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This recipe comes from Arden Keren, Conjurer and Ile Baalat Teva’s Senior Child of Oshun. It’s very simple and straightforward, but the ingredients cover all the bases for what is needed in an incense to facilitate divination and visions.
You will need (by weight):
- 1 part dried guava leaves
- 2 parts frankincense
- 1 part dried roses
- 1 part dried bay leaves
Starting with the dried guava leaves, add and then mash the ingredients together with intent.
Burn on charcoal whenever you are about to do divination or fortune telling.
Be mindful that the purpose of this incense is to do the job, not to smell pretty.
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