Ingredients: Ginger Sugar Sea Salt Lemon Cardamom Chamomile Tea There are several ways to utilize this spell: 1. Draw a bath and add three chamomile tea bags, a whole ginger root, three fistfuls of sugar, three fistfuls of salt, a teaspoon of cardamom seeds, and the juice of a whole lemon. Relax and soak in the tub. 2. Brew a cup of chamomile tea add a pinch of salt, cardamom, and ginger. Then add lemon and sugar to taste. Drink tea before, during or after a stressful situation. 3. This preparation is used as a massage therapy for muscle tension in the body. Brew the tea as described above, but do not add the salt. Fill an empty mayonnaise jar with sea salt and then pour the tea over it. Shake well. You now have a salt rub to use on specific areas of your body that hold tension and stress.
1 Lemon, sliced 1 Qt Spring water 1 Orange, sliced 2 whole Cloves 1/2 cup packed Violet petals Place first four ingredients in a pan. Heat liquid until tepid, but not hot. Add the violet and simmer until they are almost see-through. Strain and serve hot or cold in one glass with two straws to share with your loved one.
2 tsp. Rose petals 1 tsp. Spearmint herb 1 tsp. Licorice root (ground) 1 tsp. Hawthorn herb A pinch of the following: coriander, cinnamon, nutmeg Vanilla or Ginger Honey to taste Bring 3 cups of water to a boil. Place the herbs and spices listed above in the hot water; simmer on low for 3 minutes. Remove from heat and allow to steep for 5 minutes longer. Strain tea before serving.
1 pinch Rosemary 2 pinches Thyme 2 tsp. Black Tea 1 pinch Coriander 3 fresh Mint leaves (or 1/2 tsp. dried) 5 fresh Rosebud petals (or 1 tsp. dried) 5 fresh Lemon tree leaves (or 1 tsp. dried Lemon peel) 3 pinches Nutmeg 3 pieces Orange peel Place all ingredients into teapot. Boil 3 cups of water, then add to the teapot. Strain; sweeten with honey, if desired. Serve hot.
Used as a sprinkling solution to attract good luck and power of all kinds when used in full strength. Add to scrub water to wash down the floor and steps of a home or business to get rid of negativity. Put 1 1/2 oz of Louisiana Van Van oil in 16 oz of alcohol. Shake well before each use.
1 part Dittany of Crete 1 part Cinquefoil 1 part Mugwort 1 part Parsley Prepare using the formula for making an ointment in the herbal section and anoint the body prior to an Astral Projection session.
2 drops Sandalwood Oil 1 drop Jasmine Oil 1 drop Benzoin Oil 1 drop Mace Oil Add these essential oils to the ointment base and anoint the body prior to an Astral Projection session. The Gazing Technique - This is to be done when going to bed. You need something to focus on; if it is in view the moon, the stars, a crystal, a favorite doll will work well...Use whatever you like. This method involves the body falling asleep, and you should never leave anything that burns unattended. Place the object within your view and lie down in your bed. Just stare at the object as you doze off. The first few times may be frustrating. You may just fall asleep and that's it. Keep staring at the object. As your eyelids become heavy, keep staring. Eventually your eyes will close, but you will still be able to see the object. You will still be staring at the object. Sit up or stand up, and don't be surprised to see your physical body sleeping peacefully in your bed! When you are out of your body, do whatever you wish.
This is used as a hexing agent. The name of the person you wish to curse is written on a piece of paper. The paper is soaked in the vinegar. The paper is then allowed to dry and then is burned. It is the ashes of this paper you use in the ritual. Four Thieves Vinegar can be sprinkled on an enemy's door step to break up their home. To a gallon of strong cider vinegar add a handful of the following: Rosemary Wormwood Lavender Rue Sage Mint Add one ounce of powered camphor gum. Tightly close the container with the cider vinegar and herbs in it. Place this container in a pan of water and heat until the water begins to boil. Always shake this mixture before heating. Heat daily for four days. Strain the herbs from the liquid, bottle and keep tightly closed.
