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Callery Pear – Alchemy

Callery Pear (Bradford Pear)

Pyrus calleryana Decne.

Specimen sighted: Fairview, TX

Metaphysical attributes:*

Bark: None, not recommended

Leaves: *Yes, pomace (pounding leaves in mortar with pestle), lick the pomace (without really having anything to ingest*), pray to God and ask for your desires. Put pomace down. Then end with amen. Wash tongue and don’t swallow anything.*

Fruit/Nut: Grind up into powder and pray over. I saw a lit candle in the background during this ritual (don’t put powder in the candle), pray over it, ask for what you want. I saw the ritualist kneeling and then get up from the prayer. *Never ingest, poisonous

Flower. Source: Wikipedia Commons

Flower: Crushed, not into a powder, it is still fresh like it was just picked, maybe 2 crushes with a mortar and pestle before it juices too much. Put crushed flower in the palm of your hand, smell, put down, pray over the crushed flower, any desire.

Elementals & Nature Spirits associated: Many, fairies come in and out, earth elementals, tree elementals (like an Ent but they say not an Ent), gnomes, playful small beings dancing around it in a circle, celebrating, hugging it, giving it love. When asked what type of entity these were guides indicated they were one not discovered yet.

Candle manifesting: Yes, the soft still fresh (not dried) flower leaves, I see them pinching and rolling with their thumb and index finger over the candle until something drops from the petal, I see what looks like juice or dew dropping but they admitted if it is a piece of the flower that is ok, then pray or manifest with the candle as you would usually to harness the power of the Callery pear.

Healing abilities:*

  • Poultice: *Same manifesting properties as above, can be used for any desire not specific to one (universal). The seed of the Callery pear is poisonous and cannot be ingested. There is no data on the flower, so best not to ingest unless you have another reputable source that says otherwise.
  • Powder: *Same manifesting properties as above, can be used for any desire not specific to one (universal). The seed of the Callery pear is poisonous and cannot be ingested. There is no data on the flower, so best not to ingest unless you have another reputable source that says otherwise.
  • Tincture: *The seed of the Callery pear is poisonous and cannot be ingested. There is no data on the flower, so best not to ingest unless you have another reputable source that says otherwise.
  • Tea: *There is no data on the flower, so best not to ingest unless you have another reputable source that says otherwise.
  • Salve : *Same manifesting properties as above, can be used for any desire not specific to one (universal). The seed of the Callery pear is poisonous and cannot be ingested. There is no data on the flower, so best not to ingest.

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