This Elixr of Life is a concoction inspired by St Germain, a spiritual symbol to so many yet has been criticized due to his endless channeling though so many humans for so long after his passing. I am here to say I am open to his infinite love. Deemed as the “wonderman” of Europe, “the man who knows everything and never dies”. It was told he lived to age 300 years, never aging, partially due to the mysterious Elixir and other alchemical substances he created and was a powerful healer in the age of Atlantis. It is said he is the originator and gifter of the teachings and gifting of the sacred Violet flame of Transmutation to humanity.
“He currently lives in both the Higher Realms; as the Lord of the Seventh Ray, the Violet Ray of freedom, alchemy, justice, mercy and transmutation, and in earthly dimension; by physically appearing from time to time, and through his direct influence and instruction to people he has selected to be his “assistants”. Soon Saint Germain will reign as the leader of the Golden Age, the Age of Aquarius, when our planet Earth ascends into the 5th dimension. The New Frequencies for Ascension flooded the earth in December 2012. There will now be a “deconstruction/reconstruction” period of approximately 25 years before the Golden Age is fully manifest, however, many people will live in the new state of consciousness much sooner. ” –http://ascension-saintgermain.com/
E l i x r o f L i f e
b y S t e l l a P e r i s h
Blessed and consummated on the evening of October 31st Two Thousand and Sixteen.
☨ Angelica ☨
Angelica assists ascending initiates in the redistribution of resources upon a biological level so that all cells receive enough sugar, water and oxygen to subsist; along with the amino acids, lipids or minerals required to transmute to the crystalline form. In essence, Angelica assists initiates in embodying unity consciousness biology. If one is having difficulty with certain cells embracing the unity blueprint, one may call upon our kingdom; or ingest the herb is one is so guided from within.
Very powerful protection herb – protects against negative energy and attracts positive energy; creates a barrier against negative energy. Use in healing & exorcism incenses; scatter for purification, protection, and uncrossing. Add to incense to promote healing or to the bath to remove curses, hexes, or spells. Also thought to promote temperance. Sprinkle ground herb in the shoes to prevent tiredness and weakness. Sprinkle around the outside perimeter of the home for protection and exorcism. Burn to bring a lost love back to you.
Angelica is a plant. The root, seed, and fruit are used to make medicine. Angelica is used for heartburn, intestinal gas (flatulence), loss of appetite (anorexia), arthritis, circulation problems, “runny nose” (respiratory catarrh), nervousness, plague, and trouble sleeping (insomnia).
Also Called: Masterwort, Archangel, Garden Angel, Angelica Root
☨ Senna ☨
Scientifically known as Arabic Sana, this is a large genus of flowering plants native throughout the tropics, with a small number of species reaching into temperate regions. It is known well as a laxative, and has been found to be helpful with the spleen, liver, anemia, typhoid, cholera, jaundice, gout, rheumatism, tumors, bronchitis, leprosy, dysentery, skin disorders, dyspepsia, and cough. Used to draw love from someone unaware of your interest, also for faithful love.
☨ Aloe Vera ☨
Protection and luck. Place on the grave of a loved one to promote peaceful energy. Thought to relieve loneliness and assist with success. Hang in the home to attract luck and protection for those who live there. Grow in the home to provide protection from household accidents. Burn on the night of a full moon to bring a new lover by the new moon.
Contains healthy plant compounds. Has antioxidant and antibacterial properties. Accelerates the healing of burns. Reduces dental plaque. Helps treat mouth ulcers, or canker sores. Reduces constipation. May improve skin and help prevent wrinkles.
Also Called: Burn Plant, Medicine Plant
☨ Turkey Rhubarb ☨
In traditional China, rhubarb root was used for curing stomach ailments, relieving severe constipation, and as a poultice for fevers and swelling. Aids: Chronic constipation, diarrhea, inflammation of the colon liver and gallbladder, hemorrhoids, menstrual complaints, skin eruptions due to toxin build-ups, high cholesterol levels, poor appetite poor blood circulation, pain from swelling or inflammation bacterial infections, auto-immune reactions. According to literature, women who are pregnant or lactating and people with intestinal blockages should not use medicinal rhubarb remedies.
Promotes Protection, Fidelity
☨ Myrrh ☨
The dried resin is collected and, most frequently, burned as an incense. The scent of myrrh is well loved and was used in the religious ceremonies of the ancients in many cultures. It was so revered that it was written into the myths surrounding the birth of the Christ child.
