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Incense of the Day for August 25th is Healing Incense

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HEALING INCENSE

3 parts Myrrh
2 Parts Nutmeg
1 part Cedar
1 part Clove
1/2 part Lemon Balm
1/2 part poppy seeds
few drops Pine oil
few drops Almond oil

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Incense of the Day for August 20th is Witches’ Sight Incense

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WITCHES’ SIGHT INCENSE

1 part Gum mastic
1 part Juniper
1 part Patchouli
1 part Sandalwood
1 part Cinnamon
few drops Musk oil
few drops Ambergris oil

For Tarot readings, crystal ball readings, meditating.

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Incense of the Day for August 2nd is Lughnasadh Incense

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LUGHNASADH INCENSE

2 Parts Frankincense
1 part Heather
1 Part Apple Blossoms
1 pich Blackberry leaves
few drops Ambergris oil

Burn during Wiccan rituals on Aug 1 or 2, or at that time to attune with the coming harvest.

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Incense of the Day for July 28th is Moonfire Incense

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MOONFIRE INCENSE

1 Part Rose
1 Part Orris
1 part Bay
1 Part Juniper
1 part Dragon’s blood
1/2 part Potassium nitrate

Burn for divination, love and harmony. The potassium nitrate is included to make it sparkle and glow. Don’t add too much though or it’ll explode!

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Incense of the Day for July 23rd is Crystal Purification Incense

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Crystal Purification Incense

2 parts Frankincense
2 parts Copal
1 part Sandalwood
1 part Rosemary
1 pinch finely powdered Salt
1 sm. purified Quartz Crystal point

To use, pour a bit of the incense (leaving the crystal in the jar) onto charcoal. Smolder, and pass the crystals to be purified through the smoke, visualizing the smoke wafting away the stone’s impurities. This incense can be used in conjunction with other recommended purifying rituals, or in place of them. To cleanse the crystal, leave it in sunlight for a few days, place it in running water overnight, or bury it in the Earth for a week.

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Incense of the Day for July 21 is Spirits Depart Incense

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SPIRITS DEPART INCENSE

2 Parts Fennel seed
2 Parts Dill seed
1/2 Part Rue

Burn out of doors to drive away all evil spirits and vain imaginings.

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Ancient Incense Formulas

Ancient Incense Formulas

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PERSIAN INCENSE

Persian Incense is a combination using Sandalwood and a
Spice, mainly Cinnamon, together with Benzoin or
Frankincense and Myrrh.

 

 

EGYPTIAN INCENSE

Most Egyptian Incense is the burning of plain Symtra
Benzoin, however, this may be mixed with a little
Frankincense and Myrrh as a variation.

 

 

INDIA INCENSE

All India or Hindu Incenses contain Sandalwood as a base,
and they together with any Spice, particularly Cinnamon, is
burned in the Temples. However, some of the Hindu Incenses
are made more aromatic with the addition of essential oils
or perfume bases.

 

 

CHINESE INCENSE

Chinese Incense always contains as a base Patchouli Leaves
or Root with a possibility of Cinnamon being added, and in
some incidents, it is used with Pig Dung. This is used
sometimes in the Temples on some religious ceremonies. Other
spices may be added. In the Lama Temples of Tibet, they
generally burn just butter.

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Incense of the Day for June 22nd is Water Incense

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Water Incense

3 parts lavender
1 part willow tree bark
1 part catnip
1/4 part valerian

Other water related herbs and plants include cypress bark, jasmine, kelp, lotus, moss, myrtle, myrrh, rue, sandalwood and vanilla.

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