Juniper berry magical properties – Juniper is a cleansing plant. It can be used to cleanse magical tools or ritual locations. It has a strong defensive quality and is capable of dispelling harmful energy and beings. It’s frequently used as incense in healing rituals and to cleanse the sick room. It aids concentration and focus during meditation. It’s also been linked to divination and prophesy. Juniper can be used in rites of passage and during shamanic travels to the Otherworld as a protector. It’s a fantastic herb for connecting with nature’s deities and spirits.
It dispels any bad energy in its immediate vicinity and promotes new development and energy. It is burned in exorcism rites to defend against evil spirits and people. It guards against theft when hung around the house, and when carried on the person, it protects against accidents and attacks. It is claimed to protect against ghosts and disease, as well as increasing male potency. Juniper boosts psychic abilities and breaks hexes and curses when burned; it is also claimed to drive snakes away.
– Juniper was one of the first incenses employed by witches in the Mediterranean. Juniper leaves and dried berries were used to make it.
– Incense made from juniper and thyme was used by the Druids for visions.
– To attract lovers, wear the berries on a string.
– To boost male fertility, carry the berries.
– Juniper oil will attract wealth and money to you.
– To deter burglars, plant juniper around your home, especially near doorways.
Juniper was one of the most promising and successful protectors when the Black Death ravaged Europe. It was, nonetheless, regarded as a keeper of the portal between this world and the next. It was supposed, like Yew, to nourish the souls of the deceased until they were ready to reincarnate. As a result, they were frequently planted on gravestones. They also played a part in Egypt’s mysteries of the dead. Juniper berries were discovered in sarcophagi and even in the hands of one of the pharaohs, as if he planned to pay the ferryman with these seeds. It was claimed to help find lost items, protect against venomous monsters, and protect against fainting and weakening spells.