Saturday & The Perfect Corresponding Spells
Saturday is the sixth day of the workweek. It’s officially the weekend. Some see it as one of the luckiest days for gambling. It’s one of those days where you can do what you need around your home and relax, as well. You can take care of a little business, then, reap the rewards. It’s a really good day to do collect, courage, reap, gamble, and exercise spells.
Collect Spells – Collect My Debt Spell
1 sheet of paper
1 pen or pencil
1 gray ribbon
1 white candle
1 bottle of glue
1 lighter or match
Light a white candle and close your eyes. Think about the money that is owed to you and how you feel about that situation. If you are angry at the person who owes you money, get rid of that anger now. Get the sheet of paper, bottle of glue, and a penny, and place them in front of you. Now, write down how much is owed to you on the sheet of paper. After that, below where you wrote the figure, glue the penny to the paper. Allow the glue to dry. Without breaking the penny from the paper, roll the paper up and tie the gray ribbon around it. Place the scroll you just made under your bed. Soon, you should be able to collect the debt. Once you collect the debt, remove the penny, give it away, and discard the scroll.
Courage Spells – Courage Bracelet Spell
Items you will need:
1 foot of orange yarn
3 white jewelry beads
1 pinch of orange peel spice
2 ounces of warm water
Fill a glass with two ounces of warm water. Add a pinch of orange peel. Let this soak for an hour. Then, soak the orange strand of yarn for about thirty minutes. Take out the yarn, discard the water, and hand the yarn out to dry. Once it has dried, string the three beads onto the yarn. Lastly, tie the yarn around your wrist and cut off the excess. From this moment on, whenever you feel scared, look at the bracelet and you should feel courageous.
Gamble Spells – Nickel Flip Spell
Items you will need for this spell:
Put a nickel in your hands and shake it around. Say this chant three times, as you continue to shake it around:
“A nickel for my bet
Better for my hand
I’m sure to pick a winner.
For which it stands.”
When you are done saying this chant, take the nickel, flip it, and think of a “YES” or “NO” gambling question. If the nickel lands on heads, the answer is “YES.” If the nickel lands on tails, the answer is “NO.”
A Witch’s Week of Spells and Activities
Helga C. Loueen