A Ritual To Find Your Spirit Guides

A Ritual To Find Your Spirit Guides

Items Needed For The Spirit Guides Ritual

Altar Candle
Day Candle (Monday-white, Tuesday-red, Wednesday-purple, Thursday-blue, Friday-green, Saturday-black, Sunday-yellow)
Offertory Candles – 3 Violet Candles
3 White Candles

Athame to inscribe candles
Crystal ball or clear glass of water

anise, cardamom, and coriander.

jasmine, lemon, rose and sandalwood


Best done during the Mercury hour of the day, although any hour should work. Any moon phase is appropriate.


Breathe deeply and build a ball of protective light around you. While soaking in your ritual bath, meditate on the whole ritual: the steps you will take and what you wish to say to your spirit guide when you make contact.

Ritual To Find Your Spirit Guides

Enter the circle in the Hour of Mercury. Light the incense. With the oil, dress the Altar Candle and the Day candle while concentrating on the purpose of the ritual. Light your Altar Candle and Day Candle and state your intent:

I am here to make contact with my Spirit Guides, and to acknowledge him or her.

With your Athame, inscribe Violet Candle 1 with the word “Spirit.” Dress it with oil. Light the Violet Candle 1, direct your energies into it and

Here do I light the first Lamp of Spirit.
May its light reach out across the barriers from this world to the next. May it make contact with that World of Spirit into which we will eventually enter.

Take your censer or incense wand and swing it around, sensing the whole area around the altar while rhythmically repeating the word “Merge” and building up energy to focus. Replace the censer and pick up Violet Candle 2.

Inscribe it with the word “Spirit” and dress it with oil. Put it back on the altar, light it and say:

Here do I light the second Lamp of Spirit.
May its light also reach out across the barriers from this world to the next? May it make contact with that World of Spirit and help spread the light, illuminating the passageway between our worlds.

Again take the censer or incense wand and sense the entire area around while chanting the word “Merge.” Build up your energy to focus.

Take Violet Candle 3, inscribe it with the word “Spirit,” dress it with oil, charge with your energy, light it and

Here do I light the third Lamp of Spirit.
May the light from these three lamps blend and grow, dispelling all darkness and lighting the way that my Spirit Guide may come to me and speak with me here today.

Inscribe the three white candles with the word “Truth” and anoint each candle with oil. Light the three candles in the order of 1, 2, 3, and say:

Here do I build Truth.

As these candles burn throughout this ritual, their power generating nothing but truth in all that transpires between this world and the next. Through these candles there is truth in all communications that come to me. Again cense the altar area while chanting “Merge.” Replace the censer and continue chanting. Sit comfortably while chanting, and gaze into the crystal ball, or the clear glass of water. Continue chanting until you feel it is right to let the chant taper off. Continue to quietly look into the crystal ball or glass not trying to picture anything. Keep your mind blank, so whatever comes will appear and will come in its own free will. Gaze into the centre of the crystal, there is no need to try not to blink. Look into the crystal and blink naturally. Try not to notice anything in your peripheral vision, just the centre of the crystal. Eventually a face or figure will appear. This may take a long time, or it may appear almost immediately. If it doesn’t come at all within approximately 20 minutes, abandon this attempt, extinguish the candles in the order in which they were lit, leave the altar set up, and try this ritual again in three days.

You should have results within a month at most.

When a figure does appear, ask if he/she is one of your Spirit Guides. You will hear an answer, you may not hear it out loud, or even see the figures lips move, but you will be aware of the answer. This is how most conversations will proceed. You will ask your questions mentally (or out loud) and the answer will be clear inside your mind. Ask if you have more than one Spirit Guide. If yes, ask them to appear also. You may ask anything you wish to know, but it is better to establish a connection first where your Spirit Guide may appear to you at any time, or at specific times, so that you can converse with any other spirits through him/her. When you have finished speaking with your guide, thank him/her and then sit for a moment with your eyes closed, meditating on all that you have learned. Extinguish the candles in reverse order to clear the circle.

