Monday Make A – To Make Ostara Eggs

March 8, 2010 at 10:11 am (Associations, Children, Colors, Eggs, Herbs, Kids, Magic, Monday, Ostara, pagan, Witch, Witchlets)

To Make Ostara Eggs
unknown author

Boil a handful of an herb of flower until the water is well colored. Place the water into a heat-resistant cup or bowl. Stir in a teaspoon of vinegar and a pinch of salt and allow soaking.

For the colors use the following:

  • Yellow – Carrots, white grape juice, turmeric, fenugreek
  • Orange – Onion Skins, Madder Root, Cayenne
  • Red – Red onion skins, madder root, cayenne
  • Red-Violet – purple grape juice, red raspberries
  • Green – Carrot tops, bracken
  • Blue – Blueberries, Red Cabbage, Black raspberries
  • Blue-Violet – Blackberries, Beet juice, Mulberries
  • Pink – Heather

The meaning for the colors:

  • White: Purity, birth, virginity, and ignorance.
  • Yellow: Youth, light, purity, happiness an wisdom
  • Red: passion, love, enthusiasm
  • Orange: Endurance, strength, power
  • Green: Renewal, freshness, hope, victory of life over death
  • Brown: earth
  • Blue: Sky, good health derived from air
  • Purple: patience, trust and power
  • Black: remembrance, eternity, constancy, death

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