Take a blue Candle and carve the persons name in it. Light it. Say,
“Healing light, Shinning bright. Let (name)’s Sickness Flee in fright!
With harm to none, Including me. I cast this spell So mote it be!”



Draw a picture of yourself with the disease, wound or condition.
Clearly point out the problem in the picture; a large hammer to the head to represent a headache;
black worms for a virus; a broken limb; a sore.
Charge a red candle with healing energy. Light the candle’s flame.
Hold the tip of the picture in the flame. After, it’s lit, drop it into a heatproof container.
Now, with the red candle still burning, draw another picture of yourself without the headache,
free of the virus or sore, with a healed limb.
Place this picture under the red candle and let it burn out.



Hail Uriel guardian of the North. Let your spirit inform this circle, add your will to mine.
Hail Raphael guardian of the East. Let your spirit inform this circle, add your will to mine.
Hail Michael guardian of the South. Let your spirit inform this circle, add your will to mine.
Hail Gabriel guardian of the West. Let your spirit inform this circle, add your will to mine.
I invoke Achelois, she who drives away pain.
Oh please great Achelois protect ______ from the pain of _____.
And keep her safe in our hearts.
Let her be flourished in love of greatest powers.
Bless this _____ with protection from pain and let her feel comforted by it.
With all the power in me I free her from pain.
Circle open / be unbroken Power down / to the ground



Begin on a Thursday, perform for nine consecutive days.
Light a yellow candle and concentrate for a moment on its yellow appearance.
Then say the following five times.
“O cheerful yellow, Penetrate my mind Improve my memory
Give me powers of great observation.
May I remember all I seek to recall
May my concentration be Perfect in all things big and small.”



Inscribe on a red candle:
As you burn the candle visualize the fever being burned away with the flame.
Before the candle burns all the way down, quench with ice water.
The fever should disappear quickly.



Large circle of cloth St. John’s wort oil 2 yellow candles yellow flowers
Spread cloth on floor and sprinkle few drops on blood-red St. John’s wort oil.
Anoint candles with more oil and divide flowers into two bunches.
Sit in the middle of the cloth and place flowers at the edge of cloth on each side.
Light candles and place them in front and behind you.
Pick 2 perfect blooms and hold one upright palm on your hand.
Focus your mind and chant:
“Oh healing light, surround me now,
relive my spirit’s darkest hour”
Imagine the light being drawn from the candles into the flowers on your palms,
and from there feel it permeating the whole of your body.
Try to keep concentration for 20 minutes.
To complete, take the two flowers in your hands and give them back to Mother Earth.



YOU NEED: piece of amethyst (as clear as possible), or a piece of Fluorite.
Sit in a quiet place and clear your mind of everything you can.
Take the amethyst (or fluorite)and hold it in the hand that is closest to the hurt.
If the pain is in the center of the body hold it in your writing hand.
Imagine a soothing light collecting at your feet and draw it up slowly towards your
head filling every part of the body. Whilst doing this say silently:
“bright light, shining light
heal my hurts with all thy might.”
Repeat this as you move the light up through the body.
When you reach the top of your head expand to fill outside the head with light for about a foot.
Then return to where the pain is most concentrated, push all your healing energy into this area.
If this doesn’t work the first time then repeat. You should feel better soon.
To end the spell repeat the verse again but finish with “so mote it be”


