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Super Money Sachet 

I had a really cool experience with this sachet! Until now, this sachet has been charging in a black drawstring bag with money, corresponding tarot cards, and an enchanted devil’s shoestring (so charging for about 3~4 days). Today, when I decided to use my tarot cards and check on the sachet, immediately after opening the black bag & smelling the sachet, I noticed a gold coin on my floor (the one pictured)… I have never owned  a $1 James Monroe coin before and I had just vacuumed so I have no idea how it got there! Immediately, I knew I had to share!!! I was going to wait until I had used it in my new serving job, but this was way to cool! It smells amazing and has lots of strong energy~!

  • Chamomile : Money
  • Patchouly : Money
  • Basil : Wealth
  • Elder : Prosperity 
  • Lemon Balm : Success
  • Bay Leaf : To write your sigil

Enchant all of your herbs as necessary. On a bay leaf, create a sigil or write out intention. I personally created a sigil based off the intention. “I will make good money.” Burn the bay leaf and then add to enchanted herbs. Place into sachet and DONE! 

To make this sachet more effective… 

  • Bind with green ribbon/lace
  • Burn a green candle while creating this Sachet 
  • Charge appropriately

How I charged my sachet…

I think how I charged this sachet largely influences its energy! I placed my sachet in a black drawstring bag (you could also wrap in cloth or put in larger jar) with the following items: 

  • Money (I just put $2) 
  • King of Pentacles
  • Ace of Pentacles
  • VII of Pentacles 
  • Page of Pentacles
  • X of Pentacles 
  • IX of Pentacles 
  • Enchanted Devil’s Shoestring 

The longer you charge your sachet, the more effective it will be! I hope everyone has positive results!

Herbs for Magical Teas

Alfalfa Leaf: home protection; money draw; prosperity; security.

Bergamont: money draw; success.

Black Cohosh: relaxation; turn worries aside.

Boneset: call upon devas; divination; protection; ward negativity.

Burdock Root: protection; purification; ward negativity.

Chamomile: calmness; meditation; prosperity; purification.

Chickweed: Crone Wisdom; divination; honesty; love; trust.

Comfrey: health; money draw; safety.

Damiana Leaf: attraction; divination; love.

Dandelion Root: divination; Fairies; good luck; honor/invoke devas; psychic power.

Echinacea: body’s self-defense; empowerment; invoke healing devas.

Elder Flower: Fairie blessing; honor/invoke the Goddess; healing; prosperity; rest.

Eyebright: mental sharpness; psychic awareness.

Fennel: healing; honor/invoke Horned God; protection; purification.

Fenugreek Seed: attract money; skill in verbal communication.

Feverfew: health; protection; purification; ward sickness.

Goldenseal: healing; honor/invoke the God; joy; prosperity; success.

Hops: comfort; good health; relaxation; well-being.

Hyssop: purification; ward negativity.

Irish Moss: invoke Fairies; luck; money draw; protection.

Lemon Balm: health; love; success.

Linden (Tila): love; luck; Otherworld; protection; rest.

Mint: Devas; money; protection; prosperity.

Mugwort: Hecate; divination; inspiration.

Mullein: between the worlds travel; courage; divination; health; protection.

Nettle: healing; love; protection; ward negativity.

Orange Peel: divination; love; luck.

Parsley: purification; protection.

Raspberry Leaf: Fairie blessings; health; love; protection.

Rose Hips: divination; consecration; Elves; protection; ward negativity.

Skullcap: healing (esp. headaches); hidden knowledge; Lord of Shadows; protection; wisdom.

Slippery Elm Bark: clear communication; persuasive speech; protection from envy, gossip, and slander.

Uva Ursa: divination; honor/invoke Artemis; purification; psychic awareness.

Valerian Root: Crone magics; love; protection; purification; psychic awareness.

White Oak Bark: fertility; honor/invoke the Green Man; health; protection.

Wild Cherry Bark: creativity; divination; love.

Willow Bark: health; mental acuity; reduce headache pain.

From Ann Moura’s “Grimoire for the Green Witch”

Textbooks

One of the most expensive college experiences is buying textbooks.  There are some various options that you have though.  My main point is in regards to the last option “loose-leaf books”.  Even if you usually buy used and think you save the most money possible, look at this option as it is something I have never heard of before and assume that most other people haven’t either!

