Historic Ireland is famous for its superstitions, magic and ‘alternative beliefs’. We’ve put together a list of ancient charms and spells based on this Irish magic.
We could all use a magic or two. It’s all up to you on how you believe in ‘magic’ But we can definitely harness the power of positivity with some well-loved charms. Whether you are seeking a spell for love, luck, or healing, emotional charms, or even potency, these charms and spells will have something for you.
Here are five of Ireland’s well-loved ancient spells!
1. Irish spell to Attract Good Fortune
Have a candle, string, and trinket ready. Light the candle. Then loop the string through the trinket and tie it. Swing the trinket above the candle’s flame while chanting the following:
“A candle flickers, this trinket I pass, good energy and fortune come to me, wealth, knowledge, influence, energy.
“By good means come to me, wealth, knowledge, influence, energy.
“This trinket I pass into power, to attract to me wealth, knowledge, influence, energy, come to me!”
Chant three times, then wear the necklace around your neck. Repeat often.
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2. The Irish Beauty Spell
This spell makes you prettier than you think! Either having a full blast of confidence or just feeling extra beautiful – this spell is surely interesting.
During a full moon, take a mirror and go outside (if you can’t then open a window, make sure the moon is reflected on the mirror), take a piece of a picture of your hair, lips, eyes, or whatever you are interested in changing, and place it on the mirror.
While concentrating on it, say:
“Moonshine, Starlight, let the wind carry your light, let your glow cover my body, and let your shine cover every eye.”
Chant it three times and concentrate on the part you want to change. Thereafter that, say this:
“Moonshine, Starlight, shape and mold my body, as a rose is granted beauty,
let me blossom in your light, the light that brings me beauty,
and grant me beauty three times three.”
Say it three times and when you are finished light a pink candle or incense.
3. The Irish Love Spell
They say if on the night of the full moon, (between midnight and 1 AM) if you stand beneath your beloved’s bedroom window, whisper her/his name three times to the night breeze. Hopefully, the guardian of the night breeze is listening.
The night breeze is said to have a guardian benevolent to those who seek his help. They say that this spirit of the breeze is compassionate towards mortals during the witching hour – granting your favor.
Ádh mór! (Goodluck!)
4. Irish Spell Against Low Energy
When a person becomes low, depressed and careless about everything, as if all vital strength and energy has gone, he is said to have got a ‘fairy blast,’ and blast-water must be poured over him by the hands of a fairy doctor while saying:
“In the name of Lugh with his shining sword, who has strength before the gods and stands among them.”
Be careful to ensure that no portion of the water is sullied. Whatever is left over after the procedure must be poured onto the fire.
5. Irish Healing Charm for a Wound
“Cleanse your wound. And with two clean fingers, close the wound tightly. Repeat these words slowly while concentrating your energies on the wound:
In the name of Dagda, Bridget, and Diancecht. The wound was red, the cut was deep, and the flesh was sore; but there will be no more blood, and no more pain, till the Gods come down to earth again.”
There are still lots of Irish Spell but what is your favorite so far?
Of course, we do believe in the power of the mind. Most of these spells channel the power of positive thinking.
So keep those positive thoughts flowing – set the right intentions, and let the magic begin!
Do you believe in the power of spells? Send some spells you know in the comments section below!
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