Candle of Love Spell

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Items needed: 3’ length of red silk cord, Love-drawing oil. Love-drawing incense One red candle that will burn for at least seven hours.   Begin this spell on a Monday during the waxing moon. Place the red candle in the centre of your altar and light the incense. Use a pin or sharp knife to etch the names of each person …

Love Drawing Potion

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Items needed: One glass sauce pan, dove’s blood ink, a small paint brush, sweet red wine, a metal tea ball, one cup honey, and the following herbs: 3 fresh mint leaves, 7 rosebud petals, 1 pinch orange zest (orange peel), 1 pinch coriander, and 1 pinch basil. Put the herbs into the tea ball and set aside. On the outside …

Potion

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You just can’t help associating glowing cauldrons and magickal potions with Witchcraft. Cartoons, movies, and fairy tales are filled with enchanting sorceresses whispering over steaming philters of fascination. One drink, and you are forever under her spell. Or, in a less favorable light, there is always a haggard old crone bending over her bubbling brew of noxious goo, intended to bring …

The Healing Poppet

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Fashion small sticks of applewood into a human frame and cover with green cotton cloth to form the poppet. Fill with the following coarsely ground herbs: angelica, eucalyptus, ginseng, life everlasting, peppermint, spearmint, and wintergreen. Attach a photograph of the person to be healed to the poppet. Begin the spell during the waning moon. Place the poppet on your altar …

Personal Success Poppet

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This poppet will help you land a new job, get a promotion, or achieve that special goal. You will need to make a doll out of a piece of your clothing. Coarsely grind equal amounts of the following herbs: cinnamon, bay, marigold, orange peel, rosemary, witch hazel. Fill the poppet with the herb mixture and sew up the opening. Affix …

Poppet

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A poppet is a doll fashioned from cloth or clay to represent a person or persons at whom a spell is directed. The cloth doll is usually stuffed with Spanish moss, to give it form, and herbs that correspond with the primary intention of the spell. When clay is used, small amounts of the primary herbs are crushed and then …

Planetary Correspondence, Saturn

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Saturn Glyph Symbols Scythe, key, double axe Deities Saturn, Kronos, Hera, Kali, Net Archangel Cassiel Day Saturday Color Black Number Three Metal Lead Stones Onyx, obsidian, jet, hematite, apache tear Incense Patchouli, Myrrh Plants Belladonna, hemlock, ladyslipper, yew Trees Beech, yew, elm, ebony, cypress Animals Goat, spider, goose, bat Saturn is the planet of stability and restriction. Its energies test …

Planetary Correspondence, Venus

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Venus Glyph Symbols Mirror, girdle, shell Deity Venus, Aphrodite, Ishtar, Lakshmi, Bast Archangel Anael Day Friday Colors Green, turquoise, luminescent greenish white Number Seven Metal Copper Stone Emerald, jade, lapis lazuli, chrysocolla, coral Incense Rose, lilac, violet Plants Rose, iris, orchid, orris, passion flower, vanilla Trees Apple, cherry, avocado, fig Animals Lynx, cat, rabbit, dove, sparrow Venus is the epitome …

Planetary Correspondence, Jupiter

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Jupiter Glyph Symbols Thunderbolt, trident, crown Deities Zeus, Athena, Jupiter, Minerva, Tinia, Marduk, Maat Archangel Sachiel Day Thursday Colors Purple, dark blue Number Four Metal Tin Stones Amethyst, lepidolite, sugilite Incense Pine, sandalwood, clove Plants Borage, sage, betony, nutmeg Tree Juniper, cedar, pine, sycamore Animals Whale, swan, eagle Jupiter corresponds to knowledge, understanding, good judgment, and prosperity. It rules the …

Planetary Correspondence, Mars

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Glyph Symbols Pentagram, lance, scourge Deities Mars, Volcanus, Durga, Sekhmet Archangel Samuel Day Tuesday Colors Red, burgundy Number Five Metal Iron Stones Bloodstone, flint, onyx, garnet, ruby Incense Dragonsblood, galangal, tobacco Plants Bloodroot, ginger, snapdragon, nettle Trees Rowan, ash, pepper tree Animals Ram, wolf, scorpion, salamander Mars is dynamic energy, enthusiasm, and resolution. It rules personal expression, character, and bodily …

Planetary Correspondence, The Moon

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Glyph Symbols Crescent, cup, silver sickle Deities Hecate, Selene, Diana, Thoth Archangel Gabriel Day Monday Colors Silver, white, Number Two Metal Silver Stones Moonstone, pearl, chalcedony, mother of pearl Incense Jasmine, lotus, ylang-ylang Plants Lily, hyacinth, iris, narcissus Trees Willow, hawthorn Animals Crab, owl, vulture, horse There are more myths and legends about the moon than any other planetary body. …

Planetary Correspondence, The Sun

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Glyph Symbols Hexagram, diadem, alchemical crucible Deities Apollo, Sol, Dionysos, Helios, Bridget, Aine, Macha Archangel Michael Day Sunday Colors Gold, yellow Numbers One or six Metal Gold Stones Diamond, amber, clear quartz, topaz Incense Frankincense, sandalwood Plant Bay, cinnamon, heliotrope, marigold, orange Trees Oak, pine Animals Lion, hawk, bull The sun is authoritative, creative, courageous, and healing. With its life-giving …

Planets

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Millions of years old, from ancient Babylon to modern times, the planets have always symbolized the essential forces of the universe. Equated with the gods, endowed with magickal attributes, and viewed as lights of influence, then and now the planets affect all aspects of daily life. The sun and the moon, which dominated the daylight hours and night skies, were …

Physical Properties of the Pentacle

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When performing a magickal rite, it is important that the symbols you use convey your objective. As an agency of the Earth element, the pentacle makes the ideal surface on which to place your symbolic representations during ritual. Because the pentacle will be serving as the host to your magickal objectives, it is important to consider the physical properties of …

Pentacle

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No other symbol is more widely associated with Witchcraft than the pentacle, a round disk engraved with a pentagram (five-pointed star). The circle surrounding the pentagram is the universal symbol of totality. The pentagram itself symbolizes the human microcosm. It also represents the five elements: Air, Fire, Water, Earth, and Spirit. Upright (as pictured), the pentacle depicts the spirit above …

Oils

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The sense of smell is one of the most powerful senses humans have. Connected on a primal level to the unconscious, smell reacts without your conscious knowledge or will. Tied to memory, scent can bring pleasure, alert to danger, cause revulsion, and affect health. Every odor that you perceive causes a chemical reaction in the brain, triggering instincts rather than …

Numerology Analysis

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To analyze an individual using numerology, begin with the date of birth number. This represents the subject’s inborn characteristics and is known as the personality number. Next you will want to analyze the name number by which your subject is best known. It will show traits developed during life. Your subject’s inner nature is best expressed by the vowel number …

Numbers and their Meanings

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One: Number one stands for all that is strong, individual, and creative. Number one people have an unswerving drive towards achievement. They are powerful characters, positive and self-reliant, and can be assertive. Most ones are ambitious and aggressive. They have excellent powers of concentration and good memories, and are natural born leaders and inventors. As they are extremely independent, ones …

Numerology

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Numerology is believed to be one of the oldest forms of divination. The ancient Egyptians and Babylonians held theories of the occult significance of numbers. During the Middle Ages, numbers were especially important to the Kabbalists, whose mystical system was based on a numerical system called gematria and the 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet. However, it was the Greek …

Waning Moon Protection Charm

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Items needed: One tsp. each patchouli, sandalwood, and clove, an incense brazier, self-igniting charcoal, and a small white stone inscribed with the following protection sigil: When the moon is no longer visible, place a piece of charcoal in your brazier and light it. Mix the herbs together and sprinkle them over the glowing coal. As the mixture begins to burn, …

Full Moon Love Spell

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Items needed: One red candle and one white candle, 1 tsp. each of ginseng, jasmine, and lovage, three drops each of rose oil, lavender oil, and violet oil, a small white plate, a piece of parchment paper, and one 9” strip of red ribbon. On the day of the full moon, melt the red candle in a double boiler. When …

Waxing Moon Money Spell

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Items needed: One silver candle, 1 tsp. ground allspice, almond oil. On the night of the waxing moon, inscribe the silver candle with the exact amount of money you need. Rub the candle with the almond oil as you chant the following: As the moon doth wax and grow So to me doth money flow Once you feel the candle …

Full Moon Blessing Rite

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Items needed: Clear glass bowl, a one-liter bottle of spring water, silver paint, sprig of jasmine, moonstone, two white altar candles, gardenia incense and oil, small paint brush, and usual altar tools. Use the silver paint to inscribe the following symbol on the outside bottom of the bowl: Set your altar so the light of the full moon shines directly …

The Moon

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The moon, like the sun, rises in the East and sets in the West. Unlike the sun, the appearance of its size and shape continually change, at least from our earth-bound perspective. In a lunar month there are four cycles of approximately seven days. The phases the moon goes through include the dark of the moon (also called the new moon). …

The Mirror Box

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There comes a time in everyone’s life when protection is needed from outside negative forces. This is especially true for those involved in Witchcraft and the magickal arts. For some reason, it seems to be the delight of neophyte Witches to psychically attack their peers solely for the sheer delight of doing it. In such cases, where ignorance is the …

Mirror Gazing

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The most versatile mirror for augury is full length, has three panels, and provides a view of three sides of an image at once. When this triple reflective quality is combined with candlelight, it creates a very mystical effect. A full moon night is advised for scrying. Stand the mirror in the corner of a darkened room and place a …

Mirror

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The mirror signifies truth, self-knowledge, wisdom, and the soul. It is considered to be a reflection of the supernatural or divine intelligence behind creativity. The mirror also symbolizes the moon, due to its ability to reflect light. Magickally, the mirror can be used to divine the future, create protective devices, and look into your own nature. The art of divining …

The Copper Love Charm

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Items needed: Seven copper pennies, one copper bracelet, one green candle, and a green velvet pouch. Begin on the night of the new moon. Place all the items called for on your altar. Cast the magick circle, and light the green candle as you say: Power of Venus on this night Work my will by candlelight Bring to me the …

Gold Money Magick

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Items needed: Gold filings or nuggets, small dish, sunflower petals, and 10 coins. Place the dish in the sunlight. Focus your attention on the dish. Visualize the dish filling with money, cascading over the edge like a waterfall of gold. See in your mind’s eye gold, coins, and money filling the room where the dish is. Each day place a …

Planetary Metals

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Ever since Vulcan, son of Jupiter, created thunderbolts in his underground forge, the power of metal magick as been a closely guarded secret. In Western alchemy, it was believed that the metals found on earth were influenced by their corresponding planetary rulers. Each metal was then named after a planet, imbued with the planet’s attributes, and incorporated into daily life …

Mandrake

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Shaped like a human being, the mandrake (Mandragora) is a plant that has long been associated with Witchcraft. It is highly toxic and produces a narcotic effect when ingested internally—something that is not recommended! The important thing when selecting a mandrake is to find one in the shape of the opposite sex of the person on whom you wish to …

A Smoke and Fire Love Spell

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Items needed: One sheet of white parchment paper, love drawing incense (mix together 2 tbsp. each of sandalwood, lavender buds, orris root powder. To the powdered mixture add six drops rose oil and one drop cherry oil), church charcoal and censer, one red and one green candle, basic altar tools. Try to time this spell with the turning of the …

The Love Box

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Items needed: Small, heart shaped box, love-drawing incense, love-drawing oil, pink candle, parchment paper, pen, rose quartz, some of your own hair, orris root powder, charcoal, and matches. Perform this spell on the first Friday after the moon turns new. To prepare, center and ground yourself. Light the charcoal. Inscribe upon the parchment that which you specifically desire in a …

A Spell to Rekindle a Friendship

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Items needed: Oil lamp with a gold coloured or brass base, yellow lamp oil, lemon oil, yellow ribbon, yellow glass paint. On the bottom of the lamp, write your friend’s name and your name and draw the following sigil: Fill the lamp with yellow lamp oil, add three drops of lemon oil, and allow several hours for the wick to …

Lamp Magick

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The lamp has four distinct parts. The base of the lamp corresponds to the element of earth and is the foundation upon which you will structure your magickal work. The globe represents the element of air and is a reflection of your intention. The wick that burns becomes the element of fire and is a symbol of your energy, motivation, …

Lamp

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The lamp and the lantern are symbolic representations of life, the light of divinity, immortality, the intellect, guidance, and transitions in life. The striking or extinguishing of a lamp signifies the birth or death of someone. Since the lamp brings light to darkness it corresponds to truth and wisdom. The pottery or earthenware lamp is a symbol of humanity. The …

Protection Binding Spell

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If you feel that a specific person is out to do you or others harm, this simple spell should stop them in their tracks. Items needed: Photograph of the person to be bound, one black candle, one 9” piece of black cord, and a box filled with dirt. On the night of the waning moon, collect all the required items. …

Knot magick

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Knot magick, sometimes referred to as cord magick, relies mainly on the powers of concentration and visualization. The cord and tying of the knots are points of focus that will link the thought-form to the individual or situation and bind it, or hold it in position. This type of magick is used to stop a person from harming him or …

Knot

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The knot is a symbol of linking, bonding, or the connection to protective powers. The Egyptians used the knot to symbolize life and immortality. The Isis knot, which resembles an ankh with its arms at its sides, was widely used as an amulet of binding and release. It represented the ability to hold the power of magick until it was …

Key

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The key is symbolic of the power to open and the power to lock. This concept is displayed in the symbol of the dove and the key, signifying the spirit that opens the gates of heaven. In Roman mythology, Janus, the god of doors and new beginnings, was generally represented by a doorkeeper’s staff and key. The goddess Hecate was …

A Spell for Confidence and Courage

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Use this spell whenever you need for self-confidence, self-esteem, or the courage to handle a difficult situation. Items needed: One opal pendant and one red candle. Relax and let go of your fears and tensions. Take several deep breaths and then light the candle. Pick up the opal pendant, hold it in your hands, and feel the power that emanates …

Jewels

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Magickally, jewels and gems are associated with spiritual truths due to their innate talismanic attributes. Like all natural substances, gemstones contain an energy or life force of their own. The color, shape, and size of the stone are what determine its magickal value. For example, because of its red color and association with fire and the planet Mars, the ruby …

Incense

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Incense, like music, speaks without words to the conscious mind. It stirs the emotions as it brings back memories of things, events, places, and people long since forgotten. Because of its evocative nature, incense has always played an important role in both religion and magick. Priests and magicians have long believed that the burning of incense will attract higher spiritual …

Sand and Ice Love Spell

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If you feel the one you love is not responding as he or she should, use this spell to get things going. You will need a flat container of finely grained sand (please do not use cat litter). Several hours before you plan to perform this spell, freeze a fresh red rose in a container filled with water. Begin this …

A Spell to Freeze Your Enemy

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Use this spell to stop or impede an adversary or irritating person who will not take no for an answer. Items needed: One small opaque container, a bottle of Tabasco sauce, and a picture of or handwriting from the person you want to stop. Place the picture or handwriting at the bottom of the container. Sprinkle some of the Tabasco …

Ice

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Given that water is symbolic of potential, swift movement, and the ability to nurture, it only stands to reason that ice be given symbolic jurisdiction as well. Water flows, promotes growth, responds to our needs, and is one of the four elements required for survival. With magick, water is used to attract love, encourage healing, and advance transition. Ice, on …

How To Make A Hex Sign

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Be sure you have all the tools you will need to complete the sign you have designed or found. If you are doing an original drawing, plan it out first on a blank piece of paper. Be sure that the picture will represent the result you desire. On a round disk of wood or metal, draw out the hex sign. …

Hex

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The term hex comes from Early American Folk belief, and implies the use of magick to hurt or harm another person’s body, family, or property. The hex was usually cast by a hex-doctor or sorcerer, who used deep concentration and symbolic imaginary to affect his or her target. Although the hex is considered to be an evil curse or black …

All-Purpose Healing Amulet

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Items Needed: Green cloth pouch, red cloth paint or marker, and a pinch of each of the following herbs: Garlic Eucalyptus Cinnamon Sage Lay the pouch on a hard surface and smooth out all the wrinkles. Using the red cloth paint or marker, draw the following “healing symbol” on the pouch. When the paint is dry, fill the pouch with …

Herb Love Spell

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This spell will give your new romance a kick-start. As the plant grows, so will the love and affection between you and the one you desire. Items needed: One small basil plant, earth, one rose quartz crystal, and a red flower pot. Write your name and the name of the one you desire on the front of the pot. Just …

Herb Protection Pouch

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Use this spell to protect your property or a loved one you may feel is in danger. Items needed. One black candle, one small stone from a cemetery, black cloth pouch filled with a pinch of each of the following herbs and plants: Vervain Wormwood Thyme Oak bark Spanish moss On the night of the dark moon go into the …

The Urban Herb Garden

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The Window Box Even the city apartment dweller has room for herbs. Take clutter off the kitchen windowsill and replace it with an attractive planter, filled with fresh, growing herbs. The following herbs and small plants are attractive and easy to grow, and are the staples of most love spells. Window Box for Love and Attraction Basil Violets Parsley Rose …

Herbs

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Herbs provide us with an abundance of medicinal, as well as magickal substances. Most herbs are easily grown and cared for, because in reality they are weeds. Herbs will grow in the shade, in between rocks, thrive in sandy soil, and can go for long periods of time without water. Once planted, herbs return year after year and serve as …

Hair Magick

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Braid That Binds This spell is intended to bind you to the one you love. You will need three long strands of hair (about 12 inches)from your head and from your loved one’s head, a strip of red ribbon, and a small cherry wood box. Braid the strands of hair together as you chant: Let thy thoughts be only of …

Hair

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Hair represents strength and energy. Early Christians shaved their heads to show their devotion to the religion. In some cultures, it is seen as an act of purity to have all body hair removed before marriage. In the Middle Ages, cutting a person’s hair had symbolic value judicially and was done to dishonor the law breaker. In cultures where magick …

Spell for Wisdom and Truth

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This spell will help you find the happiness that comes from wisdom and truth. On the first Sunday after the new moon, inscribe a small circle in the earth. In the center of the circle draw the following symbol: Place a small gold candle on top of the symbol and arrange nine apple seeds evenly around it in a circle. …

Gypsy Protection Spell

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The Gypsies placed great value in the power of cards. This simple spell was used to protect the family from those wishing them harm. On the face side of the ace of spades, the person’s name is written in red ink. On top of this, place a black candle and three black crow feathers. At midnight, before the moon turns …

Gypsy

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Gypsy is based on the word Egyptian and refers to Little Egypt or lesser Egypt. The people who came from this area on the outskirts of Egypt were highly skilled in natural magick and were especially gifted in their ability to divine the future. A cast of turbulent wanderers, the Gypsies travelled through Europe during the Middle Ages. By the …

Golem

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Most magicians are familiar with the legend of the Golem,a figure made of clay and wood that was brought to life through a process discovered by Rabbi Yehuda Low. According to Kabbalah, Jewish mysticism, the formula for creating a Golem was found in the Sefer Yetsirah, a theory of creation derived from the first 10 numbers and 22 letters of the …

Glyph

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In Witchcraft and magick, glyph is a term used to describe a powerful symbol that represents a person, place, or thing. When the glyph is consecrated, and/or acted upon, it can ward off psychic attack, illness, and bad luck. Most glyphs are a combination of an individual’s name and birth date. These are inscribed upon a piece of parchment with …

Incenses and Fragrances based on the Element of Fire

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Allspice (money, luck) Wear allspice oil to increase luck, especially when gambling. Allspice is added to incense to attract money. Basil (love, wealth, protection) Add basil to food, or sprinkle around the house to attract love. Carry basil in a pouch to attract money and wealth. Make a wreath of basil tied with red and black ribbon for protection. Carnation …

Friendship Spell

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This spell is done to create friendship or make a friendship stronger. You will need a red candle to represent yourself and a pink candle to represent your friend. On the night of the full moon, write your name on the red candle and your friend’s name on the pink candle. Place the candles opposite each other on a table, …

Fireplace Magick

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This simple spell is used to make a wish come true, and is especially effective if done on New Year’s Eve. It is also great way to end a romantic evening or group gathering. Items needed: One square of red paper and piece of yellow paper ribbon for each person doing the spell, a small bottle of heliotrope oil, and …

Fire

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In the practice of magick, the element of fire relates to the South, the realm of energy and power. The potential of this element is expressed in the crackling flames of fire, lustful passions, or disciplines requiring strenuous endeavour. The element of fire promotes transformation and purification. Fire is the life-giving generative power of the sun. From fire, we receive …

Fairy Garden Money Spell

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Gardens, especially ones designed with a purpose, will attract good fairies, gnomes, and all manner of beneficial creatures. Cultivate a nine-foot circular patch of earth. Around the perimeter, place small stones and crystals. In the centre of the circle place a stone garden gnome. Around the gnome, plant a mixture of marigolds and clover. Each day, spend some time with …

Fairy Dust

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Items needed: A blender or coffee grinder, silver glitter, dark blue jar, three silver coins, silver paint or asilver marker, and the following dried herbs ground into a fine powder: 1 tbsp. woodruff 1 tbsp. clover 1 tbsp. rose petals 1 tbsp. jasmine 1 Tbsp. meadowsweet Place the powder into the dark blue jar. On the outside of the jar, …

Fairy Wishing Spell

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For this spell, you will need a small white birthday candle, a silver coin, seven moon cookies (sugar cookies cut into crescent moons), and a secluded wooded area where you can be alone. As you walk through the woods, keep a close eye out for Fairy circles, small circular areas surrounded by inedible red fungi with white spots. It is …

Fairy Magick

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  Because fairies are connected to nature, their spells are usually performed outdoors. A small brook, a secret lily pond, the base of your favourite tree, or a field of wildflowers all make excellent settings for fairy magick. Even large, lush window boxes, overflowing with fragrant herbs and delicate blossoms, can serve as a haven for the wee folk. Fairy …

The Fairy Realm

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Please Scroll Down for Audio Compliment Auki The mountain spirit of Peru who inhabits the high Andes, called upon by the brujos (shamans) to heal the sick. The brujos will call the auki by whistling. The auki will descend, and channel its power through the brujos.   Bogie A frightening goblin of English folklore. The bogie is described as little, …

Fairies

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Please Scroll to the end of the Story for Audio Compliment Fairies are magickal creatures endowed with the powers of shapeshifting and invisibility. They dwell in an invisible kingdom known as middle or lower earth. Often depicted as small humanoid beings with diaphanous wings, they look like tiny angels. However, they are not angels, they are unpredictable, and they can …

Eye

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment The eye is considered to be the primary organ of sense perception. It is closely associated with light, the spirit, and the sun. The eye symbolizes spiritual and mental perception and is considered to be the mirror of the soul, the organ of spiritual and mental expression. The right eye is associated with activity, …

Earth Incense and Fragrance

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment The following herbs, oils, and incense mixtures should be used when doing earth magick. Because herbs are related to earth, their vibrations will enhance all your magickal works, especially those affiliated with the earth element. Honeysuckle (money, protection) Wear honeysuckle oil to attract money. Mix honeysuckle oil with a bit of vervain for protection. …

Ivy Love Spell

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment Use this spell to win the affections of the one you desire if he or she has not returned your feelings of love. In an earthenware pot, plant a fresh cutting of ivy (which represents constant and ever growing love). Braid two lengths of red and green ribbon together. Wind the ribbon around the …

Earth

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment Earth is a physical reality. It symbolically represents both the womb and the grave. Earth is the element that brings forth life and then reclaims it. Magically, earth is viewed as the final outcome, a place where the other elements can physically manifest their nature. Earth is our base of operation, in which we …

Drawing Down the Moon

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment It was believed by the ancient Greeks and Romans that Witches had the power to draw down the moon from the sky. This assumption is not without reason. Should a witch be seen invoking the Goddess beneath a full moon, she would naturally be standing in a position where the beams from the moon …

Charm Magick

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment Charm of The Yellow Rose Dab a small amount of your favourite perfume or cologne on a tissue. Take a long-stem yellow rose, and with great feeling and emotion, charm it with the following verse: The stars above, in darkness shine, With light that fills the heavens divine. So bright with radiance our love …

Charms

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment The word charm comes from the French charme, meaning chant or song. In magick, to charm is to physically act upon an object or an individual, compelling it to change its course of action. This is usually accomplished through special rhythmic chants, songs, or music which bring the object or individual under the control …

Black Cat Protection Spell

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment A good spell to ward off the evil intentions of another, block a psychic attack, or turn your luck around. Items needed: One black cat candle, black cat oil (composed of patchouli and frankincense), and a mirror. On the night of the waxing moon, as close to midnight as possible, begin the spell. On …

Candle Love-Binding Spell

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment Use this spell to bind the love of another to you, or to reinforce the qualities of love within an already existing relationship. Items needed: One red candle, one astrologically coloured candle to represent yourself (see chart), and one astrologically coloured candle to represent the one you desire, a picture of yourself and a picture …

Suggestions for Candle Magick

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment Whenever possible make your own candles. While the wax is in a liquid form, add a corresponding oil, herbs, or flower petals. For example, if you are doing a money spell you could add Heliotrope oil and mint leaves. When dressing the candle, close your eyes, concentrate, and visualize what the candle represents. See …

Candle Colour Guide

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment Red Courage, strength, survival, One hour power, lust, immediate action. Pink Love, friendship, open the heart, One hour, calm the emotions. Orange Action, attraction, selling, bring Two hours, about desired results. Yellow Communication, selling oneself, Three hours persuasion, attraction. Green Love, fertility, money, luck, health, Four hours, personal goals. Blue Creativity, tranquillity, peace, Three …

Working with Candles

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment The first step in candle magick is to choose a candle whose colour and shape represent your desire. Next, you will have to dress, or energize, the candle. This is done by anointing the entire candle with an appropriate oil. The oil is usually made from a plant or flower that also represents your desire. …

Candles

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment The history of candle burning is as old as humanity itself. It originates from fire worship. Early man was in awe of fire—it warmed him, protected him, and helped him cook his food. The flame of the hearth was guarded carefully, shielded against the ravages of wind and rain. Over time, fire came to represent …

The Crooked Path of the Outcast

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Please Scroll down for Audio Compliment One of the parts of strolling the Crooked Path that is once in a while tended to in books is the feeling of being an untouchable. What we’re discussing is this feeling of being separated, of being distant from everyone else notwithstanding when you’re in a group, notwithstanding when inside a horde of Pagans, …

ATHAME

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The athame is a double-edged knife used to inscribe, or cast, the circle of power onto the earth or floor. It is associated with the element of fire, and it represents strength, power, and the masculine force of nature. Since the athame is a weapon, it also has the power to subdue and banish rebellious entities or spirits. In magick, …

ASTRAL PROJECTION

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Start by selecting a peaceful place and time of the day where you will not be disturbed. Although this exercise can be done in a chair, it is best to lie flat on your back on a firm, but not hard, surface. Next, stretch out and loosen your clothing. Relax. Follow your breath, fixing your consciousness totally on the breathing …

ASTRAL

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The astral plane is the working ground of the magickian, where the truth about all things is revealed. It is the place of angels, demons, and fairies, host to the elemental forces of nature. To the Witch and magickian alike, the astral plane holds the secret of power, the key to the creation of miraculous effects on the physical plane. …

ANIMAL MAGICK

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The following animals all have magickal qualities that can be harnessed in times of need. Choose an animal to work with that best represents a personality characteristic you would like to develop or improve. Bear (introspection, stability, wisdom) The strength of the bear lies in its ability to enter into a state of hibernation. In this state it is able …

ANIMAL

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It has long been believed that humans have a kinship with animals, and that this kinship allows us to draw on their special qualities. When choosing an animal as a totem (a hereditary badge or emblem for a tribe or clan that serves as a personal sacred talisman), you call upon the power of the animal and are drawn into …

AMULET MAGICK

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Ankh The ankh symbol stands for everlasting life and regeneration. The ankh amulet works best when made from wood, metal, or faience. The ankh helps its wearer live life to the fullest degree and is sometimes used for success, as well as for protection. Cross The cross is the primordial sign for the union of opposites: spirit and matter, positive and …

AMULET

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AMULET The amulet is an object that has been left in its virgin state and has been psychically charged with a specific purpose in mind. Amulets are passive in their abilities to communicate energy patterns. Only when their barriers have been crossed do they react or retaliate. For example, the horseshoe that hangs over the door will only bring good …