Clothing Used in Love Magick Feathers Used in Love Magick
Flowers Used in Love Magick Color Magick Love Spells




Clothing Used in Love Magick



Colors Green, Pink, Rose, Red and Copper
Fabrics Cotton, Linen, Plaid or Tartan, Silk, Satin and Velvet
Prints Moon, Stars, Hearts, Cupids, Arrows and Flowers


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Feathers Used in Love Magick



Red Great fortune in love and passion.
Orange Promise of great delight.
Yellow Beware of an untrue lover.
Green Adventuresome love or a Faery lover.
Blue Love will enliven your days.
Purple Spiritual love.
White Delay; take your time.
Gray Be courteous and polite.
Brown Healthy and hearty love.
Black Hidden secrets and change.
Gray & Black Be careful what you wish for; be sure of what you want.
White & Gray All your wishes in love will come true.
Black & White You’ve avoided a bad love affair.
Blue, Black & White Surprises in love, the unexpected.


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Flowers Used in Love Magick
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Amaranth: To mend a broken heart (carry with you).
Amaryllis (a.k.a. Belladonna): You are beauty.
Anemone: I cast you away.
Angelica: Inspiration and protection. Brings the gift of temperance.
Anise: Awakens subtle energies needed for magick.
Artemesia: Moon Magick, women’s mysteries.
Asters: To attract love (wish for love as you place each seed or seedling into the ground).

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Bachelor Buttons: Wear to attract a bachelor. It will either bloom or wither, depending on the quality of the match.
Balm (a.k.a. Melissa): Soothes away the hurts and pain of love.
Basil: Brings wealth. To arouse sympathy between two people. To ease troubles in a relationship. Fidelity.
Bay Laurel: Opens one to the possibility of great fame and victory in their activities. Burn for visions of love. To attract love. To keep a lover (split a love in half and then, you each keep your half).
Begonia: Helps with premonitions.
Belladonna (a.k.a. Amaryllis): You are beauty.
Betony (lamb’s ear): Protection and children’s magick.
Bluebell: I bind with Faerie Magick.
Borage: Courage, psychic abilities.
Bugle: Health and healing.
Burdock: For cleansing magick and when feeling bad or highly negative about one’s self or others.

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Calendula: Health.
Camellia: Beauty beyond this world.
Chamomile: Prepares the mind and body for magick. Brings peace and relaxation.
Caraway: Chew on it to remain faithful. Toss to aid a bride and groom. To keep your possessions and keep a marriage together.
Catmint: Cat Magick, affection, beauty, and cheerfulness.
Cardinal Flower: To attract a mate within seven days (touch the root to every part of your body). Works especially well for old maids.
Carnation: To mend a broken heart.
Cattail: To regain the enjoyment of sex (for women, carry one with you).
Chrysanthemum: To draw in the magick of love.
Clematis: Beauty of the Underworld and sexual attraction.
Cockscomb: Protection and healing.
Cohosh: Love, protection and courage.
Columbine: A fool’s heart cannot be broken. Courage in love.
Cornflower: Fertility, to draw love and sex. Love-in-abundance. To feel the richness of existence.

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Daffodil: Power of the Faerie Queen and to find love.
Daisy: Lasting love, to love through the Wheel of the Year. To get a lover to return to you (root under your pillow); to attract a new love (flower in your hair). Brings feelings of simplicity, clarity, and playfulness.
Dandelion: Psychic messages of love.
Dill: Protection and prosperity. Use in a bath to make yourself irresistible. For lustful enchantments. Dragon’s Blood: To increase love. The scent is an aphrodisiac (wear one).

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Elecampane: Dispels violence and angry vibrations.

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F

Fennel: Health and purification.
Ferns: Faery Magick and invisibility.
Forget-me-not: To remind a lover of you. Undying love.
Foxglove: To learn about a false love. For use in Faery Magick and protection. To open one’s self to sexual love. Poisonous.

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G

Garlic: Protective charm. Keeps you strong. Brings togetherness to a family.
Gentian: To find a secret love.

