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Wicca/Witchcraft Shopping List: Ideas & Prompts

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Re: Wicca/Witchcraft ShoppingList- Ideas&Prompts

Postby AnaisStar » Sun Mar 30, 2014 8:42 am

I also dont use a lot of tools. Most of my spells/rituals involve:

- some symbol of deity that Im working with (statue, picture, etc)
- Candles (color corresponding to intent)
- cauldron
- incense (corresponding to intent)
- matches/lighter
- herbs (corresponding to intent)
- runes
- tarot cards
- oracle cards
- salt (multipurpose)
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Re: Wicca/Witchcraft Shopping List: Ideas & Prompts

Postby SpiritTalker » Tue Feb 28, 2017 12:36 pm

I try to keep it simple. Yup. Sure :wink2:

Brewing
Cooking herbs & spices: grocery store basil, cinnamon, salt, pepper, paprika (come in jars)
Back yard pickings: mint, dandelion, wild grapevine
Cider vinegar as preservative
Mortar and pestle, or substitute
Cutting board & folding blade; blade sharpener, or scissors in dorms
Mixing bowl - stainless steel or Pyrex can take heat & serve as a cauldron "in plain sight"
Tea mug with infuser, &'electric hot pot in dorms
Recycled baby food jars are a good size to save

Other:
Matches or lighter
Candles & holder assortment, battery-candles in dorms
Notebook & pen for jotting down rare brilliant ideas
Moon phase calendar for spell planning
Large bowl to catch rainwater or make moon water, large to catch Moon's reflection
Quartz stone for all-purpose spell workings
Divination tool - choice of pendulum, scrying bowl or crystal, runes, cards, yarrow stalks, dice
Meditation or prayer beads
Comfortable chair or cushion suitable for prolonged meditation; cat is optional

Specimen collecting kit:
Folding pocket knife or scissors
Shoulder bag or carry sack
Ziplock plastic baggies or newspaper for specimens & marker for labeling droopy cuttings
Hand trowel for root &'stone digging
Plant identification field guide for your location
Map of nature trails you're actually visiting, if applicable or use cell phone
Bottled water
Offering of corn meal or oat meal
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