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During the fall of the year, we performed a working to strengthen the necromantic virtue of myrrh. High quality myrrh was hand-selected and buried over a grave in a local cemetery for the three nights before during and after the dark moon, with petitions to the dead and candles burned each night. Afterwards, we set it to leaven in the working cauldron on our hearth. The myrrh has not been exposed to daylight since. It may be given in offerings to spirits with psychopomp functions (like Hecate), used in works of necromancy, or made into spirits of myrrh for the protection of bones.