Luck of the Runes

 

This is a ‘mojo bag’ which uses the runes and several herbs so as to acquire luck in business ventures.

You will need the following items for this spell:

Pen Paper Violet Allspice Scissors Red Clover Orange Peel Drawstring Bag Cinnamon Incense The drawstring bag should be small, anything from 3-6 inches in size.

Casting Instructions for ‘Luck of the Runes’

This ‘mojo bag’ is used in order to acquire luck and success in business matters. It utilizes the forces of the runes as well as the herbs listed in order to gain said luck, success, prosperity, etc..

Firstly, empty the herbs displayed in the components to the small drawstring bag. Once you have done so, grab your pen and write the following runes on the piece of paper in a moderate sized print(you can Google them if you are unsure of what they look like):

Fehu
Dagaz
Tiwaz

Fehu, is used as it is said to represent the earning/winning of possessions, profit, wealth, abundance, luck, success and financial strength. It may also represent a sign of hope and lots.

Dagaz (meaning day, or dawn) symbolizes breakthrough, awareness. A time to plan or embark upon an enterprise. The power of change directed by your own will, transformation. Hope/happiness, the perfect. Security and certainty. Growth and release. Balance stage, the place where opposites meet.

Tiwaz, named after the Norse deity Tyr, can symbolize honor, justice, leadership and authority. Analysis, rationality. Knowing where one’s true strengths lie. Willingness to self-sacrifice. Victory and success in any competition or in legal matters.

As soon as you have wrote the runes on the newspaper, cut the paper so the runes are in individual sections, like a flashcard format. As soon as you have cut them said format, empty the pieces of paper into the drawstring bag which contains the herbs (you can fold them if they do not fit).

If you would like to do so, you might call upon a deity of wealth of wealth in order to politely request for their blessing. I reinforce that this is optional. Here’s a few examples of wealth, prosperity, fortune or prosperity deities in certain pantheons:

Greek: Pluto
Hindu: Lakshmi
Roman: Abudantia
Egyptian: Renenutet
Norse: Freyja or Njoror
Aztec: Tezcatlopoca or Chantico

Of course, these don’t cover all wealth deities and you may follow a different pantheon, in so that you may use the suitable deity of the pantheon you follow.
Now, light the cinnamon incense, and after the smoke starts rising, pass the drawstring bag over the smoke in clockwise circles. You can stop doing so whenever you think you should.
After you have done so wear the bag on your person in order to attract such luck, success and prosperity to your organization and it’s ventures.

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