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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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Magickal Days

Magickal Days

Magickal Days as they are known


Magickal Intentions: Growth, Advancements, Enlightenment, Rational Thought, Exorcism, Healing, Prosperity, Hope, Exorcism, Money
Incense: Lemon, Frankincense.
Planet: Sun.
Sign: Leo.
Angel: Michael.
Colours: Gold, Yellow, Orange and White.
Herbs/Plants: Marigold, Heliotrope, Sunflower, Buttercup, Cedar, Beech, Oak
Stones: Carnelian, Citrine, Tiger’s Eye, Amber, Clear Quartz and Red Agate
Oil: (Sun) Cedar, Frankincense, Neroli, Rosemary.
The first day of the week is ruled by the Sun. It is an excellent time to work efforts involving business partnerships, work promotions, business ventures, and professional success. Spells where friendships, mental or physical health, or bringing joy back into life are an issue work well on this day, too.


Magickal Intentions: Psychic Sensitivity, Women’s Mysteries, Tides, Waters, Emotional Issues, Agriculture, Animals, Female Fertility, Messages, Theft, Reconciliations, Voyages, Dreams and Merchandise.
Incense: African Violet, Honeysuckle, Myrtle, Willow, Wormwood.
Planet: Moon.
Sign: Cancer.
Angel: Gabriel.
Colours: Silver, White and Gray.
Herbs/Plants: Night Flowers, Willow Root, Orris Root, Birch, Motherwort, Vervain, White Rose and White Iris.
Stones: Carnelian, Moonstone, Aquamarine, Pearl, Clear Quartz, Flourite, Geodes
Oil: (Moon) Jasmine, Lemon, Sandalwood.
Monday belongs to the Moon. Monday’s energy best aligns itself with efforts that deal with women, home and hearth, the family, the garden, travel, and medicine. It also boosts rituals involving psychic development and prophetic dreaming.


Magickal Intentions: Courage, Physical Strength, Revenge, Military Honours, Surgery and the Breaking of Negative Spells, Matrimony, War, Enemies, Prison, Vitality and Assertiveness.
Incense: Dragon’s Blood, Patchouli.
Planet: Mars.
Sign: Aries and Scorpio.
Angel: Samuel.
Colours: Red and Orange.
Herbs/Plants:Red Rose, Cock’s Comb, Pine, Daisy, Thyme and Pepper.
Stones: Carnelian, Bloodstone, Ruby, Garnet and Pink Tourmaline
Oil: (Mars) Basil, Coriander, Ginger.
Mars rules Tuesday. The energies of this day best harmonize with efforts of masculine vibration, such as conflict, physical endurance and strength, lust, hunting, sports, and all types of competition. Use them, too, for rituals involving surgical procedures or political ventures.


Magickal Intentions: Communication, Divination, Writing, Knowledge, Business Transactions, Debt, Fear, Loss, Travel and Money Matters.
Incense: Jasmine, Lavender, Sweet Pea.
Planet: Mercury and Chiron (though this is a moon of Pluto).
Sign: Virgo.
Angel: Raphael.
Colours: Orange, Light Blue, Grey, Yellow and Violet.
Herbs/Plants: Fern, Lavender, Hazel, Cherry, Periwinkle.
Stones: Aventurine, Bloodstone, Hematite, Moss Agate and Sodalite
Oil: (Mercury) Benzoin, Clary Sage, Eucalytus and Lavender.
This day is governed by Mercury. Wednesday’s vibration adds power to rituals involving inspiration, communications, writers, poets, the written and spoken word, and all matters of study, learning, and teaching. This day also provides a good time to begin efforts involving self-improvement or understanding.


