Poppet Magick

Poppet Magick

If poppet magick was to be defined, it would be considered sympathetic” magick

Like is what like does. And while poppet magick, for the most part, is for healing it has however, over the centuries, been used in many different ways.

Making a poppet is quite simple.

It is usually made in the rough image of a human, though animal’s poppets are known as well. It can be made out of just about any material; cloth, wax, clay, various metals (lead, copper etc.) wood and so on. It is the intent and the energy that it is empowered with that count. The poppet is often filled with certain herbs depending on the desired result.

Those of the VooDoun faith fill poppets or voodoo dolls or gris-gris as they are also known, with personal items such as hair, nail clippings, articles of clothing etc. They then use these gris-gris for binding and for acts of revenge.

It has been suggested that poppets were first used by Paleolithic hunters from about 50,000 B.C.E.

An image of the animal being hunted was created, and a ritual resulting in a successful hunt was performed on the poppet. Indigenous people around the world have used this method of magick and in some parts of the world; they still do to this day.

In ancient Greece (4th. century B.C.E.), poppets were referred to as “Kolossos”. Their primary purpose was for binding. This could be applied to one’s enemies, deity, ghosts and spirits, and so on. They were also used for healing and self- defence of the individual or community and protection of boundaries. The act of binding was similar to the voodoo method. In that various personal articles were embedded into the kolossos (poppet). The kolossos was then set upon by tying the figure up, mutilating various parts, and/or piercing it with thorns or nails. This was usually accompanied by various incantations and/or ritual in order to further enhance the binding.

One example of these incantations is:
” O Hermes Katokhos, restrain ( name of person ) !
I commit __________ to the Gods,
to Ge, Hectate and Persephone!
I bind _________, born of _________,
in your presence, Hermes Katokhos.
May he/she be restrained
in hand and foot and body! ”

The kolossos is then concealed by burying it or sealing it in a jar or clay pot, or cast into the deep sea. Among the Greeks and Hellenes the most common material for making poppets was clay, wax and lead.
The Babylonians often used poppets for defensive or protective magick. They were often made of clay or wax. These poppets were place around the entrances to their homes and still others were buried, depending on the need.

The ancient Egyptians also used poppets for protection from their enemies. Spells of destruction were written on the poppet and then smashed and buried.

The point being made is that poppets have been in use for centuries and in different ways by many diverse cultures.

In the United States, mountain folk, particularly the women, have used poppets for ages in order to attract and bind a lover. After casting a binding spell, they would bind the poppet with string or a ribbon and then conceal it where it could not be found. If found the spell is broken.

Witches often use poppets for healing and love magick. Though one should not use these for binding magick.

When doing a healing spell using a poppet, first stuff it with Calendula (a good healing herb) and then do a naming ritual, using the name of the person that the healing is for. Here is an example:
” Image of health, your purpose is healing.
I bestow upon you the name of _________ .
Their body is your body.
Their thoughts are your thoughts.
Their emotions are your emotions.
Their state of health is your state of health.
I proclaim you both as one entity! ”

Here is an example of a healing spell:

Material needed:

1 Yellow candle
Herbs of calendula, Lavender, and Rosemary
Clear quartz crystal
Photo of the patient
Any personal articles
To be performed on a Sunday;

Stuff the poppet with the herbs and place the crystal at the heart of the poppet.
Seal the poppet and do the naming ritual.
Light the candle and visualize the patient as being healthy and energetic.
Chant three times:

“Lavender, marigold, and rosemary
The body, soul and mind are free
Crystal of quartz, take the pain away
Whole and healed and free today
With harm to none
My will is done
So Mote It Be!”

Bury the poppet on the same day.

The same procedure should be followed when using the poppet for love magick.

(Attracting love, not binding ones emotions. Remember the Threefold law). Use herbs associated with love magick to stuff the poppet. Some of these would be Lavender, Rose, Patchouli and Basil. Some of the crystals that you could use are Lapis Lazuli, Alexandrite, Malachite, and Jade. Do the naming ritual, using aspects of love in place of healing. And then do a love chant, repeating it three times. Afterwards bury the poppet.
Colour plays an important part when doing magick. And the colour of the cloth used in poppet magick is no different. The colours can be used alone or in combination with other colours.

