*Mabon Herbal Prosperity Spell*
Cast a magic Circle or get into a magic space.
Bring with you the following:
- Mabon Oil***
- 1 Gold or yellow candle
- 1 black candle
- 2 tbs. each of yarrow, rosemary and marigold
- 1 clear quartz crystal
- 1 citrine
- 1 thurible
- Mabon incense****
- 1 instant light 'charcoal'
- 1 four inch square of paper
- 1 four inch square of yellow fabric or magic bag
- gold or yellow cord
In a circle, anoint the candles with the Mabon oil. Hold the gold candle and charge it with words to bring prosperity. Charge the black candle to draw you all that is safe, correct, and granted by the Gods and Goddesses. Place the candles in the holders and as you light them say:
"This flame is the light of the God Mabon
and the Mother Goddess Modron."
Light the charcoal. Put a pinch of Mabon Incense on it.
Take the paper and write your spell, what ever it may be, what ever you may want.
Repeat this out loud, speaking to Mabon and Modron. Thank them for the bounty they have given you in the past.
Think of the Wheel of the Year that has come before, and be truly thankful for all you have been granted.
Smudge the spell in the smoke of the incense by passing the paper through the rising smoke.
Roll the spell and tie with some yellow thread or cord and set it aside.
Place the fabric square or magic bag in front of you with some gold cord to tie it. Pick up your dried herbs and stone one by one. Hold them in your hands. Lift your hands and show them to the God and Goddess. Visualize the light of the God and Goddess striking the object. Place the herbs and stone in the bag, tie, and set aside.
Snuff out your candles or let them burn. (You may want to relight them at a time when you want to again cast the spell. . .)
Carry the spell and magic bag with you.
4 drops rosemary oil
4 drops frankincense oil
2 drops apple oil
1 drop chamomile oil
almond oil base
1 part Sandalwood,
1 part Cypress,
1 part Juniper,
1 part Pine,
1/2 part Oakmoss,
1/4 part Oak
This was found in my collection, but can also be found at The Dustgully
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