Casting Instructions for 'Lucky charm of Jupiter'
This is to be made and consecrated on the hour of Jupiter on either the waxing or full moon.
Start by cutting two identical squares of green paper and sellotape or glue three sides so that you make a little square pouch.
Next draw the astrological sign of Jupiter on both sides before putting in one star anise (Broken up) and one teaspoon of mint. Seal the open end with glue or sellotape.
Finally, consecrate your charm to activate it. There are many ways to do this. My preferred method is to cast a circle, call in the elements and ask each element to charge the charm.
So, first set up your altar and cast your circle. Put your element representations at each corner and the way I do it is I start by holding the charm up to sky and imagine the moon and Jupiter shining down on it (remember to think of the intention of luck).
I then, starting with North (Earth), hold my charm over the representation, ask the element to charge and consecrate my charm of [desired property], imagining the elemental energy flowing into my charm. I do this with all of the elements, going round in a clockwise direction.
Then to finish off, I then hold my charm to the sky again to allow spirit, God/Goddess, the moon and Jupiter to charge it, focussing on my intention of luck.
Now just close your circle, tidy up and your finished.
Also if you have another method of consecration, then that's fine it's whatever works for you but this just to give you an idea of how I would go about doing it.
Anyway, thank you for reading and good luck :).
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