Following are a few colours and their associated meanings to help you get started:

White – This is a universal colour and can be used for just about any type of spell. It is often used for spells pertaining to spirituality.

Green – To be used for spells of prosperity, healing and fertility.

Red – Poppets made of this colour are used for blood related diseases, sexual passion and courage spells.

Blue – This colour is for emotional and mental healing, harmony and all round good health.

Black – Used to reverse curses or spells cast against you and to stop harmful gossiping.

Yellow – Used as an aid in mental healing.

Pink – A poppet made of this colour cloth is for fertility, love and compassion towards others and yourself.

Brown – Financial success and to attract gain.

Orange – This colour is used for success and to attract positive energy.

Purple – The colour of this poppet is used to enhance psychic ability.


To make a poppet, take two pieces of cloth with right sides facing each other. A bit of fabric from an old shirt or other garment is best. From them, cut an image of a person (yourself).
Sew them together, leaving an opening for stuffing.
Next, take a dried rose and pull the petals off in a counter-clockwise manner repeating,
“Doubt torn away, confidence today.”
Place the petals inside the poppet and sew up the hole.
On the outside, paint or embroider a word or emblem which symbolizes uncertainty to you.
Then place the poppet in the light of a waning moon to reduce your reservations.
After 10 days bury the poppet along with your hesitations.

A poppet to represent the person you wish to bind; Patchouli leaves ; Frankincense;
Charcoal block; Black candle; Red ribbon; White cloth
Make a poppet to represent the person you wish to bind.
Burn patchouli leaves and frankincense on a charcoal block.
Light a black candle and pass the poppet through the incense smoke saying:
Hecate, great Goddess of life and death, I ask you to acknowledge that this Creation of cloth be known as Flesh and blood of (name).
Wrap the poppet tightly in red ribbon, paying close attention to the area you wish to bind, i.e.: the genitals of a rapist, the mouth of a slanderer. As you wrap, say:
Between the worlds in Hecate’s eyes you (name) are bound powerless.
In the eyes of this world, you are harmless.
Imagine a heavy net made from a white light. Imagine the net clinging to the poppet.
Wrap it in a piece of white cloth and bury it close to the person’s house
(or by the ocean and bid the sea to bless it).

Grave dirt or earth Rosemary Sage Piece of smoky quartz
Piece of amethyst some item from the person a poppet can be sewn to represent the malicious person.
Fill it with earth (grave dirt if you can find it), rosemary, sage, a piece of smoky quartz and a piece of amethyst. Also enclose a piece of the person’s fingernails, a lock of hair, or another personal item. Handwriting can be enclosed if you have nothing else. Photos can be used also.

Take a poppet and sprinkle it liberally with blessing oil.
Rub a perfume oil all over your hands and hold them over the dolls head, palms open and say:
You are very ill-be healed
You will recover-be healed
Heal! Heal! Heal!
Now blend equal amounts of Rosemary perfume oil, Violet perfume oil, Voodoo oil
and Damnation powder. Mix thoroughly until you have a paste.
Completely coat the doll from top to bottom with this mixture and repeat the words given above.
After several times, carefully wrap the coated doll in a piece of red cloth and hide it away, it must not be seen for several days. Then take the doll and burn it and scatter the ashes to the wind.


Using black felt, a needle and thread, and stuffing, make a simple poppet to represent the offender.
Cut a slit into the fabric for a mouth and stuff it well with slippery elm.
Sew the mouth shut with a six-stranded piece of purple embroidery floss. As you sew, say:
“Your mouth is closed. You cannot speak to gossip, slander, or havoc wreak.
Your mouth stay shut, but only ’till it speaks of friendship and good will.”
Place the poppet in a box. Stuff the box with paper to force the poppet’s face into a corner.
Leaving the poppet as such removes the offender’s urge to gossip.


