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I was gathering ingredients for a ritual however I am short on two item which I could not find on Ebay. Maybe I am using the wrong search words.

I need Incense sticks (made from Black Arts Powder) can someone explain what this means by Black Arts Powder?

and I need Oil: Flying Tonic I also couldn't find this item, is there such thing as flying tonic oil?

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It sounds as if the website you got said "ritual" from is a commercial type site that creates so-called spells and rituals that require materials that can only be purchased on their website.
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You can get incense made with black arts powder, you can also make your own (there are many online recipes).
Flying tonic oil is a name sometimes given to many different oils, you will likely need to find which version this spell is calling for and find the standard name for it.

But I will say that if you don't know whether these things exist, or what they are for, then is there any point in using them. Incense, oils and powders are all wonderful for adding intention into the working, but if you aren't sure on their specific purpose and association for the spell, they may as well not be there. By the types of items this spell includes, it is likely a baneful working, maybe it's best to find one that contains items you have easy access to and know the meanings for each item involved.

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It's really wonderful having people like you around HearthWitch.

Thank you.

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I believe you can buy it from here :)

https://www.thevillagewitch.co.uk/shop/

I have seen websites where it is cheaper but cannot find them now. :(
Hope you find it helpful.
M.White
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