Category Archives: Rituals and Ceremonies

Full Moon Anointing Oils – Page 1


3 drops rose oil
1 drops jasmine oil
1 drops sandalwood oil

4 drops gardenia
2 drops lotus
1 drop jasmine

6 drops jasmine oil
3 drops rose oil
3 drops sandalwood oil
3 drops lemon oil

Add moonstone to bottle

13 drops sandalwood oil
9 drops vanilla oil
3 drops jasmine oil
1 drop rose oil

2 part myrrh oil
1 part cinnamon oil
1/4 part Queen of the Night Oil
1 part oil of rose

7 drops jasmine oil
3 drops patchouli oil
2 drops chamomile oil
1 drop sandalwood oil

1/2 oz. clear base oil
1/2 oz. camphorated oil
1/2 oz. palma christi oil
1/2 oz. wisteria oil
1/2 dram myrrh oil
1/2 dram lotus oil
color: lavender blue

lily of the valley oil (main scent)
sandalwood oil (minor scent)
jasmine (minor scent)
camphor oil (trace)

3 drops jasmine oil
2 drops sandalwood oil
1 drop lemon oil


5 drops Sandalwood
2 drops Camphor
1 drop Orange
1 drop Patchouli

Blended in a base of 1/2 oz. Almond Oil


4 drops Pine
2 drops Orange
2 drops Cedar
2 drops Juniper
2 or 3 small lumps of Frankincense, finely ground

In a base of 1/2 oz. Grapeseed Oil

More on Ritual Oils later. 😉

Rev. Dragon’s Eye

Nature Magick with Drums and Friends


Here is a way to make a little Nature Magick with the help of a drum circle! This is also another great way to celebrate Life with the giving of a special gift.


  • A 3-lb. empty coffee can with its lid,
  • Two twigs that are suitable for use as drumsticks ( the closer to au Naturel, the better ),
  • Some Acorns, dropped fresh from under a tree ( try to find some without any cracks or other signs of mutilation ),

The idea for this project is to put the Acorns inside the coffee can ( as many as there are folks attending your drum circle ) and secure the lid. Prior to starting your drum circle, you could say a prayer to bless your acorns and the drum ( and also your “Natural drumsticks”, as you see fit ). Be sure NOT to shake your drum very much as you wouldn”t want to put too much stress on the acorns! Just play your drum as normal and “make music”, the sweet sounds of Nature should be enough to fill the air!When your “jam session” is over, be sure to thank the God(s) and/or Goddess(es) for their time and their blessings. You can then open your drum to hand out an acorn to each in attendance as a gift of blessings. Each one who receives an acorn from your drum probably should be ready to plant it in some fertile soil when it is time. A sprouting tree is a marvel to behold and makes a great project to plant outdoors when it is big enough to need transplanting. It can also be given as a wonderful “living” gift!The tree you plant from this acorn can be an inspiration and a continued blessing by Nature; full of life, energy, vigor and a reminder of Nature”s marvels!

By: Rev. Dragon”s Eye