Blackstone, or sometimes better known as Black Jasper is a highly protective stone that is excellent for grounding the energies of one who may be experiencing spaciness. It can help in connecting one's higher vibrations to the earth. Used in healing, it unifies all aspects of one’s life. Jasper reminds people to help each other.
This herb is good for divination--the I Ching was originally thrown not with coins but with dried yarrow stalks--it makes a nice ingredient for dream pillows and for divinatory incense and tea, great to combine with mugwort for this purpose.
3" black metal bowl with a wooden coaster for heat distribution. Use this dish for your charcoal discs and burning loose incense.
Swift Lite Charcoal Discs are self-lighting and long-burning mini charcoal tablets. They can be used to burn resins, incense, powdered herbal blends or dried herbs. Remove the tablet and place it in your burner. Light the edge of the tablet with a match or taper. The tablet will then light across its surface. Place loose incense in the center of the lit disc.
Featuring herbs, flowers and barks from the British cunning folk tradition, such as Lavender, Birch Bark, Heather Flower, Marjoram,Thistle Leaves and Mugwort. Crossing the hedge into the Otherworld brings on astral dreaming, projection and more. Burn on a charcoal disc in a heatproof dish.
ABRACADABRA Ritual Oil
From the Aramaic phrase avra kehdabra, meaning “I will create as I speak”. This potent oil is for amplifying your manifestation. Use it wisely and carefully. Add this to your magic workings in the way of candle dressing or candle loading, ritual baths, self anointing, consecration, on your altar space, tools and more. Please do not ingest this oil. 30ml.
Charm Bag Kit
This Muslin Pouch, thread and needle are the necessary tools to get you started with creating a charm bag. As seen on the Grimoire page for this month, there are many things you enchant your charm bags for, as well as ingredients to use. Procuring these ingredients from your personal apothecary and most importantly your local outdoor space is intrinsic for its success.
Witches Mark / Daisy Wheel Vinyl Decal
Witches’ marks - ritual protection symbols or apotropaic marks - have been found in many historic places, from medieval churches and houses, to barns, and caves. The word 'apotropaic' comes from the Greek word for averting evil. The marks were usually scribed onto stone or woodwork near a building’s entrance points, particularly doorways, windows and fireplaces, to protect inhabitants and visitors from witches and evil spirits. A common type of apotropaic mark is known as a daisy wheel, though most research in this field describes these marks as hexafoils.