Animal Spells

A Spell for Cat Lovers

A Spell for Cat Lovers

Those who see a black cat crossing their path as a sign of good luck coming their way, should find that this spell works well for them.

You will need:
Two teaspoons of carrier oil
Three drops of sandalwood essential oil
A mixing bottle
A picture or an ornament of a black cat
Citrine or amber crystals
One white altar candle
One blue taper candle
A boline

Put the carrier oil in the mixing bottle and add the sandalwood oil. With your hands in prayer position, roll the bottle between the palms, visualizing good luck mixing into the blend. When you think the oil is fully charged with good fortune, put the bottle on your altar and spend a minute or two breathing deeply in and out.

As you inhale, see white light enter your body and enshroud all negative energy. When you exhale, see this energy leave your body. When you feel fully relaxed, light the white candle and, focusing on its flame, see yourself as you will be when good luck comes to you.

Now,inscribe your birth number at the top of the blue candle before putting the candle back in its holder and rubbing some of the charged oil on the palms of your hands. See the energy you charged it with warming them, then take the blue candle, holding it horizontally in front of you, anoint it with the oil, drawing the oil from the centre towards you then turning it round and continuing in the same way.

Focusing on making your wishes come true, hold the candle in the air above the image of the black cat, rolling the candle backwards and forwards between the palms of your hands. As you do so, repeat:

Candle’s power and lucky cat,
Please change my luck, so that
I achieve my heart’s desire,
Powered by this magic fire.
And let it be done, that it harm no one.

Allow the candle to burn down or, if you have to, extinguish it with a candle snuffer or between finger and thumb. Clean your hands with the tissue and close your ritual in the way you usually do.

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Animal Ally Invitation Spell

Animal Ally Invitation Spell

1. Choose a focal image for your altar, something that represents your ally for you. Use a toy, a photograph or an image. It is more crucial that it resonates strongly for you than that it be a literal depiction.

2. Surround it with objects or images that would normally be used to lure this creature. A dish of honey, for instance, summons a bear. Make the invitation as strong as possible.

3. If you can find candles in the shape of your desired ally or its food, add them to the altar.

4. Grind cinnamon and frankincense together and burn them as a spirit-summoning incense.

5. In addition to Step 2, offer literal food (a dish of milk for a snake, for instance). Alternatively, burn images of appropriate food.

6. Relax. Let your eyes go slightly out of focus and await visitations.

7. Try this for up to thirty minutes a day, until you receive results.

Although this spell request a waking vision, realistically your response may still occur during your dreams: have paper and pen by your bedside to record any significant dreams.

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The WItches Magick for the 3rd Day of the Mead Moon – Over the Moon Spell

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 Over the Moon Spell

Most everyone is familiar with the nursery rhyme: “Hey diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle, the cow jumped over the moon; the little dog laughed to see such sport, and the dish ran away with the spoon.” Cast this spell to empower your bond with your pet.

For this spell, you will need your cat or dog, lavender essential oil, and a few drops of lemon juice.

After dark, sit with your pet so you can see the night sky. Say the nursery rhyme to your cat or dog. Sit quietly together for a few minutes. Rub behind his or her ears. Tell your pet how much she or he means to you, how much your pet is appreciated. Say three times:

Blessed be [say your pet’s name]
Thank you for your loving company.

Now, pour a few drops of lavender essential oil and a few drops of lemon juice into your hand, and rub it onto your cat’s or dog’s fur. Don’t get this mixture near your pet’s head, mouth, nose, or eyes. As you rub, say quickly (because your pet will take off like a rocket once she or he gets scent of the lavender oil:

May the God and Goddess protect and bless you always!

 
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SIrona Knight

 

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Play Day Magick (b) Stuffed Animal Magick

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Stuffed animals aren’t just cute and cuddly; they also provide a fun way to enjoy making more magick with our personal spirit animals and totems. In fact, stuffed animals make a wonderful medium for working with the energies of all sorts of animals, be they spirit animals, totemic animals, make-believe animals.

Empower the stuffed animal with the energy and spirit of the animal it is to represent. For instance, if you have a teddy bear you want to work with the Grizzly Bear totem, fill the stuffed animal with strong, wild energy, inviting the spirit of the real grizzly to actually enter cloth bear. Once the stuffed animal has been readied for magick, you can use it in a variety of ways. Simply hug or stroke the animal to charge yourself with the qualities therein embodied, or place the stuffed animal on your altar for extra help altar for extra help and power during spellcasting. You might even empower the stuff animal to represent an animal in need of protection, then use it as a focal point for casting protective charms and spells. For instance, you might place a stuffed elephant outside in the grass, then set up a large perimeter of protective crystals around it as a way to magickally manifest a safe sanctuary for the precious endangered animals. As another idea, if you want to use a stuffed animal to get more in touch with your own personal spirit animal, you might choose a stuffed animal that that best represents you, then dress it in clothes to make it resemble you, or simply write your name on its tag or on its fur. Play like you are taking good care of this animal, feeding it and loving it and making sure it gets plenty of rest and such. Nurturing your stuff animal-made-spirit animal will increase intimacy between you and your inner beast.

By Melaine  Marquis

Next up is “Jigsaw Puzzle Spell” Until then have a fun and beautiful day. Blessed be

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Animal Allies Cleansing

Animal Allies Cleansing

 

Scavengers, especially Vultures, are the ultimate animal allies of cleansing. Other assisting scavengers include crows, jackals and coyotes. Incorporate them into your spells or attempt to establish a binding alliance if spiritual cleansing is a major issue for you. Some non-scavenger animals affiliated with spiritual cleansing include deer and doves.

