Sugar Cane-Bamboo Leaf Cleansing Spell

This Brazilian formula utilizes dried pulverized bamboo leaves, which are common in Brazil but may be purchased from herb supply stores elsewhere.

  1. Place the bamboo leaves into a mortar together with some sugar cane and grind them together.
  2. Burn the herbs, wafting the fragrance as needed.

If necessary, substitute granulated brown sugar for the sugar cane, however, it’s not exactly the same. You may wish to add a few drops of dark rum in addition, but be aware that rum is extremely flammable and the flames may shoot up higher than is normally the case with incense.

Sacred Purification Incense

This cleansing formula incorporates the herbs most frequently be used in sacred rites. It removes the negative and the tainted, leaving an aura of holiness behind.

Dragon’s blood
Sea Salt
  1. Blend and grind the ingredients into a fine powder.
  2. Sprinkle onto a lit charcoal and burn.

WOTC’s Spell of the Day for 3/26 – Lucky Charm Bracelet Spell

Lucky Charm Bracelet Spell

Charm bracelets go in and out of fashion but their roots derive from magickal use, manipulating the secret powers of objects. Lucky charms may be understood as a form of amulet, talisman, or ex-voto.

  1. Choose a charm that represents your goal.

  2. At the New Moon place the charm beside a small pink candle.

  3. Charge the candle with your desire, carve and dress if you like and burn it.

  4. When the candle burns out, attach the charm to a bracelet.

  5. Wear it or reserve in a safe place, whatever suits your magick.

  6. When the goal is achieved, set another goal.

  7. Choose another charm and begin again. (Should you reconsider and change your mind regarding any goal, merely remove that charm and begin again at the next New Moon.)

Incense of the Day for 3/26 is Moonfire Incense

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 in this incense to make it sparkle and glow. If you add too much it will explode!

                                  The Complete Book of Incense, Oils & Brews
                                                        Scott Cunningham