Lunar plants and animals

The magician may use the following oils to connect to the Moon: lavender, camphor, amber, white sandalwood, jasmine, ilang-ilang, iris rooth and eucalyptus.

Alister Crowley associates all opiate perfumes with the Moon.

William Lilly says that lunar vegetables are: cabbage, lentil, beans, cucumber, pumpkin, gourd and carrot.

Some magicians find beneficial to eat lunar vegetables on Mondays.

Lunar flowers are: rosemary (according to Agrippa), poppy (according to Lilly) and jasmine (according to Crowley).

Lunar flowers are also: narcissus, lily, and iris.

The lunar are also: mashrooms, mandrake, orchids’s root, egg white, fat and aloha.

Willow is a typical lunar tree.

Lunar trees also include: linden tree, olive tree and cocos tree. According to William Lilly all trees are lunar if they have round, dark and wide leaves.

Lunar animals

Old Egyptians associated cats to the Moon. Gypsies say that all of their magicians and witches have always had cats. Inquisition thought that cats were incorporated devils and that witches could transform into them for 9 times. For that reason, medieval cats were burned or berried alive. Even today people think that the black cat brings bad luck if it crosses their path.

The elephant with its trunk is also associated to the Moon.

Anixiel, the angel of the 3rd Lunar Mansion, explained to me that the easiest way to collect etheric energies from the Moon is by the sense of smell. The elephant might be an inspiration.

Agrippa says that lunar animals are: dogs, cats, baboons, panthers, lynxes, mice, and all watery animals.

According to Lilly they are: frogs, otters, gees, ducks, owls, all see birds, cuckoos, shells, fish, crabs, and turtles.

The lunar are also the following real or mythological animals: ox, winded ox, pig, crow, hyena, hydra, rabbit and Minotaur.


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