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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:

Cooking herbs & spices: grocery store cinnamon, garlic, salt, pepper, paprika
Back yard pickings: mint, dandelion, rose petals & red-berry nightshade
Mortar and pestle
Small coffee bean grinder
Cutting board & blade
Sauce pan & lid (1 quart size has always been sufficient)
Mixing bowl
1/2- sheet baking sheet is comfortable size to contain a mess, & fire safety under candle spells
Teapot or mug with strainer

Flat surface, fire safety is 1st consideration
Blade, wand, pentacle, hearth stone
Candles & holder
Incense & fire safe burner
Offering food & drink, plate & cup

Metal or heavy ceramic burning bowl
Matches or lighter
Candles & holder assortment
Small jars for storage, or Ziplock/Baggies
Notebook & pen for jotting down brilliant ideas
Moon phase calendar for spell planning
Large bowl to catch rainwater or make moon water, large to catch Moon's reflection
Clear Quartz stone for all-purpose spell working, chakra-color rainbow is even better
Divination tool - your choice of pendulum, scrying bowl or crystal, runes, cards, yarrow stalks
Meditation or prayer beads
Comfortable chair or cushion suitable for prolonged meditation; cat is optional

Specimen collecting kit:
Folding pocket knife
Shoulder bag or carry sack
Ziplock plastic baggies for specimens & marker for labeling (droopy cuttings look alike)
Hand trowel for root digging
Plant identification field guide for your area; paper fold out kind
Map of nature trails you're actually visiting, if applicable

Travel bag for carrying stuff to out door rituals:
Flashlight or battery powered lantern
Pocket compass
Bottled water
Matches, incense, coal discs
Offering food and wine, and dish
Hand trowel for digging fire pit & burying ashes of ritual fire if it's safe to burn
Ritual tools if used - athame, cup, staff, robe
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