Magickal Properties of Common Culinary Items

Many of the edibles and spices in your home have various magickal associations. Here is a brief alphabetized listing of some of the items in your kitchen and their correspondences: Alfalfa sprouts: frugality, providence

Alfalfa sprouts: frugality, providence

Anise: love, enthusiasm

Bacon: financial prosperity

Banana: male fertility

Bay leaves: energy, health

Beef: grounding, abundance

Bread: kinship, sustenance

Carrot: vision, the God aspect

Celery: foundations, peace

Chicken: health, new beginnings

Coffee: conscious mind, alertness

Eggs: fertility, hope

Honey: creativity, joy, well-being

Lemon: cleansing, longevity, devotion

Mint: rejuvenation, money

Olive: peace, spirituality

Pineapple: hospitality, protection

Potato: healing, foundations, earth energy

Rice: blessings, fertility, weather magick (rain)

Thyme: fairy folk, health, romance

Vinegar: purification Wine: celebration, happiness

Singer, Marian; MacGregor, Trish (2004-08-06). The Only Wiccan Spell Book You’ll Ever Need: For Love, Happiness, and Prosperity (p. 84). F+W Media, Inc.. Kindle Edition.

Another Definition – Book of Shadows

BOS

Wiccan Wonderings: What is a Book of Shadows? Also known as a Grimoire, this is a handy reference item. A Witch’s guide and magickal diary, a Book of Shadows is what Witches use to record their observations and experiences. It includes everything from successful spellcraft formulas to the proper preparation of potions and timing for talismans. The Book of Shadows is akin to a bible for the Witch, who will turn to it again and again for insights, ideas, and tried-and-true recipes.

Singer, Marian; MacGregor, Trish (2004-08-06). The Only Wiccan Spell Book You’ll Ever Need: For Love, Happiness, and Prosperity (p. 26). F+W Media, Inc.. Kindle Edition.