Golden Healer Quartz
It will open the energy fields to facilitate the free flow of energies so that healing will take place in your being. It will open your consciousness to receive information and guidance from the higher dimensions to achieve your highest good.
Used throughout Europe as a protective and cleansing herb, juniper also guards against theft. The berries and needles were one of the earliest incenses used by European healers and witches. When carried or burned, Juniper helps psychic powers, break hexes and curses, and drives off snakes.
The Witchery Dozhinki Incense
Used as offerings to attract Spirits, Familiars, and Ancestors into your sacred space. This sacred mix of auspicious herbs has been blessed with whispered spells and prayers. Offer to your households land, sprinkle in your garden, or burn on charcoal and waft the smoke outside and in your home and property.
Select a bowl that will safely hold burning charcoal. Use tongs to hold the charcoal disc, and then light it using a lighter, match or candle flame. Wait for the orange sparks to move across the charcoal, then gently place the burning charcoal in your bowl. Add a small amount of loose incense on top of the burning charcoal disc.
The Witchery Chicken Hut Perfume
Baba Yaga lives in a hut in the forest. The hut seems to have a personality of its own and can move about at will on its own and can move about on chicken legs, that's why it's called the Hut on Chicken's Legs. Can be used as a dressing oil on yourself or anoint candles, petition papers, spell papers, charms, fetishes or anything else you wish. 5 ml roll on
Domovoy Salt Offering
A herbal infused salt offering for the Domovoy house spirit. Domovoy, in Slavic mythology, a household spirit appearing under various names and having its origin in ancestor worship. A domovoy dwells in any number of places in each home: near the oven, under the doorstep, in the hearth. He never goes out beyond the boundaries of the household. Sprinkle the salt as an offering to appease the spirit.
Baba Yaga Button
In Slavic culture, Baba Yaga lived in a hut usually described as standing on chicken legs. Baba Yaga may help or hinder those that encounter her or seek her out. A guardian of the fountains of the water of life. 2" Button
Dazhbog Altar Candle
Among the Serbians, Dazhbog was believed to be a handsome young king who ruled over the 12 kingdoms of the Zodiac and lived with two beautiful maidens, the Zoyra. In other Slavic folklore, however, Dabog or Dajbog, variants of Dazhbog, are names applied to a devil-like creature that opposes God. 4 ounce soy candle. Do not burn unattended.