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Magickal Correspondences, Lesson 3

October, 2010

This lesson brings us to the most exciting crystals, plants and fungus correspondences; this again coincides with your BOS, providing you with a brilliant start in nature magick..

Crystal correspondences

Crystals are utilized frequently when creating magick; they can be used individually, in a spell sachet, perhaps an elixir for example, so many ways to use a crystal!!!  All in all though, you will find yourself needing crystals at some stage of your magickal life…

Crystals and the Zodiac

  • Aquarius: Hematite, Amethyst, Amber
  • Pisces: Amethyst, Opal, Bloodstone, Coral, Aquamarine, Fire Opal
  • Aries: Fire Agate, Aquamarine, Bloodstone, Citrine, Diamond, Emerald, Jade
  • Taurus: Carnelian, Diamond, Blue Tourmaline, Chrysocolla, Rose Quartz
  • Gemini: Rutilated Quartz, Aquamarine, Blue Sapphire, Emerald, Jade, Pearl
  • Cancer: Moonstone, Ruby, Carnelian, Opal, Fire Opal
  • Leo: Citrine, Amber, Garnet, Jasper, Carnelian, Diamond
  • Virgo: Smoky Quartz, Watermelon Tourmaline, Amethyst, Moss Agate, Geodes
  • Libra: Rose Quartz, Tourmaline, Bloodstone, Citrine, Jade, Moonstone, Opal
  • Scorpio: Turquoise, Moldavite, Malachite, Moonstone, Opal, Peridot, Ruby
  • Sagittarius: Lapis Lazuli, Obsidian, Topaz, Azurite, Chalcedony, Smoky Quartz, Turquoise
  • Capricorn: Tiger-Eye, Jade, Black Tourmaline, Green Tourmaline, Garnet, Smoky Quartz