A poppet is a doll. It is the shape of a human that is used for magical purposes.
They are used in spells to help either you or someone else.
These dolls can be made from wood, cloth, clay, paper, or fabric.
To make a fabric poppet cut a human outline from two pieces of fabric with their right sides together.
It does not need to be detailed. You can keep the hands and feet rounded.
If the poppet is to represent you, use a piece of fabric from some of your old clothes.
Sew most of the figure with right sides together. Leave a small area un sewn.
Turn it right side out and stuff. You may stuff the figure with batting, tissue, straw, paper, or whatever is handy. You may add herbs, a lock of hair or other personal effect. Sew the hole.
You may add button eyes and decorate to personalize.
Do not make poppets of other people unless you have permission. Do not destroy the poppet.
If it represents another person, give it to that person to keep it safe.
If it was made for binding, bury it.


The Poppet can be used for healing purposes–in fact that is probably its primary use. The Poppet can also be used for love magic. The same construction method is used: two outlines cut from cloth, sewn together and marked with identifying symbols and characteristics (all whilst concentrating your thoughts on the person it represents). You should stuff the Poppet with the herb appropriate for the person’s ailment. If ever in doubt as to what to use, stuff the Poppet with Calendula (also called Marigold, Marybud, Holibud–Calendula officinalis), which is a cure-all. You should name the Poppet (as in love-magic, to symbolically represent the person who is to benefit from the healing spell), sprinkling and censing it, then lay it on the altar.
Should you be working for someone who has had surgery, then make an incision in the Poppet in the appropriate place. Then, taking it up from the altar, concentrate on the healing and direct your power into the patient as you sew up the incision.
You can do Auric and/or Pranic healing using the Poppet in lieu of the actual person. Once you have named and consecrated the Poppet, then anything you do to it, of course, you do to that person.


There is various forms and types of this magick, and listed below is a basic guide and some tips on how to enhance your poppet spell. Poppet magic is extremely powerful and should be used with care.
Most people associate poppet magic with Voodoo and perceive it as harmful.
In most cases the poppets used in Wicca are used for positive effects such as healings, love, happiness and they can also be used for bindings (only if necessary).
For an effective spell, you will need a poppet (made of natural material and it can be coloured to enhance the spell), a photo – or if possible, something of the person’s (i.e.: a lock of hair, fingernail etc) and any herbs, and gemstones needed as well.
Sometimes ribbons are incorporated into the working too.
When you are done casting, the poppet should not be destroyed. Instead give it to the person you are healing or if it was for yourself, keep it. If a binding was performed, then bury it off your property.


Moon in Gemini or Capricorn. Month of August. Waning moons. On bright, sunlit days.
Gather a piece of paper, one gray crayon, one bright crayon (orange-yellow is good), matches, and a small item to represent yourself (perhaps a pebble). On the left side of the paper write in gray the word “doubt”, and draw a cloud over the word. On the right side, use the bright crayon to draw a sun with the word “assurance” underneath it. Then lay the paper before you, placing the symbol of self on the left side. Slowly, while repeating the phrase, “From doubt to certainty, light to mark my way.
Misgivings be gone, I’m seizing the day.
Move the stone across the page until it sets firmly on the word “assurance”.
Next, take a deep breath and tear away the left side of the paper, releasing your breath as you finish tearing. Burn that side to literally destroy you doubt. Wrap the remaining paper around the stone or object and carry it to encourage confidence every day.


Make a poppet to represent the person you wish to bind.
Burn patchouli leaves and frankincense on a charcoal block.
Light a black candle and pass the poppet through the incense smoke saying:
“Hecate, great Goddess of life and death, I ask you to acknowledge that this Creation of cloth be known as Flesh and blood of (name).”
Wrap the poppet tightly in red ribbon, paying close attention to the area you wish to bind i.e.: the genitals of a rapist, the mouth of a slanderer. As you wrap, say:
Between the worlds in Hecate’s eyes you (name) are bound powerless. In the eyes of this world you are harmless.
Imagine a heavy net made from a white light. Imagine the net clinging to the poppet.
Wrap it in a piece of white cloth and bury it close to the person’s house.

