GOOD LUCK AND FOR GRANTING WISHES

GOOD LUCK AND FOR GRANTING WISHES

4 red candles 4 green candles glass of wine seed or nuts round pebble
Food has long been a symbol of magic.
Writing on cakes and other types of food dates back to ancient Greece and goddess worship.
Honey cakes were written on, candles lit and blown out, and wishes on the cakes were eaten
to transfer them to the eater. Perform this spell anytime of the year on a waxing moon.
The red candles are for luck and the green for prosperity, but you may wish to substitute other
colors more suitable to your specific wish. The seed hold the promise of regrowth.
Method Alternating the colors of the candles, make a large circle with them, aligning
them to the eight compass direction.
Put the glass of wine in the center of the circle, and place the dish of seeds and/or
nuts next to it. Keep the pebble in your left hand through out the spell. It represents
the turning Circle of Life in the universe. Light the north candle first, then travel to the
center of the circle. Take a seed or nut and dip it in the wine, make your wish and eat
it, do this until all the candles are all lit, working your way in a clockwise direction.
You might find it helpful to break your wish into eight steps.
When finished sit in the middle of your glowing circle.
Drink the rest of the wine as a toast to the world, and keep the pebble for good luck.

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