Category: Wicca



Whilst Wicca initially started off as one of the new mystery religions, the majority of current generation Wiccans decided that it was best not to continue working under a blanket of mystery. Hence information about Wicca is abundant - in books, articles and on the Web. There are no secrets anymore. Even the key to it all lays open and exposed, namely that all things (people, animals, plants, rocks, water etc) are connected and that Wiccans, because of this connection holds all things sacred.

Anybody can practice the religion, art and science of Wicca. Externally, it merely requires a willingness to work hard to learn the many, varied aspects of the Craft and internally, a dedication to Spirit. Wicca Beginners (seeker) do not need to join a specific sect, coven or family to start off with. As you learn and grow, you will know whether you wish to form part of a group or continue as a solitary.

The most important part for a Seeker embarking on the Wiccan Path is gathering information, understanding the information - in other words allowing the information to become knowledge - and then applying the knowledge gained.

1. Book of Shadows
Start keeping a BoS from Day 1. This is a collection of the spiritual lessons you learn and will contain the spells you used, magickal rules and all sorts of information you gathered around incense, oils, brews, herbs, candles, colors etc.

2. The Goddess and God
Read as much as you can about Deity. This will include reading about the Myth of Creation and the Charge of the Goddess. Both the Lady and the Lord go by many different names. Familiarize yourself with the various names of the Goddess and God as well as the story behind the names. The Goddess is Maiden, Mother and Crone. Based on the stories you have dead, identify those names you feel the greatest affinity to, for these three aspects of the Goddess.

3. Life and Death
Understand how Wiccans view Life, Death, the Summerland and Reincarnation - in other words their philosophy on the cycles of Birth, Death and Re-birth.

4. Daily Devotions
As with any other religion, Wiccans too do daily devotions to reaffirm our faith and to speak to Spirit. We also meditate because that is the time when we listen to the messages from Spirit. You will need to set up an altar, which can even be your bedside table or a table somewhere in your house. There you can place a fresh flower, fruit or a crystal (anything natural) as an offering to Spirit. If the offering has perished, you bury it in the garden to return it to nature.

5. Tools and Altars
Read up on how to set up the altar you will use inside the Magick Circle. Read up about Wands, Staffs, Athame, the four elements, ceremonial jeweler, robes and so forth. Don't just rush out and buy though. You can easily make most of the tools you will need.

6. Signs and Symbols
Learn to recognize the signs and the symbols of the Craft such as the pentagram, sacred spirals, goddess symbol and equal armed cross. Also learn how to draw invoking- and banishing pentagrams.

7. Incense, Oils, Brews, Herbs, Crystals, Candles and Colors
This part of as Wiccan's study is truly a never ending journey. The internet has an extensive amount of information available.

8. Casting the Magick Circle
Learn everything you can about the Magick Circle and how to prepare yourself emotionally, physically and mentally. Casting a Circle is a mental technique you should learn early on in your training. This is a very important aspect of the Craft as it serves as a temple, the place where we keep the power until we decide to release it. The Circle is also holy ground and keeps negative energies away from our workings. Know your directions and the elements that correspond to each direction. This is important in calling the quarters. Read various invocations to the Goddess and God. Use those that you are the most comfortable with. Later on, you may even decide to write your own.

9. Cone of Power
You will also have to learn what the Cone of Power exactly is, how to raise it and how to release it.

10. Releasing the Circle
Learn how to release the circle properly, always remembering good manners and thanking Deity for their attendance.

Follow the ten points above in sequence. Admittedly there are some overlaps, but this is just about the most logical structure that can be achieved. Wicca requires of the Seeker to apply their minds, to go to some effort and to learn by their mistakes. Ask Deity for their blessing and assistance in your search for truth. You will find amazing coincidences, such as obtaining the right information at the right time, the right crystal popping up from nowhere and the right advice being given when you feel most in need of it.

Blessed Be!
Rose Ariadne has been practicing ancient forms of Witchcraft for over 25 years. Get more info about wiccan beginner here: http://www.askroseariadne.com/editorials/wiccan-beginner-guide.html
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Since the beginning of time, man has been engaging with nature's devices to survive. Herbs, plants, trees and flowers offered food, shelter, medicine, magick and also aesthetic appeal. It is, pragmatically speaking, no different today. Modern medicine emulated nature's devices to create the synthetic medicines in use today and modern science harnesses nature to offer the creature comforts modern man demands.

