This spell produces a lucky charm you need to carry around to encourage luck and prosperity to come your way.
Casting Instructions for ‘Lucky Charm Spell’
Cast your circle, tracing the outline with bloodroot powder: at each watchtower (east, south, west, and north) offer a star anise to each element and set them at each quarter.
You may use your own words, but here is an example of how to address each component:
“Air, please blow away all negativity and leave only positivity.”
“Fire, please burn a bright light and illuminate me for fortune to find.”
“Water, please flow like a river and assist luck streaming in pure.”
“Earth, please grow good happenings and lucky blooms.”
In the middle of the circle, wash your hands with the chamomile tea. This is to wash away bad luck which might be lingering and to encourage everything you touch to become blessed. Pat your hands dry with the towel if you want.
Take the iron locket and rub it down with the green salt to purify it.
Say as you do this: “With this green salt, I rub away negativity and leave positivity and fortune, and harm it so mote it be.”
Light the green candle and hold the locket in the flame. Say: “With this passion, I create a beacon for luck.”
When cool, put the strawberry leaf inside. Rinse off the green salt together with the chamomile tea, and meditate, focusing on channeling lucky energy into your new charm.
Do not use anything you could be allergic to.
Remember to snuff out the candles after the spell has been cast with wet fingertips or a candle snuff: blowing out the candles may undo your magick.
It doesn’t need to be a locket: you may use anything metal that may hold a cherry leaf inside.
The best time to do this spell is: Sunday, dawn or noon, in spring or fall, when the moon is waxing or complete.
Do the spell when it is raining so you can make the chamomile tea from rain water. Additionally, the rain can help wash away any lingering bad fortune.