Printable Money Jar Spell for Monday

 

Saturday and Binding Spells: A Commonsense Guideline

If you don’t like the idea of using poppets and have decided to work a binding, and you have a handle on your emotions, then here are some commonsense guidelines that I suggest you follow:

* Bindings are best performed on a Saturday.

* Work the binding at sunset and you pull into the spell the closing energies of not only the day, but of the entire week.

* Work with black candles; they coordinate with Saturn’s energies and they are the classic magickal color for this type of witchery.

Finally, to be crystal clear, a binding is the act of psychically restraining a harmful person or criminal so that their actions cannot harm anyone else. The goddess to call on is Hecate, and she is a mighty magickal force. Consider your words and actions carefully when you call on her. How you choose to work a binding is up to you. At this point, I suggest that you take a moment and draft out your binding spell on paper. Go carefully, and remember to harm none.

You may experience some dramatic special effects when working with Hecate. Don’t be taken aback if the wind picks up….if you candles flicker and snap…..or if you begin to notice barking or howling dogs. The animals sense when Hecate is near. Yes, we have gotten very serious all of a sudden. That’s because a binding is a serious matter. Surprised? Don’t be. Just because I tend to look at things from a humorous perspective doesn’t mean I am not serious when the situation calls for it.

This invocation includes some of the correspondences for Hecate. If you choose, you can add these to your spellwork. (This would also be a fine addition to the opening of poppet magick). A general invocation for Hecate follows.

Source

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

Ellen Dugan

Life in The Craft Monthly Magazine Coming Straight to Your Emails Inbox

 
I have started a once-a-month magazine PDF email to send to anyone who would like information about different topics covered a little more in depth than it would be in a regular post on the WOTC website. All articles in this magazine will not be posted on the WOTC website. The magazine will be free until the April issue. Staring with the May 2022 the price for each issue will be $3.00 payable every three months payable in advance. Back issues are available for $3.00. Payments can be made through the DONATE button on the left side of WOTC’s hompage. You may have to scroll down to find it especially when using our mobile app.

The topics are going to include are but not limited to:

More in-depth knowledge of tarot and/or oracle cards and/or other types of readings such as an Animal Spirit reading. Each issue will have one type of a general reading for that month. Each issue will focus on 1 major and minor tarot card number. 

More in-depth knowledge for astrological readings. Such as what does the Rx mean in the daily custom Planetary positions post?

Any gatherings that will be held during the month. For example, an Esbat or a Sabbat and/or an open chat.

Recipes regular and herbal. Spells. Longer Solitary rituals. I would enjoy having people submit their recipes, spells, and rituals to be included along with the name you would like to use so I can give you credit for your submission.

More topics that might be covered in an issue Goddesses, Gods, Meditation, Pagan/Witch Arts and Crafts, things for Children, a couple of fiction and/or non-fiction book lists with a short summary plus whatever else I and/or you think others may find interesting for that month

Each issue will cover topics that pertain to the specific month of the issue I will be emailing.  It will come in a PDF format so you can print it out the whole issue or just print whatever pages you find helpful and like. I want to keep each month’s magazine will be somewhere around 25 pages or less.

If I use things from a book or an internet website Dandelion cannot make any editing changes to it due to copyright laws.

Hopefully you are now asking yourself “How do I sign up to get this witchy/pagan magazine?” To start receiving this once-a-month magazine that began with the first issue that came out on January 30,2022 just email me at ladybeltane@aol.com, please put the email address you would like it sent to in the body of the email, so I make sure it gets to you. No one else will see your email address because I will be putting them in the BCC address line to make sure your personal information stays private. Also, email me anytime to tell me what topics you would like me to try to cover in a future issue, feedback on ay issue and anything you would like to submit to be considered to have published in an issue. To ensure you get your copy please send your email address to me once by the 27th of May for June’s issue. I will not be adding anyone to the emailing list after this date! If you asked for the February issue, there is no need to ask for any of the other issues as you are already on the email list for Life in The Craft magazine. Those that signed up for the first issue in February 2022 you only have 2 more issues before you need to pay the monthly subscription fee. If you do not pay the fee you will be taken off of the emailing list.

If at any time you want to unsubscribe just email me and ask to be taken off the list and if you would not mind telling me the reason why you longer want to receive the minor magazine any longer, I would greatly appreciate it. Knowing the reason, you no longer wish to subscribe can help to improve the magazine. Donations for the subscription is not necessary but are always very much appreciated.

As I am the only person posting on WOTC, writing the magazine, replying to emails and running WOTC’s School of Witchcraft among other things I usually spend over 40 hours a week to bring you what I hope is interesting information to you. I now have an Editor who is volunteering her time to fix my mistakes. Please help me thank Dandelion for her time and hard work in bring a more professional looking magazine to you. A huge thank you from me K. for volunteering to fix my mistakes which can take some time and for all the other editing you have done for me. 

GUIDELINES FOR ALL GATHERINGS AND OPEN CHATS 

GUIDELINES FOR ALL GATHERINGS AND OPEN CHATS 

No matter what spiritual path you follow or the type of witchcraft you practice, except dark practitioners, you are welcome to join us for our open chats and Esbat and Sabbat gatherings. The Sabbat gatherings celebrate both the Northern and Southern Hemispheres’ Sabbat. Look at the banner on the right side of the page for information on upcoming Heart’s Spirit Online Coven events. They are all held via Skype. You can join us by typing in your message or response. 

