Traveler’s Joy (Clematis)

Name: Clematis vitalba

Toxicity: considered toxic

Common Name: Traveler’s Joy

Continent: Eurasia

Habitat: IV

Applicable Plant Components:herb, root, flower, bark, seed, stem

Sanctificational: herb, flower

Convocational: root, herb

Psychical: herb

Harmonical: herb

Pacificatory: herb, bark

Reconciliatory: herb, bark

Reversional: herb, flower

Theurgical: root, herb

Amoristic: herb

Protectant: flower, root, herb

Tutelary: root

Preserval: herb, root

Vulnerary: seed, herb, flower

Sanguinary: herb

Plenitudinal: root

Plenarial: root, herb

Ensurant: root, herb

Soporific: stem

Divinatory: stem

Affirmational: herb, flower

Resurgent: herb, root

Anecdotal: The spirit within Clematis is invoked to address spiritual pain that results in the inability to move energy. It is a formidable incarnant for reconciling endopsychic wounds that cause an impaired sense of wellness and a lack of enthusiasm for life. Clematis is entreated in spirit handling to exorcise the malevolent spirits responsible for the loss of personal shields, sacred songs, visions, and artistic forms of self-expression. It is regarded as a counter irritant against the spirits believed to trigger frayed agitation and loss of attention or focus. Some of these spirits are believed to injure with invisible arrows and Clematis leaves are used to extract the projectiles. Clematis is a guardian of sacred cycles associated with effective movement through circumstantial or ritual birth, death and rebirth. The foliage and roots afford inordinate protection with regard to all of the issues mentioned. Some practitioners use Clematis to induce profound dream states. The fiber of Clematis can be rendered into carrying nets and bowstrings while its wood was once used for bows.

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