23 Spiritual Spells from Eclipse

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23 Spiritual Spells from Eclipse

Included in this list of 23 Spiritual Spells
  1. Hysteric's Money Charm Spell
  2. Othala's Ju Ju Powder
  3. Shamanic Spell/Ritual of Protection
  4. The Witch's Ladder
  5. Strega Herb Jar
  6. Wyrd Sisters Banishing Ritual
  7. The Witch's Ladder
  8. Prayer of the Native Americans
  9. Strega Herb Jar
  10. Wyrd Sisters Banishing Ritual
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#1 - Hysteric's Money Charm Spell

A simple money spell using a dollar bill of any amount that you enchant to make a charm that brings money to you.
You may need:

  • A dollar bill of any amount that feels right and comfortable to you.
  • Patchouli Essential Oil
  • Intention
  • Will
  • Desire
  • A wallet, purse, or somewhere to store the charm on you at all times.
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    You may need:

  • A dollar bill of any amount that feels right and comfortable to you.
  • Patchouli Essential Oil
  • Intention
  • Will
  • Desire
  • A wallet, purse, or somewhere to store the charm on you at all times.
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    Anoint the dollar with Patchouli essential oil, Visualize Green, Gold, or any money or wealth-related energy spreading throughout the dollar. Next, just hold the dollar in you hands, close your eyes, and just focus all of your will, desire, and intent on the dollar. Visualize money coming to you.

    Once you've spent some time and really feel that your intent and energy has seeped into the dollar, fold it into a small square or rectangle, each time you press a crease, press the energy into the dollar, locking it in. Lastly, place the ''charm'' into a safe place in your wallet or wherever you money is stored. *Note* You can make this

    This spell was created and contributed by HystericSoul



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    #2 - Othala's Ju Ju Powder

    This is a multi-purpose ju ju powder for a variety of uses inclduing protection, banishing negativity, for cleansing, balance, and love etc.
    You may need:

  • Mortar and Pestle (Alternatively a Coffee Grinder)
  • Small Tongs or Spoon
  • A sharp Knife
  • A Bowl of any size
  • A small velvet sachet/bag or small tin (for storing the finished powder)
  • Angelica Root
  • Anise Seed
  • Chamomile
  • Red Cloves
  • Fennel
  • Fenugreek seed
  • Jasmine Flower
  • Lavender
  • Life Everlasting
  • Lotus Leaf
  • Meadowsweet
  • Peony Root
  • Star Anise
  • Optionally add any special ingredients you want to add
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    You may need:

  • Mortar and Pestle (Alternatively a Coffee Grinder)
  • Small Tongs or Spoon
  • A sharp Knife
  • A Bowl of any size
  • A small velvet sachet/bag or small tin (for storing the finished powder)
  • Angelica Root
  • Anise Seed
  • Chamomile
  • Red Cloves
  • Fennel
  • Fenugreek seed
  • Jasmine Flower
  • Lavender
  • Life Everlasting
  • Lotus Leaf
  • Meadowsweet
  • Peony Root
  • Star Anise
  • Optionally add any special ingredients you want to add
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    What you want to do is simply take each herb/root and grind it down into the finest possible powder as you can. You can either do this one of two ways you can quickly and easily do this by using a coffee grinder one that is solely used for grinding herbs; or you can do it the old fashioned but harder way and grind the herbs/roots using a mortar and pestle. To be honest as much as I like the ease and convenience of a coffee grinder I think that using the mortar and pestle the old fashioned way adds to the power, magic, and effort into the Ju Ju powder as you are working so much harder to achieve the desired result especially after putting your sweat, blood, and tears into your work.

    The amount you use for each herb/root does not matter specifically and depends entirely on how much of the finished and blended powder you want. After you grind each herb into a fine powder store it temporarily in the bowl, each time you add the grounded powder of an herb/root to the bowl you should take the tongs or spoon and mix the powder together to blend it. Keep doing this for each herb/root until you have finished with all of the ingredients.

