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    Wheel of The Year

    ✧ Yule (December 20th-23rd)
    General meanings: winter solstice, new beginnings, re
    birth
    Crystals - Bloodstone, Clear Quartz, Emerald, Ruby, Garnet, Diamond
    Animals - Bear, Boar, Deer, Eagle, Owl, Tiger, Wren
    Herbs - Chamomile, Ivy, Mistletoe, Peppermint, Rosemary, Sage, Cedar, Cinnamon, Cloves, Frankincense, Juniper, Myrrh, Orange
    Deities - Odin, Ra, Isis, Brighid, Demeter, Gaea, Diana, Mithra, Lugh

    ✧Imbolc (February 2nd✧
    General meanings: candlemas, hearth,
    and home
    Crystals - Amethyst, Bloodstone, Garnet, Onyx, Ruby, Turquoise
    Animals - Burrowing Animals, Bear, Deer, Groundhog, Lamb, Sheep
    Herbs - Acorns, Angelica, Basil, Bay, Blackberry, Chamomile, Crocus, Jasmine, Lavender, Rosemary
    Colors - Green, Brown, Red, White, Pink, Yellow
    Deities - Brigid, Triple Goddess, Eros, Osiris, Pan, Herne, Aradia, Athena

    ✧Ostara (March 20th-23rd)✧
    General meanings: spring equinox, renewa
    l and duality
    Crystals - Amethyst, Aquamarine, Clear Quartz, Agate, Jasper, Moonstone, Rose Quartz
    Animals - Butterfly, Chick, Rabbit, Lamb, Robin, Worm
    Herbs - Clover, Daffodil, Honeysuckle, Iris, Jasmine, Lemon Balm, Lilac, Lilies, Mint, Peonies, Tulips, Sandalwood, Tangerine, Ylang-Ylang, Geranium
    Colors - Pastels, Gold, Light Green, Blue, Pink, Yellow
    Deities - Eostre, Astarte, Aurora, Kore, Osiris, Dionysus, Ares, Adonis, Venus, Aphrodite, and Narcissus

    ✧Beltane (May 1st)✧
    General meanings: may day, lov
    e, and fertility
    Crystals - Emerald, Garnet, Malachite, Rose Quartz, Tourmaline
    Animals - Bee, Cat, Cattle, Dove, Frog, Goat, Leopard, Rabbit, Swallow, Swan
    Herbs - Coriander, Crocus, Curry, Daffodil, Dandelion, Dragon’s Blood, Fern, Flaxseed, Hawthorn, Nettle, Paprika, Primrose, Snapdragon, Peach, Rose, Vanilla
    Colors - Bright Greens and Blues, Purples, Yellow and Red
    Deities - Bel, Pan, Maeve, Tanit, Flora, Gaia, Danu, Herne, Aphrodite, Artemis, Brigid, and Diana

    Litha (20th-23rd)✧
    General meanings: summer solsti
    ce, warmth, and the sun
    Crystals - Amber, Carnelian, Citrine, Diamond, Jade, Lapis Lazuli, Tiger’s Eye
    Animals - Bee, Butterfly, Cattle, Horse, Robin, Sea Creatures, Snake, Bird
    Herbs - Basil, Calendula, Chamomile, Heather, Heather, Mugwort, Wild Thyme, Peony, Roses, Daisy, Sunflower, St. John’s Wort, Cedar, Clove, Lavender, Mint, Pine, Sage
    Colors - Blue, Gold, Red, White, Yellow, and Green
    Deities - Aphrodite, Astarte, Freya, Hathor, Ishtar, Venus, Athena, Artemis, Dana Kali, Isis, Juno, Apollo, Helios, Ra, Sol, Zeus, Prometheus, and Ares

    ✧Lammas (August 1st)✧
    General meanings: first harve
    st, abundance, and gratefulness
    Crystals - Citrine, Golden Topaz, Lodestone, Moss Agate, Obsidian, Peridot, Aventurine
    Animals - Calf, Pig, Rooster, Salmon, Crow
    Herbs - Apple Leaf, Basil, Clover, Goldenrod, Heather, Ivy, Marigold, Peony, Poppy, Rose, Rosemary, Vervain, Sunflower, Sandalwood, Frankincense
    Colors - Bronze, Green, Gold, Light Brown, Orange, and Yellow
    Deities - Lugh, Demeter, Ceres, Corn Mother, and John Barleycorn

    ✧Mabon (September 20th-23rd)✧
    General meanings
    : autumn equinox, feast, and bounty
    Crystals - Amber, Citrine, Cat’s Eye, Lapis Lazuli, Sapphire, Yellow Agate
    Animals - Eagle, Blackbird, Owl, Salmon, Stag, Wild Goose, Wolf
    Herbs - Bittersweet, Chamomile, Marigold, Rue, Sage, Yarrow, Cinnamon, Myrrh, Frankincense
    Colors - Brown, Gold, Orange, Red, Yellow, and Green
    Deities - Mabon, Inanna, Demeter, Persephone, and The Horned God

    ✧Samhain (October 31st)✧
    General
    meanings: new year, spirit, and potential
    Crystals - Aquamarine, Bloodstone, Carnelian, Jet, Obsidian, Onyx, Smokey Quartz
    Animals - Bat, Black Cat, Cat, Owl, Raven, Crow
    Herbs - Allspice, Calendula, Chrysanthemum, Deadly Nightshade, Mandrake, Mint, Nutmeg, Rosemary, Sage, Thistle, Wormwood, Hazel, Benzoin, Sweetgrass
    Colors - Black, Gold, Orange, Purple, White, and Silver
    Deities - Crone Goddesses, Hekate, Hel, Lilith, Kali, Ishtar, Arianrhod,
    Rhiannon, Persephone, Baba Yaga, and Isis

    magicamongthestars

    Grimoire Ideas📖✨

       since i’m starting to work on getting my own Grimoire better organized and figuring out what i think fits best in it for me, i feel like i should log some ideas that have helped me in my journey in hopes that it could help someone else just starting out. but just remember that your Grimoire is your own and personal to you and you alone so you don’t need to put everything in if it doesn’t vibe well with you or doesn’t fit into your craft. your book should hold things that are personal to you and your craft and what you believe and you don’t need to have every bit of knowledge in your book.

    ✏️ an index/table of contents
    ✏️ a blessing
    ✏️ a protection sigil and/or spell to keep from wondering eyes
    ✏️ your personal creed or rede/the wiccan rede(if you’re wiccan)
    ✏️ personal goals/13 goals of a witch
    ✏️ personal correspondences/things personal to you
    ✏️ your beliefs
    ✏️ your daily rituals
    ✏️ the different types of magic
    ✏️ the different types of divination
    ✏️ any gods, goddesses, deities, or spirits you worship/follow 
    ✏️ information on any gods, goddesses, deities, or spirits
    ✏️ crystals 》 meanings 》uses 》correspondences
    ✏️ plants/tress/flowers 》 meanings 》uses 》correspondences
    ✏️ herbs 》 meanings 》uses 》correspondences
    ✏️ essential oils 》 meanings 》uses 》correspondences
    ✏️ incense 》 meanings 》uses 》correspondences
    ✏️ candles 》 meanings 》uses 》correspondences
    ✏️ chakras
    》meanings 》uses 》correspondences
    ✏️ auras 》meanings 》uses 》correspondences
    ✏️ elements(earth, fire, air, water) 》meanings 》uses 》correspondences
    ✏️ runes 》meanings 》uses 》correspondences
    ✏️ magical symbols 》meanings 》uses 》correspondences
    ✏️ feathers 》meanings 》uses 》correspondences
    ✏️ crystal grid
    ✏️ pendulum board
    ✏️ sigils 》how to make them 》how they work 》how to charge
    ✏️ moon phases 》correspondences 》what they’re good 》what the mean 
    ✏️ moon phase calendar(preferable something that can be removed or changed easily)  
    ✏️ magical times 》hour 》day 》week 》month
    ✏️ moon water
    ✏️ sun water
    ✏️ zodiac 》correspondences 》dates 》characteristics 
    ✏️ mythology of your heritage/culture and/or area
    ✏️ mythologies of interest
    ✏️ mythological creatures
    ✏️ star chart
    ✏️ constellations
    ✏️ celestial events
    ✏️ planets/celestial bodies 》meanings 》uses 》correspondences 》mythology 》relation to magic
    ✏️ cheat sheets
    ✏️ tips/reminders
    ✏️ spirit works
    ✏️ basic concepts 》banishing 》binding 》cleansing 》grounding 》ect.
    ✏️ altars 》what they are 》what they’re used for 》what you need 》basic set up 》plans
    ✏️ familiars
    ✏️ tools in your practice
    ✏️ spirit work
    ✏️ spirits
    ✏️ personal/family traditions
    ✏️ animals 》which animals you connect with 》spiritual powers of animals
    ✏️ spirits guides
    ✏️ sabbats 》solstice 》equinox
    ✏️ recipes 》spells 》potions 》teas 》cleaning products 》natural remedies 》powders 》oils 》beauty 》 body scrubs 》ect.
    ✏️ spells 》self love 》curses 》hexes 》protection 》banishing 》ect.
    ✏️ tea 》meanings 》uses 》correspondences 》spells 》recipes
    ✏️ rituals
    ✏️ visuals 》drawings 》pressed flowers/herbs/plants 》photos
    ✏️ meditation
    ✏️ a secret code or alphabet 
    ✏️ gardening
    ✏️ list of words and phrases
    ✏️ books 》ones you reference & find helpful
    ✏️ experiences 》spell work 》divination 》spirit work 》banishing 》tarot readings 》ect.
    ✏️ spiritual diary
    ✏️ magical diary
    ✏️ dream log
    ✏️ spell log
    ✏️ anything else you want! literally! it’s your book and its always good to customize it to you! if you feel like it should be in your book, then go ahead and put it in your book because that’s what makes it special!

                ***correspondences =things such as 》elements, colors, symbolism, planets, astrology, anatomy, ect. really anything else important tied to something.

       obviously you can pick and choose whatever works best for yourself and your craft, and i don’t even have some of these in my own book but still thought they would be helpful to include for witches like me who are just starting out who need ideas of what their books can hold! i’ll probably start posting more about my grimorire and how i keep it organized as well!

       if you think i’ve missed anything feel free to add on more ideas to pass on to your fellow baby witches!

    loveexistentielle

    Reminding me to update my grimoire. Really should get on that.

    Timing: Sabbats

    Yuletide:

    Beverages: Ale, Eggnog, Spiced Ginger, & Wine.
    Creatures: Donkey, Doves, Goats, Robins, & Turkey.
    Deities: Artemis, Brigid, Holly King, Morrigan, & Odin.
    Flowers: Chamomile, Comfrey, Fir, Holly, & Mistletoe.
    Herbs: Cinnamon, Frankincense, Myrrh, & Sandalwood.
    Minerals: Diamond, Garnet, Gold, Pearls, Quartz, & Ruby.
    Nutrients: Berries, Fruits, Nuts, Pastries, & Poultry.
    Practices: Hanged Yule Balls, Yule Tree, & Yule Log.
    Saplings: Birch, Evergreen, Oak, Pine, & Yew.
    Shades: Gold, Red, Green, Silver, Yellow, & White.
    Symbols: Candles, Holly, Mistletoe, & Yule-Logs.
    Timing: December Twenty First till January First.

    Imbolc:

    Beverages: Cream, Herbal Teas, Milk, & Spiced Wines.
    Creatures: Cattle, Dragons, Lambs, Phoenix, & Sheep.
    Deities: Aphrodite, Bastet, Brigid, & Cerridwen.
    Flowers: Carnation, Chamomile, Iris, Pansy, & Poppy.
    Herbs: Angelica, Basil, Bay-laurel, Heather, & Myrrh.
    Minerals: Amethyst, Calcite, Carnelian, & Malachite.
    Nutrients: Grain, Poppy, Raisins, Seeds, & Tomatoes.
    Practices: Making Brigid’s Cross or Doll & Feasts.
    Saplings
    : Birch, Blackthorn, Rowan, and Sycamore.
    Shade
    s: Browns, Greens, Whites, and Yellows.
    Symbol
    s: Candles, Brideogs, Brigid’s Cross, Bonfires.
    Timi
    ng: First through the Second of February.