Zhahai Stewart

What to do if you think you are being attacked.
1 – Question if it is really either imagination, or coming from within yourself.
Something may be trying to get your attention, but it may not be external, and
by focusing on an external “enemy” you may be missing the point.
2 – Check to see if you are yourself inadvertently sending something out; maybe
someone is just reflecting some energy back!  Nothing is gained if you get into
adversarial mode in that case.  Many people have been taught that reflecting is
the proper response.
3 – Put up a grounding shield.  Ground it out, send it to the Mothr who can
recycle the energy.  Grounding is usually taught to every student. If you don’t
feel you can be a “conduit” safely, ground it by reflecting it downward to the
Earth; that is a big target and easy to hit.  By grounding it out, you are
protecting yourself, yet not being caught up in it.
What not to do.
1 – Figure out who is sending it and counter attack.  You might be wrong, and
may be starting a feud.  You might be right, but they may not realize that they
are “sending” so you may start a feud or cause unnecessary harm. Even if you are
right, you are escalating a feud, of which we have too many. This is commonly
discussed as a bad idea.
2 – Put up a reflective shield which will return the energy to the sender. This
is commonly discussed as a good idea, but we disagree.  We think this is unwise.
For one thing, it is not necessary; if you can make an accurate return
reflection, you can certainly reflect it to Earth instead (where it can be
recycled).  There is no reason you should not be able to ground out more energy
than you can accurately reflect to the sender, if viewed properly.
For another, your accuracy in returning it may be less than perfect.  You might
hit close but not close enough; if you can’t reflect it to earth, you are going
to have trouble reflecting it to an unknown person.
Sometimes this is discussed as if once you return it, the sender will just stop;
because they will awaken to what they are doing, or because the returning energy
will be too much to handle. The thing which is seldom mentioned is that if the
sender (assuming there is one) was consciously attacking, they will likely
already be prepared with their own mirrors, etc. Great, if we put near perfect
mirrors at each end and pump in energy, maybe we can get a psychic laser effect;
guess who is just on the other side of the mirrors to catch the intensified
If they weren’t aware of sending, they will probably just assume they are being
attacked and take countermeasures.  If they follow the 3 steps above, fine,
nothing is damaged.  But many of them will immediately think they have to put up
a defensive mirror, or maybe worse (see below; they may decide to teach you a
lesson for attacking them).  Few people naturally respond to perceived attacks
positively (especially if they are in such a bad mood already as to be sending
without even realizing it).
Another serious concern is getting drawn into a unacknowledged feud by your own
weaknesses.  It is often agreed that one should reflect back exactly what is
received, without adding anything of one’s own.  But the same people who
advocate that may use terms implying “returning it with enthusiasm”. There
appears to be an easily tapped source of self-righteousness in most people
feeling attacked, and it is _very hard_ not to get drawn into imagining, at some
level, the satisfying effects of the energy going back to the attacker; that
draws one into a “counter-attack” even without realizing it. Grounding it does
Watch for yourself when people are discussing “returning to sender”; see if
there isn’t very often a hidden desire for revenge or retribution lurking there
grasping for their “control panel” – and deflecting their normal attempts at
staying centered by claiming to do no more than is “justified”. Justified is not
the question; self knowledge and balance are.
There is another thread which shows up often in discussions like these; the need
to “teach the sender a lesson”. In some cases, I have even heard this justified
as “protecting the community”. This way lies many³ ª ðÉü±PRINT D did the goddess
give you an “agent of threefold return” marshall’s badge, that exempts you from
any consequences “because you are just an agent”?  That hubris is gonna teach
some hard lessons, but the self appointed marshall may be the major recipient. 
It would be a little bit healthier to just shed the self-righteousness and call
it an ego driven feud.  “Teaching them a lesson” gets filed under the pitfalls
of righteousness, the ways that one’s own weaknesses seduce one.
Also consider, what if despite your initial impression, the negative energy is
really coming from inside, from part of you? Are you going to be better off
“reflecting it back” (maybe with additional conscious or unconscious oomph) or
grounding it?  “Gee, I returned it but good, and now they have stepped it up;
the sender really needs a lesson!”.  That may be more true than you know, bucko.
Notice that nowhere do we say that one has no “right” to put up a reflective
shield; of course one does, and is fully justified.  Also, possibly, unwise.
There is a distinction between what one has a “right” to do in “self defense”,
and what is wise to get drawn into.  Reflecting it is neither necessary, nor
likely to produce positive results, but if _that itself_ is the lesson to be
learned, what can I say?  Each chooses their own path, and that is as it should
be.  At least if one has considered the above, one should know what they are
stepping into.



Have you ever been momentarily overwhelmed by a
feeling of hopelessness? Heed the warning and look
to your enemies. A strong possibility exists that
you have been ill-wished, “overlooked” as the
elders would say. Witches are commonly blamed for
casting evil spells, but in truth very few indeed
care to risk a Three-Fold Return. This conviction
that a curse sent forth will return thrice to haunt
you is a doctrine bred in the bone and one as old
as the craft itself.

Keep in mind that psychic attack is often the work
of an amateur with latent power enlivened by envy
or rage. Hate is a strong motivation and a sharp
weapon. However, a malevolent thrust from the mind
of a novice is over in a flash. An untrained will
cannot sustain the proper degree of concentration
needed to do real harm. Nonetheless, it is only
wise to identify the perpetrator and protect
yourself from further negativity.

Visit the ocean (or any free-flowing body of water)
to fortify confidence with an ancient Irish pagan

     I bind to myself this day
     The swiftness of the wind,
     The power of the sea,
     The hardness of the rocks,
     The endurance of the earth.

Cense the air of your home to purify the space and
comfort the spirit under siege. Frankincense and
myrrh are incenses notable for driving away the
forces of evil intent.

Of all the earth’s herbal gifts, none affords more
effective protection than rue, the “herb of grace”.
Hang a fresh bunch over your doorway and carry a
dried sprig to shield against harm from the ill-

One of the simplest means to defeat psychic attack
is the Circle of Fire.

In privacy and complete darkness, light a candle.
Take a deep breath and stand as tall as you can.
Face east and raise the candle high above your head
for a moment. Bring the flame down to eye-level and
hold it there while you turn slowly deosil three
times. Concentrate your full attention on the blue
of the flame as you rotate in place. Raising the
candle high again, salute the east as you complete
the final circle. This erects a barrier through
which no evil thought can pass.

