Welcome to the Worlde of a Fated Fey, one who walks the Shadows between the OtherSide and this Dreamland. This is the Book of Shadows of a hereditary and self-taught Magickal Woman; a Dreamer who possesseth the lineage of Fae, Wytch and Starr Blood. Interwoven together to make an ecclectic source of Magick and Chaos. To walk between the Worldes of the Starrs, the Hidden Realms, the Spirit Worlde and to also Live a human life...

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

You are the Mugwort to my Henbane...

The Magickal Worlde of Herbs and Plants.

Utnapishtim said to him, to Gilgamesh:
Gilgamesh, you came here;
you strained and toiled.
What can I give you as you as return to your land?
Let me uncover for you, Gilgamesh, a secret thing.
A secret of the gods let me tell you.
There is a plant, its roots go deep, like the boxthorn;
Its spike will prick your hand like a bramble.
If you get your hands on the plant,
you'll have everlasting life.
-The Epic of Gilgamesh.

The herb doctors an physicians of Sumer, Babylon, Assyria and Egypt believed in no uncertain terms that their craft was a gift from the gods, and the gods themselves were its first practitioners. The knowledge of the curative properties of plants, water and oil was considered a divine art whose secrets were jealously guarded, and passed down in oral traditions. When men first learned to write they committed these teachings to clay tablets and rolls of papyrus, and drew up the first lists off medicinal herbs. In these ancient herbals medicine and magic are almost inextricably mixed together; though it is clear they had a very real knowledge of primitive medicine. As herbalists they took with them their box of medicines and as a magician their magic rods, which were the symbols of their profession.
-The Divine Origin of the Craft of the Herbalist.



Translation of the Olde Herbs and Plants...

A Bone of an Ibis Buckthorn
Adders fork Adder's Tongue (cynoglossum)
A hawk's heart Heart of Wormwood
A lion's hairs Tongue of a turnip (the leaves of the taproot)
A man's bile Turnip sap (brassica napus)
An eagle Wild Garlic
A pigs tail Leopards Bane
Ass's foot Coltsfoot
A titan's blood Wild Lettuce
Bats wings Holly
Bear's foot Lady mantle
Bulls foot Coltsfoot
Bulls blood Horehound
Blood from a head Lupine
Blood from a shoulder Acanthus mollis or Helleborus foetidus
Blood of an eye Tamarisk gall
Blood of a goose Mulberry tree milk
Blood of Ares Purslane
Blood of Hephasistos Wormwood
Blood of Hestia Chamomile
Calf's snout Snapdragon
Chronos' blood Cedar
Fat from a head Spurge
From the belly Earth apple
From the foot House leek
From the loins Chamomile
Graveyard dust Mullein, or ground Patchouli leaves
Hairs from a hamadryas baboon Dill seed
Sand of a hamadryas baboon Dill juice
Seed of Horus Horehound
Semen of Ammon House leek
Semen of Ares Clover
Semen of Helios White hellebore
Semen of Hephaistos Fleabane
Semen of Herakles Mustard rocket (eruka sativa)
Semen of Hermes Dill
Sparrow's tongue Knotweed
Tears, or sleep Dill juice
Tongue of a dog Hounds tongue (cynoglossum officinale)
Unicorn root Ague root
Wolf's claw Club moss
Wolf's milk Euphorbia

Magickal Plant Substitutes...
If you be finding a herb or plant for your needs, and your
cupboard and garden is as bare
as olde Mother Hubbards,
you may find these useful instead!!

  • Tobacco substitutes any poisonous herb
  • Rose for any other herb
  • Rose can substitute any flower
  • Frankincense or Copal for any gum resin

