A spell resource for a follower

24Nov2015

magieundkuhnheit said:
Hi! I’m sorry to bother you, but do you know any spell to make someone think of you? Like I think good and nice things of someone at random times of the day and my heart warms and I feel okay?

Hello there Catalina,

I’m guessing there is someone you feel you are invisible to. Below are some links to a few spells I thought you could use.

I also included a link to a post about spellcrafting, and below the cut, colors and herbs that might be used in the development of your own personalized spell(s) for now and the future.

I myself use Sigils (SnowflakeSigils) more than any other spell type

Friendship Spell

rainy-day-witchcraft answered:
Spell for Attracting Positive People
Spell for those of Like Mind
Long-Lasting Friendship Spell
How to make an enchanted water spell. By wiccateachings

Spellcrafting by windvexer

Correspondences for friendship and love below the read more.

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The War is Upon Us.

When I first started researching as a young woman the direction I felt I should go. I came across such information as you’ve mentioned here. I knew mine wasn’t a beaten path to follow and had known since I was a quite young. Seeing another’s understanding is wonderful.
Thank you

Star Candles and Sickles

Mort_de_la_philosophe_Hypatie

For centuries those who hold power in society have been persecuting and executing our genius minds in the name of heresy and crimes against the church. Galileo, the Italian philosopher, mathematician, engineer, and astronomer figured out that the sun did not go around the planet. He was punished for revealing this scientific fact with house arrest where he continued to write about his findings. He was lucky. He was not committed to the pyre as so many others were. He was lucky. He was not female. Hypatia, in earlier days, was also these things that Galileo was and was murdered by a Christian mob accused of what most females are accused of in those days- creating conflict. I suspect there was far more to her murder than just the fact she was controversial.

Reading documents from those who fanned the witch hunts and Spanish inquisition reveals some very interesting things…

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Palindromes and Magic Words

PuzzleNation.com Blog

[Palindrome, written as an ambigram.]

Regular readers of PuzzleNation Blog know that I am a history buff. I love delving into the past and exploring the myriad ways that language and puzzles have evolved over the centuries. Whenever puzzles tie into a moment in history, whether it’s wartime cryptography or rumors of crossword espionage, I’m immediately hooked.

And it turns out that palindromes have been around far longer than I previously suspected.

Palindromes, as you probably know, are words, phrases, or sentences that can be read the same way backwards and forwards. From “race car” to “Madam, I’m Adam” to “Go hang a salami, I’m a lasagna hog,” palindromes are a classic example of wordplay.

One of the most famous palindromes is dated all the way back to 79 AD in Pompeii (though it has been found in other places throughout history), and is known as the Sator…

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How Swamp Does It: Cleaning & Cleansing

Silent Seance

I had this brilliant idea. I’m starting a series of posts about how I do things. My way is in no way the right or only way, it’s just how I do it. Feel free to make adjustments that fit you and your lifestyle!

The question I get most often goes something like  “I think there is a thing in my house, what do I do??” The first course of action should be to find out if there is actually something there. For some people, this can be complicated. Spirits whether benevolent or not so much can manifest in a lot of different ways which further complicates things. Their presence can be marked by cold spots, energy feeling ‘off’, the feeling of being watched, or in some cases, they can be way more intense. In many of the instances I’ve encountered, rather than it being some sort of spirit issue…

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Zodiac exploration

Taurus Midheaven is nothing if not persistent. They know how to tough it out. Difficulties don’t throw them off the path if they believe it will get them results.

They can side track me though!

They know they have creative potential and will invest in it wholeheartedly. They like consistency; it is important for them, as is security. People born with a Taurus Midheaven must feel safe and secure. It may mean different things to different people, but once they learn what makes them feel the most secure, they stick with it.

We bought the house we rented because I didn’t want to move!

Those born with the Midheaven in Taurus like to be in charge, and once they are, it is very difficult to relinquish their position to others. They become very possessive of their position. They have trouble delegating, because they feel they have the skills to do it better. They have a need to earn enough money to supply their needs. Even if they don’t have enough money, everyone thinks they do. Possible careers that individuals with a Taurus Midheaven may consider fall into banking,

☆art☆

, music, finance, agriculture, real estate, landscaping, architecture or conservation. Whatever they choose, they like to be

☆hands on with the job☆.

