Ambrosia Love Potion

1/2 tsp. dried Lavender (ground)
1/2 vanilla pod
2 cloves
1 stick cinnamon
1/2 liter of Red wine

Mix the lavender, vanilla, cloves, cinnamon and wine in a pot, allow to simmer and stand for 15 minutes. Strain and serve warm or cold.

As you drink the wine, say together:

"May our love blossom.
May be wlays speak from the heart,
With love and respect for each other.
All is one."

Amatory Necromancy Incense

1 part Vervain herb
1 part Wormwood herb
1 part powdered Sandalwood or Rose Petals
1 part Dittany of Crete
1 part gum benzoin
Few drops of Olive Oil
Few drops of Red Wine
few drops of honey
Few drops of blood

Many, many plants have historically been associated with the dead and the spirit world; often these were grave goods, or plants traditionally grown in cemeteries.

The plant traditionally associated with raising the dead is the yew, but there are many other plants which are associated with the dead for the purpose of summoning the spirits, most often to entice the spirit into answering questions about the future. The magical incense burned by witches to attract spirits and help the materialize is known as a "suffumigation".

Various plants were used in suffumigations, including anise, dried carnation flowers, amaranth flowers, and gardenia petals, dittany of Crete, frankincense, heather, pipsissewa, sweetgrass, and wormwood. Dittany, in particular, was considered an excellent base; spirits would appear in the center of the smoke. Balm of gillead was also burned as a material basis for spirits. Asafoetida destroys the spirit manifestations when thrown into the fire (although I've also found information that it pulls in negative spirits).

Sandalwood is very commonly combined with other herbs for conjuring spirits. Wormwood, mixed with sandalwood, should be burned while in a graveyard. This will cause the spirits of the dead there to rise and speak. Crushed willow bark with sandalwood should be burned outdoors during the waning moon for conjuring. Sandalwood and frankincense is burned during seances. Lavender is also mixed with sandalwood for spirit summoning.

An incense for summoning recalcitrant spirits consists of three parts wormwood and one part Solomon's Seal. This is good for human dead who are not in very helpful moods. An incense for summoning spirits which were in a depressed state when they died consists of three parts wormwood and one part vervain. This is also good for people who are not aware they are dead. This will not only call them, but will also lighten their mood. The ancient Greeks believed that wormwood should be burned on a fire of privet in order to summon the dead, since a fire of privet was thought to open the doors of the Underworld.

Altar Incense 2

32 parts wood base
16 parts Frankincense
8 parts Sandalwood
4 parts Myrrh
8 parts Cinnamon
4 parts Orris root
2 parts charcoal

Altar Incense 1

3 parts Frankincense
2 parts Myrrh
1 part Cinnamon

Burn as a general incense on the altar to purify the area.

Alsatian Sex - Male

Musk (main)
Ambergris (minor)
Muguet (trace)

Worn by men to sexually arouse and attract women.

Alsatian Sex - Female

Musk (main)
Civet (main)
Ambergris (main)
Patchouli (trace)

Created for women to sexually attract men. Worn as a personal oil.

All Saints Powder


Attracts all the good spirits to its user and assists in bringing forth psychic power. Use liberally both on your body and on the altar. (All Saint's Oil: To bring success, add to incense and anoint candles used in rituals).

All Saint's Oil

To 2 oz. of base oil add equal parts:


All Purpose Ritual Incense

3 parts each of Orris Root, Patchouli, and Benzoin
5 parts each of cinnamon and Myrrh
15 parts each of Sandalwood and Frankincense

Divination Potions

Divination Bath

3 parts Thyme
2 parts Yarrow
2 parts Rose
1 part Patchouli
1 part Nutmeg

Bathe in this mixture directly before practicing any form of divination, to relax the conscious mind and to stimulate psychic awareness.

Divination Incense

2 parts Sandalwood
1 part Orange
1 part Mace
1 part Cinnamon

Burn during divination rituals.

Divination Incense 2

2 parts Sandalwood
1 part Orange
1 part Mace
1 part Cinnamon

Burn before and during divination.

Fire of Azrael Incense

1 part Sandalwood
1 part Cedar
1 part Juniper
1/2 part Saltpeter

Burn prior to divination and scrying.

Moonfire Incense

1 part Rose
1 part Orris
1 part Bay
1 part Juniper
1 part Dragon's Blood
1/2 part Saltpeter

Burn for divination, love and harmony.

Scrying Incense

1 part Mugwort
1 part Wormwood

Burn a small amount prior to divination.

Witches Sight Incense

1 part each:
Gum mastic
few drops Musk oil
few drops Ambergris oil

For Tarot readings, crystal ball readings, meditating.

