Daily Archives: March 2, 2012

Spring Sabbat Oil

Spring Sabbat Oil

10 drops Lily of the Valley

10 drops Violet

10 drops Honeysuckle

1 tsp. Lemon Balm

1 oz. Carrier Oil

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Spring Sabbat Incense

Spring Sabbat Incense 

3 parts Frankincense

2 parts Sandalwood

1 part Benzoin

1 part Cinnamon

3 drops Patchouli Oil

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Ostara Oil 2

Ostara Oil 2

6 drops Rosewood

4 drops Geranium

4 drops Chamomile

5 drops Carnation

½ oz. Carrier Oil

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Ostara Oil

Ostara Oil

10 drops Almond

10 drops Patchouli

10 drops Elder

10 drops Lavender

10 drops Violet

½ oz. Carrier Oil

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Oimelic Eve Incense

Oimelic Eve Incense 

1 Part of Each:

Heather

Sage

Chamomile

Storax

Myrrh

Benzoin

Dragon’s Blood

3 drops Myrrh

2 drops Cedar wood

1 drop Bay

½ oz. Carrier Oil

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Spring Equinox Ritual Potpourri

Spring Equinox Ritual Potpourri 

A small cauldron filled with homemade potpourri can be used as a fragrant altar decoration, burned (outdoors) as an offering to the old Gods during or after a Sabbat celebration, or wrapped in decorative paper and ribbons and give as a wonderful gift to a fellow brother or sister of the Craft. 

45 drops rose oil

1 cup oak moss

2 cups dried dogwood blossoms

2 cups dried honeysuckle blossoms

½ cup dried violets

½ cup dried daffodils

½ cup dried rosebuds

½ cup dried crocus or iris

Mix the rose oil with the oak moss, and then add the remaining ingredients. Stir the potpourri well and then store in a tightly covered ceramic or glass container.

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Ostara Incense

Ostara Incense 

2 parts Frankincense

1 part Benzoin

1 part Dragon’s Blood

½ part Nutmeg

½ part Violet flowers (or a few drops Violet oil)

½ part Orange peel

½ part Rose petals

Burn during Wiccan rituals on Ostara (the Spring Equinox, which varies from March 20th to the 24th each year), or to welcome the Spring and refresh your life.

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Simple Exercise to Familiarize Yourself with the Elements

Simple Exercise to Familiarize Yourself with the Elements

To better feel and understand how these elements affect us, do this simple exercise:

Collect four items, one to represent each element and locate a compass. Weather permitting, find a spot outside – if not indoors will do.

Choose a spot where you will not be disturbed. Have your journal and something to write with.

Find north on the compass…and face that direction. If you are seated in a chair, move to face that direction.

First close your eyes and gather impressions about the compass point. After a few minutes, write down your impressions.

Now, hold the element you chose for Earth and the North, and close your eyes. Open your mind and feel the impressions of this element and how it relates to compass point. Think about how it corresponds to you and the Universe.

When you have finished write down your thoughts.

Continue through each element, facing the compass point that corresponds to the element…and finish by writing your feelings and thoughts on each one.

With the element of Spirit – focus on a golden light coming down from the heavens and filling you to the brim. When you have completed this, write down again, your thought and feelings.

Compare your notes with the properties of those elements described above. Were you connected to one or more of them? Did you feel more power in one direction? This will help you become attuned and more apart of the universe  you are apart of. Do this as a meditation every now and then also; to remind yourself to simplify.

 

Spellbound’s

Book of Spells

A Collection of Simple Spells

Volume 1

Kelli James Klymenko

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