Love Bath to Attract Suitors

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Love Bath to Attract Suitors


This is a type of love bath, but it is not the only bath that you can use for this. It is not as potent as satchels, but it will help you to attract more positive potential significant others. It allows you to clear your own energies as well as to attract another person to you.


1. 4-5 Drops Jasmine Essential Oil

2. ½ Cup Lavender Flowers, Dried

3. ¼ Cup Sea Salt

4. 3 Tablespoons Chamomile Flowers


1. Use the herbs as you normally would to make an herbal bath, and add the jasmine essential oil right before you get in. make sure to stir the water three times.

2. Repeat this mantra three times when you get in the bath and three times before you get out. “I will attract someone to love. I will be attractive to someone who will love me. Love is in my grasp.”

3. Soak for the desired amount of time but for no less than twenty minutes. It’s important that you are not using artificial light during this bath.


Wicca Herbal Magic: The Ultimate Beginners Guide to Wiccan Herbal Magic
(with Magical Oils, Baths, Teas and Spells)
Sophia Silvervine


Winter Ritual Bath

Winter Ritual Bath

During the Winter Solstice/Christmas Season we often place too much emphasis on celebrating and sharing this joyous holiday. It is often helpful amongst all the stress to atune to a quiet, internal spirituality. To begin to do so, prepare a ritual bath with oils of rosemary, pine and orange. Add a touch of patchouli for grounding. Light gold and green candles and immerse yourself in the watery solitude to refresh your weary holiday spirit. Meditate on the Winter Goddess and her lesson of stillness. Find the cool and clean space she offers, free of clutter and activity. It is the season for centering and grounding and for defining who we really are. After the bath, take your journal and write down your goals by candlelight. Contemplate the coming re-birth and identify which direction you wish to channel your energies and focus your intentions.

-This bath was adapted by one written by Karri Allrich

Pagan Crafting for Tuesday, January 10th – Lavender Bath Treatment

Black Cats - My entry #4Lavender Bath Treatment

Lavender essential oil is reassuring, soporific, and is often their first choice of aromatherapists for treating emotional or mental stress. It also reduces muscular pain, whether from illness or physical exertion, and soothes the skin. I can’t think of a more perfect herb for a relaxing bath.

Ingredients for a lavender bath treatment:

4 cups epsom salts
2 cups Sea salt
1 cup non fat powdered milk
2 cups oatmeal ground to a very fine powder in a food processor or
coffee grinder-use the old fashioned kind
40 drops of lavender essential oil

Mix together all the dry ingredients in a large bowl, sieve if you wish, then add the lavender 10 drops at a time, thoroughly mix it through. Do this 4 times, so that the lavender essential oil is distributed.

I then put the mix in glass jars and put a pretty sticker on the jar with all the ingredients and the date when I made it.


Making your bath salts

Making your bath salts


Commercial bath salts will do absolutely nothing on an esoteric level – they have too many chemical additives and artificial perfumes – so it is a nice touch to make your own using single essential oils, blends and/or herbs. The fact that you have mixed them yourself means they are infused with your own vibration and therefore will work on a very subtle level. Matching your bath salt perfume to your incense perfume does wonders for your inner self.


You will need



• • 1 PART ROCK SALT (or Borax)



• • HANDFUL OF HERBS (optional)




Mix the first three ingredients thoroughly in the mixing bowl. Use your hands as this will enable you to imbue the salts with your own energy. This is your basic mixture and can be perfumed or coloured in any way that you please.


Note: It is wise when using essential oils to mix them first if you are using a blend to allow the synergy between the oils to develop.


Add your colouring first and mix to your satisfaction, then follow with your oil or blend a drop at a time. Add the herbs to the mixture and combine thoroughly. Be generous with the oils since the salts will absorb a surprising amount without you realizing. Your nose, however, as with all oils and perfumes is the best judge – there is no right or wrong amount.

When you wish to use your salts, add approximately 2 tablespoons to a full bathtub and mix well.

Preparation for Spell Working – The Ritual Bath

Preparation for Spell Working – The Ritual Bath


Several processes become automatic when preparing for spell work. If you choose to wear special clothing, then this has to be prepared before you actually start your personal preparations. We give below some suggestions for personal robes which can be laid out with some ceremony before you begin.

Important magical workings require you to take a ritual bath which cleanses, purifies and clarifies your energy so that you are able to get the best results possible. Many practitioners prefer to take a ritual bath before performing any magical workings. For what you may consider ‘lesser’ magic you do not need to bathe, but may prefer to cleanse yourself by running your hands over your body before you embark on any working.