Herbs: Calendula (Calendula officinalis) and Plantain (Plantago major) This sweet-smelling balm soothes and protects cuts and scrapes. And it's so gentle you can even use it on diaper rash. Calendula and plantain are known for their ability to speed skin healing. Both soften skin, relieve pain, and are antibacterial. How to make it: This is a two-step process. First, you'll make an herb-infused oil: In a large glass jar, combine 2 tablespoon each of crushed Calendula flowers and dried plantain leaves with 1/3 c of extra-virgin olive oil. Leave uncovered, and place in a pan filled with enough water to cover the lower half of the jar. Set the burner on very low heat and simmer gently for about 4 hours. Check the oil periodically to be sure it's not scorching; don't let it boil. (You can also make the infused oil in a Crock-Pot set on very low without a lid.) After the allotted time, remove the oil from the heat and allow it to cool completely. Strain away the herbs through several layers of cheesecloth and discard. To make the balm,combine the infused oil with 1 or 2 tablespoon of grated beeswax and put it into a small stainless steel bowl; set the bowl into a pot of water and heat just until the beeswax melts, stirring gently to help the melting. To test the consistency, insert a cool metal spoon into the balm and check the balm that sticks to the spoon; it should be spreadable but firm. If it's too oily, add another few shavings of beeswax. At this point, you can add a natural preservative to your balm to prevent spoilage. Vitamin E, squeezed from capsules, works very well. Rosemary extracts or oil might improve the aroma and antiseptic properties as well. You'll need about 1/4 tsp. (two capsules) to preserve this much balm. After you've blended in the vitamin E, transfer your final product to a sterile glass jar. Use a clean spoon or small spatula to transfer the balm to avoid introducing bacteria to the jar. How to use it: Apply the balm to rashes, scrapes, and other small or superficial abrasions (don't use it on deep cuts). You can also apply it regularly to help heal chronically chapped skin. Stored in a cool, dark place, the balm should keep for up to a year. Discard if it smells rancid.
1/2 Cup shortening, 3 drops dragon's blood, 3 Tbsp. mugwort- Melt shortening over low heat. This is your base. Add mugwort and dragon's blood to base. Visualize your intent while stirring. Steep for 9 minutes. Strain into glass jar.
2 parts dragon's blood resin 1/2 part myrrh resin 2 drops cinnamon oil 2 drops indigo color 12 parts alcohol 1/2 part gum Arabic No instructions are given, although I suppose you steep the ground resins in the alcohol until dissolved, then add the cinnamon oil, indigo, and ground gum Arabic. Filter and bottle.
1 part dragon's blood resin 2 drops cinnamon oil 2 drops bay oil 10 parts alcohol 1 part gum Arabic 2 drops rose oil
1 part dragon's blood resin 15 parts alcohol 1 part gum Arabic
Drive-Away salt, also known as Get Away Salt, is essentially Hot Foot Powder made with ordinary table salt replacing the talcum powder.
Gum Mastic Cloves Ginger Lemon Orange peel Cassia color: Brown. A special blend which allows you to relax while others do your work. Sprinkle on any person you wish to gain control over. Lets you dominate their thoughts.
Ashes Red Pepper Rose Jasmine Sandalwood color: Blue Toss on any person who is angry over something you have done. Eliminates all feelings of animosity. Also good for overcoming hatred.
Start with whatever combination of essential oils of Oriental Grasses you normally use for compounding Van Van oil concentrate (e.g. citronella grass, lemongrass, Gingergrass, Palmarosa grass, Khus Khus grass, and Vetivert grass, singly or together). Cut a bunch of broomcorn straws (from a natural broom, or from broomcorn plants, if you happen to grow them) and place the straws in a bottle. Add a good squirt of Van Van oil concentrate and a small lump of frankincense gum, then top with your own (or any commercial) preparation of liquid oil soap (e.g. Murphy's Oil Soap). Dilute Chinese Wash in water before use, of course.
