This is a lunar spell which calls on the power of the waves along with this Moon. It is also representational because the casing is a accepted symbol for the Goddess and signifies her ability to take all things. In this example, we use an Ogham Stave to represent healing, although the spell can be used for different purposes. It’s done at the seaside.
Casting Directions for ‘The Spell of the Shell’
You need to find a shell, to perform this spell. Take the shell and dry it. Draw your preferred emblem upon the surface of the shell. For healing, we suggest the Edhadh Ogham Stave:
Put the shell so the tide will bring the waves throughout the shell. After the shell is in place, draw a triangle in the sand, enclosing the shell. The emblem upon the shell must be facing upwards (towards the Moon).
Quite simply, or phrases, could be put upon the shell also, or simply written in the sand (inside the triangle). Confront the Moon and say the following words of enchantment:
Goddess of Moon, Earth and Sea, Each wish in thy name has to come to be. Powers and forces which tides do makesummon my spell to take, thy waves.
Leave the area now and the charm is set. Then your wish will be taken out to the spirits of the sea after the waves come. It will take about seven days to get a -lunar spell to begin to manifest, but it might take.
This sort of magic is what we called little functions and belongs to the folk-magic amount of spell making.Take care to notice the stage of the Moon (waxing forthe gain of something, waning for the dissolving of-something). You are using objects that are natural that to- the mean nothing.