    Ostara:

    Beverages: Eggnog, Juices, Lemonade, & Wines.
    Creatures: Chicks, Dragons, Lambs, Rabbits, & Robins.
    Deities: Demeter, Eostre, Persephone, & Prosperina.
    Flowers: Daffodils, Honeysuckle, Lilacs, & Tansies.
    Herbs: Lavender, Marjoram, Meadowsweet, & Wheat.
    Minerals: Amazonite, Amethyst, Aquamarine, & Rose Quartz.
    Nutrients: Beans, Eggs, Grain, Ham, Nuts, & Seeds.
    Practices: Bake, Cleanse, Feast, Forage, & Manifest.
    Saplings: Acorn, Dogwood, Elder, Olive, Pine, & Willow.
    Shades: Pastel Blues, Greens, Pinks, Purples, & Yellows.
    Symbols: Butterflies, Chicks, Clovers, Eggs, & Hares.
    Timing: The First and Second of March.

    Beltaine:

    Beverages: Ales, Honeyed Teas, May Wine, & Meads.
    Creatures: Bees, Doves, Hares, Lambs, Swallows, & Swans.
    Deities: Apollo, Bacchus, Cernunnos, Freya, & Odin.
    Flowers: Daffodils, Lilacs, Lilly of the Valley, & Violets.
    Herbs: Honeysuckle, Lavender, Meadowsweet, & Mint.
    Minerals: Bloodstone, Emerald, Rose Quartz, & Sapphire.
    Nutrients: Aphrodisiacs, Grains, Honey-Cakes, & Poultry.
    Practices: Bonfires, Visiting Holy Wells, & the May-Pole Ritual.
    Saplings: Hawthorn, Holly, Rowan, and Sycamore.
    Shades: Pastel Blues, Greens, Pinks, Whites, & Yellows.
    Symbols: Bonfires, Faeries, Garlands, Maypoles, & Rabbits.
    Timing: The First Day through the Second Of May.

    Litha:

    Beverages: Juices, Lemonade, Nectars, & Sun-Tea.
    Creatures: Cattle, Eagles, Hares, Hawks, & Horses.
    Deities: Demeter, Freya, Juno, Lugh, Ra, & Vesta.
    Flowers: Calendulas, Lavender, Roses, & Sunflowers.
    Herbs: Meadowsweet, Mint, Mugwort, & Yarrow.
    Minerals: Carnelian, Citrine, Diamond, & Tigers Eye.
    Nutrients: Apricots, Grapefruit, Lemons, & Oranges.
    Practices: Baking, Bonfires, Foraging, & Picnics.
    Saplings: Fir, Elder, Holly, Laurel, Oak, & Rowan.
    Shades: Browns, Gold, Oranges, Reds, and Yellows.
    Symbols: Bonfires, The Fae, Oak Trees, & The Sun.
    Timing: June Nineteenth through the Twenty-Third.

    Lughnasadh:

    Beverages: Ciders, Meads, Sun-Tea, & Sun-Water.
    Creatures: Boars, Calves, Corvids, & Roosters.
    Deities: Ceres, Cernunnos, Cerriddwen, & Lugh.
    Flowers: Acacia, Honeysuckle, Myrtle, & Sunflower.
    Herbs: Frankincense, Myrrh, Sandalwood, & Wheat.
    Minerals: Amber, Carnelian, Citrine, & Tiger’s Eye.
    Nutrient
    s: Berries, Breads, Corn, Grains, & Poultry.
    Practices
    : Baking, Bonfires, Gardening, & Harvesting.
    Saplings
    : Apple, Hawthorn, Heather, Myrtle, and Oak.
    Shades
    : Bronze, Gold, Oranges, Reds, & Yellows.
    Symbol
    s: Bonfires, Cornhusks, Cornucopias, & The Sun.
    Timing
    : The First of Every August or February annually.

    Mabon:

    Beverages: Apple Cider, Ginger Tea, or Mulled Wine.
    Creatures: Blackbirds, Deer, Owls, Salmon, & Wolves.
    Deities: Cernunnos, Demeter, Persephone, & The Morrigan.
    Flowers: Chamomile, Marigolds, Rosehips, & Sunflowers.
    Herbs: Cinnamon, Frankincense, Ginger, Sage, & Thistle.
    Minerals: Amber, Citrine, Jasper, Obsidian, & Tiger’s Eye.
    Nutrient
    s: Corn, Gourds, Grains, Pumpkins, & Squash.
    Practice
    s: Apple Picking, Bonfires, & Dumb Suppers.
    Sapling
    s: Aspen, Cedar, Maple, Oak, Pine, & Rue.
    Shades
    : Browns, Copper, Oranges, Reds, & Yellows.
    Symbol
    s: Cornucopia, Leaves, Pinecones, & Seeds.
    Timing
    : The annual occurrence of the Autumnal Equinox.

    Samhain:

    Beverages: Apple Cider, Cranberry Juice, & Mulled Wine.
    Creatures: Bats, Cattle, Crows, Felines, & Ravens.
    Deities: Hades, Hecate, Hel, The Morrigan, & Rhiannon.
    Flowers: Chamomile, Marigolds, Rosehips, & Sunflowers.
    Herbs: Cinnamon, Frankincense, Mugwort, & Valerian.
    Minerals: Amber, Citrine, Jasper, Obsidian, & Tiger’s Eye.
    Nutrient
    s: Gourds, Grains, Pumpkins, Poultry, & Squash.
    Practices
    : Apple Picking, Bonfires, & Dumb Suppers.
    Saplings
    : Aspen, Cedar, Maple, Oak, Pine, & Rue.
    Shades
    : Blacks, Browns, Oranges, Purples, & Reds.
    Symbol
    s: Bats, Coffins , Jack o’ Lanterns, & Ghosts.
    Timi
    ng: October Thirty First.

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    In Irish mythology, Brigid is the daughter of the Dagda and had two sisters also named Brigid and is part of the Tuatha de Danann, the supernatural Irish race. The three sisters made up the triple aspect of the one goddess: Brigid of the hearth, Brigid of the forge and Brigid of Inspiration. She is a goddess of spring, fertility, family, the hearth, childbirth, fire, blacksmiths, scholars, physicians, prophets, healing, poetry, occult knowledge, and justice. She was said to be born at sunrise and is often depicted with solar rays coming out of her head, making her one of the Irish solar deities alongside Lugh. It is said that wherever she walks four leaf clovers and flowers will grow. She also created the tradition of “keening” when her son Ruadan died in battle, a song-like wail used by women at funerals. In some cases she is also the goddess of sacred wells, springs and healing waters.  

