Daily Archives: October 15, 2011

BUSINESS INCENSE

BUSINESS INCENSE

2 parts benzoin
1 part cinnamon
1 part basil

Burn to attract customers.

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BORN AGAIN INCENSE

BORN AGAIN INCENSE

3 Parts Frankincense
1 part Mullein
1 Part Mums

Burn when distraught over the passing of a friend or loved one.

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BINDING INCENSE (Caution!)

BINDING INCENSE (Caution!)

4 Parts Nettle
4 Parts Thistle
4 Parts Knotgrass
1/4 Part Nightshade*
1/4 Part Aconite (wolfsbane) *

Burn with caution during outdoor rituals to destroy baneful habits or thoughts. Use small amounts only. Do not inhale fumes.

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BELTANE INCENSE

BELTANE INCENSE

3 Parts Frankincense
2 Parts Sandalwood
1 Part Woodruff
1 Part Rose petals
a few drops Jasmine oil
a few drops neroli Oil

Burn during Wiccan rituals on Beltane or May Day for fortune, favors and to attune with the changing of the seasons.

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BAT’S EYE INCENSE:

BAT’S EYE INCENSE:

Real bats eye
Myrrh
Dragon’s blood
Bayberry powder

Use for the same purpose as bat’s blood incense. Works equally well. (Use where eye of bat is needed).

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BAT’S BLOOD INCENSE

BAT’S BLOOD INCENSE

Dragon’s blood
Myrrh
Cinnamon

Burn to cast evil spirits and to place a hex on someone you wish to get even with (for black magick and hexing). This invokes only baneful spirits.

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BANISHING INCENSE

BANISHING INCENSE

Bay leaves
cinnamon
Red wine
Rose petals
Myrrh
Salt

Eliminates all bad spirit forces. Should be burned in a ceremonial room during services. Also used in uncrossing (removes evil forces and hexes).

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BABYLONIAN RITUAL INCENSE

BABYLONIAN RITUAL INCENSE

3 Parts Cedar
2 Parts Juniper
1 Part Cypress
1 Part Tamarisk

Burn during Babylonian and Sumerian magickal rituals, or when attuning with such deities as Inanna, Marduk, Enlil, Tiamat and others.

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