12 Luck Spells from Practical Witches

12 Luck Spells from Practical Witches

Included in this list of 12 Luck Spells
  1. Fire Scrying
  2. Herbal Correspondences
  3. Breaking Bad Luck
  4. Egg Bath for Peace
  5. Bones of Anger Revenge Hex
  6. Witch Candle White
  7. Blessing Oil
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#1 - Fire Scrying

Basic method for fire scrying
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    Find some place comfortable and begin to relax yourself, however method you prefer. Clear your mind, and focus on the question you wish to ask. Light your candle. Focus on the flame, focus on your question. Images should start to appear, such as: if you question is about school, you will see an image of a book. Some images will personally mean something to you, and you will know the answer.



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    #2 - Herbal Correspondences

    Some more Herbal Correspondences
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    Herb applies to a wide range of plants, including: grasses, trees, shrubs, weeds, roots, barks, and the flowers of any plant used for healing, magic spells and rituals, witchcraft, Wicca, or other purposes. Resins are concentrated, partially dehydrated derivatives of the liquid or sap of trees and plants and are commonly used in the same manner as herbs. Animal products like musk and ambergris are used similarly to resins and herbs, but primarily for their scents.

    Herbs and their by-products have been used for thousands of years by humans and other animals for healing. Even lower life forms are familiar with the benefits gained through the ingestion or application of certain plants. Likewise with the magical aspects of herbs, only this use is limited to humans. For thousands of years humans have used herbs and herbal concoctions for with the intent of altering their world.

    Herbs have many possible uses:

    -Charms and Sachets
    -Incense
    -Bath
    -Oils
    -Teas

    The correspondences listed here include each herb's botanical name, common name, ruling planet, dominant element, any associated deity, and its magical properties. This list is no way fully comprehensive. It is offered only as a basis for further research and as a CURIO for personal entertainment purposes ONLY.

    The first two lists are ''quick and dirty'' references. The table is a more comprehensive list of the various herbs and their correspondences.

    SUN: peony, sunflower, saffron, cinnamon, laurel

    MOON: hyssop, rosemary, moonflower, moonwort, garlic

    MARS: garlic, tobacco, wolfsbane

    MERCURY: fennel/finoccchio, mint, parsley

    JUPITER: basil, mint, henbane

    VENUS: lavender, vervain, coriander, laurel

    SATURN: rue, cummin, hemlock, mandrake

    Angelica: Protects from evil.

    Ash (wood): Invincibility.

    Balm Melissa: All healing. It's reputed to repel illness.

    Betony: Protection against evil spirits.

    Borage (flowers): Gives courage.

    Bracken: Fern seeds gathered at midsummer are golden and were user to make the wearer invisible and also bring gold.

    Briar Rose: Protects from bites of dogs or snakes.

    Clover (flowers and leaves): Brings good luck and assists with clairvoyance.

    Daisy: Innocence and love.

    Dill: Love.

    Eglantine (sweet briar): Pleasure.

    Elder (use only twigs, do not cut tree): Revered by the Ancients; Elder brings wisdom, joy and delight.

    Elm: Childbirth (it is associated with Embla, the first woman in Norse mythology).

    Fennel: A sacred herb held in great respect by the Ancients. Wards off evil spirits, bestows strength, courage, and prolongs life.

    Harebell: The flower of witches, who used its juice as part of their flying ointment. It is associated with seeing fairies, goblins and earth spirits. It was also thought to bring bad luck.

    Hawthorn: Marriage and fertility (not a very attractive smell).

    Hay: Pregnancy and fertility.

    Hazel (use wood): Sacred in Celtic mythology for fertility and immortality. Wards off rheumatism. This is one of the most popular woods for making sorcerer's wands and dowsing rods.

    Heather: Luck.

    Honeysuckle: Fidelity and affection. Those who wear it will dream of their own true love.

    House Leek (chicks and hens): Keeps evil away and the wearer will never be struck by lightning.