Herbalism, in particular, transcended dynasties, empires, religious institutions, political dogma and entire civilizations. It even survived all those natural disasters of cataclysmic proportions over the ages that threatened the continued existence of life on this small planet we call earth.

That, in itself, is magick.

The question on most people's minds is how the power of herbs works. The answer is perhaps a little complicated, but here goes anyway:

Everything in nature has a life-force, or spirit, or essence. The essence of each herb is a part of the cosmos. The role of the essence is to affect a change that will result in maintaining or restoring the balance within its own microcosm. By doing this, it helps in maintaining the equilibrium of the cosmos as a whole.

The essence can also be put to use to restore imbalances in other living organisms. Here we can think of trees processing noxious gasses such as nitrogen and carbon dioxide and releasing oxygen. We can also think of the bruise on a person's leg which is rapidly healed by applying Arnica. At another level still we can think of how lavender clears negativity in a room when burnt as incense.

Such is the power of the herb and for this reason literally hundreds upon thousands of herbs that have been across the ages and across all continents. The same holds true where magickal practices were concerned.

Today, more than 100 types of herbs are commonly known and used in Wiccan practices. Each of these herbs has masculine or feminine characteristics, is associated with one of the four elements and may often be a favorite of a particular god or goddess. The herbs can be used in various ways, including in charms or sachets, incense, bath products, oils, teas, smoking, or sprinkled to assign a line or area of protection.

Wiccans are encouraged to grow as many of the herbs themselves as possible for their own use, as it adds the power of the individual to the attributes of the herb. Each herb has the characteristics of the ruling planet, the element with which it is associated and a masculine or feminine bias.
Rose Ariadne has been practicing ancient forms of Witchcraft for over 25 years. Get more info about wicca herbs here: http://www.askroseariadne.com/editorials/wicca-herbs-common-facts.html
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In Wiccan practice quite a large variety of bits 'n pieces are needed. When setting out on the Wiccan path, the list may seem quite daunting - and expensive. But the good news is that if your budget cannot stretch that far, much of what is needed can either be self-made or grown. Compiling a list of the bare necessities is probably a very good start. To make it easier, I divided the list into two parts. The first part is non-consumables and the second part is consumables:

The Basic List

Non-consumables

* Altar
* Candleholders
* Athame
* Wand
* Cup
* Incense holder
* Bowl
* Pentagram
* Altar Cloth
* Clear quartz crystal

Consumables

* White candles
* Lavender Incense
* Dried Lavender
* Sea Salt

As you progress along your path, you may feel the need to add to this list. The list can become very long and costly if you don't keep an eye on yourself. It is probably a good idea to take a sanity check before adding to the list, by asking yourself "What do I need it for?" and if the answer is yes, "How often will I use it?". To help you, I compiled a list of intermediate supplies. As is the case with the basic list, you can make a lot of it yourself if need be:

The Intermediate List

Non-consumables

* Statues
* Staff
* Mortar and Pestle
* More crystals
* Plate
* Ritual jeweler
* Ritual Robe
* Cape with Hood
* Cutting board and knife
* Small cauldron
* Small gas- or paraffin burner
* Fire-proof non-metallic container

Consumables

* Essential Oils
* More Incense
* More Herbs
* Yellow, Green, Red, Black, Gold, Blue, Pink and Purple Candles
* Lengths of string and ribbons - White, Pink, Yellow, Green, Red, Black, Gold, Blue and Purple
* Brown paper
* Foil
* Wax
* Cloth - Yellow, Green, Red, Black, White, Pink, Blue and Purple

Sources of Wiccan Supplies

You will effectively have three sources to choose from when seeking Wiccan supplies. These are You, Occult supply stores and the Internet.

You

There is a lot to be said in support of creating and making your own "non-consumables". Over and above the price, there is the very relevant issue of personal power. The elements of personal power basically revolve around Charging and Imprint:

Charging - When you decide to make your own wand, for example, you plant the seed of intent. Next, you may research the different types of wood that can be used. When you decide which wood you want to use, you will do so with a specific purpose in mind. Let's say you decided on Oak. At the store, you will select a length of Oak wood. You are likely to choose the piece of Oak wood that resonates best with you - quite unknowingly of course. When you get back home, you will start making the wand. While you are carving away, you will probably daydream on what it will look like in your hand during ritual In the process, you are charging the wand with its intended purpose.

