Centaury (Centaurium)


Toxicity: not known

C. erythraea (Feverwort)    Continent: Eurasia    Habitat: VI, VII

C. pulchellum (Centaury)    Continent: Eurasia    Habitat: III, VI

Applicable Plant Components: herb, flower

Convocational: herb

Psychical: herb

Harmonical: herb

Pacificatory: flower

Theurgical: herb

Vulnerary: herb

Plenitudinal: herb

Anecdotal: The spirit within Centaurium is invoked to address spiritual pain associated with past, genetous events that led to the loss of will as well as the loss of spiritual energy or direction. It is a formidable incarnant for reconciling endopsychic wounds including broken hearts. It provides inordinate protection against malevolent spirits, especially those that shoot invisible arrows. The properties extend to include exorcising those that perpetrate the loss of comprehension regarding dreams and visions. It is believed that Centaurium is at it’s finest as smudge or steam entreated during nights when the stars are bright and vivid. Perhaps distasteful to some I learned that when Centaurium is added to plover or lapwing blood and burned in a lamp it invokes malevolent spirits in order to identify and defeat them. In no manner could I personally consider, condone or excuse such practices in my own life. I offer this information only because I found it in the historic record.

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