What to take into consideration when purchasing/renting books:

  • How long will you keep the book (for the semester vs. forever)
  • Do you plan on marking in the book 
  • Price/Budget
  • Is the book for your major or for a general education class 
  • If you purchase used: quality of the book (markings, highlighting, tears, wear, water damage, stains, broken binding, etc.) 
  • If you purchase online: reliability of the seller (look at feedback)
  • How long will it take for you to receive your book (is it on back-order)

Purchase from the bookstore: Please don’t do this.  This is the place that you will probably spend the most on textbooks.  Unless you wish to spend hundreds of dollars more than you need to, there is no reason to purchase books at your school’s bookstore.

Purchase New:  If you want to buy a book in pristine condition, you can buy new books online via amazon.  Usually this is a cheaper option than buying through the bookstore.  This still isn’t the cheapest option but if you plan on keeping the book for future classes or for your career and you will repeatedly refer back to it, then this is a good option.  You don’t have to worry about wear/tear from previous owners and there isn’t any writing or marking in the book which is always nice. 

Purchase Used: Most of the books I have purchased throughout my undergraduate/masters programs have been used.  You can look for these books through amazon, half.com, and other similar sites.  You can even ask around on campus and see if there is someone who is willing to sell you their old book.  Make sure to check out or ask about the condition of the book.  If there is some scuffing, is this really such a big deal?  On the other hand, if it is all marked up and written in is this going to benefit you or confuse you?  When purchasing used the main thing I pay attention to is the amount of marking that is in the book. 

Rent: This is another option for saving money on books.  The biggest flaw (in my opinion) is that you won’t be able to mark in the book.  I guess you could overcome this problem via sticky notes, but you would still have to worry about accidently spilling on the book in those late night study sessions with coffee.  I guess as clumsy as I am, this is not an option as I would consider but to each their own.  If you do this, I would put a heavy-duty book cover on the book and be very aware of liquids or other things that could damage the book. 

Loose-leaf books: This is something that I just learned about in the past month.  I figured this out via amazon.  There was a book I had to purchase for the upcoming semester that was going to cost me around $250 new or upwards of $200 used in good condition.  I don’t know about other people, but I really don’t want to spend that much on a statistics book that I probably won’t use again after the class is over.  As I was searching amazon (my preferred site for buying books) I noticed there was a copy that was posted for about $110.  My first reaction was “what is wrong with this book?” You want to be aware of cheap copies usually because there is something seriously wrong with the book when it is that cheap (usually, not always).  As I read the description I realized that it was a “loose-leaf” copy of the book.  Basically it is the textbook, but unbound and three-hole punched.  I purchased this, it came wrapped in saran wrap, and I put it in a “heavy duty binder” (because I always have at least 3 empty ones on hand.  If you love binders like I do… I have a weird binder fetish… then this is a great option for saving money!  The nice thing too is if you just need one chapter of the book, you can place it in another binder and not have to carry the entire thing to the library or across campus.  Honestly there is so much information about the previous options I listed, but I had never previously heard about this option and I don’t know how common it is.  If you love binders and want to save money though, you should seriously consider this option! Here are some pictures for all my “visual” followers.  

How I received the “book”: 

Placed in a binder:

If you have any questions, as always feel free to comment or message me! 

