Making Solomonic Herbal Holy Water (with Pics!)   7 comments

Greetings Conjurors!

I have just updated my page on how to make Herbal Holy Waters specific to the Planetary forces.  And, along with that, I thought you might like to see some photos from my most recent efforts to make some.  🙂  These were taken during the last waxing moon, on the days/hours of Luna and Jupiter respectively.

The following two pictures show the plants I gathered for the process.  On Monday I gathered nine plants sacred to the Moon:  Jasmine, Honeysuckle, Water Lily (inc. Lotus), Juniper, Geranium (Citronella), Willow (Bottle-brush), Spearmint, Aloe, and a couple of other Succulents:

 

Herbal Holy Water Luna 1

Nine plants sacred to Luna.

 

On Thursday I gathered four plants sacred to Jupiter:  Cedar, Pine, Bay Laurel, and Honeysuckle:

Herbal Holy Water Jup 1

Four plants sacred to Jupiter.

 

In each case, my wife and I went out to find these plants in our own hometown.  This ensures they are fresh and intimately connected with our own genus loci (local spirits).  Then, on the proper planetary hour, I lit a candle of the appropriate color and submerged the green plants into a gallon of pure spring water:

 

The Lunar Plants in Spring Water - before ripping and tearing.

Lunar Plants in Spring Water – before ripping and tearing.

 

Then, as my daughter or wife held the Bible open for me, I proceeded to read the Psalms I had chosen for the ritual.  (I used four Psalms for Jupiter, and nine for Luna.)  While I chanted, I proceeded to rip and tear the plants with my bear hands in the water – slowly but surely turning the water opaque with the “blood” of the plants:

 

Lunar Water just before straining. Notice how dark the water has become.

Lunar Water just before straining. Notice how dark the water has become.

 

Jupiter Water just before straining. Not ever plant results in dark green color - but the water here is still opaque.

Jupiter Water just before straining. Not every plant results in dark green color – but the water here is still opaque.

 

Once I simply could not tear or squeeze the plants any further, and the water had become dark, I added in several ounces of Solomonic Holy Water; for an extra blessed kick.  😉  I then allowed the results to sit for some time until the candles had completely burned out.  Finally, I poured the finished herbal waters into gallon jugs for storing in the refrigerator.  The final picture below is of the finished product as it appears on my Doc Solomon’s website.  (The middle bottle is the Lunar Water, and the right-hand bottle is the Jupiter.)

 

The finished product. (middle bottle is the Lunar Water, right-hand bottle is the Jupiter.)

The finished product.

 

If you are interested in the page at Doc Solomon’s where I am currently selling these Herbal Waters, just click here and enjoy!  🙂

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7 responses to “Making Solomonic Herbal Holy Water (with Pics!)

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  1. Pingback: Blood Substitute – ‘Solomonic Herbal Holy Water’ | Ananael (The Secrets of Wisdom)

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  3. Excellent!

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    Aatenku Het Aku N Sekhet
  4. Hi. I’d like to thank you for the article on the 72 angels of the zodiac (the Shem…) and especially for the way you explained Ezekiel’s vision.

    I’ve been reading a few articles on your blog as of lately and I like what I’ve found so far.

    I have a question about the herb correspondences you have used for making these holy waters. What source(s) did you use? I’m not saying you used wrong plants, but i found that pine corresponds to Saturn and bay laurel to the Sun. Perhaps you use various witchy correspondences that differ (some times alot) from Crowley’s for instance.

    I would also have a request, but i don’t wanna stress you out. That means if you don’t have time for this, it’s ok. Could you share a list of planetary (and even zodiacal) psalm correspondences?

    Thank you! Blessings!

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    • Greetings!

      Yes I have found that plants can have various associations, depending on which trait of the plant is focused upon. I of course look into Agrippa, the Key of Solomon, and other grimoire sources for plant associations. You can also look into which plants were sacred to which ancient Deities: such as hazel, which was sacred to Hermes. Or ebony, sacred to Thoth. I have also found Scott Cunningham’s herbal books to be very useful. Plus, sometimes a plant just “speaks” to me as being sacred to one force or another.

      I have in fact recently put together a codex of Planetary information – the heart of which is a list of which Psalms are associated with which Planets. It’s called the Codex Septemgenius – you can find it on http://www.docsolomons.com/wp 🙂

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