Gather a white candle and your Imbolc candle purification oil and a representation of the season such as a cut out of a snowflake, or if you have it, real snow. Place these items on the table that you plan to use as the altar. With a sharp object, scratch you’re your wishes for the new season into the candle wax. Anoint the candle with three drops of the oil by massaging them into the writing on the candle and recite these words: “This is the time of the feast of torches, when every lamp blazes and shines to welcome the rebirth of the God. I celebrate the Goddess, I celebrate the God; all Earth celebrates Beneath its mantle of sleep.” Light the candle and recite these words: ”All the land is wrapped in winter. The air is chilled and frost envelops the Earth. But Lord of the Sun, Horned One of animals and wild places, unseen you have been reborn of the gracious Mother Goddess, Lady of all fertility. Hail Great God! Hail and welcome! Stand before the altar, holding aloft the candle. Gaze at its flame. Visualize your life blossoming with creativity, with renewed energy and strength. Your ritual is now complete. Celebrate with a simple feast with friends and family. Imbolc Purification Candle Oil Recipe Ingredients: • 1/8 cup olive oil • 3 drops juniper oil • 2 drops eucalyptus oil • 1 drop pine oil Instructions: 1. Mix all ingredients together in a glass jar and use to anoint candles. 2.
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The Aegishjalmur (Ægishjalm) is more commonly known as the helm of awe, The Helm of Awe is magical symbol of protection used by early Vikings. Worn between the eyes, it may have been intended to confer invincibility in the wearer or instil fear in one’s enemies. Today, it is used as a charm of protection by Asatru believers. The Aegishjalmur (Ægishjalm) would have been drawn on to the forehead or helmet in blood or saliva. The is some debate on whether the Aegishjalmur is a bindrune or not it has the characteristics of a bindrune but at the same time could just be a talisman or charm. The Aegishjalmur (Ægishjalm )/ The Helm of Awe is based on the numbers 3 and 8 both of which are sacred in the Northern tradition and Oslac and Asatru and the rune Elhaz. Elhaz when used in magicks or as talisman it signifies protection and can and is used to protect people objects and places. The Aegishjalmur (Ægishjalm )/ The Helm of Awe is a circular talisman made from 8 evenly spaced spokes with each spoke ending with the rune Elhaz marked below with 3 straight vertical lines equally spaced. Now days it is very commons to see The Aegishjalmur / The Helm of Awe as tattoos or printed on fabrics or as wonderfully crafted Norse jewellery. It is possible to charge your The Aegishjalmur / The Helm of Awe tattoo or jewellery one of the ways to do this ware your The Aegishjalmur ( Ægishjalm )/ The