In ancient Egypt, myrrh was burned at noon as an offering to Ra, and the temples of Isis were also fumigated with myrrh. It was also, at one time, used in their embalming mixtures and they burned pellets of myrrh to repel fleas. Archeological evidence indicates that myrrh was carried in small pouches that wealthy persons hung around the neck for fragrance. The Ebers Papyrus, believed to have been found in the necropolis outside Thebes, provides evidence of Egyptian medicinal use of myrrh. This ancient document contains as many as 800 medicinal recipes using such plants as myrrh, peppermint, aloe, castor oil , and numerous other herbs in common use today. Myrrh remains an essential herbe in today’s rituals of death and dying. We should consider myrrh as capable of providing access to the mysteries of death and rebirth.
Myrrh purifies the area, lifts the vibrations aids contemplation and meditation and creates peace. However, it is seldom burned alone; usually in conjunction with frankincense or other resins. Myrrh increases the power of any incense to which it is added.
Myrrh is also included in healing incenses and sachets, and its smoke is used to consecrate, purify and bless objects such as amulets, talismans, charms, and magical tools. It also aids meditation and contemplation. The essential oil can be added to blends designed to enhance spirituality and meditation. It is also used in healing mixtures.
Myrrh helps one understand the nature of being spiritually aware. It not only assists in expanding your wisdom, but provides a gentle comfort from the Universe as one moves further into the mysteries. It must always be remembered that the mysteries do not lead to happiness: there are as many mysteries of sorrow and of death as there are of joy and birth.
There are few herbes so useful in working through personal sorrows and tragedies. Myrrh is of unequalled value for those recovering from sexual abuse, whether incestuous or not. Myrrh brings comfort to those who have lost a loved one; whose troubled hearts need the healing strength of understanding the mystery of death. Myrrh will help ease the troubled soul in its grieving. The simplest method of seeking sacred relief is by working with a candle, which has been anointed with an oil of myrrh. In this way one might bring ease to many who would otherwise shun herbal magick.
Most useful in ritual work, myrrh helps one perceive the way patterns of energy move throughout the Circle. The mind is more able to see the overlaying patterns created by the ritual choreography and discern the nuances of the magick’s texture and power. A practitioner who uses myrrh in ritual will have a heightened awareness of the energy flow within both worlds. In addition to being used in the ritual incense, myrrh water may be used in aspurging the Circle and the oil is one of the best for dressing one’s temple candles.
Associated with many deities, a wash may be made (a myrrh tea) which is superior for consecrating pearls. Although not always recommended for sacred use, a pearl’s magick is enhanced and an aura of protection added when consecrated with myrrh. In the minor arcana, myrrh helps one understand both the Queen cards and the Three cards of all four suits. In the major arcana, myrrh is corresponded with the Wheel of Fortune card.
Although not widely used in this manner, myrrh has come into use at two sabbats among a number of practitioners. At Candlemas, in addition to its use as an incense, myrrh may be used in the ritual cup. Drinking myrrh opens one to the gestation of waxing energy which will continue to grow until it bursts forth at spring. In this form, one draws more upon the solar energy of Adonis that of the more common association with Jupiter. At the Autumn Equinox (Mabon) myrrh is sometimes used when working the elemental fire, drawing upon its lore and association with the phoenix.
The use of myrrh medicinally was recorded in China in A.D. 600 during the Tang Dynasty. Myrrh is used today in Chinese medicine to treat wounds, relieve painful swelling, and to treat menstrual pain due to blood stagnation. Myrrh is called mo yao in China. –http://spheresoflight.com.au/index.php?page=herbes-myrrh
☨ Black Cohosh ☨
Black cohosh is ruled by Scorpio and the planet Pluto and is associated with the element of fire. Use in sachets for love, courage and potency or add to the bath. Add to holy water and sprinkle around the room to drive off negative influences.
Black Cohosh has been used by Native Americans for more than two hundred years, after they discovered the root of the plant helped relieve menstrual cramps and symptoms of menopause. These days it is still used for menopausal symptoms such as hot flashes/flushes, irritability, mood swings and sleep disturbances. It is also used for PMS, menstrual irregularities, uterine spasms and has been indicated for reducing inflammation associated with osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and neuralgia.
“Native Americans used the roots and rhizomes of this member of the buttercup family to treat kidney ailments, malaria, rheumatism, and sore throats. Early American settlers turned to it for bronchitis, dropsy, fever, hysteria and nervous disorders, lumbago, rattlesnake bites, and yellow fever. It’s also reportedly well known for easing PMS and menstrual irregularities.” Black Cohosh has also been used to induce labour and should not be used during pregnancy.
