Spell A Day
Easter Fertility Spell
Spell Date: Sunday, April 15, 2001
Easter, named after the Anglo-Saxon fertility goddess Eostre, is an appropriate time for the casting of spells to ensure fertility. At midnight on the eve of Easter, take a hardboiled egg that has been dyed green with food coloring, and, by the light of a green candle, upon it write your name and draw the astrological symbols that correspond to the time of your birth. As you do this, concentrate on your intent and say: “I enchant this egg, symbol of fertility, sacred to the goddess Eostre, to be a charm to work for me. With fertility my body it shall bless, by the powers of the earth, the seas, the winds, and the flames of fire. So mote it be.” Place the egg under your pillow and then lay yourself down to sleep. At the first hour of sunrise, take the egg outside and bury it in the earth.
This post was written by Gerina Dunwich
on April 15, 2001
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