Metaphysical Properties of Crystals

  • Agate: Balances ying-yang energy and stabilizes the aura. Imparts strength and courage. Opens one to innate creative talents.
  • Amber: Purifies body, mind, and spirit. Balances electromagnetic of the body and allows even flow of energies. Provides a positive, soothing energy. Spiritualizes the intellect.
  • Amethyst: Calming energy. Encourages spirituality and contentment. Stone of stability, strength, and peace. Excellent for meditation. Enhances psychic ability.
  • Aventurine: Independence, leadership, creativity. Balances male and female energies. Aligns intellectual, physical, emotional, and etheric bodies.
  • Aquamarine: Courage, intellect, protection. Assists spiritual awareness and actualization.
  • Azurite: Awakens psychic ability, insight, and intuition. Opens the third eye. Excellent for clearing the mind for meditation.
  • Amazonite: Balancing energy, harmony, and fosters Universal love.
  • Bloodstone: Bloodstone imparts strength, courage, and the self-confidence needed to succeed in business and legal affairs. Attracts wealth, sexual potency, insures victory.
  • Calcite: Energy amplifier, excellent for clearing and cleansing.
  • Carnelian: Carnelian is a healing stone that counteracts feelings of apathy, fear and rage. Fosters peace within and without, imparts self-confidence, and inspired verbal and written communication.
  • Celestite: Excellent stone for dream recall and astral travel.
  • Chrysocolla: Strength and balance. Promotes harmony and attunement to the Earth. Purifies one’s environment.
  • Citrine: Dissipates negative energy.  Encourages warmth, joy, and optimism.
  • Diamond: Purity, perfection, abundance, and inspiration.
  • Emerald: Loyalty, sensitivity, harmony, and tranquillity. Assists in memory retention and mental clarity.
  • Fluorite: Stability, order, discernment, and concentration. Helps one to understand and maintain ideals.
  • Fuchsite: Fosters loyalty, emotional sensitivity, harmony, and tranquillity. Assists in memory retention and mental clarity. Attracts balance, abundance and prosperity.
  • Garnet: Commitment, devotion, love, stability and order. Even flow of energy.
  • Hematite: Excellent for the mind, and grounding.
  • Jade: Harmony, peace, fidelity, confidence. A great dream stone.
  • Jasper: Protection, awareness, insight, and grounding.
  • Kunzite: Communication, love and peace. Protects and dissolves negativity. Excellent for meditation.
  • Kyanite: Never needs cleaning or clearing, aligns all chakras. Tranquillity, communication, and psychic awareness. Excellent for meditation and dream recall.
  • Labradorite: Represents the light of the Universe, extra-terrestrial energy. Intuition and illumination.
  • Lapis Lazuli: Knowledge, wisdom, perfection, protection, and creative expression.
  • Lepidolite: Honesty, stability, hope, acceptance. Assists in change and transition. Facilitates astral travel.
  • Lodestone: Lodestones are natural magnets, and for many centuries, have been used to charge spell items, primarily to attract things to the one using them- good luck, healing, money, love.
  • Malachite: Transformation and spiritual development. Clears the way to attain goals.
  • Moldavite: Clarity and eternity. Extra-terrestrial and inter-dimensional access.
  • Moonstone: Lunar female energy. Emotional and intuitive. Rhythms, cycles, and destiny.
  • Obsidian: Dispels negativity. Grounding, healing, protective. Helps one to clearly see one’s flaws and the changes that are necessary.
  • Onyx: Centring, self-control, and intuitive guidance. Assists in the grieving process.
  • Opal: Creativity, inspiration, and imagination.
  • Peridot: Healing and protective. Allows one to understand changes in one’s life, regulates life cycles.
  • Petrified Wood: Grounding provides strength. Stone of transformation.
  • Pyrite: Shields from negative energy, good stone of protection. Enhances intellect and memory. Symbol of the sun.
  • Clear Quartz: Universal crystal, clarity of consciousness. The quartz crystal can be programmed to help clear away negative energy from the aura and re-align the chakra energy centres of the body.
  • Rhodochrosite: Love energy. Excellent stone for balance in all areas.
  • Rose Quartz: Empowers and attracts the energies of love, happiness and peace. Encourages healing on all levels.
  • Ruby: Love, nurturing, spirituality, wealth, and protection.
  • Ruby Zoisite: Facilitates trance states and a connection to the divine. Good for facilitating communication with angels and Divine Beings. Deepens an understanding of the esoteric and unseen.
  • Rutilated Quartz: Intensifies energy. Stimulates the brain. Inspiration and clairvoyance.
  • Sapphire: Beauty and prosperity.
  • Shiva Lingam: Said to contain the loftiest vibration of all stones on Earth. They emanate a vibration that will purify your temple or home. The stone represents both the male energy of knowledge & the female energy of wisdom.
  • Smoky Quartz: Dissolves negativity, grounding, and balancing. Excellent for meditation.
  • Sodalite: Logic, efficiency, and truthfulness. Enhances group communication.
  • Sugilite: Spiritual love, perfection, inspiration, confidence. Alleviates negative/destructive emotions.
  • Tiger-eye: Earthy, grounding. Represents sun and earth. Optimism, insight, personal power.
  • Topaz: Success, true love, individuality, creativity, and joy.
  • Tourmaline: Inspiration, understanding, self-confidence, balancing.
  • Tourmalated Quartz: Strength and balancing. Combines attributes of tourmaline and quartz.
  • Turquoise: Spiritual attunement, strength, and grounding. Excellent for astral travel.
  • Zircon: Virtue, unification, continuity, and purity.

Chakra Crystals

Each chakra has a colour, and different gemstones and crystals can be associated with these.

  • The ROOT CHAKRA’S colour is red; other colours associated with the Root Chakra are black brown, and Gray. Gemstones like garnet onyx and red jasper are beneficial.
  • The NAVEL CHAKRA’S colour is orange. Gemstones like carnelian and orange calcite help to bring the system into balance.
  • The SOLAR PLEXUS CHAKRA’S colour is yellow. Gemstones like Citrine and yellow sapphire are used.
  • The HEART CHAKRA’S colour is green and the secondary colour is pink. Gemstones like rose quartz or green tourmaline are useful.
  • The THROAT CHAKRA’S colour is blue like aqua or turquoise, secondary colours are various shades of lighter blues. Gemstones like turquoise or blue lace agate balance this chakra.
  • The BROW CHAKRA’S colour is indigo or shades of dark blue. Gemstones like lapis lazuli or Sodalite compliment this area.
  • The CROWN CHAKRA’S colour is purple; the secondary colour is clear or white. Gemstones like amethyst or clear quartz are perfect.

