consecrator

✨💼Spell for a Job💼✨

**Disclaimer: This spell will not work if you do not apply to jobs or do not show up to interviews. The Universe does not bend to you and you should put in the effort. This can also be used for current business endeavors, feel free to tailor it to what you need.

Ingredients:

  • Chamomile
  • Basil
  • Cayenne Pepper
  • Green Onion
  • Olive Oil (Optional)

Directions:

First Method: Burn ingredients together in a fire-safe container like a cauldron or cast-iron cooking skillet/pot. Light a green or gold candle to go with it and repeat incantation.

Second Method: Consecrate the ingredients with incense or herb smoke (feel free to pass job applications through the smoke as well.) Picture your intentions and then combine the ingredients in a vial with olive oil. Repeat incantation if you’d like.

Incantation: “A job for me, is a job to be. I’ve worked hard; let this job put money on my card. As I say, so mote it be.”

Wear oil to job interviews or other business endeavors if you’d like! Let the candles burn out if you use them, and feel free to do other workings as well. This spell would work best during the waxing and/or full moon.

candle meanings/uses

simple guide to candle colors and their meanings and uses

Originally posted by 6pinky-winky


🌙black: grounding, wisdom, learning, protection, safety, hex-protection, banishing negativity.

🌙brown: house blessing, animal magick, earth magick, stability, earth element, food financial crisis

🌙gold: great fortune, abundance, divination, fast luck, solar energy, positive attitudes

🌙gray: glamour, contemplation, removing negativity

🌙green: prosperity, abundance, money, acceptance, weather, luck, marriage

🌙lavender: intuition

🌙light blue: spirituality, peacefulness

🌙orange: creativity, self-expression, overcoming addiction, investments, celebration

🌙pink: love, compassion, nurturing, emotional healing, protection of children.

🌙purple: wisdom, influence, independence, breaking habits, spiritual power.

🌙red: passion, strength, danger, conflict, fire, fertility, vitality

🌙silver: stability, intuition, communication, moon magick

🌙white: all purpose, unity, purity, cleansing, balance, truth, consecration

🌙yellow: pleasure, imagination.

Witchy tip ~ The “me” candle

If you get tired easily when doing your workings, consecrate a candle to yourself and light it every time you are doing something witchy/pagany. The goal here is to use the candle as a power bank, raising its energy so your own doesn’t run low. 

Differently than working candles, commonly used to improve your magick’s potency, the “me” candle is programmed to improve *your* energy while you are working on your magick. It can become a precious piece for practitioners that, as me, have more often than not low spoons days. 

Extra tip: dress your candle with essential oils that boost your energy. Bergamot and lemongrass are my favorite ones for this use!

The Lazy Witch’s Ring Consecration

This is the epitome of “I got this cool ring but I don’t have the time or the energy to dedicate or consecrate it right now, yet I must wear it” - the simplest form of candle and bonding magic done in a pinch.

You’ll need:

One 4″ chime candle (often also called spell candles - in a correspondent color to your intent, such as black for protection, red for strength, and so on.)

Your ring


Put the candle in a holder (or secure it to a fireproof surface with a dot of melted wax). Slip the ring over the candle so the candle is inside it.

Light the candle, and speak an incantation of intent if you wish. When the candle is done burning, the consecration is complete. Take the ring and put it on, and bury or otherwise safely remove the candle remnants. You can also keep the remnants as a link to ring.

Tada! The crock-pot equivalent of charging.

Mechanics of a Spell

What makes a spell a spell? What are the moving pieces and the working parts? We get this question a lot, and though there isn’t a super easy answer, this is what we’ve gathered through our practice. 

Intent: 

This is your thought, you desire and your purpose. This is why you perform your spell, this is what gives it meaning.

Examples of Intent: To enhance love, to increase luck, to bring bad luck

Action: 

This is your moving piece. This is what transforms a mere thought into something that is acted upon. This is the glue between your intent and your energy.

Examples of action: Combining ingredients, writing or saying things aloud, burning objects, drawing sigils

Energy: 

This is the driving force of your spell. This is what your intent hinges on, and what will push your intent out into the universe.

Examples of Energy: Energy from an organic or important object, crystals, herbs, materials, consecration and charging 

Using this basic formula, you can create your own spells for any use with any materials on hand! 

