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Yule

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Yule

The Winter Solstice is a solar holiday that occurs on December 21 or 22 in the Northern Hemisphere. During this time, the earth’s axis is tilted farthest away from the sun, creating the longest night of the year. The Winter Solstice is celebrated across many pagan traditions, honoring the sun and the halfway point of winter.

Yule was originally celebrated by the Norse and Scandinavian peoples. Depending upon the source, Yule was celebrated as a two month celebration beginning mid-November, a 12 day celebration starting on the Solstice, or a three day feast beginning on the eve of the Winter Solstice. Today, many Pagans still celebrate Yule on the day of the Winter Solstice. Pagans celebrate the rebirth of the sun through gift exchanges, merriment, and deep spiritual reflection. For Pagans, this is a time of new beginnings, rebirth, transformation, getting rid of unwanted habits, and creativity. The symbols of Yule are evergreens, the Yule Log, a Yule tree, mistletoe, holly, wreaths, and bells. The colors of Yule are white, green, red, gold, and silver.

Evergreens are popular decorations during Yule because they remind us that life continues through the cold and dark winter. Traditions of decorating with evergreens date back to many ancient civilizations, including the Romans. Today, Pagans decorate a pine, fir, cedar, juniper, or spruce as their Yule tree. One way to celebrate Yule is to craft a magical ornament to hang on your Yule tree.

Seasonal plants are an integral part of Yule. The custom of setting up an evergreen tree is an old tradition of bringing the outdoors in. Evergreens symbolize the continuation of life, as they remain full and bright while all the other trees lose their leaves. Boughs and garlands collected from evergreen trees can be used to decorate indoor spaces.

Holly represents the old solar year as well as the Holly King, who may have been a precursor to Santa Claus. It was once considered a sacred plant by the Druids, and was a symbol for protection. Ivy is another reminder that life continues, as the plant often lives on after its host plant has died. It is said to represent fidelity and loyalty. Hanging ivy around the house during this time of year is a way to symbolize the strength of family bonds. Well-known for its association with December holidays, mistletoe stands for peacemaking and the end of discord. It’s said that the Norsemen laid down their arms if they met underneath a growth of mistletoe. Birch is another plant that is associated with rebirth, as it’s often the first tree to grow back in a forest that has burned.

As contemporary pagan religions differ in both origin and practice, these representations of Yule can vary considerably despite the shared name. Some Heathens, for example, celebrate in a way as close as possible to how they believe ancient Germanic pagans observed the tradition, while others observe the holiday with rituals assembled from different sources. Heathen celebrations of Yule can also include sharing a meal and gift-giving.

In most forms of Witchcraft, this holiday is celebrated at the winter solstice as the rebirth of the Great horned hunter god, who is viewed as the newborn solstice sun. The method of gathering for this sabbat varies by practitioner. Some have private ceremonies at home, while others do so with their covens:

  • Generally meeting in covens, which anoint their own Wizards and Witches, Witchcraft chant and cast or draw circles to invoke their deities, mainly during festivals like Samhain and Yule, which coincide with Halloween and Christmas, and when the moon is full.
  • This dark and quiet time of the winter season is an opportunity to focus on new beginnings. It’s a time to incorporate nature into your home, practice gratitude for abundance, and celebrate the returning of the light. Decorating the house with greenery and lighting candles are important ways to incorporate this holiday into your home.

    Celebrate Yule include:

    • Setting up a Yule altar.
    • Reciting prayers to welcome back the sun.
    • Performing cleansing rituals and tree blessings.
    • Smoke purification. Burning seasonal plants like pine, cedar, rosemary, juniper, and frankincense can cleanse the home and provide delightful holiday aromas.
    • Sending Yule greeting cards.
    • Holding a Yule log ceremony. The old tradition of holding a Yule log ceremony is a way to welcome back the sun. A log can be used first as a Yule altar, decorated with candles and evergreen boughs, before it’s burned on the evening of the winter solstice.
    • Feasting!

    It’s a great time to enjoy the process of cooking large meals to share with family and friends. Specific courses for Yule include plum pudding, mulled apple cider, and hot buttered rum. Of course, the classic Bûche De Noël is a cake that represents the Yule log.

