Wednesday, August 20, 2014


Element: Water
Planet: Venus
Gender: Feminine

Bilberry is used for Luck, protection, dream magick, hex-breaking

Also known as: Black Whortleberry, Blueberry, Burren Myrtle, Dyeberry, Huckleberry, Hurtleberry, Whinberry, Whortleberry, Wineberry.

Carrying a sachet in which bilberry leaves are placed will increase your luck, keep away evil and break hexes or curses. Eating the berries provide protection from within. Burn the leaves like incense in the bedroom directly before going to sleep. Do this for 7 days to make all your dreams come true.

It can be used for protection use while calling upon Dadga or Manannan Mac Lir for protection while at sea/ against drowning.

Place some blueberries, or the leaves of the plant around the entrances to your home to prevent malign influences from entering.  Eat blueberry pies or tarts when you feel you are under psychic attack, this will protect you from the inside.

Bilberries have long been considered as protective herbs. When employed esoterically, the dried leaves may be powdered and sprinkled around the perimeters of a household or otherwise burnt as an incense to protect the inhabitants within from malign forces and to drive away negativity. An incense of bilberry leaves is also said to generate luck and facilitate in the acquisition of material desires or wealth. The leaves may be encased in a medicine pouch or juju bag and carried upon one's person during travelling to protect one from harm. When worn next to one's skin, it is said to effectively nullify nearly all forms of psychical attacks. The protective properties of the leaf are also possessed by the berries, and it is said in folklore that eating foodstuffs containing the berry effective de-hexes a person of any spell or enchantment.

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