Magickal Intentions: Luck, Happiness, Health, Legal Matters, Male Fertility, Treasure and Wealth, Honour, Riches, Clothing Desires, Leadership, Public Activity, Power and Success Incense: Cinnamon, Must, Nutmeg and Sage.
Planet: Jupiter.
Sign: Sagittarius and Pisces.
Angel: Sachiel.
Colours: Purple, Royal Blue and Indigo.
Herbs/Plants: Cinnamon, Beech, Buttercup, Coltsfoot, Oak.
Stones: Sugilite, Amethyst, Turquoise, Lapis Lazuli and Sapphire.
Oil: (Jupiter) Clove, Lemon Balm, Oak moss, Star Anise.
Jupiter presides over Thursday. The vibrations of this day attune well to all matters involving material gain. Use them for working rituals that entail general success, accomplishment, honours and awards, or legal issues. These energies are also helpful in matters of luck, gambling, and prosperity.


Magickal Intentions: Love, Romance, Marriage, Sexual Matters, Physical Beauty, Friendship and Partnerships, Strangers and Heart.
Incense: Strawberry, Sandalwood, Rose, Saffron and Vanilla.
Planet: Venus.
Sign: Libra and Taurus.
Angel: Ariel.
Colours: Green, Pink, Aqua.
Herbs/Plants: Pink Rose, Ivy, Birch, Heather, Clematis, Sage, Violet and Water Lilly .Stones: Rose Quartz, Moonstone, Pink Tourmaline, Peridot, Emerald and Jade.
Oil: (Venus) Cardamom, Palmrosa, Rose, Yarrow.
Friday belongs to Venus, and its energies are warm, sensuous, and fulfilling. Efforts that involve any type of pleasure comfort, and luxury, as well as the arts, music, or aroma (incense and perfume) works well on this day. As Venus lends its sensuous influences to the energies of this day, use it for any magical work that deals with matters of the heart.


Magickal Intentions: Spirit Communications, Meditation, Psychic Attack or Defence, Locating Lost Things and Missing Persons, Building, Life, Doctrine, Protection, Knowledge, Authority, Limitations, Boundaries, Time and Death
Incense: Black Poppy Seed and Myrrh.
Planet: Saturn. magickal days
Sign: Capricorn and Aquarius.
Angel: Cassiel.
Colours: Black, Grey and Indigo.
Herbs/Plants: Myrrh, Moss, Hemlock, Wolfs bane, Coltsfoot, Nightshade and Fir.
Stones: Jet, Smokey Quartz, Amethyst, Black Onyx, Snowflake Obsidian, Lava, Pumice.
Oil: (Saturn) Cypress, Mimosa, Myrrh, Patchouly.
Saturn lends its energies to the last day of the week. Because Saturn is the planet of karma, this day is an excellent time for spell work involving reincarnation, karmic lessons, the Mysteries, wisdom, and long-term projects. It is also a good time to being efforts that deal with the elderly, death, or the eradication of pests and disease.

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Anthame Association

Anthame Association

Anthame Association is classed by many in the craft as a  masculine principle and with the element of fire while the wand is associated with air

Other traditions may reverse these elemental associations, and use the athame to represent air and the wand to represent fire.

Fire and water are considered to be polar opposite elements, classically and in alchemy and traditional magical practice.

They are sometimes considered to be the two primordial elements, the combination of which gave rise to the other two elements of earth and air.
Fire and water are also the elements most associated with Sun and Moon, and thus the Horned God and the Goddess within Wicca.
For this reason, covens that associate the athame with air (and the wand with fire) may decide to use the wand to bless the wine chalice, instead of using the athame.
A union of air and water does not carry the same symbolic significance of the “conjunctio oppositorum” (union of opposites) that the union of fire and water does.

Also, covens that regard the athame as air and the wand as fire may choose to cast the ritual circle with the wand or staff, instead of the sword or athame, if they conceive of this casting in the traditional way, as a casting of etheric fire via a projection of psychic energy.
If they conceive of the circle casting as cutting a line in the air with the tool of air, then they may choose to purify the circle with the remaining three elements of fire, water, and earth; this would involve using a candle to purify the circle, and omitting the incense, since the circle has already been imbued with the element of air.

