Monday, May 9, 2016

Pinterest Gone Pagan: Psychic Protection Spell

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Kitchen Witchery...wait. Is witchery a word? If not, I just declared it one.

Okay...

As I was saying, kitchen witchery seems to be it's own genre of magick. I'm not sure if it's because some people already find the kitchen daunting or people assume you have to have a vast knowledge of herbs in order to cast in the kitchen, but I've found many witches keep their practices to their altars and away from the stove.

But, like the creepy friend in Uncle Buck, I have a cure for that. (Please tell me I'm not the only person who has seen Uncle Buck roughly 83 times.)

You see, magick is everywhere. We just have to be willing to see it. I mean, what's more magickal than taking flour, eggs, and sugar and turning it into a delectable cake? You wouldn't eat plain flour. And it's probably best you don't eat straight sugar by the spoonful. But a little leavening, add some heat, and the next thing you know it's birthday time! Really, have you ever stopped to think about it?! Cooking is physical magick right there in front of you. So why not take the time to imbue some magickal properties to your already pretty amazing, totally tasty recipe? 

On that note, did you know Pinterest is LOADED with magick? They hide in the shadows, disguising themselves as recipes, but really that strawberry trifle and bacon-wrapped hot dog (God Bless America!) is a magickal formula just waiting to be deconstructed.

The best part? I'm here to do that for you! I call it Pinterest Gone Pagan, a new series I'm launching to teach you how to double duty your dinner into a manifesting session of taste bud delectability. 

I've decided to start with a wonderful recipe from Gimme Some Oven. (Here's the pin link if you'd like to pin it to your recipe box.) You'll have to head over to Ali's page for the full recipe (because, you know....copyright infringement.). But below I'll show you how this seemingly every day soup can actually be used for a psychic protect spell! Pretty cool, hm?

The key to turning this soup into a spell is to visualize while you're preparing it. While you're measuring, chopping, and stirring, envision your mind and body being physically surrounded by a protective barrier. Imagine yourself inside a force field where no one's ill intentions can penetrate. I like to envision a blue or purple bubble surrounding myself for protection, but choose whatever color speaks to you. And while you're eating this scrumptious soup, focus on the ingredients nourishing your body and securing that protective fortress. 

So other than visualization, how does this soup become psychic protection? Here's how!

Onions and garlic: used for healing and protection

Carrots and celery: both used to increase psychic awareness, thereby alerting you to negative energies

Mushrooms: increase psychic abilities and resistance

Potatoes: Protection

Salt: The Ultimate Protector! Salt is awesome. It should be your first go-to when you need any form of protection (or when you're having popcorn.)


Dinner and a spell all in under an hour? What more could you ask for?

Make sure to check back for more Pinterest Gone Pagan recipes to find out what other awesome (and tasty!) spells are hiding in plain sight on Pinterest. 



Have you tried your hand at kitchen witchery? What's your favorite edible spell? Do you have a recipe you'd like to see go Pagan? Leave a comment below!

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10 comments:

  1. How about spaghetti sauce? Meat, tomatoes, basil, oregano, garlic, and maybe some salt are what most people put in. I also add unsulphured molasses and dark brown sugar.

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    1. Hello there!

      Tomatoes, garlic, basil, and salt are all wonderful in protection spells, so it can easily be used for that purpose. Basil can also be utilized in a love spell, as well as molasses and sugar (anything sweet!). Just remember in love spells, you cannot infringe on someone's freewill. So you want to cast for qualities (i.e. funny, caring, intelligent) and not a specific person. Learn from my (young and foolish) mistake. Casting for someone specific WILL backfire! =D

      Thanks for stopping by! Hope you have a wonderful week!

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    2. A lot of the time people put baking soda in their sauce to counteract some of the tomatoes bitterness. Baking soda could be used for purity so it could be added to a love spell to help with purity of intention.

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    3. Great insight! =D Thanks for sharing!

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  2. I use the word "witchery" all the time too -- it's a wonderful word!
    Pinterest Gone Pagan!! I love it!! I added you to my blogroll so I can check back for more on your series :)
    Blessings!

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    1. I'm honored to be bookmarked! =P So glad I'm not the only "witchery" user out there! ;) Thanks for stopping by. I appreciate you taking a moment to comment. Merry Meet!

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  3. Pinterest Gone Pagan...What a wonderful idea. You should really start a weekly or monthly blog round up/party for posts like this. I would be down for joining!

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    1. Thanks for the suggestion! Still learning the blogging ropes. I'll have to look into that! Thanks for stopping by and taking a moment to comment. =D

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    2. Here is a link to a great post on hosting a blog hop. Hope it helps!

      http://www.thesitsgirls.com/seo/10-tips-successful-linky/

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    3. Checking it out now. Thanks for sharing!

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