Would you like to be more grounded on your rituals, or spells? Perfection in them is an open door to new dimensions of success or greatness that could boost your morale as a witch or wizard. It is often used to define the strength or potency of your magic.

Rituals can create a confusing area for contemporary witches. Among thousands of witchcraft available online and in books and other publications, many of them are recreated versions of each other. There are many types of rituals or spells, so it can be extremely difficult to filter it all and look for certain ritual that speaks to you. Therefore, it is essential for one to learn how to create their rituals, a ritual that comes within you.

Though creating your own rituals might be tricky and challenging as an amateur witch or wizard may think, but once they look at the fundamental structure of a ritual, it is just like all “fill in the blanks” type of an already customized one. Notwithstanding that though, the idea of using imagination and creativity within a customized ritual feels like quite too much to do, so it’s still great to use prewritten rituals and put a little “magic” on it.

The fundamental rule in creating witch craft rituals is to first and foremost understand the purpose of having a particular ritual. Though the idea of research might be a bit tiring, before sitting down to start formulating your own ritual, there is a lot of personal work to be done in order for the ritual to be effective. It is good to have in mind that rituals must not have to be elaborately worded affairs that might take long hours to perform. Some of the most effective rituals are the ones who come directly from the heart. Some two very important, and well used steps, their importance and objectives of use are going to be elaborately discussed in the next paragraph.

Casting the circle is the well-known step used by witches which entails creating or forming a circle. This circle could be drawn out physically or imaginary. The space within the circle is said to be sacred and considered to be “between two worlds”. This helps in keeping the growing energy inside the circle, keeping unwanted energy away.

Many spells and rituals start with the instruction: “Cast a circle, and then…” At this point you’re probably wondering, what exactly is this magical circle? Why do you need to cast it? And what’s the best way to do it?

A magical circle is an energetic atmosphere that you build or envision around yourself before casting a spell, when trying to perform a ritual. This process could differ based on the number of people, and its purpose. For a solitary witch or wizard, the diameter is usually around 5 or 6 feet, but expands based on the size of the coven. Other times, the circle could be represented by something in the physical world, such as a ring of candles, coven of witches or wizards hold hands around a circle, scarves or perhaps symbolic items at the four cardinal points.

A reason for use of the circle is the fact that it provides protection. It is cast with the intention that only energies that are positive and beneficent to the individual casting it may enter or dwell within. This way, when the witch or wizard is open to the energetic realm, they need not worry about picking up energies or currents that are not for their benefit. It also serves as a container for personal energy as well as the energy being conjured. Your power as a magical practitioner is made clear and defined by the circle.

Casting a circle can be done in many different ways, depending on the taste of the person performing. Magical practitioners cast circles in many ways.

The following is a well-defined step on the procedure to casting a magic circle.

1. Find a flat, quiet open space where you won’t be disturbed.
2. Indicate the four cardinal directions using a compass.
3. Place a simple representation of each of the four elements at each corresponding point around the circle, in the appropriate order: Earth/north, Air/east, Fire/south, and Water/west.
4. Stand facing east, in the center of the circle. Relax and envision the wind whipping around you and get really in tune with the element of air. And then simply make the utterance “Spirits of Air, I call on you.”
5. Turn to the south still in a relaxed state, envision the crackling flames and the noonday sun. Once you feel relax and tune with fire make the utterance “Spirits of Fire, I call on you.”
6. While maintaining the same fix position, turn to the west, envision flowing water in waves and waterfalls and streams, possibly moving around your body. When you feel attuned with water, say, “Spirits of Water, I call on you.”
7. Turn to the north. Conjure up the scent of the earth after it rains. Imagine the silence and darkness of a cave and the rooted feeling of being barefoot on the earth. When you feel attuned, say, “Spirits of Earth, I call on you.”
8. Still facing north, become aware of your feet and send a column of light deep into the core of the Earth. Bring golden white light up from the center of the earth and into your body. Say, “Mother Earth, I call on you.”
9. Next, send branches or a column of light up from the crown of your head, out of the earth’s atmosphere and into the Infinite Cosmos. Bring golden white light down from the Cosmos and down into your body. Say, “Father Sky, I call on you.”
10. Feel protected and contained on all sides, as well as from above and below. Feel gratitude for this Divine support and say, “Thank you, thank you, thank you. The circle is cast. Blessed be.”

Now you can sit in the center of your circle and meditate or work your magic. When you’re done with the ritual, don’t forget to thank each element as well as the earth and cosmos.

This is just one amongst many other ritual processes, which will be discussed in subsequent articles. In the meantime, I hope you have a touch of knowledge concerning rituals and spells.

How to Cast Magic Spells

How to Cast Magic Spells

To cast magic spells is actually very simple once you understand a few key principles of white magic that you can follow. Here are a few of the fundamental ideas of casting magic spells to quickly introduce you to the subject so you know what to expect, and can begin to cast your own spells.


Before you start a spell you must prepare yourself for the huge volumes of power and energy that are about to course through your body and in the air around you. You must ground yourself so as to connect yourself with the Earth and all the energy and magic therein, and you must center your spirit so you are calm, focused, relaxed and ready to perform good magic.