    Once you have finished grinding all the herbs/roots and have blended them all together in the bowl you are then going to want to take the sharp knife and prick your finger or palm so that you draw blood. You are then going to want to let several drops of your blood spill into the blended Ju Ju powder. As soon as you do so or while doing so chant this spell:

    "By the spirits of old, those who have wrought wisdom and understanding;

    By the blessed Creator and all of her love, grace, and magic;

    By my sacred and divine gifts that have been so generously lent to me;

    I call forth the powers of the cosmos, chaos, and creation;

    Bless unto me now and into this powder the power to achieve my goals and banish my enemies;

    Whether it be protection, purification, finding balance, seeking love or wisdom, and banishing negativity;

    Let it be done by my will and my might, let is be sent through both darkness and light;

    So shall it be in the keep of the heavens above;

    So shall it be below in the realms beyond laughter and love."

    Now that you have finished making the Ju Ju powder and you have enchanted it with a spell, mix and blend the powder well once again now that you have added your blood and essence into the powder, let it dry and then store in the velvet sachet/bag or small tin. Keep the powder with you always and use it for what ever you need, practically there is an endless amount of ways the powder can be used. I use it primarily in several ways one being that when the need arises I take a small pinch of the Ju Ju powder and sprinkle it over a candle flame for whatever purpose I need, or I toss a pinch of the powder in front and back of me to protect the path that I walk and keep me from harm. When I seem to be in a negative situation a take a pinch of the powder and sprinkle or toss it at the source of the negativity (yes even at people if need be). I also use the powder when casting a circle, and sprinkle it around me and my sacred space; and I also use it for other spells and during ritual/ceremony as well.

    I hope the powder serves you well and helps you in whatever need you have.



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    #3 - Shamanic Spell/Ritual of Protection

    This can either be done ritually or quickly as a spell if the need arises.
    You may need:

  • None of these items are necessary unless performing this ritually.
  • A candle, the color only matters if you consider it to matter. The candle represents fire and the mountain.
  • A bowl of water, from a fresh and natural source although bottled water is fine. This represents the sea.
  • A feather, wand, or stang. This represents air and the sky.
  • A stone, rock, or piece of natural metal. This represents earth.
  • A drum or something that can be used as a drum.
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    You may need:

  • None of these items are necessary unless performing this ritually.
  • A candle, the color only matters if you consider it to matter. The candle represents fire and the mountain.
  • A bowl of water, from a fresh and natural source although bottled water is fine. This represents the sea.
  • A feather, wand, or stang. This represents air and the sky.
  • A stone, rock, or piece of natural metal. This represents earth.
  • A drum or something that can be used as a drum.
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    Cast your circle if you feel it to be necessary, or simply thether your energy to the earth and start channeling natural energies. At this point you can call the quarters, invoke or evoke any spirits, being, etc. for aid or assitance.

    Make this ritual/spell your own, do what you like to do when casting make it feel right for you.

    If you are performing this working ritually, place the item's listed in a circular fashin in accordance with the quaters. Feather for east, candle, for south, water, for west, and so on. Light the candle and stand in the center of the circle and start beating your drum in a trance like beat. Aftter several minutes of beating the drum start reciting the incantation below.

    If you are casting this spell for urgent use, the items and ritual steps are necessary, you can just begin reciting the spell.

    Recite this incantation:

    "Above is the sky that I hold, and below is the earth that I mold,

    Within the mountain the fire burns, beneath the surface the water churns,

    I seek sanctuary from that which holds me wrong

    Thus I plea and sing the Creator's song

    As my drums beat transcends the heavens through the sky

    My feet stomp and shake the earth and send my cry

    My spirit dances pure and strong, and the Creator's light pierces the veil

    You shall not bear me harm, and my faith and love will not fail

    Be gone now this day never to return, in the name of the old one

    By air and sky, and sea, by fire let my spirit be free and done."

    Once done let the candle burn out and then bury it, pour the water over the buried candle.



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    #4 - The Witch's Ladder

    A 'Witch's Ladder' is a multi-purpose tool in witchcraft. It can be used for wishing, money, healing, breaking bad habits, protection, and more.
    You may need:

  • Thread/Rope/Yarn/String
  • Trinkets or Charms of your choice
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    You may need:

  • Thread/Rope/Yarn/String
  • Trinkets or Charms of your choice
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    A 'witch's ladder' is a form of knot magic that originates from many years ago. The first known witch's ladder to record was found in an old house in Somerset, England, among six brooms. This was in the year 1878.

    The ladder is composed out of three pieces string, yarn, wool or rope, however when used in cursing especially, some like to weave hair into the ladder. Trinkets such as charms, feathers, beads, bones are braided into the ladder.

