Friday, May 27, 2011
SPELL TO GET WHAT YOU WISH FOR
Take a horse shoe and put it around a red candle.
Put the candle in a darkened room in the middle of a table.
Write what it is you want on a piece of paper with a quill pen dipped in black ink.
Chant the following as you write:
What I want I write here
Please take my dream and bring it near
What I want Is What I should get
Let all my dreams Now be met
Now take the paper and fold it in a square of four creases .
Hold it over the candle with a pair of tweezers and let it burn.
Picture yourself with your wish fulfilled as you burn the paper send waves of love
at the image you conjure of your self.
SPELL TO SHOW YOU HOW TO GRANT ANY WISH
Four or six bananas
Red cotton thread or wool/yarn
Parchment or brown paper
Red ink or Dove's Blood ink
Start this spell on a Friday.
Buy a banana bunch in the name of Chango. (say to yourself at the register... I buy these banana's in the name of the God Chango)
Write your wish on parchment and fold toward you.
Slip paper to fit tightly between bananas.
Rub palm butter on bananas.
Wrap banana bunch with red string or yarn until you can no longer see the folded paper.
Hang banana bunch on a nail outside or inside by your front door. (outside is better, fruit flys you know!)
By the time the bunch is black and withered you will have your answer or your wish granted.
THE WISHING WELL
Take any large bowl.
Drip a few drops of different colored candle wax in the bottom of the bowl, then
adhere a white candle to that spot.
The different colors represent diverse needs and goals, while the white binds
this variety together in harmony.
Each morning, light the candle when you get up and put a coin in the bowl.
Make your wish for the day. Blow out the candle before you leave the house.
Whenever you desperately need to have a wish fulfilled, remove a coin from the bowl
and either plant it in rich soil (houseplants will do ) or throw it into moving water so that your message of need will be carried through the earth.
When the bowl is filled with coins, use all but a few (these "seeds" always remain in your bowl) for random acts of kindness, like getting treats for the neighborhood kids or helping a homeless person.
Your generosity will return to you threefold to keep the magic of benevolence, both
mundane and divine, with you always.
Posted by Judith at 11:04 AM