List of Incense Correspondences

tumblr_lrijf26Bl81ql0fm9o1_400Blue Berry – Burn to keep unwanted influences away from your home and property

Blue Roses- Specially crafted to honor the Goddess in all her aspects

Carnations – A sweet floral scent traditionally used for healing

Cherry – Sacred to Venus, this blend will attract and stimulate love

Cinnamon – Use to gain wealth and success

Coconut – Burn for protection and purification

Copal – Sacred to the Mayan and Aztecs, this blend is suitable for honoring the Gods

Frangipani- Burn to brighten your home with friendship and love

Frankincense – Draw upon the energy of the sun to create sacred space, consecrate objects, and stimulate positive vibrations

Honeysuckle – Burn for good health, luck, and psychic power

Jasmine – For luck in general, especially in matters relating to love

Lotus – For inner peace and outer harmony, to aid in meditation and open the mind’s eye

Musk – Burn for courage and vitality, or to heighten sensual passion

Myrrh – An ancient incense for protection, healing, purification and spirituality

Passionflower – For peace of mind, this sweet scent will soothe  troubles and aid in sleep

Patchouli  – An earthy scent used in money and attraction spells

Pine – Burn for strength, and to reverse negative energies

Rose – For love magick, and to return calm energies to the home

Sandalwood – A delicious all purpose scent used to heal and protect, also for purification

Spice – A fiery scent to be charged for any magick

Spirit – Raise your personal vibration, attract spirit guides and honor your personal deity

Strawberry – For love, luck and friendship

Tangerine – A solar aroma used to attract prosperity

Temple – A devotional incense for the altar during ritual

Vanilla – Stimulate amorous appetites and enhance memory

Incense

African Violet: Burned for protection and to promote spirituality within the home.

Allspice: Burned to attract both good luck and money.

Aloes: Burned to attract good fortune, love, spiritual vibrations and strength.

Althea: Burned for protection and to stimulate the psychic powers.

Anise seeds: Burned as a meditation incense.

Basil: Burned to exorcise and protect against evil entities and to attract fidelity, love, good luck, sympathy, and

wealth.

Bay: Burned to facilitate the psychic powers, and to induce prophetic dream visions.

Bayberry: Burned mainly to attract money.

Benzoin: Burned for purification and to attract prosperity.

Bistort: Burned with Frankincense to aid divination.

Bracken: Burned in outdoor fires to magickally produce rain.

Cedar: Burned for purification, to stimulate or strengthen the psychic powers, attract love, prevent nightmares.

Cinnamon: Burned for protection and to attract money, stimulate and strengthen the psychic powers and to aid in healing.

Citron: Burned in rituals to aid healing and also to strengthen psychic powers.

Clove: Burned to dispel negativity, purify sacred and magickal spaces, attract money, and stop or prevent the spread of gossip.

Coconut: Burned for protection.

Copal: Burned for purification and to attract love.

Damiana: Burned to facilitate psychic visions.

Dittany of Crete: Burned to conjure spirits and to aid in astral projection

Dragon’s Blood: Burned to dispel negativity, exorcise evil supernatural entities, attract love, enhance psychic

awareness, and restore male potency. Makes all other incenses stronger when added at the same time.

Elecampane: Burned to strengthen the clairvoyant powers and scrying abilities.

Fern: Burned in outdoor fires to magickally produce rain. Also used  to exorcise evil supernatural entities

Frankincense: Burned to dispel negativity, purify magickal spaces, protect against evil, aid meditation, induce psychic visions, attract good luck, and honor Pagan deities.

Fumitory: Burned to exorcise demons, poltergeists and other evil entities.

Galangal: Burned to break the curses cast by sorcerers.

Ginseng Root: Burned to keep wicked spirits at bay, and for protection against all forms of evil.

Gotu Kola: Burned to aid meditation.

Heather: Burned to conjure beneficial spirits, and to produce rain.

Hibiscus Flowers: Burned to attract love.

Horehound: Burned as an offertory incense to the ancient Egyptian god Horus

Jasmine: burned to attract love and money, and also to induce dreams of a prophetic nature.

Juniper: Burned to stimulate or increase the psychic powers. and also to break the curses and hexes cast by evil

sorcerers.

Lavender: Burned to induce rest and sleep, and to attract love

Lilac: Burned to stimulate or increase the psychic powers and to attract harmony into one’s life.

Mace: Burned to stimulate or increase the psychic powers.

Mastic: Burned to conjure beneficial spirits, stimulate or increase the psychic powers, and intensify sexual desires. The magickal powers of other incenses are greatly increased when a bit of mastic is added. Mesquite: The magickal powers of all healing incenses are greatly enhanced by mesquite.

Mint: Burned to increase sexual desire, exorcise evil supernatural entities, conjure beneficial spirits, and attract

money.

Myrrh: Burned (most commonly with Frankincense) for purification, consecration, healing, exorcism, and banishing evil.

Nutmeg: Burned to aid meditation, stimulate or increase the psychic powers and attract prosperity.

Patchouli: Burned to attract money and love, and also to promote fertility.

Pine: Burned for purification and to banish negative energies, exorcise evil supernatural entities and attract money.

Poppy Seeds: Burned to promote female fertility, and to attract love, good luck, and money.

Rose: Burned to increase courage, induce prophetic dreams, and attract love. Rose incense is used in all forms of

love enchantment and possesses the strongest love vibration of any magickal incense.

Rosemary: Burned to purify, aid in healing, prevent nightmares, preserve youthfulness, dispel depression, attract

fairyfolk, and promote restful sleep and pleasant dreams.

Rue: Burned to help restore health.

 

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