    Nowadays, the witch's ladder is primarily used for binding, healing, cursing, protection, wish spells and healing. It was believed that witches of old cast a death spell over a person by tying the knots and then hiding the cord, and the only way to undo the spell was to find the hidden cord and untie each knot.

    Of course, the witch's ladder is not limited to those uses. It is said variation in the colour of the string/yarn/etc used represents a different use for the ladder. Some common ones are:

    Green for money,
    Red for passion,
    White for creativity,
    Black to stop bad habits,
    Brown for balance,
    Yellow for happiness,
    Orange for health,
    Blue for peace,
    Purple for wisdom.

    Frequently when I am travelling, I carry my own ladder with me as they are said to encourage safe travel.

    Although ladders are often created for as part of a particular spell, in other cases, the knots or beads are used to attain track of repetition in a spell or incantation, somewhat alike to Rosary beads.

    Incantations are spoken during the creation process to empower the talisman to do its creator's bidding. According to an article, The Witches' Ladder, an example of a witch's ladder chant and knot placement is as follows:

    According to the article, ''At the tying of the last knot, all the energy is directed into the cord and its knots, with a final visualization of the object of the work. The power has been raised and is now 'stored' in these knots in the cord.''

    Often the number of knots represent a specific intent. For example, seven is said to represent safety and security. If one wanted to have a witch's ladder specifically for the intention of such, seven knots would be tied into the ladder.

    Here is an example of an incantation used when creating a typical 9 knot ladder:

    By knot of one, my spell has begun.
    By knot of two, it will come true.
    By knot of three, so mote it be.
    By knot of four, this power I store.
    By knot of five, my spell is alive.
    By knot of six, the spell I fix.
    By knot of seven, events I'll leaven.
    By knot of eight, it will be fate.
    By knot of nine, what is done is mine.

    The power has been raised and is now 'stored' in these knots, beads, feathers and in the cord.

    You can tie the ends of the ladder together and use it as a necklace for protection on your person or hang it somewhere close to where it is needed such as your bed head or chair.

    If you want to use it for healing you untie and release the items in the knots like this:

    You must release the knots one at a time, one a day, for nine consecutive days. Release them in the same order in which they were tied. As the knots are released the energy that was put into them releases and is used for the purpose that the ladder was made for. You can either bury the beads etc or keep them in a safe place


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    #5 - Strega Herb Jar

    A strega herb jar is a jar, with herbs inside, designed to provide protection for you and your home (or those who live in it.)
    You may need:

  • Rue
  • Cork
  • Thyme
  • Hyssop
  • Vervain
  • Coriander
  • Woodruff
  • Pennyroyal
  • Bay Leaves
  • Glass Jar
  • Gemstone (optional)
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    You may need:

  • Rue
  • Cork
  • Thyme
  • Hyssop
  • Vervain
  • Coriander
  • Woodruff
  • Pennyroyal
  • Bay Leaves
  • Glass Jar
  • Gemstone (optional)
  • Share   
         
    A 'Strega Herb Jar' is a jar of selected herbs designed to ensure protection over you, your home and those who take residence in it. Depending on the herbs selected, it can also look like an attractive form of ornament and can leave a nice scent.

    The Strega Herb Jar has been traced to Italy, as 'Strega' is Italian for 'witch.' Stregheria is a system of Witchcraft with Italian roots, and the term itself is an archaic word in the Italian language that translates into the English word Witchcraft.

    Now, place a small amount of each herb into the jar (you may wish to do so in layers for more ornamental effect). Once you have filled the jar with herbs up to the top, you may desire to add your gemstone of choice. Don't fret if you do not wish to add a gemstone, this step is optional.

    Also, you may want to call upon a deity of your choice, and ask them for their attention and blessing. This can be done in the form of a simple prayer.

    Pop the cork in the top of the jar, sealing it. Before setting the jar down on a window or shelf of your choice, shake it slightly. From time to time, shake the jar and let the aroma of the cork remind you that you are protected.

    *You may use a substitute for any herb shown in the list, for another herb that is said to have protective or cleansing properties.

    *A Strega Herb Jar can also be used for the purpose of attracting good luck.


