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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2 thoughts on “The WItches Magick for the 3rd Day of the Mead Moon – Over the Moon Spell

  1. So does this only work with cats or dogs? If so is there any way I’d be able to empower my bond with my rabbit?


    1. I will tell you a sure fire way of creating that bond with your rabbit, it is simple and how we do it in the hills. I know you are aware that just playing with our babies sometimes accident occur and we get scratched and blood is drawn. When that happens, hold out the wound and let your rabbit smell the blood. Up here, we let the animals decide if they want to bond with us, so this is where this part comes in. Don’t force the rabbit to taste the blood, let him/her sniff it, let him/her taste it if it wants too. I know sounds nasty but it creates one heck of a bond. Let the rabbit decide and if he taste the blood let him lick as much as he likes. Like I said doing it this way, let’s your animal decide. It seems if we give them that decision, you have an unbreakable life-long bond.

      As far as the spell you asked about, it can be adapted for rabbits or any other animal you wish to use it one. I hope I have answered your question. If you need anything else, just holler.
      Have a great Imbolc,
      Lady A


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