Witch spells the natural way

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I always say the most powerful way to cast a spell is to follow your intuition…

Many books and websites almost seem like they’re trying to scare you off by giving you strict instructions on how you should cast witch spells, with the caveat that if you don’t follow them to the letter, well … Woe betide you! You certainly don’t want to use your spellcasting to manipulate others against their will. But how you actually cast a spell is another thing.

I believe it should be done the natural way, using your imagination and intuition.

For example, if specific colors, herbs, roots, or other items spring to mind, and feel right to you – go for it!

Don’t worry what the books or websites say. What feels right to you will lead to you casting a far more effective and powerful witch spell.

It’s the same with chants and incantations. Far better to just let the words come out – even if they seem like gibberish! The spirits and creatures of the natural world will know your intention, as magick is beyond words and language, anyway.

I personally sing quietly when I gather plants and herbs, thanking them for their help. Often, when I think back, the words I sang or chanted were nonsensical, and often not even in an understandable language, a bit like scat singing – on the surface, at least.

So when it comes to casting witch spells, don’t get bogged down with the “do’s and don’t’s” – listen to your inner-self, and find your own wisdom!

How to find extra money – become a psychic money hunter!

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It was one of those gray days when I’d hardly slept a wink for worrying about money. As I lay in bed, tossing and turning, dawn was breaking and I decided to DO something positive about it. Those bills weren’t going to pay themselves, so action was called for.

I “borrowed” my grand-daughter’s box of chalks, picked up my bottle of Fast Money Oil and two small green candles and headed out.

Fast Money Oil is something to keep handy. As it takes a while to steep and become powerful, it’s best made in advance, ready for use when you need it. You can buy it online, or you can make your own, which makes it more powerful. If you want to try this, you will need:

  • 45 coffee beans or a tablespoon of gunpowder tea
  • a tablespoon of dried basil
  • a handful of cinnamon chips
  • a handful of cedar chips
  • a heaping teaspoon fenugreek seeds
  • a tablespoon of powdered almond resin (can be bought in Indian/Asian food stores) or frankincense
  • a handful of abre camino herb
  • a piece of citrine
  • 5 pearls
  • 5 small chips of amber
  • enough almond or sunflower seed oil to fill
    a 1/2 liter jar
  • a green or yellow or golden cloth
  • gold leaf or flakes or a small piece of scrap gold, preferably something worn by one of your loving Ancestors

You can also add some John the Conqueror root, but sometimes this muddles things, so I tend to leave it out unless I have time for it to mix without adding confusion.

Before you begin, light some money incense and offer up thanks to Abuntia, the Goddess of prosperity and abundance. Concentrate on your goals while you do this.

Add everything to the jar, close it and give it a good shake. As I said, this oil can take a while to do its work, so it’s best if you can wrap it in a green cloth and store it somewhere dark until it is needed. If you feel the need to shake it while it matures, go with your feelings.

I set off to a small park near our home, where there are the ruins of an old bombed church. It’s a really peaceful place at that time in the morning.

What you are doing here is to call on the shamanic powers that our ancestors used to use to hunt. What you are about to do is literally “hunt” for money.

I found a small, paved area and sat down to do my workings. The first thing to do is to sit and breath deeply and calmly, and center your thoughts.

I anointed my candles with Fast Money Oil, remembering to draw the oil (and the money!) towards me, and called on Nike, the God of speed (why do you think Nike chose their name for running shoes?) to help me.

The next thing I did was to draw some simple pictures of myself (they were stick people, it really doesn’t have to be a work of art, just keep the intentions in your mind) receiving money. I drew a picture of a big, fat check in my hand, and surrounded the image with words like “money” and “wealth”, plus a few money symbols for good measure. Make your drawing really colorful, but bear in mind to use lots of greens, which is the color of money and growth. I then set myself to calming my mind and aligning myself with the forces of Nature.

It was at this point that I sensed someone was watching me. There was a young man looking at what I was doing with interest. As I said, the park is usually quiet and deserted at that time of the morning, and I suspected from his appearance that he was maybe homeless and had been sleeping in the church ruins. I felt instinctively that he was genuinely curious, and in need, so I explained to him what I was doing. He listened intently, and when I had finished, asked if I could show him what to do.

And so it was that I gave him my grand-daughter’s chalks, making a note to buy her some more later and the candles. He thanked me warmly, and as I walked off home-wards, I could see him seating himself on the paving slabs, preparing to give it a try.

Although I passed on the magick, it is best to try and keep this one a bit private. This is why I chose the early morning, when there was an early morning mist, as then the workings are washed away by the dew. Allowing Nature to run its course is all part of getting your message into the ether with this working. If you decide to try and give it a spin, let me know what results you get. Happy money hunting!