Banishing & Summoning Spirits 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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To exorcise or banish spirits

SOURCE # PAGE # Exorcisms, banish spirits
     
2 6 Elder
2 110, 161 frankincense
2 137-138 Angelica
2 139 asafoetida
2 141 avens
2 142 basil
2 142 bay laurel
2 162 garlic
2 181 nettle
2 187 pennyroyal [POISON]
2 187-188 peony
2 188 pepper
2 193-194 rosemary
2 195-196 rue
2 197 St. John’s Wort
2 199-200 solomon’s seal
2 202-203 tobacco
2 210 yarrow
2 237 hellebore [POISON]

 

To dismiss or destroy manifestations or spirits

SOURCE # PAGE # Destroys, dismisses, or banishes manifestations or spirits
     
2 139 asafoetida
2 162 garlic [Italian]

 

Against negativity, evil, malicious spirits or witches, the Devil, negative energy, spells, curses, hexes, and bad luck.

SOURCE # PAGE # Against negativity, evil, bad luck, malevolent spirits, the devil, witchcraft, witches, spells, curses, hexes
     
2 142 bay laurel
8 24-25 betony
2 146 burdock
2 248 cyclamen
2 245 dill
2 162 garlic [Italian]
7 144-145 juniper
2 113 patchouli
2 114 rue
2 199 snapdragon
2 245, 248 St. John’s wort
2 202 thyme
2 202-203 tobacco
2 245 treoil
2 245 vervain
2 210 yarrow
9 130 wormwood [Russia] [against Rusalka]
9 130 lovage [Russia] [against Rusalka]
10 12 chives [America]
12 2 angelica
12 7 bay
12 28 chives
12 41, 110 dill
12 41 yarrow
12 41, 110 trefoil
12 41, 110 verbena
12 41 rue
12 41 roses
12 57-58 garlic
12 58 mountain ash
12 58 rose
12 97 rosemary
12 99-100 rue
12 110-111 St. John’s wort
12 127-128 yarrow
15 43-44 birch
15 215-217 calabar justice
15 387 sweetgrass (zubrowka)

 

To contact or summon a spirit or for mediumship (channeling a spirit)

SOURCE # PAGE # To contact or summon spirits, mediumship, manifest spirits
     
2 111 lemon grass
2 117 wisteria
2 141 balm of Gilead
2 175 calendula [marigold]
2 209 wormwood
2 239 henbane [POISON]
12 110-111 St. John’s wort

 

To see a ghost or spirit

SOURCE # PAGE # To see ghosts or spirits
     
2 131, 171-172 lavender
2 111 lemon grass
2 115 sandalwood
2 117 wisteria
2 209 wormwood

 

To see faeries (fairies, faery, fairy)

SOURCE # PAGE # To see faeries
     
2 133 wild thyme
2 115 sandalwood
2 116 violet
2 117 wisteria
2 246 oak
10 10 calendula
14 NA rue
14 NA ground ivy
14 NA agrimony
14 NA maidenhair
14 NA scotch broom

 

To boost or gain the second sight

SOURCE # PAGE # Clairvoyance, visions, prophecy, the sight, second sight
     
2 136 acacia
8 13-14 acorn, oak
2 108 anise
2 140 ash tree
2 142 bay laurel
2 236 belladonna
2 144 bistort
2 175 calendula [marigold]
2 62 chicory root
2 61, 151 cinnamon
2 62 cinquefoil
2 61 clove
2 64 clover
2 160 eyebright
2 237 fly agaric
2 164 hazel
2 110, 165 heliotrope
2 238-239 Hemp / marijuana
2 239 henbane
2 167-168 honeysuckle
2 61 juniper
2 111 lilac
2 176 mastic
2 64.178, 238 mugwort
2 60-61, 181-182 nutmeg
2 64 orange
2 61, 186-187 patchouli
2 191 poppy
2 192-193 rose
2 64 rosemary
2 115, 196 saffron
2 61, 115 sandalwood
2 200-201 star anise
2 64, 202 thyme
2 209 wormwood
2 64 yarrow
12 7 bay
12 100 rue
14 NA rue
14 NA ground ivy
14 NA agrimony
14 NA maidenhair
14 NA scotch broom
15 28 lovage
15 28 rowan
15 115-116 diviner’s sage [POISON]

 

For astral travel, trances, spirit mediumship (channeling a spirit), spirit communication

SOURCE # PAGE # For trances, astral travel, spirit medium, spirit communication
     
2 117 wisteria [POISON]
2 236 belladonna [POISON]
2 237 hellebore [POISON]
2 237 fly agaric [POISON]
2 238 hemlock [POISON]
2 239 foxglove [POISON]
2 239 aconite [POISON]
2 239 water parsnip [POISON]
2 241 sunflower seeds
2 241 parsley
2 241 cinquefoil
2 241 sweet flag
2 241 basil
12 7 bay
12 66-67 hemp, cannabis
12 124-126 wormwood
14 NA rue
14 NA silver maple leaves
14 NA bay laurel (laurel nobilis)
14 NA camphor
14 NA morning glory [POISON]
14 NA sea moonflower / beach moonflower (ipomoea violacea) [POISON]
14 NA datura [POISON]
14 NA damiana
14 NA sweetbay (magnolia virginiana)
14 NA Snowdrop
14 NA artemisia douglasiana
14 NA avocado pit
14 NA coffee
14 NA dogbane [POISON]
15 22 ayahuasca [POISON]
15 28 poplar
15 38-41 belladonna [POISON]
15 67-70 cannabis (marijuana)
15 115-116 diviner’s sage [POISON]
15 169-170 psychotria elata [POISON]
15 207-208 leaf of god
15 252 nutmeg
15 273-274 peyote [POISON]
15 283 psilocybin [POISON]
15 384 yopo [POISON]

 

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