Special Offer – Now Thru April 30th…

Make You Own Incense Sticks!

Now through April 30th buy any two of our Hand-Blended Oils and receive a package of 10 Unscented Incense Sticks – FREE. Our Unscented Incense Sticks come complete with instructions to create your own incense sticks using the oil fragrance of your choice.

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Meet Our Newest Editions…


This year Salem’s Moon is making some big changes!

First we took out all the dyes and colorings that we used in our Magickal Oils. Now we want to introduce you to a few of the changes we have made to our Magickal Oil and Incense family.

Some of our Magickal Oils got new names:

fourangels1 4 Angels / 4 Watchtowers Oil (and Incense) have had their names shortened to Four Angels.

Flying Astral Projection Oil (and Incense) is now simply Flying.

lovespice1 Great Sex Oil Oil (and Incense) is now Love Spice. Same great formula – new name.

Purple Wisdom Oil (and Incense) is now Wisdom. As we have removed the dyes and colorings from the oils, we couldn’t keep calling it Purple Wisdom. The formula remains the same – only the name has been changed.

St. Michael the Archangel Oil (and Incense) is now Saint Michael.

Three Kings – Success Oil (and Incense) became simply Success.

hecate1Torch of Hecate Oil (and Incense) is now Hecate.

Most of these changes were made to simplify and consolidate the Oil and Incense names.  Once again – the formulas all remain the same – only the names have been changed.

We have added New Oils…

Enchanted Evening – for when you hope for an evening of enchantment (be it love or just a really good movie).  ladyluck1

Lady Luck – to win her favor in all you do.

Passion – Sometimes there are things we want to do or need to do, but we are not “inspired.” A little bit of passion is what we need.

We have also expanded our Incense and Special Value “Combo Pak” collections…

Enchanted Evening These incenses are compatible with their oil counterparts and can be purchased separately or as a “Special Value – Combo Pak”…Dragon Magick, Enchanted Evening, Guardian Angel, Isis, Magickal Protection, Ouija, Star Goddess, Tarot and  White Goddess.

All these products and more can be purchased through our SQUARE Store site.

Announcing Our New Collection of Dye Free Oils…

fairymagic1 Salem’s Moon is proud to announce our new collection of DYE FREE essential oils!

In keeping with our mission to provide products that are as all natural as possible we have now eliminated the coloring agents that we add to our essential oils.  The only color you will see now in our Magickal Oils is the innate color of the essential oils we buy to create our hand-blended products.

You can find our new oils HERE.

Imbolc / Candelmas / St. Brighid’s Day…

Crocus Imbolc or Imbolg, is a Gaelic festival marking the beginning of spring. Most commonly it is held between January 31st and February 2nd, or halfway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox.  It is one of the four Gaelic seasonal festivals, along with Beltane, Lughnasadh and Samhain. This holiday is also known as Candlemas, or Brighid’s (pronounced BREED) Day. It commemorates the changing of the Goddess from the Crone to the Maiden and celebrates the first signs of Spring.

Traditionally, the holiday was a festival of the hearth and home, and a celebration of the lengthening days and the early signs of spring. Celebrations often involved hearthfires, special foods (butter, milk, and bannocks, for example), divination or watching for omens, candles or a bonfire if the weather permitted. Fire and purification were an important part of the festival. The lighting of candles and fires represented the return of warmth and the increasing power of the Sun over the coming months. It is traditional upon Imbolc, at sunset or just after ritual, to light every lamp in the house – if only for a few moments. Or, light candles in each room in honor of the Sun’s rebirth. 

If snow lies on the ground outside, walk in it for a moment, recalling the warmth of summer. With your projective hand, trace an image of the Sun on the snow.

Foods appropriate to eat on this day include those from the dairy, since Imbolc marks the festival of calving. Sour cream dishes are fine. Spicy and full-bodied foods in honor of the Sun are equally attuned. Curries and all dishes made with peppers, onions, leeks, shallots, garlic or chives are appropriate. Spiced wines and dishes containing raisins – all foods symbolic of the Sun – are also traditional.