Colors & Meanings
  • Yellow: Concentration,Happiness, Learning, Persuasion, Progress, Intellect
  • Orange: Action, Attraction, Stimulation, Self-Worth, Self-Expression, Success, Joy, Happiness
  • Red: Danger, Lust, Love, Strength, Health, Vitality, Courage, Anger, Passion, Desire, Leadership, Conflict
  • Pink: Affection, Friendship, Love, Partnership, Healing, Harmony, Compassion
  • Purple: Wisdom, Psychic Powers, Spirituality, Intuition, Meditation, Royalty, Independence, Divination, Knowledge
  • Blue: Truth, Understanding, Sincerity, Peace, Wisdom, Loyalty, Protection, Tranquility, Patience, Healing, Calming, Communication
  • Turquoise: Clarity, Cleansing
  • Green: Luck, Earth, Plants, Wealth, Success, Healing, Prosperty, Fertility, against greed and jealousy
  • Brown: Animals, Earth, Studies, Home, Stability, Grounding, Concentration
  • Black: Banishing, Protection, Shapeshifting
  • Grey: Balance, Neutrality, Stillness, Restrained
  • White: Healing, Peace, Purity, Consecration, Divination, Protection, Cleansing, Truth
  • Silver: The Moon,(Feminity,) Astral Energy, Intuition, Dreams, Meditation
  • Gold: The Sun,(Masculinity,) Wealth, Attraction, Happiness, Prosperty, Attraction, Luxury, Success
A method to Cleanse and Ward after unsavory people visit your house

Personally, I wait 15 minutes to ensure they haven’t forgotten anything (it’s a long, painful wait, I know. Just bear with it!) and then get straight to work!

First off;

If they ate or drank at your house:

  1. DO NOT save any leftovers from that meal, as it is now connected to them. Use it instead in the compost heap to help further along your garden.
  2. Rinse down the dishes they used with vinegar first, spritz with sage-infused water, then proceed to washing the dishes normally.

And now if they did not eat or drink at your house

  1. Open all doors and windows to air out the house.
  2. Light some incense (honestly any will do at this point your just trying to make sure their scent doesn’t linger)
  3. The couch or chair they were sitting on needs to be thoroughly vacuumed.
  4. After vacuuming the couch or chair, cast a consecrated circle around the object and banish their energy from it.
  5. Lightly mist with moonwater and place energized crystals in a spiral in said area.
  6. Dust the House.
  7. Sweep the floors and collect any trash, immediately taking it out.
  8. Wash down all tabletops and counter surfaces with vinegar.
  9. Wash the floors and walls with a mix of lavender/sage/moonwater.
  10. Vacuum the carpets and rugs.
  11. Smudge.
  12. Squeeze out some garlic juice from 3 cloves of garlic and rub into ground outside of door (3 cloves per door).
  13. Mix lemon juice with a drop of peppermint oil and use it to draw a line on the door frame, both sides; make sure you left no line breaks!
  14. Rub a touch of dogwood oil on the outside doorknob.
  15. Recharge your witch balls!
  16. Air out your dreamcatchers if you have any!

If they sat down on your bed

Ohhhhhh boy oh boy oh boy. Guess who’s about to wash their sheets?

Surprise it’s you!

  1. Wash your sheets.
  2. Wash your comforter.
  3. Wash the pillowcases.
  4. Wash the pillows.
  5. Wash the mattress pad.
  6. Vacuum the mattress.
  7. Mist lightly with moonwater.
  8. Place energized crystals where they sat in a spiral.

Optional; write their name on an egg, take it outside, and crush it beneath your heel.

Can be a curse or just an emotional outlet, either way; it feels pretty good.

“But what if I don’t have all those incenses and oils and moonwater???”

Silly, just air out your house and clean it top to bottom using regular cleaning supplies!

If it helps, you can also say the following;

Your body left my house, 
Now, your spirits can too.
And by ‘can’ I mean ‘will’,
It’s time for all of you to leave.

You’ve worn out your welcome,
When you never had any at all,
Out the door with you lot,
Away you go, away!

May you never return here!
May you never come back!
I banish you from this threshold!
Now get the fuck outta my house.”

Dragon Money Guardian 🐉 💸

a dragon-based spell to aid you in budgeting, and accumulating wealth! or at least spare change

🐉 gather: paper, dragonblood incense, basil, mint, and a coin

💸 make an origami dragon out of the paper

🐉 note, if you can’t make the origami, feel free to print out a picture of one, or use a stuffed animal

💸 sprinkle the “dragon” with the basil and mint, get it into the crevices/folds

🐉 consecrate the “dragon” with the incense. 