 

Oshun, the most beautiful of the Orishas, counts the Vulture alongside the peacocks and parrots as her sacred birds.

1. Use either a realistic image of a vulture or an image of the Egyptian deity, Nekhbet. What is crucial is that the image has outstretched wings and direct gaze.

2. Look the image in the eyes. Request that she come and cleanse you of all spiritual debris.

3. Visualize the vulture enfolding her with your wings.

4. When she releases you and departs, you’re cleansed.

 

 

Jane’s Pocketbook of Spell: Cleansing, Banishing, Protection and other various Remedies

Alicia Hill

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Lady A’s Spell of the Day for Aug. 18th – Familiar Blessing

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Lady A’s Spell of the Day for Aug. 18th – Familiar Blessing

 

Familiar Blessing

Goal: To welcome or bless a familiar

Optional extras:

White candle (or any candle in the shape of your familiar);

statue or picture of Bast, Hecate, or another appropriate animal patron

god/dess

Magic’s notes: Bast is the goddess of cats, Hecate is the patron of dogs and snakes. Herne is good for almost any wild animal, should you happen to have one for a familiar. If your animal will sit still for this magickal working, it is nice to have them there for the spell, but you can do it without them. If they are not present, substitute a picture.

Furry and mysterious
You have blessed my life
And my magickal practice
With your sweet spirit
And the essence of your soul.”

 

Be blessed and welcome
Companion and helper
As you boost my power
By lending your strength
And your own deep magick.”
 
May we live together
And practice  together
For many years to come
And bring joy and strength
As we grow in our bond.”
 
In perfect love and perfect trust
May we practice our magick
O blessed familiar.”
 
“So Mote It Be!”
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Animal Spells (Magickal Partners)

Animal Spells (Magickal Partners)

Is it time to measure the cat for a magick wand? Perhaps the parrot needs to learn some chants? Maybe there is a set of dominations spells so that the dog can force you to walk him on the schedule he chooses? No, spells regarding animals are still meant for people to perform, although some benefit from some animal assistance. Many of these spells involve protecting animal from physical and spiritual harm. Others benefit humans, through the power and gifts of animals.

Animals who participate in your spells and rituals, enhancing them with their own powers, tend to fall into one of two categories:

*  Familiars

*  Allies

The concept of an animal as a pet is a modern one. Those who possessed this concept of interspecies friendship ahead of their time often found themselves condemned for witchcraft on grounds of familiarity with demonic creatures like cats, birds, rabbits, black dogs, reptiles, and amphibians. Sound like what’d find for sale in any local pet store? Well, familiar animals are exactly that: Familiar. The classic witch’s cat, rabbit or toad, a familiar is an actual, individual animal with whom one can live and share an intense psychic, personal bond. If this characterizes a relationship you have ever had with an animal, then you have had a familiar, regardless of whether you engaged in magickal practices together. A dog who won’t sleep unless it’s under your bed, the cat who follows you from room to room the bird who spends the day perched on your should: these all qualify as familiars.

A familiar’s presence may be sufficient to spark and enhance your magick, whether there is any conscious active involvement or not. For others, the psychic and magickal bonds possible between animal and human create profound power and satisfaction and working closely with other species–those species that usually do not life amongst people—-may discover psychic and magickal bonds, as well. Wild animals that remain wild can also qualify as familiars, though invariably they choose you rather than the other way round. These include those birds or bees that, taking a liking to someone in the family, stop by daily. Scandinavian witches traditionally favored flies as familiars. Wild dolphins occasionally single out as individual human and initiate a relationship. It is not unknown for people living on the edge of woods or in a wilderness place to develop a special relationship with an individual creature.

A familiar is a specific, individual creature with whom you have established a psychic bond. Of course, the limits the creatures with which you can magickally interact. What if your magick requires a rhinoceros or crocodile? What if it requires a dragon or unicorn?

A familiar may be considered an animal ally but animal allied transcend the boundaries of familiars. Animal allies are a form of spiritual relationship: because the relationship may occur entirely in the realm of spirit, any animal may be approached. The presiding spirit of the animal may also be approached, rather than any individual creature.

A person may have as many familiars and/or allies as needed.

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Over the Moon Spell

Over the Moon Spell

Most everyone is familiar with the nursery rhyme: “Hey diddle diddle, the cat and the fiddle, the cow jumped over the moon; the little dog laughed to see such sport, and the dish ran away with the spoon.” Cast this spell to empower your bond with your pet.

For this spell, you will need your cat or dog, lavender essential oil, and a few drops of lemon juice.

After dark sit with your pet so you can see the night sky. Say the nursery rhyme to your cat or dog. Sit quietly together for a few minutes. Rub behind his or her ears. Tell your pet how much she or he means to you, how much your pet is appreciated. Say three times:

Blessed be (say your pet’s name)

Thank you for your loving company.

Now, pour a few drops of lavender essential oil and a few drops of lemon juice into your hand and rub it onto your cat’s or dog’s fur. Don’t get this mixture near your pet’s head, mouth, nose or eyes. As you rub say quickly (because your pet will take off like a rocket once she or he gets scent of the lavender oil):

May the God and Goddess protect and bless you always!

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