Amethyst Spell for Lovers
What you will need:
- Two Amethyst Necklaces that look somewhat alike.
- A lavender or pink candle.
- Rose oil to dress the candle.
- Both of you sitting with the candle between you.
- 2 lighters. or matches.
You pass the candle back and forth and each person takes a turn in dressing the candle with the oil. As you dress the candle you talk about the favorite things you love about each other. You pass the candle and oil back and forth kind of like a talking stick. Who ever has the candle and is anointing it gets to talk. Do this until you feel the love all over the place.
Once that is done set the candle back in front of you and each person taking either a match or a lighter will light the candle at the same time. Let it burn for a minute and share a kiss over the candle. Then you take the other persons necklace and hold it over the flame. ( not in it. Don’t wanna damage the stone) As you both hold each others necklaces over the flame and let the chains twine around each other say:
Let our love burn as hot as this flame.
Let our walls come down like a summer rain
With each other we shall feel no shame
With each other we shall survive the pain.
Our love is Patient.
Our Love is kind.
Our hearts are Open
as well as our minds.
Shall this bond we need to break.
We shall throw these stone into river or lake.
The running water shall wipe us clean.
Our hearts, our minds, and our suffering.
Each lover puts the necklace they are holding on the other person. and seal it with a kiss.
Spell (c) Christowitch/Amy Smith. 2013
Here’s a list of goddeses that have certain crystal they are known for…
- Aditi - Crocoite, Red Jasper
- Aphrodite - Rose Quartz, Garnet, Smoky Quartz,Salt
- Amaterasu - Fire Agate, Pyrite, Sunstone
- Ariadne - Angelite, Blue Apatite, Lapis Lazuli, Sodalite
- Arianrhod - Aquamarine, Moonstone
- Artemis - Quartz Crystal, Garnet
- Asherah - Boji Stone, Epidote, Staurolite, Alexandrite, Charoite, Unakite
- Astarte - Rose Quartz, Garnet, Smoky Quartz, Fire Agate, a dish of red and white stones
- Athena - Green Apophylite, Red Calcite, Aragonite, Selenite
- Baba Yaga - Amazonite, Chiastolite, Prase, Scapolite
- Bast - Fire Agate, Pyrite, Sunstone, Agate, Jasper, Lapis Lazuli
- Baubo - Boji Stone, Larimar, Obsidian
- Blodewedd - Amazonite, Carnelian, Chrysocolla, Citrine, Epidote
- Branwen - Rose Quartz, Green Apophylite, Aquamarine
- Brigid - Gold, Angelite, Lapis Lazuli, Sodalite
- Cailleach - Quartz Crystal, Labradorite, Stones from the beach or river, or dug from the garden
- Ceres - Angelite, Sodalite, Amethyst, Bloodstone, Selenite,Jade
- Cerridwen - Aquamarine, Alexandrite, Charoite, Unakite
- Cybele - Boji Stone, Epidote, Staurolite, Red Quartz, Jet , a dish of earthy coloured stones or stones dug from the garden
- Dakini - Garnet, Boji Stone, Amazonite
- Demeter - Crocoite, Red Jasper, Boji Stone, Moss Agate, Green Fluorite
- Devi - Garnet, Prase, Smoky Quartz
- Durga - Larimar, Yellow Apatite, Carnelian
- Diana-Amethyst, Moonstone,Pearl
- Ereskigal - Black Obsidian, Black Tourmaline, Smoky Quartz, Lapis Lazuli
- Ezili-Freda-Dahomey - Garnet, Pearls
- Fortuna - Citrine, Pyrite
- Freya - Scapolite, Crocoite, Red Jasper, Pearl
- Gaia - All stones are from the earth, so use any you wish. I like to place a small dish of assorted stones on the altar to represent Gaia, the Earth
- Hathor - Boji Stone, a dish of brightly coloured stones (yellow, orange, green etc), Blue Lace Agate, Black Star Diopside, Obsidian, Tuirquoise
- Hebe - Agate, Angelite, Bloodstone, Green Diopside, Hematite, Yellow Jasper
- Hecate - Dark stones such as Black Tourmaline, Hematite, Smoky Quartz, Black Obsidian
- Hestia - Fire Agate, Ruby, Sulphur, Tiger Eye
- Hokkmah - Larimar, Topaz
- Inanna - Amber, Kunzite, Obsidian, Labradorite
- Ishtar - Quartz Crystal, Moonstone, Garnet
- Isis - Fluorite, Lapis Lazuli, Malachite Coral Emerald Moonstone Coral
- Juno - Garnet, Boji Stone, Carnelian, Chrysocolla, Citrine
- Juventas - Green Aventurine, Bloodstone
- Kali - Black stones, especially Black Obsidian, Fire Agate, Sulphur, Alexandrite, Charoite, Unakite
- Kore - Air magick stones such as Amber, Celestite, Herkimer Diamond, Sodalite
- Kuan-Yin (aka Quan Yin and Kwannon) - Jade Rose Quartz, Selenite, Quartz Crystal, Rutilated Quartz, Topaz
- Kunapipi - At least one stone from Australia. I generally use a small dish of Australian stones in earthy colours.
