Aster

Name: ASTER spp.

Toxicity: considered toxic

A. linosyris (Goldilocks Aster)   Continent: Europe   Habitat: VII

A. tripolium (Sea Aster)   Continent: Eurasia   Habitat: VII

Applicable Plant Components: root, flower, herb

Sanctificational: root

Invitatory: root

Convocational: root

Fortificational: flower, herb

Desistant: flower

Pacificatory: root, herb

Reconciliatory: root, herb

Reversional: herb

Theurgical: herb, flower

Amoristic: herb, flower

Protectant: herb

Vulnerary: root, herb

Sanguinary: root, herb

Plenitudinal: root, herb

Ensurant: herb

Divinatory: herb

Affixal: root

Affirmational: herb

Resurgent: root

Anecdotal: The spirit within Aster is invoked to address spiritual pain related to subjective or genetous experiences. The range of issues includes attrition of spiritual energy or direction, loss of sacred songs or self-expression, inability to understand visions or dreams one receives, or to perceive the guidance of ancestors and benevolent spirits. It is a formidable incarnant for reconciling endopsychic wounds. The smudge or steam of Aster flowers exorcises malevolent spirits thought to cause these problems including those believed capable of shooting dangerous, invisible arrows as a means to an end. It affords protection against malevolent spirits, accidents, injuries from elements, or fatigue. The flowers can be strung into necklaces or reduced to a wash for strength and stamina. Smudge or steam is an agent of empowerment as well and a lure when hunting ones personal medicine. Aster is feminine, linked to sacred cycles and associated with circumstantial or ritual birth, death and rebirth.




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