Money spells, in my opinion, are the best spells for beginners. Why? Because you’re going to notice if you suddenly have more money, aren’t you? And they can be as easy or as complex of a spell as you’d like. And here’s a step-by-step guide for you to follow.
- Determine how much money you’ll need and why (although the why isn’t actually necessary). If you’re not fond of speaking out loud while doing spells or you feel like this would be more effective, write down the amount of money you need and why. Be specific. Pro tip: Start small. Need ten bucks? Ask for ten bucks. Need three thousand? Maybe it’s best to break it up into smaller amounts.
- Get yourself a candle. Any color will do but white, gold, silver, green, or whatever color your money is will do. A votive is probably the best and most common size but I actually recommend a little tea light. They’re cheaper and much faster to burn out.
- Get a magnet. Don’t look at me like that. You can buy packets of magnets in craft stores or craft departments of department stores or you can just select your least favorite magnet off the fridge and cut a bit of it off and use that. You place this in the hollowed out bottom of a candle or under the candle in the candle holder you intend to use.
- Get some herbs or ingredients. Never fear! You almost certainly have at least one of these on hand or can easily “borrow” some from the nearest coffee shop. These herbs should be luck drawing, money drawing, and prosperity drawing. Here’s my list of money drawing herbs and ingredients. You’ll need to at least have the herbs kind of finely chopped or powdered if you’re working with a small candle. Any non-herb ingredients can be placed in the hollowed bottom of a candle or under the candle on a candle plate. Your candle should be ready to go now.
- Light your candle and visualize. Some folks don’t do this but if you do, visualize you getting the money and spending it as you need it.
- (Optional) Chant a money spell. This chant can be anything you want from “bring me money, bring me X amount, bring me money, bring me X amount now.” to “TRINKA FIVE” to “Money comes but it does not go, bring the money, let it grow”. Or whatever you like. You can just say “I want X money”. Or nothing at all.
- Burn your things. While chanting (if that’s something you’re doing) burn the paper with the amount of money and purpose of money on it (if that’s something you’re doing), sprinkle the herbs into the lit candle slowly. When you feel done, then you’re done.
- Let the candle burn out. Keep whatever’s left of the candle somewhere until the spell’s been fulfilled. Congratulations!
How to hollow out a candle: You can do this by flipping the candle over, and twisting a hole into the wax with a knife.
How to dress a candle: Rub the candle in money drawing oil then roll it in herbs. You can chant over the candle if you want and infuse it with your energy.
Long time, no posts, ponytheists! Sorry about that, I went back to school and have been battling the new set of routines. However! I ran a modified version of the Hearth’s Warming Eve ritual I wrote with my college’s Pagan group, and the response was fairly good!
If you’re too lazy to click the link, or want to know what ~strange alterations~ I made, here’s the cliff notes
- Set up sacred space howevs
- Light (Hearth)Fire of Friendship (a real fire is cool, but a candle is perfectly fine)
- Dick around, play white elephant, tell stories, sing songs, tend the fucking fire (in the original version, this lasts all night, so tending the fire matters a lot. if you’re doing this all night with a candle, it’s perfectly acceptable to use more than one candle, so long as you pass the flame from one to the next)
- when time is almost up, hand out a small candle to each participant. Everyone lights their candle from the Hearthfire of Friendship. (at this ritual, we then sang the MLP theme)
- Blow out candles, so people can symbolically take the friendship/camaraderie home with them, and take down sacred space
Happy Hearth’s Warming, everyone!
Told you I’d do it, and I did.
Purpose: To remove an unwanted lover from your life.
You Will Need: An unopened rosebud. Paper. Pins. Fire.
Step One - Write your unwanted lover’s name on a strip of paper.
Step Two - Wrap the paper around the rosebud.
Step Three - Carefully stick pins through the paper and the rosebud.
Step Four - Throw the bud and all into the fire and let it burn, reciting:
You are not wanted, ___________.
I command you to leave.