Casting Instructions for ‘Lilac’s Honest Romance’
[lgc_column grid=”65″ tablet_grid=”50″ mobile_grid=”100″ last=”false”]Day: Sunday (Monday is also acceptable)
Time: Near Midnight (or Monday Sunrise)
Before casting this spell try to relax and stare at the moon or sky. Imagine the energy filling you and removing all the darkness and impurities.
Anoint the Candles with lavendar, honey, and/or aloe. While doing this say:
”Negativity I banish thee, Promote only tender thougts for me, False love shall not ever prevail, Whether or not my spell shall fail, With the power of three, So mote it be!”.
Now use a wand or your projecting hand to cast a circle around yourself. Light the candles and stare into them. Then take a picture of an object representing the person, it doesn’t have to belong to them such as a picture of a cat if they love animals or a picture of fish if they love tuna and seafood. Make sure its just a cheap computer printout and not a family photo or anything important!
Place the white candle on top of the picture, or if the candle is in a holder, squash up the picture and put it in the holder. Just make sure the candle won’t fall over with the printout in the holder, perhaps a very SMALL printout would be useful here… Either way, try to get the picture under the white candle and focus on the truth. Focus on an answer, not yes or no, just will for the truthful answer to come to you.
If you know any ceromancy, look for certain aspects of the flame to see how it’s going. Is the flame slow and steady as though it’s going to win the race? Or does it put itself out of it’s misery and give up?
Burning sage or a purple plant will inhance your spirituality and hopefully give you an extra boost of truth in your working. Now inhale the smoke/fresh air and start to chant the spell, one hand on each pink candle. Will the white candle wax to drip on the picture representing your loved one: (* is replaced with your loved ones name)
”Would you, dear *, consider me? As the bee to the flower, And the flower to the bee?
Would you, dear *, like to share life? As a man to a woman, And a husband to a wife?
Or perhaps, you’d consider, a little bit of fun? Like a child with a friend, Or the Moon with the Sun?
I want you to think about being together, Like rain and the weather, A bird and a feather.
I want you to think about being apart, A board without a dart, Or men without a heart.
But most of all, *, I want you to think? Could you love me dear *? Just give me a wink.
Blink three times yes or one wink no, But never forget that I love you so.
Do you, dear *, love me for me? With that answer, so mote it be!”.
Blow out the pink candle and count to three. Take the picture from under the white candle. What shape is the wax marks on the picture, do they signify anything? Or perhaps a shape has formed around a specific part of their body? Look for a while until you feel like you’re ready to stop. Close the circle and rest the candle with the picture under it on a windowsill until it burns out or the flame is blown out.[/lgc_column][lgc_column grid=”35″ tablet_grid=”50″ mobile_grid=”100″ last=”false”][/lgc_column]