Thursday This Is Your Spell – Essential Money Spell

February 25, 2010 at 10:42 am (Magic, Money, Ostara, pagan, prosperity, Spell, Thursday, Witch)

Essential Money Spell
From
The Good Spell Book by Gillian Kemp

Around campfires or in their sunny vardos the Romany invoked spells to bring prosperity. The following spell has been popular for centuries; in the past, coins of an earlier date were used, preferably gold.

Needed:

  • five short green candles
  • ten quarters
  • warm salt water
  • five saucers

Rinse the coins in warm salt water. Set the five saucers in a circle and place one coin in the center of each saucer. With a little melted wax, securely fix a lighted candle on top of each coin. Distribute the five remaining coins inside the circle so that they form a five-pointed star with the apex facing away from you. Say aloud:

"I need [amount of money] immediately."

Imagine green and purple five-pointed starlight glowing from the candle flames. Imagine coins cascading from the flames for several minutes. Let the candles burn out naturally. Provided your need is genuine, a windfall should be on its way. When it arrives, say thank you to the mystical world.

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