Imprint - By handling the raw wood and by transforming it into a magickal tool, you leave your personal imprint on the wood and the wood its personal imprint on you

That is why a self-made tool could well turn out to be far more effective and much more powerful than one purchased at a store or on the internet.
Rose Ariadne has been practicing ancient forms of Witchcraft for over 25 years. Get more info about wicca supplies here: http://www.askroseariadne.com/editorials/wicca-supplies-what-and-where.html
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Most of the symbols used in Wicca remain obscure to the uninitiated, the uninformed and the uninterested. There are some however that have become fairly well known but because of mis-understandings, mis-associations and mis-interpretations, have fallen into bad repute. Religious intolerance and dogmatism on the part of some non-pagan groups exacerbates the matter.

The Pentagram, the Moon and the Mano Cornuto (Horned Hand) are probably those best known by the general public and will be discussed in this article. All of these Wiccan symbols are erroneously associated with Satanism in spite of the fact that Wicca and Satanism are two completely different religions. Many a treatise has been written on the differences and I recommend that those interested in informing themselves of the facts visit the following two Religious Tolerance web pages for an objective overview of each: http://www.religioustolerance.org/satanis1.htm & http://www.religioustolerance.org/witchcra.htm

Pentagram and Pentacle

The Pentagram is a five pointed star surrounded by a circle. As a symbol, it is ancient and was widely used over millennia by different cultures (as far afoot as the Mayans) and different religions (including Christianity). In Wicca, the Pentagram is a sacred symbol and representative of the earth aspect during ritual. It contains all the elements that give life. The circle surrounding the five pointed star represents the sacred space where Spirit (Deity, the Divine) rules over the four mundane elements of earth (work, home & hearth, etc), air (intellect, thought, etc), fire (action, energy, etc) and water (emotions, love etc). The pentagram is considered a protective symbol in most traditions, just as the cross is considered a protective symbol by Christians.

The upright Pentagram, as used in Wicca, is often confused with the inverted Pentagram and the Baphomet Pentagram. The latter is an inverted pentagram containing the head of a goat. Anton La Vey, who was the founder of the Church of Satan (mid 20th Century), used the Baphomet Pentagram as the main symbol of his church. The Christian Church condemned the pentagram as a symbol of evil soon there after. No distinction was made between the Wiccan pentagram and the Baphomet Pentagram.

The Moon

The Moon is a sacred symbol of the Goddess and representative of cycles of rebirth, maturity, old age and death, followed by rebirth. The waxing crescent moon represents a young woman (maiden) and symbolizes new beginnings and growth. When the moon moves towards full, the woman enters the "mother" phase of her life. When the moon wanes, and the woman enters her "crone" years. For Wiccans, this stage is associated with wisdom and knowledge. In Wicca all stages of a woman's life are valued and respected.

Witches celebrate the phases of the moon as a representation of life and make use of the different phases to lend power to specific spells. In example, the waxing moon could be used to lend power to a spell to aid the recovery of someone after illness, whereas the full moon could be used to lend power to a spell seeking to maintain good health and the waning moon to reinforce a spell seeking to destroy a disease.

The misconceptions around the Wiccan moon symbol stems from the fact that Satanists describe their symbolism of the moon as death and blood. This is illustrated from the following excerpt by Vexen Crabtree, a known and published Satanist:

"Primitive religions, sun worship, has recognized the moon for what it is: A symbol of death and blood. [...] The moon, the symbol of the night, symbolizes the victory of everlasting darkness and of sexuality. [The Moon has] always perturbed Humanity. [...] But this fear, in modern Satanism, is faced and accepted full on without the barriers that other religions erect."
"The Sinister Left & Fear of the Moon" by Vexen Crabtree 2002 Oct 26

The contrast is self explanatory.
Rose Ariadne has been practicing ancient forms of Witchcraft for over 25 years. Get more info about the misconceptions of pagan symbols here:
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Three years ago I was watching the news when a report about a man winning the lotto caught my attention. This man said he was a practicing Wiccan and had a premonition he would win the Lotto.So he bought a ticket and won a huge sum of money.

I had heard about Wicca before but now I was intrigued. What was the power of Wicca that this man attributed he good fortune to it?

