- A decorative bowl
- 5 small red candles – tealights make an excellent choice
- Cinnamin Stick – for prosperity
- Allspice – for success
- Handful of spare change.
Light the candle and allow it to burn all the way down. The next day, remove the spent candle and add any spare change that you may have accumulated. Remember to say “thank you.” Now, put the second red candle on top of the money, sprinkle the allspice, and say the charm.
Do this for five days in a row, and your money magic will be activated, empowered, recharged, and amplified.
What if you end up with so much spare change that your bowl is filled with money before the 5 days are up? Or if you absolutely need to use some of it? No worries. You can take money from the bowl, just be sure to leave at least 5 coins.
From: The Good Spell Book
The following is a Romany ritual to greet the New Moon. Greet each new moon by chanting something like this:
Here is the New Moon.
The New Moon has arrived.
Be lucky for me now.
You’ve found me penniless.
Leave me rich and prosperous.
Leave us with money.
Leave us with good health.
Leave us with love.
So here is a spell that anyone can do:
Blow bubbles with a straw in your morning coffee
to bring about a prosperous day.
I know it sounds kind of silly, but I found it in all three of my books on Gypsy Magic. So I am assuming that it works. And I think that if the bubbles show up spontaneously – that’s even better.
Light a green candle. Let it burn for five minutes, then blow it out. Rub your hands in the smoke and imagine money coming to you.
The Good Spell Book
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.”
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.)
The Good Spell Book by Gillian Kemp
Place a small bowl or cup in a place you will see it every day. Hold 3 coins of any denomination in your dominant hand and say:
Trinka Five, Trinka Five,
Ancient spirits come alive.
Money grow and money thrive
Spirits of the Trinka five.
Toss the coins in the container. Repeat the spell daily, tossing 3 coins in the dish each day for nine consecutive days. Then continue doing the spell once a week until you have the money you need.
On the night of the crescent moon, place a coin on a windowsill with the head facing up. This encourages money to increase.
Leave it there until the moon is full, then flip the coin so the tails side is facing up. This encourages money problems to diminish.
Then, keeping in harmony with the moon phases, finish the spell by removing the coin on a new or full moon.
Hints and tips:
Any coin can be used for this charm. Wash the coin first in warm soapy water, and then rinse with fresh cold water. To increase the effectiveness of this spell, use a silver dollar, or a coin that has significance to you – such as a quarter from the state in which you live, or a coin minted the same year you were born, etc.
From: The Good Spell Book
The Romanies say that when money is urgently needed by a certain date, this spell works wonders. One thing to remember: it must be performed at the witching hour of midnight.
Take one white votive (or tea light) candle to represent each $100 or $1,000 that you critically need. Stand them on a plate you often eat from.
At a quarter to midnight, sit in a room with no electric lights. Light a gold or silver, green or white candle (not one of those representing the needed money). This is the candle that will give power to the “money” votive candles and will enable you to see what you are doing.
Now work your magic. Pray for a circle of gold light to be placed around you for protection and for a circle of blue light to be placed around you for healing.
Pick up a votive candle and light it from the main candle flame. As you do so, say that the votive you are lighting represents the $100 or $1000 you need. Place on the plate to begin a circle of “money” candles.
Light each votive, and say the same words for each, until the circle is complete.
Say a prayer explaining that you are not being greedy; that the money is necessary. Leave the candles to burn out of their own accord. The money will soon start winging its way to you.
The Good Spell Book
- List your bills separately on toilet paper.
- And flush the toilet paper down the toilet.
As you are doing this, remember that what comes in must also go out. And that’s OK. Because you are in the flow. Prosperity flows through you just as easily as the water that you see swirling down and out.
As soon as that tank fills up, you will be able to flush again. As soon as your check book fills up you will be able to pay bills again. No worries.. no fears..
It’s a flow.. money comes in.. money goes out..
Many Romanies roll their bills rather than keeping them flat. Smearing the outside bill with Money Drawing Oil is believed to attract cash.
Here’s a recipe:
- 3 drops Wood Marjoram oil
- 2 drops Lemon oil
- 2 drops Eucalyptus oil
- sweet Almond oil
Fill a small bottle (1 dram) half full of sweet almond oil. Add the essential oils and mix well. Store in a cool dry place.
Note: Wood Marjoram, Thymus mastichina, is also known as Spanish Marjoram, White Thyme, Wild Marjoram or Mastic Thyme. It might be a little bit hard to find. Rosemary can be substituted.