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First Aid Kit Herbs

first aid kit herbs

First Aid Kit Herbs information below could just save a life

A first aid kit for herbs you may say? It’s highly likely that at least once in your life you’ll need to use basic first aid techniques.

If you go hiking or backpacking or enjoy any of a number of outdoor activities, the odds that you’ll encounter an emergency health problem go way up.

Despite those sobering odds, too few people keep first aid kits handy or know how to use them. While this article is no substitute for a good first aid course, it will provide some basic information about what herbs to use for emergencies. Being knowledgeable and prepared dispels anxiety and allows you to think clearly when an emergency situation arises and you are the caregiver.
You can use the following herbal extracts, oils, salves, and powders to augment a first aid kit you buy or already own. Just remember to write explicit instructions for the herbal medicines you include — in case someone else needs to use a remedy on you or in your absence. A thorough instruction booklet — one that starts with abrasions and ends with vomiting — can help you in emergencies when you’ll need a quick reference for remedies.

A number of companies sell herbal first aid kits, and you may want to tailor one of them to make it more specific to your needs. Or you may want the satisfaction of preparing one of your own. The following herbal items are welcome additions to any first aid kit.


Herbal tinctures and extracts are the preferred form of medicine as they are assimilated quickly and administered easily. First Aid Kit Herbs




Tincturing also extracts valuable constituents not found in teas since certain active plant properties are only soluble in alcohol. If you dislike the alcohol, you can reduce its presence somewhat by placing the drops in a half cup of hot, boiled water and allowing it to sit for 15 minutes. You can also mix the extract with juice to disguise the taste. To keep things in perspective, it has been said there’s more alcohol in a ripe banana than in the suggested dosage of herbal extracts.

Arnica. This external remedy makes a great massage liniment for sore and cramped muscles. It will decrease pain and prevent swelling and bruising associated with torn ligaments, sprains, crushed fingers and toes, and broken bones — provided the skin is not broken. Arnica works best if applied immediately after an injury and continued every couple hours for the first day.

Cayenne. Five to ten drops diluted in two ounces of water can be used internally for frostbite and hypothermia. It moves the blood from the center of the body to the peripheral areas, warming hands and feet. A couple drops under the tongue will help to revive someone in shock or trauma. Used externally for heavily bleeding lacerations, it will coagulate the blood to stanch the flow (though it stings a mite).

Valerian. As an antispasmodic and painkiller, this herb relieves intestinal and menstrual cramps, headaches and general aches or pains. As a nervine, it will bring sleep to an exhausted person. The dosage range is 30 to 60 drops.

Echinacea. Besides possessing the ability to increase the supply of white blood cells to an infected area, thus boosting the immune system, echinacea is also antibiotic and antibacterial to gram positive bacteria such as strep or staph. It’s helpful with fevers, poisoning, or any type of internal infection and has reportedly been used for poisonous insect and snake bites by many native Plains tribes. Echinacea is a good preventative and supportive herb for the onset of the flu or common cold. The dosage ranges from 30 to 60 drops, the higher ranges used for fevers and acute situations. For toothaches, it can be massaged into the surrounding gums and teeth. For poisonous bites, 60 drops every 15 minutes is appropriate.

Grindelia. As an external remedy, grindelia cools and soothes hot, irritated skin rashes, sunburns, itchy insect bites and poison ivy. When taken internally, it helps expel mucus obstruction in the bronchioles and may be useful for some types of asthma and respiratory congestion.

Milk thistle combination. This can include milk thistle, burdock and kelp in equal parts. An alternative to chaparral that acts to leach heavy metals and radiation toxicity from the thyroid, blood, and liver as well as protects the liver against further damage. Good to take before and after dental x-rays and after taking Tylenol or Advil. 

