ROOT WORK- ANOINTING OILS
From the ancient Jewish formula specified by Abramelin the Mage.
ADAM AND EVE OIL
A primal scent compounded for love-drawing and finding one's perfect mate.
Alleged to attract money, love, luck, success, or whatever you desire.
Used to bless a baby, for new ventures, new homes, and for healing.
To put an end to the confusion and unknowing; for insight and true vision
CUT AND CLEAR OIL
Used in rituals to rid yourself of any remaining link to an ex-lover or ex-partner; to break ties with the past.
DRAGON'S BLOOD OIL
For luck, protection, and to signify the sealing of a pact or promise.
FIERY WALL OF PROTECTION OIL
Said to protect one from all the harm that enemies can devise
For relief of sickness and sorrow; to mend emotional and physical problems
MONEY DRAWING OIL
Said to draw money in games of chance and in business
To increase your income and lead you to a better life. To continue existing money-luck
VAN VAN OIL
Used for opening the way. Also for dressing Mojo Bags; increases the power of amulets. (This oil is especially popular to anoint a Rabbit Foot Charm, which we sell.)
Advisory Guidelines For Harnessing the Energy of Magic
Focus: Only on what you want
Specificity: Clear statements of one’s intended outcome
Openness: staying open to possibilities
Communication: Magic; belief that all things are alive and conscious
Trust: “set it and forget it” Trust in the process and not succumb to second guessing The outcome of the work
Action: We must take action
Serendipity: Trust in the flow
Signs and omens: be aware of coincidences and synchronicities
Anointing or dressing your candle
Dress your candle with an appropriate anointing oil or a combination of two or more oils. These usually come in ½ ounce bottles or if you have a larger practice or a candle ministry, order the 4 ounce custom blend sets.
-Dress freestanding candles upward to draw and downward to repel or dress them both ways from the middle to magnetize them.
-Dress double action candles both ways from the middle.
-Dress figural candles as if they were the figure they represent
-Try the old-school method of sprinkling oiled candles with sachet powder or crushed herbs selected for their specific spiritual powers.
-dress glass etched candles by poking holes or engraving a name or symbol in the wax then drizzling in a few drops of oil. Top with herbs and glitter, though use care; too much oil will drown the wick and too many herbs may lead to the entire top surface catching on fire, a hazard that may also result in a black, city burn and a negative candle divination.