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    #6 - Wyrd Sisters Banishing Ritual

    This is a ritual which calls upon the Wyrd Sisters. The purpose of this spell is to deflect and banish negative energy.
    You may need:

  • Creek stones
  • An earthen bowl
  • Natural water
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    You may need:

  • Creek stones
  • An earthen bowl
  • Natural water
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    The 'Wyrd' sisters are similar to the Moirai in Greek mythology. The first sister represents the past; the second sister symbolizes the present; and the third sister being the future.

    The purpose of this ritual is to deflect negativity. Fill the bowl nearly full of creek stones, then fill the bowl with water, preferably from any natural form of water, or filtered water. The chant used here is:

    ''Bowl of reflection
    Stones of protection
    May the reason of my harm
    Feel the power of this charm.
    Sisters three come work for me
    Bowl detect
    Stones deflect
    And water reflect
    Peace and harmony now come to me.
    As I will, so mote it be.''

    Change the water once a week and renew the chant. Throw the old water on your doorstep. The Sisters of the Wyrd are incorporated here. The bowl stands for the first sister, she of the past; the stones for the second sister- the present; the third action, that of reflection, is the sister of the future, the third sister.


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    #7 - The Witch's Ladder

    A 'Witch's Ladder' is a multi-purpose tool in witchcraft. It can be used for wishing, money, healing, breaking bad habits, protection, and more.
    You may need:

  • Thread/Rope/Yarn
  • Trinkets of your choice
  • Share   
         
    You may need:

  • Thread/Rope/Yarn
  • Trinkets of your choice
  • Share   
         
    A 'witch's ladder' is a form of knot magic that originates from many years ago. The first known witch's ladder to record was found in an old house in Somerset, England, among six brooms. This was in the year 1878.

    The ladder is composed out of three pieces string, yarn, wool or rope, however when used in cursing especially, some like to weave hair into the ladder. Trinkets such as charms, feathers, beads, bones are braided into the ladder.

    Nowadays, the witch's ladder is primarily used for binding, healing, cursing, protection, wish spells and healing. It was believed that witches of old cast a death spell over a person by tying the knots and then hiding the cord, and the only way to undo the spell was to find the hidden cord and untie each knot.

    Of course, the witch's ladder is not limited to those uses. It is said variation in the colour of the string/yarn/etc used represents a different use for the ladder. Some common ones are:

    Green for money,
    Red for passion,
    White for creativity,
    Black to stop bad habits,
    Brown for balance,
    Yellow for happiness,
    Orange for health,
    Blue for peace,
    Purple for wisdom.

    Frequently when I am travelling, I carry my own ladder with me as they are said to encourage safe travel.

    Although ladders are often created for as part of a particular spell, in other cases, the knots or beads are used to attain track of repetition in a spell or incantation, somewhat alike to Rosary beads.

    Incantations are spoken during the creation process to empower the talisman to do its creator's bidding. According to an article, The Witches' Ladder, an example of a witch's ladder chant and knot placement is as follows:

    According to the article, ''At the tying of the last knot, all the energy is directed into the cord and its knots, with a final visualization of the object of the work. The power has been raised and is now 'stored' in these knots in the cord.''

    Often the number of knots represent a specific intent. For example, seven is said to represent safety and security. If one wanted to have a witch's ladder specifically for the intention of such, seven knots would be tied into the ladder.

    Here is an example of an incantation used when creating a typical 9 knot ladder:

    By knot of one, my spell has begun.
    By knot of two, it will come true.
    By knot of three, so mote it be.
    By knot of four, this power I store.
    By knot of five, my spell is alive.
    By knot of six, the spell I fix.
    By knot of seven, events I'll leaven.
    By knot of eight, it will be fate.
    By knot of nine, what is done is mine.

    The power has been raised and is now 'stored' in these knots, beads, feathers and in the cord.

    You can tie the ends of the ladder together and use it as a necklace for protection on your person or hang it somewhere close to where it is needed such as your bed head or chair.

    If you want to use it for healing you untie and release the items in the knots like this:

    You must release the knots one at a time, one a day, for nine consecutive days. Release them in the same order in which they were tied. As the knots are released the energy that was put into them releases and is used for the purpose that the ladder was made for. You can either bury the beads etc or keep them in a safe place.