I immediately began to search on the web to learn all I could.

The problem is that unlike Judaism or Catholicism , Wicca has different meanings to different people. While I personally think this is a plus, as I never believed that there is one set of rules to follow when it comes to religion, it makes it extremely difficult to get real information regarding Wicca.

Because Wicca has been underground for so long due to persecution it has attracted many people who simply want to take advantage of people like me. They use miss truths and false knowledge for power and control. However, there are many good people filled with knowledge just waiting for you to find them.

How do you find them?

Finding good information is no longer hard. All you have to do is search on Google and you will find many communities filled with good knowledgeable people. Sites like these tend to weed out the people trying to spread misinformation. In these communities you will find people at every stage of learning from beginners like me to life long second and third generation practitioners.

These communities will welcome you with open arms and be filled with useful information. Following Wicca no longer has to be a solitary pursuit.

Blessed Be.
Want to find out more about Wicca, then visit Brian Kleiner's Wiccan Community .


Wicca is a personal, positive religion that is based on respect of nature and celebration of all things that exist in the physical and ethereal world. Practitioners of Wicca follow the precepts of Shamanism, which is believed to be the first "religion" on Earth.

Most practitioners of Wicca commune with the Goddess and God during rituals that allow them to understand and guide these energies which created our Universe. These rituals are usually enhanced by the use to tools, chants, music, dancing, etc. that increases the practitioner's mental acuity and intuition to high levels not easily available in most other religious practices.

These altered states of consciousness allowed human beings to communicate with the powerful energies of the Universe and persuade them to move in the direction of their intentions. Stated simply, many practitioners of Wicca are able to change the direction of their future. This ability of these practitioners is called Magick and the actions that are required to perform Magick are called Spells.

Wiccans use Magick to effect change in their lives as well as in the lives of others who request their help. By communing with the deities and listening to the messages from nature, they understand what needs to be done and go about doing it.

The most important rule of the Wicca (or the Craft as it is called) is that people can choose to do anything so long as it doesn't harm anyone. Wiccans believe in reincarnation and the thee-fold Law which states that the effect of what we do to others will return to us three fold. As a result of this dogma, Wiccans usually stay away from negative Magick, for if they practice it, they will feel the devastating effects of their actions.

Wiccans are practitioners and not followers because they do not "follow" anyone. This way of life believes that each one of us is capable of communing and communicating with the Powerful energies that created life.

Magick is used in many ways. Some witches can use just their minds to control the energies. Others use tools such as the Athame, the Besom, the Wand, Chalice, etc to supplement the power of their own energies. Wicca is a very personal religion and communing with the Deities may be performed anywhere since the energies exist everywhere.

Most celebrations are held outdoors if possible because the Wicca practitioners believe that nature cleanses or purifies our surroundings easily. Also, communing with the deities mean communing with nature, so the best place for this meeting would be where most of the energies exist.
Rose Ariadne has been practicing ancient forms of Witchcraft for over 25 years. Get more info about Wiccan Beliefs here: http://www.askroseariadne.com/editorials/WitchcraftWiccanReligionBeliefs.html


Wicca is a personal, positive religion that is based on respect of nature and celebration of all things that exists in the physical and ethereal world. Practitioners of Wicca follow the precepts of Shamanism, believed to be the first "religion" on Earth.

Most practitioners of Wicca commune with the Goddess and God during rituals that allow them to understand and guide these energies which created our Universe. These rituals are usually enhanced by the use to tools, chants, music, dancing, etc. that increases the practitioner's mental acuity and intuition to high levels not easily evident in daily life.

These altered states of consciousness allowed human beings to communicate with the powerful energies of the Universe and persuade them to move in the direction of their intentions. Stated simply, many practitioners of Wicca are able to change the direction of their future. This ability of these practitioners is called Magick and the actions that are required to perform Magick are called Spells.

Wiccans use Magick to effect change in their lives as well as in the lives of others who request their help. By communing with the deities and listening to the messages from nature, they understand what needs to be done and go about doing it.

The most important rule of the Wicca (or the Craft as it is called) is that people can choose to do anything so long as it doesn't harm anyone. Wiccans believe in reincarnation and the law of Karma which decries that whatever we do to others will return to us three fold. According to this dogma, there will be no bad witches, for as soon as they do dreadful things to others, they will be destroyed.

