The Lunar Witch’s Guide To Moon Spells: Rituals, Manifestation, and More

In witchcraft, moon magic is really popular for a reason. Using the power of the moon to cast all types of spells, including moon spells, is extremely effective!

After all, one of the reasons we live cyclically is because of the moon. Even if you aren’t into moon phases or don’t actually notice when there’s a new moon versus a full moon, your body and your emotions definitely know.

I typically work as an eclectic witch, pulling from both folk magic and traditional magic, but I do consider myself a lunar witch or moon witch too, because I work so closely with the energy of the moon. I find that the moon is incredibly powerful and comforting at the same time, making it the perfect energetic force for both beginner and advanced witches!

Today, I’m sharing everything I know about moon spells and being a moon witch. This post will be about more than just manifestation. Specifically, I’ll go into the various spells, rituals, and manifestation techniques that I use during each moon phase, as well as how to work with the moon and …

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At the Full or Waxing moon phase just before midnight anoint a PURPLE candle with real VANILLA essential oil or extract. Raise energy by tightening yourself up and pumping your hands, fingers to palms, up and down, and envisioning the moonlight as entering your body and flowing to the candle whilst you anoint it. Do this outside or before a window opened to the moonlight. Place the candle on the ground or windowsill and light it. Say:- 

“Fair Selene, Goddess of the Moon, love and light, I ask you to send me your magickal 
powers this moon lit night, By the power of the myriad starlight above me. 
And your moonlit heavens, so shall it be! ” 

Visualize your outstretched arms as soaking up the moonlight and the moonbeams being absorbed into you. You will feel the Goddess giving you her awesome power, snuff (NEVER blow out) your candle and leave it overnight on your altar or where it is. 

Either at the sunrise, or just before mid-day. Place the candle in the same place and 
stand arms outstretched towards the sun soaking up the energy of its heat and sunbeams, Say: 

“Great Ra, Lord of the sky and solar power, Lend your fiery magick to me. 
Let this witches powers be reawakened and be as powerful as the forces of the cool Moon and burning sun, By soil, wind, flame and sea, 
Grant my desire. So mote it be! ” 

Now your Magickal powers and your desire to use them will have been reawakened. 
Take your snuffed out candle to your altar and relight it there to burn out as a mark of 
respect to the God and Goddess. Spells are far more powerful if you write them yourself.

March Full Moon Correspondences – Printable

Most common name is the Worm Moon

7 March 2023 Southern Hemisphere’s Planetary Positions

If you need to calculate the planetary positions for a specific use and time, click on this link

To figure out GMT (Greenwich Mean Time) to your local time use this link  

For Your Local Time and Date 

Southeastern Hemisphere

This local time is in Sao Paulo, Brazil, South America

7 March 2023
06:00 pm GMT 3:00 PM BRT
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:16 Pisces 54
Moon:19 Virgo 23
Mercury:08 Pisces 22
Venus:18 Aries 52
Mars:21 Gemini 54
Jupiter:13 Aries 24
Saturn:00 Pisces 01
Uranus:15 Taurus 45
Neptune:24 Pisces 48
Pluto:29 Capricorn 40

True Lunar Node:04 Taurus 55 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:06 Taurus 43 Rx

Lilith (Black Moon):06 Leo 31

Chiron:14 Aries 12
Ceres:03 Libra 26 Rx
Pallas:12 Cancer 14
Juno:27 Aries 47
Vesta:12 Aries 18

Eris:24 Aries 11


Southern Hemisphere

This local time is in Cape Town, South Africa

7 March 2023
03:00 pm GMT 5:00 PM SAST
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:16 Pisces 46
Moon:17 Virgo 51
Mercury:08 Pisces 09
Venus:18 Aries 43
Mars:21 Gemini 51
Jupiter:13 Aries 22
Saturn:00 Pisces 00
Uranus:15 Taurus 45
Neptune:24 Pisces 48
Pluto:29 Capricorn 40

True Lunar Node:04 Taurus 56 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:06 Taurus 44 Rx

Lilith (Black Moon):06 Leo 30

Chiron:14 Aries 12
Ceres:03 Libra 28 Rx
Pallas:12 Cancer 13
Juno:27 Aries 43
Vesta:12 Aries 15

Eris:24 Aries 11


Southwestern Hemisphere

This local time is in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

7 March 2023
04:00 am GMT 3:00 PM AEDT
Zodiac: Tropical (Standard Western)

Sun:16 Pisces 19
Moon:12 Virgo 16
Mercury:07 Pisces 20
Venus:18 Aries 10
Mars:21 Gemini 39
Jupiter:13 Aries 16
Saturn:29 Aquarius 57
Uranus:15 Taurus 44
Neptune:24 Pisces 47
Pluto:29 Capricorn 39

