fuckyeahpaganism:

Used to work with Fire Elementals. 

Faerie Fire Oil I

  • 1 garnet, crushed
  • 1 dram dragon’s blood oil
  • coriander seeds
  • 1 dram almond oil (as carrier) 

Faerie Fire Oil II 

  • 12 drops peach
  • 4 drops musk
  • 2 drops chamomile
  • 2 drops poppy
  • 5 drops ylang-ylang
  • 2 drops dragon’s blood

fuckyeahpaganism:

These herbs can aid in your divinatory practices! Use in spells pertaining your psychic abilities, sachets for prophetic dreams, for oils, etc. Please Note: some of these are poisonous. Please do your research before consumption or burning. 

  • Alder ~ divination 
  • Ash ~ Helps induce prophetic dreams when put under your pillow
  • Bay ~ divination, used for prophetic dreaming
  • Beech ~ aid in divination
  • Bistort ~Add to any herbal mixture to boost divination. Burn with frankincense during divination or to enhance psychic powers. 
  • Broom Tops Scotch Broom ~ Divination aid, especially with wind/air 
  • Buckeye ~ divination 
  • Butcher’s Broom  ~ psychic powers, divination, especially wind/air divination
  • Buchu ~ Prophetic dreams, divination, Add buchu leaves to the bath to enable yourself to foretell the future.
  • Butterbur ~ used for love divination
  • Camphor ~ divination, prophetic dreaming, psychic awareness. 
  • Cherry Bark/Wood ~ great for incense for divination
  • Cinnamon ~ Psychic workings, can be added to sachets and used as incense. 
  • Cinquefoil ~ Burn as an incense during divination to bring dreams of one’s intended mate.
  • Corn ~ divination 
  • Cypress ~ Aids in divination, can be burned as incense 
  • Dandelion Root ~ Used to call spirits and for divination, can be used as a tea or carried in a bag to help induce prophetic dreams.
  • Dodder ~ divination 
  • Eyebright ~ Anoint eyelids to help induce clairvoyant visions and used or prophetic dreams
  • Fig ~ divination, Write a question on a fig leaf — if the leaf dries slowly, the answer is yes, otherwise the answer is no.
  • Flax Seed ~ Burn for divinatory purposes, Sprinkle an infusion made with flax seed around the area before divination to get a more accurate reading of someone’s future.
  • Goldenrod ~ divination 
  • Gum Arabic ~ Psychic and spiritual enhancement
  • Ground Ivy ~ divination 
  • Hazel ~ Forked branches can be used for divining. 
  • Hibiscus ~ Used to promote prophetic dreaming & divination. 
  • Jasmine ~ Used for prophetic dreams
  • Lavender ~ used in visions, dream magic
  • Lettuce ~ divination, prophetic dreams 
  • Marigold ~ Clairvoyance, psychic abilities, seeing magical creatures
  • Marshmallow Root ~ used to enhance & stimulate psychic powers, draws positive spirits.
  • Meadowsweet ~ divination
  • Mugwort ~ astral projection, prophetic dreams, divination. Add to your Tarot bag to strengthen divination abilities. 
  • Mullein ~ divination, astral projection
  • Nutmeg ~ Psychic abilities, visions, clairvoyance 
  • Orris ~ divination 
  • Rose ~ psychic powers & divination. Can be used in sachets, incense, or as oil
  • Orange ~ psychic abilities & divination. 
  • Palm ~ divination, focus
  • Pansy ~ divination associate with love & romance, rain divination. 
  • Pomegranate ~ divination 
  • St. John’s Wort ~ Used in divination for the care of crystals
  • Star Anise ~ divination 
  • Thyme ~ Psychic abilities, 
  • Willow ~ Divination 
  • Wormwood ~ used to aid in divination and clairvoyance 
  • Yarrow ~ Divination, usually weather divination 

mothtomoon:

Psychic Strength/Divination/Dreams:

  • Earl Grey
  • Jasmine Green
  • Peppermint tea
  • Spearmint tea
  • Sleep Teas

Love:

  • Apple Cinnamon
  • Chai Spice
  • Red Zinger
  • Peach
  • Rose
  • Pomegranate Cherry
  • Orange Spice
  • Pomegranate Raspberry
  • Cinnamon Vanilla
  • Vanilla Chamomile

Protection:

  • Chai Spice
  • Mixed Berry teas
  • Blueberry
  • Raspberry
  • Orange Spice
  • Pumpkin Spice
  • Lapsang Souchong
  • Spice tea

Luck:

  • Lemon Ginger
  • Lemon

Based off the list of herbs from here: http://www.themagickalcat.com/Articles.asp?ID=242

(Source: , via novas-witchin-in-the-kitchen)

fuckyeahpaganism:

Freya is the Norse goddess of love, war, and magic. 

Blend I 

  • 1 part wild strawberry leaves or a few drops strawberry oil
  • 1 part lavender 
  • 1 part basil 
  • 1 part rose petals 
  • 5 drops Lily of the Valley oil 
  • 1/2 part runner bean blossoms
  • 1/4 part powdered amber 

If you can’t get it already powdered, take a small piece of low-grade amber and take sandpaper to it until you have worn away a small pile of it. Make sure that it is wholly amber and not amber chips in plastic resin, as often happens today.

Blend II 

  • 1 part dried daisies 
  • 1 part dried wild strawberry leaves 
  • 3 drops rose oil 

pomegranateandivy:

pomegranateandivy:

I want a directory of the tumblr witchcraft community, so that when someone is looking for a particular branch of witchcraft there’s an easy list of the blogs all in one place :)

Feel free to Add your blog to the list, and include a link, you can add your name under any applicable fields

If you have a category you fall under that isn’t on the list, go ahead an add it, you can also message me with a list of the things you practice if you’d like me to add you to the list :) I’m hoping this make it’s easier to find resources in the community, that are relevant to what someone is looking for at the time, and that we can also use it to discover similar blogs, or new interests

Alchemy

Astral Work

Astrology

Blood Magic (sangomancy)

Candle Magic

Celestial Work

Chaos Magic

Empathy

Energy Manipulation

Demon Work

Divination (general)

Dragon Magic

Dream Work

Druidry

Fairy/Fae Magic

Folk Magic

Gargoyle Magic

Green Magic

Glamour/Glamor Magic

Hearth Magic

Herb Magic

Hermetic Practices

Hoodoo

General Witchcraft

Kitchen Magic

Knot/Thread Magic

Lupine/Wolf Magic

Mirror Magic

Necromancy

Northeastern Magic

Pop Culture Magic

Psychic Work

Pyromancy

Scrying

Sea/Ocean Magic

Sewing Magic

Sigil work

Spirit Magic

Stone/Crystal Magic

Storm Magic

Tarot

Weather Work (general)




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(via sea-sorceress)