Animal Spirit Guide – Crow Medicine – The Spellbinders

Thrive On News Spiritual Magazine

The past, the present, the future
I dwell in all of them and at the same time.
I am Crow, master of illusion and keeper of sacred law.
Come share with me the magic I explore.

Crow animal spirit guide

Metaphysical Meaning

Crow / Raven, Dimension shifters and reformers, Masters in Magic, Mystical messages from the desolate places of the universe, Ancient law and wisdom, Omens and Prophecy, Shape shifting, Divination, Limitless, Unseen forces, Personal growth, Knowers of the natural law of magic, Trickster, Personal power and transformation, Occult, The void is their home, Supernatural, World of illusion.

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method and substance

body and mind

rites of nature

bound in time

water from the well

9 ounce will do

leaves from the garden

wild from the woods

young and fair

rosemary and mint

wild ginger and sage

comfort in flavor

powers are true

delight the palate

honor the brew

hourglass is ready

12 minutes are due

be charmed

be careful

drink with delight

the magick unknown

she prepared this night

one more sip

this ancient poison

mysterious she is

her ways to you

sense be vanquished

the witch’s brew

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Herbs and the Seasons.

A Wiccan Witch in the City

Herbs for Every Month. Herbs for Every Month.

Herbs are “devided” in two types: “Warm” and “Cold” herbs – which means herbs that grow in the warm part of the year and, well, herbs that grow on the cold part of year. Use for spells, incence, in tea. You can use fresh or dried up, doesn’t matter as long as you keep a little stack at hand, you never know when you might need some. If it’s for tea, infusions or tintures – if you can – either grow your own or… buy organic from your local suppliers.

Cood Season Herbs – From early Autumn to  late Winter:

  • Chives
  • Cilantro
  • Mint
  • Parsley
  • Rosemary

Warm Season Herbs – From early Spring to late Summer.

  • Basil
  • Chamomile
  • Chives
  • Cilantro
  • Dill
  • Mint
  • Oregano
  • Parsley
  • Rosemary
  • Sage
  • Stevia
  • Sweet Marjoram
  • Tarragon
  • Thyme

If you decide to grow your own garden, pay attention and study a little gardening before…

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Pick some very fresh Rose Petals off the Rose bush in the early morning on a Friday to prepare your own homemade Rose Water to lavish yourself and assist with SpellWork

If you don’t have a place to hand pick them go to your local Florist and buy some just make sure no pesticides have been used on them

You’ll also need Rain Water so if you haven’t already put a large bucket or bin outdoors do so and catch some

Get a heat safe jar with lid the olde fashion Ball jars work well

And a stick something like a Chinese Chop Stick

Colander~Cheesecloth~Tea Kettle

Once you have all your ingredients your ready…

Fill your tea kettle with rain water and bring to a boil

Put the fresh picked Rose Petals in the jar and fill it to the brim

Pour the boiling rain water over the rose petals…

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