**** See what crystals you can add to the above Chakra list… As well as topping up the top two lists..

Magickal herbs & Plants/ Flowers

Ahhhhh here we find ourselves surrounded by the magicks of Mother Nature at her best J Herbs, plants and flowers are something that magickal people use for many things including charms & sachets, incense, baths, oils, teas, wish boxes oh and the list goes on my friends J Our herb list however finds us with a tad more homework than usual as i am going to ask you to find the ruling planet, element, botanical name, alternate names, deities and extra properties for each herb.. You will also find many more herbs to add to your list as the years go by… I am continuously adding to mine J

  • ABRUS SEEDS (LADY BUG BEAN, CRAB’S EYE, PRECATORY PEA, JEQUIRITY)- Use in Magic: A small red and black legume often carried in magic amulets for good luck.
  • ACACIA LEAF- Use in Magic: Symbolizes the afterlife; the leaves are burned on charcoal to develop personal power.
  • ALOES POWDER (BITTER ALOES) –Use in Magic: Used in a graveyard bottle spell to silence the lips of those who speak evil lies.
  • AGRIMONY-   Use in Magic: One of the few magic herbs believed to reverse a jinx, curse, or hex after it has been put on you.
  • ALFALFA  – Use in Magic: Kept in the home to protect against poverty; carried to the bank when you ask for a loan.
  • ALKANET ROOT  – Use in Magic: Ends the work of those who try to trouble your money matters or jinx your gambling luck.
  • ALLSPICE BERRIES, GROUND – Use in Magic: Much used in magical spells prosperity, success, luck, and money gained through business ventures.
  • ALLSPICE BERRIES, WHOLE – Use in Magic: Much used in magical spells prosperity, success, luck, and money gained through business ventures.
  • ALTHAEA LEAVES  – Use in Magic: To attract benevolent spirits to the home, to increase psychic ability, to heal and soothe.
  • ALTHAEA ROOT – Use in Magic: To attract benevolent spirits to the home, to find treasure through psychic gifts.
  • ANGELICA Use in Magic: Enhances female magical power and strength, protects children.
  • ANISE SEED -Use in Magic: A magick herb used to ward off the Evil Eye and also to increase personal psychic abilities.
  • ARROW ROOT POWDER – Use in Magic: An old-time hand-dusting powder for gambling luck; combine with lucky Sachet Powders.
  • ASAFOETIDA – Use in Magic: Said to keep off diseases, evil spells, conjure work, and interfering law officers.
  • ASPAND – Use in Magic: Used in ancient Zoroastrian and Muslim spiritual rites to protect from the evil eye.
  • BALM OF GILEAD – Use in Magic: Comforts those who have lost in love, encourages the reconciliation of estranged lovers.
  • BARBERRY – Use in Magic: Sprinkled in the paths of your enemies to bar their way and stop them following you.
  • BASIL – Use in Magic: A magickal herb for money and success, happy family, and Peaceful home; drives away the Evil Eye.
  • BAY LEAF – Use in Magic: For protection and to avoid being jinxed, especially if you are doing a job on someone else.
  • BAYBERRY ROOT  – Use in Magic: Sprinkled on the money in your wallet to attract more money and good fortune to you.
  • BISTORT WEED- Use in Magic: For luck and money; to protect against snakes and false friends
  • BLACKBERRY LEAF – Use in Magic: Used to remove evil spirits from a home and to return evil to a person doing you harm.
  • BLACK SNAKE ROOT (BLACK COHOSH ROOT)Use in Magic: Provides magical protection and strengthens those who are weak, timid, afraid, or shy.
  • BLESSED THISTLE – Use in Magic: Brewed into a magick herbal tea, which is sprinkled around the home for protection from evil.
  • BLOOD ROOT – Use in Magic: Strengthens family relations where “blood” ties bind you but respect is sometimes lacking.
  • BLUE COHOSH ROOT – Use in Magic: Used to protect people and places from evil; used by Native Americans to protect children.
  • BOLDO LEAF – Use in Magic: Said to repel and keep away evil spirits, bad customers, unruly people, and even diseases
  • BONESET (WHITE SNAKE ROOT) LEAFUse in Magic: A famous magick herb that opposes unnatural illness and wards off snakes.
  • BORAGE FLOWERS – Use in Magic: For peace in the home, tranquillity in the family, and calm in domestic relationships.