The main guideline for when we are gathered on Skype or anywhere else for any reason is the Wicce Rede: “An’ ye harm none, do what ye will.” 

No one will be allowed to use foul, rude, racist, hurtful, hateful, or gender-bashing language at any time during any type of gathering. Anyone not following this guideline will be kicked out of the gatherings immediately and blocked forever. 

This is not a dating site! If you attempt to hook up with someone or use sexually suggestive language toward anyone else at the gathering, you will be kicked out and blocked forever. 

During Esbat and Sabbat gatherings, all conversations will cease 1 minute before the sacred circle is cast until the sacred circle has been closed. 

During Esbat and Sabbat gatherings, no one may leave the circle without permission from the person leading it. If you leave the sacred circle for any reason, except if the electronic device you are using to attend disconnects you, we ask that you do not re-enter the sacred circle. 

When attending a Sabbat gathering, we ask that you stay for both hemispheres’ rituals. * 

* SABBAT GATHERINGS 

Once the circle starts, all socializing and/or comments about the rituals must stop unless you see the word “EVERYONE” in the ritual.  You will get one warning if you break this guideline. If you break it a second time, you will be asked to and expected to leave the gathering immediately. There will be no exceptions to this guideline as it is rude to the person or persons leading the ritual (s). If you do not leave you will be taken out of the gathering by Lady Beltane. If this happens again at another gathering, you will be permanently banned from attending any Heart’s Spirit Online Coven gatherings. There are no exceptions to this.  

No one should enter or leave the chat room from the time the sacred circle is cast until the sacred circle is closed. To enter or leave the chat room (the computer knocking you out of the chat room during this time is the only exception for re-entering the circle) during this time breaks the circle, and whoever is leading the circle needs to take their time and energy to close it up again. 

All electronics in the room you are in during the gathering should be shut off except for the device you are using to access the gathering as the energy raised during the circle can possibly do minor or major damage to other devices. 

Everyone attending an Esbat and/or Sabbat gathering is welcome to stay after the circle is done to visit with the others and/or offer other ideas for the ritual performed at that gathering. 

These are simple guidelines and show courtesy to all people attending the gatherings and those leading them. Not obeying all the guidelines could get you banned from all Heart’s Spirit Online Coven gatherings and open chats for life. 

Any questions about the guidelines and/or anything to do with Heart’s Spirit Online Coven, the open chats, WOTC’s School of Witchcraft, and Esbat and/or Sabbat gatherings can be emailed to Lady Beltane at ladybeltane@aol.com. All emails will be answered as soon as possible after receiving it.  

If you want to attend any type of gathering, please read this guide. When you email Lady Beltane for the information to join the gathering, please include this phrase “In perfect love and perfect trust.” in the email so I know you have read the entire handbook. 

All lessons are copyright 1980-2025© by Lady Beltane. They cannot be reprinted or reposted without author’s expressed written permission. 

We do not write spells or do spells, hexes, curses, rituals, or any other type of magick for anyone, so please do not email us asking us to do any of these. If you do, your email will wind up in spam and then deleted. 

 

The Witch Said What?!

A thought to start your week with…

Blessed be dear Sisters, Brothers, and honored Guests!

Printable Sun Spell

Pagan Meal Blessing Spell

Meal Blessing Spell

You can do this any day, or on a special occasion, before preparing a meal.

1. Light a candle in the kitchen and pass your hand three times, clockwise, over the food you are preparing.

2. Say softly three times:
“A blessing on the meal and peace on earth.”
3. Before setting the dining table, carry the same candle to the center of the table.

4. When the food is on the table, or just before you serve it, say:

“Give thanks to the Mother Earth.
Give thanks to the Father Sun.
Give thanks to the plants in the garden,
Where the Mother and Father are One.”
If you know the people well, you could say these blessing words before the meal. But if not, say them silently in your heart.

Printable Return to Sender

This spell is from spells8.com

The Witch Said What?!

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Guided Meditation with Pluto

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Wiccan Goddess Chant

Let’s Have Some Fun – Printable Coloring Page

Smells like witch spirit: How the ancient world’s scented sorceresses influence ideas about magic today

Most perfume ads suggest that the right scent can make you sexy, alluring and successful. A blend by Black Phoenix Alchemy Labs, meanwhile, offers to make you smell like Hecate, the three-faced Greek goddess of witchcraft.

As a classics scholar who studies both magic and the senses in the ancient world, this idea of a witch-inspired perfume fascinates me – and “Hecate” is just one of many magic-inspired fragrances available today.

What does a witch smell like, and why would you deliberately perfume yourself like one?

Smells are impossible to see or touch, yet they affect us emotionally and even physically. That’s similar to how many people think of magic, and cultures around the world have connected the two. My current research is focused on how magic and scent were linked in ancient Rome and Greece, ideas that continue to shape views of witches in the West today.

Greeks and Romans of all walks of life believed in magic and used spells ranging from curses to healing magic and garden charms. Magical handbooks from the time show that Greco-Egyptian magicians used fragrance extensively in their rituals, even scented inks, and doctors believed strong-smelling plant species to be more medically effective than others. The gods themselves were thought to smell sweet, and places they touched retained a pleasant odor, making scent a sign of contact with the divine.

Witches wielding perfumes …

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