film: eclipse

A Lunar Eclipse Spell For Making A Change That Scares You

You will need:

  • A silver candle
  • Two pieces of white paper and a black pen
  • A dark-colored candle

Timing:

From just before a lunar eclipse until the moon reappears in the sky (if you have time, watch the moon disk gradually disappear until full moonlight returns)


The spell:

Light the silver candle as the moon starts to disappear and write a list of all the things that are holding you back from success or happiness.

When the moon is gone, light the dark candle from the silver one, saying, “Problems, obstacles flow from me, eclipsed in darkness may you be.”

One by one, cross out the obstacles on your list, saying, “Eclipsed in darkness may you be.”

When the moon starts to reappear, write on the second paper solutions ro make change possible.

Cut up and dispose of the first paper, saying, “Once more shine bright, you glorious light. I will succeed as darkness turns to white.”

When full moonlight is restored, extinguish the dark candle, saying, “Eclipsed in darkness, obstacles shall be.”

Leave the second paper where you can read it first thing next morning.


- “1001 Spells: The Complete Book Of Spells For Every Purpose,” by Cassandra Eason

The Twilight Saga Meme: [½] Groups- The Cullen Coven

I couldn’t really see Edward’s point, to be honest. What was so great about mortality? Being a vampire didn’t look like such a terrible thing- not the way the Cullens did it, anyway.

CELESTIAL

[adjective]

1. pertaining to the sky or visible heaven, or to the universe beyond the earth’s atmosphere, as in celestial body.

2. pertaining to the spiritual or invisible heaven; heavenly; divine.

3. of or pertaining to celestial navigation.

4. (initial capital letter) of or pertaining to the former Chinese Empire or the Chinese people.

[noun]

5. an inhabitant of heaven.

6. (initial capital letter) a citizen of the Celestial Empire.

Etymology: from Mediaeval Latin cēlestiālis, from Latin caelestis, from caelum, “heaven”.

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