Magical Oils…Bubble, Bubble, Toil & Trouble :)

 

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My oils are handcrafted, by me, in my home. These oils are created
taking magickal timing into consideration; including astrological
connections, moon phases, as well as intentions and energies involved.

The oils that I sell are not bottled in tiny apothecary bottles. These are large,
old-fashioned canning jars– pint sized and jam jars, meant to last a while and
to be used in earnest. Being a green witch, I enjoy the beauty of the
herbs and other ingredients shining through my large glass jars.

I personally use every item that I sell. These same jars of magickal oil fill
my own cupboard, and are used to dress my candles and complete my magick.

Below is a list of magickal oils you can find at my website:

Health & Healing Oil

This ointment is used to "dress" candles used for healing or to maintain continued good health.  Annoint a green candle with this oil for healing of the body; a yellow candle for healing of the mind; a red candle for the physical healing of the reproductive system– a yellow candle can be burned along with the red one for mental healing of sexual abuse victims. 

Exorcism/Purification Oil 

Annoint a black candle with this oil to exorcise those demons that are bothering you– whether the irritation is physical or mental.  Annoint a white candle with this oil and burn it to purify your physical space or your mental/physical state.  I’ve used this oil to exorcise entities haunting my home, and I’ve used it to exorcise people from my life who were causing problems.

Mars Astrological Oil

This ointment promotes courage, strength, aggression, sexual energy, healing after surgery, exorcisms, and defensive magick.  I’ve found this to be an especially effective and strong magickal tool, and I want to caution you that this oil can also banish.  Use it wisely.

Witches’ Oil

This is an "all purpose" oil which can be used to annoint the body prior to rituals or spell casting.  It can also be used to dress candles.

Psychic Oil

Annoint your third eye chakra with this oil before doing divination of any kind,  or annoint a lavendar candle to call up and strengthen your psychic powers.

Sex Oil

Carve your name and the name of the one you desire on a red candle; annoint it with this oil to ignite passion and lust.  Then stand back and be prepared for some fireworks!  This oil can be made to accomodate a monogamous couple, instilled with herbs to maintain fidelity.  If you wish, you can email me with your personal preferences.  We can work together to create a unique oil with the qualities that you desire.

Prosperity Oil

This oil is used to annoint candles for money magick.  It can also be used to annoint stones conducive to wealth and prosperity and carried in your purse or wallet.  It will enhance and draw the energies that stimulate the acquisition of money in many ways.

Summoning Powder

This powder does just what its name suggests– it summons someone to you.  If you are in possession of a piece of clothing belonging to the individual you wish to summon, particularly intimate apparell, sprinkle it with this powder.  You can also sprinkle this powder on a piece of correspondence you send to this person– although in this day and age of terrorism, I would be cautious about sending anything through the mail that has a powdery dust on it.

Black Cat Oil

Black cat oil is used to break bad spells and hexes, to attract the opposite sex, and to call in the spirits– benevolent, magickally oriented spirits.  The ingredients in black cat oil is slightly different to attract the opposite sex, so make sure that you select the correct pay pal button.

Four Thieves Vinegar 

Four Thieves Vinegar is a crucial component in many banishing and commanding spells.  It can also be used to banish illness.  It’s reputed to drive away danger and rescue its user from disaster.

Graveyard Dirt

This item is exactly what its name implies– soil taken from the consecrated ground of a cemetery.  Graveyard dirt is a necessary ingredient in many hexing/cursing spells.  On the flip side, it is also the key ingredient in many benevolent spells, including those for health and healing.

Banishing Oil

Banishing oils are generally used in banishing spells, whether you’re trying to rid yourself of undesirable people, situations, habits, or things.  Just make sure that what you think you want banished, you really do– getting something back is much more work than making something go away.

Command & Compel Oil

"Commanding Oil" is generally used in binding spells– to get another to bend to your will and do what you want and to gain control of a situation.  This oil has a strong history in voodoo and New Orleans hoodoo culture and is used almost exclusively to exert your will over others.

Uncrossing Oil

This oil is most often used to remove hexes/curses placed upon you.  It’s also brought into service to turn bad luck around and is used in spells for just such results.
 

Warning

These oils/potions/powders are NOT meant to be ingested!  Most of these oils could be applied to the skin, but there may be an occasional potion that contains a skin irritant…so if in doubt, just don’t!

 

Tea Time with the Witch: Mother Willow

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Most people might head off to the pool during a warm sunny day like today, but me and my girls took off to spend a peaceful morning in the local cemetery.  I wasn’t gathering any dirt this time, since I collected plenty during Beltaine, when the Ladies of Bristolwicks gathered.
Graveyard dirt– bottled and labeled all neat and tidy– was one of the items that I offered at our new-age yardsale, and it’s one of the items I sell at my online shop.  During our yardsale, one lady showed up and worked her way down the tables, chatting with us as she did so.  She came to the bottled dirt and stopped dead in her tracks– “Why would anyone want to buy graveyard dirt?”, she asked to no one in particular, in a very loud and brassy voice.  “I’ve been getting that for years!  What’s the big deal– take a pail and shovel to the cemetery.”

I chose to ignore her bad manners.  I could have, but didn’t, tell her that not everyone may be comfortable in cemeterys, and there are people who may not be comfortable disturbing the ground.

The girls and I were going to the cemetery this morning to visit Mother Willow:

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She’s a majestic old willow tree complacently growing in a wide green swatch of ‘no man’s land’, between the protestant section of the cemetery and the catholic section.  She seems to love where she is, and the birds and other wild things love her just as much.

At Beltaine, after gathering our cemetery dirt, the Ladies and I left four silver coins with Mother Willow as an offering for the soil.  The willow has a hollow spot in the center of all those large limbs, a spot large enough for me to step into.  We buried our silver coins there back in May:

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The silver coins of Beltaine were gone, of course.  But my youngest daughter buried another coin as a token for some willow wands we gathered from the those lying on the ground.  My daughters and I spent some time then, with Mother Willow, enjoying her beauty and wondering at the secrets she keeps.
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As the sun rose high overhead, and the heat of the afternoon descended, we reluctantly left the peace of this place and the comfort of this tree.

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