I imagine there is probably some witchy method of making a brew or salve that can help one see the fae with more ease, but I wouldn’t know what it is or where I might find one.
Ah, Google has helped me again! I found this spell on [this website].
A Recipe to See the Fae
On a dawn morn or dusk eve, find a special bottle - a pretty one the Fae would like, that is. Pour into it:
1 cup gathered spring or rain water
1 teaspoon of pink rose petals
½ teaspoon lavender flowers
3 quartz crystals
3 amethyst chips
1 pinch of faery sugar (see recipe below)
Now hide this away in a dark cool place for three days. On the third day, again at dawn or dusk, in a place you think you might spot the Fae (like an oak tree, backyard or mushroom patch in the forest - even a potted plant, herb or flower will do), tie a nine inch piece of pink ribbon around the bottle neck. Next, close your eyes and sprinkle 9 drops of your “Faery Potion Water”
over each eyelid, careful not to get it in your eyes! Next, recite this Faery incantation and watch for the Fae:
Ribbon of pink, I just might think. I would like to see the Fae today. Special sight of Faery’s flight, Send to me the way today. A sprinkle here a sprinkle there, A secret spell I say today. Wispy wings and little things, Are what I’d like to see today.
This may need to be repeated to see the Fae.
3 cups fine white sugar
1 tablespoon Vanilla extract (the good stuff)
1/8 teaspoon red food coloring
Lay sugar on wax paper & sprinkle on the vanilla; stir into the sugar till all is mixed in. Next sprinkle in the red food coloring and incorporate it in till sugar turns ‘Faery pink’. Save in a glass container you have labeled “Faery Sugar.” You can use this recipe to attract the Fae, to make Faery cookies and cakes, and to make offerings to the Fae.
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