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H

Hawthorne: Brings success and happiness in all work-related matters.
Heliotrope: Invisibility.
Hellebore: To open one to the mysteries of different realms of existence. Use with vervain to contact Otherworld beings. Poisonous.
Henbane: Improves one’s faculties of clairvoyance and divination. For men to meet a bride (plant, let ripen and then, harvest while naked and standing on one foot). Poisonous. Hosta: Mystery and health.
Hibiscus: To keep you name and image in your lover’s mind (place on your altar or carry with you). It has other love applications, as well. In fact, it is a versatile as roses are.
Hollyhock: I shall achieve my goals in love.
Honeysuckle: Sweet taste of love.
Hyacinth: To purge your heart of love.

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Indian Paint Brush: Emblem of the Great Spirit’s love for humanity. To attract love (carry in a sachet).
Iris: I bind my love.
Ivy: To bind love and honor.

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Jasmine: To bring abundance of love. Sensual love, pleasure, joy of the senses, enduring physical attraction between two people. Faith. To free a women’s sexual instincts, desire to feel well and look good, and to enjoy the dance of the polarity of existence. To feel more attractive, when a love is new and sweet, or to re-sweeten an old and mature love. For men to find a new love.
Jimson Weed: Releases inhibitions. Call the power of fire and burn for a glimpse of your deepest wishes and desires.

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Lady’s Mantle: Love and romance. A potent love charm for women. To attract love.
Lavender: To learn the secrets of love. Aroma is an aphrodisiac. Protection against domestic abuse. Freshness, cleanliness, honesty, and directness. For unresolved guilt. Power. Counteracts the Evil Eye. To alleviate unresolved guilt. Works in the emotional sphere to shake of feelings of discomfort.
Leeks: Share during a meal to fall in love.
Lemon: Use a heart-shaped cut of the peel as a charm to attract love.
Lilac: To tell if your love is real.
Lily: To cleanse one’ s heart of pain. To stop someone undesirable from pursuing you with love charms. Lily-of-the-valley: Happiness and wisdom.
Lotus (a.k.a. Water Lily): To send water Faeries with messages of love. To ease the pain of love and rediscover that place in your heart that remains virginal and unaffected. To soothe a troubled heart.
Lovage: Use in a bath to attract a new love. To inspire romance.

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Maidenhair Fern: Make a potion to enhance womanly beauty and grace. (Wear, don’t drink.) Poisonous. Mallow: To get a lover who left you to return. (Place a vase of them where your lover could possibly enter, such as outside the front door or in a bedroom window.) To soften your character. Makes women softer and more feminine, makes men appreciate life’s small pleasures and beauty. Use in baths and potions.
Mandrake: Mystical plant. Luck charm for fertility and protection. Poisonous.
Marigold: I must leave you.
Marjoram: To accept profound changes in one’s life.
Meadowsweet: To attract and cheer the heart to love.
Melissa (a.k.a. Balm): Soothes away the hurts and pain of love.
Mint: Prosperity. To remove excessive heat from emotions and situations (use in a tea). Monarda: Success and prosperity.
Monkshood: Chases away pain, both physical and emotional (burn, then sprinkle to the wind). Poisonous.
Morning Glory: Power, protection, love and banishing.
Mugwort: For protection and happiness during travel and the holidays. (Carry in a sachet.)
Myrtle: To keep peace in your home and love within its walls (plant one either side of your home). To keep love vibrant between old lovers (carry as a sachet).

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Narcissus: I love myself more than you.
Nasturtium: I trust my love.
Nettle: To resolve “prickly” situations, such as, petty jealousy, envy, slanderous gossip, etc.
Nicotiana: Moon Magick, healing, cleansing.
Nightshade: To free your energy so that you can discover what it is you truly want to do. Poisonous.

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O

Orange Blossom: To ensure wedded bliss. To attract a good love-making experience (use in a bath).
Orchid: Night love and mystery. Fertility. Aphrodisiac.