- Lady of the Beasts - Quartz Crystal
- Lakshmi - Citrine, Gold, Silver, Diamond, Pearl precious stones
- Lilith - Garnet, Smoky Quartz
- Maat - Diamond, Quartz Crystal Jade
- Metis - Boji Stone, Larimar
- Minerva - Kunzite, Mica, Fluorite
- Morgan - Larimar, Aquamarine, Blue Calcite, White Coral, Moonstone, Morganite
- Morrigan - Scapolite, Amber, Kunzite, Obsidian, Morganite
- The Muses - Aquamarine, Blue Apatite, Blue Lace Agate
- Mara- Beryl, Aquamarine
- Nephthys - Amazonite, Chiastolite, Scapolite
- Nut - Amber, Celestite, Herkimer Diamond, Sodalite
- Oshun - White Coral, Watermelon Tourmaline, Blue Calcite, Aquamarine, Copper
- Ostara (aka Eostre) - Pyrite, Sunstone, Prase
- Oya - Dark red stones (such as Ruby, garnet, Red Jasper)
- Parvati - Crazy lace Agate, Honey Calcite, Ruby, Rutilated Quartz
- Pele - Fire Agate, Ruby, Sulphur, Tiger Eye, Tiger Iron Peridot, obsidaian
- Persephone - Pink Tourmaline, Sugilite
- Qadesh - Garnet
- Radha - Rose Quartz, Cassiterite
- Rhea - Moss Agate
- Rhiannon - Danburite, Sapphire, Howlite, Jade
- Sarasvati - Aquamarine, Blue Calcite, White Coral, Watermelon Tourmaline, Fluorite
- Sekhmet - Fire Agate, Sunstone, Pyrite
- Selene - Moonstone Selenite
- Shekinah - Fluorite (I like to use a small Fluorite sphere but any Fluorite will be fine)
- Shulamit - Blue Apatite
- Sophia - Fluorite (especially purple and blue)
- Tanit - Sunstone and Moonstone (together if possible)
- Tara - Ametrine, Orange Aventurine, Gem Silica, Chrysocolla
- Themis - Boji Stone, Chrysocolla, Jade, Citrine, Epidote
- Tiamat - Aquamarine Beryl
- Urvasi - Garnet, Aquamarine
- Venus - Any large stone near a tree, Garnet, Rose Quartz, Pearl,Emerald Lapis Lazuli
- Vesta - Fire Agate, Opal
- Yemaya/Ymoja - Aquamarine, Coral
- Yhi - Angelite, Lapis Lazuli, Sodalite, Australian stones, Epidote
- Zirna - Moonstone, Rose Quartz
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I can’t find a representation of the God for my altar, and I have been trying. I looked on ebay for a small piece of deer antler, but there was nothing that really called to me (also I’m not sure how Mike would react to me keeping bits of animals on my altar, the cats wold probably love it), I looked for a sculpture of a deer, same problem, couldn’t find anything I liked. I don’t want to use a picture, because I have two little Goddess statues. I found a little statue that represents the God, but it was made from plastic (I HATE plastic). Then I remembered that I have a woodburning iron, Lightbulb! I’ve found a small, square block of wood that would be fit for purpose, and a picture (the one above) that I like, so am gonna make my own piece of art to represent the Lord. I think he’d appreciate that more than a statue bought off ebay.
So the first thing that many people tell new people starting out is you don’t need all the tools. Those people are right. So I have created a list of tools I suggest if someone one’s something to practice with.
- 2 Tealight Candles (white)
- A notebook
- Construction Paper of various colors
- Representation of elements
- Representation of god & goddess
2 tealight candles : I suggest these ,because they are the easiest (& cheapest) to find . The candles can be used for fire representation , to mediate with , or anything really.
