Spindle Tree (Euonymus)

Name: Euonymus europaea

Toxicity: considered toxic

Common Names: Skewerwood, Prickwood, Spindle Tree

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: IV

Applicable Plant Components: root, herb, bark, cambium

Sanctificational: root, herb

Invitatory: herb

Convocational: herb

Intensificational: root

Desistant: herb

Harmonical: herb

Pacificatory: bark, root

Reconciliatory: bark, root

Reversional: root

Theurgical: herb

Amoristic: bark

Protectant: herb

Vulnerary: bark, root

Plenarial: bark, root

Divinatory: bark

Affirmational: bark

Resurgent: bark, plant, cambium

Anecdotal: Euonymus is used to make pipe stems and it is considered Ram Medicine. It is an agent of watchfulness and sudden vibrant power manifesting as enlightenment or illumination. It is entreated to resolve the consequences of ending a fast before appropriate. Euonymus is associated with inner creative forces and the satisfaction that results from persistent endeavor or the unselfish service to others. It teaches that obligations must be fulfilled before one can move forward. The spirit within Euonymus is invoked to exorcise any malevolent spirits meddling in the issues mentioned, creating a profound sense of vision and self-expression as well as formidable shield of protection. Spirit handlers also resolve any related endopsychic wounds with Euonymus. It is linked to sacred cycles and the challenges associated with ritual or circumstantial rebirth.




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