💸 if you want to, keep the origami/printout dragon in your wallet next to your money, (literally in there with the dollars) to guard and gather it. give it the coin to start with. 

🐉 other option, designate an area for the dragon to stay, such as a small dish, and use the dish to collect your change. the dragon lives there now, and is unwilling to give up any piece of its hoard. 

💸 if you are skilled in dragon witchcraft, you may even want to invoke a dragon for the spell

Tip for the modern witch

Cleansing of sacred tools, be it wands, athames, crystals, etc., can be done in a variety of ways from using the beautiful and humbling energy of the full moon to using one of the five sacred elements (earth, water, fire, air, and spirit). Let’s talk about cleansing with water for a second. I made this realization the other day and had to share in case anyone else found it as useful and I did!

First thing to know is that using regular water won’t cleanse a thing. It will make it wet. That is, until you’ve blessed it and even charged it with a non-soluble crystal or in the light of the full moon. Some items, such as particular crystals, can NOT be cleansed with water without risk of being destroyed (selenite, calcite, etc.).

But for those things that can be cleansed of negative and residual energies with holy water, a lot of times we read that we must sprinkle the water on the item, or maybe even dunk it. To me, this seems highly tedious. Especially if it’s something I have to dry off later. As a busy witch who utilizes various methods from traditional to modern, I wanted to offer this effective modern witch tip for cleansing via water.

If you have a diffuser/humidifier at your disposal, get yourself some charged/blessed holy water and place it in the diffuser. When you turn it on, pass your item through the mist counterclockwise (if you’re in the northern hemisphere) three times, so it knows to release any residual and negative energy. If you’re a Young Living essential oil user, add a couple drops of Purification for an extra POW of magickal cleansing. The combination of the blessed water and the herbal properties of Purification oil will leave your item as a blank slate for you to consecrate and bless with your intent.

It’s a simple and effective way to cleanse your tools without having to get them very wet, and you will ritually cleanse yourself from the inside out as well, as you breathe in the healing, cleansing mist.

I hope you find this #witchtip helpful!

Blessed be the witches! 🌒🌕🌘

Killian Elkstone
Seeker, Coven of the Raven Moon

The Exacting Art of Wand Making


“The magical rod is the verendum of the magus; it must not even be mentioned in any clear and precise manner; no one should boast of its possession, nor should its consecration ever be transmitted except under the conditions of absolute discretion and confidence.” - Eliphas Levi, “Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie” (1856)


It is a matter of fact that properly making a wand is a pain in the ass. It is a rather long process, with lots of detailed steps, none of which can be skipped. It takes more than a month of near daily work, invariably leads to both accidental and purposeful blood spill, not to mention all the mess.

Having lived in London for over a decade I can assure you that there is no Ollivanders in which to purchase a finished wand. And while many many sticks that have been nicely polished, often having had some baubles attached to them, are for sale from a variety of vendors they are not in any practical way a wand.

A wand must be cut by the practitioner themselves directly from the tree, must be worked to shape by the practitioner’s hands, tooled by the practitioner’s blade. It is a very necessary tool in the arsenal of witch and wizard alike, found throughout history in the practice of magic.

On the whole its a bothersome process; messy, meticulous, exacting and often tiresome. But at each point where you would shirk the necessary steps it is only in reminding yourself that the tool you make may save your life that you push on, doing every little bit that is needed to make it as strong as possible. Because like a parachute your life may hang in the balance of your wand having been made in an exacting process that I would personally never trust to something I bought online or in a shop.

The length of the wand varies from culture to culture and use to use. I myself prefer a length that is the distance from one’s nose when looking straight ahead to the tip of one’s fingers. Approximately three feet long (four spans) though tailored exactly to the body of its owner. The perfect length for tracing a circle on the ground without bending over.

It so happens that I had long held off on making myself a second hazel wand, my first being in storage in the US and something I had used for decades - though not seen in years. In its stead I have been using a very nice rowan wand I constructed about a year after I arrived in London, which works for most situations and is particularly adept at landscape magics. But then there are some things for which only a hazel wand will do the job properly.

Unfortunately my original hazel, cut from a deep and old wood in the states when I was a young man, has gone missing. Its whereabouts are a mystery, though where it should have been among my library storage materials it was not. Thus I have been slowly getting around to replacing it, and some near future work that needs doing has required my starting in order to finish before the vernal equinox.

So while the blackbird sang me a song of predawn delight I cut the hazel and have begun the process. As it dries I will gather the bits I need, offerings and ointments for its preparation, and by the first day of spring it should be ready for a bit of that old black magic.

