Go to a place that contains many water worn stones. Look for a large flat rock, while visualizing yourself being involved with the perfect mate.
On this rock, mark with red ink two intertwined hearts. As you do this, keep the visualization in mind.
When you’re finished. Bury the stone in the earth in an uncultivated place.
Somebody told us today is International Ninja Day so a Flashback monday to
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja
Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja was created by Jed Elinoff and Scott Thomas
Many of the character designs were supplied by Jhonen Vasquez, the creator of Invader Zim. The Show Ran From
August 13, 2012 to July 27, 2015 with a run of
50 episodes divided in two seasons
I’ve been reading Wicca: A Guide to the Solitary Practitioner by Scott Cunningham, and I saw a good point that he made. When you do your rituals, you don’t need to have elaborate clothes just for magick, or to be sky clad. It is about what is comfortable with you, and wearing clothes does not constrict the release of magickal energies within your body. Many witches would prefer to practice sky clad because they feel more attune this way, but it will not effect the outcome of your magick if you don’t. You can wear a cloak if you’d like also. (would be a good option to wear if you decide to go sky clad during your rituals if you don’t like the idea of complete nudity). If none of this seems to “fit” you then it is fine to wear normal clothing as long as it’s natural fibers like wool or cotton. (I know this seems drab but the clothing is simply to put you into the correct mind set and lead your magick into the right direction). Different colored clothing, jewelry, or cloaks can also help with whatever kind of magick you wish to perform.
Colored clothing that goes well with specific magicks:
Purple: increasing pure divine power (helping to get closer to the god and goddess)
Blue: healing and psychic aspects
Green: magical ecology and herbal magick
Brown: those attune with animals (or casting spells for animals)
White: purification and item cleansings, meditation, and full moon celebrations
Orange or Red: sabbats, attuning to the god, or protective rites
Seek wisdom in books, rare manuscripts, and cryptic poems if you will, but seek it out also in simple stones, and fragile herbs, and in the cries of wild birds. Listen to the whisperings of the wind and the roar of water if you would discover magic, for it is here that the old secrets are preserved.
Scott Cunningham; Wicca: A Guide for the Solitary Practitioner