Charming an Item for Good Luck

  Rated 5/5 Stars
SpellsLuck  ► Good Luck  ► Charming an Item for Good Luck
 
This spell will make any item you wish a portable good luck charm.

Casting Instructions for 'Charming an Item for Good Luck'

You will need the following items for this spell:

  • Paper
  • Pen or Marker(they need to have green ink)
  • The item you wish to Charm
  • Any color yarn
Share   
     
You will need the following items for this spell:

  • Paper
  • Pen or Marker(they need to have green ink)
  • The item you wish to Charm
  • Any color yarn

This spell has to be performed at night or dawn. First you draw a pentagram on the piece of paper. Put the item you wish to charm in the center of the pentagram. Focus on the object,and then imagine power flowing from your soul to the item.Then say the following words

"Lady of Luck, please send me your good luck. Make this item filled with good fortune. Send a lot of good luck so mote it be"

After you chanted those words wrap your item in the yarn. But be creative(i made my item into a necklace). Finally, soak the pentagram in water, then tear it up into little pieces, then you can bury the paper,put it in a box,or a bag.


Share   
     

ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Added to on Dec 22, 2013
Last edited on Mar 25, 2018
Part of the Spell Casters Library.

Comments


Comments are open to members. Join today and be part of the largest pagan / new age community online.

Are we supposed to take the yarn off? or it just stays there?

Dec 18, 2020
The yarn stays on. It appears to act as a binding spell, so the sting holds the energy in place. Undoing the string releases the energy.

Print Spell

Is this content used without proper permission?
Please report any violations of copyright via our contact page.

* All information on this page is provided by the coven or person named and the contents of this page is not mediated by the administrators of the website. Please use common sense when following any directions on this page. Do not ingest anything which does not seem safe. If you suspect the content of this page to be intentionally deceiving please contact us immediately.