Thursday This Is Your Spell-Magical Fruit Garland Spell

November 5, 2009 at 10:08 am (Christmas, Decoration, Family, Garland, Magic, pagan, Spell, Thursday, Witch)

Magical Fruit Garland Spell
A Spell to Increase the Realm of Possibilities and Abundance
From To Light a Sacred Flame by Silver Ravenwolf

Days: Sunday or Thursday
Planetary Hours: Sun or Jupiter
Planetary Spirits: Sun or Jupiter
Moon Phase: Full or waxing
Element: Fire or Earth
Rune: Feoh (wealth)
Archetype: Rosemerta
Totem animal: Pelican
Magic Circle: Not needed
Quarter call: Not needed

Go shopping at the grocery section. Look for a selection of small fruits such as strawberries, blueberries, mini-bananas, cherry tomatoes, grapes, and so on. As you shop, keep in mind that you are browsing through the possibilities of life. At home, carefully wash the fruit in consecrated water. You may also wish to empower the water for the goal of abundance. Using heavy waxed thread, begin to make a garland, slowly threading the fruit together. Don’t jerk your hands, scream at the kids, or get up and down from your chair. Stay put and work through the spell slowly. As you thread the fruit, count down from fifty to one. Each time you thread a piece of fruit, say something like:

"As this garland grows,
so does abundance
and prosperity grow
within my life."

When you finish, ask the Goddess Rosemerta to send her blessings into the fruit and fill your life with prosperity and abundance. Tie the garland together so that it forms a circle. Set the garland on a large plate. Pour a small amount of sugar on the plate in the middle of the garland. With your finger, draw the rune Feoh in the sugar. Set in the refrigerator to chill. Serve to your family for supper. As each person partakes of the garland fruit, they bring abundance into their lives.

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