Blending Your Own Incense

Although now days it easier to buy already mix and blended incense it is still a good idea to mix your own for special ritual. Now there is nothing wrong with premixed Incense it does the job, the only issues you may feel is important is that you don’t know what energy the incense picks up. The only way you can be 100% sure that your incense is blended using the correct energy for it purpose.

Below is a list of common Incense Blends, which are perfect for any ritual and are very simple to make.

Please note some ingredince can cause an allergic reactions

Abramelin Incense

2 Parts Myrrh
1 Part Wood Aloe
a few drops Cinnamon Oil

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

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 and concentration, or to end drug addiction. Smoulder during divinatory rituals.

All Purpose Incense

1 tbsp rosemary
1 tbsp cinnamon
Dry peel of one lemon
1 tsp thyme
1 tsp almond extract
1 tsp lemon extract
5 drops of favorite scent (essential oil)

ALTAR INCENSE

(General incense on altar to purify area and to promote ritual consciousness during rituals.)
3 parts frankincense
2 parts myrrh
1 part cinnamon

Aries Incense

2 Parts Frankincense
1 Part Juniper
3 Drops Cedar wood oil

Burn as a personal altar or household incense to increase your own powers.

Astral Travel Incense

3 Parts Sandalwood
3 Parts Benzoin
1 part Mugwort
1 Part Dittany of Crete

Burn a small amount in the room to aid projecting the astral body.

Aquarius Incense

1 Part Sandalwood
1 Part Cypress
1 Part Pine Resin

Burn as a personal altar or household incense to increase your own powers.

Banishing Incense

Bay leaves
cinnamon
Red wine
Rose petals
Myrrh
Salt

Eliminates all bad spirit forces. Should be burned in a ceremonial room during services. Also used in uncrossing (removes evil forces and hexes).

Beltane Incense

3 Parts Frankincense
2 Parts Sandalwood
1 Part Woodruff
1 Part Rose petals
a few drops Jasmine oil
a few drops neroli Oil

Burn during Wiccan rituals on Beltane or May Day for fortune, favours and to attune with the changing of the seasons.

Cancer Incense

2 Parts Myrrh
1 Part sandalwood
1 Part Eucalyptus
1 part Lemon peel
(or a few drops of lemon oil)

Use as a personal altar or household incense to increase your own powers.

Capricorn Incense

2 Parts Sandalwood
1 Part Benzoin
a few drops Patchouli Oil

Use as a personal altar or household incense to increase your own powers.

Ceremonial Magick Incense

3 Parts Frankincense
2 Parts Gum Mastic
1 Part Wood Aloe

This formula is from the Key Of Solomon is typical of grimoire type recipes. It can be used in general magickal workings to raise power & to purify the area. Other recipes include such ingredients as mace, Brandy and Vervain.

Divination Incense

1 Part Clove
1 Part Chicory
1 Part Cinquefoil

Smoulder during or directly before using Tarot cards, Runes, etc. But beware: this incense doesn’t smell good!

Dream Incense

2 Parts Sandalwood
1 Part Rose petals1 Part Camphor
few drops Tuberose bouquet
few drops Jasmine oil

Burn a bit in the bedroom prior to sleep to produce psychic dreams. Remove the censer from the room before retiring. Use only genuine camphor

Earth Incense

2 parts pine resin or needles
1 part patchouli
1 pinch finely powdered salt
a few drops cypress oil

Burn for invoking the powers of the element of earth for money, stability, etc

Esbat Incense

4 Parts Frankincense
3 Parts Myrrh
2 Parts benzoin
1 Part sandalwood
1 Part Gardenia petals
1/2 Part Orris
1/2 Part thyme
1/2 part Poppy Seed
1/2 part Rose petals

Fire Incense

3 parts frankincense
2 parts Dragon’s Blood
1 part red sandalwood
1 pinch saffron
a few drops musk oil

Smoulder for summoning the powers and beings of Fire. Also use for success, strength, protection, health, passion and other similar goals. Genuine Saffron is expensive, so only a pinch. You can use Orange peel instead

Full Moon Ritual Incense

2 parts Sandalwood
2 parts Frankincense
1/2 part Gardenia petals
1/4 part Rose petals
a few drops Ambergris oil

Burn during Esbats or simply at the time of the Full Moon to attune with the Goddess.

Gemini Incense

2 Parts Gum Mastic
1 Part Citron -or-
1 Part mixed Orange and Lemon peel
1/2 Part Mace

Use as a personal altar or household incense to increase your powers.

Goddess Incense

1/2 dram Cypress oil
1/2 dram Olive oil
1/2 oz dried rose petals
1/2 oz White willow bark
3 dried Rowan berries
1 tsp anise seeds

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