    Hyssop (hyacinth): Purifying, cleansing.

    Jasmine: Attraction.

    Lady's Mantle: For women's problems. Use the pearl of dew that gathers on the leaves at dawn. Causes change in your life, brings luck. Aids spirituality.

    Lavender: relaxing and stress relieving.

    Lilac: Luck, love.

    Lily of the Valley: Counters spells, attracts fairies.

    Marjoram: Peace, happiness, joy.

    May flowers: The base of the old wild magick. May flowers bring both adventure and chaos into your life.

    Mint: Sharpens the mind.

    Mistletoe: Energy, fertility, immortality.

    Mulberry: Headaches.

    Mullein: Asthma, protection from evil.

    Nettle: One of the nine sacred herbs of the Anglo Saxons. Protection against demons and evil spells.

    Oak : A sacred plant. Protection by the gods, strength, long life.

    Onion: Protection against lung illnesses, colds, flu, and the plague, fends off evil spirits.

    Orchids: Desire.

    Peony wood: A powerful charm against evil.

    Poppy: A charm to assist those bewitched into love.

    Primrose: Used by the Ancients to see fairies.

    Rose: Pure love.

    Rosemary: Good memory, friendship, fidelity.

    Rue: Luck and protection against the evil eye, freedom.

    Saffron: Aphrodisiac.

    Sage: Longevity, prosperity (do not cut this plant with metal).

    Snowdrop: Used to quicken the passing of sorrow.

    Sow Thistle: Increases strength and stamina, repels witches, invisibility from enemies.

    St Johns Wort: Considered the most potent of herbs for driving away evil spirits and spells.

    Strawberry: Sensuality.

    Sweet pea: Good fortune.

    Thyme: Relives giddiness and nightmares.

    Violet: Love, humility, honesty, virtue.

    Walnut: Robs an evil spirit of mobility, repels insects. It is the tree of Jupiter and brings the Gods' blessings.

    Wheat: Gaia's blessings, as it contains the spirit of the earth and harvest. Used for growth and fertility.

    Willow: To ease sorrow and the loss of a love.

    Yew: A sacred tree. Protection against evil. Do not cut the tree, gather only from the ground.



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    #3 - Breaking Bad Luck

    This spell will break a bad run of luck and bring you good luck.
    You may need:

  • Small piece of ginger root
  • Fennel seed (if you cannot get fennel try dried sage)
  • Few cloves
  • Dried basil
  • Small bag or pouch
  • Optional - yellow crystal such as citrine
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  • Small piece of ginger root
  • Fennel seed (if you cannot get fennel try dried sage)
  • Few cloves
  • Dried basil
  • Small bag or pouch
  • Optional - yellow crystal such as citrine
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    Put all the ingredients into the bag. If you have a small piece of any yellow crystal it is a good idea to add this too. Say:

    "Herbs of the earth fill my life with light
    Bring me good luck in a day and a night.
    This spell is seeped in magick and mystery
    Make my bad luck a thing of history
    Bad luck will go deep into the ground
    From now on good luck will follow me around"
    So Mote It Be."

    Keep the bag with you for a day and a night and then bury it deep in the ground - somewhere that is not on your property. This will bury your bad luck.



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    #4 - Egg Bath for Peace

    This is a bath to bring peace into your life. (From the Yahoo Group "Adult_Witchcraft")
    You may need:

  • White candle
  • 3 Eggs
  • White towel
  • White clothing
  • Birdseed or bread
  • A Tbsp each of:
  • Salt
  • Florida water
  • Rose petals
  • -mint
  • -parsley
  • -sage
  • -bay leaf
  • -rosemary
  • -nutmeg
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  • White candle
  • 3 Eggs
  • White towel
  • White clothing
  • Birdseed or bread
  • A Tbsp each of:
  • Salt
  • Florida water
  • Rose petals
  • -mint
  • -parsley
  • -sage
  • -bay leaf
  • -rosemary
  • -nutmeg
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    By the light of a white candle add the following to your bath:

    Salt, Florida water, rose petals, mint, parsley, sage, bay leaf, rosemary, nutmeg and 3 eggs.

