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Wiccan Sabbat Incense Recipes: Litha

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MugwortLitha is also called Midsummer. It was originally celebrated on June 21st or thereabouts, when the Sun entered the Sign of Cancer on the Summer Solstice. Litha is a Lesser Sabbat Day, and marks the height of Season of Summer, which started on Beltane. However in modern times, this date is now used to mark the beginning of Summer.

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
Mugwort: 1 part
Chamomile: 1 part
Gardenia petals: 1 part
Rose Oil: a few drops
Lavender Oil: a few drops
Yarrow Oil: a few drops

From Scott Cunningham:

Frankincense: 3 parts
Benzoin: 2 parts
Dragon's Blood: 1 part
Thyme: 1 part
Rosemary: 1 part
Vervain: 1 part
Red Wine: a few drops

From unknown source:

St. Johnswort: 1 part
Mistletoe: 1/2 part
Lavender: 1 1/2 part

From unknown source:

Cedar: 1 part
Juniper: 1/2 part
Sandalwood: 1 part

From unknown source:

Mugwort: 1/2 part
Vervain: 1/2 part
St. Johnswort: 1 part
Frankincense: 1/2 part
Mistletoe: 1/4 part
Bay: 1/4 part

From unknown source:

Rose: 1/2 part
Orris: 1/2 part
Rosemary: 1/2 part
Oak Moss: 1/2 part
Lemon Verbena Oil: a few drops

From Keith Morgan:

Myrrh: 4 parts
Frankincense: 3 parts
Oak Bark: 3 parts
Witch Hazel: 2 parts

Experiment and make your own Wiccan Sabbat incense today!