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Money Charms

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(1) Money Charm (Ball 101)
Once you have made the bag, meditate daily on what you want. Be as realistic as possible, imagining what you will do with the money and how best it will be used.

YOU WILL NEED
  • A square of green cloth
  • All spice, borage, lavender and saffron
  • Some suitable crystals or rock salt
  • Three silver coins
  • Gold and silver-colored thread

METHOD
Gather up the three silver coins. Breathe on them four times and say:
        
        To the spirits of Air I say
        Bring some money my way.
        
Put the ingredients on the cloth. Tie the cloth into a bag. Use eight knots in the thread. (It is probably easiest to fold the thread into two and tie the knots round the neck of the bag.) Hide the bag in a safe, cool, dark place, away from prying eyes for eight days. After eight days money should be coming in.


(2) Draw Paying Customers

If you want to make a quick charm for drawing paying customers, place a lump of pyrite, a little allspice, and bit of chamomile on a crisp one dollar bill. Fold the dollar bill into a neat packet and hide it in or around the register or some such place.

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http://www.cantrap.net/spellwork/customers.html> 

(3) Salt Charm for Financial Luck (Feng Shui Tip of the Day)

As we approach what's considered one of the luckiest days on the calendar year, let's take a look at some of the luckier lore associated with everyday items that we might today take for granted, like salt. There are all kinds of luck legends affiliated with this spice. In fact, in ancient times salt wasn't nearly as common as it is today. Salt was once so hard to procure that it was considered a highly valued commodity. Think about it. When we describe a slacker we might refer to them as 'someone not worth their salt.' Or when describing something unbelievable we might advise to 'take it with a grain of salt.' In fact, during ancient times, workers were often paid with salt, which is where we get our own modern day word 'salary.' Grab a pinch or two of sea salt and place it in a plastic bag. Now, clean the clutter out of your wallet and place the sea salt in a secret compartment. The promise inherent is that this salt will now pepper your life with financial luck and largesse . Go ahead and shake up your bottom line today. You'll be more than happy you did tomorrow. 





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Rattlesnake root
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Tonka
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Wasabi
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Wolfbane
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Oak moss
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Orange
Paella
Parchment
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Pins
Pizza
Roots
Rue
Rum
Saffron
Sandalwood
Sausage
Seahorse
Seaweed 
Snakeroot
Stone
Straw, grain
Sweetgrass
Tinfoil
Tobacco
Tonka
Turkey
Turquoise
Umbrella
Waffle
Watermelon
Yerba buena
Yerba santa
Ylang-ylang 


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