Stones and Metals: Amethyst, Tin, Turquoise, Lapis-Lazuli, Dark Sapphire
Numerical Value: 4
Color: Purple, Deep Blue
Music: “Jupiter” from The Planets by Holst, Something royal or that makes you think of the wind, rain and storms
Symbols: Mooring-Rope, Wind, Rain, Horned Crown
Day of the Week: Thursday
Scents: Petrichor, Balm, Cinnamon, Nutmeg, Abramelin
Wood: Fir, Pine
Herbs: Agrimony, Endive, Hollyhock, Asparagus, Hyssop, Vanilla Bean, Avens, Jasmine, Salsify, Balm, Myrrh, Chestnut, Betony, Oak, Papaya, Borage, Pinks, Meadowsweet, Chervil, Sage, Viper’s Bugloss, Cinquefoil, Sumac, Bilbury, Costmary, Datura, Anise, Dandelion, Turnip, Toadflax, Dock, Nutmeg, Currants, Tonka Bean,
Beverages: Papaya Nectar, Dandelion Wine, Jasmine Tea, Malt Whisky
- Gather a number of correspondences
- Lite 2 candles on the alter
- Sprinkle holy water
- Pour out a corresponding scented oil into the oil cylinder
- Pour out a corresponding libation to Enlil
- Perform initial steps of Enenuru-sig Aš-me
- Recite Enlil in the E-kur (transliteration, translation)
- Use the scrying surface to perform scrying
- Thank Enlil
- Perform finishing steps of Enenuru-sig Aš-me
- At the completion of the ritual, put out the candles using the blade of your knife
- Dispose of the contents of the offering bowl and cup (We mustn’t reuse what was given to a deity.)
- Clean up your area
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Cunningham, Scott. Cunningham’s Encyclopaedia of Crystal, Gem and Metal Magic. Llewellyn Pubns., U.S., 2017.