Tips for Conjuring Abundance


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We all know that working a spell for quick financial gain will not alleviate the need to repeat the spell at a later time. What we need to do is look for ways of increasing our abundance, each day, long term – so the need for the singular prosperity spells becomes a thing of the past.

From cultures around the globe, we see similarities in charms, talismans, herbs and stones. Therefore, there must be some validity, wouldn’t you think?


Wealth Powder

  • 3 parts egg shell
  • 1 part dried dill
  • 1 part dried basil
  • ½ part ground cinnamon

Grind them all together and use for money, wealth and prosperity spells. Sprinkle around your home.

Carry abundance charms, such as a 4-leaf clover. Some cultures feel the 4 leaf clover is a sign of bad luck, while others see it as very beneficial. Each leaf bestows some level of wealth or happiness into your life. Upper right is said to bring love, while the upper left brings wealth. The lower right grants good health and the lower left brings you fame.


Create a small pouch – using green material, sewn with gold thread. Add stones of prosperity, such as aventurine, pyrite (fool’s gold) and peridot. Add three silver coins, a pinch of lavender and a pinch of borage. Sew it up. Carry it on your person for abundance.

Obtain a new dollar bill from a bank. Cleanse and empower it with brilliant sunshine for a few moments, on each time. Anoint the bill, in a 5 star pattern, with peppermint oil. Fold the bill in half, long ways, and towards you. Wrap it around a quartz point and tie it with bright green yarn. Keep this as an altar piece to attract wealth to you.

Write wishes on bay leaves and burn them to help make those wishes come true.

Prosperity 1

Repeat a mantra such as: I love abundance and prosperity and I attract it naturally.  Mantras work well when repeated about 6 times each hour.

You can “grow” your wealth! Take a thriving houseplant – such a basil, a money plant, even aloe vera will work. Sprinkle some dried alfalfa on the soil around the plant. “Plant” a silver or gold coin in the dirt under the plant. Place the coin so that half of it is sticking out of the dirt – like it was planted and should start growing. When new money begins to manifest in your life, spend that coin right away. Replant a new one, it’s in place.

Crush 3 large cloves together. Place them in a mason jar. Add a cinnamon stick and sprinkle with sesame seeds. Place in a dark corner of a cabinet.

An old Strega ritual involves using a lemon (representative of the Moon) and sticking it with straight pins with green pin heads. Cover the lemon. Tie with a piece of natural hemp cord and hand somewhere in your home.

Pour 2 cups of sand into a large mouth mason jar. Place cowrie shells and sand dollars on top of the sand. Place the lid on the jar and tie a sea green ribbon around the lid. As you wrap the ribbon, say the following:

By the Will and Power of Mother Ocean,

To whom I give my devotion,

I ask to receive the gifts of your bounty,

Within this jar of sand, dollar and cowrie.

Decorate with mermaid and sea turtle charms, if you wish. When you are done, place the jar somewhere that you will see it often. Whenever you see the jar, visualize yourself growing more and more prosperous each day.


One of the most often overlooked prosperity ingredients is lucky money rice. When fixed and prayed over successful, this easy ingredient can become a secret weapon for combating financial hardships. There are some fun things you can do. Fling handfuls of the green sparkly rice in the air – feel the shower of gifts from the Divine. Sweep it all up when finished and place in a bowl on your altar.

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Carry a few grains of green rice in your wallet or coin purse to attract money on an ongoing basis.  Place a small pile of this rice on a tray and trace out symbols and sigils of prosperity for your needs. After the rice is empowered, fill a small bag with some and carry it with you until your wishes are fulfilled.

Leave an offering of green money rice at the base of a tree as an offering.

And never throw or sweep your luck away! Whenever you sweep anything up, always make sure to make at least one stroke inward – toward the center of your home or property.

Be sure to visit Miss Sha’ @ for questions about using, making or purchasing Fixed Green Money Rice!

Lucky Rice

Send that Shit Back


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Send that Shit Back Where it Came From!

Someone done you wrong, baby?

Need to defend yourself by reflecting the wrongdoer’s evil intent back on him or herself? Want to ensure the target will not only fail to harm you any further but will actually suffer the consequences of what they have tried to send your way?

Return to Sender

Gather up the following:

  • A wooden hinged box (you can them on Amazon, at Hobby Lobby, etc)
  • Small mirrors (again, look to the Craft store, or Amazon)
  • Hot Glue Gun
  • Grey Candle
  • Reversing Conjure Oil
  • Small piece of cloth (about the size of a sheet of paper)
  • Personal effects belonging to the target (if possible)
  • Photo of the target (if possible)
  • About 2’ of string
  • Ace of Spades from a playing card deck
  • Small piece of parchment paper
  • Pen

Acquire a hinged wooden box from a craft store. Affix mirrors inside with hot glue. During a Dark Moon, create a poppet of the person doing damage. Use any personal effect that you may have: photo, piece of clothing, hair, nail clippings, saliva, etc. Use a piece of fabric to create a small poppet of the person.  Miss Sha’ has a great video on YouTube of how to make a quick no-sew poppet for use. Check it out!

