The Witches Magick for the 5th Day of the Seed Moon – Dice in the Moon Divination

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Dice in the Moon Divination


You will need a large white piece of paper, a writing pen, and three dice.

On the piece of paper draw a circle, representing the moon. Lay the paper down on a flat surface, and before rolling the dice, determine what question you want to ask. Ask your favorite moon goddess such as Akupera (Hindu) or Diana (Roman) to bless the dice, then cast the dice into the circle and count up their total. Any dice falling outside the circle of moon must be recast. The following list gives each number’s divination meaning.

3 Good luck and good fortune

4 Disillusionment and disappointment

5 Someone will bring you happiness

6 Family and home issues

7 Beware of scandal and lies

8 Money matters and finances

9 Love is coming to you

10 Spiritual gains

11 Illness or injury

12 Secrecy and possible betrayal

13 Success will be yours

14 Helpful friends

15 Be cautious

16 Time for taking a journey

17 You will meet strangers with good advice

18 You will attain your goals

Wiccan Spell A Night: Spells, Charms, And Potions For The Whole Year

Sirona Knight

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WOTC Extra – Meaning of the Dices You Cast

Meaning of the Dices You Cast


For yes/ no questions, you can use an odd number as yes and an even number as no; if you have a list of options with a number of items that match the number of sides, roll a die to get the option number ; if you can’t decide which of three movies to watch, declare 1-4 for movie 1, 4-8 for movie 2 and 9-12 for movie 3 and roll a 12-sided die. We gamers call that a range, and as long as you decide it before you roll, you can use any die to do it!


Below are meanings for the numbers one through twenty. They’re taken from numerology, and can give you general meanings for your polyhedral rolls. Ask a question , roll the die, and see if the answer works for you! It might take a bit of creative thought to see how the keywords given pertain to your question; but with a bit of thought and practice I think you’ll find that the dice really do give good answers.


1: New starts, action, originality, making decisions, independence

2: Harmony , cooperation, mediation, passivity, gestation, diplomacy, self-knowledge

3: Scattering, freedom, entertainment, self-expression, growth, travel

4: Practicality, work, order, building foundations, finances

5: Change, freedom, new intellectual interests, travel, communication

6: Family, health, service, listening to others’ problems, marriage, change in home, redecoration and remodeling, domestic and community responsibilities

7: Self-analysis, achievement, health problems, reflection, rest, health, vacations

8: Business, power, responsibility , money, business, karma

9: Giving to others, endings, service, changes, charity, inspiration

10: Intuition, fortune, luck, a turn for the better

11: Limelight , inspiration , religion , tests, legal dealings, art, quick decisions

12: Waiting period, change of view, reversal, submission

13: Change, release, transformation

14: Active sexual principle, pregnancy, social and family obligations, competition, a need to verify

15: Indecision, bondage, freedom, laughter, discernment

16: Love affairs, health, accidents, awakenings

17: Good fortune, rewards, travel, meditation, assistance

18: Caution, dreaming, healing, body care

19: Love, marriage, rewards, obstacles overcome, new beginnings

20: Turning points, decisions, awareness, adaptability, reconstruction.



Divination with What You’ve Got

Cobalt Witch.


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Let’s Talk Witch – Doing Divination with Dices, Huh?

 Doing Divination with Dices, Huh?


Some of us love to play dice games (or role-playing games, drinking games, or any combination of the above) and know just exactly where our dice are. If you don’t, go looking for your board games; many games use one or more 6-sided dice to decide how far you move, and you can borrow the dice from there. (Just don’t forget to put them back, or you’ll be really miffed at yourself the next time you pull the game out!) Most discussions of dice divination expect you to have three six-sided dice, but you can use one if you want; as you can see from the lists below, you’ll just have a shorter range of answers available.


One die divination can give you nuanced answers to a yes/ no question; 3 dice divination has a range of possible responses that can give answers or suggestions for more general questions. If you have a six-, 10-, or fifteen item list of possibilities, roll one, two (2-12), or three (3-18) dice to determine which list item you should select.


