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when you carve a pumpkin into a lantern this halloween, you can burn different herbs and spices for a spooky candle spell! before you light the inside candle, sprinkle the spice/herb liberally on the inside walls of the pumpkin!
🕯 allspice -
fortune, healing, and wealth.
🕯 cardamom - love and lust.
🕯 cinnamon -
divination, psychic abilities, spirituality, and wisdom.
🕯 clove -
attraction, exorcism, love, and wealth.
🕯 orange peel -
beauty, divination, fortune, love, and purification.
🕯 ginger -
beauty, love, power, success, and wealth.
there are plenty of ways to work to work a little magic into your day without doing a full on ritual, and your daily (hourly?) tea is one of them! here’s just a couple of suggestions with herbal correspondences.
for exorcism, healing, love, lust, protection, and wealth
for healing, love, psychic abilities, and purification.
for healing and love.
for beauty, love, power, success, and wealth.
for healing, protection, and purification.
for fidelity, love, and lust.
for divination, fortune, healing, power, prosperity, protection, psychic abilities, spirituality, wealth, and wisdom.
nettle - for exorcism, healing, lust, and protection.
for happiness, love, and lust.
anise - for, lust, protection, sleep, blessings, youth.
for exorcism, healing, love, lust, protection, and purification.
for protection, cleansing, and wisdom.
for courage, healing, love, psychic abilities, and purification.
there are various blends or herbals teas, as well as with fruits and flowers, though often herbs can be steeped by themselves. what is known as chai tea, is traditional black tea mixed with cardamom, cinnamon and black pepper.
Wand (your hand will suffice if you
lack a wand.)
Sieve – for straining the liquid.
One pint purified water
2 fresh lemons
Handful of fresh mint
An orange peel
1 small piece of fresh ginger root
Three coffee beans
One sage leaf
time for conjuring: Monday during a Full Moon, although any time is the time
brewing as you would for any magical working. Cleanse the space and yourself as
you see fit. You may wish to illuminate the workspace by candlelight. If
incense is desired, sweeten the air by burning a mixture of frankincense,
cedar, dragon’s blood, or any other fragrance that pleases you.
Bring the pint of water to a boil,
then reduce the heat and allow it to simmer.
Squeeze the juice from the lemons
and contribute to the water.
Add 1 tablespoon of honey.
Bring to a boil again and stir clockwise, making sure
all three are combined as one. Concentrate on your goal while stirring.
Add the handful of fresh mint
leaves, which should first be washed to remove any excess dirt.
Crush the ginger root into a paste
and add to the brew.
Bring the brew to a boil again. Continue to stir
clockwise while concentrating on your goal.
Contribute the orange peel.
Add the 3 coffee beans.
Add the sage leaf.
Allow the potion
to boil for the space of thirteen minutes, stirring frequently while contemplating
your magical abilities. After this time has passed, remove the potion from the
fire. Point your wand at the brew (or the index finger of your hand of power)
and project energy into the concoction. Allow this enchantment spell to be
recited. (Fair warning: I really need to work on my rhymes. )
Power to charm,
bewitch, and conjure
Locked within a
deep, dark slumber
When to my lips,
this brew is brought
My magic powers
will then wake up
Project as much
energy into the potion as you deem necessary. Afterwards, the liquid can be
strained through the sieve and poured off into the vial or other container. It
may then be consumed immediately before meditation, magical workings, or going
to bed. Pay close attention to your dreams or any visions you might receive as
they may very well point to which types of magic you ought to explore.
I think it goes
without saying that you consume potions at your own risk. The ingredients given
are noted as safe, however, everyone’s body reacts differently. Please note,
the potion recipes are developed for effectiveness, not taste! (How many
Witches on TV look forward to actually drinking a potion! 😉)
request was to awaken magical abilities. I don’t know about you guys, but I’ve
certainly had days where I’ve been groggy and felt like my magic was down. I
wish I had written this simple potion ages ago! It could be a fun little way to
jump start your magical abilities on one of those slower mornings.
As far as the
ingredients go, everything selected is associated with awakening. Think about
eating a lemon. Just thinking about it should make your mouth salivate and
provoke a physical response. This is the same type of awareness we want to
create for our magical abilities. The coffee beans are the main ingredient of a
potion made my millions of people every day! No surprise why they’re included –
they symbolize the awakening of those abilities. Ginger represents power,
orange peel and honey represent the sweetness of life and the sage leaf