Sunday, March 18, 2012


The Earth represents the material and objective world. In Magic, when seeking to emphasize the practical side and explore the prosperity, it is customary to offer a stone or an apple for the gnomes, the lords of the earth.

There is a very ancient practice to ward off bad luck and obstacles in life. Write down everything you want to walk away from. You'll have to throw this paper off a bridge that passes over a river. The waters will take all evil away and when you cross the bridge you'll have left all the bad things behind.

A yellow feather is a very powerful amulet. If you find one (never boot it from a bird, you should find it on the floor), place it inside your pillow and you will be with luck on your side. Remember to light, from time to time,  an incense as a thanks to the element air.

Garlic is above all a powerful good luck charm. It has a strong energy that ensures protection for any occasion. Its great cleansing power created the famous symbols of garlic as a weapon against vampires.

An amulet to attract good luck can be done with small pieces of objects that were important in your life (one paper from your diary, a used clothing button, some unforgettable date etc..). Place some of these things into a bag and take it with you always.

To have a prosperous and joyful New Year place twelve apples in a basket (each representing one month of the next year). In one of the last days of the year take the basket to a wood or garden, put it in a well-concealed and offer to gnomes.

A practice to attract good fortune can be made easily and at any time. Draw colored stars (with six or eight points) and hang one in every room of your home. Leave them there for seven days. This is a very ancient and efficient way to attract harmony and luck to you and your home.

Attaching a gold pin on the inside of your wallet is a very ancient practice used to attract prosperity.

Using the resources of Mother Nature to stage a situation we envision is a technique widely used in Magic. A good way to attract prosperity is to carve coins in potato slices. Make seven pieces of potato and bury them under the sun light and wish to multiply your treasure.

The iron pyrite has the ability to attract prosperity. Bury pyrite in the roots of a tree closer to your home. After three nights dig it and take it with you. Magnetized by the power of the Earth and your moon stone will be even more powerful. Do this preferably at a Crescent Moon night.

If you want prosperity in some project write it down on a piece of paper and burn it with a yellow candle. Stir the ashes of the paper with a little yeast, and put them in a bottle. Keep this bottle with you until realize your plans. Then bury it.

For quick results in money matters, few spells are more effective than the altar of cinnamon. Light a candle and incense both with cinnamon scent on the same place. While burning, place it next to three pieces of cinnamon bark and a container of essence of cinnamon.

Sunday is the day consecrated to the sun gods as Helios, Apollo and Mithras. For this reason, it is a great day to do any ritual of prosperity. A good way to harmonize with the energies of this day is to light a cinnamon incense stick, preferably around noon.

It is said that if we put candy and sweets on the windowsill in the last night of the Year, the elves will thank the offering bringing luck and prosperity throughout the entire New Year.

The leprechauns are the famous Irish elfs who love to repair shoes and other items of clothing. So it is an ancient tradition of that country to leave on the window an old shoe with three coins inside. It is said they’ll be so happy with this gesture that in return they will bring luck and prosperity to your home.

Bury a small silver object closest to the entrance door of your home. This ancient practice brings luck and prosperity to your home.

The Crescent Moon is the symbol of the Goddess, the principle of the feminine and the Magic. A crescent silver moon is a valuable talisman that brings luck and prosperity to its owner.


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