Happy Studying, 

TheOrganizedCoyote

ultimate list of herbs/plants

In relation to my second blog: The School of Magick. ⛥

Acacia: Blessing, raising of vibration, and protection via spiritual elevation.
Agrimony (cocklebur): Helps to overcome fear, dispel negative emotions, and overcome inner blockages.
Allspice: Adds strength to will and gives determination and perseverance. Gives added vitality and energy. Also good for social gatherings: increases harmony, sympathy, and cooperation between people and stimulates friendly interaction and conversation.
Almond: Attracts money. Promotes alertness and wakefulness.
Aloe: Promotes patience, persistence, and resolve. Also inner healing and overcoming blockages.
Amber: Mental clarity and focus. Protection from harm, outside influences, and psychic attack.
Ambergris: Strengthens the effect of anything it is added to or used with. By itself, gives strength and vitality (substitute: cypress and patchouli mix)
Anise: Psychic opening and clairvoyance. Opens third eye. Aids in perception of and connection to the Divine.
Aphrodisia: Passion, sexuality, and romance.
Apple or Apple Blossom: Promotes peace of mind, contentment, happiness, and success in all undertakings.
Apricot: Encourages sexuality and sensual passion. An aphrodisiac.
Asafoetida: Protection and banishing negativity.
Azalea: Encourages light spirits, happiness, and gaiety.
Banana: Helps overcome serious blockages or obstacles.
Basil: Promotes sympathy, financial prosperity, peace, and understanding. Helps to avoid arguments and clashes. 
Bayberry: Good fortune, blessing, and money and prosperity.
Bay Leaf (laurel): Protection and purification. Repels negativity. Promotes good fortune, success, and victory.
Benzoin: Used for cleansing and purification. Helps to remove blockages. Promotes strength, confidence, and willpower. Strengthens the effect of anything it is added to or used with.
Bergamot: Protection and prosperity. Combined with mint to work faster.
Birch: Spiritual and psychic opening, connecting with spirit helpers. Promotes balance, harmony, in connection to others.
Camphor: Increases one’s persuasiveness and personal influence. Adds strength to any mixture it is a part of. Also used for purification.

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Spoonie Money Spell Jar

Behold, the first spell I’ve ever written :D Made because my physical/mental issues are making it really difficult for me to find employment outside my home and I’m more than slightly desperate. In our society, the issue so often is that one thing must be exchanged for another and that nothing should be merely given without recompense (which in this situation is pretty shitty) but this spell addresses a little of that, too. I hope this works for anyone who might need it :)

What you’ll need:

Allspice (luck, money)
Almond (money, prosperity)
Basil (wealth)
Cinnamon (success)
Maple seeds or leaf (money)
Salt (represents Earth, the element associated with wealth)
Patchouli incense (money)
A small bottle or jar
A green candle
Five pennies

Moon Phase: Waxing Crescent

What to do:

1. Gather your supplies and cast your circle (if that’s your thing).

2. Place cinnamon, maple leaf/seeds, salt, almond, allspice, and basil inside your jar or bottle and close it with a lid or cork (I put the salt in first to act as the foundation, since it represents Earth but y’all do whatever feels right).

3. Light your candle, light the incense with the candle flame, and hold your bottle above the incense smoke while reciting the following:

I cannot do all that I must
So in this spell I place my trust
That to me shall be brought the wealth
I haven’t strength to earn myself

My limits keep me shut away
In mind at night, indoors by day
But I shan’t take and close my hand;
To all I’ll give what joy I can

So with due haste, bring wealth to me
Without, within, so let it be.

5. Place the pennies on your work surface in a star formation (point up) while focusing on your intent (attracting wealth), and then place your bottle or jar in the center.

6. As you allow it to sit between the pennies, drip some of the green wax from the candle onto the lid to seal it.

7. You’re done! Close your circle, snuff your candle and incense, and clean your space. You may now place the bottle somewhere in your home, but keep the pennies with you in your wallet, coin purse, pocket etc.

Yule Wish Bottle

This was a gift that I gave to a friend for success, prosperity, strength and luck in the coming new year.  

You will need:

a small corked bottle
whole almonds (employment, money, health)
rose buds (protection)
chamomile flowers (money, luck)
bay leaf (strength)
ground ginger (money, success, power)
five finger leaf (money, health, power, wisdom)
ground cinnamon (success, money)
ground allspice (money, luck)
ground clove (money)
elm bark (protection from gossip and false friends)
mandrake root (prosperity, gives the spell a kick)
orange zest (joy, health, purification)
rosemary
a sigil for prosperity, strength, and luck

Add all of the ground ingredients to the bottle first.  Write the sigil on a small piece of paper and roll it up like a scroll and add it to the bottle.  Add the whole pieces last, arranging nicely as best as you can.  While doing this, you can whisper the specifications for your “wish” into the bottle or just focus on the desired outcome as you assemble the bottle.

anonymous asked:

do you know what the highest price you can sell something for in retail as an auction?

