Thursday, September 11, 2014

Blueberry

Blueberry is used for Protection. Though not recommended, blueberry is said to cause confusion & strife when tossed in the doorway or path of an enemy.
Boneset Protection, exorcism and warding off evil spirits. Sprinkle an infusion of boneset around the home to rid it of evil and negativity. To curse an enemy, burn as an incense with a black candle inscribed with the name of the enemy (not recommended -- remember the law of threes!).

Also Called: Feverwort, Agueweed, Crosswort, Eupatorium, Indian Sage, Sweating Plant, Teasel, Thoroughwort, Vegetable Antimony

Useful when using with Moon energies, blueberries have many applications for your magickal work!  They involve using the fruit whole, crushed, dried or powdered.

To protect your children, Mash the berries into a pulp and stain your baby's hands and feet; you can definitely only do feet if you are worried about public views.  You can even make this into a fun thing for your kids by having them mash the berries with their feet!

For Strengthening your Aura & Protecting your Physical Body: Eat the berries on the day or night of a full moon.

To Protecting your home: Crush the dried blueberries into a powder and place it under the doormat of your home.

For Protecting yourself from Psychic/Emotional Attack: Make a delicious blueberry pie and eat it!  No better spell than this, I'd say!  This gets the blueberries energy into your aura/energy field and boosts its psychic protection.

For Protection Spells: Add the dried berries to protection sachets, make amulets out of the whole dried berries by gluing them to an already made amulet or stringing them into a necklace, or make protection powder out of the crushed, dried berries.

Blueberries, or bilberries, can be added to any protection spell ingredient list or into the callings for protection incense as well!  Many people like to make bath sachets; beware, blueberries would only be good in this if you want blue-tinted skin!!

Check out The Pagan Corner with Cu & Sin
https://www.facebook.com/cuspagancorner

No comments:

Post a Comment