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    #8 - Prayer of the Native Americans

    A prayer the Native Americans use to ask for the blessing of the Great Spirit when required.
    You may need:

  • None required.
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    You may need:

  • None required.
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    To the Native American belief, the Great Spirit was the creator, a supreme being, the all-encompassing mother. Among the Sioux tribe, the Great Spirit is often called the Wakan Tanka.

    This prayer is said to ask for her blessing.


    Chant the following:

    ''Oh Great Spirit,
    whose voice I hear in the winds,
    and whose breath gives life to all the world,
    hear me!

    I come before you, one of your children,
    I am small and weak.
    I seek your strength and wisdom.
    Let me walk in beauty and make my eyes ever
    behold the red and purple sunset.

    Make my hands respect the things you have made,
    my ears sharp to hear your voice.
    Make me wise, so that I may know the things
    you have taught my People,
    the lesson you have hidden in every leaf and rock.

    I seek strength not to be superior to my brothers,
    but to be able to fight my greatest enemy, myself.
    Make me ever ready to come to you,
    with clean hands and straight eyes,
    so when life fades as a fading sunset,
    my spirit may come to you without shame.''


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    #9 - Strega Herb Jar

    A strega herb jar is a jar, with herbs inside, designed to provide protection for you and your home (or those who live in it.)
    You may need:

  • Rue
  • Cork
  • Thyme
  • Hyssop
  • Vervain
  • Coriander
  • Woodruff
  • Pennyroyal
  • Bay Leaves
  • Glass Jar
  • Gemstone (optional)
  • Share   
         
    You may need:

  • Rue
  • Cork
  • Thyme
  • Hyssop
  • Vervain
  • Coriander
  • Woodruff
  • Pennyroyal
  • Bay Leaves
  • Glass Jar
  • Gemstone (optional)
  • Share   
         
    A 'Strega Herb Jar' is a jar of selected herbs designed to ensure protection over you, your home and those who take residence in it. Depending on the herbs selected, it can also look like an attractive form of ornament and can leave a nice scent.
    The Strega Herb Jar has been traced to Italy, as 'Strega' is Italian for 'witch.' Stregheria is a system of Witchcraft with Italian roots, and the term itself is an archaic word in the Italian language that translates into the English word Witchcraft.
    Now, place a small amount of each herb into the jar (you may wish to do so in layers for more ornamental effect). Once you have filled the jar with herbs up to the top, you may desire to add your gemstone of choice. Don't fret if you do not wish to add a gemstone, this step is optional.
    Also, you may want to call upon a deity of your choice, and ask them for their attention and blessing. This can be done in the form of a simple prayer.
    Pop the cork in the top of the jar, sealing it. Before setting the jar down on a window or shelf of your choice, shake it slightly. From time to time, shake the jar and let the aroma of the cork remind you that you are protected.
    *You may use a substitute for any herb shown in the list, for another herb that is said to have protective or cleansing properties.
    *A Strega Herb Jar can also be used for the purpose of attracting good luck.


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    Added to on Apr 07, 2012
    Last edited on Jul 17, 2019
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    #10 - Wyrd Sisters Banishing Ritual

    This is a ritual which calls upon the Wyrd Sisters. The purpose of this spell is to deflect and banish negative energy.
    You may need:

  • Creek stones
  • An earthen bowl
  • Natural water
  • Share   
         
    You may need:

  • Creek stones
  • An earthen bowl
  • Natural water
  • Share   
         
    The 'Wyrd' sisters are similar to the Moirai in Greek mythology. The first sister represents the past; the second sister symbolizes the present; and the third sister being the future.

    The purpose of this ritual is to deflect negativity. Fill the bowl nearly full of creek stones, then fill the bowl with water, preferably from any natural form of water, or filtered water. The chant used here is:

    ''Bowl of reflection
    Stones of protection
    May the reason of my harm
    Feel the power of this charm.
    Sisters three come work for me
    Bowl detect
    Stones deflect
    And water reflect
    Peace and harmony now come to me.
    As I will, so mote it be.''

    Change the water once a week and renew the chant. Throw the old water on your doorstep. The Sisters of the Wyrd are incorporated here. The bowl stands for the first sister, she of the past; the stones for the second sister- the present; the third action, that of reflection, is the sister of the future, the third sister.


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    Added to on Apr 04, 2012
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    23 Spiritual Spells from Eclipse
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