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    Witch Ball

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    Witch Ball

    Historically in cultures that accepted Magic and Magical practitioners, Witch Balls were made, and then blessed or enchanted by the local Witch or Medicine Woman before being placed in the window of ones abode to forestall any negative energies or spirits that could cause ill will or sickness.

    A Witch Ball is a hollow sphere of glass. Historically, Witch Balls were hung in cottage windows in 17th and 18th century England to ward off evil spirits, witches, evil spells, ill fortune and bad spirits. The Witch Ball is still today used extensively throughout Sussex, England and continues to hold great superstition with regard to warding off evil spirits in the English counties of East Sussex and West Sussex. The tradition was also taken to overseas British colonies, such as the former British colonies of New England, and remains popular in coastal regions.

    Hanging these decorative Witch Balls in the window or on the porch is thought to tantalize mischievous spirits which may be threatening a home’s tranquillity. The wayward spirit is mesmerized by the Witch Ball’s reflective beauty. When the spirit touches the sphere it is absorbed and trapped in the web-like strands of the Witch inside the Ball.

    A Witch Ball was a device used for scrying or divining things. Sometimes the Witch Ball was a magic mirror, a polished stone, or a crystal ball. Some Witches fashioned specula from Black Witch Balls filled with water. By gazing into the reflective depths, a Witch could find answers to urgent questions, predict future events, or see faraway places. In maritime villages, witches sent out the Witch Ball fishermen use to hold their nets afloat. The Witch Balls were usually made of dark blue or green glass and appeared quite innocuous.

    Witch Balls measure up to 10 inches in diameter, and are occasionally decorated in enamelled stripes and swirls or varying colors. Some are mirrored for use as convex mirrors. Crystal gazers sometimes claimed they used Witch Balls in which the spirits of dead souls had been banished. Therefore, the seer was thought to be dealing with spirits. Hollow Witch Balls have been suspended in the windows of homes for centuries to ward off evil spirits. Legends say that evil spirits are attracted to the beauty of the Witch Ball, and upon touching its surface they are pulled inside and become forever trapped within the glittering web, thus protecting the home from any harm.

    Superstitious European sailors valued the talismanic powers of the Witch Balls in protecting their homes. Witch Balls appeared in America in the 19th century and larger, more opaque variations are often found in gardens under the name Gazing Ball. This name derives from their being used for divination and scrying where a person gazes into them dreamily to try to see future events or to see the answers to questions. However, Gazing Balls contain no strands within their interior. Glass studios traditionally make a Witch Ball as the first object to be created in a new studio.

    In the 17th century, Witch Balls and Witch Bottles were filled with holy water or salt. Balls containing salt were hung up in the chimney to keep the salt dry. Witch Balls normally have a hole in the top where a peg can be inserted; string is then attached to the peg so the ball can be hung in a chimney or over a window. Early witch balls often had a short neck sealed by a stopper. The Gazing Balls found in many of today’s gardens are derived from the Silvered Witch Balls that acted as convex mirrors, warding off evil by reflecting it away. Over time the philosophy of what a Witch Ball is and should be has changed and number artists over the years have altered the Witch Ball to include vibrant colors, strands inside, twisting patterns and shape.

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    Magic Wind Chime

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    Magic Wind Chime

    Magic Wind Chime are a type of percussion instrument constructed from suspended tubes, rods, bells or other objects that are often made of metal or wood. The tubes or rods are suspended along with some type of weight or surface which the tubes or rods can strike when they or another wind-catching surface are blown by the natural movement of air outside. They are usually hung outside of a building or residence as a visual and aural garden ornament.

    Ancient Roman Wind Chimes, usually made of bronze, were called tintinnabulum and were hung in gardens, courtyards, and porticoes where wind movement caused them to tinkle. Bells were believed to ward off malevolent spirits and were often combined with a phallus, which was also a symbol of good fortune and a charm against the evil eye. These additions increased its protective powers.

    In India during the second century CE, and later in China, extremely large pagodas became popular with small wind bells hung at each corner; the slightest breeze caused the clapper to swing, made in bronze too, producing a melodious tinkling. It is said that these bells were originally intended to frighten away not only birds but also any lurking evil spirits. Wind bells are also hung under the corners of temple, palace and home roofs; they are not limited to pagodas.

