Powders to use in your conjure work

they’re typically a base of talcum, corn starch or flour. The conjure worker mixes in various herbs, resins and roots. Next, the powder receives prayer and the infusion of energy, thereby giving it life and purpose. 

Read How To Use Magick Powders on the Free Magick Lessons page. Powders are the most versatile form of magica materia. Those are the ingredients in spells of magick. Other examples are roots, resins, herbs, oils and stones. There are far more ways to use powders than for Oils or Incense.

Blowing, dusting, dressing candles, placing in mojo bags, these are just a few of the methods. To be clear, no self-respecting conjurer is without an arsenal of these highly adaptable substances.

Try all of them out and see what works best for you. Not sure what you need? Join Conjure Club and each month, you receive an assortment of spell supplies. As a result, you’ll get on the magickal fast track.

Clarity Powder is good sprinkled under your desk or around your workspace. You will either need permission, or you’ll at least need to be discreet.

Sprinkle Attraction Powder  in your shoes or around your home, while saying prayers.

For protection, use Fiery Wall of Protection Powder. Put Blessing Powder in the shoes of your children.

To draw into your home, I recommend you stand outside the front door and blow the powder across the threshold, to represent the wisdom or blessings “coming in” to the home.


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