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Wiccan Sabbat Incense Recipes: Samhain

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Orange PeelSamhain is also called All Saints Day, All Hollow's 'een Halloween, and All Hollows Eve. It was originally celebrated on October 31st or thereabouts. Samhain is a Greater Sabbat Day, and marks the beginning of Winter, which reaches its height on Yule at the Winter Solstice. Samhain is one of the four Fire Festivals that marked the Celtic calendar, and one of the three Wiccan harvest festivals which include Mabon and Lammas.

This Wiccan Sabbat incense recipe is to be compounded on the day of the Sabbat, preferably in circle. Pound the ingredients together into a rough form or a good powder, depending upon your preference. Consecrate your incense before use, if desired. Focus your will and intent. Store the result in a dark jar, sealed tight. Store somewhere dry.

From Scott Cunningham:

Sandalwood: 2 parts
Orange Peel: 1 part
Mace: 1 part
Cinnamon: 1 pinch

From Unknown source:

Frankincense: 1/2 part
Myrrh: 1/4 part
Bay: 1/2 part
Vervain: 1/4 part
Wormwood: 1/4 part
Patchouli: 1/4 part
Sandalwood: 1/22 part

From Unknown source:

Dittany: 1 part
Pine: 1/2 part
Sandalwood: 1 part
Patchouli: 1/4 part
Benzoin: 1/4 part
Pine Oil: a few drops

From Unknown source:

Dittany: 1 1/2 part
Benzoin: 1/2 part
Patchouli: 1 part

From Keith Morgan:

Wormwood: 4 parts (This is probably too much Wormwood)
Uva Ursi: 5 parts
Verbena: 3 parts
Amber Oil: 10ml per 8oz of above mixture

Experiment and make your own Wiccan Sabbat incense today!

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