Saturday, August 30, 2008

More Free Spells

To inspire others to give you money, place some skullcap in a small saucer and moisten it
with money mist, or money drawing oil. Get a ball of green cord or yarn and wind it around
your "nest egg" of skullcap and oil, binding until the herb is completely covered and secure.
Tie the cord so that the ball will not unwind and hang above the doorway.
All who enter will become possessed with an unreasoning desire to bring gifts & money to your home.
Anoint the ball every seventh day with a few drops of the oil to preserve it's powers.

To find money, one should make a conjure bag containing a magnetic horseshoe, and a
lodestone to attract and draw wealth to you, and some smartweed to enable you to see
how to capture it and hold it without being led astray by unprofitable distractions or foolish
delays. Feed your money bag with a sprinkle of Gold magnetic sand every third day until
you find the amount you need.

Perform on the three nights before the full moon, the night of the full moon, and the three nights
after, using the same candles.
Ritual Bath: Use money bath salts, candlelight. Bring power through head and feet to cleanse
any negativity. Get in water and focus on goal. (When you drain the tub, negativity will go
down the drain). Cast circle. Light altar candle, God & Goddess Candle. Invoke Gods.
Anoint green pillar candle with lodestone oil, visualizing putting your energy for your goal into the candle.
Visualize the goal as already existent. Rub candle with cinnamon and cloves. Burn money incense.

Take a small mirror and lay it down, so it reflects up at you.
Then take a bowl of water (preferably a glass or silver bowl, but any bowl will do.
HINT: If using a ceramic bowl, plain is best.
You should use a bowl with pictures on it only if you have to (unless they are hieroglyphs).
Only use plastic bowls if you absolutely have to.
Put the bowl of water in the center of the mirror, and surround the mirror with candles
(this spell should be done in a dark room, or at night).
The spell works best if the candles are vanilla or lavender.
There should be four candles, one at each corner of the mirror (or, if using a round mirror,
one at each of these points: Northeast, Northwest, South east, Southwest).
In between the candles, on the North, East, South, and West sides of the mirror,
put incense burners (the spell can work without the incense, but it works better with it).
Put a small piece of silver (it can be a coin, a piece of a fork, anything) in the bowl.
Look down at the mirror, and chant this:
Mirror, Mirror, on the floor,
reflect for me forever more,
give me now the thing I crave,
I'll give it back when I'm in my grave,
A pool of water, A touch of ice,
a teardrop from the moon, all this I have and all I want, Is this.
Then you say what you want.

Place a penny that you found on the hilt of your athame.
Grasp it with your writing hand, covering the penny over the hilt and chant:
By the breeze that caresses the grass
By the fire that reduces it to ash
By the earth that supports its weight
By the water in which it ate
I summon my power and your combine
I ask for your judgement in the grand design
Money I ask for, with an absence of greed
If none I receive, then none I did need.
You also had better make sure that when you cast this you actually need money and when
you find some you had better put it to good use. Once you have spent the money and have
acquired more on you own, take the same amount and leave it out in the open somewhere
to give it back. You must give it back.

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Friday, August 29, 2008

The Meaning of Samhain

Samhain marks one of the two great doorways of the Celtic year, for the Celts divided the year into two seasons: the light and the dark, at Beltane on May 1st and Samhain on November 1st. Some believe that Samhain was the more important festival, marking the beginning of a whole new cycle, just as the Celtic day began at night. For it was understood that in dark silence comes whisperings of new beginnings, the stirring of the seed below the ground. Whereas Beltane welcomes in the summer with joyous celebrations at dawn, the most magically potent time of this festival is November Eve, the night of October 31st, known today of course, as Halloween.

Samhain (Scots Gaelic: Samhuinn) literally means “summer's end.” In Scotland and Ireland, Halloween is known as OĆ­che Shamhna, while in Wales it is Nos Calan Gaeaf, the eve of the winter's calend, or first. With the rise of Christianity, Samhain was changed to Hallowmas, or All Saints' Day, to commemorate the souls of the blessed dead who had been canonized that year, so the night before became popularly known as Halloween, All Hallows Eve, or Hollantide. November 2nd became All Souls Day, when prayers were to be offered to the souls of all who the departed and those who were waiting in Purgatory for entry into Heaven. Throughout the centuries, pagan and Christian beliefs intertwine in a gallimaufry of celebrations from Oct 31st through November 5th, all of which appear both to challenge the ascendancy of the dark and to revel in its mystery.

