Monday Magic: Pumpkin Prosperity Spell

Pumpkin Prosperity Spell 

If you need to harvest a little money during the Samhain season, try this spell. 

You will need: 
1 small -sized pumpkin 
Parchment paper

fresh dirt
7 dimes 
7 pumpkin seeds from this pumpkin 
7 ounces of rain water or water from a stream (no tap or bottled water) 
writing utensil
1 stone that represents prosperity to you.

Cut the top off the pumpkin. Clean out the pumpkin. Remember to keep 7 seeds for this spell. 
Write the amount of money you'd like to receive on the parchment paper.

Place the pumpkin in the refrigerator until Samhain Eve. One-half hour before Samhain Eve (not after), bring out the pumpkin, the piece of paper with the dollar amount you need written on it, the dirt, dimes, seed, and the water. 

Place the paper in the bottom of the pumpkin. Pour in the dirt.

With the end of the writing utensil, make seven holes in the dirt in a circular pattern (keep the holes at least one inch apart). Hold the first dime in your hand and think about the amount of money you need. Remember, your relationship with money is not an issue here. Do not allow yourself to think "poverty thoughts" during this time. When you're ready, move to the next step.

With the pencil, push the first dime in the hole that coincides with 12 o'clock. Follow the same procedure going clockwise, with the other six dimes. 
Place your prosperity stone in the middle.
Now, starting at the 12 o'clock and going clockwise,  pour a small amount water into each hole. When you are finished, hold your hands over the pumpkin and say: 

One dime for beginnings 
One dime for drawing 
One dime for growth 
One dime for stability 
One dime for banishing obstacles
One dime for luck 
One dime to seal the spell 
By my will, so mote it be. 

Bury the pumpkin on your property the following night one half hour before midnight (no later). 

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