Ideally, they like to create things for others to appreciate.

Everything must be real and tangible. If they don’t need the money, they may find equal satisfaction in a volunteer position where they can excel. Individuals with a Taurus Midheaven have a talent for seeing business opportunities.

Taurus Midheaven is sure of their beliefs. They don’t feel it necessary to force what they believe onto other people. Having their beliefs questions, however, can cause a big rift. Their beliefs are often structured very rigidly. This helps them feel comforted and secure emotionally.

Self-employment is possible for Taurus Midheaven.

They love to develop their skills and help others; what better way to do this than when they are the boss? Once they find their niche, they are content to sail through the rest of life.

Taurus Midheaven doesn’t like change. This goes for both the physical world and the mental one. Ideas can stick with them no matter what until they are finally convinced they should let it go. This can work with an unsatisfactory career, too.

They may spend years in a dead-end job,

but they fear the change, even if it may be better. They may appear stingy because they never feel they have enough to be secure. They need to learn that sometimes it is worth letting things go to open up to a rich relationship.

While they may tend to surround themselves with comfortable things, they may grow dissatisfied with them. This feeling will lead to the realization that knowledge is their true security, not things. They have a real need for understanding from others.

Crows; a Harbinger, Scholar, Trickster, and a Corvus

Mind Space Apocalypse

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“One Crow for sorrow,
Two Crows for mirth;
Three Crows for a wedding,
Four Crows for a birth;
Five Crows for silver,
Six Crows for gold;
Seven Crows for a secret, not to be told;
Eight Crows for heaven,
Nine Crows for hell;
And ten Crows for the devils own self.”

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– The Crow is any of several large black birds belonging to the family of Passerine birds that comprise the genus Corvus, which include: Jays, Magpies, Nutcrackers, Jackdaws and Ravens. They can be found on every continent except South America and Antarctica, but some, especially those found on islands, are endangered and their habits little known. Northern-hemisphere crows are sometimes migratory, but most often they stay resident the year round.

Crows in many respects are very similar to the Raven in appearance, but are smaller and less heavily billed. Like the Ravens, Crows are among the most intelligent and…

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New list, Daily Ritual/Routine;

I need to get better at staying on track.

Exploring My Heritage, and Me

Week days 

  • Salute to the Sun
  • Eat Little bits as observed
  • Take care of Me
  • Dailydraw/Study
  • Water garden, indoors
  • Cleaning and other household maintenance
  • current order/project
  • Eat some more

Weekend might go pot

  • Salute to the sun
  • Eat
  • Me
  • Dailydraw /Study
  • Water
  • Hiking….Road trip….Camping….Whatever clicks or clock

The days I can stick to the plan are so much better.

STAYING ON TASK

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I wish I had a way to record the electrical storm that’s moving over right now as I

try to go to sleep.

The clouds finally opened up. There’s been a good half hour of lightning and thunder before the rain.

The storm zapped someone’s home.

New list, Daily Ritual/Routine;

Week days 

  • Salute to the Sun
  • Eat Little bits as observed
  • Take care of Me
  • Dailydraw/Study
  • Water garden, indoors
  • Cleaning and other household maintenance
  • current order/project
  • Eat some more

Weekend might go pot

  • Salute to the sun
  • Eat
  • Me
  • Dailydraw /Study
  • Water
  • Hiking….Road trip….Camping….Whatever clicks or clock

The days I can stick to the plan are so much better.

STAYING ON TASK

Devoted without Devotion

The Twisted Rope

I have a hard time talking about devotion. The word devotion, much like the word worship, has a lot of baggage tied to it. And if you ask several people how they define devotion, you’ll get all sorts answers back. As it turns out, we all have a lot of different ideas about what it means to be devoted to the gods. And it makes sense why a lot of people would have differing, and sometimes conflicting, ideas about devotion, as the definitions for the word devotion run the gamut:

de·vo·tiondəˈvōSH(ə)n/ noun
  • a feeling of strong love or loyalty: the quality of being devoted
  • the use of time, money, energy, etc., for a particular purpose
  • devotions: prayer, worship, or other religious activities that are done in private rather than in a religious service
  1. profounddedication;consecration.
  2. earnestattachmenttoacause,person,etc.
  3. anassignmentorappropriationto

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