Monthly Archives: April 2018

Black Arts oil

Black Arts oil:
1/4 part myrrh
1/4 part patchouli
1/8 part cinnamon
1/8 part gum Mastic
1/8 part galangal
1/8 part Vertiver
Sage, a few drops
Special Crossing oil used only for placing hexes on hated competitors. Use with extreme care.

Black arts oil 2

One double boiler
grapeseed or olive oil
two teaspoons mullein herb
1 tsp wormwood herb
1 tbsp Patchouli herb
3 black berry leaves
1 tsp mandrake
1 tbsp Myrrh resin
Graveyard dirt (optional)
Put water in the bottom part of the double boiler and herbs and about a cup of oil in the top part of the boiler. Boil the water and let the herbs steep in the oil for approximately 10 minutes. When the oil is well scented with the herbs, strain thoroughly and put in a bottle or jar. Add 9 drops of 190- proof alcohol (Everclear) to The Brew to preserve it. Note: you can use the above direction to make any type of oil from herbs.

Black arts oil 3

Black arts oil 3:
1/2 part patchouli
1/2 part black pepper fragrance oil pinch of valerian root
pinch of black poodle dog hair
pinch of black mustard seeds
pinch of Spanish moss
pinch of mullein
pinch of powdered Sulphur
9 whole black peppercorns
Planning to half ounce carrier oil, such as almond. For all works of hexene, banishing, and cursing. Works extremely well to rid yourself of a person or situation that you cannot rid yourself in any other way.

Hells Devil oil

Hells Devil oil:
3/4 Capsicum
1/4 Mustard
Black peppercorns
One of the best oils for placing a hex on someone. Dress black candles to strengthen the hex’s power to cause harm. Use with caution. Not to be worn.

Spider oil

Spider oil:
1/2 pt Egyptian musk
1/4 pt Rose Geranium
1/4 pt Rose
A dark essence used in workings of destruction or binding. Helps in situations calling for manipulation.

Tipareth oil

Tipareth oil:
1/4 pt pine
1/4 pt Myrrh
1/4 pt Dragons blood
1/4 pt patchouli
Can be used for good or evil purposes,either to break or cast a curse or hex. Also can draw solar good fortune or health.

Zodiac Correspondences – Pisces

Pisces – The Fishes February 20 – March 20
Traditional Pisces Traits

Imaginative and sensitive
Compassionate and kind
Selfless and unworldly
Intuitive and sympathetic

On the dark side….

Escapist and idealistic
Secretive and vague
Weak-willed and easily led

Ruler – Neptune
Colors – Sea green, sea blue, violet
Star Stone – Moonstone
Birthstones – Amethyst, aquamarine
Brightest Star – Eta Piscium
Herbs – Agaric, alder, apricot, blue flag, cabbage, catnip, cucumber, dogwood, fig, grape, hemp, hops, Irish moss, jonquil, lavender, lemon, lemon grass, lettuce, lotus, lovage, morning glory, mugwort, mushroom, narcissus, onion, passioon flower, plum, poppy, pumpkin, sea weed, skunk cabbage soapwort, water lily, water cress, watermelon, wild lettuce, willow yerba mate, ylang-ylang.

Zodiac Correspondences – Aquarius

Aquarius – The Water Carrier January 21 – February 19
Traditional Aquarius Traits

Friendly and humanitarian
Honest and loyal
Original and inventive
Independent and intellectual

On the dark side….

Intractable and contrary
Perverse and unpredictable
Unemotional and detached

Ruler – Uranus
Colors – Dazzling white, lavender, electric blue, magenta
Star Stone – Turquoise
Birthstones – Opal, aquamarine
Brightest Star – Sadalsuud
Herbs – Allspice, angelica, anise seed chicory, clove coffee, copal, curry elecampane, kola nut, lady’s slipper nutmeg, pimpernel, purple loosestrife, Queen Anne’s lace, sage, sesame, spikenard, unicorn root, valerian, walnut, wisteria
Natural Phenomena – Thunderstorm

Zodiac Correspondences – Capricorn

Capricorn – The Goat December 22 – January 20
Traditional Capricorn Traits

Practical and prudent
Ambitious and disciplined
Patient and careful
Humorous and reserved

On the dark side….

Pessimistic and fatalistic
Miserly and grudging

Ruler – Saturn
Colors – Black, brown
Star Stone – Black Onyx
Birthstones – Garnet, jet, onyx
Brightest Star – Deneb Algedi
Herbs – Aconite (monkshood), belladonna, bindweed, bistort, bluebell, boneset, buckthorn, comfrey, cornflower, cramp bark, elder, elm, fern, fleabane, garlic, heart’s-ease, horsetail, Irish moss, ivy, knotweed, laurel, lobelia, mandrake, mastic, myrrh, nightshade, patchouli, poke, rowan, shepherd’s purse, Solomon’s seal, vetch, witch hazel, yew
Natural Phenomena – Landslide

Zodiac Correspondences – Sagittarius

Sagittarius – The Archer November 23 – December 21
Traditional Sagittarius Traits

Optimistic and freedom-loving
Jovial and good-humoured
Honest and straightforward
Intellectual and philosophical

On the dark side….

Blindly optimistic and careless
Irresponsible and superficial
Tactless and restless

Ruler – Jupiter
Colors – Blue, purple, striped patterns
Star Stone – Topaz
Birthstones – Sapphire, lapis lazuli, turquoise
Brightest Star – Kaus Australis
Herbs – African violet, blueberry, borage, cardamom, cedar, chestnut, cinnamon, cinquefoil, clove, dandelion, dock, echinacea, fig, henna, hyssop, jasmine, juniper, lavender, lemon balm, lilac, milk thistle, money plant, mulberry, mustard, oak, oak moss, pine, red clover, sage, sandalwood, sarsaparilla, sumac tonka bean, violet, wallflower, yellow dock
Natural Phenomena – Fire Storm