On Summoning Demons

Strap in mammals, I need to correct some stupidities about summoning major demons. I’ll lay out a proper procedure in a few easy steps. This isn’t for minor infernals, but so-called “princes of Hell”, as it were. I’ll focus on the Goetic demons.

Step One: Acquire a copy of Ars Goetia (you can get a free PDF online)

Step Two: Record names, sigils, and descriptions of any you want to contact.

Step Three: Throw the rest of Ars Goetia in the garbage and tell it that it’s a very rude poorly behaved book.

Step Four: Inscribe a sigil on whatever you have available. If you happen to have an unused gold tablet laying around I’m sure they’d be flattered, so by all means pull out the dremel tool and get to work. If you’re like the rest of us, pen and paper is fine. If you want to get really fancy, use a consecrated pen or special ink.

Step Five: Cast a circle and so on in whatever fashion suits your tradition. It’s not to protect you from the demon, it’s to screen out discordant energy and interference.

Step Six: Respectfully request their presence and begin conversing. Treat them as one part deity and two parts royalty. Please and thank you. Yes sir/ma’am. Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera. 

The Goetic demons are GODS. Several of them can be traced to their origins. Asteroth is the Egyptian Astarte. The idea that you can force them to do your bidding, or that you can protect yourself from them, is a joke.

The Goetic concept that they are bound to specific sigils and commands is based on a pact made by King Solomon for a fixed period of time, which has expired. It’s useless now, even if it ever was genuine. They help those who they find worthy, and no one else.

If you are respectful, and they find you worthy, they may choose to help you. If you are unworthy, some of them might just decide to fuck with you. Which would fall under the category of not my problem, so follow my advice at your own risk. Each demon has their own standards and personality. It’s almost like they’re real people (heavy sarcasm). If you want to work with them, treat them as such. If you give a major demon an order, I have zero sympathy for what they may do to you.

I am not recommending that anyone summon demons. For humans it’s really generally not a good idea. you don’t have claws and scales. But if you’re going to do it anyway, try not to make an ass of yourself. Entrails are a bitch to clean out of carpet.

Carry on, and good luck, humans.


🌱Snow Drop Protection Spell🌱

inspired by neil gaiman’s stardust, a floral charm to protect you from magic meant to cause you harm of grief

“The Snowdrop, in purest white arraie,
First rears her hedde on Candlemas Daie.“

 — An Early Calendar of English Flowers

🌱 the Snowdrop, or milkflower, is a harbinger of spring, signifying renewal and life at its most new and vibrant. From this, its use in magic the snowdrop is considered sacred and is a symbol of purity. It can be used to negate baneful magic and ill intents.  

🌱 gather: a snowdrop flower and clear quartz. 

🌱  if no snowdrops are available, make one from craft supplies and consecrate it with dew, or melted snow.

🌱 in the book, the charm is made of glass. charge the snowdrop over a piece of glass or clear quartz.

🌱 chant:

"It is a frozen charm […] A thing of power. Something like this can perform wonders and miracles in the right hands. Watch.” (Stardust - 8.164)

🌱 seal it with a kiss before using it, as in the book it was bought for a kiss. 

🌱 attach it to an article of clothing when you wish it to protect you.

Witch Tip

To bless and cleanse your room with music, find the note that resonates in that room and sing it/play it/hum it/make a little song around that note + one or two around it and go around, making your room resonate with that note, and fill that note with the intent of cleansing/blessing.

Bonus! The higher the note, the higher the vibration. 

Bonus Bis! Crystals and objects also usually have a note that makes them vibrate, use that for your crystals/objects to consecrate and charge em! 

Tonight, on Halloween, we are here to remember another
gynocide, the mass slaughter of the nine million women who
were called witches. These women, our sisters, were killed
over a period of three hundred years in Germany, Spain, Italy,
France, Holland, Switzerland, England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland,
and Amerika. They were killed in the name of God the
Father and His only Son, Jesus Christ.
Halloween is the appropriate time to commit ourselves to this revolutionary sisterhood. On this night we remember our dead. On this night we remember together that nine million women were killed because men said that they were carnal, malicious, and wicked. On this night we know that they live now through us.
Let us together rename this night Witches’ Eve. Let us together
make it a time of mourning: for all women who are
victims of gynocide, dead, in jail, in mental institutions, raped,
sterilized against their wills, brutalized. And let us on this
night consecrate our lives to developing the revolutionary
sisterhood—the political strategies, the feminist actions—
which will stop for all time the devastating violence against
us.
—  “Our Blood,” Andrea Dworkin
Valedictio Spirituum.