  • BROOM STRAWS – Use in Magic: To drive away witches and unwanted visitors; for magical protection from evil.
  • BUCKEYE NUT, WHOLE – Use in Magic: Said to prevent rheumatism, arthritis, and headache, and to enhance male vigour.
  • BURDOCK ROOT – Use in Magic: A cleansing, protective, and uncrossing magic herb, said to restore male nature.
  • CALAMUS ROOT CHIPS – Use in Magic: Strong for winning in court and powerful to induce prophetic lucky number dreams.
  • CALENDULA FLOWERS – Use in Magic: Strong for winning in court and powerful to induce prophetic lucky number dreams.
  • CARAWAY SEED – Use in Magic: Believed to provide protection and to keep young children safe from illness and harm.
  • CARDAMOM SEED – Use in Magic: Used in magic spells intended to bring about lust, passion, and love in one not your mate
  • CASCARA SAGRADA BARK CHIPS – Use in Magic: Said to bring good luck and especially to help you win in court cases.
  • CATNIP – Use in Magic: Used to captivate your lover with your special ways and to capture his or her heart.
  • CEDAR WOOD CHIPS – Use in Magic: Used to draw a two-armed cross on the ground to peacefully cause an unwanted person to move.
  • CELANDINE – Use in Magic: Said to keep off witches and law officers; helps one win in court by confusing opponents.
  • CELERY SEED – Use in Magic: Believed by many to enhance latent psychic powers and to bring on prophetic dreams.
  • CHAMOMILE FLOWERS – Use in Magic: A magical herb used in gambling spells and washes, and also for uncrossing.
  • CHANEY ROOT – Use in Magic: Said to grant health, happiness and prolong life.
  • CHERRY BARK – Use in Magic: Said to be efficacious in matters of love, romance, sexual attraction, and conjugal relations.
  • CHIA SEED – Use in Magic: To stop gossip and backbiting; may be added to Slippery Elm Bark for this purpose.
  • CINNAMON  – Use in Magic: Believed to rapidly attract luck, money, and love; also for purification and protection.
  • CLOVER FLOWERS, RED – Use in Magic: Used in love-magic, for a prosperous marriage, and to insure conjugal felicity.
  • CLOVER FLOWERS, WHITE – Use in Magic: A magick herb used for personal purification and to drive away evil influences.
  • CLOVES, whole – Use in Magic: Said to attract good luck to your home, to stop gossip, and to help sustain friendships.
  • COLTSFOOT HERB – Use in Magic: Burned with other magic herbs to aid psychic visions; removes sickness and mental problems.
  • COMFREY LEAF – Use in Magic: Helps you hold onto the money you have or the money that you win while gambling.
  • COMFREY ROOT – Use in Magic: Carried for safety and good health while travelling or when away from home.
  • CORIANDER SEEDS – Use in Magic: To draw love to you, to stimulate passion, and to keep your lover faithful to you.
  • COREOPSIS FLOWERS – Use in Magic: Golden coin-shaped dried flowers are used in gambling and money-luck baths and spells.
  • COUCH GRASS- Use in Magic: Used in binding spells, both for love-magic and for evil purposes.
  • CUBEB BERRIES – Use in Magic: Used to control a lover and to increase sexual heat; will also help you meet a new mate.
  • CUMIN SEEDS – Use in Magic: Believed to keep evil and bad luck away from your home, to keep your lover faithful.
  • DAMIANA – Use in Magic: Used to draw a new lover, to intensify sexual passion, or to bring back a straying lover.
  • DANDELION ROOT- Use in Magic: Drunk as herb tea or carried in a bag to enhance psychic dreams and second sight.
  • DEER’S TONGUE – Use in Magic: Used to get someone to love you, to obtain a proposal of marriage, also for court cases.
  • DEVIL POD (BAT NUT) – Use in Magic: For strong protection from evil; also used as an offering to dark forces.
  • DEVIL’S SHOE STRINGS – Use in Magic: For protection from crossing and gossip, for gambling luck, for job getting.
  • DILL LEAF – Use in Magic: For folks crossed or jinxed in love, and for men who have had their nature taken away.
  • DILL SEED – Use in Magic: To make you irresistible to the one you desire, and also to help you win in court.
  • DITTANY OF CRETE – Use in Magic: Fed to the one you love to promote desire; burned to bring a vision of your future mate.
  • DRAGON’S BLOOD – Use in Magic: A magical plant resin carried for good luck, for making magic pacts, and to attract riches.
