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Incense Herbs for Sabbats

by Raven and Crone

There are traditional sabbat incense that can be used for celebrating these pagan holidays. Burning incense during a sabbat ritual has a symbolic meaning that helps pagans focus their intention on the purpose of celebrating a wiccan holiday ritual. The spiritual meanings of fragrances will help focus your mind on achieving specific goals for each ritual or magickal working. It also shows reverence to the Goddess and the God and are sometimes chosen because the fragrances are believed to be pleasing to them


CANDLEMAS:
Angelica, basil, bay, benzoin, celandine, heather, myrrh, and all yellow flowers.

SPRING EQUINOX:
Acorn, celendine, cinquefoil, crocus, daffodil, dogwood, Easter lilly, honeysuckle, iris, jasmine, rose, strawberry, tansey, and violets.

BELTANE:
Almond, angelica, ash tree, bluebells, cinquefoil, daisy, frankincense, hawthorn, ivy, lilac, marigold, meadowsweet, primrose, roses, satyrion root,
woodruff, and yellow cowslips.

SUMMER SOLSTICE:
Chamomile, cinquefoil, elder, fennel, hemp, larkspur, lavender, male fern, mugwort, pine, roses, Saint John's wort, wild thyme, wisteria, and verbena.

LAMMAS:
Acacia flowers, aloes, cornstalks, cyclamen, fenugreek, frankincense, heather, hollyhock, myrtle, oak leaves, sunflower, and wheat.

AUTUMN EQUINOX:
Acorns, asters, benzoin, ferns, honeysuckle, marigold, milkweed, mums, myrrh, oak leaves, passionflower, pine, roses, sage, Soloman's seal, and thistles.

SAMHAIN:
Acorns, apples, broom, deadly nightshade, dittany, ferns, flax, fumitory, heather, mandrake, mullein, oak leaves, sage, and straw.

WINTER SOLSTICE:
Bay, bayberry, blessed thistle, cedar, chamomile, evergreen, frankincense, holley, juniper, mistletoe, moss, oak, pine cones, rosemary, and sage.

 

This article was published on Wednesday 01 August, 2012.
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