The Dismissal of the Spirit.

 Speaking as before through the Horn of Venus, say these words:

“Norcados Fenoram Anosiren (here one should call the spirit once by his name and continue) Oparchim Amosan Zezaphilos Aspairath Anthyras Zyriffon.”

 When they have heard these words, the Spirits will immediately become invisible, and the Master may leave the Circle after he has spoken whatever benediction he wants.

   — Libellus Veneri Nigræ Sacer, or The Consecrated Book Of Black Venus,” attributed to John Dee, c.1580.

Cunning Celt’s Sashay Away - A Banishing Spell

A RuPaul’s Drag Race inspired spell.

Originally posted by jaysugarfree

You will need:

- a poppet of your subject (able to be burned)

- a small fire (twigs inside your cauldron would suffice)

- paper and pen

- bundles of fresh or dried bay leave and cranberry leaves

- string


Light your small fire (ensuring you are taking all necessary safety precautions). On the paper, write down the reasons you are banishing the person. Be eloquent and precise about this. You may even list their winning attributes, but that they are outweighed by the negative (the same way RuPaul tells his queens that they are up for elimination.) Roll this paper rightly around the poppet, writing down, so that the writing is facing the ‘skin’ of the poppet.

Name and consecrate the poppet for your subject in whatever manner you usually use. Toss the leaves onto the fire, and allow the smoke to billow. Hold the poppet in the smoke and say: “Now, Sashay Away.”

Drop the poppet into the flames.

The Dream Bear

Originally posted by petcornerblog

This is a spell designed to give you more dreams and more meaningful dreams! It’s one of the more complicated crafts I’ve done lately, but it has been so worth it. I’ve done this a few times and have fine-tuned the recipe, so hopefully it works well for you! (And as always, substitutions can be made if need be. One of the reasons there’s so much stuff in it is because I just attract herbs that are good for this type of spell, apparently.)

What You Need:

  • Representations of the four elements (or another way of consecrating things. I use the elements but you do you.)
  • A stuffed animal that you’re comfortable sleeping with, even better if it has a hole already forming somewhere
  • Needle and blue thread
  • A small drawstring bag. Blue is optimal
  • A blue candle (if you want a larger emphasis on prophetic dreams, replace with or add a purple candle!)
  • A small piece of amethyst or amethyst chips (Amethyst particularly resonates with me and is also good for divination. It also is a general power enhancer.) 
  • A small piece of red jasper (For vivid dream recall.)
  • Rosemary (for dream recall)
  • Chamomile (sleep aid, prophetic dreams)
  • Hops (to enhance sleep magic)
  • Mugwort (for prophetic dreams)
  • Bay leaf (for prophetic dreams)
  • Lavender (sleep aid, dreams)
  • Coltsfoot (nightmare ward, dreams)
  • A sigil of your intent
  • Scissors

Best performed during a full moon on a Monday.

What You Do:

  1. Design your sigil beforehand to save time, if you wish.
  2. Perform your ritual spell starters, be that casting a circle, grounding/centering, calling upon deities, whatever. I like to ring a bell to mark the beginning and end of a ritual and focus my mind onto the sound If you’re working with the elements, this is the time to call upon them.
  3. Light the blue candle.
  4. Bless/ consecrate your stuffed animal, priming it for instruction. Let it rest as you continue onto the next step.
  5. Fill the pouch with each of the ingredients, stating what each one is for and what it will be adding to the mix. “This is rosemary. It will aid me in remembering my dreams.”
  6. Draw the sigil onto the bay leaf as you add it, or draw the sigil on a piece of paper, fold it, and add it to the bag.
  7. Pull the bag shut, give it a little shakey-shake. Say a little prayer, poem, or chant if you desire.
  8. Take your stuffed animal, and open up a hole in its back. Move the stuffing around and put the bag inside. I like to place it where its “center” would be if it was a living thing. If your animal already has a hole elsewhere and you would prefer to use that, I feel that should be fine. I think keeping it close to the “heart” is nice though.
  9. Sew the hole shut with the blue thread.
  10. Consecrate the stuffed animal one last time, explaining its purpose to bring you prophetic dreams (or whatever variation!) and that magic will flow through the entire animal. It is now ready.
  11. Close down the ritual and clean up as usual.
  12. Sleep holding the animal (the closer to your torso the better, I’ve found) to encourage more dreams and more prophetic dreams!