    You may have come across several Magic Wind Chime with traditional symbols. The placement of such Magic Wind Chime entirely depends on the symbol used. Paying attention to the number of the rods or bells is equally important. Numbers six and eight are the most popular numbers of bells or rods in a Magic Wind Chime to attract positive energy. For those looking to suppress negative energy, using a Magic Wind Chime with five rods is recommended. While you can place Magic Wind Chime anywhere in your home, it is advisable to hang these in the direction of wind-flow to increase the effect.

    Magic Wind Chime are known to bring in positive energy at home. If the entrance of your home is in the North-West zone, hanging a white Magic Wind Chime can bring in a lot of positive energy. Magic Wind Chime were, and still are, used to scare away evil spirits and hung in doorways and windows to dissuade bad luck from entering a home. The sound of Magic Wind Chime blowing in the wind has the ability to reduce stress and promote relaxation and calmness. Their sounds are considered to have a healing effect on body and mind. They relieve fatigue and encourage listening, creativity and upbeat feelings.

    The tones that reverberate through the Magic Wind Chime are believed to unblock emotional stress and bring a feeling of inner peace and conscious awareness. Listening to Magic Wind Chime also creates a sense of balance in one’s life. Magic Wind Chime were used to detect early, minor changes in wind speeds that signaled oncoming storms.

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    Burner Smudge Sage

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    Burner Smudge Sage

    Smudging encourages us to stop, slow down, and become mindful of ourselves. When we smudge, we can connect and become grounded. Smudging can help us feel calm and safe and allows us to let go of negative feelings and thoughts. The term has been used to refer to the Smudging ceremonies of a wide variety of Indigenous peoples, although not all Indigenous peoples refer to the act as Smudging. During these ceremonies, sacred herbs and medicines are burned for cleansing. Many other cultures around the world share similar rituals.

    Burning Smudge Sage, also known as cleansing is an ancient spiritual ritual. Certain types of sage have antimicrobial properties, to improve your overall well-being, and may provide additional benefits. It may be purifying this means they keep infectious bacteria, viruses, and fungi at bay. Smudge Sage Burning is thought to release negative ions.

    Burning Smudge Sage has long been used to connect to the spiritual realm or enhance intuition. For healers and laypeople in traditional cultures, Burning Smudge Sage is used to achieve a healing state, or to solve or reflect upon spiritual dilemmas. Research shows that thujone is mildly psychoactive. It’s actually found in many plants used in cultural spiritual rituals to enhance intuition.

    Burning Smudge Sage may also be used as a ritual tool to rid yourself, or your space, of negativity. This includes past traumas, bad experiences, or negative energies from others. This may help you establish a positive environment for meditation or another ritual. Choosing to sit and let go of negative thoughts in a ritual like this sets your intention and dedication to self-improvement. Choosing to engage in ritual can be the beginning of your change in mindset.

    It may help improve your mood, tradition suggests that Burning Smudge Sage can literally lift one’s spirits to banish negativity. If Burning Smudge Sage can lift one’s mood, it could also be a great ally against stress. Burning Smudge Sage has been traditionally used to safeguard against negativity that could interfere with sleep. In addition to dissipating negative energy, improving mood, and strengthening intuition, burning sage might improve your memory and focus. For some, this may be the best of all benefits: Sage is a lovely incense with a divine aroma, pure and simple.

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    The Lost Bearded White Brother

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    Cauldron

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    Cauldron

    A cauldron is a large pot for cooking or boiling over an open fire, with a lid and frequently with an arc-shaped hanger or integral handles or feet. There is a rich history of cauldron lore in religion, mythology, and folklore. The word cauldron is first recorded in Middle English as caudroun.

    Symbolism and Mythology

    Cauldrons have largely fallen out of use in the developed world as cooking vessels. While still used for practical purposes, a more common association in Western culture is the cauldron’s use in Witchcraft. In Witches often prepare their potions in a cauldron.

    In some forms of Witchcraft, appropriating aspects of Celtic mythology, the cauldron is associated with the goddess Cerridwen. In Witchcraft and some other forms of neopagan or pagan belief systems, the cauldron is still used in magical practices. Most often a cauldron is made of cast iron and is used to burn loose incense on a charcoal disc, to make black salt, for mixing herbs, or to burn petitions. Cauldrons symbolize not only the Goddess but also represent the womb and on an altar, it represents earth because it is a working tool.

