Thyme (Thymus)

Name: THYMUS spp.

Toxicity: not known

T. pulegioides   (Large Thyme)   Continent:Europe   Habitat: III

T. praecox (Wild Thyme)   Continent:Europe   Habitat: VI, VII

T. serphyllum (Thyme)    Continent:Europe   Habitat: VI

Applicable Plant Component: herb

Sanctificational

Convocational

Fortificational

Psychical

Pacificatory

Reconciliatory

Theurgical

Protectant

Tutelary

Preserval

Vulnerary

Sanguinary

Plenitudinal

Soporific

Resurgent

Anecdotal: Thymus is a gatekeeper to other realms creating a comfortable habitat for beneficent spirits and nature spirits. These entities come and live in gardens containing Thymus. They afford tremendous protection against malevolent spirits that cause nightmares, anxiety, sorrow or shyness. Wearing Thymus, burning it as smudge or simmering it to steam can attain the same protective power. These processes support good health, aid in the development of psychic ability, promote courage and enhance strength, vigor and spiritual energy. Thymus has a feminine, cyclical nature. The presence of its sprigs is believed to make individuals irresistible to love interests. It figures well into healing old sorrows and old, lingering illnesses too. Thymus is serious medicine used to cast healing spells and prepare participants for healing rituals with its smudge. These rituals pertain to addressing spiritual pain caused by the parasitic nature of some malevolent spirits. They can cause the losses of expression, enthusiasm and productive rest. Thymus resolves the related endopsychic wounds and restores peaceful effectiveness in ones life.




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