Demon Banishing Spell
Whether the demon exists inside or out, this spell will drains its psychic powers.
Best time to cast:
Three nights before the New Moon
Items you will need:
Pour most of the seal salt into the coffee can and place the open can in the center of your basement.
Sprinkle some salt in each corner of your basement.
Envision the demon as a grayish cloud and see it being absorbed by the salt in the can. Say aloud: “Begone now, demon, let me be, No long can you torment me, I bind you for eternity and I shall evermore be free.
On the New Moon put the lid on the coffee can and take it to a desolate place – a vacant lot, a desert, a gravel pit the town dump – away from water, trees people or animals. Don’t open the can. Bury it and say good riddance to the demon trapped inside.
Money Tree Spell
We all know money doesn’t grow on trees, unfortunately. But this spell will help increase your cash flow.
Items You Will Need:
Gold and/or silver ribbons
Small charms, earrings, beads or crystals
Bells or wind chimes
Best Time To Cast:
During the Waxing Moon, in the Spring or Summer in the Fall or Winter, do this spell when the Waxing Moon is in Taurus
Tie the ribbons loosely on the branches of a favorite tree that’s special to you. Hang the other adornments on the branches as well. These objects represent gifts or offerings to the Nature Spirits, in return for their assistance in bringing your wealth. As you attach each item, state your intention aloud and ask the Nature Spirits to help you acquire what you desire. When you’ve finished, thank the tree and the Nature Spirits.
Turn Up The Heat
If you feel your romance or relationship has lost the fire/passion that it use to have. Then this spell is for you.
Items You Will Need:
A fireplace, balefire pit, barbecue grill, hibachi or other place where you can light a fire safely
A piece of paper
A pen that writes red ink
Best Time To Cast:
During the Waxing Moon, preferably on a Tuesday
Collect the ingredients needed for this spell. Cast a circle around the area where you will do your spell. Build a small fire.
On the paper, write what you find enticing about your partner and what you desire from him/her. Be as descriptive and explicit as you like – no one but you will read what you’ve written. When you’ve finished, draw the Runes Gebo, which looks like an X and Teiwaz, which looks like an arrow pointing up, around the edges of the paper. These two symbols represent love and passion respectively.
Place the spices on the paper and fold it to make a packet that contains them. Visualize you and your love in a passionate embrace. As you hold this image in your mind, toss the packet of spices into the fire. As it burns, your intention is released into the universe. Open the circle.
Magick Balm To Heal A Broken Heart
Items You Will Need:
A small piece of rose quartz
A glass jar or bottle, preferably green, with a lid or stopper
9 ounces of olive, almond, or grape seed oil
6 drops of rose, jasmine, or ylang-ylang essential oil
1/4 teaspoon dried chamomile leaves
Best Time To Cast:
Begin on the New Moon and continue for as long as necessary
Collect the ingredients needed for this magick balm. Wash the rose quartz and the jar with mild soap and water. Cast a Circle around the area where you will do your spell. Pour the olive, almond or grape seed oil into the jar. Add the essential oil and inhale the fragrance, allowing it to relax your mind. Crush the chamomile leaves very fine and sprinkle them in the oil. Add the rose quartz. Cap the jar and shake it three times to blend and charge the ingredients. Open the circle.
Before going to bed, pour a little of the magick balm into your palm and dip your index finger in it. Then rub the oil on your skin at your heart center. Feel it gently soothing the pain. Take several slow, deep breaths, inhaling the pleasant scent, letting it calm your thoughts and emotions. Repeat each night and each morning until your sadness diminishes.
Self Purification Spell
Items needed: salt a bowl of bottled spring water or New Moon Water jasmine or lavender incense
Cast a circle, then invoke the elements and the Gods.
Sit quietly and think about what you want to clear out of your aura. When you are ready, add three good-sized pinches of salt to the water and stir widdershins (counter clockwise). Breathe deep into the bowl and as you do, let your fears and doubts pour into the water. Breathe them into the salt water where they will dissolve away.
Do this until you feel that the negative energy has passed out of your body.
Hold the bowl into the air and visualize a gold or white light flowing into the water, transforming the negative vibrations and cleansing them. Carry the bowl to the sink and flush the water down the sink with cold, running water. Smudge yourself with either jasmine or lavender incense (or another scent that promotes peace) and open the circle.
Spell to Rid a Room of Evil
Light a cinnamon incense stick in the center of the room and walk to the north east corner or wall. Say:
Earth and air, purify to good, blow away evil.
Draw a pentagram of smoke and use the incense stick to stab through the center. Walk to the Southeast corner of the room and say:
Air and fire, blow away evil, burn away pain.
Repeat the pentagram and stab the center, then walk to the Southwest part of the room. Say:
Fire and water, burn away pain, wash away fear.
Repeat pentagram and stab. Walk to the Northwest part of the room and say:
Water and earth, wash away fear, Bury all negativity, purify to good.
Repeat pentagram and stab. Walk to the center of the room. Point incense stick to the sky and say:
Now drop an ash from the incense and say:
Infusion Purification Spell
Collect equal parts (about a handful each) of dried marjoram, bay and rosemary.
Heat a gallon of water until it is almost boiling, remove it from the heat and toss the herbs into the water. Cover and allow to cool.
Strain the herbs from the water and, using your fingers, sprinkle the infusion throughout the house.
Move in a clockwise direction, visualizing evil and unwarrented influences leaving the area and say something like the following:
I banish evil and negativity; This is my will, So Mote It Be!
Touch the water to the doors and windows, appliances and furniture, outside around the home and on the surrounding property. Be sure to pour some down the drains as well. Visualize the water cleansing the whole area.
Herbal Witches Cleansing Bottle Spell
To make an herbal cleansing bottle, pour a layer of sand in a large clear bottle. Add layers of dried herbs, one at a time: first rosemary; then lemon peel, sage, cedar, black peppercorns, lavender, dill, bay leaf, and rowan.
When the bottle is full, focus cleansing protective energy into the herbs and sand, and see a golden light radiating from the bottle.
Visualize the herbs driving away negative influences.
Cork and seal the bottle with white wax.
Using a permanent marker, draw the Algiz rune on one side of the bottle, and on the other side draw a pentagram.
Set the bottle near your front or back door, and every six months, uncap, pour herbs out into the woods or your compost heap, and thoroughly wash and dry the bottle before filling it with a new round of herbs.
Lord of the Ants
by Karl Lembke
(sung to the tune of “Lord of the Dance”)
Well we cleansed with sugar ’cause the salt was gone, And the color was right though the substance might be wrong, And when the water dried, it was sticky, my oh me, It attracted all of the ants, you see,
(chorus) Ants, ants, all over they shall be, I am the lord of the ants, you see. I’ll crawl on you, and you’ll itch from me, And you’ll dance with ants in your pants, said he.
We have ants in the carpets and we’ve ants in the drapes, We have ants in the kitchen dancing galliards on the grapes, We have ants in the bedroom and what may be more fun, We have ants in our circles now from sun to sun.
‘What to do’ cried the priestess, ‘what to do’ cried the priest, ‘All the baits and the sprays haven’t helped us in the least, ‘The buggers eat it up and it only makes us sick, ‘All in all I’d say it is no pic-nic!’
We stood round the fire while the flames lept up high, With the sound of the sirens wailing up to the sky, Though the bug bombs exploded it could still have been worse, At least now we’re free of the ant lord’s curse!
(spoken: “Oh hell!”)
Stone Runes are most commonly used for questions about the natural world and things beyond human control. Wunjo is the rune of Joy. Since joy is least frequently a solitary emotion, this rune often represents mutual or communal bliss. Wunjo is also seen as a rune of the gods and a rune of perfection, carrying with it the elation that blazes from the creation of a perfect work – perhaps this is the true joy of the gods, that they can create perfection. That aside, this rune does not focus on the struggle for perfection or on our inevitable imperfections, but rather on a job well done and the satisfaction that comes from it.