To Remove Bad Luck From All Areas Of Your Life

You will need:

  • A piece of paper
  • A blue pen and a red pen
  • A small plastic recyclable lidded container


Right at the end of the waning moon cycle

The spell:

Write in blue all over both sides of the paper, in all directions, vertically, horizontally, and diagonally so that the words overlap, BAD LUCK BE GONE FOREVER, RETURN TO ME NEVER.

Draw a big red diagonal cross through both sides, saying:  “You are banned from my life, you troubled and strife, forever; return to me never.”

Fold the paper as small as possible and place it in the container, saying all the spell words. Add water and close the lid firmly.

Keep it in the freezer for a month.

After a month, dispose of it well away from your home in a recycling bin.

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

To Turn the Tiniest Indoor or Balcony Plant Display into a Garden of Power and Healing

You will need:

  • Six small moss or tree (dendritic) agate crystals, jade, amethyst, or green glass beads


Friday Morning

The spell:

Leave the crystals open from early morning to noon, saying: “Be filled with power, be filled with light, that you will grow in loving might, though small my garden, hardly land, in nature’s richness I do stand.”

Plant a small crystal in your favorite five plants, repeating the spell words. Save the sixth crystal.

Whenever you water your plants, use water in which you have soaked the sixth crystal overnight. Remove the crystal afterwards and leave it whee light will shine on it.

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

To Restore Good Luck if you Break or Lose a Lucky  Charm or Item

You will need:

  • A replacement lucky charm
  • A soft silk scarf
  • The pieces of the broken charm; if it is lost, draw an image of it on a piece of paper and cut it into larger pieces


As dusk falls, ideally on the last day of the month

The Spell:

Set a piece of the old charm on the scarf next to the new one so that they are touching, saying: “Luck cannot be lost, and so with trust i transfer good fortune, so luck is renewed with no further ado.”

Knot the scarf and leave the old and new charms together for twenty-four hours in a dark place.

Unwrap the scarf, repeating the words seven times.

Bury the paper pieces or the broken charm (secured in a box so that it will not hurt any wildlife if it is sharp) under a tree.

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