Pagan Studies ~ A Love Spell, Romance Tea and Mojo For Love
A Love Spell
1. Write the full name and the birth date for both you and your Valentine.
2. Say the love poem that you made up repeatedly while burning the paper.
3. After the ashes cool, wrap them into the cloth and tie it closed with the
ribbon. Depending on the type of cloth you use, you may need to place the
cooled ashes in plastic before you wrap them.
4. Give this to your Valentine!
(Please note: When writing your love poem, avoid taking away the free will of the person you love!)
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1 tablespoon grated gingerroot
2-3 cinnamon sticks
4-5 black peppercorns
Gently simmer these herbs in 2 cups of water for 20 minutes. Strain and
add a little milk and honey, and if you like, 1/4 teaspoon of pure
vanilla extract. Share this tea with your lover after a romantic meal
(spicy, to get the blood flowing) and see what happens!
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Mojo For Love
This spell is to attract love.
You need; 1 red cloth, red thread, rose petals, jasmine petals,
and 9 pumpkin seeds, some of your hair and toe nail clippings.
Do this spell during the waxing moon. Sew your cloth into a small
pouch (sachet), leaving the top open. While sewing chant the
following words or improvise attraction words out load;
“Silver Lady, Golden Lord, bring true love to me.
Bring me love, make it come, love be mine, harming none.”
Keep chanting while adding your ingredients, thinking of your
desires coming true. Sew your sachet shut. Hold your sachet in
your writing hand. Visualize a beam of light coming from the
universe hitting your mojo. Then visualize your own energies
charging your mojo. Visualize beams of love, see the power
growing, then say;
“Attractive I will be, I am open to love,
True love will be mine, blessed from above.
Mojo of Love make attraction my power,
For now is the time now is the hour.
This I charge and so it is!”
Ask the God and Goddess to bless you with a mate,
thank them for their blessings you know are on the way.
Then carry or wear your mojo with you till you find your mate.
Courtesy of GrannyMoon’s Morning Feast