Spell A Day
Mistletoe Spell for Luck
Spell Date: Friday, December 21, 2001
With a consecrated ritual dagger, ceremonially cut a piece of mistletoe at sunrise on winter solstice. As you do this, recite thrice the following incantation: “Golden bough and Witch’s broom, thy sacred names are spoken. By dagger’s blade I conjure thee to see all bad luck broken. Harming none, this spell is done. By law of three, so mote it be!” Hang the white-berried plant over the front door of your house to bring good luck to all who dwell within. Mistletoe, which was sacred to the druids and used in their ancient fertility rites, is also said to possess the powers of healing and protection against evil, fire, illness, and bad luck.
This post was written by Gerina Dunwich
on December 21, 2001
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