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As the British naturalist Sir David Attenborough once observed, birds are "the eloquent communicators" and possess a complex system of signifiers, with varying levels of cues both visual and auditory, as well as many species utilizing amazing mimicry skills. Whether you feel the need to sing, speak, or display your own beautiful plumage, our Communication Potion is here to assist you in your expressive endeavors. This potion features blue floral notes – symbolic of the throat chakra – as well ingredients paying tribute to the avian realms: airy and light, with a minty and watery aura. Bird of Paradise, hyacinth orchid, blue hyacinth, blue iris and blue hydrangea are refreshed with accents of basil, cucumber and peppermint.


BIRD OF PARADISE ~ Beginnings, excitement, wonderment.

BASIL ~ Creates empathy between couples; love, fidelity. Invigorates, protection. Mends quarrels.
BLUE IRIS ~ Friendship, faith, wisdom, valor and promise; purification, resurrection.
BLUE HYACINTH ~ Attracts love and luck; protection, playfulness, joy, relieves grief, eases childbirth. Dependability, constancy, friendship.
HYACINTH ORCHID ~ Strong love symbol; beauty, refinement, fertility, creativity, psychic powers.
BLUE HYDRANGEA ~ Hex breaking.
CUCUMBER ~ Healing, fertility, abundance, invigorating.
PEPPERMINT ~ Stimulates, restores and uplifts. Cleansing, purification, relaxation, sleep, healing, psychic amplifier.


Created by: Mara Fox

Description: Julie (luna65)

Label art:  Liz featuring Lestat

Spell Collection 2013


About the Familiar:

With intelligence to match the average human preschooler, it's no wonder parrots were long considered to be familiars. I am convinced my Yellow-Naped Amazon, Lestat, is a human being in a green feathered body. He has communication down to a science. Not only does this bird talk, he has an entire iPad-worthy playlist. His repertoire consists of, among other things, lines from Those Were the Days from All in the Family, Eddie Money's Take Me Home Tonight, Guns 'N Roses' I Used to Love Her, Lynyrd Skynyrd's That Smell, the Ghostbusters theme, and Chilly Down from Jim Henson’s Labyrinth. He even attempts opera sometimes (that doesn’t go very well). You don't own these birds; they own you. Lestat talks back, often in context, and isn’t shy about telling the homo sapiens what he wants. When I walk out of the room he follows me in a huff snapping “Hey! Hey! Where you goin’ huh? Whatcha doin’?” and if he demands people food, he goes “You’re gonna get gourmet!” When I’m leaving the house, he raises a scaly foot, waves and says goodbye. He’s the one who tells me when he wants to go to bed, not the other way around (“You wanna go goodnight? Goodnight Lestat!”) There's nothing like a creepy disembodied voice saying goodnight when you walk past his cage in the middle of the night. Lestat is also bilingual--he can call you a moron in Greek.


The motto of LPMP is "Add a little MAGIC to your life!" and we sincerely endeavor to do just that by offering a wide variety of fragrances which enhance the wearer by means of scent and intent. With our Spell Collection 2013 we have created an arsenal of beautiful-smelling metaphysical tools for all the ways in which our credo can be enacted. And we pay tribute to that most essential of magickal components - the familiar – by featuring the beloved animal companions of some of our customers/friends/forum members depicted on the labels for this set of scents. So please enjoy the Spell Collection as fragrances, and utilize them in ritual work with a pure heart and a focused mind…because the true magic is, ever and always, in YOU!


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