Free Magic Spells
Chocolate is excellent for money.
Spinach can help you get a job.
Bitter foods will make you work harder, sweet foods will ease the pressure on a
workaholic (try honey, not junk food).
Apples are sacred to Aphrodite, so cut one in half and give it to your lover to enrapture them.
Get the one you want out of your life out of it by serving them a bowl of turnips.
They'll leave you-you won't have to do a thing.
Ginger tea, or bathing with ginger will relieve stress.
Oat in a sock, popped in the bath, promotes gentleness and soft beauty.
ANEMONE: Protects against sickness
ANGELICA: Lengthens life, protects from disease, exorcises evil
BASIL: Protects from evil, aids love
BORAGE: Generates courage, lifts spirits
CARAWAY: Guards against theft, promotes love
CEDAR CHIPS: Attracts money
CINQUEFOIL: Brings love, aids in divination, protects from evil
CLOVER: Brings luck, wealth, prosperity
COMFREY: Aids healing
CORNFLOWER: Promotes good eye-sight
DILL: Protects from evil
MARJORAM: Ensures happiness in the afterlife
MUGWORT: Alleviates female disorders, shows the future, protects from wild beasts
MYRTLE: Love and peace
PARSLEY: Protects from poison, promotes long life
PLANTAIN: Cleanses and purifies
ROSEMARY: Loyalty, devotion, love, strength
SAGE: Promotes long life
ST. JOHN'S WORT: Exorcisms, dispels evil
SOLOMON'S SEAL: Heals Wounds
SUNFLOWER: To find a thief
THYME: Courage, chivalry
VALERIAN: Restores peace, harmony, togetherness
VERVAIN: Reconciles enemies, protects from harm, ensures fidelity
WILD THYME: Protects against nightmares.
NAMES: Dragon's Blood - Dragon Lily
Dracena means female dragon.
For : protection, inner power, love spells, exorcism, male sex magic Woody-stemmed plants
of the tropical eastern hemisphere. They have orange or yellow roots, a crown of leathery
leaves, and bloom with clusters of small white flowers. Propagated by cuttings or stem
sections, they need moist roots and a warm climate. There are many varieties, some of which
yield a red juice which, when thickened, is said to resemble the blood of dragons.
Most varieties can be grown indoors.
Dracena draco - Dragon Tree
Exudes dragon's blood, a dark red resin that burns with a bright flame.
Large palm-like tree of the Canary Islands that grows to 70 feet tall and 45 feet around.
The trunk and lower branches are bare; a rosette of thick, stiff, rigid, pointed fleshy leaves
grows from the top of the tree. The leaves, with translucent edges that are sometimes outlined
in red, grow to 2 feet long. It blooms with greenish-white flowers that look like clusters of lilies.
The fruit is an orange berry. Dragon's blood seeps from cracks in the trunk of the tree.
Propagated by seed, it dislikes isolation and excessive humidity. Dragon trees live very long;
a tree in Tenerife was reputed to be over 6000 years old. Ancient trees have a slight fragrance.
It can be grown as a houseplant.
MEDICINE: The tree has medicinal applications
USES: Resin is used to color varnishes
Dracena marginata- Madagascar Dragon Tree
Branching, slow-growing, tree-like plant with slender, twisting,
cane-like trunks that grows to 12 feet. It has rosettes of fleshy, deep olive
green leaves that are edged in red.
NAMES: Arabic: Om Beit (Mother of the House)
Small tree-like plant with sword-shaped leaves. The stem and branches
are forked. It blooms with pannicles of delicate pink flowers. The fruit
is a round berry.
NAMES: Dragon Queen - Queen of Dracenas
African plant with thin canes that grows to 10 feet. It has a rosette of glossy, deep green, leathery
leaves with pale green markings. Dragon Queen blooms at night with fragrant white flowers.
It needs porous soil and a humid climate.
Dracena fragrans - Dragon Lily
Rare plant that grows in the mountains near Sudan. It is often cultivated as a houseplant.
Dracena goddsefiana - Gold Dust Dracena
Shrubby plant with whorls of thin, leathery, deep green leaves that are
glossy and have yellow spots. It blooms with greenish-yellow flowers. The fruit is a red berry.
Dew should be collected from organically grown roses.
Non organic roses are frequently sprayed with highly toxic chemicals, some will cause allergic
reactions or worse! They aren't safe even if you have never seen them being sprayed either,
systemic poisons are injected or placed around the roots of the plant and will result in the same
exposure to these toxins. Even organically grown roses are occasionally sprayed with sulfur and
other solutions to keep fungi at bay, so this will affect the working. Sulfur will actually oppose this
working with its repelling tendencies. Ideally, the roses will be your own, or from a garden you are
familiar with so you know that it has been at least two weeks since any sprays have been applied.
To collect the dew, have a very clean, well wrung out, natural sea sponge or
color-free cellulose sponge. Armed with your sponge and a small bottle, go to the roses late at
night or very early in the morning, during the waxing moon is best. Dab the dew from the flowers
and some leaves and occasionally wring the sponge out into the bottle.
This shouldn't take long, maybe 15 minutes to collect what is needed, (depending on the
humidity in your area) but get extra as long as you are there for future use.
Separate the excess from what you will be using for any immediate workings.
To the bottle that you will be putting up for storage add:
3 drops of ethyl alcohol, brandy, or rubbing alcohol or 9 drops of commercial vanilla extract
and a small pinch of sea salt.
This will keep it fresh for several months, and refrigerate as well.
Exposure to light will ruin the solution, as with many extracts and infusions, so keep it in the dark
or in an amber or cobalt glass vial. If you cannot collect Rose Dew in this manner, substitute
rose water in your spells. Rose water can be readily purchased from most grocers, drug stores
or Mediterranean food markets.
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