The athame is the most important ritual tool in Wicca, and like other ritual tools it is generally purified and consecrated to the Gods before being used for ritual and magical purposes.

There are various ways of accomplishing ritual purification and consecration, depending on the specific tradition of Wicca being followed, and also whether the individual Wiccan is practicing with a coven or as a solitary witch.

One common way to do this is by using the four magical elements of fire (candle), air (incense), water and salt; and perhaps anointing the blade with an oil infused with magical herbs.
Touching another person’s athame without permission is considered a ritual faux pas in almost all traditions of Wicca.
It is an intrusion of the owner’s personal space; and more importantly, it is an act that violates the magical bond between the athame and its owner. Some witches will go to great lengths to ritually purify, reconsecrate, and rededicate an athame after it has been touched by another person.

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Invocation Horned One

Invocation Horned One

Invocation Horned One

The Horned God is one of the two primary deities found in Wicca and some related forms of Neopaganism. Below are workings related to him.

Eko; Eko Azarak! Eko; Eko Zomelak!
Eko; Eko Cernunnos! Eko; Eko; Arada!
Bagabi lacha bachabe;
Lamac cahi achababa,
Lamac Lamac Bachalyas;
Cabahagy Sabalyas,
Lagoz atha Cabyolas;
Samahac atha femyolas,

Return to the east, and facing west across the altar, gather up the three pieces of twine and consecrate them with incense and wine in the name of the Horned One. Then knot the ends of the twine and braid them together, binding the hair into the plait as you do. Summon up the image of your victim in your mind’s eye as you do this, repeating this quaint jingle over and over:

Lord Cernunnos I ask of thee,
let [name] no pleasure, sleep, nor solace see,
till heart and loins be turned to me!

When the cord is woven, tie the free twine ends together forcefully with the words:
As my will, so mote it be!

No triple cross of sealing is necessary here since the tying action is forceful enough on its own.

Fasten the finished cord around the upper part of your thigh if you are a woman or around the genital organs themselves if you are a man, tight enough not to slip, but not so tight as to restrict the circulation of the blood. This would only be self-defeating. Wear this cord, or cingulum as we call it, for twenty-eight days, removing it only for showers or bathing.

Should no appreciable result have occurred by this time, you up the ante, so to speak, and set the seal on the magic by performing this final part of the spell:

Prepare your place of working with a large floor triangle again and with the usual arrangements of lamps, incense, and pinecones on the altar, making quite sure that the thurible contains a good quantity of glowing charcoals. The chalice should be back again in the triangle, this time containing a few drops of olive oil, red wine, honey, and your own blood or urine.

Then invoke Cernunnos at all four quarters as previously. Remove the cord and tie nine knots along it, beginning with one at either end and working in pairs towards the centre, where you should place the final one. As you do this, repeat your charm with each knot:

Lord Cernunnos I ask of thee,
let [name] no pleasure, sleep, nor solace see,
till heart and loins be turned to me!
Finish on the last knot with “As my will, so mote it be!”

Having done this, dip the cord briefly in the chalice so that it picks up a few drops of the liquid, then cast it, together with a few grains of your incense, onto the thurible coals, repeating these words with all the intense conviction, not to say lust, you can manage:

Ure Spiritus Igne
Renes nostros et cor nostrum
Fiat, Fiat, Fiat!

The second half of the process reinforces the subtle effect of the first on the victim’s deep mind, and gives it a sharp reminder of what all the nudging has been about.

Incidentally, some malicious witches who take a delight, indeed pride themselves on such matters, perform the Love Knot in reverse on pairs of lovers or married couples. This operation is known in the craft by the interesting French name Denoument des noeuds, or “losing the marriage knots.” It has been practised through the centuries, and sixteenth-century theologians such as Del Rio, De Lancre, and Bodin spoke frequently of it in their writings. It was one of the prevalent witch practices which fanned the flames of hysteria in the public mind almost more than anything else leading to popular endorsement of the great witch persecutions of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

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