you Reap what you sow. you can sow your money by Throwing a small a amount of it on the ground.let someone find it. you will get more back then what put in. Just think when you do it you will Reap more money then what u put in. It's best to put it in a plant container of some sort.
Re: Money spell
By: Nekoshema / Novice Feb 27, 2015
Post # 2
I think you mean 'find a penny pick it up' some people believe if the penny is face up you need to give it away or you will loose money. If I were you I wouldn't be throwing 100$ bills on the ground hoping to find 200$, I would take that 100$ and open a savings account so it could grow however slowly. If I'm in the mood for giving away money I'll donate to a food bank or World Wildlife instead.
There are attraction spells for money that involve actual money. I have a wealth jar spell that you need to throw 9 pennies, 9 nickels, 9 dimes, 9 quarters, and 9 loonies [or pounds or dollar bills] into a jar with some other items [all in nines] and keep it in the north corner of your house to attract money. Even then you still have the money if needed desperately.
Re: Money spell
By: Lark Moderator / Knowledgeable Feb 27, 2015
Post # 3
One of the simplest attract money spells that I know of can be done if you see a coin on the ground. Step on the coin and say "Money on the floor, money in my door". Then pick up the coin and place it in a jar or on your altar to let it attract more money to you.
I have used money spells and had success but it seems to me that throwing money on the ground probably is for the rich to try. I can see investing money in land(the ground) and expecting to get money back by prospering from it. Is it possible that investment is what is truly meant in these types of spells?
I know that coins are used as offerings to deities by planting them at the base of sacred trees, sage and other plants before harvesting from them to ensure prosperity.
The challenge with money spells is that they can be so temporary because I spend what I get. One time I cast an old spell and caught a big fish. Fish were once used as a medium of exchange.