  • ELDER FLOWERS – Use in Magic: Sprinkled around property or carried for protection from criminals and from the law.
  • ELECAMPANE – Use in Magic: A famous magical love herb; one of the three ingredients in Medieval True Love Powder.
  • EUCALYPTUS – Use in Magic: To drive away pestiferous people and also for personal cleansing after contact with evil.
  • FENNEL SEEDS – Use in Magic: For protection, to keep the law away, to strengthen a women’s courage, to prevent curses.
  • FENUGREEK SEED – Use in Magic: Carried with your money for prosperity, increase in wages, lucky money finding, and wealth.
  • FERN – Use in Magic: Used to prevent jinxes, to remove evil spirits from the home, to help ward off burglars.
  • FEVERFEW – Use in Magic: A magic herb carried by clumsy or accident-prone people to protect them from harm.
  • FIVE FINGER GRASS – Use in Magic: For success in all the things that five fingers can do, to get others to do you favours.
  • FLAX SEED – Use in Magic: Used to increase psychic abilities and mental powers, and for protection of children.
  • GARLIC CLOVES- Use in Magic: Protective, powerful, and edible; used in cooking and to repel all manner of evil.
  • GENTIAN ROOT CHIPS – Use in Magic: A love-drawing herb; carried in a conjure bag with the name of the one you desire.
  • GINGER ROOT – Use in Magic: Fiery protection from evil magic; also heats up love affairs and sexuality.
  • GINSENG ROOT – Use in Magic: For male vigour and nature, good luck in gambling, and to control your mate.
  • GOLDEN SEAL ROOT THREADS – Use in Magic: A magic herb used by those who seek wisdom, strength, and beauty, also better health.
  • GRAINS OF PARADISE – Use in Magic: For good luck, protection of the house, to get a job, and to make wishes come true.
  • GRAVEL ROOT CHIPS – Use in Magic: Carried when looking for a new job or when asking your boss for a raise or benefits.
  • HAWTHORN BERRIES, WHOLE – Use in Magic: Sprinkle around the home to keep another person from trying to become your spouse’s lover.
  • HOLLY LEAVES – Use in Magic: For magic spells of protection of the home, to invite helpful spirits into the household.
  • HONEYSUCKLE FLOWERS – Use in Magic: A twining vine with sweet-smelling flowers, it is used to entangle and tie a lover to you.
  • HOPS FLOWERS – Use in Magic: Aids peaceful sleep when placed in the pillow; ends nightmares, brings beneficial dreams.
  • HOREHOUND – Use in Magic: Said to keep off wild animals and packs of dogs around the home; medical aid for coughs.
  • HUCKLEBERRY LEAVES – Use in Magic: Said to make your dreams come true; used by gamblers to produce lucky number dreams.
  • HYSSOP – Use in Magic: A purification herb, for home cleansing, to put an end to crossed conditions, to take off a jinx.
  • IRISH MOSS- Use in Magic: To bring continuous good luck and a steady flow of money in business and gambling.
  • JASMINE FLOWERS- Use in Magic: Said to aid in the reception of psychic dreams and to enhance the power of love herb mixtures.
  • JEZEBEL ROOT- Use in Magic: Attracts men with money; also used in the famous curse of Jezebel against enemies.
  • JOB’S TEARS – Use in Magic: Seven seeds used in a special seven-day magic spell to grant an important wish.
  • JOHN THE CONQUEROR- Use in Magic: For use in luck-magic spells and for making your own John the Conquer dressing oil
  • JUNIPER BERRIES – Use in Magic: To increase virility in men, enhance sensuality in women, and to attract physical love.
  • KNOT WEED -Use in Magic: To bind, restrict or control a person’s movements; to symbolically tie things down.
  • LAVENDER FLOWERS – Use in Magic: To promote passion, romance, harmony, friendship, and cooperation with a lover.
  • LEMON LEAVES – Use in Magic: For “cut-and-clear” spells to remove old conditions and open the way to draw a new lover.
  • LEMON GRASS LEAVES – Use in Magic: For protection and to increase the power of all amulets; also for a good sexual time.
  • LEMON MINT (BERGAMOT MINT) – Use in Magic: To break up bad conditions and promote health; to draw a new lover.
  • LEMON VERBENA – Use in Magic: To magically break up or cause discord and strife between two people.
  • LICORICE ROOT SLICES – Use in Magic: To gain power over others and control them; also to change someone’s mind.
