Jericho Flower / Resurrection Plant - Ritual Blessing
These flowers are also known to be great in love spells where you are seeking to bring to life love that has died or create love where there was none before. Sometimes called the Rose of Jericho, or resurrection flower. Often confused with its Middle Eastern/African counterpart Anastatica, this plant is also commonly known as: the flower of stone, false rose of Jericho, resurrection moss, dinosaur plant, siempre viva, stone flower, white mustard flower, and doradilla.
This is a plant said to be an everlasting plant with mystical qualities. Place the plant in a saucer of water and watch it grow. The water is said to have mystical qualities and can be sprinkled about the house to erase negative influences, bring peace, harmony and abundance. The Rose Of Jericho can be used again and again.
Carry dry clippings on your person to absorb negative energy.
The Rose of Jericho is said to erase negative influences, bring peace, harmony and abundance. It is is a rare magickal botanical, sought after for use in voodoo and santeria traditions for love and money spells. While another traditional Witchraft use is to use the water to cleanse yourself self before ritual or spell work, wash floors, doorways and anoint candles.
The dry Rose of Jericho should not rot. Place your Rose of Jericho in a bowl with water, after half an hour, it will start spread its branches wide open. You can use cold, warm or even boiling water, which would normally kill any other plant! Water it every day for up to 7 days. Then allow to dehydrate completely (about 2 days), the Jericho will close its branches and curl back into a ball. Then you can re-use it again and again. Many families will carefully keep the plant, passing it from generation to generation.