    Bathe with the eggs, being careful not to break them. When you are finished, dry off with a white towel and put on white clothes.

    Take the eggs to a wooded area or park and leave them under a tree along with birdseed or bread.



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    #5 - Bones of Anger Revenge Hex

    I found this on the internet, but can't remember where. If you know the author, please message me so I can credit them for this.
    You may need:

  • Chicken bones
  • Hammer
  • Besom/broom and dust pan (preferably one used only for magic)
  • Cloth bag
  • Bell
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    You may need:

  • Chicken bones
  • Hammer
  • Besom/broom and dust pan (preferably one used only for magic)
  • Cloth bag
  • Bell
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    Gather bones of chickens and dry them in the sun for a few
    days. Then when you are ready to do this hex make sure you
    are worked up into a frenzy of anger and hatred. This will
    add to the potency of your hex! Be thinking of all this
    while doing this hex and when it says "With these bones I
    now do crush
    ," take a hammer or use your feet to stomp and
    crush these bones as if they were your enemy before you!

    When you are done sweep, them up and place them in a bag. You
    will then want to sprinkle the dust and remains of the bones
    on your enemy's property around his house.

    If you have a bell ring it 3 times and say...

    "I call upon the Ancient Ones from the great abyss to do my
    bidding I invoke Cuthalu, God of Anger and the creatures of
    the underworld hear me now."

    "Bones of anger, bones to dust
    full of fury, revenge is just
    I scatter these bones, these bones of rage
    take thine enemy, bring him pain
    I see thine enemy before me now
    I bind him, crush him, bring him down
    With these bones I now do crush
    Make thine enemy turn to dust
    torment, fire, out of control
    With this hex I curse your soul
    So mote it be!'



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    #6 - Witch Candle White

    For love, luck, fortune, and fame. Wish spell. Warning: This is a powerful spell and should only be used when needed.
    You may need:

  • Large sharp Tree Thorn
  • White Candle
  • Fire
  • Occult Oil
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  • White Candle
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    On Luna's Day, after she is new cast off anything that may be blue. To work this spell in Monday's power do this at the Midnight Hour.

    Take a large and sharp tree thorn and a short white candle with the Waxing Moon adorn, by pricking and sticking its shaft so pale the symbol that the Moon Goddess doth hail.
    Then dress this lamp with an occult oil damp.
    Light the wick with intention thick and concentrate your wish most firm, as the flame begins to sputter and squirm.
    Chant this then thrice that it may suffice:

    "Moon, moon, mother moon, mover or the tide.
    Grant this moon as chant the rune,
    deliver (name) to my side."

    Let the candle burn down and out.
    the path to your wish will be open no doubt.

    To alternate this spell and its theme, use these chants to the goddess supreme:

    "Queen of Heaven, star of the sea,
    fill my cup with prosperity."


    "Silvery goddess enthroned above,
    fill my life with abundant love."



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    #7 - Blessing Oil

    Shows you how to make your own blessing oil.
    You may need:

  • 1 tsp. lavender
  • 1/2 tsp. rosemary
  • 1 tsp. St. Johnswort
  • 2 drops juniper berry oil
  • 2 drops rose oil
  • 2 drops balsam or peru oil
  • 3 drops vetiver oil
  • 1/4 cup base oil
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    You may need:

  • 1 tsp. lavender
  • 1/2 tsp. rosemary
  • 1 tsp. St. Johnswort
  • 2 drops juniper berry oil
  • 2 drops rose oil
  • 2 drops balsam or peru oil
  • 3 drops vetiver oil
  • 1/4 cup base oil
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    Add ground herbs and drops of essential oils to base of spring water/oils: olive, sunflower, safflower, mineral; bottle with tight lid and store in dark place.


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