  • LIFE EVERLASTING, YELLOW – Use in Magic: Brewed into an herbal tea that is drunk daily for longer life.
  • LITTLE JOHN (GALANGAL) ROOT- Use in Magic: Chew and spit this famous magic root to win in court.
  • LOTUS ROOT  – Use in Magic: Used in Lunar magical workings, for love, and for protection.
  • LOVAGE ROOT – Use in Magic: To attract a lover of the opposite gender for romance and sexual passion.
  • MAGNOLIA LEAVES – Use in Magic: Placed under the mattress for marital happiness, fidelity, and mutual sexual attraction.
  • MANDRAKE ROOT – Use in Magic: A famous root used by conjurers to create love-dolls and also for money-drawing magic.
  • MARJORAM – Use in Magic: To drive off those who would harm your family; to protect home or business from jinxes.
  • MASTER OF THE WOODS – Use in Magic: For mastery, strength, and control over adversaries, also used to prepare healing oil.
  • MASTER ROOT -Use in Magic: A power-enhancing herb for protection
  • MILKWORT- Use in Magic: A magic herb to protect from liars, false friends, backbiters, and “snakes in the grass.” psychism, luck, and to command respect from all.
  • MINT – Use in Magic: An herb said to break hoodoo spells and jinxes and to gain mental strength during times of difficulty.
  • MISTLETOE – Use in Magic: Sacred herb of the Druids; one of the three ingredients in Medieval True Love Powder.
  • MOJO BEAN – Use in Magic: Carried for luck; used in magic spells to make wishes come true.
  • MOTHERWORT HERB – Use in Magic: For the magical protection of women and children; to bring peace to the home and family.
  • MUGWORT (ARTEMISIA) HERB – Use in Magic: Burned and inhaled for psychic abilities, made into tea to wash amulets and crystals.
  • MULLEIN  – Use in Magic: Used in “dark arts” spells and conjurations; burned with incense when raising spirits.
  • MUSTARD SEED, BLACK (BROWN) – Use in Magic: To disrupt the activities of unwanted associates or troublesome, meddling people.
  • MUSTARD SEED, WHITE (YELLOW) – Use in Magic: A symbol of faith, carried for protection and to keep trouble away.
  • NETTLE – Use in Magic: A strong jinx-breaker herb when used as a sprinkle or brewed and drunk as a tea.
  • NUTMEG, WHOLE – Use in Magic: A most powerful lucky charm is made from it by gamblers to bring in the winnings.
  • OREGANO – Use in Magic: A magical herb said to keep the law away; also used to keep troublesome in-laws away.
  • ORRIS ROOT – Use in Magic: A famous hoodoo root used to attract men and to cause them to love you.
  • PASSION FLOWER HERB – Use in Magic: Symbolic of clinging love and of the crucifixion; brings peace and blessings to the home.
  • PATCHOULI LEAF – Use in Magic: Used in both love-drawing and money-drawing magic rites, and to break jinxes.
  • PEACH TREE LEAF – Use in Magic: An herb used to help students pass tests and to increase studious concentration.
  • PENNYROYAL HERB – Use in Magic: To keep peace in the home, end family troubles, and help solve marital problems.
  • PEONY ROOT – Use in Magic: To protect against misfortune, bolster health, break jinxes, and draw good fortune.
  • PEPPER, BLACK – Use in Magic: To get rid of evil or to cast evil onto someone; to make someone move out of your way.
  • PEPPER, RED – Use in Magic: To make problems for someone, cause a break-up, make them move out; also for cleansing.
  • PERIWINKLE – Use in Magic: Placed under the mattress for love; carried to attract money and to dispel the Evil Eye.
  • PINE NEEDLES – Use in Magic: A spiritual cleanser, draws steady money, drives out spirits, and removes mental negativity.
  • PLANTAIN LEAF – Use in Magic: A magick herb that is said to protect one against snakes and also against thieves.
  • POPPY FLOWERS – Use in Magic: To induce psychic dreams and visions while you sleep; to confuse someone for love.
  • POPPY SEEDS – Use in Magic: Used in magic spells to confuse someone; also used to dominate and morally weaken enemies.
  • QUASSIA (BITTER ROOT)- Use in Magic: Used in controlling and domination spells to replace or augment the hair of the target.
  • RASPBERRY LEAVES -Use in Magic: Used in an herbal spiritual bath by women so that their men will not want to wander.
  • ROSE BUDS – Use in Magic: For conjugal love; combined with lavender and red clover tops in love-drawing spells.
