Spell Work

A lot of us are having challenges so I wanted to share a spell that I made up for overcoming those challenges no matter what type of challenge it is…

What you will need:

Purple Candle

Dirt gathered from the four sacred directions where you live

A bag (any type) but small that will fit in your pocket

Then the first thing you do is light the candle and think about the challenge at hand as you stare into the flame. Now, you would place the dirt into whatever bag you have chosen, mixing it together and tie the bag and say “I am strong and successful. My fears only make me stronger and the challenges I face do not frighten me. I am strong and successful.”

Now take the bag and carry it in your pocket or purse whenever you go to face the world.

This is amazing and it works.

Blessed be

Learn About Traditional Folk Magic – Part 4

Many times in discussion of modern Paganism, it’s easy for us to overlook a valuable source of information – the past. Some of our not-so-distant ancestors practiced various forms of folk magic, and we can learn a lot from those old remedies, charms, and stories. In fact, in many parts of the world, what is often dismissed as superstition is in fact a perfectly valid system of folklore-based practical magic. Today, let’s look at some of the most popular types of folk magic. We’ll talk about animal legend and folklore, omens, simple protection rituals, and more.

Other Magic Spells & Folklore

Here’s a collection of miscellaneous magical workings that don’t fall under the headings of love, money or protection. Includes a wide variety of magical folklore

Magic & Folklore of the Woolly Bear Caterpillar

Have you ever seen a woolly bear caterpillar crawling along in the fall? These fuzzy little guys are often associated with winter weather divination.

How to Use Jar Spells in Magical Workings

Many folk magic traditions use jars, bottles and other containers in spellwork. Here are some basics on how to craft a simple jar spell.

Curanderismo: The Folk Magic of Mexico

In many Hispanic communities, the curandera is the local healer and spiritual leader. Let’s look at curanderismo, and see why it’s still practiced today.

Wishing Trees, Ribbons, and Rag Bushes

Wishing trees, also called ribbon trees or rag bushes, appear in many parts of the world. Let’s look at some examples of this custom in different cultures.

How to Use Graveyard Dirt for Magical Workings

Have you seen a ritual that included graveyard dirt? It’s used in many magical traditions. Learn about why people use it, and how to properly obtain it.

Can You Control the Weather with Magic?

Ever since our ancestors learned to plant things, weather has been a source of speculation. In many magical traditions, there is a belief that a practitioner can control the weather.

Magic, Myths and Legends of the Solar Eclipse

A solar eclipse is an easily explainable scientific event – but does it have any magical significance? Let’s look at some folklore and legend behind the eclipse of the sun.

Using Animal Bones for Divination & Magic

Many cultures use bones as part of their divination rituals. Here are some ways you can use bones for divination.

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