Thursday This Is Your Spell – Fertility Spell

March 5, 2009 at 2:59 pm (Uncategorized)

Ostara, Eostar, or the Christian Easter – regardless of the name you call it by – or how vehemently you deny it – it is a fertility holiday. Rabbits – one of the most fecund creatures on the planet. Eggs – from which life springs. Newly blooming plants. All of these things represent fertility. In the vein, here is a fertility spell for those looking to add to their family and increase the love they have…

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Fertility Spell

  • Patchouli oil
  • Sandalwood incense
  • 2 pine cones
  • 3 wheat heads
  • Green Candle
  • Green marker
  • Paper

Rub the oil on the candle and anoint yourself around the womb area with a drop of oil. Light the candle and incense and place the pine cones and wheat into a cauldron or container. Visualize your magical goal and use the marker to draw yourself on the right hand side of the paper as you are now – draw yourself as you want to be on the left side (flat belly, pregnant belly will do just fine) visualize your goal while drawing – when you feel you’ve visualized enough tear the paper in half and fold the left side with your goal drawn on it into a small square and place it in your
pocket then light the other paper in the candle flame and place it in the cauldron to burn. Chant or pray for your goal to be realized as you watch the paper burn. Bury the contents of the cauldron in your yard – preferable a garden – leave an offering of a small crumb of cake on a crystal plate for any good spirits or fairies who might happen by.
Stay positive so you don’t attract the attention of any jealous or bad fairies! Keep the paper with your goal drawn on it with you at all times until your wish is granted then you can place it in a safe place for luck.

Disclaimer: No one involved in this blog or its contents may be held responsible for any adverse reactions arising from following any of the instructions / recipes on this list. It is the reader’s personal responsibility to exercise all precautions and use his or her own discretion if following any instructions or advice from this blog.

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