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Fjälls book of shadows

Postby Fjäll1291 » Fri Jan 31, 2014 5:30 am

So this is my BoS, it's going to be hard to translate all my texts to English, but I'll try the best I can :)
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Plants that faeries like

Postby Fjäll1291 » Fri Jan 31, 2014 9:39 am

Plants that faeries like:

Foxglove, primrose, violet, lilacs, ragwort, cowslips, pansies, bluebells(or any flower shaped like bells), clover(3-leaf), St. John's wort, hazel, rowan, blackthorn, oak, willow, elder, birch, alder, apple, ash and toadstools.

Faeries likes the flowers in groups of three and four.
They like lovely beds of pasies or beds of other flowers.
The faeries would be where butterflies would be.
They like strongly scented flowers.
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Fire

Postby Fjäll1291 » Tue Feb 04, 2014 2:41 am

Fire boosts spells
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Getting rid of warts

Postby Fjäll1291 » Tue Feb 04, 2014 6:07 am

Since we witches get a lot of warts, I thought this might be useful ;)

Tie one hair from a big horse around the wart
Rub it with seven white stones
Rub with a piece of pork and then bury it in the ground
Rub it with a dandelion
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Most common herbs

Postby Fjäll1291 » Tue Feb 04, 2014 7:15 am

Most common herbs:

Rosemary
Protection from evil
Stands for remembering and love
Calms when you are worried
Good in a brides bouquet
Use against headache and stomach ache
Hang in the kids room for a good childhood
If you don't have time to purify yourself you can rub rosemary between your hands
Good for your hair

Thyme
Chew or inhale the smoke to see fairies
Protects against evil persons
Gives you courage, strength and the gift of speech
Good to have when you are nervous
Use for bruises, fever, cold and throat pain
Dry it in a dark place and store in dark containers

Parsley
Stands for well being, good health, energy, feast and celebration
Good in rituals and spells
For bad breath
If you dry it fast it gains more taste
Make a potion and drink for physical health
Have in boiling water to make a good.....hairsomething?(I don't know what it's called)
Can be used to color things

Sage
Good when you have a cold
The most purifying and cleansing herb
Good for rituals and spells
Takes away negative energy
Good for bad breath, wounds, throat pain and stomachache

Basil
Success, money, close friendship
Good for bad breath, stomachache and wounds
Use as a talisman or in tea for success
Makes you concentrated

Lavender
Peace and harmony
Attracts love
Hang next to your bed for good love
Good for headache, depression and sleeping problems
Use as facial water
Leaves should be picked before the flowers bloom
Use as a talisman to be able to see ghosts

Marjoram
Good for depression, negativity, unhappy love, asthma and headache
Guides the dead
Burn when you need help to move on

Dill
Gives protection and chases away evil
Good for nervousity
Have in your shoes for protection
Chew seeds for good breath

Oregano
Rituals, love, happiness
Good for colds and flu
Protects from the evil eye
Good for wounds
Said to be a cure for poison
Keeping witches away ;)
Have in your home for protection or use as talisman against depression
Use in food for love
Have in your bathing water to be able to really relax
Drink to prevent sea sickness
Chew to prevent toothache
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