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Sun Water Water of Notre Dame
Snow Beauty Potion Protection Potion Moon Brew Love Potion #1
Love Perfume Love Potion #3 Love Potion #4 Cat Potion Four Thieves Vinegar

Sun Water

Fill a special glass jar or bottle with spring water,
one with an image of the sun or other related symbol on
it, in the sun from sunrise to sunset, allowing it soak up
its energies. Cover the jar or bottle with a gold piece of
cloth or bag that will hold the energy inside of it, and store
it in a cabinet for later use.

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Water of Notre Dame
Sprinkle about the house to promote peace and tranquility.

Crush 1 oz. of white rose petals in 16 oz. of Spring Water.
Let the rose petals steep for 3 days, strain and bottle the liquid for use.

From Charms, Spells and Formulas by Ray Malbrough

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Snow Beauty Potion

Scoops of newly fallen snow - preferably the first Snow of Winter, melted
Leaves of Holly & Ivy

Fill a beautiful clear decanter half way with the melted snow.
Add the Holly & Ivy leaves. Fill to the top with Vodka.
Place the decanter on a windowsill where it will be able to
absorb moon and star light. Allow it to sit undisturbed for
at least one full moon cycle. Splash a little of this potion
on your face every morning - but it would be just as effective
to use it before going to bed. The magical beauty of that first
lovely snow combined with the moonlight and starlight will be
reflected on your face.

*This Potion is for external use only and do not use it if you are
allergic to any of the ingredients.

From Blame It On the Moon

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Protection Piotion

2 4 C spring water
1 T powdered iron (available at pottery store that sell ironstones)
1 t vervain
2 T sea salt
2 T myrrh
2 T frankincense
a pinch of wolfs hair from a live, shedding wolf (ask a zoo keeper)

Charge all of the ingredients and put the in an enamel pot
that is used strictly for brewing protection potions. Bring
to a slow simmer. Go into instant alpha and move your hands
clockwise over the potion while saying,

I charge this potion to protect ________ from any
positive or negative powers that come to do harm.

Store the potion in a sealed bottle or jar.
When its needed, dab some on both wrists,
your forehead, and behind your neck. You may
also dab it on your car tires and on the doors
and windows of your home.

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Moon Brew

Set a silver bowl filled with water out on the night of a full moon
just as it rises (which will be at sunset). Allow the water to soak
up Lunar rays all night. Just before dawn, arise and retrieve the water.
Place in an earthen jug and cork tightly. (Never expose it to the rays of the
sun). Add to baths for love, to attune with spiritual planes or prior to Lunar
rituals; anoint money to increase wealth; touch to brow to promote psychic awareness.

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Celtic Gods, Goddesses, Kings and Queens

Hafapea's Universe
Lisa's Planet

I collected these recipes over the course of 10 years
and they come from many sources, including
Scott Cunningham's The Complete Book of Incense, Oils & Brews.
Unfortunately, I have forgotten where most of the others came from.
If you know of the origins for any of them, please let me know so that I can credit the source. Thank you.