1 die divination:

1. Favorable indications

2. Success depends on friendly relations

3. Triumph

4. Disappointment

5. Good news

6. Doubt



3 dice divination:

3. Pleasant surprises in the very near future

4. Unpleasantness of some kind may occur

5. Plans will come to fruition; wish will be granted

6. A loss of some kind is forecast

7. Possible difficulties in business, money troubles, gossip, and so on.

8. Expect criticism

9. Marriage; unions

10. Birth, either of a child or of a new project

11. A parting, which may be temporary

12. A message of some importance will soon arrive

13. Sorrow

14. Friendship; help from a new friend

15. Begin no new projects for a few days

16. A pleasant journey

17. A change in plans may soon be necessary.

18. Success; a wish will be obtained. *BEST*



Divination with What You’ve Got

Cobalt Witch.


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WOTC Extra – How to do a Spread with Your Playing Cards

How to do a Spread with Your Playing Cards


You can shuffle and pull one card if you want a yes/ no answer, a simple answer to a quick question, or if you want a general significator for your day, much like some people pull a single tarot card or rune to see how their day will go.


Another yes/ no method that can give you a more complete picture is the three pile spread. Shuffle the cards, and start laying them out on top of each other; start a new pile when you have dealt ten cards or when you deal an ace. Make a total of three piles; if two or three of the piles have aces on them, the answer is yes. I have also had good results interpreting the aces and/ or other cards showing to get more details on the question. (Aces of hearts and spades? Yes, you can do it, it’ll involve friends, and may not be that easy!)


A three card spread can give you a card each for the past, the present, and the future. You can use the card colors for a general indicator: red, red, black would show something that starts well and is going well, but will end badly. You can keep that in mind when looking at the specific card meanings. You can also use a three card spread without reference to time, and just let the cards tell you a story about the issue on your mind.


If the three card story works well for you, you’ll also enjoy the nine card spread, where you lay out the cards in three rows or three cards; the top row for the past , the middle row for the present and the bottom row for the future. It’s very easy to collect spreads — if you go to your favorite search engine and look for rune spreads, tarot card spreads, or oracle card spreads, a lot of different ideas will come up, and all of them will work with playing cards. It all depends on how into it you want to get!



Divination with What You’ve Got

Cobalt Witch


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Let’s Talk Witch – Divination, Got any Playing Cards?

 Divination, Got any Playing Cards?


There are a lot of different decks of cards used for divination . Tarot, Lenormand cards and oracle decks are everywhere, with new versions published every day. But if you want to do divination with what you’ve got, a standard 52-card deck of playing cards will work just as well as a fancy, expensive, or hard-to-find deck, and they have been used for that purpose for centuries.


There are several ‘layers’ to playing card divination. If you’re looking for yes/ no answers or fortunate/ unfortunate indicators, all you need to do is pull out one card at random and look at the color of the suit. Red is considered favorable, or ‘yes,’ and black is considered unfavorable, or ‘no.’ In general, people represented by red court cards are fair-haired, while people represented by black court cards are dark-haired; but this is not a hard and fast rule.


The next layer are the suits themselves. They have evolved their own meanings over the years as people have used them for divination:


Hearts signify emotions; love, friendship, happiness, and domestic concerns. Generally speaking, they are “happy” cards.


Diamonds signify career and money issues, power and success, hard work and affairs outside the home.


Clubs signify business, ambition, achievement and social interaction. They generally indicate success and happiness.


Spades signify gossip, challenges, messages, obstacles and upsets. They can be considered warnings.


Then there are the meanings of the card numbers. You can combine the meaning of the suit with the meaning of the card number to figure out the meaning of each individual card. There are also specific meanings for each card, and these are included below the general meanings.


Kings and Queens are older people or people in authority


Jacks are younger people with more vigor and less authority


Aces show you alone, making decisions and first steps in a particular direction.


Twos are about relationships; meeting another person or force in agreement or conflict. A popular picture used to explain the idea is marriage.


Threes are about the synthesis or two creating a third: a child, a project, or an idea. The picture here is family — mother, father and child.


Fours are about structure, safety, the work it takes to make a life. The picture is a home, the four walls that keep the family safe.


Fives are about stepping out from structure: destabilization, advancement, and sometimes (but not always) conflict. The picture is leaving home.


Sixes signify communication and messages.


Sevens are inspiration, intervention, spiritual matters, and benevolent outcomes.


Eights are about gates; like a three, but setting forth as an adult. Swift activity, new enterprises.