    No surprise, cauldrons started out as a cooking tool. Warm soups and stews were concocted in them to give nourishment to families. They were the heart of the home and life-giving in cold seasons. As cauldrons became more commonplace and important to families, mothers and grandmothers started using them for healing herbal blends and eventually potions.

    After being used for centuries as a cooking and healing tool, cauldrons started to take on more sacred and magical meanings. The cauldron began to represent the Goddess, the Sacred Divine, and a vessel for transformation, healing, and abundance.

    Represent the Four Elements on Your Altar

    • Earth: The iron the cauldron is made out of represents earth.
    • Water: The water used while cooking in a cauldron represents the water.
    • Fire: A cauldron would traditionally be heated from a fire underneath it which represents fire.
    • Air: The air around and blow on the soup or potion inside represents the air.

    The elements are purely symbolic for this use, no need to always have a fire burning underneath your cauldron. You can read more about the four elements here. There are several rituals that call for fire and burning. Whether it’s incense, candles, or burning a piece of paper, a cauldron will not only serve as a sacred tool but will also give you a safe tool for ritual fires. Here are a few ways to use your cauldron for any fire-related rituals.

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    The Lost Bearded White Brother

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    Magic Dip Pen and Magic Inks

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    Magic Dip Pen

    A dip pen usually consists of a metal nib with capillary channels like those of fountain pen nibs, mounted in a holder, often made of wood. Other materials can be used for the holder, including bone, metal, glass and plastic. Generally dip pens have no ink reservoir, so the user must refill the ink from an ink bowl or bottle to continue drawing or writing. Sometimes a simple tubular reservoir can be clipped to the top of the pen, allowing for several minutes of uninterrupted use. Refilling can be done by dipping into an inkwell which gives more control over the amount of ink applied. Magic Dip Pen for writing your rituals and spells.

    Magic Inks

    Many ancient cultures around the world have independently discovered and formulated inks for the purposes of writing and drawing. The knowledge of the inks, their recipes and the techniques for their production comes from archaeological analysis or from written text itself. The earliest inks from all civilizations are believed to have been made with lampblack, a kind of soot, as this would have been easily collected as a by-product of fire.

    Ink was used in Ancient Egypt for writing and drawing on papyrus from at least the 26th BC. Egyptian red and black inks included iron and ocher as a pigment, in addition to phosphate, sulfate, chloride, carboxylate ions, lead was used as a drier. Chinese inks may go back as far as 40th BC, to the Chinese Neolithic Period. These used plants, animal, and mineral inks based on such materials as graphite that were ground with water and applied with ink brushes.

    Magic Inks are handmade with pigments, resin and essential Inks. Each ink is handmade and blessed to order and can be used in a variety of ways such as petition and spell writing, writing on charms, amulets and talismans, writing in grimoires, creating sigils and many more. You can use a Magic Dip Pen to dip into the ink and write.

    The colour can be used to add additional or accentuate correspondences. For example, use red ink to add correspondences like passion, energy, courage, etc… Then further, the plant natural material you use to make the ink can add correspondences. For example, gum Arabic is a common ingredient that can be used to add protection, healing, fertility, and prosperity.

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    Magic Parchment Paper and Vellum

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    Magic Parchment Paper and Vellum

    Parchment is a writing material made from specially prepared untanned skins of animals sheep, calves, and goats. It has been used as a writing medium for over two millennia. Vellum is a finer quality parchment made from the skins of young animals such as lambs and young calves. Parchment is another term for this material, from which Witchcraft is sometimes distinguished, when it is made from calfskin, as opposed to that made from other animals, or otherwise being of higher quality. Vellum is prepared for writing or printing on, to produce single pages, scrolls, codices, or books.

    In western civilizations, Papyrus, which originated in 3,000 B.C.E. in Egypt, was later replaced by parchment made by treating animal hide, a process starting in the second century B.C. in the Mediterranean region A wide variety of Parchments from various animal skins, with different textures, quality and hue were widely used for codices, religious and cultural texts. This was replaced by the advent and increasing access and availability of paper.

    In eastern civilisations such as India, the principal writing media were birch bark and dried palm leaves. The use of paper began only after the 10th century. However, birch bark and palm leaf continue to be used even today on a limited scale in a rural milieu for the use of horoscopes, wedding invitations, and other cultural uses.

