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Imagine, if today, you need to go across an eerie place , and you simply know, there is so many 'Bad negative energy' on that place, but you need to go.

  • So What would it like, if you take some-kind of Plant's leaves, and put it in your pocket, for your protection?
    • Is there any kind of 'Plant's leaves' , that adsorbs Bad energy ? as it Means, we were still safe, after we went across the place?


in some experience, if a bad-Magic Caster do a hurt spell to .. , then, it will easily flow into the leaves , because in that time, you just put the leaves in your pocket ?

  • But, What kind of Plant , that able to be Functioned as a sacrifice , for an immediate protection to be safety
    • yes, i am asking here , if somebody, can give bright explanation about this , How about that?
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In folklore of Mugwort it was said to protect one while they traveled. Against, the demonic and other beasts.

I found this bit of folklore in The Magic and Medicine of Plants. A reader's digest book.

There are other herbs and plants which can be used for travel as well, and there is folklore out there about these too.

I use Mugwort. I have a small vial I keep in my purse for protection while out and about.

If one runs into a space that feels dark, a sprinkling of the plant in the area may help.

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Sage, sweetgrass, and cedar are also useful, though most often as an incense for clearing spaces so it could have limited use depending on your situation moment to moment.

One product that I have found to be really neat is incense matches. It comes in a classic folded matchbook, like you see for paper matches. But the sticks are infused with incense so you strike it, let it burn for a second, then blow it out and let the ember do it's thing. They last a couple minutes each- more than enough for a small room or camping space.

I don't know if this is an actual correspondence, but I personally like the effect of coffee beans, and find them to be a good expeller of negativity. Especially negative moods. A small container like a film case (If people can even get those any more) is all it takes. Pop the lid, shove your nose in, and take a deep breath. The slightly sharp, slightly bitter smell immediately clears the palette from bad smells, and I feel it brings me a nice feeling of invigoration and preparedness.

I made the connection when pondering about why it is that I, like many others, might not like the flavor of coffee but love the smell. Does anyone else share in this?
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Re: Your Natural Lifesaver
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Plants with protective properties in general work well for travel as well.

Red clover is said to be protective, and an exorcism plant.

When I walk the nearby trail and come across darker areas or presences I often will have a plant for burning (which is safe for burning) such as mugwort or red clover on hand.

Another option are herbal oils which are protective in small jars.

A mix of olive oil and a protective essential oil for anointing the self works well.

Protective oils include

Rosemary

Pine

Hyssop

Juniper

And others.

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Coix Lacryma or Job's tears...take 30 beads of them and find orthodox Christian monastery, and ask to make consecrated rosary from it, along with it carry Boswellia Sacra bark (frankincense) and olive branch. Here where i live you can naturally find in orthodox monasteries small particle of Boswellia wrapped into old worn patch of liturgical sacred clothes for 1$... so if you can find that at your place thats best option...any scrap of old and worn holy object along with fragment of frankincense, job's tears rosary and small olive branch in a pouch/bag or locket or use your creativity...
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