Nines show taking the final steps to completion of an idea or project.


Tens signify completion of a full cycle, something ending at the same time something new is beginning.


Divination with What You’ve Got

Cobalt Witch


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A Little Stone Magic from Scott Cunningham – The Bag of Seven Stones

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A Little Stone Magic from Scott Cunningham – The Bag of Seven Stones


This spell requires seven stones, of either high or low vibrations. You should have one each of these colors: white, green, red, orange, yellow, brown, and black.

It is best if you can find all of these stones yourself. Stream beds are excellent places to look. If you have difficulty, go ahead and buy them.

Place the stones in a sack made of a natural cloth dyed yellow— cotton is excellent. When you desire a sneak peek into the future, hold the bag, reach inside without looking, and remove one of the stones. The stone reveals present or future conditions:

WHITE: peace, tranquility
GREEN: love, money
RED: passion, arguments
ORANGE: luck
YELLOW: wisdom, lessons
BROWN: objects, possessions, gifts
BLACK: negativity

Earth Power: Techniques of Natural Magic
Scott Cunningham

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WOTC Extra – Divining With Stones

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Divining With Stones


This is a simple device used to obtain yes or no answers to pertinent questions. As such, it is a form of divination. Stones have existed for a long time and will be around for quite a bit longer. As such, they are symbols of the wisdom of eternity. They are frequently turned to for answers to important questions.

Obtain three stones. One, of a bright color, should be a high-vibration stone. Another, of a dark color, should possess low vibrations. Select a third that seems to have medium vibrations that are neither high nor low. This should be unusually colored so that it can be easily differentiated from the others. All three stones, in fact, should be of such individual appearances that they are immediately recognizable.

When you need an answer to a yes/ no question, roll the stones in your hands like dice, mentally asking your question, then throw them onto a flat surface, preferably the ground. A table will do.

When the stones have stopped, determine the answer by their positions. If the “yes” stone is closer to the indicator, that is the answer. The same with the “no” stone. If the stones are equally apart there is no answer.

This simple method can be highly accurate, and I have used it for years with good results.

The stones should be kept in a small bag of their own in a protected place and used for no other purposes.

With practice, a more definitive answer can be determined. The positions of the stones, their proximity to the diviner, and the questions asked can all be taken into consideration. The closer the stones are to the indicator the stronger the answer.

Practice and experience will allow you greater accuracy with the divining stones.

Earth Power: Techniques of Natural Magic
Scott Cunningham

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Let’s Talk Witch – Stone Magick

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Stone Magick


The magic of stones is one that nearly everyone is familiar with, for most people at least know of the existence of birth stones, the stone said to “belong” to the month of your birth. There is also a wide body of lore regarding the powers and magical uses of precious and semiprecious stones. For years it has been commonly said that pearls cause tears, opals are bad luck for some to wear, and that diamonds represent the constancy of love and that is why they are used in wedding and engagement rings.

Though the lore of precious stones and semiprecious stones is often quite contradictory (some authorities claim pearls cause tears of joy, and that opals are good luck) it isn’t important, because it is an expensive practice few of us could afford.

But the common, everyday stones you see lying on the street or dig up in your yard, those tumbled up on river banks or beaches, or lying scattered as if a giant hand threw them onto the countryside, are possessed of powers and can be used in magic just as can those of tremendous commercial value.

Simply because a stone is valuable does not lend it any special power. True, the rarer the stone the greater the mystique surrounding it. Diamonds are an excellent example of this. But they are not necessary in magic.

Have you ever idly picked up rocks during a vacation, pocketing pebbles for no apparent reason? Or perhaps you bought a shiny piece of agate or onyx at a gift shop or curio store. Did you ever wonder why?

Hundreds of thousands of years ago rocks were used as tools. They— and bones— were the only tools available, and early peoples used them to collect plants for food, to hunt, sew clothing , and perform any tasks they couldn’t accomplish with their bare hands.

Today, rocks aren’t thought of too often, unless a gardener finds them in the ground, and curses silently at the work they’ll mean to him. But they can be valuable tools in magic, and are cheap and easily obtainable. Live in the city? There must be a park somewhere or a vacant lot.

Earth Power: Techniques of Natural Magic
Scott Cunningham

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