Ritual Bathing


Ritual bathing arose in times gone by from a perceived need to be in as ‘virgin’ – that is, unsullied – a state as possible. This is what gave rise to working skyclad, i.e. without clothes, so that there were no encumbrances between the practitioner and his or her gods or deities.


Ritual Bath


As you mix in your salts, bless the water and charge it with your intent – be that a particular magical working, a relaxing evening or a successful meeting. The candles used in this ritual can be in the colours of the Elements or those most appropriate to your purpose, for example – pink (tranquility), blue (wisdom), green (self-awareness) and red (passion). For spiritual matters, use purple.


You will need








Anoint the large white candle with the essential oil and ask for positivity, health and happiness as you do so. Do the same with the votive candles according to your need. You may, if you wish, inscribe a symbol to represent your purpose on each candle.


Run your bath and mix in the bath salts.
Light the candles, first the white one followed by the votives. Place the latter safely around the bath. The white candle should be placed wherever you feel is safest. You have now created a sacred space for yourself.

Lie back and enjoy your bath and at some point drink your water or juice visualizing your whole system being cleansed inside as well as out. Before you get out of the bath, thank the water deities for this opportunity to prepare thoroughly for the new energies available to you. If you are to perform a magical working, then keep your mind focused on that intent.


On this occasion, for safety’s sake, when you have finished your bath, snuff out the candles.

Lady A’s Specialty of the Day – Magickal Witches Bath

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Magickal Witches Bath

Oranges, Fresh mint leaves

This bath is guaranteed to turn you into a love Goddess!

Simply fill the tub with warm water, and add five whole navel oranges and a bunch
of fresh mint leaves. Get in the tub. Peel the oranges and squeeze the juice into the bath water.

Rub the fruit onto your hair and skin. Eat a few slices and anoint yourself. Do the same with the mint. Rub it into the body and hair and chew on a leaf or two.

(You should be physically clean before taking this bath. Do not soap off when you’re done.)
Let your body and hair air dry, now dress for your date.

The combination of orange and mint will make you irresistible!

Whispering Woods Ogham Course – Lesson Six – The Fordeda’s

Whispering Woods Ogham Course – Lesson Six 
The Fordeda’s  


Fifth Aicme (Consonants) Forfedas
The Forfedas (extra letters) were invented in the Old Irish period (725 CE to about 950 CE), several centuries after the peak of Ogham usage. They appear to have represented sounds felt to be missing from the original alphabet.

They are not found in any stone inscriptions. It is thought that the Benedictine monks added the forfedas in an effort to make ogham a more literary alphabet with which to record in.
The five forfeda are given as an additional vocalic aicme, with the values, found in Auraicept na n-Éces, (De dúilib feda) and In Lebor Ogaim.

It should be noted that the five forfeda are only known from manuscript tradition, which attributes to them a variety of values.


(ch / k) Éabhadh   (EHV-uh)

Aspen (True Tree)
Word Ogham of Morann Mac Main states:
Snamchain feda, most buoyant of wood, that is ebad, aspen, with him, for fair swimming is wood; that is a name for the great raven. Hence it was put for the letter named the Ogham ebad, for e is a name for salmon, and it is written by ea like the alphabet of the fauna:
From the word-oghams of Mac ind Oic:
Comainm carat, synonym for a friend, aspen, e, in the forest. Hence for its synonymous Ogham letter.
Cosc lobair, corrective of a sick man, woodbine for the Ogham letter, which has taken a name other than it, ebad, aspen, ea.

oi (th) Ór    (Oir)

Word Ogham of Morann Mac Main states:
Sruitem aicdi, most venerable of structures, i.e., oir, oi, spindle tree, according to fact. Hence it was put for the letter owing to the identity of the name that is between them, to wit, oir is the name of each of them.
From the word-oghams of Mac ind Oic:
Silad clann, growing of plants, that is ur, heath, u with him, for it is uir, the soil of the earth, that causes the growing of the plants that are put into it. Growing of plants, again, said of the soil of the earth, is said of the Ogham letter which has taken the same name with it, each of them is ur.

ui (io, ph) Uilleann    (Uilen)

