabbat occurs on August 1, which is about halfway between the summer solstice (Litha) and the fall equinox (Mabon). This holiday celebrates the grain harvest. Grain is a very important crop for most civilizations. If the grain was left in the fields for too long, or if the bread made from the grain was not baked in time, families might starve.

It is now high summer and the union of Sun and Earth, of God and Goddess, has produced the First Harvest. Lughnasadh is the celebration of this first, Grain Harvest, a time for gathering in and giving thanks for abundance. We work with the cycle that Mabon or the Autumn Equinox is the Second Harvest of Fruit, and Samhain is the third and Final Harvest of Nuts and Berries.

The word “Lughnasadh” is derived from “Loaf Mass” and is indicative of how central and honoured is the first grain and the first loaf of the harvesting cycle.

In early Ireland, it was not good to harvest grain before Lughnasadh. If you did harvest before then, that meant that that the harvest from the previous year ran out before the next harvest was ready. This meant that the farmers would have failed in providing for their community. On Lughnasadh, the first sheaves of grain were cut, and by that night, the first loaves of bread for the season would have been baked.

In some traditions, this day honors the Celtic god, Lugh. This celebration of the god, Lugh is referred to as Lughnasad. Lugh is the god of craftsmanship, including blacksmithing, wheel making, and fighting. It is because he held a harvest fair in honor of his foster mother, Tailtiu, on this date.

Modern day bake breads and cakes to celebrate the historical grain harvest. Some observers celebrate with a harvest ritual. This ritual typically involves decorating an altar with symbols of the season. Some of these symbols include scythes, corn, grapes, apples, and any other crops that might be harvested at this time. Some of these rituals involve casting a circle, and saying some words that symbolize their thanks to the earth for the harvest. After the ritual, everyone there eats some bread together, and may also drink wine to wash it down. To honor Lugh, people make crafts and decorations for their house, to represent his skills in those areas. And as with most sabbats, there is feasting. This feast usually is prepared with one’s harvested crops at this time.

The Lughnasadh festival is said to have begun by the god Lugh as a funeral feast and athletic competition in commemoration of his mother or foster-mother Tailtiu. She was said to have died of exhaustion after clearing the plains of Ireland for agriculture. Tailtiu may have been an earth goddess who represented the dying vegetation that fed mankind. The funeral games in her honour were called the Óenach Tailten and were held each Lughnasadh at Tailtin in what is now County Meath. According to medieval writings, kings attended this óenach and a truce was declared for its duration. It was similar to the Ancient Olympic Games and included ritual athletic and sporting contests, horse racing, music and storytelling, trading, proclaiming laws and settling legal disputes, drawing-up contracts, and matchmaking. At Tailtin, trial marriages were conducted, whereby young couples joined hands through a hole in a wooden door. The trial marriage lasted a year and a day, at which time the marriage could be made permanent or broken without.

A harvest prayer, a token of love, a tradesman’s badge. The ancient art of braiding a “Corn Dolly” is almost as old as wheat itself. Corn dollies were created all over Europe to celebrate the scything of the last sheaf. According to legend, it was belived that the spirit of the corn, a fertility sprit made homeless by the harvest, must be accomodated if a good crop was to be forthcoming the following year, stalks from the last sheaf would be woven together into a shape or figure, in which the spirit would overwinter and emerge, restored, in the spring.

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Magical Herbs (Part 2)

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Magical Herbs (Part 2)

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Magical Herbs (Part 2)

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Magical Herbs

So, let’s talk magical herbs. Whether you think of them as mysterious plants that grow in the forest or the row of little bottles in your kitchen cabinet, they’re pretty useful, and they can be pretty confusing, even intimidating. What do you do with them? Which ones do I need? These herbs will help you with almost any need or problem you may have, as we shall explain. If you’re a practitioner of a modern magical tradition, chances are good that you’re in the habit of using herbs. Here’s a list of herbs that everyone should have on hand for magical purposes. Think of it as a basic Wizard or Witch’s arsenal of helpful herbs. Keep a few of these in your magical supply cabinet, just in case the need arises.

Once you have acquired your supply of herbs, we have a few suggestions regarding storage. Herbs are best kept in a cool, dry, dark location to maximize their lifespan. Excessive heat and moisture can cause them to become moldy, and prolonged strong sunlight can dry out and fade them. Specific methods of storage are up to you. Keep them in their plastic bags, stored in a cabinet. Transfer them to attractive glass jars with fancy ornamental stoppers. Whatever makes you feel magical and keeps your herbs fresh and easily accessible is fine.