Quassia. As an antimicrobial, this herb is traditionally used for bacterial diarrhoea, dysentery, and giardia — a lower gastrin testinal complaint contracted by drinking contaminated water. The standard dose is three to five dropper full every six hours. To treat suspected bad water, add 30 drops to each quart of water.

Syrup of Ipecac. This standard remedy promotes vomiting and should only be used in certain types of poisoning. 

Flower rescue remedy. Used for emotional trauma for all ages, flower essences work quickly and effectively on symptoms ranging from hyperventilation to neurosis. Rubbing the drops on the temples and wrists of hysterical children unable to take anything orally will have an immediate calming influence. Extracts will keep their potency for several years if stored in a dark and cool place.


Slippery elm capsules. Used or food poisoning, this powder combines and buffers poisons in the stomach and bowels to decrease toxic absorption. It can soothe mucous membranes and settle an upset stomach.

Ginger root capsules. Use two caps for motion and morning sickness. It’s also effective for nausea caused by flu or bad food. 

Marshmallow-peppermint oil capsules. This is an easy-to-make combination of four parts marshmallow powder to one part peppermint oil. The powder in this formula is basically a vehicle for the peppermint oil to reach the small intestines without dissolving in the stomach. The capsules reduce intestinal cramping that can accompany any gastrointestinal tract infection.

For children not able to swallow capsules, you can dissolve the contents in four cups of juice or sweetened water.

Poultice combination power.

First Aid Kit Herbs

This should consist of at least one antibacterial herb, one antifungal, an emollient, and an astringent. A possible combination can contain equal parts gentian, myrrh gum, goldenseal, and marshmallow. This powder can be stored in a zip-lock plastic bag and makes a nice dust for sore feet, lacerations (it will stop excess bleeding), diaper rash, infections, insect bites, or inflamed eyes (it is cooling and soothing). A tea of these herbs can be used externally as a wash. For foreign objects in the eye, make a paste by adding water to the mix and bandage it over the closed eyelid to draw the object out and soothe the eye simultaneously.


Peppermint. A little on the temples can help you stay awake and a few drops in water will settle an upset stomach.

Tea tree oil. Called a “first aid kit in a bottle,” tea tree (Melaleuca leucadendron) it has strong antifungal and antibiotic properties with antiseptic abilities. It can be used for fungal infections, pus-filled wounds or burns, cold sores, and herpes lesions. For use with earaches and on sensitive skin, dilute with equal parts olive oil. Use sparingly — tea tree oil goes a long way. 


A good all-purpose salve is essential. You want one that will draw and shrink swollen tissues, fight bacteria, and soothe compromised tissues. Here is a list of common herbs that fall in each category: 

Emollients — marshmallow, slippery elm, plantain, comfrey, and mullein;
Antimicrobials — echinacea, goldenseal, yerba mansa, Oregon grape, osha, propolis, myrrh gum, garlic, calendula, chamomile, chaparral, gentian, and usnea;
Astringents — hose tail, bistort, geranium, rose, alum, yarrow, witch hazel, yellow dock, and St. John’s wort.
A combination of one herb from each category is a good disinfectant for anaerobic bacteria and is soothing to epithelial cells. The mixture will also cut down on bleeding and slow the scarring process. It will speed up the healing time and can be used anywhere a salve is needed to coat and protect.

All of the herbal products mentioned are available at most health food stores or by mail order herb businesses .

All of the hardware can be found at your local pharmacy.

First Aid Kit Herbs

If you are making your own extracts, start with either fresh or whole plants and cut to near powder yourself. The herb will be more potent. If you are buying your extracts and bulk herbs, look to see that they are either organically grown or ethically wild harvested, which means they were gathered in a conservative, sustainable manner that does no harm to the full survival of the plant species. If this is not written on the label ask your retailer to provide you with documentation as this information should always be available to the customer. Be sure to include dosage information on the bottles as well as in the instruction booklet, which can be nothing more than 3×5 cards that you can cover with see-through packing tape to waterproof and keep clean. The actual kit can be made out of many different things: a cigar box, a gutted cassette case, or something you make out of durable canvas material with a Velcro closure. Keep your first aid kit compact and organized with dividers or see-through nylon mesh so everything can be found quickly. I’m working on ideas, someday I may post mine

Using herbal remedies

Either those you prepare yourself or ones that are made by environmentally responsible companies — is self-empowering. And it’s rewarding to know you had a hand in the healing process.

