St. Valentine Oil – Love, Romance, Marriage, Relationships, Fertility, Sex, Abundance
Enchant, mesmerize, and be a magnet for love, passion, and abundance with The Conjured Saint’s St. Valentine Oil. Hand-blended with rose and ylang-ylang essential oils, this oil is crafted to enhance both inner and outer beauty. Use it to attract romance, celebrate your marriage or relationship, energize your sex life, enhance fertility, or strengthen your positive qualities to bring prosperity.
St. Valentine Oil is a signature blend in honor of St. Valentine’s Day. St Valentine was, according to one legend, a young priest who defied an edict of the Emperor Claudius II that soldiers should not be allowed to marry, as it made them poor fighters. St Valentine conducted the weddings of a number of young soldiers and was executed on 14 February 269 CE, thereafter becoming the patron saint of lovers.
It is said that while Valentine was imprisoned prior to his execution, he restored the sight of the jailer’s blind daughter and that she fell in love with him. Legend adds that before he was taken to his death, he wrote on the wall a message for his love: ‘Always, your Valentine’ (in Latin of course).
Before Christianity took hold, the ancient Romans celebrated Lupercalia, a Roman festival of love and fertility that took place on the eve and day of 15 February. On this day, unmarried girls and young men were paired by lottery and performed love and sex rites in order to bring fertility to animals, land, and people. With the advent of Christianity, Christian festivals replaced the old pagan rituals and gradually the celebrations on February 14 became dedicated solely to St Valentine and not his wilder pagan ancestors.
During medieval times, there was a custom on Valentine’s Eve of choosing a Valentine by lottery, much like the ancient Romans. The chosen name picked out by a young man would determine his partner for the Valentine celebrations and hopefully eternal bliss. Young men would wear the slip of paper with the girl’s name on their sleeves (one explanation for the old European saying ‘wearing your heart on your sleeve’).
February 14 has yet another love connection. It is the day on which birds are said to choose their mates, according to an old poem written by Geoffrey Chaucer in medieval times. If the first bird you see on Valentine’s morning is blue, it is said that your love will be lasting. If you see a crow or blackbird you will marry a clergyman or woman, a robin or thrush a sailor, a wren you will have many children but may be short of money, any yellow bird someone rich, a solitary magpie a quarrelling partner and a flock of doves or pigeons bliss in every way.
Valentine’s Day Spells
Reveal Your Future Spouse: This seed ritual is found throughout Europe and Scandinavia, and may be one of the oldest love rituals in existence. Any type of seed may be used, such as sunflower or mixed bird seed. The birds will carry the seeds away, dropping some which will flower. I have a splendid sunflower crop in my garden as a result of a friend doing this spell. Traditionally the spell-caster ran around a churchyard, but you can use a garden or any open space. Grass seed is excellent if your lawn is a bit bald after the winter.
You will need:
A container of seeds
Midnight on St Valentine’s Eve (February 13–14)—Please modify the time if safety is an issue.
1. Go into a churchyard (or your garden or any area of open land). Throw the seed over your shoulder, as you do so saying:
I scatter seed in love;
This seed in love I sow
He that is my true love,
Come after me and
Stay as it grows
Like my love for you
2. Look over your right shoulder and you will see a vision in your mind’s eye of the future, with your love walking across the land where the flowers or grass have grown from your seeds. You may recognize him or her. If not, close your eyes and let a name come into your head spontaneously. It may be someone you know.
3. Go home and go to bed. You will hopefully dream of yourself and your love together in the summer and be drawn together in love in the months before the summer comes.
Attract a Lover: This is a European charm based on the coming of the first spring flowers, a time when fertility rites were traditionally performed to celebrate the awakening of the earth, even if snow is still on the ground. The yellow crocus is the flower of St Valentine. By Christian times wearing a crocus on Valentine’s Day had become a romantic gesture. If you are not yet settled in love or are having relationship problems, try this spell.
You will need:
A yellow crocus or a yellow early spring flower such as a daffodil or a yellow rose (adapt this flower to whatever yellow flower blooms naturally at this time of year where you live or you can buy at a local flower shop or supermarket on 13th).
Valentine’s Day (February 14), as soon as you go outdoors.
1. Before you go outdoors for the first time on St Valentine’s Day, fasten the yellow crocus or yellow flower in your buttonhole or in your hair, as you do so, saying three times:
St Valentine, the lover’s friend,
I ask this flower my love to send.
Before the end of the day, it is said you will have met or heard from someone who could make you happy (or a person through whom you will meet new love).In reality it make take longer especially if you have been hurt in love before, but the spell opens up your own love energies and sets up telepathic signals to bring you lasting happiness. It can also renew love of you have quarreled or even bring back an old lover.
The Conjured Saint Ritually-Blessed Oils are crafted to enhance and promote ritual-working, spell-working and personal intent. These spiritual recipes can be used to anoint the body or tools, burned in an oil burner, or added to ritual baths.
Our sacred oils are hand-blended and bottled into “metaphysical battery-packs” of concentrated magick. Each oil contains its own spiritual life force (the soul), that is harnessed by harvesting Mother Nature’s blessings. Plants are alive, and everything that lives has a soul like essences. Roots, seeds, leaves, and petals all contain a specific metaphysical signature that is captured and magickally-infused into the oil that corresponds to each botanical’s intent and purpose.
The botanicals used are specifically selected by The Conjured Saint from our sacred, blessed garden and then hand-blended with blessed crystals to create powerful, divine oils. Crystals, like botanicals, are living beings, charged with a universal life-force. Harnessing this energizing life force into the oils allows them to continually recharge themselves.
The Conjured Saint oils are designed to endure through the use of Vitamin E and premium-selected grapeseed oil, which preserve their sacred shelf life. Blessed under the moon during the appropriate moon cycle, holy days of religious days of obligation, and according to the correct energy of the days of the week, each oil is its own life-force in a vial, ready to be used to enhance spell-work. The Conjured Saint oils are adaptable to any spiritual practice.
Botanically-infused on the appropriate days to enhance their properties, the oils are then blessed on a sacred altar under the watchful eyes of the saints and steeped with the powerful crystals that harvest the energy and vitality of Earth’s divine magick. The inclusion of crystals in The Conjured Saint’s recipes provides an energy-generating quality that is unique to The Conjured Saint spells and magickal products.
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