Grounding and centering usually consists of a few short and simple exercises to relax your body and mind, and to connect yourself with the Earth give you an anchor point to quickly come back to reality in case you get very carried away during the spell casting.


In this process you invite the power of the four corners of the Earth, the power of the five elements (Earth, Air, Fire, Water and Aether/Spirit), and any other Gods, Goddesses or deities you wish to communicate with.

You also create a circle of protective energy around yourself which protects you from external forces and keeps your magic contained so it can be properly directed.


The third rule of good spell casting is that you must focus your will on your desired outcome. Most of the magic from the spells you cast will come from within yourself, and from your mind and spirit. You must concentrate clearly on your wishes and goals, why you’re casting the spell and what you want to happen.

Visualise the outcome clearly and sharply in your head, and mentally commit to putting all your energy and effort into achieving those goals from this point forward. Your belief in the magic is proportional with the power that you direct into the spell and also proportional to the results.

The more you believe, the better your magic will be and so the better the results will be.


Next comes the actual spell part.

You will normally have found a spell somewhere – the library, a bookshop, or in the Internet somewhere. Spells usually consist of short, simple rituals such as lighting candles, mixing oils and herbs in water, simple movements or the arms and body, reciting incantations aloud and so on.

The spell is the tool which unlocks the power inside you and allows it to be released towards your goals. Having the correct spell will mean that the largest possible amount of power is released and so the spell will be most effective.

You have to have the right tool for the job at hand.


When the spell is finished, do not simply abandon the ideas and the goals you’ve committed to – now you must continue the magic by holding these things in your head at all times and continuing to focus on them.

Every day, quickly run through a short visualisation of your intended outcome and imagine yourself being happy, successful, loved and everything else you want to be. Eventually, with patience and practice, your magic will take effect and you will get everything you’ve ever wanted!

Magic spells come in many different styles, traditions, formats and for different specific purposes. For example, love spells are a very popular branch of magic. Click the links to learn more.


Make your own beautiful Bath Salts

Make your own beautiful Bath Salts

Commercial bath salts will do absolutely nothing on an esoteric level – they have too many chemical additives and artificial perfumes – so it is a nice touch to make your own using single essential oils, blends and/or herbs.

The fact that you have mixed  them yourself means they are infsex magicused with your own vibration and therefore will work on a very subtle level.

Matching your bath salt perfume to your incense perfume does wonders for your inner self.

You will need

•    1 PART ROCK SALT (or Borax)
•    HANDFUL OF HERBS (optional)


  • Mix the first three ingredients thoroughly in the mixing bowl.
  • Use your hands as this will enable you to imbue the salts with your own energy.


This is your basic mixture and can be perfumed or colored in any way that you please.

Note: It is wise when using essential oils to mix them first if you are using a blend to allow the synergy between the oils to develop.

  • Add your colouring first and mix to your satisfaction, then follow with your oil or blend a drop at a time.
  • Add the herbs to the mixture and combine thoroughly.
  • Be generous with the oils since the salts will absorb a surprising amount without you realizing. Your nose, however, as with all oils and perfumes is the best judge – there is no right or wrong amount.

Directions for use

  • When you wish to use your salts, add approximately 2 tablespoons to a full bathtub and mix well.
  • Enjoy!



A spell to reverse negativity or hexes towards you

A spell to reverse negativity or hexes towards you

To reverse negativity or hexes

Try this candle spell using the element of Fire to reverse any negativity or hexes you become aware of being sent in your direction.

Anger from others can often be dealt with in this way, but deliberate maliciousness may require more force.

You need to be as dispassionate as you can when dealing with a hex, which is defined as ‘an evil spell’.


You will need


Rosemary has these magical powers: Protection, Love, Lust, Mental Powers, Exorcism, Purification, Healing, Sleep, Youth


Visualize all blocks in your life-path being removed.

TIP – i don’t mean just think about it for a second. You really have to image what it would be like to not have this issue in your life. How would you feel? What else would you be doing without the worry of this issue? So you may need from 5 minutes to 30 minutes to get yourself in the picture.

Anoint your candle with the oil.
On the piece of paper write in black ink:

All blocks are now removed.

Fold the paper three times away from you.

TIP – You fold AWAY from you as you are REMOVING the issue – not bringing the issue towards you by folding it forward.

Light the candle and burn the paper in your dish.
Invoke the power of fire and its elemental spirits by repeating three times:


Firedrakes and salamanders,
Aid me in my quest,
Protect me from all evil thoughts
Turn away and send back this hex.

After the third repetition close the spell in whatever way is appropriate for you.
A simple statement is enough:

Let it be so.


Why use Rosemary Oil?

Rosemary Products
Rosemary, when burned, emits powerful cleansing and purifying vibrations, and so is smouldered to rid a place of negativity, especially prior to performing magic. It is one of the oldest incenses. When placed beneath the pillow rosemary ensures a good sleep and drives away nightmares. Laid under the bed it protects the sleeper from all harm. Rosemary is also hung on the porch and doorposts to keep thieves from the house and is carried to remain healthy. Placed in the bath it purifies. A chaplet of rosemary, worn, aids the memory, while the wood, smelled often, preserves youthfulness. To ensure the latter add a rosemary infusion to the bath water.

