Witch Quickie Wednesday In the Kitchen – Comfort Food Money Transformation Spell by The Silver Sage Witch

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Today, I’ll be showing you how you can attract some cash… with popcorn, AND I’ll even share my powerful incantation that you can use with it.

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Ever feel like angels are just a bit too, hmmm, ‘angelic’ for you?

Too many feathers and too much white light?

Does the religious edge put you off?

Want your spirit to be a little more punchy?

Well, it turns out that there’s a whole branch of modern witchcraft that’s intimately connected to the angelic realms, and it’s not what you’d think. About as far as you can get from the choirs of heaven (without going to the dark side, lol) Angelic Witchcraft is Potent. With a capital P.


But tread carefully, magical mavens…

Maybe it’s all those 16th-century paintings of fair-faced winged beings from above. Or maybe it’s the dreamy photorealist images populating Google image searches on “angels”. Somewhere along the line, angels got a reputation for being these fragile, fine-spun things, all “love and light” and blessings on everyone. But if you’ve ever had an angelic encounter you’ll know dominating, forceful, and absolutely transformational are actually much better descriptors.


And they didn’t just get there by chance. These ancient beings are tough, tougher than you or I could ever comprehend, so tough that they don’t need to wear it on their sleeves. So if you want something to change in your life, and need a little spiritual support to get things moving, don’t ask Angels into your magic spell work unless you’re serious.

Here’s a true story: Last year a friend ‘passed’ some angels onto me for a week. I was instructed to set up an angel altar complete with white candle, perform a ritual using specific words to welcome them into my home, and ask them to help me out with a personal intention. Then 7 days later, I was to direct them onto somebody else. It was a little reminiscent of one of those pesky chain letters you used to get in school but sprinkled with a little magical, slightly occult, dust. It was around this time that I was juuust easing into the idea of maybe moving into a different house, so this happening smoothly was the focus of my intention.

Within a week, it was done. The course of my life had shifted. A contract on a new house was signed. 6 rooms in my current house had been

READ MORE HERE:  https://numerologist.com/magick/angels-magic-hell-yeah-heres-what-you-need-to-know-about-angelic-witchcraft/

Think about this

See and hear me for I am not a sheep, therefore, the “lord” cannot be my shepherd!

Here’s What Being a Witch Really Means By Pam Grossman

My grandma Trudy used to tell us that she had “healing hands.” I soon discovered that I did, too.

Credit…Kissi Ussuki

My grandma Trudy used to tell us that she had “healing hands.” According to family lore, she once saved the life of a dying horse that, after she pressed her palms to its flank, stood up and trotted happily away. While I can’t vouch for the veracity of that tale, I do know that a touch on the forehead from her would always make my headaches vanish.

Trudy was a librarian at a library in central New Jersey, where I spent many a childhood afternoon pawing through the low end of the Dewey Decimal System, where books on the paranormal and other oddities are kept. I’d thrill as I read about the alleged mystical energy of the Egyptian pyramids and swoon over the entries on witchcraft in “Man, Myth, and Magic,” a 24-volume “Encyclopedia of the Supernatural.”

My favorite novel was “Wise Child” by Monica Furlong, a story about an orphan girl who gets taken in by a kind witch named Juniper, who teaches her magic and loves her like a mother might. The villagers come to them in secret whenever they need healing, but in public, Juniper and Wise Child are shunned.

Witches, I learned from the book, are complicated creatures: sources of great comfort and great terror.


But my interest in magic remained a largely private, solitary pursuit. I wasn’t ashamed of it, exactly. My discretion arose from an urge to protect one of the few things that was mine alone. When you’re a weird kid, you learn to put guardrails around the things you love.

Still I followed the trail of literary bread crumbs further into the witch’s wood. It led me to a place where magic was something that could be done, not just read about.

I would often coax my parents to drive me to towns many miles away, where there were shops with names like Red Bank’s Magical Rocks or Mystickal Tymes. This was where I could find precious artifacts like old “Sandman” comics and bootleg CDs of

READ MORE HERE:  https://www.nytimes.com/2019/06/06/style/self-care/witch-healing-hands.html