Curry Leaves

Curry leaves are the foliage of the curry tree. This tree is native to India, and its leaves are used for both medicinal and culinary applications. They’re highly aromatic and have a unique flavor with notes of citrus. Curry leaves are not the same as curry powder.

Curry leaves are packed with antioxidants that may protect your body by reducing oxidative stress and scavenging free radicals. Consuming curry leaves may benefit heart health by reducing heart disease risk factors, such as high cholesterol and triglyceride levels. Some research in animals suggests that curry leaf extract may protect against neurodegenerative diseases. Test-tube and animal research suggests that curry leaves may have powerful anticancer properties. Curry leaves may offer antibacterial, antidiabetic, pain-relieving, and anti-inflammatory effects.

Magical properties, beauty spells and protection from evil. Burn curry powder to keep evil forces away. Medicinal properties, aids in liver detox, anti-aging, boosts metabolism, promotes healthy bones.

Cumin

Cumin is a flowering plant in the family Apiaceae, native to the Irano-Turanian Region. Its seeds, each one contained within a fruit, which is dried, are used in the cuisines of many cultures in both whole and ground form. Although cumin is thought to have uses in traditional medicine, there it is safe effective as a therapeutic agent.

Cuminaldehyde, cymene, and terpenoids are the major volatile components of cumin oil which is used for a variety of flavors, perfumes, and essential oil. Cumin oil may be used as an ingredient in some cosmetics.

Fidelity, protection, and exorcism. The seed is said to prevent the theft of any object which contains it. Burn with frankincense for protection. Scatter on the floor alone or with salt to drive out evil. Use in love spells to promote fidelity. Steep in wine to make love potions. Wards off thieves. Medicinal properties, aphrodisiac, eases colic, reduces gas and bloating, stops diarrhea.

Lavender Flowers

Lavander is a genus of 47 known species of flowering plants in the mint family, Lamiaceae. It is native to the Old World and is found in Cape Verde and the Canary Islands, and from Europe across to northern and eastern Africa, the Mediterranean, southwest Asia to India. Many members of the genus are cultivated extensively in temperate climates as ornamental plants for garden and landscape use, for use as culinary herbs, and also commercially for the extraction of essential oils. The most widely cultivated species, Lavandula angustifolia, is often referred to as lavender, and there is a color named for the shade of the flowers of this species. Lavender has been used over centuries in traditional medicine and cosmetics.

The fragrant Lavender flower, due to its bright purple flowers, distinctive spike shape, and powerful scent, has been a treasured addition to magical workings for centuries. In aromatherapy, the scent of the flower or oil is said to promote calm, peace, and sound sleep. It has been said that gazing upon the flowers and breathing their perfume will banish sadness and woe. Place a sachet of the flowers inside your pillowcase to help you relax, de-stress and sleep peacefully, replace with a fresh sachet every few weeks.

Magical uses include love, protection, healing, sleep, purification, and peace. Promotes healing from depression. Great in sleep pillows and bath spells. Believed to preserve chastity when mixed with rosemary. Burn the flowers to induce sleep and rest, then scatter the ashes around the home to bring peace and harmony. Use in love spells and sachets, especially those to attract men.

Thyme

Thyme is the herb, dried aerial parts, of some members of the genus Thymus of aromatic perennial evergreen herbs in the mint family Lamiaceae. Thymes are relatives of the oregano genus Origanum, with both plants being mostly indigenous to the Mediterranean region. Thymes have culinary, medicinal, and ornamental uses, and the species most commonly cultivated and used for culinary purposes is Thymus vulgaris.

Thyme is indigenous to the Mediterranean region Wild thyme grows in the Levant, where it might have been first cultivated. Ancient Egyptians used thyme for embalming. The ancient Greeks used it in their baths and burnt it as incense in their temples, believing it was a source of courage. The spread of thyme throughout Europe was thought to be due to the Romans, as they used it to purify their rooms and to give an aromatic flavour to cheese and liqueurs. In the European Middle Ages, the herb was placed beneath pillows to aid sleep and ward off nightmares. In this period, women also often gave knights and warriors gifts that included thyme leaves, as it was believed to bring courage to the bearer. Thyme was also used as incense and placed on coffins during funerals, as it was supposed to assure passage into the next life.

Attracts loyalty, affection, and the good opinion of others. Wear a sprig to ward off unbearable grief or provide strength and courage when needed. Burn or hang in the home for banishing, purification, and to attract good health for all occupants. Use in cleansing baths prior to working candle magical. Use in dream pillows to ward off nightmares and ensure restful sleep. Add a thyme infusion to the bath regularly to ensure a constant flow of money. Place in a jar and keep in the home or at work for good luck.

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