Amulet of Good Luck

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A nice little amulet. Specially formulated for ease of school. Great for the first day of school.
You will need the following items for this spell:

  • An acorn
  • St. John's Wort essential oil
  • A sprig of Basil
  • 1 cm chunk of Bamboo
  • Long string or cord (Only for necklace.)
  • Ginger essential oil
  • 1 iris flower
  • Lavender water
  • Lilac flowers
  • Nettle
  • Oregano
  • Black peppercorns
  • A sprig of strawberry leaves
  • Some Yew needles
  • Wand (Or blessed stirring stick)
  • Mortar and Pestle

Casting Instructions for 'Amulet of Good Luck'

First, place the sprig of basil, iris flower, lilac flowers in the mortar. Grind them to a very fine powder. Then, place in a small bowl for later. Next, place nettle, oregano and black pepper corns in the mortar. Grind them to a very fine powder. Place in the same bowl. Place and grind the strawberry leaves and yew needles.

Place in the same bowl and stir the dry mixture well. Now you slowly drop the essential oils in as needed. Stir the mixture well. Now add enough lavender water to make a tea-like fluid. Stir until all of the powders have dissolved in the lavender water. Recite this incantation while stirring:

"Gods and goddesses of protection, good luck, and wisdom, I ask you to not let negativity befall me. Let lies and jealousy not tamper with my heart and mind. Let no evil pain my heart. Let me be happy and joyous while wearing this amulet. May I have good luck, a clear mind, and a light heart. So mote it be" (Recite until the mixture fully dissolved.)

Then dip the acorn into the potion and let it sit in the light of the full moon and sun for three days.

For Necklace:
You need to drill or carve a hole through the upper half of the acorn. Get your thin string or cord and string it through your prepared acorn and even it out at the top. Now you need to drill or carve a hole though the center of your bamboo chunk. Afterward, you will string both ends though the bamboo and pull it near the acorn. Tie the ends together (Hopefully into a big knot.). 


Added to on Jul 19, 2013
Last edited on Jul 28, 2018
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