For this week’s challenge, I decided to make the black salt that I’ve been meaning to make for ages using this recipe:
The last time the kids were with us for the holidays (or possibly the time before that), a lot of eggs were used in making pancakes so I saved the shells, cleaned them and crushed them with the intention of using them for this, so this challenge has prompted me to finally get round to it!
I used some rock salt I had in the cupboard and crushed that first, which was quite a challenge and went everywhere! I then added the eggshells before crushing one of my charcoal incense discs as that’s all I had (we used the last of the barbecue charcoal last week).
I didn’t just want to make the salt, but to actually put it to use it in a spell.
Money is tight at the moment, and I’ve applied for a loan to consolidate some of the credit card debt that’s accrued during coronavirus. I’m awaiting a decision to decided to create a Good Luck and Prosperity Spell Jar:
Good-Luck-and-Prosperity-Spell-Jar.pdf (416.3 KB)
The spell requires:-
- Clean glass jar
- Sage, palo santo or other incense
- Green candle
- Black salt
- Clear Quartz
- Tiger’s Eye
- Green Aventurine
I don’t have any chamomile in my witchy herbs, but I do have chamomile tea bags so I broke open one of those. The rosemary I used is from my garden, and the sage I dried myself.
I arranged all the items on my altar before performing the spell and creating the spell jar.
After filling the jar, I sealed it with green wax from the candle, and added a key and thanked Hekate for her continuing guidance and protection.
I’ve left the spell jar on my altar whilst the candle burns down. Keeping my fingers crossed!