Wiccans are called practitioners and not followers because they do not "follow" anyone. This way of life believes that each one of us is capable of communing and communicating with the Powerful energies that created life.

Magick is used in many ways. Some witches can use their minds to control the energies. Others use tools such as the Athame, the Besom, the Wand, Chalice, etc. Wicca is a very personal religion and communing with the Deities may be performed anywhere since the energies exist everywhere.

Most celebrations are held outdoors if possible because the Wicca practitioners believe that nature can cleanse and purify our surroundings easily. Also, communing with the deities mean communing with nature, so the best place for this meeting would be where most of the energies exist.

Newcomers to this way of life will first need to learn the art of meditation so that they can strengthen their concentration and focus regardless of whatever distractions exist in the environment. By practicing Magickal rituals religiously and increasing their self-confidence, these rituals help to firm up the foundation of their practice.

Results of our spells depend on many reasons

There are several types of Magick. The ritual that uses different colors and shapes of candles is called Candle Magick. Other forms of Magick use herbs and spices, plants and twigs, Gem stones and rocks, and various other natural items for rituals.
Rose Ariadne has been practicing ancient forms of Witchcraft for over 25 years. Get more info about Wiccan Magick here: http://www.askroseariadne.com/editorials/WitchcraftWiccanMagickWhatisMagick.html


It's never too early to start practicing Wicca! There are a lot of resources out there for the burgeoning teen witch. Lots of the books on Wicca that are available are appropriate for a new witch, but it's important to remember that no one author knows all the answers. Therefore, it's important, especially when you're just starting out, to think critically about everything you read. Not everyone is honest, especially if you decide to use the Internet to help your search, and some people prey specifically on questioning teenagers.

Then there's dealing with your parents, who may disapprove of your spiritual choices. First, remember that your parents have the law on their side, so do your best to work within their wants. Minors are effectively second class citizens, so your parents really are the ones with the power!

If you want to pursue a discussion with your disapproving parents about Wicca, try and figure out why your parents are opposed to your interest in witchcraft. Is it because they practice a religion that disagrees with Wiccan practices? Is it because they don't really know what Wicca is about? Maybe they have some ideas about Wicca that aren't true; for example they may be likening it to Satanism, and therefore might be worried for your safety.

If the issue is misconceptions about Wicca, then you have a chance at opening a dialogue with them. You can try and educate them, sharing your adventures into Wicca with them. It might help, for example, to show them some of the books and websites you've read or are reading. If you have Wiccan friends who are good people, you might introduce them, so that your parents can see that the majority of those who follow Wicca are healthy people who don't sacrifice goats in their spare time! If you choose the education route, make sure that you are well read and have done your research. After all, you will have to be able to support your beliefs, not only through emotion but through logic and the strength of your sources. Remember that your parents care about you, and only want you to be happy and safe. If you can prove to them that Wicca is not a threat to either your happiness or your safety, then you're well on your way to bringing them around to your side.

Just remember, there is no "rule" that you absolutely have to tell anyone that you are a practicing Wiccan.
Rose Ariadne has been practicing ancient forms of Witchcraft for over 25 years. Get more info about teen witch here:

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In Wicca, the Goddess is considered as the Universal Mother. She is the source of fertility, endless wisdom and loving care. The three aspects of the Goddess, as the Maiden, Mother and Crone are symbolized by the three phases of the Moon.

We celebrate the Full Moon as well as the changing of the seasons. The Wiccan religious calendar contains 13 Full Moon celebrations and eight Sabbats of power. The monthly cycles of the Moon have a great impact on religious ceremonies as they are usually conducted in the light of the Moon.

Many practitioners prepare a ritual bath before the ceremony. Jasmine, mint, chamomile, lily, rose or vanilla oils are used.

The Full Moon Rite is performed at night, with an altar created in full view of the moon. In accordance with the color and shine of the moon, crescents, silver items, white flowers and other symbols of the moon may be added to the altar for this occasion. Sometimes a quartz crystal sphere is also included. This may be replaced by a cauldron full of water with a piece of silver coin dropped into it. Also verify that the reflection of the moon can be seen in the water.