Acacia Gum Arabic
Acacia, Gum Gum Arabic
Aconite Tobacco
Arabic, Gum Frankincense; Gum Mastic (for binding wet ingrediants)
Ammoniac, Gum Asafoetida
Asafoetida Tobacco; Valerian
Balm of Gilead Rose Buds
Bdellium, Gum Copal; Pine Resin; Dragon's Blood
Belladonna Tobacco
Benzoin Gum arabic
Cachana Angelica Root
Camphor Oil Eucalyptus Oil; Lavender Oil
Carnation Rose Petals anointed with a few drops of Clove Oil
Cassia Cinnamon
Castor Bean few drops of Castor Oil
Cedar Sandalwood
Cinquefoil Clover; Trefoil
Citron equal parts Orange Peel and Lemon Peel
Clove Mace, Nutmeg
Clover Cinquefoil
Copal Frankincense; Cedar
Cowbane Tobacco
Cypress Juniper; Pine Needles
Deerstongue Vanilla; Woodruff; Tonka Bean
Dittany of Crete Gum mastic
Dragon's Blood equal parts Frankincense and Red sandalwood
Eucalyptus Oil Camphor Oil
Euphorbium Tobacco
Frankincense Copal; Pine Resin
Galangal Ginger Root
Grains of Paradise Black Pepper
Gum Mastic Gum Arabic; Frankincense
Hellebore Tobacco; Nettle
Hemlock Tobacco
Hemp Bay; Damiana,; Nutmeg; Star Anise
Henbane Tobacco
Hyssop Lavender
Ivy Cinquefoil
Jasmine Rose
Juniper Pine
Lavender Rose
Lemon Grass Lemon Peel
Lemon Verbena Lemon Grass; Lemon Peel
Mace Nutmeg
Mandrake Tobacco
Mint (any kind) Sage
Mugwort Wormwood
Neroli Oil Orange Oil
Nightshade Tobacco
Nutmeg Cinnamon, Mace
Oakmoss Patchouli
Orange Tangerine Peel
Patchouli Oakmoss
Peppermint Spearmint
Pepperwort Black Pepper; Rue
Pine Juniper
Pine Resin Copal; Frankincense
Red Sandalwood Sandalwood mixed with a pinch of Dragon's Blood
Rose Yarrow
Rose Geranium Rose
Rue Rosemary mixed with a dash of Black Pepper
Saffron Orange Peel
Sandalwood Cedar
Sarsparilla Sassafras
Spearmint Peppermint
Sulphur Tobacco; Clubmoss; Asafoetida
Thyme Rosemary
Tobacco Bay
Tonka Bean Vanilla Bean; Deerstongue; Woodruff
Trefoil Cinquefoil
Valerian Asafoetida
Vanilla Woodruff; Tonka Bean; Deerstongue
Vetivert Calamus
Wolfsbane Tobacco
Wood Aloe Sandalwood sprinkled with Ambergris
Woodruff Vanilla; Deerstongue
Wormwood Mugwort
Yarrow Rose
Yew Tobacco
The Magickal Benefits of your
Culinary Herbs...

BASIL: Ruled by Mars. Used in love/lust spells
BAY: Ruled by the Sun. Burned to expel any negativity, to protect, to purify,
and to induce visions
CINNAMON: Ruled by the Sun. Used for spells as such; money, healing, protection,
lust and love, and spiritual awareness
GINGER: Ruled by Mars. Adds extra power to your spells
MINT: Ruled by Venus, ties with Mercury. All-Purpose for any spell, especially
healing and protection
OREGANO: Ruled by Mercury. Used for healing spells
ROSEMARY: Ruled by the Sun. For positivity, purifying, healing and youthfulness. Can
also be used as a substitute for frankincense
SAGE: Ruled by Jupiter and Venus. Used for protection, purification, long life
and wisdom (hence the name)
THYME: Ruled by Venus. Used for cleansing, courage and good health

Magickal Purposes for Herbs
and theyr Oils...

COURAGE: Dragon's Blood; Frankincense; Geranium Oil
HAPPINESS: Lavender Oil; St John's Wort
HEALING: Calamus; Juniper; Lemon Balm; Rose; Sandalwood, Coriander, Peppermint Oil; Eucalyptus Oil
LOVE: Rose; Dragon's Blood; Vervain; Copal; Juniper; Lemon Balm; Orris; Clove Oil; Coriander Oil; Peppermint Oil; Lavender Oil; Ylang Ylang Oil
LUCK: Calamus; Rose; Orange Oil
LUST: Clove Oil; Patchouli Oil; Peppermint Oil
MONEY: Galangal; Vervain; calamus; Clove Oil; Patchouli Oil; Orange Oil
PEACE: Cumin; Lavender Oil
PROTECTION: Dragon's Blood; Frankincense; Rose; Wormwood; Myrrh; Orris; Clove Oil;
Lavender Oil; Patchouli Oil; Eucalyptus Oil
PSYCHISM: Wormwood; Rose; Galangal; Mace; Orange; Clove Oil; Peppermint Oil
PURIFICATION: Benzoin; Valerian; Sandalwood; Calamus; Copal, Vervain; Eucalyptus Oil


Herbal Incense Blends...

BANISH WITH A KICK: Benzoin, Wormwood and Myrrh
HOME AND HEAD BANISH: Myrrh, Frankincense and Copal
ALL-PURPOSE INCENSE: three parts frankincense, two parts Myrrh and one part
Cinnamon
HONOUR THE MAIDEN: Vervain, Lavender and Rose
HONOUR THE MOTHER: Rose, Frankincense and Cypress
HONOUR THE CRONE: Vervain, Myrrh and Cypress
HONOUR THE HORNED GOD: Sandalwood, Myrrh and Patchouli
HEALING: Rosemary, Juniper and Myrrh
LOVE: Geranium, Rose Petals and Copal- for sexy Love also add
Cinnamon, Dragon's Blood and Patchouli
PROSPERITY: Frankincense, Cinnamon, Lemon Balm, Mace, Copal and
Orange Peel
PROTECTION: two parts Frankincense, one part Sandalwood, half part of
Rosemary
PSYCHIC VISIONS: Frankincense, Bay and Wormwood
PURIFICATION: Pine, Juniper and Cedar
FULL MOON: Frankincense, Sandalwood and Rose Petals
THE DARK OF THE MOON: Myrrh, Cypress and Orris


The Herbs of your Star Sign...