This formula dates from the fifteenth century, when it was developed as a healing formula. As an inoculation against epidemic diseases it actually works. Its use in magic came about much later, as with many other substances it became useful in the magical arts. While the Bubonic plague raged through southern France in the 1450s the number of bodies so overwhelmed the grave diggers that they called upon the municipal authorities for assistance. Four thieves who had been jailed together were released on the condition that they assist in burying the dead. They agreed, and served so well at their gruesome task that they were later pardoned on the condition that they left town. One of the magistrates asked them how they had managed to appear to remain so healthy, even though they have been burying those who had did of the plague. They told him the secret of the four thieves vinegar, which was made from bottles of cheep wine, which begins to turn to vinegar in a few days if left opened. They filled the wine bottles with garlic, and allowed it to stand for a while, and then drank a wineglass (2 Oz) with every meal. They continued this for a bit over the three or four months that they had been engaged in burying the dead.
Four Thieves Vinegar is made in the following way: Burgundy (red) wine is divided between two bottles, and both bottles are filled with peeled, and occasionally crushed, garlic cloves. The bottles are placed in the refrigerator or spring house for a week. Then two ounces of the wine (possibly on the way to becoming vinegar) are taken twice or three times a day. During the 1917 flu epidemic my grandfather used it on all his family, beginning as soon as he heard of the epidemic. None of the family became ill, although the neighbors on both sides of them had deaths in their families. In magic it is used for getting rid of people. It works there as well. put about two ounces in a bath, soaking for about five minutes in the tub. It has a variety of other uses, in both magic and healing, as well.
The major difference between our recipes for Four Thieves Vinegar is that it must have four spices in it, one for each thief -- the four additives being garlic (crushed or whole), red pepper (crushed), black peppercorns (whole), and black mustard seed (whole). Also, I was taught to make it with apple cider vinegar, not red wine vinegar. This is probably a regional variant based on the fact that wine vinegar is uncommon in the Ozarks, where I learned to mix up this blend. I like red wine vinegar much better; however, either way, it tastes great! In addition to providing personal protection from disease and magical attack, Four Thieves Vinegar is used to send away unwanted people or to make a family quarrel and fall out among themselves. It can be sprinkled or dashed against an enemy's doorsteps, but it can also be served to an enemy family as a condiment, which to me justifies the "thieves" part of the name -- it is a sneaky way to protect yourself while you get them out of your life.
This preparation is used to clean and prepare areas and tools used in Necromancy. Hyssop [herb] Florida Water [floral cologne] Kolonia 1800 Sandelo (Sandalwood cologne) 5 hot peppers [herb] Thyme [herb] Vervain [herb] Lemon Juice Sugar, a pinch Kananga Water [floral cologne] Mullein [herb] Mistletoe [herb] Black Pepper [herb] Ammonia, a few drops Olive Oil, a few drops Fey Kapab [twigs] (aka Florida Boxwood: used a lot in Haitian magic) Nutmeg [powdered spice] Cinnamon [powdered spice] Allspice [powdered spice] 3-4 cups spring water
Chili Powder Cinnamon Galangal Black Pepper Iron Filings Vetivert Pinch Bitter Aloes or Vetivert Use when you desire to break any relationship. Creates animosity between lovers and business associates. Forces an eventual separation.
Damiana, Hemlock, celery seed, juniper berries, kava kava root, and white oak bark. You can burn these ingredients as an incense, or use bees wax and oils and "cook" it up into an ointment. Apply it to pulse points (wrists, neck and ankles)
1 cup Epsom salts 2/3 cup table salt 1/3 cup baking soda 14 drops orange oil 14 drops lime oil 10 drops rosemary oil 8 drops cinnamon oil color: orange
3 parts sandalwood 2 parts patchouli 1 part cardamom Color: red
4 drops patchouli, 1 drop clove oil, 1 drop basil, 3 drops Oakmoss bouquet Mix with oil and anoint body and hands daily.
3 parts Galangal, 2 parts Vetivert, 1 part thistle, 2 parts dried ginger root Steep herbs in shortening, strain, cool and anoint body at night.
