Used as an all-purpose blend for all types of magic and spells or to enhance the magic of other oils and ingredients. It contains a well-balanced blend of herbs and oils that approach a variety of conditions and situations in the Hoodoo tradition. Use it when you’re not sure what oil you need the most or have several circumstances to tackle. Due to its flexibility, can be utilized when you have run out of another ingredient. Alone, use in spells focused on having a well-balanced life. Angelica, hyssop, lavender, frankincense, blessed thistle, mandarin oil, vanilla absolute, bay oil, patchouli oil, and other herbs and essential oils. soy candle
My jar candles are meant for intention, prayer, spiritual, vigil, ritual, and spell work and have each been blessed for their intended use. If it is not possible for you to leave a candle burning all the time, I tell my clients to simply thank the candle before blowing it out then restate their intentions the next time they light it.
Papa Gee’s NOTES: when I make my spiritual candles, they are usually poured only 3 at a time, 6 at the maximum – so that I can give close attention to the energy being placed in them. I use soy wax and 8.5 ounce amber glass jars and real essential oils. Burn time is around 45 hours.
Since many of the ingredients and not usually used in candle making, there is the dilemma of how to get those important, magical ingredients into the candle. I take any herbs, roots, minerals, or other ingredients that are NOT an essential oil and place them in a stuffable tea bag. It is then sealed and placed in the melted wax to steep where the herbs and roots can mingle with the wax. Then, the essential oils are added and all ingredients are stirred together. For example, in my money drawing candle, there is actual MONEY steeped into the wax.
Each is colored slightly according to its purpose and sprinkled with a finishing touch of herbs on the top of each candle. Next, the jars are given a final cleaning and labeled. They are then taken to my altar in our sanctuary where they are blessed and smudged.