🌱Snow Drop Protection Spell🌱
inspired by neil gaiman’s stardust, a floral charm to protect you from magic meant to cause you harm of grief
“The Snowdrop, in purest white arraie,
First rears her hedde on Candlemas Daie.“
— An Early Calendar of English Flowers
🌱 the Snowdrop, or milkflower, is a harbinger of spring, signifying renewal and life at its most new and vibrant. From this, its use in magic the snowdrop is considered sacred and is a symbol of purity. It can be used to negate baneful magic and ill intents.
🌱 gather: a snowdrop flower and clear quartz.
🌱 if no snowdrops are available, make one from craft supplies and consecrate it with dew, or melted snow.
🌱 in the book, the charm is made of glass. charge the snowdrop over a piece of glass or clear quartz.
"It is a frozen charm […] A thing of power. Something like this can perform wonders and miracles in the right hands. Watch.” (Stardust - 8.164)
🌱 seal it with a kiss before using it, as in the book it was bought for a kiss.
🌱 attach it to an article of clothing when you wish it to protect you.