The initial price suggested when an item is put in the flea market is its regular resell value. Villagers are still willing to purchase items for a lot more than that price. The equation is Y = 4X - 1 < 10.000 with X being the amount of Bells that Reese suggests, and Y being the maximum amount of Bells you can get for it. That means that an item can be sold for 1 Bell less than 4 times the price Reese suggests for the item, as long as the price will stay beneath 10.000. The maximum profit is achieved on an item worth 2.500 Bells. (source)

Incense Symbology and Uses

African Violet - Enhances spirituality and protection. Used to create attraction and harmony in love and friendship.

Almond- Used for prosperity and wisdom.

Aloes wood - Used for Healing, protection and affection. It is considered to be one of the most precious and rare incense on earth. From the time of antiquity it has been so prized and difficult to find, that it was often traded on an equal level of gold.

Amber Powder - Considered to be an emotion balancer. Used for healing and meditation. It’s intoxicating aroma blends well with everything. Because of it’s divine fragrance, it has been considered as a sacred temple powder often referred to as “Nectar of the Gods” or “Ambrosia”.

Anise, Star - Used for psychic pendulums and good luck charms. It is used to drive away negativity and to bring good luck. Long used as a sacred Japanese temple incense for cleansing and attracting good luck.

Apple - Enhances knowledge and wisdom. Used for love, healing, immortality and garden magik rituals.

Balsam Fir Needles - Enhances breath work or breathing in life. Used for respiratory work and for grounding.

Bamboo- Enhances Divination and protection. Used for luck, protection and hex-breaking rituals. Bamboo is the stick used to hold the herbs and resins in most stick incense. It has magikal uses of it’s own and was used for divination in Chinese Temples.

Banana - Enhances prosperity. Used for fertility, potency and prosperity rituals.

Benzoin Gum Resin- Used for purification and prosperity. Often used as a base for incense blends. An antiseptic used to cleanse the lungs and strengthen the mind. Promotes knowledge, peace, and psychic protection. Considered to be a fine “clearing” resin.

Cedar - Used for purifying, protection and to banish bad dreams. Used by Native Americans in sweat lodges to release heavy emotional energies. Often included with Sage in smudge sticks for clearing and cleansing an area.

Champa - Used for clearing and protection. Used for meditation and for creating your sacred space. It is known to bring an individuals energies into harmonious balance.

Cherry - Enhances divination and attraction. It has long been used to stimulate or attract intament love.

Cinnamon Powder- Enhances spiritual consciousness and protective energies.
Cinnamon- has long been used for healing and money rituals. As well as, a stimulant and aphrodisiac. It was used as a Holy anointing oil by ancient Hebrews.

Coconut- Long been used for protection rituals, especially in chastity spells.

Copal, Black Resin- Enhances energies of the heart. Used for healing the heart, either physical or emotional illnesses. It has long been used as an incense during “Day of the Dead” Celebrations.

Copal, White Resin - Enhances energies of the heart. Used primarily for emotional matters of the heart, for love and purification. It is the cleanest and purest of the Copals. Is has long been considered to be a sacred “Food of the Gods”.

Clove Powder - Enhances banishing rituals. Used to drive away hostile, negative forces. It is also used to attract positive spiritual energies and to purify a negative area.

Desert Sage - Enhances protection and purification to bring about wisdom and health. Traditionally used to drive out bad spirits, feelings and influences. An important Native American Plant.

Dragon’s Blood Resin - Red Resin from a palm tree. It enhances rituals involving love, protection and exorcism. Used for consecration, protection, and good luck. It is also thought to increase the potency of other resins.

Eucalyptus Leaf - Enhances good health and protection.Used for healing and sickness rituals.

Frankincense Resin - Used for purification, spiritual growth, knowledge and meditation. Long used by the Catholic church to release powerful positive energies and to drive away evil and negativity.

Frankincense & Myrrh Resin- Enhances spirituality, healing, protection and exorcism. Used for purification, spiritual growth, knowledge and meditation. Two most popular blessed resins of the kings.

Gardenia - Enhances Moon energies, it is a must for Esbat rituals. Often used for love spells and to attract good, peaceful spirits during rituals.