Pentacle Spell Wreath

Pentacle Spell Wreath


Materials Needed:
A wreath, preferably of grapevine
Any size Ribbon, of appropriate width.
On a 12″ wreath, you’ll want approx. 2 yards Dried flowers (optional)
Hot glue gun and sticks

This delightful creation is also very versitile. These wreaths are a sort of spell charm… allow me to explain. The color of the ribbon determines its purpose.

You could use light blue for a happy home or for healing, black for protection, purple for psychism or dreams… the possibilities are endless!

Cut the ribbon into five pieces, each one two inches longer than the inner diameter of the wreath. Now, lay a strip across and tack each end with glue.

Continue doing this with the other four pieces until you form the star on the back of the wreath.

Now, with the circular wreath and the ribbon star, you have the pentacle foramtion. Take it into your magick circle and charge it with its purpose. Then hang it where you will see it, or where its purpose is needed (a protection wreath would be nice on the back of a door

Wish Tree

Wish Tree




Floral wire
Brown floral tape
Small pot to put finished tree in
Floral foam to plant tree in
A nut (walnut or acorn or your choice; just a large nut)
Gauze material
Various herbs that symbolize wishes
Tags to label wishes
Thread or yarn (preferably white)
Fake green leaves that can be fastened to the branches
Fake flower buds
Fake full-bloomed flowers
Dried flowers (or something that looks like a withered flower)
Decorative moss or grass to put around tree’s base
Catalystic oil (such as dragon’s blood)
Blessing oil

Create the basic shape of a tree with five branches with the floral wire, then wrap it with brown floral tape (or use paper mache) until it resembles a tree. Allow the tree to have roots that will stick into the floral foam, leaving enough room for them to encircle a nut of your choice. Over the course of the wheel of the year, you’ll use the tree to represent five wishes you make. Here are the seasonal suggestions for how to use the tree:

Yule: Take your nut and anoint it with catalystic oil, encouraging it to grow. The bare tree symbolizes the year’s newness, beginning of possibility, a blank slate to write upon.

Imbolc: Make your wishes. Figure out a good combination of herbs to represent five different wishes. It is suggested that you take very small quantities of each herb (a pinch) and put them in a very small mixing receptacle, such as the bowl of a candlestick, where they can be stirred (with a toothpick, a chopstick, or the point of a knife) and perhaps enhanced with appropriate oils. Take each mixture and put it in a little sheet of gauze material, make a tiny bundle out of it, and hang it with thread or yarn on one branch of the tree. Label each bundle so that you know which bundle represents which wish. (You can label them with initials or codes and have the more elaborate version of each wish hidden somewhere else, so that wherever your tree is in your house, people cannot snoop into the business of your wishes if they’d be so inclined). Anoint each branch with catalystic oil to encourage growth.

Ostara: Add little green leaves to each tree branch as a symbol of the wishes beginning to manifest. As you fasten leaves to each branch (with the help of floral wire or tape), think about that particular wish and what you’re doing to help it come true. Anoint each branch with catalystic oil to encourage further growth.

Beltane: Add small buds to each leafy branch, to symbolize the beginning of the fruits of your labor, a symbol of being on the brink of success. Anoint each bud with catalystic oil to encourage further growth.

Litha: Replace the small buds with fully flowered miniatures, as a symbol of fortune being in full flower. This is when the wishes should have manifested by, when your hard work has paid off. Anoint each flower with a blessing oil, for thanks.

Lughnasadh: Replace the flowers with dried flower buds, which look as though they are withered flowers. Touch each with blessing oil, acknowledging the “harvest” of your wishes.

Mabon: Take the withered flowers off and place them around the base of the tree as though they have fallen off. Touch each branch with blessing oil.

Samhain: Take the leaves off the branches and place them around the base of the tree as though they have fallen off. Remove all the bundles and tags and burn them, creating ashes. Save the ashes until next season.

Your second year of using the tree, you can replace the nut with a new nut on Yule, and plant the old nut outside. Also place the ashes from the Samhain burning of the herbs and scatter them in the tree’s pot, underneath the foam, as a symbolic fertilization of next year’s tree. The year after that, you can bury both the previous year’s nut and its ashes together, once you have a new set of ashes.

Making a Dreamcatcher

Making a Dreamcatcher



The Dream Catcher originated in the Ojibwa Nation and was adopted by the Native Americans of many different nations. Traditionally made on a willow frame with sinew strands, the finished item was hung over the bed and used as a charm to protect sleeping children from nightmares. The dream catcher wasn’t intended to last forever, but to dry out and collapse over time as the child it protected entered adulthood.

