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Bladderwrack: Correspondences

Author: Gwydion


Fucus visiculosus
Folk Names: Bladder Fucus, Cutweed,
Kelp, Sea Spirit, Seawrack, Seetang
Gender: Feminine
Planet: Moon
Element: Water
Deity:
Power: Protection, Money, Sea Spells,
Wind Spells, Psychic Powers

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Another dazzling seaside secret for fish is to gather some bladderwrack and, back at the holiday house, plunge it into some boiling water, then rinse it under cold water. You will be amazed to see the brown seaweed turn to a sexy, vibrant green colour.

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