If you have nothing that belongs to the target, use an Ace of Spades card in it’s place. Write their name and as much information about them as you can on the back of the card. Dress the card with reversing oil. Also dress a grey candle with reversing oil and light it. *Grey candles are the perfect color for letting go, releasing negative energies, as well as sending shit back where it originated!

If you work with Deities, choose a God or Goddess associated with vengeance and seeking revenge – such as Cailleach or Nemesis. You can call on the Norse God, Vidar, or even Erzuli Dantor who is best known for her protection from violence, but also her strength and vengeance. Explain to them, in detail, what you are seeking and why.


Hold the poppet tightly in your hands and visualize your target being overcome with suffering, difficulty and chaos if they send any additional energy your way. Place the poppet, any remaining items you have, and the photo or Ace card, in the mirror box. Forcefully close the box. Seal the box with wax from the grey candle.

You will want to bury this box in a cemetery. Depending upon what type of outcome you want, will determine where you choose to bury it within the cemetery. Bury it on the south end of the cemetery if you are seeking vindication. Opt for the east side if an apology is more what you seek. The west will cause remorse and ultimately, the north side works well if you don’t want to hear from this person ever again.

Once buried, walk away and do not look back.

Army of Grey

For guidance, more information about this working, or suggestions – please feel free to reach out to Miss Sha’ at Inexplicable Things.



My Spell Didn’t Work . . .


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Sending Healing Energies Across the Miles


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Sending Healing Energies Across the Miles

For this spell, you will need:


One of the questions I am most often asked is about sending someone healing energies from a distance. While there is no perfect way of doing this, with proper and focused intent, it can be accomplished. One quick and easy way that I have used on many occasions is to write out a quick little petition or prayer on a piece of paper. Keep it short, sweet and to the point. Be as specific as possible. Sometimes I will write psalms that I have chosen down, as well. Psalm 121 (see below) is a good one to use when sending healing energies to someone in need.

You will then place the paper in a bowl and anoint it with a healing or protection oil. For something like this, I use Holy Blessing Conjure Oil. This oil is our version of Fiery Wall of Protection Oil, with some added oomph. At this time, also dress the white candle with the oil. Visualize the energies surrounding the person you will sending them to. If you want, you may carve the name of the target on the side of the candle. Light the candle and allow it to burn. Spend some time focused on the energies you are sending. Speak the psalms or prayer that you have chosen.

When the candle is spent, and you feel good about the working, remove the petition from the dish and allow it to dry. Once dry, there are several things you can do. You can bury it, you can burn it, or I like to add it to a small mojo or gris gris and send it to the person. Have them carry it with them for a time.

Dispose of the candle wax in a trash receptacle.

Psalm 121 – A song of ascents.

I lift up my eyes to the mountains –

                Where does my help come from?

My help comes from the Lord,

                The Maker of heaven and earth.

He does not let your foot stumble –

                Your guard does not slumber.


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Mannequins and Rich, Dead Noblemen



This is going to piss some people off. But it has to be said, and since I haven’t yet seen anyone address this issue, it’s up to me to put on my gloves and do the dirty work. So let’s get to it.

If you have ever spent time in a Viking reenactment camp, you will notice that there are some individuals walking around with a certain know-it-all attitude. They will sometimes approach other people and tell them how they should dress to be “historically correct”. While we can all agree that it is rather uncommon to see supposedly heterosexual males being that obsessed with colors, fabrics and jewelry, the point here is that these people, let’s call them the Fashion Police, add no more value to the growing Viking community than inanimate mannequins. In fact, a mannequin would probably make a better contribution to the community since they would…

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10.000 Subscribers Givaway


Dear friends, I have some great news for you. No, it’s not about “Jomsviking” this time, it’s about my Youtube channel. Since it will soon be reaching 10.000 subscribers, it is time to start announcing the giveaway prizes. Here is the first one:

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Oh Shit! Mercury Retrograde . . .


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Someone asked in The Swamp Facebook group today if Merc RX can affect relationships. I answered yes. But it got …

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Reuse – Recycle – Repurpose Conjures


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In this day and age, it’s paramount to reuse, recycle and repurpose. One thing that pops up in spell work, …

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The History of Friday The 13th – A Good Day For Pagans

Springwolf Reflections

Friday the 13th“Black Friday” or “Black Cat Day”

Fear of Friday the 13th is known as triskaidekaphobes.

When fear of the day started is up for debate. Some suggest little can be found about the day being negative or filled with bad luck prior to the late 1800s. But others link the phobia to older historical events and occurrences which symbolize the link between the number thirteen and Friday to disastrous events.

One thing many seem to agree to is that both the number thirteen and the sixth day of the week (Friday) have been associated with negative connotations from patriarchal societies and most definitely western cultures. Where as matriarchal societies associate both these objects with positive aspects and connotations.

Pagans Honor The 13th
We should begin with a short explanation for the layman about who and what are Pagans.

By academic definition, Pagans are any religion or spiritual path that does…

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