Need: perfume (check out "Real" here - contains pheromones to attract!), ground rosemary, ground mugwort. Stand unobserved where your love lives/will be and blow powders, don't wipe off from your hands-add perfume/cologne and rub your hands to generate heat and add more powders then blow and say: "wandering wind carry my spell, make ________ love me well, herbs and scent make ______ mine _____ shall see me, make his/her love turn to me". Wear this perfume whenever you will be near them.
Need: 1 cup of river/ocean water, powdered hot pepper, powdered rosemary, 5 drops Jasmine oil, few drops of your blood in a bowl never used before. Sprinkle speaking forth your desire, in or near their home.
Base Ingredients: Epsom salt, Sea salt, Baking soda Optional ingredients: Finely powdered herbs, powdered oatmeal, powdered milk, food coloring Fragrance: Essential oil blends or Fragrance oils as desired Directions: All ingredients must be water soluble, or be in such a finely powdered state that it is invisible in the water. Also, if your salt is a large crystal type, grind your salt first in a food processor until it is finely ground. combine all dry ingredients in a large zip-lock bag; mix well. Add fragrance and/or coloring slowly, squinch up the bag and really mix well. Keep mixing. Mix some more. Pour into a glass container - plastic will eat up any fragrance you put in.
Perfumed inks can be used whenever you want to intensify a spell. If burning a candle, write out your objective on a small piece of paper and place it under the burning candle. If doing a spell that calls for burning the paper, this ink will strengthen what you are writing. Perfumed inks are also great for writing notes and letters to your loved ones. The making of perfumed ink is very easy. Simply purchase a bottle of ink, either black or colored, and add 2 or 3 drops of the appropriate essential oil to the bottle. Let the bottle of ink sit on your altar overnight. This is best done on the Full Moon for positively-charged inks, on the Dark Moon for negatively-charged inks. My tip for a love letter is to mix red and blue Indian or types of inks together and add some lavender essential oil or some diffused lavender essence or just leave the lavender petals in the inks and put in the sun or airing cupboard for a week and then strain. It is supposed to be the thing for writing love letters and spells. As good as the Doves blood ink!
5 oz. Talc 1/4 oz. Cinnamon 1 oz. Sandalwood 1/2 tsp. sweet basil 10 drops frankincense oil 8 drops jasmine oil 6 drops patchouli oil 1 tsp. myrtle oil
The easiest way to do it would be to take a bar of pure olive oil soap, or if you can't get that, a bar of glycerin soap, and cut it into shavings. Melt this slowly in a double boiler, or in a pan over boiling water, and mix the shavings with a bit of water so they don't stick together in the pan. When you have a nice, smooth consistency to work with, you can add empowered ingredients. Good ingredients to add would be: -money herbs and oils, such as patchouli, mint, basil, cinquefoil, ginger, sage, Tonka, nutmeg, oak moss and lemon balm. -empowered gold glitter -Green vegetable coloring (or whatever color you correspond money and prosperity with) Once you have added your ingredients, let the mixture cool slightly until you can start forming it in your hands. You can now roll it into balls, wrap them up in some cheesecloth or muslin, and let them harden. An easier way to make a quick money soap is to purchase some melt & pour glycerin from a craft store - I think they even have it at Wal-Mart. It's sold in blocks. Melt the blocks in glassware over the stove or on the microwave until it is liquid. Add your empowered ingredients quickly, as melt & pour sets fast. Next, pour the mixture into a mold (these can be purchased also, or you can make molds from just about anything from margarine tubs to juice cans to empty toilet paper rolls with foil on one end) and let the soap set. Melt and pour soap is easier to work with, because you can add your ingredients much easier, and you don't end up with so much soap afterwards. You can also make bars that are individual to your needs. For example, try pouring half the mixture into the mold, add a toy coin or a plastic dollar sign which you have empowered, then pour the rest into the mold. When hardened, you will have a soap with an empowered item in the middle of it. You could even put a charged stone in the middle of the soap. Creating the soap with your individuality only makes it more powerful. The best part? The above directions can be used for any magickal goal, not just money! One more thing, when using your soap, concentrate clearly on your intentions and visualize! For money, visualize the soap attracting the money to you. For illness, visualize the soap cleaning the illness out of you.