A notebook : This is the most important tool in my opinion . A notebook is for journaling ,and putting research in. Feel free to print out information ,and tape in .
“If you could change one thing about the past, what would it be? How would this change positively affect your present life?”
Construction Paper of Various Colors : This is random ,but it can be helpfull. Construction paper can be used to make poppet dolls, or to decorate your notebook. Or even to represent elements.
Salt : Salt is used to cleanse ,or to represent earth . It can also be used for outlining your circle.
Representation of Elements:
- Earth: Basically everything once you step outside: dirt, leaves,etc.
- Air: Incense , Feathers
- Fire: Candles, Red Rocks, Fake candles
- Water : Water from the tap will do just fine, but it’s always nice to have rain water.
Representative of God & Goddess :
- God : *Gold colored anything , pine cone, statue of god, picture of god.
- Goddess: *Silver colored anything, seashell, statue of goddess, picture of goddess.
- ***Which ever color you feel’s corresponding with god , or goddess go with your gut***
So that’s it . I just made this post ,because people sometimes go over board . Also partially ,because of silver ravenwolfs “teen witch kit” crap.
Pictures will be added soon.
** I didn’t mean it to sound wiccan although now that I look back it kinda does. I myself am not wiccan however I still represent a female and male aspect on my altar ,as the same with the elements. I just fiqured I would include them since a lot of books talk about them . You do not have to worship anything to be a witch I have met ,only online however, atheist witches)**
Alexandrian Tradition: A branch of Wicca started in Britain during the 1960’s. It is based on Gardnerian Witchcraft, and named after its founder, Alex Sanders.
British Traditional Witchcraft: A branch of British Witchcraft based on a blend of Celtic and Gardnerian ideas.
Caledonii Tradition: A tradition that originated in Scotland and is blended with ancient Scottish lore. It was once call Hecatine Tradition.
Celtic Witchcraft: A branch of Gardnerian Witchcraft mixed with Celtic and Druidic ideas.
Ceremonial Witchcraft: A form of Witchcraft that uses Qabalistic magick.
Dianic Witches: A feminist branch of Witchcraft practiced by all-female groups worshiping the Goddess in Her Triple form only. These groups may use a mixture of various traditions. They use the Goddess of Four Directions in circle work, and all tools have a Goddess system.
Eclectic Witch: A Witch who practices or uses no particular Wiccan or magickal tradition. It can be a group or a solitary Witch who uses whatever works, excluding orthodox ideas.
Egyptian Witchcraft: A branch of Witchcraft using ancient Egyptian deities and ideas.
Gardnerian Tradition: A branch of Witchcraft founded in Britain by Gerald Gardner in early 1950’s.
Greek Witchcraft: A branch of Witchcraft using ancient Greek deities and ideas.
Green Witch: Usually a solitary Witch who bases her magick on the uses of herbs and plants. Often, there is little or no religion involved.
Hecatine Tradition: The original name for the Caledonii Tradition.
Hereditary Tradition: A specific family tradition of Witchcraft and/or magick that has survived through several generations of a particular family and is taught by living relatives. Somethings, this branch of Wicca is called Family Traditions or Fam Trads.
Kitchen Witch: A name not often used, it describes a Witch who practices practical magick using Earth power, Earth objects, herbs, and the Elements. These Witches do most of their work in the kitchen at the hearth or stove. There may or may not be religious ideas incorporated.
Mesopotamian Witchcraft: A branch of Witchcraft that uses ancient Mesopotamian deities and ideas.
Natural Witch: See Solitary Witch.
Nordic Witchcraft: See Teutonic Witchcraft.
Pietish Witchcraft: Based on the Piets who inhabited England and Scotland before the arrival of the Celts. This usually describes a solitary Witch, rarely a group. There is little religion in this branch of Wicca, as the Witch deals primarily with nature magick.
Pow-Wow Tradition: Founded in Pennsylvania, and based on old German magick, the followers do not call themselves Witches. It comes from four hundred years of German magick.
Roman Witchcraft: A branch of Witchcraft that uses ancient Roman deities and ideas.
Seax-Wicca: A form of Witchcraft that was founded by Raymond Buckland in 1973. It was based on ancient Saxon beliefs and deities, with elements of the Gardnerian Tradition.
Solitary Witch: Sometimes called a Natural Witch. The practitioners work alone, following whatever tradition or mixture of traditions they desire. In some ways, this branch is similar to the Eclectic Witch.
