by Lilith Dorsey
My sister is a Sagittarius, my brother-in-law is a Sagittarius, my niece is a Sagittarius … and I’m an Aries. You can see how the Holidays are a fiery and exciting time at our place. The astrological Sun sign of Sagittarius is given to those born between the dates of November 22 and December 21st.
Sagittarius is a fire sign, and in matters of love they are known for being caring and romantic, but also silly and optimistic. In a relationship they like to be casual and allowed their freedom. This fiery sign is known for it’s great ego which can sometimes turn to stubbornness. Relationships if you are a Sagittarius can be hard, and dating a Sagittarius can be even harder. The following Love Spell Oil will help bring you love and joy in your relationships. The oil contains sunflower to bring you a sunshiny love and healing; rose to channel and focus your passion; bergamot to give you a sweet romantic blessings; clove for spicy sensual delights; and lavender for focus and spiritual blessings. Everyone deserves a good love story so lets get started on yours.
3 drops Sunflower (Helianthus) oil
3 drops Rose oil
3 drops Bergamot oil
1 drop Clove oil
1 drop Lavender oil
¼ tsp. Sweet Almond Oil
Place the Sweet Almond oil into your glass bottle it will serve as the base oil. Into the bottle place the Sunflower oil, the Rose oil, the Bergamot oil, the Lavender oil, and the Clove oil. Rub the bottle of oil between your hands to charge it with your magical energy. As the bottle goes back and forth imagine love coming towards you and blessing your life. Wear the oil daily for help with love. You can also use this oil to anoint a piece of turquoise, which is a power stone for Sagittarius. This will help to focus your love magic.
Lilith Dorsey, MA is a magical practitioner/voodoo priestess with training in several traditions, including Celtic, Afro-Caribbean (Santeria and Vodun), and Native American spiritualties. Her traditional education focused on plant science, anthropology, and film. She owns her own magickal consulting business, Branwen’s Pantry, and is editor/publisher of Oshun-African Magickal Quarterly. She is also the author of Voodoo and Afro-Caribbean Paganism and The African-American Ritual Cookbook. She has a degree in anthropology from the University of Rhode Island and an MFA from New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts.