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(Date Posted:02/04/2009 06:03 AM)
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(Date Posted:02/04/2009 06:05 AM)

Magick Mirror Beauty Spell

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You will need 1 small, handheld mirror, 3 candles, rose oil, patchouli incense and a little privacy.

Select one color for the strongest effect, or mix and match to get a bit of each:

Red if you are going for sex appeal

Silver if you want to be the center of attention and display star-quality charisma

Orange if you are going for general attractiveness and likeability.

On a night when the moon is full, find a secluded outdoor spot. Light your incense and your three candles. Disrobe and anoint the parts of your body you would like to change with the rose oil. For example, if you think your feet are too big, anoint the tops of each foot. If you are going for an all over make-over, then anoint your forehead, your breast bone, the center of your belly, each wrist and behind each knee. Pass the mirror through the smoke of the incense, then raise it over your head, reflective surface facing the moon.


Wood and Wind, Ember and Mist
Grant your blessed child's wish
Sacred Mother charge this mirror
Let your light make beauty clearer
Wrap it in your gentle glow
So that tis all it ever shows.

Lower the mirror and gaze into it. Visualize the way you wish to look, and how you want others to see and react to you. Repeat the following:

As a blossom in your glade
Let my beauty never fade.

Now, use the mirror's reflective surface to shine the moonlight on the place(s) you would like to make more pleasing to the eye. When you are done, wrap the mirror in a dark cloth and keep it safe. If the mirror is ever broken, so also will be the spell. Snuff the candles, dress and let the incense burn out.

For an extra boost, like before a big date, business meeting or audition, annoint yourself again with rose oil and spend 10 minutes gazing into the mirror. While doing so, focus on the things you find attractive about yourself and the things you want others to see when they look at you.


On the night of a meteor shower, go far from the city lights and find a comfortable and
warm place to look up at the sky.
As you watch, hum a tune which, to you, has a particularly magickal feel to it, and
build up a firm picture in your mind of the things you truly and sincerely desire.
Then, when you see a shooting star, send forth your wish for prosperity or success or
any other thing on the star.

A Magic Broom Spell

Color of the day: Maroon
Incense of the day: Basil

The Witches' broom is as much a part of the Craft as the pointed hat
or cauldron. Once charged with magical intent, the Witches' broom, or
besom, can serve many purposes. It can direct energy like a wand or
athame. You can even cast a circle with it. And as we'll see here, it
is perfect for protecting the home. First pluck three straws from
your broom and light them like a candle. Carry them through your home
like a smudge stick to clear out any negativity. For protection,
sprinkle some salt near your front door, then sweep the salt away
from your home. To bless a new home, anoint the tips of the bristles
with a bit of honey and sweep your front porch. And if a grouch has
just left your home, sprinkle some ground cloves at your front door,
grab your trusty broom, and sweep his energy away.

By: James Kambos

Making Amends Spell

Color of the day: Purple
Incense of the day: Balsam

There are times when we know we’ve hurt another person and need to make
it right, but for some reason, we cannot do it in person. Before doing
this spell, make sure that there is no possible way to heal the hurt
directly with an in-person conversation. Find a yard of colored ribbon
appropriate to the person or the issue, and a bowl in which you can burn
something safely. In a meditative state, focus your energy and thoughts
on the issue and the person. Say what you would if you could be together
with that person. When you are finished, place the ribbon on your altar
along with the burning bowl. Cast a circle and call in the deities and
spirits as you are accustomed. Hold the ribbon in your projective hand
and say, “I acknowledge that harm has been done” and, starting with air,
cleanse the ribbon with each element.

By the power of air,
Clear hurt away,
By the power of fire,
Burn hurt away,
By the power of water,
Wash hurt away,
By the power of earth, Cleanse hurt away.

Place the ribbon in the bowl and burn it until it is ashes. Close your
circle, thanking the spirits present. Put the ashes in running water so
that the energy is dispersed.

By: Gail Wood

Magical Mirror Confidence

Color of the day: Pink
Incense of the day: Cypress

If you have a mirror, you have a magical doorway into romance and
confidence. But first, imagine that you are looking into a dirty old
mirror with a rusty frame. You are dull and difficult to see. Imagine
that you wash away all the dirt from the mirror and its frame. See that
your reflection has cleared too. You look light and shining, beautiful
and confident. Visualize yourself exactly as you have always dreamed of
being. Now open your eyes and pick up your mirror. Anoint it with
lavender or clove oil and say, “Mirror, mirror, I see me. I am god/dess,
light and free.” Keep the mirror covered with a pink or red cloth
whenever you are not using it. Periodically, look in the mirror, calling
to mind your clear and beautiful reflection. Repeat to yourself,
“Mirror, mirror, I see me, I am god/dess, light and free.”

By: Kristin Madden

The Magic Cup

Color of the day: Crimson
Incense of the day: Clove

The chalice or cauldron is a powerful symbol of abundance, healing,
and wisdom. The liquid within these sacred vessels possesses many
magical attributes. The Welsh poet-seer Taliesin received his gift of
poetic inspiration from the cauldron of Cerridwen. The Irish hero Finn
mac Cumhaill encountered some fairy women, and drops from their chalice
fell into his mouth, giving him the gift of prophecy. This metaphor
extends into the land, where hollowed stones gather rain or dew. At the
source of the River Clyde in Scotland was a hollow stone filled with
water, which was considered to be a magic cup:

On Tintoch tap
there is a mist,
And in that mist
there is a kist,
And in that kist
there is a caup,
And in that caup
there is a drap.
Tak up that caup,
drink off the drap,
And set the caup
on Tintoch tap.

By: Sharynne NicMhacha

A Merry Unbirthday

Color of the day: Gray
Incense of the day: Narcissus

We’ve all had that one monumental bad day that we look back on with a
feeling of hurt, frustration, or sorrow. Sometimes it’s getting fired on
your birthday, or your anniversary being forgotten. Sometimes it’s
tragedies coinciding with a major event. In life, there is no turning
back time or re-doing. However, we can give ourselves special days that
are special only because we declare them so. In Alice in Wonderland,
Alice came upon an “unbirthday” party where it was not anyone’s birthday
at all, yet the day merited tea, cakes, and celebration. Take today, or
a day when you have time to yourself, and declare it an “unbirthday.”
Dress nicely, and take yourself to dinner, a movie, a museum, or to some
other place that interests you. Take someone with you, or not. Make it a
point to try something new that you’ve been curious about for ages.
Enjoy your day.

By: Diana Rajchel

Motivational Spell

Color of the day: Indigo
Incense of the day: Rue

When you are stuck in a rut, think of one thing you want to change or attain. This could be a bad habit or a new skill. First thing every morning for seven days, write it down on a child’s blackboard and place the blackboard somewhere you will see it. At the end of seven days (you should have seven lines) chant:

Seven times my goal is set,
By my strength it will be met.
Once erased, like dust to wind,
In action raised, it will begin.

Now it’s time to wipe the slate clean and get out of the rut! Keep your clean slate at hand and use it when needed. This spell is best made during the waxing Moon.

By: Nancy Bennett

Moving On Spell

Color of the day: Maroon
Incense of the day: Cinnamon

Gather together things that represented you in the past. These could
be old photos, favorite outdated clothes, etc. In an old trunk, place
the items in one by one. Thank them for being part of you when needed,
thank the person in the photo for being strong for the time. But now it
is time for new beginnings.
Close the trunk and say,

For the past is behind me
And the new way
In front of me.

Time to evolve,
Time to move on.
I thank the person I was
And I welcome the person
I am yet to be.

Store the trunk, but do not open it for at least one year. Then open
it and have a remembrance evening, going through your old things. At
this point you may wish to discard some, or add other things to the
trunk. Remember that this trunk represents you, and respect it as you
respect yourself.

By: Nancy Bennett

Metal Elemental Spell

Color of the day: Rose
Incense of the day: Vanilla

Chinese magical tradition recognizes five elements: earth, metal, wood,
fire, and water. Metal relates to the colors gold and silver, the west,
meticulous behavior, sense of smell, and spicy flavors or fragrances.
Working with metal improves your relation with the elemental spirits of
machinery. To commune with metal elementals, you’ll need a fan and a
stick of spicy incense such as cinnamon, clove, or sandalwood. You can
work this in your car, near your computer, or near other important
equipment, etc. Light the incense and waft the smoke around. Then say:

Little bright spirits,
Meticulous and steady,
Masters of metal,
Come hear my praises.
Without you,
Nothing would work.
You are essential.
You are everywhere.
Gears, springs,
Bearings, motherboards,
For this I give thanks.

Whenever you need to deal with machines, remember to treat them nicely;
the metal elementals will remember you fondly and help everything go well.

By: Elizabeth Barrette

Make Your Own Sunshine Spell

Color of the day: Yellow
Incense of the day: Heliotrope

We all need a little sunshine in our lives, and that joy can be found in
surprisingly simple places, if we only remember to look. Try a few of
these ideas this week and see how it affects your experience of life.
You might be surprised to see how much happiness you can find by just
spending two minutes, twice each day, on one of these suggestions. Take
a deep breath, and be thankful that you are able to breathe. Thank the
air, the trees, and the plants for breathing with you. Walk around your
home and feel grateful that you have a place to live. Look at a weed,
tree, bird, or cloud. Feel your connection to this natural object and
give thanks that it is here for you now. Thank your friends and pets for
sharing your life. Celebrate today, “just because.”

By: Kristin Madden

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(Date Posted:02/04/2009 06:06 AM)

Mother Goddess Invocation

Color of the day: Orange
Incense of the day: Marigold

Today is Mother’s Day. Originally created as a holiday for promoting
peace and tolerance over war and conflict, it later became a time to
honor the state of motherhood and for people to show reverence for their
own mothers. On this day, Pagans often revere the Mother Goddess in any
or all of her many guises. A Mother’s Day prayer or ritual might include
words such as these:

Tiamat, deep-sea womb of all that lives,
Inanna, queen of the first city, Uruk,
Danu, spirit of the emerald isle,
Isis, bright-winged Witch of the river Nile,
Sophia, fount of heavenly wisdom,
Freya, bearer of Brisingamen,
Shakti, power of love and creation,
Gaia, broad belly of the fertile Earth,
Great Mother, we hail you by all your namees!

You may adorn your altar with flowers, fruit, candy, jewelry, or other
delights such as might be presented to human mothers.

By: Elizabeth Barrette

Mars Day Charm

Color of the day: Gray
Incense of the day: Basil

Today is Tuesday, ruled by Mars. Sacred to the god of war, this is a
good time to prepare for conflict. Sometimes disputes resolve
gracefully; other times, you must assert yourself in ways that other
people just won’t like. Use this charm to store power for when you need
to say no and make it stick. You will need a square of red cloth, red
thread, and a red stone such as a garnet. You’ll also need at least one
Mars herb such as garlic, thistle, or pepper, and an essential oil like
dragon’s blood, galangal, or ginger. Bundle the herb and stone into the
cloth, add one drop of essential oil, and tie with thread. Focus on
absorbing the Mars energy of the day. When you need the stored power,
apply one drop of essential oil to the bundle and one to your wrist, and
carry the bundle with you.

By: Elizabeth Barrette

Misty Protection Charm

Color of the day: Black
Incense of the day: Cedar

Celtic myths and folktales are full of stories about the power of mist.
Those who are about to undergo an otherworld encounter often find
themselves in an open landscape, suddenly surrounded by a magical mist.
When the mist parts, they are in an unknown land, and frequently have
interactions with gods or the spirits of the Sidhe (or fairy folk).
Interestingly, the Gaelic word for mist, ceò, also means “amazement.” If
you find yourself in a misty landscape, use this charm to encourage and
intensify a positive spiritual experience with the spirits who dwell in
the mist:

Spirits of mist, spirits of dew,
I open my heart
And soul to you.
Gods of mist, gods of rain,
I walk along
This path again.
Those who dwell
Within this place
I honor you
And ask for peace.

Gods and spirits of the mist,
May this encounter
Be truly blessed.

By: Sharynne NicMhacha

Multiplying Spell
Color of the day: Yellow
Incense of the day: Juniper
Today marks the Feast of St. Andrew, the patron saint of fishermen and
mariners. Andrew was a fisherman from Galilee who became one of Jesus’
first disciples. He is well remembered for the Bible story where he
participated in creating a feast for a crowd out of only five loaves of
bread and a couple of fish. He reminds us of the miracles in our own
lives whereby positive intention causes good things to multiply. Think
of something you need more of in your life, be it love, money, faith, or
compassion. Thoughtfully prepare a stew of fish and vegetables as you
welcome the goodness and magic of St. Andrew into your home. Toast him
with a glass of red wine. Then stir in the magic of multiples by reciting:
A loaf of bread,
This fine fish stew,
A glass of wine
To toast Andrew
And bid him come,
Sit by my side
And dine with me
As I confide
A wish that
At the very least
Will grow from fallow
Into feast.
State your wish.
By: Igraine

Magical Cleaning

Color of the day: White
Incense of the day: Marjoram

It stands to reason that our magical tools should be cleansed
periodically, and the waning Moon is the best time for that task. Gather
up your tools and place them on a clean cloth away from your altar.
Assemble a bowl of salt water, a burning smudge incense blend, a
smudging feather or fan, some clean cloths and a white candle. Light the
white candle and invoke your guardians. Begin a methodic cleaning of
your tools, wiping down with salt water those that can be exposed to
water without harm, and then passing them through the smoke from the
smudge while focusing on clearing and cleansing them from unnecessary
influences. For items that cannot get wet, pass them three times through
the smoke from the smudge or hold them near to the smoke while directing
it with the feather or the fan. Thank your guardians and return your
tools to their proper places.

By: Winter Wren

Money Soup
This money soup can be made on New Year’s Eve, or at any time, to
attract money during the next year. Remove the silver object before
eating the soup.
1 coin or small silver object
2 cups water
1 1/2 tablespoons butter
1 large onion, minced
1 small head green cabbage, shredded
4 cups chicken stock
Salt and pepper to taste
Boil the silver object to sterilize it. Melt the butter in a saucepan,
add the onion and sauté till light brown. Add the cabbage and cook till
tender. Toss in the silver object. Add chicken stock to vegetables and
brind to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer fifteen minutes. Add pepper and
salt to taste.
By: Scott Cunningham

Money Magnet Spell

Color of the day: Turquoise
Incense of the day: Vanilla

With three planets in Capricorn, this is a wonderful day to do
success and money magic. And with the Moon in Pisces, an emotional
investment adds power to your spells. Purify a clean dollar bill with
the smoke of burning sage. Place a small amount of nutmeg in the center
of the dollar, and fold it up tightly. Seal it with a paper clip or a
gold string. Hold the dollar packet with both hands at forehead level.
Visualize this dollar attracting other bills of all denominations. Now
hold the packet in front of your heart and feel how wonderful it is to
have money. Call up a belief that your dollar has become a money magnet
and will always attract what you need. Carry your money magnet in your
wallet at all times, and trust that it is working.

By: Kristin Madden

Merry Mischief Meditation
Color of the day: Turquoise
Incense of the day: Myrrh
Today is known as Devil’s Night or Mischief Night. In many cities in
recent times, harmless mischief has unfortunately escalated to
destruction. In older times the mischief was harmless, and merry-making
was in celebration of the harvest and anticipation of winter. To reclaim
the harmless merry-making, sense of mischief, and good cheer, go into a
meditative state. You find yourself in a clearing at the edge of a
forest at night-time. There is a big bonfire and people are dancing all
around it, laughing and having a good time. You can hear drums, fiddle
music, and singing. The rhythm catches you and you feel a song well up
inside you. You begin to sing along, and one of the dancers reaches out
and pulls you into the dance. You enter wholeheartedly into the frenzy.
Finally the music slows and you walk slowly up the path, singing your
song. Breathe deep and return to the here and now.
By: Gail Wood

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