In the country year, Samhain marked the first day of winter, when the herders led the cattle and sheep down from their summer hillside pastures to the shelter of stable and byre. The hay that would feed them during the winter must be stored in sturdy thatched ricks, tied down securely against storms. Those destined for the table were slaughtered, after being ritually devoted to the gods in pagan times. All the harvest must be gathered in -- barley, oats, wheat, turnips, and apples -- for come November, the faeries would blast every growing plant with their breath, blighting any nuts and berries remaining on the hedgerows. Peat and wood for winter fires were stacked high by the hearth. It was a joyous time of family reunion, when all members of the household worked together baking, salting meat, and making preserves for the winter feasts to come. The endless horizons of summer gave way to a warm, dim and often smoky room; the symphony of summer sounds was replaced by a counterpoint of voices, young and old, human and animal.

In early Ireland, people gathered at the ritual centers of the tribes, for Samhain was the principal calendar feast of the year. The greatest assembly was the 'Feast of Tara,' focusing on the royal seat of the High King as the heart of the sacred land, the point of conception for the new year. In every household throughout the country, hearth-fires were extinguished. All waited for the Druids to light the new fire of the year -- not at Tara, but at Tlachtga, a hill twelve miles to the north-west. It marked the burial-place of Tlachtga, daughter of the great druid Mogh Ruith, who may once have been a goddess in her own right in a former age.

At at all the turning points of the Celtic year, the gods drew near to Earth at Samhain, so many sacrifices and gifts were offered up in thanksgiving for the harvest. Personal prayers in the form of objects symbolizing the wishes of supplicants or ailments to be healed were cast into the fire, and at the end of the ceremonies, brands were lit from the great fire of Tara to re-kindle all the home fires of the tribe, as at Beltane. As they received the flame that marked this time of beginnings, people surely felt a sense of the kindling of new dreams, projects and hopes for the year to come.

The Samhain fires continued to blaze down the centuries. In the 1860s the Halloween bonfires were still so popular in Scotland that one traveler reported seeing thirty fires lighting up the hillsides all on one night, each surrounded by rings of dancing figures, a practice which continued up to the first World War. Young people and servants lit brands from the fire and ran around the fields and hedges of house and farm, while community leaders surrounded parish boundaries with a magic circle of light. Afterwards, ashes from the fires were sprinkled over the fields to protect them during the winter months -- and of course, they also improved the soil. The bonfire provided an island of light within the oncoming tide of winter darkness, keeping away cold, discomfort, and evil spirits long before electricity illumined our nights. When the last flame sank down, it was time to run as fast as you could for home, raising the cry, “The black sow without a tail take the hindmost!”

Even today, bonfires light up the skies in many parts of the British Isles and Ireland at this season, although in many areas of Britain their significance has been co-opted by Guy Fawkes Day, which falls on November 5th, and commemorates an unsuccessful attempt to blow up the English Houses of Parliament in the 17th century. In one Devonshire village, the extraordinary sight of both men and women running through the streets with blazing tar barrels on their backs can still be seen! Whatever the reason, there will probably always be a human need to make fires against the winter’s dark.

Tuesday, August 26, 2008

Wholesale Wiccan Supplies

Are you a Wiccan Supplies or WitchCraft Supplies store? Do you have a brick and mortar store? Or perhaps an online business in this industry?

Then you know coming across good reliable wholesale businesses to purchase your inventory can be a challenge.

Wiccan Supplier is probably the best source for wholesale within the wiccan supplies industry. Why do I say this? Well i tell you.

Wiccan Supplier has over 2200 products and items on their website, so there is definitely a huge variety of items and products for you to choose from to stock your store with. Whether you are looking for cauldrons, incense, candles, spell kits, statuary, tarot cards, cds, dvds, jewelry, herbs, or anything else that is a new age product, you will find it at Wiccan Supplier.

Wiccan Supplier offers 40% off retail price on ALL their products and items. Yes that is right, 40% off TRUE wholesale mark down off retail. Many wholesalers in this industry i have found to only offer 10-25% off retail, how can you make money with that can of mark down? You can't.

