Faye Folk Incense
A blended scent - sweet and floral
Traditional Uses: Appealing to faye folk (also called faeries or fairies) and similar entities.
Suggested Use: Faye Folk incense helps us "ordinary people" (we use the term loosely) contact the faye folk, otherwise known as fairies or the "Little People." This list includes includes fairies, elves, leprechauns, gnomes, sprites, wood nymphs, etc. Choose a place where you think faye might be about, then set out a small repast (we recommend honey-cakes and wine), light the incense, and wait for them to come out. Reputedly, the smoke from the incense can help you see them more clearly, and the sweet smell will attract them within a few hours. (If that doesn't work, we recommend the following ancient secret call: "Heeerrre Fairy, Fairy, Fairy!" -- Just kidding.)
History: Lighting incense is a traditional way to honor the higher powers and to begin metaphysical workings, magick, ceremonies, and meditations. For thousands of years, people have used incense for all these purposes and more. You can light incense for your own private purposes, and ours is one of the best. Long ago incense was hand-made, by powdering wood pulp, charcoal, and resin then compressing the mixture into a stick or cone shape. Dreaming Gates incense is still made by hand, the way our ancient ancestors made offerings to their gods and guides. Each piece is soaked and empowered in the process for exceptional strength.