Thursday This Is Your Spell – Fire Purification Spell

June 11, 2009 at 11:32 am (Banish, Candle, Fire, Litha, Magic, Midsummer, pagan, Spell, Thursday, Witch)

Fire Purification Spell
from Wiccan Whispers newsletter
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Here’s a very simple little spell that works great, especially around Midsummer. Materials Needed:

  • 1 Red or White Candle
  • 1 Black Ink Pen
  • 1 Small Square of White, Unlined Paper
  • 1 Pair of tweezers or tongs

Timing: Noon on a day when the moon is in the waxing phase. Preferably as close to the Summer Solstice as possible.

Procedure: Think of one bad habit you have that you would truly like to rid yourself of. Write it down in the center of the of paper. Now fold the paper top to bottom, then left to right, so that it is folded into fourths with the writing inside. As you fold the paper, visualize that habit being trapped inside the paper. Now light the candle and meditate on its flame for a moment. When you are prepared to continue, hold the paper in a diamond shape, with the writing down at the bottom. Now take the tweezers and hold the bottom tip of the diamond into the flame. Visualize the habit burning away with the flames. As the paper burns, chant the following or similar:

"Great spirits of fire, grow and consume
T
his habit of evil so goodness may bloom."

This spell should be cast outside, so that the ashes of the paper can fall to the earth. As they do so, visualize the earth as taking your habit and absorbing it. Be sure to leave a gift for the earth in exchange for taking your habit.

Note: This spell also works extremely well with balefires or the fire at your Litha ritual. Simply toss the paper into the flames and chant. Do not attempt to hold it over the flames as you would with a candle…

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