Geranium Leaf, Nutmeg- Enhances prosperity and fertility. Used for luck , prosperity, fidelity, love and fertility

Geranium, Oak Leaf- Enhances friendship. Used to maintain a friendship or make a friendship stronger, creating a ‘true’ friendship.

Geranium Leaf, Orange Citrus Geranium- is burned for luck, love, fidelity, money and weddings.

Geranium Leaf, Rose - A beautiful rose fragrance that is used for in love & healing sachets. It promotes calm and relieves stress.

Ginger Root - Used to promote psychic growth and success.

Gum Arabic Powder - Used for psychic purification and protection. It’s a sweet, light vanilla scent which has often been used for making scents and adhesives.

Honeysuckle - Enhances the bonds of love. Used to heal relationships, or make a love stronger. It’s honey sweet smell was used in Victorian times to promote mental and emotional attraction. It was often used in a small sachet worn around a woman’s wrist.

Hyacinth - Enhances love, protection and happiness. Guards against nightmares.

Jasmine Flowers - Enhances relaxation and dreams. Used to create prophetic dreams if burned in the bedroom or in a sachet pillow.

Juniper Berry Powder - Enhances healing and healing rituals. Used to guard against evil forces and energies, hexes and sickness. It has long been used throughout Europe in rooms of the sick.

Juniper Leaf - Enhances healing and healing rituals. Used to guard against evil forces and hexes. It has long been used throughout Europe in rooms of the dying.

Lavender Flowers - Enhances healing rituals for love and compassion. Used for bringing compassion to intament relationships and to protect relationships.

Lavender- Enhances devotion and virtue. Used by Native Americans with Sage in a smudge stick, to clear and cleanse an area for spiritual work. Promotes communication in meditation between an individual and the GreatSpirits.

Lemon Balm - Used for compassion and gentleness. A shared sympathy.
Lemon grass Enhances psychic awareness. Used for psychic meditations.

Lilac - Enhances protection. Used to bring peace and harmony into an area. Lilac has long been planted over garden gates to ensure peace and harmony is maintained within the gates.

Lotus - Enhances good fortune and love while promoting long life. Used for protection and as a sacred offering to the Gods. The Lotus has been long revered in the East as a mystical symbol of life, spirituality and the center of the universe.

Magnolia - Enhances relationship commitment. Used for fidelity and love. Magnolia trees have long been planted around a house in the south to promote love of the family and home.

Musk - Enhances self-confidence, determination and a strong will to succeed. Used for sexual attraction and to promote sensuality. Musk has long been used in mens colognes to promote attraction.

Myrrh Resin- Enhances meditation and contemplation. Used to release and banish negativity, to promote spiritual enlightenment and progression. It was often used in the temple of Isis.

Nag Champa Powder- Enhances energies into harmonious balance. Used to clear and cleanse an area for ritual work. Especially good for setting space for meditation, group rituals or gatherings.

Osha Root - Used to treat respiratory and rheumatic complaints. Long used by Native American healers for it’s powerful healing abilities. Incredible butterscotch and celery scent promotes health.

Orange Peel - Enhances weddings and unions. Used for luck, love and money.

Orange Blossom (Neroli) - Enhances attraction and sexual magnetism. Used to attract love and romance.

Patchouli Powder - Enhances prosperity. Used for fertility (love) or prosperity (all areas of prosperity such as personal relationships, careers, finances etc.).

Peppermint Leaf - Used for growth and renewal.

Pineapple - Used for luck and chastity. Pineapples have long symbolized success in the south and were used to bring luck and money to the home and family. Or when used as a head piece on a bed, to symbolize luck and fertility, as well as chastity.

Pine Needles and Cones - Used for humility and protection. Often placed in the home during the winter to promote protection and health through the cold season.

Rose Petals

Yellow rose pedals are used for bringing success to any kind of venture. Such as a court case, a new business plan, looking for a job and so on.

Red rose pedals are used for matters of love and protection.

Pink rose pedals are used for matters of protection and compassion.

White rose pedals are used for protection and any general spiritual matter. Such as communicating with spirit, working on raising energies for meditation or bringing a greater sense of Divinity into your spirit.

