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Moon Spells

Introduction Spells necessitate thought, preparation, and an awareness of the appropriate technique in order to ignite the magick that you will be calling. A successful ritual is one that is well-organized. Working with natural components, timing, and certain arrangements brings us into alignment with the universal life force energy. The smart spell caster does not rush the natural flow of energy that moves like a current in the unseen and instead waits until everything is in order. Harmonize yourself with these preceding details, and you will be able to experience the strange and supernatural aspects they evoke. Act competently in your efforts, and you will be rewarded with the fruits of a well-done assignment.

When Should You Cast Your Spell?

Use the phases of the Moon to set the tempo for these spells. Be patient and wait for the appropriate phase, or you may not achieve the desired outcomes. For ease of reference, I give the optimum phase or phases of the Moon in which to execute your spells, as well as the spell itself. However, here is some more information that will help you understand how I selected the ideal phase of the Moon for each spell. This will also help you when crafting your own spells for any occasion.
The Moon's Various Phases
New
When you see the first sliver of light in the sky, this is referred to as the crescent Moon. This stage encourages fresh starts, pursuits, and relationships. It is a time to make positive changes, explore for new job chances, and plant seeds of ideas that will be harvested later.

Waxing

The Moon looks to be rising in size during this phase, transitioning from new to full as though it is gaining strength. It stands to reason, then, that now is a good moment to focus on growing your own assets—your knowledge, financial accounts, and relationships. It's time to think about pregnancy and to enhance all forms of communications, whether for business or pleasure. If you want to make money, you should deal with legal issues. This stage encourages healing.

Full
The most dramatic phase of the Moon, when we can view her complete lit face. This is a season for fulfilment, activity, and improved psychic capacity, as well as for honing ideas, "getting your act together," celebrations, and renewing commitments to people or initiatives. This is the optimum time for any type of spell.

Waning


As it moves from full to dark, the Moon shrinks in size. The Waning Moon represents reduction, release, letting go, and completion. It's a great time to start dieting, breaking bad habits, breaking up with someone, or dealing with legal issues.

 

Dark
The two or three days when the Moon is completely obscured in the sky. The dark Moon and the new Moon are frequently regarded to be the same phase, however for our purposes, I have divided them. On a standard calendar, the dark Moon is commonly represented by a black spot. The black Moon, on the other hand, appears on the day it is indicated, as well as one day before and one day following. This is an excellent time to get rid of things in your life that you don't need, as well as reflect on what you've already accomplished and what you want to accomplish in the future. A fantastic cycle for finding time for oneself, or if you like, for seclusion.

The Year's Moons

Every month, there is a full Moon. A blue moon occurs when there are two full Moons in the same month. Every calendar year, there is a Blue Moon. The Moons of each month were given various names by the ancients. Different cultures assigned different titles to the Moon in order to represent what the Moon meant to them during a given month. Some Moon names make sense, but others may make no sense at all unless you understand the logic behind them.

 

Wolf Moon is the common name for the month of January.

Uncommon Name: Chaste Moon—As the new year begins, it is time for cleansing and rejuvenation; it is a time for starting over, washing away the old, and making new beginnings.

February
Ice Moon is a common name. Hunger Moon—With winter's supplies gone, the yearning for spring is a hunger of the soul as much as the stomach.

March