Top Spell To Find That Dream Job

It is crucial to have some good information before jumping into any white magic rituals and spells act. This won’t be too difficult since you have some expert advice on hand. The following spell will be a huge success if performed precisely as written.

Items needed for spell:
  • 1 green candle
  • 1 black candle
  • 1 Small jar
  • Nutmeg
  • Good luck oil
  • Banishing oil
  • Rune for good fortune
  • 1 Stone
  • A piece of white paper
  • 1 Black ink pen
  • 1 Red ink pen

On the white piece of paper, fully describe the dream job you wish to gain. Use the Black ink pen to write the full job description. When finished, sign the contract with the Red ink pen.

The Best Time For The Ritual Will Be On A Waxing Gibbous Moon.

Ritual:

Begin To Invoke the Gods! On your Altar, pick a section to cast a circle, Anoint the black candle with the banishing oil. Light the candle while you visualize all your obstacles falling away.

Now Say:

“Bad luck flees, obstacles fall,
my path is clear, heed my call”

Then, Anoint the green candle with the lucky oil.

Now Say:

“Good luck is mine and prosperity Help me Great Ones, come to me Opportunity and rewards I see as I will. So mote it be”

Take some time to fully Meditate on the job you want as you gaze into the candle’s flame. Next, place the small jar in the circle. Fill the jar with the herbs, the stone, the contract written earlier, and the Rune for good fortune. Seal the jar with these words:

“Earth-born stone of brilliant hue hearken to my deep desire amidst the candle’s radiant fire Herbs of luck, prosperity heed my call and bring to me a better job, new opportunity as I will, so mote it be!”

Shake the jar, seal it with a kiss and place it back in the circle. Thank the God and Goddess!!

Each morning after, hold the jar while saying:

“God and Goddess hear as I pray
Let good fortune come my way
send me luck, prosperity in my job search,
So mote it be!”

After each ritual, shake the jar a few times, seal it with a kiss and place it back on your Altar. That’s it…

Blessed be,