All Night Long


A combination of oils said to completely relieve sexual problems and inhibitions, Said to simultaneously relax and inflame.

Algiers Powder


Rub on the body to attract love and gambling luck. Used for the same purpose as Algiers floorwash; to obtain good fortune in love affairs and gambling. Powder is applied to the body before seeing a lover and to the hands before gambling. Floorwash is mixed with water and sprinkled about the house to remove bad influences hindering success.

Algiers Attraction Powder (Tarostar)

1/2 part rice flour and cornstarch
1/4 part light yellow powder paint
1/4 part of a mixture of:
powdered Frankincense,
powdered Myrrh,
powdered Jasmine
powdered basil
powdered Tangerine rind
powdered nutmeg
powdered cinnamon

Agarbatti Chandan Incense


A powerful concentrate burned while trying to overcome adversity. (Use before doing any betting. Pray for success while burning, add oils)

African Ju Ju Powder


Sprinkle on various parts of the body. Makes the user more intuitive. Aids in psychic development. A potent ingredient. (Powerful help in crossing. Use with all crossing rituals and spells.)

Charcoal Block Recipe

In order to burn loose incense or resins you need a charcoal briquette. Now, I know these things are sometimes expensive depending on where you by yours and if you use as many as I do, they really get expensive! But, you can make your own charcoal briquettes. And, if you are really energetic and have the time and space, you could consider a small charcoal making business.

( To use this recipe safely and effectively, you should be in an area where burning wood is permissible such as on your own land or in your own fireplace at home. )

To Begin: Burn several branches or logs of hard wood (ash or oak is best). Allow the wood to incinerate completely and wait until it cools down. Take the chunks and grind them with a mortar and pestle until the charcoal is a fine powder and you have 3 ounces of it. Measure out the 3 ounces and put it in a wooden or glass bowl.

Take one tablespoon of Gum Arabic (you can find this at your local herb store or art supply store) and mix it with 1 cup of water. Boil this in a saucepan for 5 minutes. Put it in a jar or plastic bowl and seal it. It can be re-used. Keep refrigerated.

Get your bowl of powdered charcoal and add 10% salt peter (potassium nitrate). You may have to call around to find salt peter. It is usually available in most new age shops. Mix your charcoal and salt peter together
thoroughly. Add 1 teaspoon of your Gum Arabic and water mixture to your charcoal and salt peter and mix thoroughly. Your mixture should the consistancy of dough (similar to bread dough).

Wen you feel you have the right consistancy, shape your charcoal dough into spheres and set on wax paper. Flatten out your spheres and use a shot glass or small round cookie cutter to cut into round blocks. You might make a small impression in the center of the block to hold the incense.

Allow drying and curing. This will take approximately 3-7 days. Go outside to test.

NOTE: The rule of thumb is to NEVER EVER add more than 10% salt peter to your mixture, ie 3oz=3/10 oz of salt peter. Too much salt peter will cause your block to poof and burn too quickly. Not enough salt peter, and your block won't burn at all. If on your test the block does not burn , try adding another small pinch to a new mixture in addition to your 10% or adding less than 10% if it burns too quick. If you increase the amount of charcoal you use, be sure to also increase your Gum Arabic mixture and your salt peter. Be careful that you don't burn yourself. HAVE FUN!

Air Incense

4 parts benzoin
2 parts Gum Mastic
1 part Lavender
1 pinch Wormwood
1 pinch Mistletoe

Burn to invoke the powers of the element of Air, or to increase intellectual powers; to obtain travel; for communication, study & concentration, or to end drug addiction. Smolder during divinatory rituals.

Adonis's Ardor

8 drops jasmine
3 drops musk
3 drops vanilla

This mixture is designed to stimulate and prolong sexuality and stamina. It's one of my favorites. It's obviously not to be taken internally.


Blue Tansy



Abramelin Oil

1 part Myrrh
2 parts Cinnamon
1/2 part Galangal
1-3/4 part finest Olive Oil

Use on your altar and your altar candles to lift vibrations to a higher spiritual level.

Abramelin Incense (another version)

1 part Olibanum (Frankincense)
1/2 part Storax
1/4 part Lignum Aloes or Cedar or Rose or Citron wood

Burn to aid in psychic development, a great advantage to all spells and rituals. Adds power and focus to your concentration.

Abramelin Incense

2 parts Myrrh
1 part Wood Aloe
Few drops of Cinnamon Oil

Burn to contact spirits during rituals or as a simple consecration incense to sanctify the altar or magickal tools.