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Magickal Uses of Herbs A-G

Magickal Uses of Herbs A-G
The Magickal Properties of Herbs Since most herbs are known by many folk names, use your Find command to find specific herbs on this page. For a more detailed look at the properties of the herbs mentioned here, go to Acacia (Acacia Nilotica) Also called gum arabic. Gender: Masculine, Planet: Sun, Element: Air, Deities: Osiris, Astarte, Diana, Ra Protection, Psychic Powers. Aconite (Aconitum Napellus) Also called wolfsbane, monkshood, blue rocket *POISON* Don't ingest. Protection, Invisibility. African Violet (Saintpaulia ionantha) Gender: Feminine, Planet: Venus, Element: Water Spirituality, Protection. Agaric (Amanita muscaria) aka magic mushroom, redcap, death angel, death cap Gender: Masculine, Planet: Mercury, Element: Air, Deity: Dionysus Fertility. Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) Also called Church steeples, cocklebur, stickwort, sticklewort Gender: Masculine, Planet: Jupiter, Element: Air Protection, Sleep. Prosperity, Anti-hunger, Money. Money, Luck, Healing. Love. Related:  Magickal Herbs

Metaphysical Explanations Of Specific Physical Aches, Pains And Sicknesses Metaphysical Explanations Of Specific Physical Aches, Pains And Sicknesses Updated November 8, 2014 by in5d Alternative News * Click HERE to visit our Official Facebook page and be sure to "Like" us!!! (opens in a new window) * Also visit in5D Connection where you can find your soul mate or join one of our amazing groups. EVERYONE is welcome! As many people in the spiritual world know, everything happens for a reason. by Olwe HAIR (head) SOCIAL 'STATEMENT.' Related: Why Is My Hair Falling Out? SPIRITUAL SENSITIVITY. SOCIAL SENSITIVITY. INFORMATION-PROCESSING. PSYCHIC SELF-'CONTAINMENT.' Related: Head Injury Turns Dropout Into Fractal Genius SHOWING ONE'S TRUE FEELINGS. GETTING THE 'MESSAGE.' RECOGNIZING OBJECTIVE FACTS. PSYCHIC SOUNDBOARDS; how we 'register' subliminal input from others. TESTING THE AIR AROUND US. THE SOCIAL INVITATION. INCOME AND THE EARNING OF WEALTH. KEEPING YOUR HEAD ON STRAIGHT! KEEPING IT IN OR GETTING IT OUT! BEARING THE LOAD. REACHING OUT TO OTHERS.

Magickal Herbs V W X Y Z VALERIAN: Valeriana officinalis. Feminine, Venus/Mercury, Water/Earth. Origin: Over 150 species. Native to Europe, northern Asia, Africa, U.S.A., India and Japan. Part Used: Root. Uses: Animals, consecration, exorcism, happiness, hex-breaking, love, lust, peace, protection, purification, sleep. Other: A substitute for graveyard dust. VANILLA: Vanilla planifolia. Feminine, Venus, Water. Origin: Central America and Mexico. Part Used: Bean, essential oil, sometimes the extract. Uses: Inspiration, intuition, love, lust, mental, peace. Other: Voodoun love oil. See Lemon Verbena. VERVAIN: Verbena officinalis. Feminine, Venus, Earth. Origin: Native to Europe, China and Japan. Part Used: Leaves and flowers. Uses: Annointing, banishing, chastity, creativity, exorcism, healing, hex- breaking, inspiration, knowledge, love, lust, peace, prosperity, protection, purification, release, sleep, youth. Other: Cerridwyn. Sabbat: Midsummer. VETIVERT: Vetiveria zizanioides, Andropogon muricatus. VIOLET: Viola odorata.

CAYA Coven The secret ways women used pot throughout history -- Fusion Ever wondered what it would feel like to slather a mixture of lamb’s fat and cannabis all over your naked body? The sensation was a familiar one to European women, once upon a time. While the U.S. is only now starting to explore modern medical uses of marijuana, for centuries, women around the world have harnessed the magical green leaves to relieve pain, make sex better, and even attempt to manage STDs. Here’s a quick tour through pot’s lesser-known history with the ladies. Women rubbed pot on swollen breasts. Weed has been used as a topical treatment for centuries. Tantric sex disciples drank pot ‘milkshakes.’ From about the seventh century onward, the use of cannabis became widespread in Indian tantric sex practices. Doctors prescribed pot for STDs. In the late seventeenth century, a German physician declared cannabis a remedy for gonorrhea. Women relied on pot during childbirth. Using weed during childbirth is not recommended today, since long-term side effects are still unknown.

