Spell Candles, Witches Herbs, Magick Incense, Healing Crystals, and How-To’s for Altar Set ups.
In this post I share links from fellow websites and blog posts that discuss AWESOME recipes for Magick.
Creating Magick is a fun and amazing healing practice, but it isn’t always an easy task to do. If your like me then you might get stumped at times when going about persuing Magick task/ Rituals or maybe you might be NEW on the path to Magick.
Not to worry! I created this post for these 2 reasons.
With the Internet being a HUGE part of our lifes in our world we have a GREAT advantage that our relatives before us didnt have access to. There is so much information out there on this amazing web.
I decided to surf this massive web and gathered information from here, there, everywhere and placed it into this post, making it an even more simple task for anyone to start learning Magick or to get help with their Magickal Practices.
Lets find out what these sites and bloggers have to offer! Ready to dive in??
Spell & ritual candles have been used throughout time to focus and direct intent while honoring and evoking the divine. These candles are dressed and enchanted with herbs, oils & crystals chosen for their metaphysical & magickal properties. Light your candle during prayer, meditation, rituals & spells.
Candle colors are selected for their associations and use in candle magick.
Each candle comes with instructions on how to use and details on the elements it is infused with.
We always recommend cleansing your candle with smoke from a sage and charging in moonlight prior to use.
Incenses are very important items in Witchcraft. The smoke they created is capable of inducing different feelings, purifying environments, purifying and protecting environments, purifying objects during the consecration, and more. In this post, we’ll see the main incenses meaning and their usage in rituals and witchcraft.
We can’t prove when incenses were created, but we know for sure that ancient civilizations like the Egyptian and the Hindu already used them in rituals. One theory tries to explain the importance of them stating that Goddesses and Gods lived outside de Earth and only the smoke created by fire was capable of reaching them. Hence, herbs started to be burned and then the incenses were created.
Anyway, incenses are used until today and not only during rituals but also for welfare.
Daunted by all those posts online that say you have to have at least 70 crystals with intimate understanding of each to be a “good witch”? Posts like those are complete baloney—you could have 100 crystals, 10, or even none, and you would still be a witch. It’s all about where you want to take your craft. Some people don’t want to have to deal with all the charging, grounding, cleansing, and recharging that comes with crystals, so they decide to opt out. Others might love the idea of pretty rocks that are also functional, so they hoard hundreds upon hundreds of the same stone.
The important thing to remember is that you are the only one who can decide what you want to do with your craft; after all, it is yours!
So, you want to bring some crystals into your craft, but you’re lost in the many lists of meanings and just want something simple. Many witches are the same way! Down below we’ll take a look at the correspondences of five of the most “essential” stones for an aspiring crystal witch.
The term herb is generally used to describe a plant that is herbaceous in nature, that is, it is not a tree or a shrub. However, when a witch or occultist uses the word “herb” we are generally referring to a plant that is useful without regard to its lifestyle. However, this designation often excludes those plants used for food; fruits and vegetables.
This list includes plants AND fungi that are useful to a witch, including those that are used for magick, crafting, food and healing including herbaceous plants, trees, shrubs and various fungi. Some are simply useful for decoration and some I have included for folkloric interest. That is to say; some herbs are more useful than others.
Setting up your Magickal Working Space, AKA Altar:
Creating your very own Altar by Paganspath.com
Decorate your Altar by Wicca-spirituality.com
Altars that Represent the Elements by Groveandgrotto.com