Sunday

Wealthy Week

On a Sunday evening, burn a gold candle surrounded by piles of loose change. It is important not to count the cash. If there are so few coins you cannot help but notice, cover them with a handkerchief. Watching the candle flame, say:

“Thank you for the money I have already received from the invisible world.”

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Leave the candle to burn down and extinguish itself. Afterward gather up the coins. You will need them for the next evening’s spell.

On Monday burn a white candle in the same way, adding to the heap of coins any more you have accumulated throughout the day. Repeat words of thanks for money already received from the invisible world.

On Tuesday use a pink candle and add to the coin collection the loose change the day has brought you. Speak the magic words again.

Continue with the words and the same coins, adding daily to the pile. Use a red candle on Wednesday, a green candle on Thursday, a blue candle on Friday, and on Saturday a green candle.

Stash away your cash and reserve it for money spells. The more coins you accumulate, the greater the power of attraction.

(Of course, you can also throw the coins into your purse.)

Found in:
The Good Spell Book by Gillian Kemp

Healing Mantras Romany Style

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Here are five simple mantra style Romany chants for vitality and good health. These are enhanced when done on a Sunday. Light a candle and some incense, (pine is a good choice) and then spend 10 minutes chanting one of the following mantras:

  1. Remma, Remma, Remma, Remma …
  2. Ergoo, Ergoo, Ergoo, Erboo …
  3. Salaba Poten Salaba vo; Salaba Poten salaba vo;
    Salaba Poten Salaba vo: Salaba Poten salaba vo …
  4. Akasa, Akasa, Akasa, Akasa …
  5. Tatum tatum tatum vel; Tatum tatum tatum vel;
    Tatum tatum tatum vel; Tatum tatum tatum vel …

From: Chant-O-Matics

Break a Streak of Bad Luck

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Go for a walk and pick up seven twigs from the ground, one to represent each day of the week. Traditionally, the twigs should be ash for Monday, beech for Tuesday, elm for Wednesday, oak for Thursday, horse chestnut for Friday, yew for Saturday, and elder for Sunday.

Take them home, snap them into pieces, and burn them in the hearth or a bonfire. Say:

Ill luck is broken,
As these words are spoken.

From: The Good Spell Book

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