True Lunar Node:05 Taurus 00 Rx
Mean Lunar Node:06 Taurus 45 Rx

Lilith (Black Moon):06 Leo 27

Chiron:14 Aries 10
Ceres:03 Libra 33 Rx
Pallas:12 Cancer 08
Juno:27 Aries 28
Vesta:12 Aries 02

Eris:24 Aries 11


A Thought for Today – Prayer to the (March) Worm Moon

Archaeologists Find Well-Preserved 500-Year-Old Spices on Baltic Shipwreck

By Tom Little

LUND, Sweden (Reuters) – Archaeologists say they have uncovered a “unique” cache of well-preserved spices, from strands of saffron to peppercorns and ginger, on the wreck of a royal ship that sunk off Sweden’s Baltic coast more than 500 years ago.

The wreck of the Gribshund, owned by King Hans of Denmark and Norway, has lain off the coast off Ronneby since 1495 when it is thought to have caught fire and sank as the monarch attended a political meeting ashore in Sweden.

Rediscovered by sports divers in the 1960s, sporadic excavations of the ship have taken place in recent years. Previous dives recovered large items such as figureheads and timber. Now an excavation led by Brendan Foley, an archaeological scientist at Lund University, has found the spices buried in the silt of the boat.

“The Baltic is strange – it’s low oxygen, low temperature, low salinity, so many organic things are well preserved in the Baltic where they wouldn’t be well preserved elsewhere in the world ocean system,” said Foley. “But to find spices like this is quite extraordinary.” …

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Spell for Today – Peaceful Dreams Spell

Peaceful Dreams Spell

If your need for a nightmare spell is more about stopping them than causing them, then this water elemental spell can bring a calmer sleep.

You’ll need to have these supplies:

A few big pinches of coarse salt

1/2 oz dried rosemary

1 oz dried rose petals

1 oz dried valerian

3 pieces of polished moonstone

A clear glass bowl

Fill your bowl with pure water, then add the other ingredients. Give it a stir with your fingers before going to bed. Repeat the lines of the spell:

Bring me quiet
Bring me peace
Ease my dreams
Nightmares cease

Keep the bowl near your bed while you sleep. It will absorb any negative energies in the room that could be effecting your sleep and dreams. I do have a sleep spells page too that has a few other rituals that can help at bedtime if nightmares aren’t your only problem.

Some of the Witchcraft/Magickal Correspondence for Monday

Day: Monday ( Moon-day)

Planet: Moon

Colors: Silver and White and Grey

Crystals: Moonstone, Pearl, Aquamarine, Silver, Selenite

Aroma: Jasmine, Lemon, Sandalwood, Moon Oil, African violet, Honeysuckle, Myrtle, Willow, and Wormwood

Herb: Moonwart

The sacred day of the Moon, personified by such goddesses as Selene, Luna, Diana, and Artemis. The Moon is ruler of flow affecting the changeable aspects of people. If a full moon falls on a Monday, its powers are at their most potent. Magical aspects: peace, sleep, healing, compassion, friendships, psychic awareness, purification, and fertility

Monday is ruled by the moon – an ancient symbol of mystery and peace. Monday is a special day for mothers as the cycle of the moon has long been associated with the female menstrual cycle. Those wishing to conceive a baby would be wise to try on a Monday as the magic of motherhood is strong and pregnancy is in the air.

This is the proper day of the week to perform spells and rituals involving agriculture, animals, female fertility, messages, reconciliation’s, theft, voyages, dreams, emotions, clairvoyance, home, family, medicine, cooking, personality, merchandising, psychic work, Faerie magic, and Goddess rituals.

Magickal Applications for Mondays

Monday is named after the moon. The Latin term for Monday is Dies Lunae (“moon’s day”); in the Old English language, this day was Monandaeg; in Greek, it was Hermera Selenes. All of these different names and languages translate to the same thing: the “day of the moon.”

Working with the different phases of the moon is an important skill that takes a bit of time for Witches to learn. So why not cut to the chase and experiment with the day of the week that is dedicated to the moon in all of its magickal energies and aspects?

Magickally, Monday encourages the lunar energies of inspiration, illusion, prophetic dreams, emotions, psychic abilities, travel, women’s mysteries, and fertility.


