Monthly Archives: August 2010

The Wand

Should I buy or create my own wand? When casting real spells, you sometimes need a magick wand. While it is convenient to buy a wand, it is important to remember that your wand is an extension of you and by making your own wand you are able to put your energy into it. There is a deeper connection to something you have made rather than something you buy. Continue reading

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Banishing a Bad Habit

Sit quietly for a few minutes to focus on what you desire to achieve with this working. You may choose to erect a “circle of protection” or “circle of power” at this time if that is your standard procedure.
Using your favorite writing instrument and the parchment, write down a few key words that describe the habit you wish to rid yourself of. Here are some examples: If you wish to release your anger or frustration about a current situation Continue reading

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Prayer vs. Spell Casting

What is the difference between prayer and casting a spell? Both are designed to create an atmosphere and focus energy. Both use words and actions to gain a result. Both require rituals in order to succeed. But a key difference is the intent of the person. Continue reading

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Casting Real Spells

First you must find the right spell to cast. What are the results that you desire?
Second, you must research the spell. Continue reading

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Finding Real Spells

So you are learning Magick and you want to find real spells, but what is a real spell? Can anyone cast a real spell? Is it like Harry Potter where I just say a few funny words, wave my wand around and “poof” what I want appears? Of course not. But there are real spells out there that really work. Continue reading

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Money Spell

By knot of one, my spell’s begun By knot of two, plenty fruitful work to do By knot of three, money comes to me By knot of four, opportunity knocks at my door By knot of five, my business thrives By knot of six, this spell is fixed By knot of seven, success is given By knot of eight, increase is great By knot of nine, these things are mine Continue reading

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