Disclaimer: We are not responsible for any adverse reactions to any recipes displayed on this website proceed at your own risk.

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Law of the land

Law of the land

Law of the Land as it is forever

 “Tis the Old Law and the most important of all laws, that no one may do anything which will endanger any of the craft, or bring them into contact with the law of the land or any persecutors.
In any dispute between Brethren, no one may invoke any laws but those of the craft.
Or any tribunal but that of the Priestess, Priest and Elders.

Discussion of Witchcraft

 It is not forbidden to say as Christians do, “There be witchcraft in the land,” because our oppressors of old make it a heresy not to believe in witchcraft and so a crime to deny it which thereby puts you under suspicion.
But ever say, “I know not of it here, perchance there may be but afar off, I know not where.”
But ever speak of them as old crones, consorting with the devil and riding through the air.
And ever say, “But how may many ride the air if they be not as light as thistledown.”
But the curse of the Goddess be on any who cast suspicion on any of the Brotherhood.

Or who speak of any real meeting-place or where they bide.

Wort cunning

 Let the craft keep books with the names of all herbs which are good, and all cures so all may learn.
  But keep another book with all the Bales and Apies and let only the Elders and other trustworthy people have this knowledge. So be it ordained.
  And may the blessings of the gods be on all who keep these Laws, and the curses of both the God and the Goddess be on all who break them.

Use of the Art

 Remember the art is the secret of the gods and may only be used in earnest and never for show or vainglory.
Magicians and Christians may taunt us saying, “You have no power, show us your power. Do magic before our eyes, then only will we believe,” seeking to cause us to betray the art before them.
Heed them not, for the art is holy and may only be used in need, and the curse of the gods be on any who break this Law.

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Ritual Bath

Ritual Bath

You do not have to be preparing for a ritual to take a ritual bath.

You do not even have to be associated with any Earth based religion either, for a ritual bath is a great way of unwinding at the end of your busy day and can be enjoyed by any one from any walk of life.

I as a wiccan do take a ritual bath before my rituals, sabbats, and just when I feel like treating myself. If I have a tiresome day ahead I can plan my bath in my mind while carrying out my daily chores something to look forward to of my own making creating the atmosphere I desire when the time for my ritual bath arrives.

Many in the craft feel that the process of a ritual bath is to basically wash away all the negative energy that we have collected during our daily routine more of a spiritual event is seen in the bathing, but never should we pull the plug out of the used bath water until we are out and dried with our towel then and only then should we pull the plug out and let the water flow away with all the negative energy.

Myself and others I know have their very own ritual bath robes that only come out of the airing cupboard for the soul purpose of the ritual bath, I have seen special slippers, bath caps robes, towels, candles, incense, lotions, bubble bath, herbal shampoos, herbal bath salts all are tools or props to make our ritual bath a special occasion and why not we are worth it. You can allocate a special night just for yourself when your home is quiet, pick a time to take your ritual bath and also allocate just what time you will spend in your ritual bath. A good idea I use is to take my kitchen timer into the bathroom and sit it set to the bath time I require on the toilet cistern with toilet lid down lol, I forgot once and had to fish the timer out of the loo when it went off the vibration had made it move along the top of the cistern and drop in.

You can play music on your battery appliance NO MAINS VOLTAGE ALLOWED IN THE BATHROOM. The preparation of your ritual bath can be fun you can make it as elaborate or simple as you require for after all it is your bath your time and your energy.