Ingredients: 1 tsp. of rose water 3 tbsp. sea salt or Kosher salt 1 small bowl of spring water* 1 clean glass container 1 new compact mirror 1 small storage glass bottle** Note: You can buy the bottled water as long as you know that it's really spring water. But it's best if you get the water from a running stream or other "live" body of water that you know the water is clean. The bottle should be either green or blue in order to keep its magic. Before the Rite: Cleanse and sterilize the bowl and the glass container with boiling water. Time: Midnight during a Full Moon phase. Place: Out of doors under the moon, or near a window that will reflect the light of the moon. Procedure: Ground and center. Cast your magic circle. Hold your arms outstretched in the Goddess position (arms out at the sides like you're cradling the Universe, palms up). Say: In the cloak of the midnight hour I call upon the Ancient Power I seek the presence of the Lady and Lord To bless this water that I will pour. At this point, you should feel the energy of Earth Mother and Skyfather move abut your feet and head. Feel your own energy expand around your navel and then unite with Divinity. Take your time; no need to rush. Add the rose water to the spring water. Pick the bowl of water, hold it toward the light of the Moon, and say: In my hands I hold the essence of the Goddess. I hereby cleanse and consecrate this water to Divinity that it may be used for positive acts only and may aid me in my magical works. Feel the energy of the Moon Goddess pulsate down into the water. Imagine her silver light descending from the heavens and impregnating both the water and yourself. You will feel a "glowy" sensation. Set the water down and pick up the salt. Feel the power moving in your arms as you raise the salt toward the moon. Say: In my hands I hold the essence of Earth Mother, She whose bounty sustains all living creatures. I hereby consecrate this salt to Divinity that it may be used for positive acts only and may aid me in my magical work.
Herbs: Calendula (Calendula officinalis) and Plantain (Plantago major) This sweet-smelling balm soothes and protects cuts and scrapes. And it's so gentle you can even use it on diaper rash. Calendula and plantain are known for their ability to speed skin healing. Both soften skin, relieve pain, and are antibacterial. How to make it: This is a two-step process. First, you'll make an herb-infused oil: In a large glass jar, combine 2 tablespoon each of crushed Calendula flowers and dried plantain leaves with 1/3 c of extra-virgin olive oil. Leave uncovered, and place in a pan filled with enough water to cover the lower half of the jar. Set the burner on very low heat and simmer gently for about 4 hours. Check the oil periodically to be sure it's not scorching; don't let it boil. (You can also make the infused oil in a Crock-Pot set on very low without a lid.) After the allotted time, remove the oil from the heat and allow it to cool completely. Strain away the herbs through several layers of cheesecloth and discard. To make the balm, combine the infused oil with 1 or 2 tablespoon of grated beeswax and put it into a small stainless steel bowl; set the bowl into a pot of water and heat just until the beeswax melts, stirring gently to help the melting. To test the consistency, insert a cool metal spoon into the balm and check the balm that sticks to the spoon; it should be spreadable but firm. If it's too oily, add another few shavings of beeswax. At this point, you can add a natural preservative to your balm to prevent spoilage. Vitamin E, squeezed from capsules, works very well. Rosemary extracts or oil might improve the aroma and antiseptic properties as well. You'll need about 1/4 tsp. (two capsules) to preserve this much balm. After you've blended in the vitamin E, transfer your final product to a sterile glass jar. Use a clean spoon or small spatula to transfer the balm to avoid introducing bacteria to the jar. How to use it: Apply the balm to rashes, scrapes, and other small or superficial abrasions (don't use it on deep cuts). You can also apply it regularly to help heal chronically chapped skin. Stored in a cool, dark place, the balm should keep for up to a year. Discard if it smells rancid.
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