    History

    Her name comes in different spellings like Brig, Brighid, Brigit, or Brigid but it means “Exalted one” or “Fiery arrows”. She is a goddess of Pre-christian Ireland but versions of her are found all over Europe; she has ties to Brigantia, a warrior goddess of the Brigantes tribe of Britain. She was a beloved goddess of the Celts and has survived through centuries including the Christianization of Ireland and the rest of Europe where most traces of Druidism and Paganism were forgotten. The people of Ireland loved her so much and refused to let her be demonized by the church -like the rest of the gods- that they converted her into a saint known as St. Brigid of Kildare. There are also three rivers named after her one in Ireland, Wales and England: Brigit, Braint and Brent.The river that runs through Wales is known to have healing properties.

    Imbolc

    Also known as Brigid’s day, Candlemas or St. Brigid’s feast, Imbolc is one of the four fire festivals in Celtic paganism and celebrates the return of spring. Since Brigid is the goddess of spring and was said to go away during the winter, people would light a candle in honor of her return. Offerings of milk, bread, and corn cakes were set out and a seat at the dinner table was left open for her presence.  Cows and sheep were seen as sacred to the goddess because they would provide milk for the town during the cold months and they would give birth around Imbolc. This festival celebrated the Maiden aspect of Brigid and young women would carry corn dollies dressed in white which represented the goddess. The women would also dress in white and attend a special feast for Imbolc where young suitors could mingle with the ladies. Imbolc is a time of fertility, cleansing and the light returning after a long winter.

    Correspondences

    Elements- Water & Fire

    Animals- snakes, ewes, cows, bees, oxen, owls and hibernating animals. Vultures

    Plants- blackberry, hawthorn, basil, mugwort, apple, heather, dandelion, snowdrop, willow, oak, shamrock, crocus, trillium, corn, lavender and sage. Personal one is cinnamon and chamomile.

    Crystals- amethyst, bloodstone, carnelian, garnet, moonstone, clear quartz, and peridot.

    Symbols- Brigid’s cross, candles, triquetra, faeries, four leaf clover, cauldron, chalice, corn dolly, anvil or hammer, poetry, forges, hearths, wells, rock formations.

    Colours- green, red, white, gold and blue

    Devotional Acts

  • offer her blackberries, baked goods, milk and honey or beer
  • dedicate a piece of your art to her like painting, knitting, singing, etc.
  • meditate with fire
  • savour the warmth of the sun or fire
  • incorporate the elements of water and fire into your craft
  • write her a poem
  • watch the sun rise
  • say hi to cows and sheep :)
  • hang a Brigid’s cross above your doorway for protection and blessings 
  • study healing magick, reiki, herbalism and faeries
  • wear the colours of fire or white
  • plant a bee garden
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    Celtic Paganism Deity Guides (Part #1)

    Part 2

    Brigid

    Culture: Celtic

    Goddess of: Spring, Fertility, Family, The Hearth, Childbirth, Fire, Blacksmiths, Scholars, Physicians, Prophets, Healing, Poetry, Occult knowledge, and Justice

    Symbols: Brigid’s Cross, Candles, Triquetra, Faeries, Four leaf clovers, Cauldron, Chalice, Corn Dolly, Anvil, Hammer, Poetry, Forges, Hearths, Wells and Rock Formations

    Colours: Green, Red, White, Gold and Blue

    Animals: Snakes, Ewes, Sheep, Cows, Bees, Oxen, Owls and Hibernating animals

    Plants: Cinnamon, Chamomile, Blackberry, Hawthorn, Basil, Mugwort, Apple, Heather, Dandelion, Snowdrop, Willow, Oak, Shamrock, Crocus, Trillium, Corn, Lavender and Sage

    Incense: Myrrh, Wisteria, Frankincense, Cinnamon

    Other Associations: Water and Fire

    Offerings: Blackberries, Milk, Bread, Herbal Teas, Heather, Brigid’s Cross, Beer

    Devotional Acts:

  • Dedicate some Art to her
  • Meditate with fire
  • Learn blacksmithing
  • Watch the sunrise
  • Say hello to Cows and Sheep
  • Hang a Brigid’s Cross above your doorway for blessings and protection
  • Study healing magic
  • Plant a bee garden
  • Cernunnos

    Culture: Celtic

    God of: Forests, Wild Animals, Finances, The Underworld, Death, Hunting, Balance, Grounding and Healing, Transitioning into the Afterlife and Fertility

    Symbols: Horns, The Torc, Gold Coins, Serpents

    Colours: Yellow, Gold, Forest Greens, Silver, Black

    Animals: Stags, Elk, Goats, Deer, Bulls, Horses, Ram Horned Snakes, Snakes, Boars, Owls, Hawks, Ravens

    Plants: Ash, Bayberry, Chamomile, Cedar, Cinnamon, Heliotrope, Holly, Ivy, Lavender, Juniper, Myrrh, Nettle, Oak, Patchouli, Pine, Sandalwood, Sunflower, Vine, Yarrow

    Incense: Musk, Benzoin, Frankincense, Patchouli, Pine

    Other Associations: Earth and Air, Sunday,

    Offerings: Venison, Cooked Meats (ethically sourced), Roses, Sunflowers, Lavender, Wildflowers, Juniper Bark and Berries, Oak wood carvings, Green or Gold Candles, Cinnamon, Cloves, Pine scents, Pelts (ethically sourced), Feathers, Bones, Forest Moss, Antlers, Horns, Pine Cones, Gold Coins, Daggers, Poetry art, Celtic Music

    Devotional Acts:

  • Hiking and Hunting
  • Connecting with nature
  • Meditation and Grounding, especially Outside
  • Dancing
  • Listening to Irish/Celtic Music
  • Cooking with his favorite foods
  • Talking with him
  • Singing in Irish
  • Wearing a pendant for him
  • Taking care of your body, especially if you're chronically ill
  • Lugh

    Culture: Celtic

    God of: The Sun, The Arts, Storms, The Harvest, Oaths, Kings, Justice, Craftsmanship, Smithcraft, Light and Warriors

    Symbols: Sun, Spear, Harp, Slingshot

    Colours: Brown, Gold, Yellow, Green, Red, Blue

    Animals: Lion, Horse, Raven, Stag, Crow, Hound, Lynx

    Plants: Apple, Oak, Hazel, Holly, Marigold, Goldenrod, Sunflower, Carnation, Rose, Gorse, Bay, Basil, Allspice, Rosemary, Cinnamon

    Incense: Apple, Cinnamon, Rose, Frankincense, Myrrh

    Other Associations: The Sun, Justice, Sunday, Air and Fire, Full or Waxing Moons

    Offerings: Wine, Mead, Apple Cider, Corn, Bread, Apples, Berries, Potatoes, Beer, Harvested Fruits and Vegetables, Corn Dolls, Cloves, Gorse Flowers, Handmade Crafts

    Devotional Acts:

  • Make Art, in any form, for him
  • Learn self defense
  • Watch the sunrise
  • Treat your loved ones to a lovely meal and give a plate to him
  • Support political and law-based justice, and sign petitions or give donations to make sure justice is appropriately given
  • Try to become a confident and witty person
  • Buy a kilt and wear in unapologetically
  • Go to a Renaissance Fair
  • Buy medieval weapons, especially spears and slingshots
  • Rhiannon

    Culture: Welsh

    Goddess of: The Moon, Horses, Songbirds, Wind, Gates, Horseshoes, Love, Beauty, Fate, Divination, Prosperity, Abundance and Healing. She protects against disaster and humiliation.