Rosemary has long been used in love and lust incenses and other mixtures, and healing poppets are stuffed with rosemary to take advantage of its curative vibrations.

Rosemary infusion is used to wash the hands before healing work, and the leaves mixed with juniper berries are burned in sickrooms to promote healing.

If you wish to receive knowledge or the answer to a question, burn rosemary on charcoal and smell its smoke.

Rosemary is also grown to attract elves, and the powdered leaves wrapped in linen cloth and bound to the right arm dispel depression and make the emotions light and merry.

Rosemary is generally used as a substitute for frankincense.

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How to call down the quarters

The beginning of starting any witchcraft spell or ritual involves calling to the great 4 corners of the earth.

You do this after casting your protective circle, then you’ll want to ‘call the quarters’, that is invoke the elementals and their energies at the four compass points of your sacred space. These are the Watchtowers, the protectors, the energies that add fuel to your magical workings and power to your rituals…Earth, Air, Fire, and Water.

You Will Need:

1. Four candles:


North: Earth

Set a green candle at the north gate, the gate of Earth. Light this candle, raise your athame/wand/or index finger in the air, and while drawing the invoking pentagram of Earth in the space above this candle say:


Watchtowers of the North,
I summon you now
To this sacred place.
Guard this circle
Outside of time and space.
By the powers of Earth,
To my magic give birth.”


East: Air

Set a yellow candle at the east gate, the gate of Air. Light this candle, raise your athame/wand/or index finger in the air, and while drawing the invoking pentagram of Air in the space above this candle say:


Watchtowers of the East,
I summon you now
To this sacred place.
Guard this circle
Outside of time and space.
By the powers of Air
Bring magic to bare.”


South: Fire

Set a red candle at the south gate, the gate of Fire. Light this candle, raise your athame/wand/or index finger in the air, and while drawing the invoking pentagram of Fire in the space above this candle say:


Watchtowers of the South,
I summon you now
To this sacred place.
Guard this circle
Outside of time and space.
By the powers of Fire,
My magic inspire.”

West: Water

Set a blue candle at the west gate, the gate of Water. Light this candle, raise your athame/wand/or index finger in the air, and while drawing the invoking pentagram of Water in the space above this candle say:


Watchtowers of the West,
I summon you now
To this sacred place.
Guard this circle
Outside of time and space.
By the powers of Water will be
Energy to set my magic free.”
When your ritual is finished, when your spell is complete, go to each of the four quarters; dismiss the elementals with a banishing pentagram, a thank you, and farewell…wish them a safe journey and ask for their blessing.

How to Make your own magic wand

Make your own magical oils – 6 great recipes

Make your own magical oils – 6 great recipes

Magical oils are used in two ways. They can be used for either ‘anointing’ and ‘dressing.’
  • Anointing means to rub the oil on yourself, another individual, or even an animal.
  • Dressing means to rub the oil on a candle, mojo bag, talisman, or other inanimate object.

The methods used for using oils will vary according to the person doing the work. Therefore, there is no true right or wrong way to use the magic oils.
The directions below are merely a guide and you are encouraged to find what works best for you.

  • If you are anointing yourself or another for the purpose of taking off hexes, banishing illness, or spiritual cleansing, rub the body downward beginning at the head and ending at the foot. Then rub down the arms, out at the hands; and finally down the legs and out the feet and toes.
  • If you are anointing yourself or another to bring in desired conditions, draw love, money, or luck, rub the entire body upwards from the soles of the feet towards the armpits, then from palms of hands to armpits, then up over the head to the mould of the head.

6 great magic oil recipes

1)  Attraction Oil 

Use Attraction oil to attract anything that you desire. 

Lodestones, as natural magnets, have been used for centuries within magick to attract positive forces and repel bad luck.

2)  High John the Conqueror Root Oil 

Use this High John oil for power, mastery, and money.

  • Olive Oil (carrier oil)
  • Clove Essential Oil
  • Whole High John Root (small)
  • High John Root Powder/Chips
  • Cinnamon Powder

3)  Love Me Tender Oil

Use this oil to draw a new love or take a casual relationship to a new level.

  • Grapeseed Oil (carrier)
  • Vanilla Essential Oil
  • Sandalwood Essential Oil
  • Dill Seed
  • Coriander Leaves
  • Cinnamon Chips

4)  Purple Power Same-Sex Oil

Use to attract a gay lover

  • Olive Oil (carrier)
  • 12 Lavender Buds
  • Sandalwood Essential Oil
  • Lavender Essential Oil

5)  Trinka-Five Oil For drawing money and prosperity

  • Almond Oil (carrier)
  • Mint Leaves
  • 3 Whole Allspice
  • Thyme
  • Cinnamon Chips

6)  Wishing Well Oil

Use this formula to make wishes come true.

  • Grapeseed Oil (carrier)
  • Sandalwood Essential Oil
  • Whole Dandelion Root
  • Sandalwood
  • Drawing Powder