☨ Fennel ☨
Fennel’s fiber, potassium, folate, vitamin C, vitamin B-6, and phytonutrient content, coupled with its lack of cholesterol, all support heart health. Fennel contains significant amounts of fiber. As fiber helps lower the total amount of cholesterol in the blood, it decreases the risk of heart disease. Main magickal uses: confidence, courage, fertility, longevity, love.
☨ Hibiscus ☨
Attracting love and lust, divination, and dreams. Carry in a sachet or burn as incense to attract love. The red hibiscus is representative of Kali’s tongue. But it should not be mistaken for her shame. The hibiscus is symbolic of the blood lust that possesses her. As she represents a form of energy, this blood symbolism becomes life-affirming because it ties her to the life forces that pulse in all of us.
Reduces High Blood Pressure. Helps Lower Cholesterol. Beneficial Tea for Diabetics. Offers Liver Protection. Anti-cancer Properties. Helps Relieve Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression. Benefits Weight Loss. Improves Digestion.
Also Called: Kharkady
☨ Coriander ☨
Love, health, immortality, and protection. Tie fresh coriander with a ribbon and hang in the home to bring peace & protection. Add to love charms and spells to bring romance or use in ritual work to ease the pain of a broken love affair. Promotes peace among those who are unable to get along. Throw the seeds in lieu of rice during Handfastings and other rituals of union. Use the seeds in love sachets and spells. Add powdered seeds to wine for an effective lust potion. Wear or carry the seeds to ward off disease and migraines.
The health benefits of coriander include its use in the treatment of skin inflammation, high cholesterol levels, diarrhea, mouth ulcers, anemia, indigestion, menstrual disorders, smallpox, conjunctivitis, skin disorders, and blood sugar disorders, while also benefiting eye care.
Also Called: Cilantro, Chinese Parsley, Yee Sai
☨ Juniper ☨
Banishes all things injurious to good health; attracts good, healthy energies and love. Juniper berries can be carried by males to increase potency. Use a string of juniper berries to attract love. Burn for magickal protection. Place a sprig of juniper near the door to a home or with valuables to help safeguard against theft (but keeping locking the doors, too!). Use juniper oil in magickal workings to increase money and prosperity.
Officially known as Juniperus Communis, this evergreen shrub found on mountains and heaths throughout Europe, Southwest Asia, and North America. The female trees bears cones that produce small round bluish-black berries, that when fully ripe were eaten raw or in teas for the treatment of digestive disorders, kidney, bladder and urinary tract problems, arthritis, gout, gum disease, dandruff, gonorrhea, diarrhea, high blood pressure, and rheumatic conditions. Beware that large doses can irritate the urinary passage. Externally, it is applied as a diluted oil, having a slightly warming effect and found effective for treatment on arthritic joints and wounds. Pregnant women should not use Juniper as it has been known to cause miscarriage.
Also Called: Juniper Berries, Ginepro, Enebro, Wachholder
☨ Elder Flower ☨
Sleep, releasing enchantments, protection against negativity, wisdom, house blessing and business blessing. Elder flowers are useful in dream pillows. Wear to provide protection against evil, negativity, attackers, and the temptation to commit adultery. Used in rites of death & dying to protect the loved one during transport to the Otherworld. Note: Elder leaves, bark, roots, and raw berries are poisonous. Use with caution.
Known officially as Sambucus, this species of tall shrubs and small trees are in the Honeysuckle family. Several species are native to North America and Europe, but the most commonly used among North American tribes is Sambucus Canadensis, or the Black Elderberry. The ripening elderberries have long been used as both a food and in medicinal remedies. In food, the berries were used to produce syrup, with water in a fruit drink, and in alcoholic beverages and wine. Traditional herbal medicine utilized the berries and dried flowers in teas and tonics to treat constipation and flu. The Cherokee and Delaware made a tea from the dried flowers to sweat out toxins. The Seminole and Creek pounded the root to utilize as a topical treatment for swelling.
The Houma Indians used the berries to make a tonic wine and other tribes, such as the Iroquois, Dakota, Omaha, and Ponca to make a refreshing summer fruit drink. The branches of the tree were often removed in the spring to produce hollow tubes that are used as flutes and whistles, arrow shafts, skewers and toys. However, this is discouraged today due to the possibility of cyanide poisoning. Unripened berries contain a toxic alkaloid and should not be used. The leaves, twigs, branches, seeds and roots also contain a cyanide agent, therefore, overindulgence should be avoided in order to not create a toxic build up of cyanide in the body.
Also Called: Sweet Elder, Tree of Doom, Pipe Tree, Witch’s Tree, Old Lady, Devil’s Eye