Delve into the mystical allure of Roses, the timeless symbol of love, beauty, and protection. These magical blossoms have been cherished in the Pagan tradition for their profound metaphysical properties and divine fragrances. As a harmonious correspondence to the element of Water and the planet Venus, Roses possess an innate power to attract love, enhance relationships, and foster emotional healing.
Sacred to both the Goddess Aphrodite and Freyja, Roses are an essential ingredient in love spells, rituals, and ceremonies. Use to create a potent charm, brew a love-drawing potion, decorate your altar to invite divine energy, or promote self-love during your spiritual practice.
But Roses are not only about love; they offer potent protection, too. Incorporate them into protective amulets or hang dried Rose stems above doorways to ward off negativity and create a sanctuary of peace. Their magical essence can also be harnessed in dream pillows to repel nightmares and inspire prophetic dreams, as well as used in divination and, of course, to enhance psychic abilities.
Embrace the enchanting presence of Roses in your Pagan practice and let their bewitching beauty and mystical powers guide your spiritual journey.
- the Afterlife
- Attract Affection
- Attract Peace
- Break Hexes
- Fairy Magic
- the Home
- Inner Peace
- Love Secrets
- Psychic Ability
- Sex Magic
- Sexual Energy
Scientific Name: Rosa
Botanical Family: Rosaceae
Origin: There are over 300 species found in numerous locations.
Folk Names: Sweet Briar, Queen of Flowers, Witch's Briar
Deity Association: Adonis, Aphrodite, Astarte, Cupid, Demeter, Eros, Flora, Freyja, Harpocrates, Hathor, Holle, Isis, Venus
Solar System: Venus
9 worlds Association: Unknown at this time.
Moon Phase: Full Moon
Sign: Cancer, Libra, Sagittarius, Taurus
Animal: Unknown at this time.
Celebration: Beltane. Ostara, Rosalia
Crystal: Desert Rose, Diamond
Rune: Unknown at this time.
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