  • ROSE PETALS  – Use in Magic: For good luck in love; also to remove any kind of love-jinxing someone has done to you.
  • ROSEMARY – Use in Magic: Protects against evil, cleanses, ensures fidelity; gives woman domination in the home.
  • RUE – Use in Magic: To break curses, hexes, or jinxes that have been cast upon you; to ward off the Evil Eye.
  • SAFFLOWER PETALS – Use in Magic: Burned for love by gay men; mixed with Sampson Snake Root to draw a dominant lover.
  • SAGE – Use in Magic: For wisdom, discernment, and decision-making; keeps off the Evil Eye; reverses magic spells.
  • SNAKE ROOT – Use in Magic: A root of power and strength, especially for men; used in making Jack-balls and mojos.
  • SARSAPARILLA  – Use in Magic: For health, to draw money, to bless a house, and to arouse sexual passion.
  • SASSAFRAS ROOT- Use in Magic: Carried in wallet near money, helps you control and make your money go further.
  • SELF HEAL (ALL-HEAL) LEAVES – Use in Magic: A magical herb believed to aid in matters of physical health and to cleanse the sick.
  • SENNA LEAF – Use in Magic: Used to draw love from someone unaware of your interest, also for faithful love.
  • SENNA PODS – Use in Magic: Mixed with other herbs to make a rinse water for laundry that keeps a lover faithful.
  • SKULLCAP HERB – Use in Magic: To encourage fidelity; also used to magically attract gifts of money.
  • SLIPPERY ELM BARK – Use in Magic: To stop all types of slander, gossip, and backbiting by strangers, neighbours, and family.
  • SOLOMON’S SEAL – Use in Magic: To increase wisdom and make wise decisions; for success; for protection.
  • SPANISH MOSS – Use in Magic: Strange, grey plant used to stuff poppet’s  and for enemy-work.
  • SPIKENARD – Use in Magic: A noted love-herb, mentioned in the Bible and often used love spells, oils, and incenses.
  • STAR ANISE – Use in Magic: Stops misfortunes, increases psychic power, brings back a lost love, increases good luck
  • SUMAC BERRY – Use in Magic: To be given a reduced sentence or fine in court cases; for making triple-strength Peace Water.
  • TANSY – Use in Magic: Said to protect against the police, DEA, or INS looking into one’s affairs.
  • THYME – Use in Magic: To make money grow and stay with you; to promote good health; to stop nightmares.
  • TOBACCO – Use in Magic: To win in court; to reach folks when you don’t know where they are.
  • TONKA BEAN (LOVE-WISHING BEAN) – Use in Magic: Whole beans in pod; used in magic spells to make love-wishes come true
  • VALERIAN ROOT – Use in Magic: Used in raising demonic spirits, making pacts, and casting evil spells.
  • VERBENA – Use in Magic: One of the three herbal ingredients in magical Medieval True Love Powder.
  • VIOLET LEAF – Use in Magic: Used in magic spells to heal a broken heart and to attract a new love to you.
  • VIOLET LEAF WHOLE – Use in Magic: Worn in the shoe to attract a new lover, bring back a lost love, or heal a broken heart.
  • WAHOO ROOT BARK  – Use in Magic: Used in a special magical rite of uncrossing, to take off jinxes and tricks.
  • WALNUT LEAF – Use in Magic: A herb that is used in hexing, jinxing, crossing, and break-up spells.
  • WALNUT – Use in Magic: Used in a magic spell to rid oneself of ties to the past, to remove obsessive love.
  • WHITE OAK BARK CHIPS – Use in Magic: Brewed into an herbal tea in which one bathes for purification, jinx-removal, and cleansing.
  • WILLOW LEAF – Use in Magic: Brewed into an herbal tea in which one bathes for purification, jinx-removal, and cleansing.
  • WINTERGREEN – Use in Magic: Draws money and good luck; aids in sexual matters; used to smoke gambling halls.
  • WOOD BETONY – Use in Magic: Protective against evil spirits and disease; burned with Agrimony to reverse jinxes.
  • WORMWOOD – Use in Magic: Protective magic herb prevents accidents; stimulates psychic visions and contact with spirits.
  • YARROW FLOWER -Use in Magic: Breaks curses, increases psychic power, and stimulates courage in dangerous situations.
  • YELLOW DOCK ROOT WHOLE – Use in Magic: Native Americans have preferred this root for the creation of effigy dolls for love.
  • YERBA SANTA – Use in Magic: The name means Holy herb; kept on altars as an offering; brewed into a cleansing herb tea.

