I thought itâ€™d be cool to add to this section, and a lucky potion is something Iâ€™ve wanted to have ever since reading the sixth Harry Potter book, lol. I donâ€™t see this one being as effective, but I thought it would be fun to try. Plus, this potion is more to draw fortune into your life in general then to give you a few hours of supreme coincidence. Drink it before going on a date with someone you really like, or before going for a job interview or something of the such.
Since the ingredients list is a bit long, Iâ€™ve added the meanings of the â€˜less generalâ€™ herbs, so that you can leave some of it out if you donâ€™t need what the herb is for. Most of these herbs are pretty common, and their main purpose may not be for luck, but can have a lucky side affect. The few herbs used specifically for luck & wishing are pretty rare.
I also apologize in advance for the irrelevance of the spell rhyme. I donâ€™t usually speak out loud during â€˜spell casting;â€™ I find it distracting and Iâ€™m not very good at writing spell lyrics anyway. I added it because I know a lot of people who are very into speaking out loud in spells, but if you donâ€™t like the poem I wrote you can always substitute your own. The line â€˜I saw a green-gold lizard runâ€™ was taken from a spell to see to see the truth, author unknown to me. I just liked the visual so much I wanted to add on to it.
Lucky Life Potion
*Red Clover (for luck in love/marriage)
*Chamomile (luck with money/gambling)
*Basil (luck in business, draws prosperity)
*Bay Leaves (can grant wishes)
*Bright/light colored green and orange candles (any number)
During the waxing or new or full moon, clean and cleanse your stove/kitchen, or build a fire, light the candles and boil some water. Add the herbs and stir clockwise with an athame while holding the Aventurine in your other hand and saying:
From under a rock and into the sun,
I saw a green-gold lizard run
To me he said, spoke into my head,
These words of kings and mages dead
â€œAll blessings be what are made by thee,
Nothing by gods should be granted for free
Make not to pine or waste away,
Instead look bright into joyful new day
That hoping smile and happy air
Brings you fortune, true and fair
This I insist that you keep in your mind,
Luck is at hand for all seekers to find!â€
Strain the water and pour it into a bowl or cauldron. Drop the Aventurine in, and place the container outside in the sun/moonlight and leave it there for 24 hours. It may be bottled and stored or used directly after the time is up.