My fascination with the ancient craft of incense-making began with a conversation with a Ravenwood priestess who was burning her own hand-crafted blends at a gathering in the North Georgia Mountains. I further honed his knowledge through numerous conversations with her and through formal instruction given to me by the late Lady Galadriel, founder of the Unicorn Tradition. One of my fondest memories as a child was the uniquely wild scent of California sage which is native to the canyons and coastlines of my home state.
In this section, you will find a variety of recipes that can be used for general, spiritual work. I view making incense as a way of connecting with the inherent magickal energies of plants and herbs. Burning incense is one of the most ancient ways to honor the Gods and our connection to them so that we may be reminded of our own inherent divinity and goodness.
Please see Rev. Paul Beyerl’s works, The Master Book of Herbalism and A Compendium of Herbal Magick. No finer works out there on herbalism and incense making. Visit also The Rowan Tree Church.
Questions? Contact Lord Peregrine.
19 Mar 2011
I find Ostara a difficult time to think about incense. Most of the flowers blooming in this part of the world don’t really carry much of a scent, except rose. I did a little research and found that hyssop figures prominently for its cleansing properties, while rose and lilac provide the seas...Read more.