Purple rose pedals are used for matters of divination. Such as working to identify your psychic ability, developing your talent and learning the wisdom of divination.

Rosemary Leaf- Enhances memory. Used for love, healing and mental or remembrance rituals. Stimulates memory and clarification. Use of Rosemary has been documented to ancient Egyptian times.

Saffron - Used for happiness and healing sadness.

Sage - Enhances wisdom and immortality. Sage has long been sacred to Native Americans and were incorporated in most smudge sticks.
Sage Leaf (California) Used to purify and protect objects, places and people. Sage has long been sacred to Native Americans and were incorporated in most smudge sticks.

Sandal Wood Powder- Used for spiritual awareness, meditation and psychic development. It has long been used as a base to hold incense sticks to help add it’s energies to the incense being burned.

Strawberry - Enhances tenderness, friendship and love. Strawberries have long been associated with love and celebrations as a food. Such as chocolate covered strawberries used as an aphrodisiac, or strawberries and champaign as a symbol in the celebration love

Sweet grass - Used to purify spaces and to attract positive influences.

Tea, Green - Used for healing to promote health and physical strength.

Vanilla - Enhances prosperity and dedication. Used to promote dedication of home and hearth, and to bring about prosperity in all areas of one’s life, of the family unit and of home. Every home seems much happier and cozy when some type of food is baking with vanilla in it. Such as cookies or cakes.

Verbena, Lemon - Used carried for protection of love. In the Victorian era, women would often stuff a small sachet of lemon verbena and slip it into the coat pocket of their husband or intended.

Money/ Financial Prosperity Charm

Hello witchy people!

So I recently became unemployed (I’m actually okay with this) and I’ll been going through the archives looking for a new job or financial prosperity spell that I could adapt to fit my situation, but no luck!

I decided to take this opportunity to cast my first original spell! Please feel free to add to or leave out anything that you like. This is what I had at hand tonight and is kind of impromptu so, I’m sure the spell will evolve over time.

I conducted this spell on a Tuesday during the Waxing Moon. 

What You’ll Need:

- Small glass bottle

- Green candle

- Funnel (not pictured) 

- Money Maker oil (Can use any money/ luck oil, ie., Cinnamon, Ginger, Bayberry, etc.) 

- Herbs:

  • - Vervain: attracts wealth, removes negative energies, aids creativity 
  • Oak Leaf: Money, luck, potency
  • - Silver weed: success, luck, money
  • - Basil: money, success, happiness, mental boost, creativity
  • - 2 whole cloves**: Good luck 
  • - Allspice**: Prosperity and success

** I found whole clove and allspice in my cabinet after I had finished, so they aren’t used in this current charm; had I found them earlier I definitely would have included them. ** 

Steps: 

  1. Combine all your herbs with your mortar and pestle until good and ground/mixed. Really focus on your intentions while grinding down herbs. I like to sing to send more energy into the mixture but that’s just me. 
  2. Uncork your bottle or remove the lid and place your funnel inside the mouth of the bottle. 
  3. take a pinch full or ¼ of the bottle of your herb mixture and funnel it into your bottle
  4. Place a drop of money maker oil into the bottle just about coating the herbs.
  5. Repeat Steps 3 and 4 until the bottle is full or you have no more herbs left, making sure you top off the bottle with a drop of oil.
  6. Seal/Cork your bottle and light your green candle. Once the candle is starts melting down, seal your bottle with the green melted wax. This ensures the bottle will not open, releasing it’s energy. 
  7. While the candle is still lit, place your bottle over the flame until you see your residual oil around the bottom of the bottle start to bubble. (This shouldn’t take more than a minute)

Once cool, petition whomever your seek guidance in to bless and grant your success in your finances or career/ get a new job/ come into stable money. 

For a mock up of what I said: 

Blessed be to you Oshun (Ochun), Goddess of all things beautiful/

I call on you to allow me to find a new job/ 

Thank you Oshun, Goddess of the rivers and streams/ 

The protector of your children/ 

I come to you tonight for guidance in my finances/

For you are gracious as you are beautiful/

Mother Oshun, in you all things are possible/

Your child thanks you.

Place it on your altar or keep it on your person to keep it charged. 

Let me know if you ever use this and how you adapted it for your needs!