Sea Witch’s Make Love Last Spell
Intent: To strengthen your existing relationship and make it last. Make your bond permanent.
Ingredients: Clam shell, both halves (of a whole) - love, purity, the goddess Venus
A shell/small object to represent you and one to represent your partner - OPTIONAL, but nice; if applicable, you can go off of gender. Cowries represent femininity and augers represent masculinity.
Cockle shell - (can be replaced by rose quartz); love, friendship
Conch shell - (can be replaced by blue lace agate); communication
2 Roses or rose buds - love, passion
Rosemary - sea witchcraft, Venus, protection
Hibiscus - love, passion
Thyme - loyalty
Lavender - peace, love
Pink candle - love, friendship, care
Red candle - love, passion, lust
White candle - positivity
2 satchets for the herbs
Red string - love
Procedure: Cast a circle, cleanse, and/or ground as desired. Light the canldes, charging each with your intent. Annoint them with corresponding oils, if desired. Separate the two halves of the clam shell. If using shells to represent you and your partner, charge them with your association. Meditate with them and tell them your name and your partner’s name. Place them in one half of the clam shell. Then, place each herb into the shell, focusing on its intent. Do the same with the remaining shells/crystals and place them next to it. Close the two halves of the shell and hold them together, close to your heart. Focus on the fact that they are one shell but in two halvevs. Wind the string around them, binding them together, while imaginging an unbreakable connection forming between the halves. Imagine a magnetic force keeping them together. Once you have done this, let the shell charge by the candles and other shells until you feel it is ready to open. When you open it, do so slowly. Unwind the string but feel the energy of the shell still holding itself together. Feel the magnetic force holding it closed. Once you are sure of this, open it and separate the herbs and shells inside the shell into the two satchets. Cut the string in half and use it to tie them up. Keep one half of the shell and one satchet for yourself and give the other to your partner.