    Symbols: The Moon, Horseshoes, Gates, The Winds

    Colours: Green, Silver, Black, White, Grey, Red, Maroon, Brown

    Animals: Horse, Frog, Dog, Songbird, Dragon, Badger, Hummingbird

    Plants: Cedar, Pine, Narcissus, Daffodils, Pansies, Rosemary, Sage, Bay, Lavender, All White Flowers

    Incense: Sandalwood, Cedar, Pine, Lavender, Frankincense

    Other Associations: 7, Waning Moon Phases, Monday

    Offerings: Soft-sounding Music, White Candles with the number 7 carved into them, Apples, Willow Leaves or Bark, Ivy, Evergreens, White Flowers, Lavender Oil, Lavender Candles, Studying or Practicing with Liminal Spaces and the In Between, including Meditation, Astral Travel, Dreamwork and Mediumship

    Devotional Acts:

  • Sing for her
  • Make art, in any form, for her
  • Show extra love to animals, especially horses, dogs and songbirds
  • Talk to her or the moon
  • Sit outside on a windy day and enjoy the breeze
  • Fly a kite
  • Keep a dream journal
  • Make or Buy a Birdhouse
  • Aengus Óg

    Culture: Celtic

    God of: Love, Poetry, Inspiration, Youth, Summer and Healing

    Symbols: Swans, Golden Harp

    Colours: Green, Pink, Red

    Animals: Swan, Cats, Deer, Doves, Sparrows, Songbirds

    Plants: Strawberries, Rose, Mistletoe, Violet, Birch, Cedar, Elder, Sycamore, Basil, Cherries

    Incense: Cinnamon, Jasmine, Lavender, Rose, Sandalwood

    Other Associations: Venus, Copper, Air, The World, Justice, The Lovers

    Offerings: Red Roses, Strawberry, Mead, Beer, Honey, Eggs, Butter, Milk, Bread

    Devotional Acts:

  • Feed Local Birds
  • Sing love songs
  • Use more roses in your spellwork
  • Keep a dream journal
  • Never give up on your goals
  • Talk to him
  • Ask for help when you need it
  • The Morrigan

    Culture: Celtic

    Goddess of: War, Witchcraft, Death, Battle, Sovereignty, Life, The Land, Fresh water, Fertility, Prophecy, Protection, Retribution and Fate (especially Foretelling Doom)

    Symbols: Red Cloak, Spear, Chariot, Sword, Shield, Triskele

    Colours: Red, Black, White, Blue, Green

    Animals: Crow, Raven, Horse, Eel, Serpent, Heifer, Wolf

    Plants: Snapdragon, Willow, Aspen, Rowan, Hawthorn, Yew, Belladonna, Mugwort, Nightshade (VERY DANGEROUS)

    Incense: Dragon’s Blood, Juniper, Night Queen, Pumpkin, Cinnamon, Sandalwood

    Other Associations: Earth, Tuesday, Samhain, Queen of Swords, Justice, Death

    Offerings: Red Wine, Red Meats, Red Beans, Bread, Acorns, Water, Milk, Beer and Ale, Chai Tea, Peppermint Tea, Pumpkin-flavored Things, Apple-flavored Things, Any cow products, Coffee

    Devotional Acts:

  • Practice Divination
  • Stand up for yourself and others
  • Practice magic
  • Sing for her
  • Take care of yourself
  • Read her myths
  • Practice with weapons safely
  • Make art for her, in any form
  • The Dagda

    Culture: Celtic

    God of: Fertility, Agriculture, Strength, Wisdom, Magic, Druidry, Kingship, Abundance, Order, Magic, Music and Balance

    Symbols: Magic Cauldron, Harp of Seasons, Large Club that can both give and take life, Sun Wheel

    Colours: Red, Blue, Green, Brown

    Animals: Pig

    Plants: Oak, Oats, Willow, Hawthorn, Chamomile

    Incense: Cedar, Juniper, Orange

    Other Associations: Earth, Fire, Strength, Wheel of Fortune, The World, King of Pentacles, King of Wands

    Offerings: Acorns, Music, Porridge, Ale, Beer, Mead, Butter

    Devotional Acts:

  • Come up with your own mantra that inspires you
  • Become a mentor or father figure to someone who needs it
  • Research Druidry
  • Study agriculture
  • Plant an herb garden
  • Document and admire the changing of seasons in your local area
  • Listen to harp music
  • Aine

    Culture: Celtic

    Goddess of: Summer, Wealth, Sovereignty, Love, Fertility, Protection, Wealth, Agriculture, The Sun and the Moon and Queen of the Faeries

    Symbols: Silver and White Items, Meadowsweet, The Moon

    Colours: Red, Gold, Green, Blue and Tan

    Animals: Red Mare, Horse, Rabbit, Swan, Cattle

    Plants: Angelica, Blackberry, Cowslip, Elder, Orchid, Fennel, Flax, Garlic, Mugwort, Nettle, Oak, Hawthorn, Mistletoe, Alfalfa, Ash, Agrimony, Ash, Birch, Broom, Holly, Lavender, Meadow-sweet, Gorse

    Incense: Dragon’s Blood, Fairy Dust, Orchid, Lavender

    Other Associations: Midsummer, Air, South, The Sun, Suit of Wands, Queen of Pentacles,

    Offerings: Milk, Bread, Home-grown Produce, Cream, Fire and Candles, Sunflowers, Yellow Flowers, Honey, Summer Fruits, Oranges, Bee-related Items

    Devotional Acts:

  • Write a hymn for her
  • Leave offerings for the fae to keep the peace
  • Gardening, especially for herbs and flowers
  • Bee-keeping
  • Celestial and Fairy Magic
  • Light candles frequently
  • Have a bonfire
  • Spellwork at dawn or dusk
  • Cerridwen

    Culture: Welsh

    Goddess of: The Moon, Luck, Poetry, Change, Rebirth, Transformation, The Underworld, Death, Fertility, Inspiration, Magic and Knowledge

    Symbols: Cauldron, Dark Moon, Lunar Cycles, Caves

    Colours: Silver, Purple, Black, Grey, Green

    Animals: White Pig, Greyhound, Crow, Hen, Hare, Otter, Hawk

    Plants: Corn, Grain, Vervain, Acorns, Apple, Oak, Hazel

    Incense: Sandalwood, Patchouli, Sage, Mugwort

    Other Associations: Monday, North, The Moon, Death, The Magician, Suit of Cups, Midnight

    Offerings: Pork, Bread, Milk, Water, Wheat, White and Green Candles, Barley, Rice, Peanuts, Poppy or Sunflower Seeds, Vervain, Grain-based Products

    Devotional Acts:

  • Talk to the moon
  • Write Poetry about her
  • Buy a cauldron for spellwork
  • Make some potions
  • Bake some wheat bread
  • Take care of Pigs
  • Study something you’re genuinely interested in
  • Celtic Paganism Deity Guides (Part #2)

    Part 1

    Danu

    Culture: Celtic

    Goddess of: Earth-Mother, Fertility, Wisdom, Wind and Water

    Symbols: Crowns, Keys, Wells, Cauldron full of Water, Rivers, Celtic Tree of Life

    Mother Aspects of the Triple Goddess

    Colours: Blue, White, Silver, Green

    Animals: Fish, Horses, Seagulls, Salmon, Snakes

    Plants: Oak, Water Lily

    Incense: Cinnamon, Jasmine, Lavender, Rose, Sandalwood

    Other Associations: The Empress, Water and Earth

    Offerings: Wine, Mead, Ale, Freshwater, Watering plants

    Devotional Acts:

  • Start a fairy garden
  • Collect river water for spellwork
  • Clean up litter around bodies of water
  • Expand your knowledge and study ancient wisdom
  • Practice water scrying
  • Volunteer at a women’s shelter
  • Work with children
  • Arawn

    Culture: Celtic

    God of: Ruler of Annwn the Celtic Otherworld, Leader of the Wild Hunt, Death, The Underworld and Justice

    Symbols: The Hounds of Arawn, Cauldron

    Colours: Red, Black, White, Brown, Green, Gold, Grey

    Animals: Hounds, Pigs

    Plants: Reeds, Cedar, Cypress, Ivy, Honeysuckle, Sage

    Incense: Dragon’s Blood, Basil, Pine, Sandalwood

    Other Associations: Samhain, Saturn, Earth, Pentacles

    Offerings: Game Birds such as Duck or Turkey, Bread, Honey, Milk, Mead and Ale

    Devotional Acts:

  • Begin working with Liminal Spaces
  • Research Otherworld/Annwyn and the Wild Hunt
  • Volunteer at a Dog’s shelter
  • Do a ritual on Samhain
  • Manannan Mac Lir

    Culture: Celtic

    God of: The Sea, Weather and Navigation. Guardian of the Otherworld

    Symbols: Cups, Cloak, A Silver Branch with three golden apples on it, Mermaids

    Colours: Blue, Silver, Gold

    Animals: Horse, Pig, Cow, Seal, Crane, Swan, Boar, Dog, Dolphin, Sea Horse, Whale

    Plants: Alder, Apple, Hazel, Blackberry, Bramble, Reed, Meadowgrass, Yellow Flowers

    Incense: Sandalwood, Frankincense, Gardenia, Sea-related Scents

    Other Associations: The Summer Solstice, Neptune, The Chariot

    Offerings: Yellow Flowers, Sea Water, Bread, Ale and Mead

    Devotional Acts:

  • Visit a nearby body of water
  • Go swimming or sailing
  • Study how boats and ships are made
  • Support sailors
  • Sing Sea Shanties for him
  • Buy a compass
  • Arianrhod

    Culture: Celtic

    Goddess of: Fertility, Fate, Reincarnation, Beauty, Difficulties

    Symbols: Silver Wheel, Full Moon, Weaving Tools, The Zodiac, Corona Borealis

    Colours: Silver, White, Green, Blue, Purple

    Animals: Spiders, Owls, Wolves

    Plants: Ivy, Birch

    Incense: Lavender, Moon, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Cedar, Pine, Frankincense

    Other Associations: Water, Air, Wheel of Fortune, The Star, The Moon

    Offerings: Silver Coins, White Candles, Wheat, Fruits, Home-cooked meals, Salads, Wine, Water, Hot Teas, Smoothies

    Devotional Acts:

  • Practice Divination
  • Burn some candles for her
  • Study the Constellations and Zodiac
  • Cailleach

    Culture: Celtic

    Goddess of: Weather, Winter, Balance, Cycles, Rebirth, Sovereignty

    Symbols: Crone Archetype, Snow, Mountains, Standing Stones

    Colours: Silver, White, Blue

    Animals: Reindeer, Cattle, Pigs, Sheep, Goats, Wolves, Deer, Cats

    Plants: Holly, Gorse

    Incense: Frankincense, Vanilla, Pepper, Amber, Anise

    Other Associations: Veils, Yule, Samhain

    Offerings: Stories (she’s very lonely), Whiskey, Portions of Meals, Soups, Bread, Apple-flavored Pastries, Blue Candles

    Devotional Acts:

  • Embrace Winter
  • Always check the temperature before getting ready each morning
  • Take care of stray cats
  • Watch some deer if they cross your path
  • Honor her on Samhain and Yule
  • Collect Snow Water for her
  • Maybe it's just the overwhelmingly witchy mentality that makes it look this way, but like, you don't need a reason to worship a deity.

    It's fine to start worshipping someone in particular because you have an issue to solve that falls within their domain, but once you've made the first step, you can just continue. You don't need to make petitions or requests each time you leave an offering. You can just do so without any particular reason other than it being a sacred day or showing thankfulness or whatever. If anything, when shit hits the fan and you need to make a petition, the kharis already built will help you.

    Yes, there is a utilitarian aspect to this religion, but that's not all there is.

