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What You Should Know About Anointing Oils

Wicca spell anointing oils are commonly used in Wicca ceremonies or rituals. The word ‘anoint’ is to massage or rub a substance on to an item or person such as tools, supplies or candles etc. Anointing oils are mostly used in Wicca spells to increase connection and communication to deities during Esbats or Sabbats. If you are interested in knowing how to use anointing oils during Wicca spells, this article will help.

When a Wicca spell is being performed, oils are sometimes used to attune with the energies from the Sun and Moon. They are also used to pay honor to the Goddess and God of the Wicca religion during rituals. Some Wicca followers may also use anointing oils to empower the candle.

Anointing oils are made up of a combination of flowers, roots, and natural herbs. If you wondering how to create herbal oils, well you can add your dried herbs to sweet almond oil, jojoba oil or olive oil. You must then allow the herbs to soak thoroughly in the oil for three to five days. Herbs are commonly used in Wicca spells and they can enchant us with their perfume and beauty. The aromas of herbs bring us to a higher and different level of consciousness. Basically they enable one to focus and concentrate more on the Wicca spell that is being carried out.

Some examples of Wicca announcing oil used in Wicca spells are as follows:

  • Those who wish to honor the Goddess; you can honor her with a Goddess oil version, by mixing three parts tuberose, three parts rose, one part palmarosa, one part ambergris, and one part lemon.
  • When performing a ritual to celebrate the full moon and to help you get attuned with the moon’s lunar energies, you can create anointed oil by mixing three rose parts, one part sandal wood oil, and one part jasmine. It is necessary that you anoint the person’s body before the Esbat to ensure that he or she absorbs the lunar energy.
  • To create concoction oil that is commonly used in Sabbats, you are required to add two parts frankincense with one part Myrrh, one clove drop, and one part All spice.
  • Mix three parts of Patchouli oil with two parts Musk plus one part or carnation to make the corporeal Sabbat oil. This particular oil is believed to promote a communion with the deities at the ritual.

The latter are just a few examples of Wicca anointing oils used during Wicca ceremonies. Whatever occasion you are celebrating, there are specific oils for these ceremonies. Thus, it is imperative that you understand how to create and use anointing oils in Wicca spells for this is a criterion in Wicca rituals. If these oils are created incorrectly, they can disrupt the ceremony and ritual making it ineffective. Thus, it is recommended that you first do an in depth research of the various anointed oils used in Wicca ceremonies and its purposes.

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