ARIES: Cedar, Cinnamon, Copal, Dragon's Blood
TAURUS: Cardamom, Patchouli, Rose, Thyme
GEMINI: Lavender, Mace, Parsley, Peppermint
CANCER: Calamus, Eucalyptus, Lemon balm, Myrrh
LEO: Benzoin, Frankincense, Juniper, Rosemary
VIRGO: Cypress, Lavender, fennel, Patchouli
LIBRA: Rose, Spearmint, Thyme, Violet
SCORPIO: Basil, Ginger, Myrrh, Violet
SAGITTARIUS: Clove, Copal, Frankincense, Sage
CAPRICORN: Cypress, Patchouli, Comfrey, Vervain
AQUARIUS: Benzoin, Cypress, Lavender, Pin
PISCES: Calamus, Eucalyptus, Sage, Ylang Ylang


Mugwort;
Used for Protection and Prophesy, my all-time favourite herb (You and your Mugwort Bella!) Dedicated to the goddesses Diana and Artemis, it was also believed that the knowledge of its supernatural powers were a gift given to humankind by mermaids, for the goode of all. It can be used to heal pain, and induce psychic powers and lucid dreaming.
Smoked at night, it can induce colourful and vibrant lucid dreaming, placed underneath your pillow sleep can cause not only wonderful visions, but also astral travelling, dreams of prophesy and meanings. A word of precaution for my favourite herb, never use in any way if pregnant and expecting childe, it can induce miscarriages by relaxing the uterus.

Damiana;
This sex magick herb is an aphrodisiac of the Divine, a gift of the gods and goddesses bestowed upon us to enjoy and be able to succumb to the depths of sensuality and the art of making Love. This herb may increase fertility and the libido of both men and women, so it is best to use at most two or three times a week, or as required.

Aphrodisiac Damiana Tea:
Drink two cups of the boiled Damiana each day; one teaspoon per cup sweetened with honey to taste. This delicious, but slightly acrid tasty tea will enhance your love- making abilities and attractiveness to others, word of caution though, this may include members of your own sex!

Damiana Liquor Love Potion:
  1. Soak 25 grams of dried damiana in 500 ml of Vodka or Tequila for 5 days
  2. Pour off the liquid, strain, and filter through a coffee filter paper
  3. Soak the remaining alcohol-drenched leaves in another 500 ml of distilled or spring water for another 5 days
  4. Pour off the liquids, strain and filter as before
  5. Warm this extract to about 70.c (160.f) and dissolves half to one cup of honey, depending on the sweetness required
  6. Combine the alcohol and water extract. This potion is very yummy and works immediately once drunk, have either hot or cold over ice.


Magickal Teas...

for Divination;
  • one tablespoon China Black or English Breakfast tea leaves
  • two teaspoons of Lemon Balm
  • one teaspoon of Eyebright
  • one tablespoon of Mugwort
  • one tablespoon of Rose Hips

for Psychic Healing;
  • one tablespoon of China Black
  • one teaspoon of Elder Flower
  • one teaspoon of Nettle
  • two teaspoons of Burdock Root
  • one tablespoon of Mullein
  • two teaspoons of Rose Hips

for Love Spells;
  • one tablespoon of China Black tea
  • one teaspoon of Damiana
  • one teaspoon of Raspberry leaves
  • two teaspoons of Chamomile
  • one teaspoon of Mullein
  • two teaspoons of Rose Hips

for Purification;
  • one tablespoon of China Black
  • two teaspoons of Fennel
  • one teaspoon of Valerian
  • one teaspoon of Chamomile
  • two teaspoons of Hyssop

for Meditation;
  • one tablespoon of China Black or English Breakfast tea
  • two teaspoons Chamomile
  • one teaspoon of Rose Hips
  • two teaspoons of Elderflower

for Health Spells;
  • one tablespoon of China Black tea
  • two tablespoons of Fennel
  • one tablespoon of Mint
  • two teaspoons of Rose Hips
  • one teaspoons of Elderflower
  • two teaspoons of Hops
  • one teaspoons Mullein
  • one teaspoon of White Oak

for Protection- 7 Herbal Powers;
  • one tablespoon English or Irish Breakfast tea
  • two teaspoons of Elderflower
  • one teaspoon of Linden flower (Tila)
  • one teaspoon of Valerian
  • two teaspoons of Burdock Root
  • one teaspoon of Comfrey
  • one teaspoon of Hyssop
  • two teaspoon of Rose Hips


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