Thursday This Is Your Spell – Prosperity Pouch

March 4, 2010 at 10:00 am (Incense, Magic, Money, Oils, pagan, prosperity, Spell, Thursday, Witch)

Prosperity Pouch
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Ingredients:

  • Green or gold cloth and bag
  • Cinnamon
  • Patchouli
  • Mint
  • Basil
  • Money oil*, cinnamon oil, or heliotrope oil
  • 1 small cinnamon stick
  • Malachite
  • Pyrite
  • 1 Gold Candle
  • 1 Green candle
  • Prosperity incense**

Empower all objects. Carve a prosperity rune or symbol on the candles and dress them with any of the above oils. Visualize your goal as you dress them. Add a chant if you like.

"Wealth and money, come to me
I deserve prosperity."

Light the candles on your altar or place of magic. Place the empowered herbs in the bag and ask for the blessings of the Earth. Wave the bag through the incense smoke and ask for the blessings of Air. Pass the bag through the flame of each candle and ask for the blassings of Fire. Anoint the bag with any of the money drawing oils and ask for the blessings of Water. Hold the stones and tell them what they are to do. Explain their magical purpose. Add them to your pouch. Take the cinnamon stick and drip some green wax on one end and gold wax on the other. These are 2 traditional money drawing colors but can also be viewed as colors for the Goddess (Green) and the God (Gold). Ask for their blessing on your spell. Say:

"For the good of all
And with harm to none
This is my will
And it is done!

*Money Oil

  • 2 oz. clear oil base
  • 3 drams bayberry
  • 1/2 dram vetivert
  • dash of light musk
  • goldleaf flakes
  • bottle (green if possible)

Add goldleaf flakes to the bottle. This should be made on a Wednesday, Thursday, or Friday as the moon waxes in an Earth sign (Taurus, Virgo or Capricorn)

**Prosperity Incense

  • 1 part Frankincense
  • 1/2 part Cinnamon
  • 1/4 part Nutmeg
  • 1/2 part Balm

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