Money attracting objects, herbs, and stones
Spirituality and money do not always go hand in hand, often if you are heavily involved in your spirituality you tend to neglect the world’s game of money making. A friend of ours once said, “if you work for spirit the rewards you get are of a spiritual nature and if you work in the mundane you will receive material rewards.” This statement rang so true, but magick can be used for whatever you want, its success depends on your dedication to the spell and the amount of energy you are able to raise. We think that a lucky charm or a spell will help us out, but you need to be equipped with the right tools, so here are a few objects, stones herbs and other random things that you can use in a money attracting spell or whatever way they are supposed to be used.
Money attracting objects
Three Keys warn together is considered as a lucky talisman in Japan. Each key represents a key to unlock a different need; one is the key to wealth, one is the key to health and the other is the key to happiness.
An acorn can be carried to attract wealth. It is also thought to attract the opposite sex and give the gift of youth.
A penny found heads up on the pavement or ground is considered very lucky, keep it in your wallet and it will attract wealth.
The laughing Buddha placed opposite the door of your house or place of business is one of the best wealth attracting objects, rubbing its belly is also thought to attract wealth into your life.
In numerology the number 8 is associated with the accumulated of wealth.
To attract wealth using feng shui (material and spiritual) ensure that there is no clutter in your house, clutter makes energy blockages in your home and in your life. Get a fish tank and put gold fish in it, a number of gold ones, perhaps eight and black one. They are thought to attract and absorb all the negative energy in the room and as a result some may die. This however seems a little cewel to the fish.
Prosperity – Alfalfa, Alkanet, Ash, Banana, Benzoin, Elder, Tulip
Money – Allspice, Almond, Orange Bergamot, Blackberry, Bladderwrack, Blue Flag, Briony, Bromeliad, Buckwheat, Calmus, Cascara Sagrada, Cashew, Cedar, Roman Chamomile, Cinquefoil, Clove, Clover, Comfrey, Dill, Dock, Fenugreek, Flax, Fumitory, Galangal, Ginger, Goldenrod, Golden Seal, Gorse, Grains of Paradise, High John the Conqueror, Honeysuckle, Horse Chestnut, Irish Moss, Jasmine, Lucky Hand, Mandrake, Maple, Marjoram, May Apple, Mint, Moonwort, Moss, Myrtle, Nutmeg, Oak, Oats, Onion, Orange, Oregon Grape, Patchouly, Pea, Pecan, Periwinkle, Pineapple, Pipsissewa, Rattlesnake Root, Sarsaparilla, Sassafras, Sesame, Snakeroot, Squill, Tonka, Trillium, Vervain, Vetivert, Wheat, Woodruff
Riches – Camellia, Fern, Tea
Success – Lemon Balm, Rowan, Wahoo, Winter’s Bark
Treasure-Finding – Cowslip
Wealth – Basil, Heliotrope, Pomegranate
Aventurine, Citrine, Jade, Moss Agate, Tiger’s Eye
Cow, Duck, Mouse, Turtle, Tiger, leopards
Orange, Green, Gold
Planet – Jupiter
Money spells are best done on Thursdays because that is the day of Jupiter.
It is also a good idea to make your own candles for your money spells, that way you can add whatever herbs and other things you want to them. For instructions on how to make herbed candles see the Magus Opus winter issue. For a selection of different money spells go to http://www.spellsandmagic.com/money.html
Brad and Saskia
June 11, 2011 Saturday at 9:53 am