Born on June 1st – 10th. Second Decan, 10-20 degrees, ruled by Venus:
This herb is associated with goddess Aphrodite who claimed it as her sacred Flower. It is believed to attract good luck and amazing experiences in love and all kinds of relationships. Moreover, Myrtle is used in wedding ceremonies to promote peace, fertility and happy life.
Born on June 11th – 21st. Third Decan, 20-30 degrees, ruled by Uranus:
Lily of the valley
This amazing flower is favored by Witches around the world for its amazing abilities to promote good luck in relationships. Moreover, it promotes tranquility and peace of mind while it gently enhances our psychic powers. Furthermore, lily of the valley can be used in memory spells to remember what is hidden.
4. Cancer: Water, Ruled by Moon
Born on June 22nd – July 1st. First Decan, 0-10 degrees, ruled by Moon:
Jasmine is considered a flower of attraction which in magical terms means that it can be used in spells and magic when you wish to bring something (love, money, happiness – you name it!) in your life. It corresponds to the element of Water and was always considered to be primarily feminine and lunar flower loved by witches of all ages globally. From a deity perspective, Jasmine is closely associated with lunar female deities such as Luna and Selene and with Goddesses of Love such as Venus and Aphrodite.
Born on July 2nd – 12th. Second Decan, 10-20 degrees, ruled by Pluto:
Along with Evening Primrose and Jasmine, Lily is sacred to Archangel Gabriel. This particular flower is blessed with the defensive powers of Water and the Moon. Lilies are believed to increase fidelity and protect and guard your home and family against unwanted entities and humans. They are also considered perfect antidotes to love spells and charms.
Born on July 13th – 22nd: Third Decan, 20-30 degrees, ruled by Neptune:
Your Lucky Flower actually grows in the wilds and blooms at night. This amazing flower is considered a treasure for all Witches, Nocturnal or not. According to “The Kabalistic and Occult Tarot of Eliphas Levi” Evening Primrose is essential for all Rituals associated with the Moon as it should ‘decorate the altar with garlands of armoise (query, artemisia, and mugwort), evening primrose and yellow ranunculus’. Moreover, this amazing flower can help you radiate beauty from the inside and call friends and lovers.
5. Leo: Fire, Ruled by Sun
Born on July 23rd – August 1st. First Decan, 0-10 degrees, ruled by Sun:
Where are Sun, shadows flee? Likewise, where Sunflower is present, negative energy can be transformed into Good Magic. Hence, Sunflower is used to conjure the forces of Good and Light. It is believed to attract good luck and beneficial entities to the ones who live near it. Your lucky flower is also considered to enhance fertility and abundance.
Born on August 2nd – 12th. Second Decan, 10-20 degrees, ruled by Jupiter
Dignity and Elegance are the keys of this magical flower. It is used to heal one’s self-esteem. The ones who are blessed with this flower are believed to shine over difficult situations, as winners and keepers of the Word. Dahlia is also believed to attract wisdom and arcane knowledge. You are blessed with Magical Powers and you will soon learn how to use them properly.
Born on August 13th – 23rd. Third Decan, 20-30 degrees, ruled by Mars:
Passion Flower is used as an active ingredient in many Love Spells to bring or raise passion and it is a herb of Sun. The plant is used both to attract a passionate lover and instill with passion the Witch him/herself. It can also be used to bring passion in a current relationship and raise long-forgotten feelings like a Phoenix from its ashes. Passion Flower can bring passion but has also the power to moderate it. It is an excellent herb to use with the appropriate incantations and rituals for home blessing and to bring peace.
6. Virgo: Earth, Ruled by Mercury
Born on August 24th – September 3rd. First Decan, 0-10 degrees, ruled by Mercury:
Iris (Orris Root)
Queen Elizabeth Root comes from the Magnificently Beautiful and Fragrant flower called Iris. Talking about Iris, we mean the species of Iris Germanica, Iris Florentina, and Iris Pallida. Iris is the name of Goddess Iris, the Messenger of the Gods, often depicted carry the Kerykeion – Caduceus. Like Hermes, Iris is a Messenger of the Gods. Her symbols are also the Rainbow. This magnificent flower is believed to attract men and good luck.