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Planetary Incense Recipes: The Sun - Part 1

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SolWhen making your Sun incense, compound on the day when the sun enters Leo if possible, after it is fully in the Sign. Failing that, work on a Sunday, the day sacred to the Sun, and in the Hour of the Sun on that day. Make sure the Moon is Waxing to increase the positive power of your work. Pound the ingredients together into a rough form or a good powder, depending upon your preference. Consecrate your incense with the energy of the Sun at the time of mixing it, if desired. Focus your will and intent. Ancient sources like the Orphic Hymns provide good invocations if you do not have one of your own. Store the result in a dark jar, sealed tight. Store somewhere dry.


From Scott Cunningham:

Frankincense: 3 parts
Myrrh: 2 parts
Wood Aloe: 1 part
Bay: 1/2 part
Carnation: 1/2 part
Ambergris Oil: a few drops
Musk Oil: a few drops
Olive Oil: a few drops

Unknown source:

Frankincense: 1 part
Myrrh: 1 part

Unknown source:

Bay: 1 part
Orange: 1 part
Angelica: 1/2 part
Mistletoe: 1/4 part
Orange Oil: a few drops

Unknown source:

Frankincense: 1/2 part
Sunflower: 1/2 part
St. Johnswort: 1 1/4 part
Orange: 1/2 part
Marigold: 1/4 part
Bergamot Oil: a few drops

From Keith Morgan:

Cloves: 3 parts
Saffron: a pinch
Golden Rod: 4 parts
Frankincense: 5 parts
Orange Oil: 10ml per 8oz of above mixture

Experiment and make your own Sun incense today!