    Celtic Gods and Goddess

    The Celtic world included Ireland, Britain, and a large section of the mainland

    Aine: Goddess of love and fertility; encouraged human love; has command over crops and animals; daughter of Eogabail  

    Amaethon: God of agriculture 

    Anu or Danu/Dana: Mother goddess 

    Aonghus: God of love; son of Dagda and Boann

    Badb: Irish goddess of battle; could influence the outcome of conflict by inspiring fear or bravery in warriors

    Balor: The one-eyed god of death, everyone he looked upon was destroyed

    Belenus or Bel: Sun god; appears throughout the Celtic world in different forms; Beltaine celebrates him 

    Boann: Water goddess; mother of Aonghus

    Brigantia: Chief goddess of Brigantes tribe; associated with water, war and healing

    Brigid/Brigit: Goddess of healing and fertility; said to help women during labor; possibly same goddess as Brigantia 

    Camulos: God of war mostly worshiped in Belgium areas; said to wield an invincible sword

    Ceridwen: Goddess of fertility

    Cernunnos: God of wild animals, forest, and plenty; possibly also the god of death; known as the horned one

    Cliodhna: Goddess of beauty; her three birds could sing the sick to sleep and heal them 

    Dagda: The great god; could restore the dead to life

    Dian Cecht: God of healing 

    Don: Welsh version of Dana

    Donn: God of the dead

    Dylan: Sea god

    Epona: Horse goddess

    The Formorii: Sea gods; violent and misshapen

    Goibhniu: Smith god 

    Lir: God of sea, healing  and magic 

    Lugh: Sun god (Ireland)

    Lugus:  Sun god (France and Britain) 

    Mac Cecht: God of eloquence

    Macha: One of the war goddess

    Manannan Mac Lir: Sea god; could stir up or soothe the sea

    Manawydan: Welsh sea god, extremely similar to Manannan

    Morrigan/Morrigu: Goddess of death on the battlefield 

    Nechtan: Water god 

    Nemain: Goddess of war

    Nemglan: Bird god

    Nodens: God of healing; owned magic healing hounds

    Ogma: God of eloquence; creating of Ogham, the oldest writing system in Ireland

    Taranis: Name means thunderer; Romans equated him to Jupiter; symbol was the wheel

    Teutates or Toutatis: Romans equated him to Mars

    **Not all inclusive 

    All information gathered from “The Illustrated Encyclopedia of World Mythology by Arthur Cotterell and Rachel Storm 

    Celtic Paganism Deity Guides (Part #2)

    Part 1

    Danu

    Culture: Celtic

    Goddess of: Earth-Mother, Fertility, Wisdom, Wind and Water

    Symbols: Crowns, Keys, Wells, Cauldron full of Water, Rivers, Celtic Tree of Life

    Mother Aspects of the Triple Goddess

    Colours: Blue, White, Silver, Green

    Animals: Fish, Horses, Seagulls, Salmon, Snakes

    Plants: Oak, Water Lily

    Incense: Cinnamon, Jasmine, Lavender, Rose, Sandalwood

    Other Associations: The Empress, Water and Earth

    Offerings: Wine, Mead, Ale, Freshwater, Watering plants

    Devotional Acts:

  • Start a fairy garden
  • Collect river water for spellwork
  • Clean up litter around bodies of water
  • Expand your knowledge and study ancient wisdom
  • Practice water scrying
  • Volunteer at a women’s shelter
  • Work with children
  • Arawn

    Culture: Celtic

    God of: Ruler of Annwn the Celtic Otherworld, Leader of the Wild Hunt, Death, The Underworld and Justice

    Symbols: The Hounds of Arawn, Cauldron

    Colours: Red, Black, White, Brown, Green, Gold, Grey

    Animals: Hounds, Pigs

    Plants: Reeds, Cedar, Cypress, Ivy, Honeysuckle, Sage

    Incense: Dragon’s Blood, Basil, Pine, Sandalwood

    Other Associations: Samhain, Saturn, Earth, Pentacles

    Offerings: Game Birds such as Duck or Turkey, Bread, Honey, Milk, Mead and Ale

    Devotional Acts:

  • Begin working with Liminal Spaces
  • Research Otherworld/Annwyn and the Wild Hunt
  • Volunteer at a Dog’s shelter
  • Do a ritual on Samhain
  • Manannan Mac Lir

    Culture: Celtic

    God of: The Sea, Weather and Navigation. Guardian of the Otherworld

    Symbols: Cups, Cloak, A Silver Branch with three golden apples on it, Mermaids

    Colours: Blue, Silver, Gold

    Animals: Horse, Pig, Cow, Seal, Crane, Swan, Boar, Dog, Dolphin, Sea Horse, Whale

    Plants: Alder, Apple, Hazel, Blackberry, Bramble, Reed, Meadowgrass, Yellow Flowers

    Incense: Sandalwood, Frankincense, Gardenia, Sea-related Scents

    Other Associations: The Summer Solstice, Neptune, The Chariot

    Offerings: Yellow Flowers, Sea Water, Bread, Ale and Mead

    Devotional Acts:

  • Visit a nearby body of water
  • Go swimming or sailing
  • Study how boats and ships are made
  • Support sailors
  • Sing Sea Shanties for him
  • Buy a compass
  • Arianrhod

    Culture: Celtic

    Goddess of: Fertility, Fate, Reincarnation, Beauty, Difficulties

    Symbols: Silver Wheel, Full Moon, Weaving Tools, The Zodiac, Corona Borealis

    Colours: Silver, White, Green, Blue, Purple

    Animals: Spiders, Owls, Wolves

    Plants: Ivy, Birch

    Incense: Lavender, Moon, Rosemary, Sandalwood, Cedar, Pine, Frankincense

    Other Associations: Water, Air, Wheel of Fortune, The Star, The Moon

    Offerings: Silver Coins, White Candles, Wheat, Fruits, Home-cooked meals, Salads, Wine, Water, Hot Teas, Smoothies

    Devotional Acts:

  • Practice Divination
  • Burn some candles for her
  • Study the Constellations and Zodiac
  • Cailleach

    Culture: Celtic

    Goddess of: Weather, Winter, Balance, Cycles, Rebirth, Sovereignty

    Symbols: Crone Archetype, Snow, Mountains, Standing Stones

    Colours: Silver, White, Blue

    Animals: Reindeer, Cattle, Pigs, Sheep, Goats, Wolves, Deer, Cats

    Plants: Holly, Gorse

    Incense: Frankincense, Vanilla, Pepper, Amber, Anise

    Other Associations: Veils, Yule, Samhain

    Offerings: Stories (she’s very lonely), Whiskey, Portions of Meals, Soups, Bread, Apple-flavored Pastries, Blue Candles

    Devotional Acts:

  • Embrace Winter
  • Always check the temperature before getting ready each morning
  • Take care of stray cats
  • Watch some deer if they cross your path
  • Honor her on Samhain and Yule
  • Collect Snow Water for her
  • ⛧December Correspondences

    December features a palette of cool colors : white snow, silver icicles, evergreen, and of course blue - the bright cerulean sky on a clear winters day, or the deep navy velvet of the darkening nights culminating on the longest night of the year, the Winter Solstice. This hue is reflected in Decembers birth stones : turquoise, tanzanite, and lapis.