Another great benefit with Wiccan Supplier is that they have NO minimum to buy from them. You can buy as little or as much as you need. Where many businesses may have to go to several different wholesale sources for their products, you can purchase all your inventory in one place with Wiccan Supplier.

Wiccan Supplier is a secured SSL site, which means you can shop safely on their site without having sensistive information at risk of being hacked into and stolen. Their website is a breeze to browse through, and you can find whatever it is you are looking for quickly and easily. Every product and item is categorized appropriately with very good pictures and product descriptions.

You may pay using credit card or paypal, and you can ship using either the USPS or UPS.

Another great thing with Wiccan Supplier is that they even have drop shipping available, with no drop shipping fees. This is very nice if you are an online only store and do not wish to stock your inventory. Whenever you recieve an order, simply go to Wiccan Supplier and order from them and they will ship to YOUR customer using your own business name and address.

With over 130 tarot cards, hundreds of herbs and jewelry of all sorts, a large selection of candles and incense, its a wonder why you would want to go anywhere else for your businesses inventory needs.

Their customer service is quick and responsive to your questions and concerns, and if you need any help at all they will do the best they can with getting back to you.

Orders usually ship out and to the customer within 2-4 business days and everything will be sealed and packaged with care in bubble wrap, pop corn, plastic baggies, and other packing material to prevent breakage on more fragile items.

If you are in the wiccan supplies industry and looking for a good reliable wholesale source, give Wiccan Supplier a try.
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Monday, August 18, 2008

How to make magic happen

Of course there are as many ways to perform magic as there are people doing it. This is my own personal opinion and preference. There are no rights and wrongs in magic, so do what feels right for you. Magic should not be performed for fun or to fulfill wishes. It should be performed to improve your life and the lives of those you love by solving NEEDS.
Enough chit-chat, right? Let's move some energy!

Step One: First, KNOW in your mind YOU HAVE THE POWER WITHIN YOU to achieve this goal. (Think of Dorothy in The Wizard of Oz)

As you gather all the supplies needed for the spell such as candles, stones, incense and oils, visualize your goal. I could talk about this subject for days, but for the beginner I will keep it simple. Take deep breaths and relax with no distractions. SEE THE GOAL IN YOUR MIND; play it like a movie in your head.

For instance, perhaps you have a bill to pay. See yourself writing the check for the amount due and filling out the bill, then mailing it. It is paid in full! Imagine this scenario over and over, KNOWING you have the power within you to make this happen. Or, say you gained a few pounds over the holidays and you want to lose weight. SEE yourself as you would LIKE to be. Close your eyes and in your mind start at your head, seeing how you WILL look when the goal is achieved. Let your eyes travel down your body inch by inch SEEING the NEW YOU!
Touch the objects you will be using as you visualize, releasing energy into the items. Feel the muscles in your body flexing as you work, lighting candles, incense and such, all the while still visualizing. Spells usually involve a chant or prayer of some sort (all to help with staying focused on the goal). Follow the directions for the spell you are casting. (See examples below).
See the goal and know that energies are moving. Continue this as long as you can, then relax.
I believe in the theory of cast it, and then forget it. This simply means, give the spell all you've got when you perform it, and then go on with life. Don't sit around waiting for something mysterious to fall out of the sky; begin taking physical steps to achieve the goal also. You may want to perform the spell daily until the goal is achieved. We all have the power to make positive changes in our lives if we will only ALLOW it to happen.
Most of all, have fun! And if you need any materials, ingrediants, or items for these spells or others you want to perform, you may get them at online store i mentioned in my previous post
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Some sample spells:
Love Spell: Attract A Mate
Attract the LOVE of your life with this simple yet powerful spell. You will need a sampler size of your favorite scent and a pink candle.
First carve a heart in your candle with a tack or toothpick. Light the candle in a window where it will receive moonlight (the light of the full moon is best). Put the scent container in front of the candle and say, "Venus, grant me the love that I lack; through this scent, my mate attract!"
Let the candle burn out naturally, then carry the scent with you, spraying on a little whenever you are out or may be meeting people. Increase the power of the magic by repeating the invocation as you put on the scent.

To Get a Lover To Call
This spell is best begun when the moon is waxing, but if you cannot wait that long, go ahead and do it.
Take a photo of your lover and a photo of yourself. Using a paper clip, hook the photos together so that the faces are on top of each other. The idea is that the person cannot see past your face. Take the photos and place them at the bottom of your underwear drawer. The person should soon write, call, or reappear.

