Mistletoe is a sacred and powerful herb revered by Pagans for its potent metaphysical properties. This evergreen plant has a long history of use in spiritual and magical practices, making it a must-have for any witch's toolkit. Mistletoe is known for its ability to enhance fertility, protect against negative energy, and promote healing. It is also associated with love, romance, prosperity, and prophetic dreaming. In magical workings, mistletoe is often used for its ability to bring good luck, blessings, and abundance but can also be used in death, the underworld, and divination rituals.
Mistletoe is traditionally associated with the winter solstice and the holiday season. It is often used in Yule rituals and celebrations to symbolize renewal or rebirth and new beginnings. Many Pagans believe that hanging mistletoe in the home can help ward off evil spirits and bring peace and harmony to the household.
Overall, mistletoe is a versatile and powerful plant with many magical and metaphysical properties. Whether you're looking to attract love, or protect yourself from negative energy, mistletoe is a must-have for any Pagan or witch.
Warnings: Do not ingest!
- the Home
- Otherworld and Underworld
- Prophetic Dreams
- Protection from witches and witchcraft.
- Protection from misfortune.
- Spiritual Protection
- Weather (Lightning)
Scientific Name: Viscum album
Botanical Family: Santalaceae
Origin: Europe and western and southern Asia.
Folk Names: All-Heal, Birdlime, Devil's Fuge, Donnerbesen, European Mistletoe, Golden Bough, Holy Wood, Lignam sanctae crucis, Misseltoe, Thunderbesem, Witches' Broom, Wood of the Cross
Deity Association: Apollo, Arianrhod, Asclepius, Balder, Freya, Frigga, Juniper, Loki, Odin, Thor, Venus, Zeus
Solar System: Mercury, Sun, Jupiter
Moon Phase: Unknown at this time.
Animal: Unknown at this time.
Celebration: Litha, Midsummer, Yule
Day: Unknown at this time.
Crystal: Unknown at this time.
Tarot: Unknown at this time.
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