Monday, May 16, 2016
2. Light a white candle and place it where the flame is reflected into the water.
3. Write on a piece of paper your desire, with a water coloured marker or a pencil while visualizing the thing you want.
4. Wait for the writing on the paper to evaporate.
5. The spell is now cast now pour the water and paper into the earth.
Posted by Judith at 3:05 PM
PURPLE WITCH SALT:
In a Mortar and Pestle, blend together Sea Salt, Purple Herbs and Flowers of your choice, such as Lavender or Lilac, and purple food coloring if you choose.
Imagine the intent of why you are using this Salt, as you place the energies into the blend.
Store in a jar in a cool, dry place.
Posted by Judith at 4:41 AM
Monday, April 04, 2016
dark chocolate pieces
cauldron (or pot)
and a wooden spoon.
Place the candle near your stove and light it. Put the milk, dark chocolate pieces, cinnamon stick and the clove into the pot and heat it on a low heat.
Stir it gently, look into the pot and chant as you stir:
“Money stream continuously into my life, from all sources, and all thrives. Wealth accumulate, my fortune create. This is my will so shall it be. Harm to none, nor return on me.”
While you are doing this visualize a steady stream of money flowing to you. When the chocolate has all melted, pour into cup
and then sit back, relax and enjoy drinking your hot chocolate!
Posted by Judith at 2:01 AM
Saturday, April 02, 2016
When flame burns low or is weak this indicates the power to manifest your desire is not working well. When flame burns high, the candle is working to manifest your desire without any problems.
Posted by Judith at 2:57 AM
Thursday, March 17, 2016
Catnip — Grown near the home, it attracts good spirits and great luck. Catnip is used in spells designed to enhance beauty and happiness. Large catnip leaves are pressed and used as bookmarks in magickal texts.
Posted by Judith at 4:09 AM
Friday, March 04, 2016
Sweet gum balls ("Witches Burrs" or "Witches Balls") are apparently a traditional American Hoodoo magical item. They are considered a powerful protection amulet and are used for protection on altars, in witch bottles and in spirit bags.
Posted by Judith at 12:42 PM
Saturday, February 20, 2016
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Tuesday, February 02, 2016
I'm putting this here so I can remember this!!! I'm so going to make these for my Shore Leave Convention!!!!
White Russian Pudding Shots!
• 1 small package of Instant Chocolate Pudding
• 3/4 cup of Milk
• 1/4 cup of Vodka
• 1/2 cup of Irish cream (Baileys would be best)
• 8 oz. of Extra Creamy Cool Whip
Posted by Judith at 5:25 AM
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Symbol meaning of feathers deal with ascension and spiritual evolution to a higher plane. Feathers were worn by Native American Chiefs to symbolize their communication with Spirit, and to express their celestial wisdom.
Also in the Native American Indian culture, feathers represented the power of the thunder gods, along with the power of air and wind.
Native American Pueblo Indians would pay homage to the Feathered Sun which is a symbol of the cosmos and the center of existence.
Another symbol meaning of feathers also revolves around prayer, and the Pueblo use feather sticks as they dance in prayer for rain during solstice rituals.
As a Celtic symbol meaning, the feather was worn by Druids in the form of ornate feathered robes. Celtic Druids donned these robes in ceremonies to invoke the sky gods and gain knowledge of the celestial realm. It was believed that the feathered cloak along with the presence of the sky gods would allow the Druid to transcend the earthly plane and enter the ethereal realm.
The Egyptians believed that feathers were symbolic of sky gods too. Ma'at, the Egyptian goddess of justice, would weigh the hearts of the newly dead in the underworld against the weight of a feather to determine the worthiness of his or her soul.
In Christianity feathers represented virtues. In fact, an image of three feathers were made into signet rings - each feather symbolizing Charity, hope, and faith. These rings were worn as a symbol of a virtuous soul - they were also used as wax seals.
The ring would be dipped in warm wax then pressed against documents to seal the closure. The recipient would know the documents came from a virtuous man by the indication of the three-feather symbol in the wax.
Posted by Judith at 7:42 AM