Spells for money may seem a bit less glamorous than spells for love, but can be just as important (especially if your budget is running in the red). Don’t expect money to raining down on you if you do one of these spells, they don’t always work like that.
You may find yourself in a situation that forces a change of attitude with regards to how you spend your money, or you may even lose something in your life that results in more financial savings. Spells for money aren’t always that obvious with their results.
Money Bottle Spell
This is a personal favorite that has worked well for me on more than one occasion. You will need a few items for this spell though:
- A small bottle with a lid
- 5 coins in different denominations
- 5 kernels of dried corn
- 5 sesame seeds
- 5 pieces of cinnamon stick
- 5 whole cloves
- 5 allspice seeds
- 5 peanuts
Choose a bottle large enough to fit everything but not too large. You want to fill the bottle. And the peanuts are just the edible parts (no shells) and unsalted.
Put everything in the bottle and shake it up. While you’re doing so, repeat the words of the spell:
Silver and spices, Copper and grain
I need to increase, My financial gain
Store the finished bottle near where you keep your wallet or purse, but you don’t have to carry it with you (though you can if you want). As you can see from the words, having at least one coin that is silver and copper would be great.
Wealth from the Four Elements
This spell for money uses energy from all four elements for some added power. It’s still a very simple spell that only takes a few minutes. Your supplies are
- A green candle
- Sage incense
Light the incense and say:
May air blow riches towards me
Light the candle and say:
May fire light my way
Put a few grains of salt on your tongue, and say:
May earth grow my fortune
Drink the water and say:
May water cleanse me today
Leave the incense and candle to burn out. Leave a little bit of each element on your altar until your money troubles are over. So, leave the candle stub, incense ash and small bowls of both salt and water. Refill the water as necessary.