Speedwell Veronica officinalis Common names Gypsy weedPhysic RootSpeedwell Speedwell (botanical name, Veronica officinalis) is an undersized perennial herb that grows up to a maximum height of 6 inches to one foot (15 cm to 30 cm) and has partially-climbing stems that are decorated with oval flowers having serrated edges and a small petiole. When comparatively larger and more attractive plants are close by, the petite flowers of speedwell are generally overlooked by most. This herb derives its name from an ancient meaning of the term speed - ‘thrive'. 4oz-$3.25 , 8oz-$5.75 , 1lb-$10.00 Parts used Whole plant. Uses For several centuries, people of different cultures have been using speedwell in the form of a panacea for almost all health conditions. However, in contemporary times, people do not use speedwell as much as a medication. As mentioned earlier, an herbal tea prepared with the dehydrated flowering plant works as a diuretic as well as an expectorant and helps to eliminate phlegm. Constituents

Crystals - Minerals and their Properties Minerals have been close to humans for as long as man has walked the earth and gazed with wonder at their natural beauty and mystery. There are thousands of types of minerals, each with it's own unique color patterns, shapes, energetic properties, and metaphysical properties. This is a list of minerals and their properties. You will find the minerals name, it's metaphysical properties, and a brief description of the minerals color and shape. This list is never complete, and will be updated constantly. ACTINOLITE This mineral is an immensely important tool. AMAZONITE This mineral provides for balancing and aligning the physical with the ethereal bodies. AMETHYST This mineral provides for good spiritual cleansing and development, helping the mind to calm and dwell on higher thoughts. GUIERRO AMETHYST (smokey) This mineral provides for good spiritual cleansing and development, helping the mind to calm and dwell on higher thoughts. AMETRINE This mineral is a mixing of citrine and amethyst.

Wicca herb chart Wiccan herbal correspondences for Wicca herbs Why Herbs Are Used In Magick? Herbs are used in magick for their "vibrations" or "essences". What does this mean? Wiccan Ways to use Herbs Charms and sachets - Fill a small bag, of the correct color or material, with herbs to make a charm or sachet. Incense- Herbs can be burned as a ritual incense, such as the sage smudge used to clear negative vibrations from a space. Bath - Make a sachet, and place it in your ritual or healing bath. Oils - Place herbs in an oil, let them steep for a few days, then strain. Teas- Use herbs to make teas for healing illness. Smoking- You can make herbal smoking mixtures which will also facilitate altered states of consciousness. In spellwork, herbs can be sprinkled or placed around or within boundaries (such as your home, altar, or magick circle) to define a "territory" for your magick to work. Below are more than 60 herbs commonly found in the kitchen, and the most popular and useful herbs in Wicca. Angelica Root Basil Bay Leaves Blessed Thistle Burdock Camellia

We Are the Other People Oberon (Otter) Zell The following is an Article published three or four years ago in Green Egg. "Ding-dong!" goes the doorbell. Is it Avon calling? With the stage set and all the actors in place, the show is ready to begin. "Hunh? Right," I say. Now clearly, here we are talking about the original creation of the human species: male and female. The next chapter talks about how Yahweh, an individual member of the Pantheon, goes about assembling his own special little botanical and zoological Garden in Eden, and making his own little man to inhabit it: (Gen 2:7) Yahweh God fashioned a man of dust from the soil. Then Yahweh decides to make a woman to go with the man. Now this next part is where it starts to get interesting. (Gen. 3:6) The woman saw that the tree was good to eat and pleasing to the eye, and that it was desirable for the knowledge that it could give. And so the sign of the Fall becomes modesty. And now we come to the crux of the Fall. Get that? So that's it for the Fall.

Classical element Segment of the macrocosm showing the elemental spheres of terra (earth), aqua (water), aer (air), and ignis (fire). Robert Fludd. 1617. Many philosophies and worldviews have a set of classical elements believed to reflect the simplest essential parts and principles of which anything can consist or upon which the constitution and fundamental powers of everything are based. Most frequently, classical elements refer to ancient concepts which some science writers compare to the modern states of matter, relating earth to the solid state, water to liquid, air to gaseous and fire to plasma.[1][2] Historians trace the evolution of modern theory pertaining to the chemical elements, as well as chemical compounds and mixtures of chemical substances to medieval, and Greek models. Ancient[edit] Cosmic elements in Babylonia[edit] Greece[edit] Plato characterizes the elements as being pre-Socratic in origin from a list created by the Sicilian philosopher Empedocles (ca. 450 BC). Medieval alchemy[edit]