Have you ever seen a bowl full of fruit or nuts set out on an altar? What about a glass of water or a cookie and a cup of coffee? These are just a few of the things that can be left out on a personal or public altar for ancestors, spirits, or deities. But if these non-corporeal beings don’t have bodies don’t have bodies, why do we leave food and drink out for them? And if we do leave these things out for them how long do we leave them out for? In today’s episode of Magic and the Law of Attraction we’ll explore all of this and also learn what kinds of things are appropriate offerings, how to make offerings, where to leave them and how to choose or make the best kind of offering bowl.
Come on baby, light my fire! Candles are the best and, if you are into witchcraft and magic, you probably have done at least a few candle spells in your life, but did you know that there are different kinds of candles that are optimized for your magic? Tapers, figural candles, vigil candles... There are so many options, how do you know which one is the best one for your spell? In this episode of Magic and the Law of Attraction, Madame Pamita goes over all the different kinds of candles you might encounter, guides you on which ones you may want to use for different types of spellwork, and gives you the basics on how to use her favorite types of candles for your magic.
What is scrying? Is it A. sobbing and crying at the same time? B. an old nautical term for carving pictures on whale teeth? C. An ancient technique using trance-like vision for divination. If you chose C, you are absolutely correct. Scrying is staring into something for the purpose of seeing the past, present or future. Just like the Wicked Witch of the West or Galadriel in The Fellowship of the Ring, you can scry with a crystal ball, a mirror, or a pool of water, but that’s only the beginning. In this episode, we’ll be uncovering the history of scrying, different methods of scrying and I’ll even be sharing my favorite scrying techniques for you to try. So, get out your crystal ball and let’s get to it!
Ding dong! It’s Madame Pamita calling! Can I interest you in purchasing a bell, book or candle? Most witches are familiar with candle magic, and in Episode 43 we talked about the books that witches use, but what about those bells? Do you have a bell on your altar? Do you even know what to do with a magical bell? In this episode, I’ll be breaking down all the different kinds of bells and showing you the ways that you can use them for protection, spirit work, cleansing and I’ll even teach you the bell, book and candle spell. After listening to this episode, I guarantee that you’ll give bells a ringing endorsement as a magical tool.
Wishes, spells, manifesting, intentions, petitions... there are so many ways that we can create magical changes. People who are new to magic might think that wishing, intentioning, manifesting, petitioning and casting spells are all the same thing. They do have much in common but there are important differences. So how do you know which is best for you and your spiritual goal? In this episode, I’ll break each of these down for you and give you a handy guide to know how to use each of these and when to use them.
Plants of all kinds are used in magic - trees, flowers, roots, leaves, and herbs - but why? When we talk about “herbs” in spells, we are really talking about all plants. So, why are plants so integrated into our magical practice? Living plants, dried plant matter, indoor plants, outdoor plants, edible plants, poisonous plants... they can all be a part of our practice and in this episode, I’ll be talking about why and how we can use these magical allies for amplifying your spells and creating amazing magic.
If you've just thought of the pyramids being an enticing tourist destination, you've only just scratched the surface of pyramid power. Shapes and symbols can be an important part of your magic and today we are going to talk about the amazing and complex shape of the pyramid and how it can be used to amplify your magical intentions. How can you bring the pyramid into your spells and what can it do for you? Listen to this episode and get all kinds of new inspiration for using this ancient mystical shape in your practice.
By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes. Have you had trouble pinning down your spellwork? Well, this episode gets right to the point with the history of pins being used as magical tools. Pins have been used in many ways throughout the centuries in spellwork and in this episode, we'll be exploring spell poppets, witch bottles and more. I’ll be teaching you four ways to use the humble straight pin in your own spellwork including the way to use pins in an old-time nine-day candle spell.