Book of Witchery: Spells, Charms & Correspondences for Every Day of the Week
Ellen Dugan

Witchcraft Symbols, Terms and Definitions – HEXAGRAM or SIX-POINTED STAR


When surrounded by a circle, it represents the “divine mind” to many occult groups throughout the centuries. Many still use it in occult rituals. But to Jewish people, it is their Star of David.

Crystal, Gems, and Stones Meanings and Magickal Usage

Moonstone/Oligoclase from

Chemistry: Na(90-70%) Ca(10-30%) (Al, Si)AlSiO8, Sodium calcium aluminum silicate.

Class: Silicates

Subclass: Tectosilicates

Group: Feldspars

Uses: ornamental and semi-precious stone and as mineral specimens.


Oligoclase is not a well-known mineral but has been used as a semi-precious stone under the names of sunstone and moonstone. Sunstone has flashes of reddish color caused by inclusions of hematite. Moonstone shows a glowing shimmer similar to labradorescence, but lacking in color. The display is produced from lamellar intergrowths inside the crystal. These intergrowths result from compatible chemistries at high temperatures becoming incompatible at lower temperatures and thus a separating and layering of these two phases. The resulting shimmer effect is caused by a ray of light entering a layer and being refracted back and forth by deeper layers before it exits the crystal. This refracted ray has a different character than when it went in and produces the moonlike glow. Moonstone is an alternate birthstone for the month of June.

Oligoclase is a member of the Plagioclase Feldspar Group. The plagioclase series comprises minerals that range in chemical composition from pure NaAlSiO8Albite to pure CaAlSiOanorthite. Oligoclase by definition must contain 90-70% sodium to 10-30% calcium in the sodium/calcium position of the crystal structure. The various plagioclase feldspars are identified from each other by gradations in index of refraction and density in the absence of chemical analysis and/or optical measurements.

All plagioclase feldspars show a type of twinning that is named after albite. Albite Law twinning produces stacks of twin layers that are typically only fractions of millimeters to several millimeters thick. These twinned layers can be seen as striation like grooves on the surface of the crystal and unlike true striations these also appear on the cleavage surfaces. The Carlsbad Law twin produces what appears to be two intergrown crystals growing in opposite directions. Two different twin laws, the Manebach and Baveno laws, produce crystals with one prominant mirror plane and penetrant angles or notches into the crystal. Although twinned crystals are common, single crystals showing a perfect twin are rare and are often collected by twin fanciers.


Color is usually off-white or gray or pale shades of green, yellow or brown.

Luster is vitreous to dull if weathered..

Transparency crystals are translucent to transparent.

Crystal System is triclinic; bar 1

Crystal Habits include blocky, or tabular crystals. Crystals have a nearly rectangular or square cross-section with slightly slanted dome and pinacoid terminations. Twinning is almost universal in all plagioclases. Crystals can be twinned according to the Albite, Carlsbad, Manebach and Baveno laws. Oligoclase can be found as a major rock forming component in granites and syenites.

Cleavage is perfect in one and good in another direction forming nearly right angled prisms.

Fracture is conchoidal.

Hardness is 6 – 6.5.

Specific Gravity is approximately 2.64 – 2.68 (average)

Streak is white.

Associated Minerals are quartzmuscovite and K-feldspars.

Other Characteristics: index of refraction is 1.533 – 1.552. Lamellar twinning may cause a grooved effect on cystal and cleavage surfaces that appear as striations.

Notable Occurrences include Sri Lanka; New York, USA; Russia; Sweden and Canada.

Best Field Indicators are occurrence, twinning striations, shimmer, density and index of refraction.

All About Rainbow Moonstone & It’s Hidden Powers from

Rainbow moonstone.. such a magical stone! The name ‘Rainbow Moonstone’ was given due to the gemstone’s white sheen color that changes if it is rolled or rotated. The iridescent flashes on the gemstone have captivated the hearts of jewelry lovers for centuries. Moonstone is a mineral of the feldspar group and the optical phenomenon that causes the color play is known as Adularescence. The light moves across the gem much like the moonlight glides over a large body of water hence causing the extraordinary glow. The light reflects off of the thin layers of the feldspar minerals within the moonstone. The layers act as a diffuser, hence softening the light and allowing it to bounce around.

With its otherworldly facade, moonstone has mesmerized people of different cultures. Its use can be traced back to the ancient civilizations. The Romans believed that the moonstone was born from the solidified rays of the moon. The Greeks and the Romans have long associated the gem with their lunar gods. Other cultures strongly coveted that the stone’s powers were with the moon. It was especially prized during a full moon.