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P

Pansy: Dreams of love. To make love grow. To enrich your attractiveness (carry or wear one).
Parsley: To improve physical well-being, restore health, strength and vitality (can be used in tea). To heal a broken heart.
Phlox: To show love for another.
Petunias: Power and cheer.
Peony: I draw love unabashedly.
Poppy: To send moon Faeries to whisper your name.
Primrose: To appear youthful and loving.

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R

Rose (general): Love; the Goddess.
Austrian Rose: To bring the look of beauty to each of us.
Bridal Rose: To bind a marriage spell to least for eternity.
Burgundy Rose: To bind dreams of you in your lover’s mind.
Cabbage Rose: To remind your lover of you via scent.
Pink Rose: To begin a love affair and to increase self-love. Friendship and romance.
Provencal Rose: To charm a lover into seeing your face in their dreams.
Red, White, and Pink Roses Together: To promote fertility.
Red Rose: The Goddesses Cerridwen, Macha, and Morgain will bless you with love. Eternal love and passion.
Rose Leaf: To mend a broken heart.
Single Rose: To bring a new lover into your life.
Thornless Rose: To rid a love affair of arguments and trouble.
Tudor Rose: To bring sovereignty and peace to your home.
White Rose: To grant the love of Oomah, the Faery Queen. Pure love.
Withered Red Rose: To rid your mind of an unfaithful lover.
Withered White Rose: To release the painful memories of a love passed away.
Yellow Rose: To tell if a lover has been untrue, or to see who is gossiping about you. Tenderness and jealousy.
Rose Buds (with thorns and leaves): To keep a wrong and unwanted lover away.
Moss Rose Bud: To draw the light from the planet Venus to charge a written spell.
Red Rose Bud: To wear in a wedding. To attract passion.
White Rose Bud: To bring the Faery Queen’s blessing upon your love relationship.
Rosemary: Remembrance, cleansing, love and health. Very happy little herb. Brings contentment and love. Uplifts spirits.
Rue: To help you see people’s mistakes – yours and those of others (hang dry indoors, out of sight).

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S

Sage: Wisdom. Brings health and beauty. For all-around improvement magick. Purity and energy cleansings.
Skullcap: Relaxation.
Soapwort: Cleansings.
Solomon’s Seal: Protection and banishing unwanted spirits.
Speedwell: To send love fast and far.
Strawberries: Perfection.
Sunflower: To win a love. To invoke the presence of a very strong man into your life. Affluence and grandeur. Follows the sun during the course of the day. Use for strength and vitality, and to enhance masculine energy, for courage and action, to add strength to active, expanding incantations, and to improve your self-image.
Sweet Violet: To become tender, soft, and vulnerable.
Sweet Woodruff: Protective charm for athletes.

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T

Tansy: Vigor and long life. Thistle: To improve your love making skills (for men, carry with you).
Thyme: New projects. Inspires courage and strength. Use before handling difficult situations. To gather your energies and focus them on the situation at hand. To prepare for magick. To reveal the difficulties in a situation. Tulip: To claim your love. To mend a broken heart. To bring the qualities of simplicity, firmness, and honesty back into a relationship.

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V

Valerian: For Dream and reconciliation Magick.
Vervain: To open one’s self to a new love.
Violet: To balance the mind of a lover. Faery Magick, protection from enchantment. To become a vulnerable and soft woman. To attract a woman.

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Water Lily (a.k.a. Lotus): To send water Faeries with messages of love. To ease the pain of love and rediscover that place in your heart that remains virginal and unaffected. To soothe a troubled heart.
White Lily: Symbolizes the spiritual life. Use to elevate one’s self above the stresses of everyday life. To purify a love affair. To open your heart to new values and meanings. (Perhaps you’ve just ended a relationship and you feel that next time it should be different.) Works very well with Stone Magick, especially with rubies.
Wisteria: To shower love everywhere.
Witch Hazel: Brings charm, attractiveness, and irresistibility.
Wormwood: Brings vitality (good for after draining sessions of magick) in incantations, etc.

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Y

Yarrow: All-purpose Witch’s herb. As a “pick-me-up.” To re-energize love, etc.

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Z

Zinnia: Friendship.


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