Ok say I’m going to take my ritual bath just before one of my craft workings I will prepare the bath room in the following manner: my robe will be laid out in the bathroom with slippers and towel, candles are then placed each side of the bath taps and the bath water is slowly run after the plug is put in. I will then light my incense after which I will light one tea light candle and carefully move the candle deosil over the running water saying my own personal ritual words after which I will place the tea light candle down and move my hand in a deosil manner slowly through the smoke of the incense, now I place my kitchen timer in place and when the bath is to the leave I require the taps are turned off.

I now sprinkle a touch of salt of my choice into the water, this can be sea salt, or Epson salt. I sprinkle it into the bath in a deosil motion saying my magical words as I go. Depending on the type of ritual I will be performing I will pick my bath oil accordingly, I have a good stock of ready mixed oils, herbs, tinctures and salts to choose from many I have made myself which can be fun, but they can always be purchased from your local new age store, even choosing your bath treats can be fun. I would say that a ritual bath is a rite in its self and before getting into the bath I set my kitchen timer and give a few words of thanks to the elements that be then switching the light off continue with my ritual bath.

p.s. don’t forget to put the lid down on the loo lol.

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Write your own spells

Write your own spells

I would encourage anyone to write their own spells to give that personal magic needed for spell casting

Ok you can use others spells or buy spells from the internet etc. but to create your own is magik if done correctly.

I would say from my own experience that by writing my own spell/s I have created the most powerful spells I have encountered to date as they contain my own personal feelings, are composed at the time I wish, in the safety of the cast circle and at the right time of the month for me.

When considering writing a spell be creative and don’t expect the words to simply flow from your writing tool.

There is an art to writing your own spells, an art that will induce power, magic and beauty into your life.
By all means have a look at other spells and how they are constructed there are plenty to view on the internet or books from the book store. I will share my knowledge of spell workings with you but do remember we all have our own way of writing spells.

 I have always placed new written spells into my book of shadows, the time, date, moon phase, and allowed 21 to 27 days for the spell to manifest. I always compose my spells when the moon is waxing for this is a time of positive magic that works for me, I am protected from harm while composing my new spell/s in the cast circle at the altar where I have my white spirit candle lit and all I need with me at the time of writing, note paper, pencil, pen, book of shadows, crystals and the item related to the new spell with me (material components) if I am writing a spell to the Goddess I place a candle near my note paper, if I am writing a spell for earth I will take an handful of earth into the circle with me and discard it back outside once the spell is cast, this is just my way and may be an idea for you.

Firstly I consider just what it is I am composing my spell for.

It could be for: a better understanding of new gadgets, a healthy future, for others around me, as long as I am clear in my writing of the spell it will be more powerful. I then proceed to pick the items relevant for the particular spell, if it is to be a health related spell I will choose herbs, other spells candles, others crystals and so on. I like to write in rhyme when composing a new spell using key words (hypnotic) beginning in S and containing a Z and I do always consider very carefully what I wish for as what we send out comes back in other ways and my intention is to harm no one. I like to call on the gods for assistance when writing for the emotional side of the spell and the spirit of which it is intended to manifest, I’m not saying that my home made spell will work first time for in the past I have had several attempts at the same spell, I have changed the content of the spell the time of month and still do to this day to get the stated spell to work, keep at it is my advice.

Visualization is the main aspect of spell casting for me to bring form to my spell/s.

I feel it brings reality from my workings after all the working of a spell is a magical act intended to cause an effect on our daily lives and that of others, I always memorize a new spell before casting it, I carve my intentions into the candle I have chosen for the particular spell, (the colour of the candle is important) I have incense burning all these issues help to create the positive aspects I need to create a spell and when I have completed my spell on paper and memorized it then I crumple the paper up tightly chanting as I go and throw it into my metal cauldron which is already a light saying the following words:

“spell be strong, spell be good, spell do work, spell be gone”

Use your own words to suit the occasion and when the paper has finished burning my spell is cast. After composing my new spell and casting it I always have my cooling down time a time to gather my thoughts and relax.
You can make your spell casting as elaborate as you wish, take your time to compose and above all be true in what you wish for and harm none. Remember to clean up after you so as when you return to the place of the spell again you have a fresh start.

Happy spell casting.

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