Deities of Imbolc:
All Virgin/Maiden Goddesses, Brighid, Aradia, Athena, Inanna, Gaia, and Februa, and Gods of Love and Fertility, Aengus Og, Eros, and Februus.

Symbolism of Imbolc:
Purity Growth and Renewal, The Re-Union of the Goddess and clip_image002the God, Fertility, and dispensing of the old and making way for the new.

Symbols of Imbolc:
Brideo’gas, Besoms, White Flowers, Candle Wheels, Brighid’s Crosses, Priapic Wands (acorn-tipped) – shown right, and Ploughs.

Herbs of Imbolc:
Angelica, Basil, Bay Laurel, Blackberry, Celandine, Coltsfoot, Heather, Iris, Myrrh, Tansy, Violets and all white or yellow flowers.

Trees of Imbolc: Luis, or the Rowan, is the tree usually assigned to this time of year in the Celtic (Ogham) Tree Alphabet. It has long associations with the Maiden aspect of the Triple Goddess. It is also known as the ‘Quickening Tree’ and is associated with serpents. Traditionally it protects and wards of evil. A sprig of Rowan can be put near the door of your home (we have a whole tree), or a sprig worn for protection. Rowan berries have a tiny five-pointed star on the bottom reminiscent of the pentagram.

2 Come celebrate the season at Rifka’s Curiosity Shop at 120 Sullivan Street in Wurtsboro, NY during the the 2015 Wurtsboro Winterfest! Jessica from Salem’s Moon will be demonstrating how to carve and decorate our Wyscan Candles. It’s also a great time to purchase your Salem’s Moon Spell Kits while they are still on sale at Rifka’s – Buy Any 3 Spell Kits and Receive an Oil or Incense of Your Choice – FREE! Rifka is also participating in the Winterfest 2015 Treasure Hunt – so stop by and say hello.

The Celtic Tree Calendar…

celticzodiac “The Celtic Tree Calendar is a calendar with thirteen lunar divisions. Most contemporary Pagans use fixed dates for each “month”, rather than following the waxing and waning lunar cycle. If this was done, eventually the calendar would fall out of sync with the Gregorian year, because some calendar years have 12 full moons and others have 13. The modern tree calendar is based on a concept that letters in the ancient Celtic Ogham alphabet corresponded to a tree.

Although you don’t have to follow a Celtic path to celebrate the Celtic tree calendar months, you’ll find that each of the themes in the Celtic tree months ties strongly to Celtic culture and mythology.

Birch-Tree-Desktop-Wallpaper-06 The Birch Moon is a time of rebirth and regeneration. As the Solstice passes, it is time to look towards the light once more. When a forested area burns, Birch is the first tree to grow back. The Celtic name for this month is Beth, pronounced beh. Workings done in this month add momentum and a bit of extra “oomph” to new endeavors. The Birch is also associated with magic done for creativity and fertility, as well as healing and protection. Tie a red ribbon around the trunk of a Birch tree to ward off negative energy. Hang Birch twigs over a cradle to protect a newborn from psychic harm. Use Birch bark as magical parchment to keep writings safe.

_wsb_644x389_rowan-tree-2 The Rowan Moon is associated with Brighid, the Celtic goddess of hearth and home. Honored on February 1, at Imbolc, Brighid is a fire goddess who offers protection to mothers and families, as well as watching over the hearthfires. This is a good time of year to perform initiations (or, if you’re not part of a group, do a self-dedication). Known by the Celts as Luis (pronounced loush), the Rowan is associated with astral travel, personal power, and success. A charm carved into a bit of a Rowan twig will protect the wearer from harm. The Norsemen were known to have used Rowan branches as rune staves of protection. In some countries, Rowan is planted in graveyards to prevent the dead from lingering around too long.” – Read more – http://paganwiccan.about.com/od/moonphasemagic/ss/Celtic-Tree-Months.htm

Salem’s Moon Spell Kits Now on Sale at Rifka’s…

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Rifka’s Curiosity Shop at 120 Sullivan Street in Wurtsboro, NY carries the full line of Salem’s Moon hand-crafted Incenses, Oils, Spell Kits and Wȳscan Candel Kits.

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