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Planetary Incense Recipes: Jupiter - Part 1

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Styrax BarkWhen making your Jupiter incense, compound on the day when the sun enters Pisces or Sagittarius if possible, after it is fully in the Sign. Jupiter rules Pisces and Sagittarius.  Failing that, work on a Thursday, the day sacred to Jupiter, and in the Hour of Jupiter 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 Jupiter 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:

Wood Aloe: 2 parts
Benzoin: 1 part
Storax: 1 part
Ash seed: 1/4 part
Lapis Lazuli powdered: 1 pinch
Olive Oil: a few drops

Unknown source:

Oak: 1 1/2 part
Copal: 1/4 part
Juniper: 1/2 part
Pine: 1 1/4 part
Cedar: 1 part

Unknown source:

Lemon Balm: 1 part
Meadowsweet: 1/2 part
Linden: 1 1/2 part
Lilac Oil: a few drops

From Keith Morgan:

Nutmeg: 3 parts
Pine Resin: 3 parts
Sage: 4 parts
Witchgrass: 4 parts
Wood Betony: 1 parts
Lilac Oil: 10ml per 8oz of above mixture

Experiment and make your own Jupiter incense today!