Strega Witchcraft: An Italian branch of Witchcraft said to have been founded by a woman named Aradia in around 1353.
Teutonic Witchcraft: A branch of Witchcraft that is based on ancient German and Scandinavian ideas and deities. It is also called the Nordic Tradition or Nordic Witchcraft.
Wiccan Shamanism: A blend of Witchcraft and shamanic ideas.
Wiccan Witch: A Solitary Witch or group of Witches who rarely call the Goddess or God by a name. This simple classification, however, is rare, as most Witches blend their religion with some aspects of ancient traditions.
3 Brown Candles
Sheet of paper
Fireproof container like a metal pot or cauldron
During the waxing phase of the moon, light 3 brown candles. On a sheet of paper, write down the attributes you want your new friend to have. Speak each one out loud.
When you are done, fold the paper in half twice. Light the edge of the folded paper with one of the candles and repeat this incantation:
With heart and mind I do now speak
Bring to me the one I seek.
Let this paper be the guide
And bring this new friend to my side.
Pain and loneliness be no more
Draw a compatriot to my door.
With pleasures many and sorrows few
Let us build a friendship new.
Let not this simple spell coerce
Or make my situation worse.
As I will it, so mote it be.
Let the paper burn out then snuff the candles. Within the next few weeks, you should meet someone with some or all of the qualities you seek.
The Bottle Spell for Protection
Used to neutralize the power of those who intend to do you physical harm, or hurt your reputation, or in any way pose a threat to your security.
You will need:
4 tbsp Frankincense or Myrrh
4 tbsp Black powdered Iron
4 tbsp Sea Salt
4 tbsp Orris-root Powder (or oak moss)
1 white candle
1 bottle with a cork or lid
Mortar and pestle
Black Ink or black ballpoint pen
Mix the sea salt, orris-root powder, and the iron in a bowl. Then cut a piece of parchment to fit inside your bottle and write on it with black ink:
I neutralize the power of (name of adversary) to do me any harm.
I ask that this be correct and for the good of all.
So mote it be!
Roll up the parchment, tie it with a black thread to bind it, and place it in the bottle. Fill the bottle with the dry ingredients. Then take the white candle and while turning the bottle counterclockwise, drip the wax over the cork to seal it.
Last, secretly bury the bottle in a place where it will not be disturbed and no animals or people will dig it up.
This spell is like a genie in a bottle. It should never be unleashed or the power of the spell is lost.
What you’ll need:
A small shell or other item you can carry with you
Light the candle and hold it in your right hand. Say:
“Please give me confidence
So I can be the best
I failed it once
But now I will be better than the rest”
Pass the shell through the flame and say:
“May this be my lucky charm so my wish can come true”
Kiss the shell for good luck and pass it through the flame one last time and say:
“May my charm help me in all I do”
Keep the shell with you, touching it frequently to fill you with confidence.
Purpose: To undo a spell
Best time to perform: After midnight any night
Direction to face to open the circle: East
Best moon phase to use: Waning
- Incense to burn : benzoin
- Herbs to use: angelica
- Oils to use : anoint candles with rosemary oil
- Candle colors: use white candles, as many as you like.
- one bead from a necklace you own (preferably a pearl—faux or real)
- a small patch of black cloth
- some string for tying
“I cast a spell asking <insert type of spell here>, I now ask the favor of having the spell removed. I understand to take back a spell means giving up something of my own to show my spirit is true and my intentions are good. I give this pearl/bead from a necklace I own. I transfer the spell into the <pearl or bead> and render the spell dormant. No harm may come from the cancellation of this spell. No further power shall it have. This is my will - so mote it be.”
Place the pearl/bead in the black cloth - add your angelica herbs. Tie the cloth up tightly with the string, wrapping the pearl/bead in the cloth. Dribble a bit of wax from the candles on the knot you tie. Then throw the small package away, far from your home.
Close the circle and give thanks.
Light one white candle. Envision a circle of white light around you (and your altar).
Face North and say:
Hail to the guardians of the North, mighty earth who feeds us, our home and mother, welcome to the circle.
Next, face East and say:
Hail to the guardians of the East, blessed air who cools us, the breath of life in all, welcome to the circle.
Next, face the South and say:
Hail to the guardians of the South, sacred flame that sparks life in all, our protection and father, welcome to the circle.
Finally, face the West and say:
Hail to the guardians of the West, Waters of life, where all are cleansed and reborn, welcome to the circle.
Proceed with your ritual.
From: Everything Under The Moon