Luck, Prosperity, & Money Correspondences

Please note that these are not medical or herbal in purpose. Research each ingredient before attempting to take it internally in any fashion. These are for magical association and purposes only.

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For increasing money or good finances

SOURCE # PAGE # Increases money
     
2 107 Almond
2 108 Basil
2 110 hyssop
2 112 mint
2 145 bryony
2 151 cinquefoil
2 166 high john the conqueror
2 168 honeysuckle
6 n/a tulip

 

For increasing business

SOURCE # PAGE # Trade, commerce, increase business
     
2 112 mint
2 113 peony
2 123 cinnamon
2 143 benzoin
2 151 cinquefoil
3 n/a sage
12 42 dill
12 102 sage
12 118 valerian

 

For employment

SOURCE # PAGE # To find employment, work, jobs
     
2 117 Ylang-ylang

 

For wealth & prosperity

SOURCE # PAGE # Prosperity, wealth, abundance
     
2 6 Fir
2 108, 129 almond
2 108 bergamot
2 110, 129, 167-168 honeysuckle
2 112 mint
2 128 cloves
2 128 cedar
2 128 nutmeg
2 128, 191 poppy
2 142 basil
2 145 bryony
2 147 chamomile
2 151 cinnamon
2 151 cinquefoil
2 170-171 jasmine
2 196-197 sage
2 205 vervain
15 31 bamboo
15 180-181 ivy
15 260 olive

For good luck

SOURCE # PAGE # Luck, for good luck
     
2 13-14 acorn, oak
2 108 basil
2 109 cinquefoil
2 160 fern
2 164 hazel
2 111 lotus
2 248 mistletoe
2 113 peony
2 194-195 rowan
2 206 violet
12 11 burdock
15 31 bamboo

 

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