Word Ogham of Morann Mac Main states:
Tutmur fid uilleann, juicy wood is woodbine, that is woodbine with him, for it is a name for honeysuckle. Hence it was put for the Ogham named woodbine, ui; for hence was woodbine put for it, for it is a name for honeysuckle.
From the word-oghams of Mac ind Oic:
Cubat n-oll, great equal-length, woodbine, i.e., honeysuckle. Hence for the Ogham letter which it has taken from it, woodbine, ui.

ia (p / pe) Ifín     (Iphín)

Word Ogham of Morann Mac Main states:
Millsem feda, sweetest of wood, that is gooseberry with him, for a name for the tree called pin is millsem feda. Gooseberries are hence named. Hence it was put for the letter named pin, for hence pin, or ifin, io, was put for it.
From the word-oghams of Mac ind Oic:
Amram blais, most wonderful of taste, pin or ifin, gooseberry. Hence for the letter that has taken its name from it, pin or iphin, io.

ae (x / xi) Eamhancholl    (Emancholl)

Word Ogham of Morann Mac Main states:
Luad soethaig, expression of a weary one, i.e., ach, ah! uch, alas! that is emancoll, ae, with him, for emancoll is taken for ach, though it may be taken for something else. Finit WordOgham of Morann.
The name Eamhancholl means “twinned C”, referring to the shape of the letter, and gives no indication of sound value.
1. The Forfedas were invented in the ___   _____ period.
2. Comainm carat, is which Ogham?
3. Honeysuckle is called?
4. The name Eamhancholl means ________   __.



Source: Researcher & Author: Crick

Website: The Whispering Woods

Bath Recipes

Bath Recipes


COLOR: Purple

3 parts Cedarwood
2 Parts Sandalwood
1 part Frankincense

Bathe in this mixture to direct your consciousness toward higher things, to
promote spirituality & to combat earth–ob sessions such as uncontrolled
spending, overeating, sluggishness & all forms of unbalanced materialism.




COLOR: Dark Blue

3 parts Niaouli
2 parts Eucalyptus
1 part Sandalwood

For use in speeding healing. Release the ailment into the water. Splash
fresh water over your body before toweling.





3 parts Palma Rosa
2 Parts Lavender
1 drop Rose (more may be added)

Bathe in this mixture to attract love and to expand your ability to give
and receive love.



FIRE BATH (Elemental)


3 parts Frankincense
2 parts Basil
2 parts Juniper
1/2 part Orange

For use in attuning with the element of Fire, or for rituals *involving
strength, courage, passion, lust and so on…




COLOR: White

3 Parts Frankincense
3 Parts Sandalwood
2 Parts Rosemary
1 drop clove oil

Bathe in this mixture for a heavy psychic cleansing. Splash fresh water
over your body after the bath.

NOTE: Do not use more than one drop clove oil (may irritate)



EARTH BATH (Elemental)

COLOR: Green

4 parts Patchouli
3 parts Cypress
1 part Vetivert

Use in attuning with the Earth, or for spells involving money, foundation,
stability, creativity, fertility, ecology and so on …




COLOR: Purple

3 parts Rosemary
2 parts Myrrh
2 parts Sandalwood
1 part Frankincense

Bathe in before any form of magickal working to strengthen, purify and
Prepare yourself for ritual.

Various Bath Recipes for Your Enjoyment

Various Bath Recipes for Your Enjoyment



WATER BATH (Elemental)

COLOR: Dark Blue

2 parts Chamomile
2 parts Yarrow
1 part Ylang-Ylang
1 part Palma Rosa

Use for attuning with the element of Water, or for love, psychic awareness,
friendships, healing and so on …




COLOR: Purple

4 parts Sandalwood
2 parts Myrrh
1 part frankincense
1 drop Cinnamon

Use to increase your awareness of the Divine, especially before religious




COLOR: Dark Blue

3 parts Lotus Bouquet
2 parts Lavender
1 part Rosemary

Add a bit of Sea Salt to the salt base. Bathe for a gentle purification
prior to magical works





3 Parts Geranium
2 parts rosemary
1 part Frankincense

Bathe in this blend to purify body, spirit & soul.





COLOR: Light Blue

4 parts Yarrow
1 part bay

Use this blend in baths to strengthen your psychic awareness





COLOR: White

3 Parts Rosemary
2 parts Frankincense
1 part Lavender

Bathe in this mixture daily to strengthen your psychic armor and to stave
off all manner of attacks – physical, mental, spiritual, psychic and emotional.






3 parts Rosemary
2 parts Lavender
1 part Cardamon
1 part Yarrow

For promoting and attracting love. Use with visualization, as with all of
These formulas.