Khakani Magical Rings And Free Magic Spells






This spell is best done on a new to full moon, on Sunday.
Take a pencil and write the sick person's name on a piece of white cloth 7in by 7in.
Attach an embroidery hoop and embroider over the outline with green thread.

With each stitch say:
"Holy Ana, mother divine
Bring healing energy To this friend of mine"
When you have finished, remove the hoop and turn the cloth upside down
(so that the wrong side faces you). Take a half tsp. of rosemary and place it in your hand.
Put a picture of the sick person, or write their name on a piece of paper, and place it on the cloth.

Then say:
"Gentle rosemary, You are the power
You are the change Make (name) well again."
Sprinkle the rosemary over the picture. Hold a half tsp. of nutmeg in your hand and say:
"Gentle nutmeg, You are the power
You are the change Make (name) well again."
Sprinkle the nutmeg on the picture. Hold a half tsp. of walnuts (crushed) in your hand and say:
"From mighty tree in magic dell
Walnuts, make my friend be well."
Sprinkle the walnuts over the picture. Take up the four corners of the cloth so that you make a pouch.
Twist the edges and tie a green or white ribbon around the top with a bow and a double knot.

Hold this bag in your hand and say:
"Each stitch in time Each little rhyme Brings the power closer."
Repeat this as often as possible while visualizing your friend getting better.
Hold the visualization and chant as long as you can.
When you have finished, give the bag to your friend.

If you cannot give it to them, put the bag in a safe place until they get well again, open the
bag, hold your hands over it and thank the energies for helping to make your friend well.
Imagine the energy in the bag slipping back into the earth. Let the air take the herb and
nuts back to the earth, burn or throw away the ribbon. Cleanse and consecrate the picture
and bag. If you used a name written on paper, burn it.



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