The Little Book of Witchcraft: A Beginner's Guide to White Witchcraft and Spells for Every Occasion
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Wicca and “green” witchcrafts are popular in the United States, often revolving around Gaia-study and nature-based spells and meditation. The earliest Wiccans were followers of Gerald Gardner, a British magic scholar in the 20th century, whose ideas and works were popularized in the 1950s and 1960s. If you've got an interest in crystals, the use of herbs, rituals, and essential oils, this might be right for you.  X Research source A Green Witch is a practitioner of the craft who works with the energies and properties of herbs, seeds, extracts and plants in general. Scroll down to find Green Witchcraft spells, lessons, and PDFs for your Green Witch Grimoire! 📜 This article was reviewed by Stina Garbis. Reverend Stina Garbis is a Psychic Astrologer and the Owner of Psychic Stina. With over 30 years of experience, she specializes in providing personal and professional advice through astrology and tarot card readings. Reverend Stina has experience working with high-profile celebrities, sports figures, politicians, and CEOs. She has been featured in many publications, including Bustle, Vice, The New York Post, and Readers’ Digest and she also has a 200k+ following on TikTok. Stina holds an Ordained Minister License from The International Metaphysical Ministry University Seminary.
the spell's power is no longer necessary and you’d like the effects to stop. For example, if you cast a jar spell to attract love, you might have had many interests for a while. Now, you are getting married and you don’t want to attract any more potential lovers. So you would dismantle the spell. Sea witches like being around and utilising large bodies of water such as oceans, rivers, and lakes in their practice. The element of water is a large part of their practice, and they usually choose to make their tools and use ingredients found near water locations such as shells, driftwood, sea glass, and aquatic flowers. Shadow Work Casting the spell. Welcome the elements and the deities you're invoking and state the Purpose of the ritual aloud. Specific invocations or prayers should be recited, and spells should be cast at this time. A comprehensive online database of spells can be found here.  X Research sourceJust found out me and my sister come from a very long line of witches and want to get into it ourselves Warning: It’s not generally a good idea to dismantle a jar used for cursing or hexing, or one for breaking a curse or hex, unless you really know what you’re doing. Just bury it at the crossroads or in running water and be done with it. Do Not Burn Your Spell Jar Close the ritual safely. Thank the Deities (if present) for gracing you with their presence. Thank the elements for aiding you and supporting you in your spell. Close or open the circle, depending on your tradition.
You are seeking permanent protection or to break or repel a curse. This will stand sentry on your property and protect you (or on the property of the person for whom you cast the jar spell). If you don’t have land of your own, you can bury it in a flowerpot of soil left by your doorstep. Once your spell is complete, you have to choose what to do with your jar. Burying it is just one of several options. Step 7: What to Do With Your Spell Jar Now? Sew the top of the bag closed under the light of a full moon, while charging it and purifying it with your intent. Beginning the next night, rub the bag over the center of your forehead each night before you go to sleep, while concentrating hard on your question or concern. Place the charm bag underneath your pillow and then go to sleep. You should notice its effects within a few nights, at most.
I would keep a jar unless I felt it stopped working or I no longer needed it. I usually recharge them a few times with candle magic before giving up on them. love hate anger passion we make are own paths and walk down the right one for are own... what you see if for you what you do is for them make the negative into a positive ten fold to the ones that have harmed us