- 3 1/2 oz. unsweetened Applesauce
- 5 1/2 oz powdered Cinnamon, Cedar, or
- (if don't have that much powdered incense, use corn starch or flour
and some small protection-oriented herbs)
- Yarn or twine
- Toothpick or other inscribing instrument
- Rolling pin or straight sided glass
- Round cookie cutter or glass
- Dragon's Blood Ink and pen
- Plastic gloves
*Note* If you use your hands to mix,
wear plastic gloves as cinnamon tends to stain your hands brown.
To make several car protection amulets, mix the applesauce and powdered
incense together until a thick dough is formed. (You might need a little
more or less of both items.)
Roll the dough into a ball and then flatten it with your hand. Next, use
the rolling pin to roll the dough into a half inch thickness.
Cut out the dough with a small cookie cutter, or use the rim of a glass.
Let it sit undisturbed for fifteen minutes or so to dry out slightly.
Inscribe the dough with protection runes, one on each side. (Let it sit a
few minutes before inscribing the flip side.)
Pierce the dough to make a hole for stringing.
Let the amulet sit undisturbed until it is completely dry, bake in a very
low-heat oven, or leave in the sun to be dried if it is warm out.
Using Dragon's Blood Ink, trace the runes.
Allow to dry completely.
Do your normal ritual preparation and
Lay the thoroughly dried (un-strung)
amulet on your altar.
Do a protection tool dedication in your normal fashion.
When you consecrate the amulet, pass one side (slowly) over the Goddess
invoking her protection. Allow the soot from the candle to darken the
Repeat for the flip side using the God candle.
Close out the ritual as you normally do.
Use a soft cloth to wipe off the excess soot, allowing the soot to
remain in the inscribed runes.
String the amulet. Hang it in your car.