    In China, the early material was animal bones, later silk, bamboo and wooden slips, until the 2nd century when paper was invented. The invention of paper is attributed to a eunuch of the imperial court called Cai Lun in 105 A.D. However, paper wasn’t introduced to Europe for another thousand years following a battle in 751 A.D. where a few paper-makers were captured and thus the technology spread from Baghdad westward, only reaching Spain in the 12th century.

    Paper Parchment is made by passing a waterleaf made of pulp fibers into sulfuric acid. The sulfuric acid hydrolyses and solubilises the main natural organic polymer, cellulose, present in the pulp wood fibers. The paper web is then washed in water, which stops the hydrolysis of the cellulose and causes a kind of cellulose coating to form on the waterleaf. The final paper is dried. This coating is a natural non-porous cement, that gives to the Parchment Paper its resistance to grease and its semi-translucency.

    Spells have always been written Scented Color Ink on Parchment Paper or Vellum. If writing Ink on “Witchcraft”, you tend to focus more on what and how you are writing your need or wish, which helps you attain your goal and gets the Magic it is a spell for your instructions to the Universe, so hand-made Parchment Paper or Vellum makes it a little more special.

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    Beltane

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    Beltane

    Beltane May Day festival. Commonly observed on the first of May, the festival falls midway between the spring equinox and summer solstice in the northern hemisphere. The word “Beltane” roughly translates as “Bright Fire” and, as such, one of the most important rituals, which survives today in our modern festival, concerns the lighting of the Beltane bonfire. Fire was seen as a purifier and healer and would have been walked around and danced, jumped over by the members of the community. Farmers would also have driven their cattle between bonfires to cleanse and protect them before being put out into the fields. It marked the beginning of summer and was when cattle were driven out to the summer pastures.

    Rituals were performed to protect cattle, people and crops, and to encourage growth. Special bonfires were kindled, whose flames, smoke and ashes were deemed to have protective powers. The people and their cattle would walk around or between bonfires, and sometimes leap over the flames or embers. All household fires would be doused and then re-lit from the Beltane bonfire. These gatherings would be accompanied by a feast, and some of the food and drink would be offered to the Beltane. Doors, windows, byres and livestock would be decorated with yellow May flowers, perhaps because they evoked fire.

    In ancient communities, all hearth fires would have been extinguished and a new neid fire lit which would have then been used to relight people’s hearths in their own homes. In this way the community was connected to each other by the sacred fire which was central to all. The festival would also have been a time of courtship rituals and a celebration of our own fertility.

    The important point to note when thinking about our own festival is the joy and the revelry that is fostered in the ritual. It is about casting off the darkness and celebrating the light. It is a time for celebrating fertility, both in the context of our biological functions as well as our own creative energies, the fertility of our creative community.

    Yellow and white flowers such as primrose, rowan, hawthorn, gorse, hazel, and marsh marigold were traditionally placed at doorways and windows. Sometimes loose flowers were strewn at doors and windows and sometimes they were made into bouquets, garlands or crosses and fastened to them. They would also be fastened to cows and equipment for milking and butter making. It is likely that such flowers were used because they evoked fire. Similar May Day customs are found across Europe.

    Beltane Rituals

    • Fire: Go outside and safely have a bonfire with friends. Bring fresh foods from local gardens to eat over the flames and give thanks to your community by bringing them together.
    • Create A Fairy Altar: The veil is thin during Beltane and creatures from the other realms often visit. Create a small altar for them when they visit, fill it with colorful flowers, ripe smells and sweet tasting food.
    • Create Flower Crowns: The season is bursting with flowers, why not adorn yourself and your family with them too. Weave together long grasses and stems with flowers and sing songs throughout your neighborhood.
    • Maypole: This can be done on a small and large scale. Wooden dowels work amazing for every person to craft their own maypole with flowers and ribbon. They also make great garden ornaments when you’re done.
    • Cast A Spell: Beltane is rich with magic, especially for fertility and love. Write your intention or wish on a piece of paper and blow it into the wind, or sing it out and let the wind carry your words out into the universe.
    • Moon Phases: Couples, if you and your significant other are long-term partners, this is a time of renewal and rededication of devotion.