Money Spell: Attract Prosperity
The following is said while making nine knots in green, 13-inch silk cord or ribbon:
By knot of one, my spell's begun
By knot of two, plenty fruitful work to do
By knot of three, money comes to me
By knot of four, opportunity knocks at my door
By knot of five, my business thrives
By knot of six, this spell is fixed
By knot of seven, success is given
By knot of eight, increase is great
By knot of nine, these things are mine

Prosperity Oil
This classic prosperity oil has been used for at least 100 years. It is best made on a Thursday and is believed to be most effective if allowed to sit for three weeks after mixing.
A small green piece of fabric may be anointed with the oil and carried in the purse, or the oil may be worn as a perfume.
Omit the base oil if you wish to use with an aromatherapy oil warmer.
◦ One part basil powder
◦ One part spearmint essential oil
◦ One quarter part cinnamon essence
◦ Six parts base oil (virgin olive, sunflower, or light mineral)
Mix all ingredients carefully and put into a dark glass bottle. Allow it to sit for at least three weeks then strain through a cheesecloth or muslin to remove the basil powder residue. Keep a small coin in the bottle and keep away from direct sunlight.

A Magickal Powder to Create Harmony in the Workplace
Is your office or building stressful? (Whose isn't?) Try this to make your workplace full of harmony and peace. Sprinkle this magickal powder around when no one is looking. Create this powder on a Thursday evening for the strongest possible mixture.
◦ 3 drops of rose oil
◦ 5 drops of sandalwood oil
◦ 7 drops of lavender oil
◦ a handful of talcum powder
◦ a teaspoon dried and powdered chamomile flowers (if available)

Mix everything but the talc together in a ceramic bowl with a fork until well blended. Add the talcum powder and mix well. Visualize a warm blue light building and radiating from the powder as you mix. Do this until you are satisfied and gently pour the powder into a little paper envelope or sachet. Take it work the next morning.

Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Wiccan Supplies Store Review

NOTE: This is an unbiased review of our online store from a satisfied customer who wrote this as an article and gave us permission to post it on our blog.

In such a niche industry as selling wiccan supplies and wicca products, there is one online store that raises above the rest on the net.

It is hard for individuals to find a trusted wiccan supplies store within the witchcraft, pagan, and wiccan communities that are brick and mortar stores by them where they can buy their wiccan supplies and wicca items for their craft.

Moon's Light Magic is a huge online wiccan supplies and witchcraft supplies store for anyone who practices the craft. Whether you are Pagan, Wiccan, or just spiritual in general, Moon's Light Magic online store will surely have something that will provide you the proper ritual tools and altar items for your rituals and spells.

With over 2,200 different wiccan supplies to choose from, there certainly is no shortage of products here. Moon's Light Magic carries incense, candles, oils, spell kits, pendulums, cauldrons, statuary, herbs, and just about anything you can imagine for us that practice the Craft.

They have over 130 different tarot cards, hundreds of herbs that may be otherwise IMPOSSIBLE to find at any local store, and dozens upon dozens of ritual spell candles for individuals looking for some quick and easy spells and rituals. If you would like to have much more complex rituals, they certainly have the products to provide this for you as well.

Shopping on their site is a breeze, and much like other e-commerce sites you just click and add items to your shopping cart. Each product has a detailed description and high quality picture which allows you to see if each product is what it is you are looking for.

Another thing I found really neat with Moon's Light Magic is that they add a "tip" to their wiccan supplies descriptions that basically are just little bites of advice on how to use these products even more effectively.

Moon's Light Magic also has links under practically every wiccan product category that goes to their blog Wiccan and WitchCraft Information that gives very detailed information and example rituals you can use for each product you may be interested in.

Finding supplies on their site is just as easy, everything is fitted into proper categories and sub categories so you don't have to spend a lengthy amount of time trying to find what it is you are looking for. They also have a search option which will allow you to type in exactly what is you may be looking for and if they have that product or something similar, search results will pop up on the page.

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Customers that have ordered several times through Moon's Light Magic and found that their orders are usually shipped within 2-4 days. They keep you posted through e-mail as to the status of your order. When it is being processed you will receive an e-mail saying so, and when your order had been shipped you will receive another e-mail confirmation that says your order has been shipped.

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