A Druid's Handbook to the Spiritual Power of Plants: Spagyrics in Magical and Sexual Rituals
Jon G. Hughes
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A practical guide to creating plant extracts, essences, and complexes for use in Druidic sex magic rituals
• Explores the identification, harvesting, and magical properties of more than 70 flowers and trees
• Details the careful and meticulous spagyric preparation of plant extracts and complexes
• Demonstrates how plant compounds are used in Druidic sex magic rituals by both couples and groups
In this practical guide to Druidic plant magic, Jon G. Hughes reveals the gentle alchemy of converting plant essences into potent compounds for working sex magic rituals. Examining the identification, harvesting, and magical properties of more than 70 flowers and trees, he details the careful and meticulous spagyric preparation of plant extracts and complexes as well as the process of obtaining or creating suitable alcoholic spirits for the base of these preparations. He includes instructions to make all necessary tools and explores how to prepare yourself to work with plant essences and properly use the magical compounds you create.
Hughes explains how to release the energies, healing attributes, and magical capacities of flowers and trees through the respectful seduction of a plant’s virtue and the 3-step spagyric process of separation, purification, and reunification. He shows how the spagyric process maximizes the power of the acquired essence in preparation for its use in magical ritual. Detailing Druidic sex rituals for both a couple and a group, Hughes demonstrates how plant compounds are used in specific magical rituals and practices as well as the role of the plant complex in sexual potency. Exploring the underlying accord between alchemy and Druidic practices, Hughes provides a valuable manual for anyone wishing to harness the magical potential of plant energy.
contrast to Hahnemann’s theory, Druidic plant lore tends to advocate the concentration of its essences and complexes as a means of focusing the attributes and increasing the potency of the plant’s natural benefits. HYGIENE The process of arriving at the plant complex and incense begins with the correct harvesting of the part(s) of the plant we intend to use. This seems to have little relevance in other traditions, but to the Druid, knowing the provenance of all the materials he or she works
wounds. If you hold the leaf of the plant to the light, it displays translucent holes along its length. The Welsh Druidic name for the plant is y gantwll fawr, or “the plant with large wounds.” The plant is therefore “showing” us its best use, its signature. In the case of the bird’s-foot trefoil, it is the phallic shape of the central male flower pair that gives us its signature. The occasional red streaks or blushes that appear on the petals also suggest the flushing of sexual excitement.
below in preparation for the ritual working. The working stone is now ready to begin the ritual working, so we must once again look to the preparation of our body, mind, and spirit before we undertake our work. The process of personal preparation has been discussed earlier and is explained in detail in part 4 of this book. Having completed our personal preparation, we are ready to proceed with the ritual working of unification. For the purpose of this example, we will again assume that a
good idea to burn a little incense in the room as you bathe. Try cinnamon for energizing or cedarwood for relaxation. Turn off the lights, light a few candles, and play some ambient music to create an even more relaxing environment. Whichever atmosphere you decide to create, you will emerge from your bath with a clean and fragrant body, a new sense of purpose, and a stabilized internal energy. Some fundamentalist Druids will cleanse only in rainwater, ideally only as it falls from the sky. This
evaporation liquid into her cupped hand and applying it to the entire genital region. As the evaporation is applied it evaporates (as the name implies) and the cooling, stimulating effect of the evaporation stimulates the Principal Conduit even more. The complex, however, does not evaporate, but becomes absorbed by the skin, allowing its energies and attributes to be assimilated into the Principal Conduit’s own internal energy. This final stage of stimulation is usually more than enough to ensure