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    Horned God And Mother Triple Goddess

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    Horned God

    The Horned God represents the male part of the religion’s duotheistic theological system, the consort of the female Triple Mother Goddess of the Moon. In common Witchcraft belief, he is associated with nature, wilderness, sexuality, hunting, and the life cycle. Whilst depictions of the deity vary, he is always shown with either horns or antlers upon his head, often depicted as being theriocephalic, in this way emphasizing “The Union Of The Divine And The Animal”, the latter of which includes humanity.

    In traditional Witchcraft, he is generally regarded as a dualistic god of twofold aspects: bright and dark, night and day, summer and winter, the Horned God. In this dualistic view, his two horns symbolize, in part, his dual nature. For Witchcraft, the Horned God is “The Personification Of The Life Force Energy In Animals And The Wild” and is associated with the wilderness, virility and the hunt. The Horned God also carries the souls of the dead to the underworld. Witchcraft generally tend to conceive of the universe as polarized into gender opposites of male and female energies. The Horned God and the Goddess are seen as equal and opposite in gender polarity.

    Mother Triple Goddess

    The Mother Triple Goddess is viewed as a triunity of three distinct aspects or figures united in one being. These three figures are often described as the Maiden, the Mother, and the Crone, each of which symbolizes both a separate stage in the female life cycle and a phase of the Moon, and often rules one of the realms of heavens, earth, and underworld. Her masculine consort is the Horned God. A is a Mother Triple Goddess who represents a personified deification of motherhood, fertility, creation, destruction, or the earth goddess who embodies the bounty of the earth or nature.

    That primitive societies initially were matriarchal, worshipping a sovereign, nurturing, motherly earth goddess. This is accompanied by a desire for a lost civilization from a bygone era that would have been just, peaceful, and wise. Mother Triple Goddess of maiden, mother, and crone. In their view, sexuality, pregnancy, breastfeeding, and other female reproductive processes, are ways that women may embody the Goddess, making the physical body sacred.

    • The Maiden represents enchantment, inception, expansion, the promise of new beginnings, birth, youth and youthful enthusiasm, represented by the waxing moon.
    • The Mother represents ripeness, fertility, sexuality, fulfilment, stability, power and life represented by the full moon.
    • The Crone represents wisdom, repose, death, and endings represented by the waning moon.

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    Magic Bag

    Magic Bag is an amulet consisting of a flannel bag containing one or more magical items. It is a “Prayer In A Bag”, or a spell that can be carried with or on the host’s body. The creation of Magic Bags is an esoteric system that involves sometimes housing spirits inside of bags for either protection, healing, or harm and to consult with spirits. Other times Magic Bags are created to manifest results in a person’s life such as good-luck, money or love.

    Magic Bags using leather or cloth and placed feathers, animal bones, animal teeth, claws, animal parts, roots, lucky hand root, herbs, bean, ceramics, glass beads, minerals, coins, crystals, good luck tokens, amulets, lizard’s tail, rabbit’s foot, a fish eye, snake skins, a beetle and other ingredients for protection. The more personalized objects are used to add extra power because of their symbolic value. Magic Bags can be hung from trees, tied to a string, worn underneath the clothes to cause an effect on the target. Magic Bags usually made by a respected community conjure Witchcraft Doctor. Natural ingredients have their own indwelling spirit that can be utilized in Magic Bags to bring luck and protection.

    Witchcraft where it is said to drive away evil spirits, keep good luck in the household, manipulate a fortune, and lure and persuade lovers. The ideology of the ancestors and the descendants of the Magic Bag used this “Prayer In A Bag” based on their belief of spiritual inheritance, by which the omniscient forefathers of their families would provide protection and favor, especially when they used the Magic Bag. Through this, a strong belief was placed in the idealism of whoever used Witchcraft, creating a spiritual trust in the magic itself.

    There is a process to fixing a proper Magic Bag. A ritual must be put in place in order to successfully prepare a Magic Bag by being filled and awakened to life. This can be done by smoking incense and candles, or it may be breathed upon to bring it to life. Prayers may be said, and other methods may be used to accomplish this essential step. Once prepared, the Magic Bag is “Dressed” or “Fed” with a liquid such as alcohol, perfume, or water. The reason it is said to feed the Magic Bag to keep it working is that it is alive with spirit.

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