Light the candles and incense. Cast the sacred circle. Invoke the Goddess and
God and gaze at the Moon. Allow your body to absorb the energy from the loving and powerful cosmic entity. Say these words aloud:

Wondrous Lady of the Moon
You who greets the dusk with silvered kisses;
Mistress of the night and of al magics,
Who rides the clouds in blackened skies?
And spills light upon the cold Earth;
O Lunar Goddess,
Crescented-One,
Shadow maker and shadow breaker;
Revealer of mysteries past and present;
Puller of seas and ruler of women;
All-wise Lunar Mother,
I greet Your celestial jewel
At the waxing of its powers
With a rite in Your honor.
I pray by the Moon,
I pray by the Moon,
I pray by the Moon.

Repeat the last line "I pray by the Moon" for as long as you will. Imagine the Moon Goddess in all her splendor, The full Moon is believed to be the time for magick of all types when the energy of the surroundings has the highest potential and all positive spells cast will be realized.

Full Moon days are also believed to enhance meditation, mirror magick and psychic rituals. Gazing at the water in the cauldron or using the quartz crystal for scrying can be very effective under the full Moon ambience. Say:

Tides that sway and tides that flow;
As above, so below
The moon once small, now fully seen
In this bowl, my future bring.
See what movement, shapes, or images appear in the light that dances on the water. Clockwise movement predicts blessings to come in the next month.
Counterclockwise swirling signifies the need for care.

Food that is used in these celebrations includes Lemonade, milk or white wine.
Crescent cakes are also passed among the people gathering to attend this celebration.
Rose Ariadne has been practicing ancient forms of Witchcraft for over 25 years. Get more info about Wiccan rituals here: http://www.askroseariadne.com/editorials/9fullmoon.html


The word "Anoint" means to rub or massage a liquid into a person or on items such as candles, tools, supplies, etc. Anointing oils are used in Wicca for several purposes. Sometimes, it is used in rituals to enhance communication and connection to deities during Sabbats or Esbats.

At times it is used to attune with the energies from the Moon or the Sun or other planets. Oils are also used to honor God or Goddess during rituals. In the tradition of candlemagick, oils are used to empower the candle (which may personify a human being, animal or thing) to push forth our intentions more clearly into the Universe.

Anointing oils are usually made of natural herbs, roots and flowers. There are many methods of extraction, but the easiest way to create an herbal oil is to add dried herbs to jojoba oil, olive oil or sweet almond oil. We can allow it to soak in the oil for a few days or place it where the moon or sun too can empower its contents.
Herbs can enchant us with their beauty and perfume. Herbs have been used for magickal purposes since the dawn of time. The herbal aromas transport us to a different level of consciousness, a different time or a far away place in an instant. Use of perfumed oils, candles or incense usually enables us to concentrate on our spell working more intently.

Here are some examples of anointing oil used in Wicca:
Mix 3 parts Patchouli oil with 2 part Musk and 1 part carnation to create corporeal Sabbat oil that is believed to promote communion with the deities present at the ceremony.

If you mix 2 parts frankincense with 1 part Myrrh, 1 part Allspice and 1 drop Clove, you can make a fantastic concoction that may also be used in Sabbats.

To attune with the lunar energies and celebrate the full Moon, use a mixture of 3 parts rose, 1 part jasmine and 1 part sandalwood oil. Anoint the body before the Esbat while absorbing the powerful lunar energy.

Another version of the oil used in full Moon ritual is 3 parts Sandalwood mixed with 2 parts lemon and 1 part rose. This can be used in the ceremonial bath for the evening or placed near the altar and used to anoint candles or the body.

During ceremonies where the Goddess is present, we can honor Her with a version of Goddess oil made with 3 parts rose, 2 parts tuberose, 1 part lemon, 1 part palmarosa and 1 part ambergris.

To honor the Horned God, we can use 2 parts Frankincense, 2 parts cinnamon, 1 part bay, 1 part rosemary and 1 part musk. This oil may be used to anoint a candle representing the Horned God or to invoke the God in rituals.

If a candle or doll represents a person who needs to be healed, we can rub radiant health oil on the diseased part. This oil is made by grinding angelica root, calendula, eucalyptus, lavender, juniper and rosemary and adding two parts jojoba oil plus one part castor oil.
Rose Ariadne has been practicing ancient forms of Witchcraft for over 25 years. Get more info about Wiccan rituals here: http://www.askroseariadne.com/editorials/9annointingoil.html