Although the Rainbow Moonstone found its way into jewelry throughout history, it wasn’t until the early 1900s that the stone became an iconic focal point. Rainbow Moonstone became immensely popular with various artists and goldsmiths during the Art Nouveau period, in the early 20th century. In the preceding years it was mainly used as an accent stone. Artisans like René Lalique focused on using natural, mystical stones with unique properties which were favored over glitzy stones. But the movement was short lived and it was soon followed by Art Deco which emphasized on the use of diamonds and precious gemstones. It wasn’t until the late 1960s that moonstone came back into fashion.

Seen as a veiled spectacle of light passing over the moon, the gemstone is highly valued among the monks, shamans, spiritualists, and devotees from various religions. The pearly iridescence it showcases holds a deep meaning and has a towering significance.

As ancient as the moon itself, the meaning of the Rainbow Moonstone lies within its playful glimmer. Its power nourishes, gives passion and awakens your feminine energies. The gemstone has the ability to not only heal you but is believed to guide you to your inner path. With the waxing and waning of the moon, it evokes tranquility and peace that has a sensual, enigmatic feel to it. It emanates an exuberance that can re-energizes a person’s mind, body and wash the negativity away. Enveloped in gleaming rays of gold, blue and purple the Rainbow Moonstone is embraced with white energy that makes it a protective gem.

But what does it really mean?

Often connected to the water signs, the Rainbow Moonstone is associated with lots of healing properties :

Enhances intuition

Makes wearer more accepting of change

Alleviates fear associated with change

Balances emotions

Promotes a calm mood

Encourages peace, harmony, and balance

Improves confidence

Helps a person become more passionate

Often called the “visionary stone”, Rainbow Moonstone mostly occurs in the regions of Armenia, Australia, the Alps in Austria, Mexico, Madagascar, Myanmar, Norway, Poland, India, Sri Lanka and the United States.

Goddess Of The Day: THALIA


Feast of Fools (Europe)

Themes: Humor; Festivity; Recreation

Symbols: Party Decorations

About Thalia:

Among the Greek muses, Thalia is the goddess of festivity and humor. She inspires today’s celebration with unbridled revelry and joyfulness to round out the year on a playful, upbeat note.

To Do Today:

During the Middle Ages, around this time of year, a mock religious ritual took place, much like the impious Saturnalia. Normal roles were often reversed, and reverence went by the wayside, replaced by fun and pleasure.

I see no reason not to follow the example of our ancestors and give ourselves time to frolic a bit today. Do something that energizes you, inspires you, or makes you laugh out loud. For example, throw yourself a party complete with silly decorations and hats. Watch your favorite comedy flicks with folks who make you feel good, and generally let Thalia live through (and in )in your pleasure.

To keep Thalia’s playful, enthusiastic energy with you, bless an amethyst ( for joy and luck), saying,

Thalia, inspire my humor and muse;
throughout my life, joy diffuse.
Carry this with you anytime you feel your sense of humor waning.


By Patricia Telesco

Flower Meaning, Symbolize, and Spiritual Meaning

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Hibiscus flower meanings include ephemeral beauty, romantic love and passion, friendship, hospitality, and joy. The quintessential tropical flower, the hibiscus originated in Asia and then made its way to other warm places around the world, including Polynesia, Australia, New Zealand, Hawaii, Florida, and the Caribbean. Not only are hibiscus flowers considered beautiful, they have significant spiritual meanings in many cultures.

In this post, we’ll explore all aspects of hibiscus symbolism and meaning, including hibiscus spiritual and color meaning. In addition, I’ll provide some information on growing hibiscus plants, their care, and uses.

March 6 Divination Journal – Part 2

I Ching


Hexagram Fifty- Two/52

Kên / The Mountain

Above this Mountain’s summit another more majestic rises:
The Superior Person is mindful to keep his thoughts in the here and now.

Stilling the sensations of the Ego, he roams his courtyard without moving a muscle, unencumbered by the fears and desires of his fellows.
This is no mistake.


There is a higher vantage point available to you, but it is obscured by the visible peak of personal ambition.
To climb to this higher plane, you must shake off the desires and fears of the conscious, visible world around you.
To make this journey you must quiet the Ego, empty your mind of past and future, and dwell totally in the moment at hand.
Thorough mindfulness of what is before you is the only tranquility.
Be. Here. Now.


Angel Number

Animal Spirit Guide or Animal Spirit Helper