The Ojibwa believe that a dream catcher changes peoples’ dreams, allowing the good to be filtered through, and the bad to hang in the net and disappear in the light of day.

To make your own, you will need:

A supple piece of wood or branch,about 1m in length
4 yards / 12 feet of wool (or suede)
3 yards / 9 feet of string (or sinew / imitation sinew)
A Clothes Peg
The colour scheme is a personal choice.

Step One.
Bend the branch around into shape and bind the ends together with a dab of glue and some string.

Step Two.
Cut 8ft of the wool (or suede). Glue one end to the ring and clip in place with the clothes peg until the glue is dry.

Wind the strand around the frame until you reach the starting point, leaving the entire outer ring wrapped neatly before gluing into place; again using the clothes peg to hold it until it dries. Be careful not to twist the thread as it goes round, it must lie flat.

Step Three.
Tie one end of the string (sinew) to the ring and then make nine half hitch knots around the ring, spacing them around ½” to 1” apart. Make the last knot a little closer to the first – this will prevent a large gap forming. Make sure the thread is pulled snugly between the knots.

Step Four.
Make the next row of the web by tying the hitches into the middle of the pre-woven row. Continue weaving in the same way until you have a small hole left in the centre. Once finished, tie a double knot in the cord, add a tiny drop of glue to the knot to give it extra security. When the glue is dry, cut off the remaining thread as close to the knot as possible.

Step Five.
From your remaining wool (suede), cut a 12” piece and fold it in half. Tie a knot in the open end. At the top of the ring, attach the cord by slipping the loop end through the ring and then around the ring and over the knot. Pull the lacing tight to secure it in place.

Step Six.
Cut three 8” pieces of wool (suede). Tie two of them approximately one third of the way up the ring on each side, use a double knot and a small dab of glue to keep them in place. Slip on the beads in whatever order you’ve chosen, then secure with another knot and spot of glue. Take the last piece and attach any remaining beads or decorative piece, like a concho to the top middle of the ring.

Step Seven.
Finally, push two feathers up inside the beads on each piece of lacing. Glue the feathers if they’re loose.

To make larger sizes:
Follow the same instructions as above, but the materials needed will vary.

12 inch rings needs approx. 7 yards / 21 feet of wool or suede lacing to bind it
9 inch ring – approx 6 yards / 18 feet
6 inch ring – approx 4 yards / 12 feet
Remember that you will need extra suede for the laces and hanger.

Fire Meditation

Fire Meditation



Light the fire in the fire pit, or you could use your favourite candles.

Sit in front of the fire but not to close about 1-2 meters away.
If you use candles then use four and set them down in a square.
Sit yourself in the middle of the candles.

Cross your legs and close your eyes, feel the fire on your face, listen to it and take a long breath.
Think about the spirit of the fire.
Think of the life of the fire and the energy!
Again, feel the fire again and take another long but slow breath
Open your eyes and say:

”I am the fire that glows bright,
The fire that is in me,
Fire is now connected with my soul,
For fire is one of my bound partners,
I am the fire that gives us light,
I am the one that glows a bright light.”





In Alchemy an upward pointing triangle is used to designate the element of Fire. In alchemic tradition, metals are incubated by fire in the womb of the Earth and alchemists only accelerate their development. In ancient Greek medicine, each of the four humours became associated with an element. Yellow bile was the humor identified with fire, since both were hot and dry. Other things associated with fire and yellow bile in ancient and medieval medicine included the season of summer, since it increased the qualities of heat and aridity; the choleric temperament (of a person dominated by the yellow bile humour); the masculine; and the eastern point of the compass.

Fire and the other Greek classical elements were incorporated into the Golden Dawn system. The elemental weapon of Fire is the Wand or Athame. The archangel of Fire is Michael. The Fire elementals are Salamanders.

Common Magickal Attributes include:

Cardinal direction: South
Season: Summer
Time of Day: Noon
Time of Life: Youth
Colours: Red or Orange, and sometimes black (infrared)
Tarot Suit: Wands or Swords in the Minor Arcana. Wands are traditionally associated with Fire, and still are in most Tarot decks, however, increasingly decks are being published with Wands associated with Air and Swords with Fire. This is still a matter of debate within the esoteric and Wiccan community.
Rules: Inspiration, Passion
Altar Tool: Candle or Incense
Energy: Masculine

Other correspondences include blood, rubies, and in writing Fire is sometimes represented by a red upwards triangle.
In rituals, fire is represented in the forms of burning objects, love spells, baking and lighting candles or fires.
The manifestations of the element are found in the sun, lightning, fire, volcanoes and lava, and all forms of light.
Cats of all types, especially the lion and tiger, are also thought to personify the element of fire, as are all predatory creatures, such as the fox.
Other mythic and legendary creatures of fire include Phoenix, Drake and Dragon.
Fire’s place on the pentagram is the lower right point.