    The notion of a stone representing each month has been linked to ayurvedic beliefs that suggest correspondences between the planets and crystals. It wasn't until the eighteenth century that associating stones with a birth month became a popular practice in the Western world. Even if you weren't born in December, you can still tap into the power of this months selected stones.

    Use Turquoise, a rain-making stone, to summon snow, heal, and bring peace. Engage in Tanzanites powers for psychic visions for the impending new year if you're opting out of year walking. Finally Lapis - the mirror of the winter night sky, brings wisdom and awareness.

    - Moons

  • Oak Moon
  • Long Nights Moon
  • Cold Moon
  • Big Winter Moon
  • - Crystals and Stones

  • Obsidian
  • Ruby
  • Serpentine
  • Turquoise
  • Peridot
  • Lapis
  • Smoky Quartz
  • Tanzanite
  • - Flowers

  • Holly
  • Poinsettia
  • Narcissus
  • Jonquil
  • Daffodil
  • - Herbs

  • Ivy
  • Mistletoe
  • Holly
  • Cinnamon
  • Fir
  • Cedarwood
  • Juniper
  • - Colors

  • Red
  • Green
  • White
  • Black
  • Blue
  • - Animals

  • Deer
  • Horse
  • Bear
  • Mice
  • - Elements

  • Fire
  • Water
  • Earth
  • - Trees

  • Pine
  • Fir
  • Holly
  • - Magickal Work

  • Light Work
  • Inner Renewal
  • Rebirth
  • Transitions
  • Ancestral Work
  • Life Evaluation
  • Long-Term Work
  • A WITCH’S COZY BUTTERNUT WINTER SOUP

    This soup is sooooo good! It really puts me in the spirit for yule, and the ending of fall, into the transition of winter. Stir in a clockwise motion to bring cozy vibes into your houses atmosphere and dance to some winter songs to release stagnate energy from a days hard work! P.S. Yule Log Cake recipe coming up in a few day so look out for that !

    Ingredients:

  • 1 large butternut squash
  • 1 large yellow onion
  • 2 tbsp brown sugar
  • 1 red pepper
  • 2 cloves garlic
  • Salt and Pepper
  • 1 tbsp tomato paste
  • 1 sweet potato
  • 3 cups chicken stock 
  • Sprigs of thyme and rosemary
  • 2 (28 oz) cans whole tomatoes 
  • 2 tbsp olive oil
  • 1 tbsp cinnamon
  • ½ tsp ground ginger
  • ¼ tsp ground cloves
  • ½ tsp cayenne pepper
  • Directions:

    1. Preheat your oven to 375 F. Cut your butternut squash in half and scoop out the seeded part. Do the same for your red pepper and sweet potato. Brush with olive oil and season with the spices listed above. Bake for 1 ½ hours. 

    2. In a deep large pot, cook your onions and garlic until fragrant and translucent. Transfer that into a large food blender and add your tomatoes, pepper, flesh of your butternut squash and the insides of your sweet potato. Blend until very smooth and transfer back into the pot.

    3. Add more seasoning to taste, chicken stock, and your sprigs of thyme and rosemary. Bring to a boil over high heat. Then turn it down to a lower heat, cover, and let simmer for at least 30 minutes. 

    4. Serve with grated parmesan, toasted bread, and laddle into bowls. Enjoy!

    inneskeeper

    You're a fantastic gatekeeper!

    ...Sorry, just to be clear, are you mad at me for saying that I don't think that people should turn traumatic mental disorders into witchcraft?

    normal-horoscopes

    "Telling neurodivergent children that their mental conditions aren't magico-religious superpowers is gatekeeping" is not a take I was expecting to see today

    normal-horoscopes

    Speaking as a professional occultist with a fucked up brain: The history of mental illness and the occult is long and proud, but spiritualizing ones mental illness --considering it holy or of special magical significance-- is how you end up with ideas like Indigo Children. Dehumanization can also be putting people on a pedestal.

    💀Essential Oils in Death Magick💀

    ~Anise- protection, psychic awareness 
~Bay oil- manifests spirits ~Basil- emotional healing, peace, manifests spirits ~Black Pepper- protection ~Carnation- eases grief ~Cinnamon- spirit communication and connection ~Cinnamon Bark- psychic awareness ~Cyprus- protection ~Cypress- eases grief ~Dragon’s Blood- protection ~Frankincense- protection, spiritual connection ~Iris- courage ~Jasmine- psychic awareness ~Lavender- eases grief, grounding, psychic enhancement ~Lemon Grass- psychic awareness, anointing tools and offerings; especially necromancy tools. (Make sure to dilute it as it is not good for your skin; use with caution) ~Lilac- healing, peace ~Lotus- eases grief, heartbreak ~Musk- courage ~Myrrh- ease grief, protection ~Narcissus- eases grief ~Orange- eases grief and sadness ~Patchouli- grounding, protection spells and inks. (Associated with the Earth and Underworld) ~Peppermint- spiritual connection ~Roman Chamomile- grounding ~Rose- courage, protection, helping a spirit pass ~Rosemary- ease grief ~Rue- protection ~Sage- grounding, protection, helping a spirit pass ~Sandalwood- spirit communication, helping a spirit pass ~Thieves- grounding, spirit communication ~Vetiver- grounding ~Violet- protection
~Wormwood- can be used to help spirits manifest. (Caution when using this oil!! It is slightly hallucinogenic) ~Ylang Ylang- eases heartbreak 
So this is my list of essential oils in my correspondences (With the help of death-witch-envy!!) Feel free to add to the list or change some correspondences to your liking. Remember, some correspondences work for different people. I hope this helps!!

    Updated: August 26, 2017