Various recipes

Protection Incense:

Frankincense, Myrrh, Dragon’s Blood

Banishing Incense:

Bay leaf, Cinnamon, Rose petals, Myrrh, Salt. May be a “Wiccan” recipe but it works quite well. I take out the red wine. No purpose really.

Uncrossing Bath

Red Clover, Bay leaf, Hyssop, Blessed Thistle, Rue – Five ingredients.

To make someone leave you alone:

Alum, Black Mustard Seeds and Poppy seeds. Place the person’s name on parchment with Bat’s Blood ink and place all ingredients into the bag. Stick it in the freezer. The alum makes them pucker up. The black mustard seeds make them shut up, and the Poppy seeds may produce confusion.

A REAL Love oil (Love, lust, lasting future)

  • Light base oil such as Coconut
  • Vervain
  • Rose petals (red)
  • Daminana
  • Yarrow
  • Woodruff
  • Orris root if drawing a man
  • Black Snakeroot if drawing a woman (aka Black Cohosh)
  • For oils, you can add: Rose, Ylang ylang, Sandalwood, Patchouli, Jasmine, Neroli, Geranium…etc.
  • Various mpolos (powdered ingredients such as Para Mi, Ala Ala, Ven a Mi.)

Use wisely and with safety on your mind. It’s very powerful.

I’ve noticed quite a bit of a talent for producing oils for the mpungo. But I won’t post those recipes here.

Astaroth oil

  • Coconut or Jojoba oil
  • Myrtle leaf
  • Vervain
  • Mugwort
  • Rose oil

That’s what I’ve been using. It works. 🙂 You can also add a little freshly dried Bay leaf in it too, especially if you are using this oil for divination.

I prefer coconut or jojoba oils because they don’t go rancid. Olive oil, grapeseed oil does, even when you put in a fixative like Benzoin or alcohol.

Halloween Night Incense

Frankincense (3 tblsp)
Myrrh (1 1/2 tblsp)
Benzoin (1 tblsp)
1 Dead Leaf from outdoors (without stem)
Bay Leaves (3)
White Willow Bark (pinch)
Dittany of Crete (pinch)
Rose petals (pinch)
Bluebell petals (pinch)
Lilac flowers (pinch)

Oils to add:

Jasmine oil
Patchouli oil
Rose (or Palmarosa) oil

(Note: Synthetics are fine and be sure the incense is dried out before using)

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