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TANGERINE: This herb is good for promoting energy, strength, and vitality. Awakens joy and dissolves negativity.

TANSY: Good for health, invisibility, longevity; keeps evil out of the home. Place a small amount in the shoe or add an infusion of tansy to bath to keep the law away.

TARRAGON: Good herb for healing in abuse situations, compassion magick for others. Use for consecrating chalices.

TEA LEAVES: Use in talismans for courage or strength. Use as a base for luck drinks. Burn leaves to ensure future riches.

TEA TREE: Eliminating confusion and increasing harmony.

THISTLE: Good for healing, protection. Use in sachets or amulets to aid in speedy recovery from surgery or illness. Hang in the home to ward off thieves and unwanted visitors.

This herb has a great value in protection spells and is also used to bring spiritual and financial blessings.

The Thistle can be carried in an amulet bag for joy, energy, vitality, and for protection. In fact, men who carry thistles become better lovers! Thistles can be burned as an incense for protection and also to counteract hexing spells.

Thistle power can also be added to ritual baths to give added protection. This herb can be grown in the garden to ward off those dreaded vegetable thieves, and a bowl of fresh Thistles will give off such good strengthening energies that it is the perfect thing to have in the sickroom.

Thistles is a wonderful material to use to make magick wands for spirit conjuring and magickal walking stick. In England, the wizards of old were said to select the tallest Thistle and use it as a wand or walking stick.

THYME: Attracts loyalty, affection, and the good opinion of others. Wear a sprig to ward off unbearable grief or provide strength and courage when needed.

Burn or hang in the home for banishing, purification, and to attract good health for all occupants.

Use in cleansing baths prior to working candle magick. Use in dream pillows to ward off nightmares and to ensure restful sleep.

Add a thyme infusion to the bath regularly to ensure a constant flow of money. Place in a jar and keep in the home or at the office for good luck. Also known as: Common Thyme, or Garden Thyme.

TOADFLAX: Good for protection, and hex breaking.

TOADSTOOL: Used for rain magick.

TOBACCO: Promotes peace, confidence, and personal strength. Also used for banishing. Mix with salt and burn with a black candle to win a court case.

TOMATO: Good for love spells.

TONKA BEAN: The magickal uses include rituals and spells for love, wishes, and courage. Worn to gain prosperity and courage. Carried to grant luck and protect from disease and/or to attract love.

Promotes the accomplishment of goals. Keep on the alter when performing love magic to enhance intent. Carry in a red flannel bag to attract good fortune and financial success, especially when attending business negotiations or job interviews.

A favorite hoodoo good luck charm to make wishes come true.

Also known as: Tonqua, Tonqua Bean, Tonquin Bean,

Wish Beans, and Coumaria Nut.

TRUE UNICORN ROOT: Good for hex-breaking, uncrossing, and protection against evil and malevolent magick.

TUBEROSE: Used for sensuality, serenity, and calming nerves. Brings peace to the mind and heart, enhances the capacity for emotional depth. Add to sachets designed to increase psychic abilities. Use in love magick to awaken erotic feelings and attract love and romance. Wear or carry to attract inspiration. Also called: Mistress of the Night.

TURNIP: Good for ending relationships.


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Fundamentals of Magick

Fundamentals of Magick

Magick is the art and practice of moving natural energies to effect needed or wanted change. Magick is natural, there is absolutely nothing supernatural about it. What is taught here are various techniques of magick for beginners. Magick is natural and simple and the techniques to develop abilities should be simple and natural as well. What is taught on this site is not only the basics of magick, but the basics of many things.

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