I had no idea pride was in september here. I missed it back in my hometown before I moved… I really didn’t feel like going. And I don’t think I really want to go here either. I’ve been such a hermit lately… and it works well in this city.
When blending oils in Wicca for magickal purposes, it is important to include numerology as a factor for the amount of drops to add. Lets say you have a blend for protection. Maybe it includes juniper, black pepper, and petitgrain. In a 2dram bottle, incorporate these numbers. 3 (Sacred to wicca, the threefold law, the triple goddess, and unity) 4 (the four elements, the square, solid, and strong) 5 (the pentagram, symbol of protection) or 9 (a supreme magick number used since ancient times in witchcraft and myticism, the result of three times three).
Juniper 5 drops, Black Pepper 4 drops, and Petitgrain 9 drops. One always has the freedom to design their blend to their desired smell and strength. However by incorporating numerology it will help to strengthen and fortify the blend to better its power and effectiveness. There are many books on numerology, and often in books of wicca it will also discuss the importance of numbers within magick.
A tea to expel parasites from the intestines, relieve stomach pains, and provide wellbeing.
1 part Passionflower, 1 part Sage, 1 part Blue Cohosh, 1 part Wormwood, 1/2 part Larkspur, and a few drops bergamot essential oil.
Blend the ingrediants in the following order, empowering each herb as you add. Visualise the plants with white light, that will expel any harm within your body. This tea has vermifuge, taenicide, anthelmintic, and tonic qualities. The wormwood can be overpowering, but the bergamot essential oil will help to flavour the tea and give it a good aroma. Let steep for 4 minutes. The tea should be an earthy green colour. The tea will make you eventually have to relieve yourself, providing a cleansing effect while doing so, expelling any parasites or worms within.