*** This was collated and put together from information gathered @ http://herb-magic.com/ tis very simple and only has a small description for each herb… They have many more properties as you will discover when completing your homework’s J

Flower Properties/ correspondences

  • Acacia: Friendship
  • Amaryllis: Beauty, timidity, love and shyness
  • Anemone: Abandonment, forsakenness
  • Apple Blossom : Preference
  • Arbutus: Fidelity and true love
  • Aster: Variety
  • Bachelor’s Button: Hope and patience
  • Beech: Personal finances, money and gambling
  • Birch: Dreams, astral travel
  • Buttercup: Ambition, social matters and riches
  • Camellia: Gratitude
  • Red Carnation: Poor heart and forlorn
  • Pink Carnation: Deep love
  • Striped Carnation: Refusal
  • White Carnation: Purity
  • Cedar: Goals
  • Cherry: Intelligence
  • China Aster: Variety
  • Red Chrysanthemum: Love
  • White Chrysanthemum: Truth
  • Daisy: Swift movement, a decision
  • Daffodil: Unrequited love, high regards
  • Purple Lilac: First emotion of love, obsession
  • White Lilac: Youth and children
  • Pansy: Thoughts, reflection and memory
  • Lavender: Healing and faith
  • Ivy: Friendship
  • Pink Rose: Romantic love
  • Red Rose: Passion
  • White Rose: Silence

Ok little blossoms, that would be all for this month… I do not wish to overwhelm you J Please feel free to email me @ themagickbox1@gmail.com if you have any questions… I have now finished the relocation and am all sorted again… Internet is back on permanently so there should be no further delays… Much love magickal people x x