This is one especially for all you ladies out there. You don’t need to be married for this spell, it works equally well for people living together. It’s a good one to turn to if you feel that maybe your relationship has gone a little stale around the edges, and there is a risk that your partner could start looking at pastures new.
I think it’s a little difficult to say that they’ll never look at someone and feel an attraction, but this working will ensure that it goes no further than that. If the thought of them finding someone else attractive brings out the green-eyed jealousy monster, maybe that’s something that needs addressing in yourself at some point, but then try to visualize yourself never finding somebody else attractive in any way, shape or form, and see if you can honestly answer that you wouldn’t … See, it’s a difficult one.
So, onwards with this one to keep all of their true loving with you. Besides gaining that, this working will also renew the zest and passion in any relationship.
There are many different spells for this, so to open up your horizons a little, we’re going to look to Egyptian magic and see what it can offer you.
To do this working, you will need:
- A pink candle
- A piece of fairly thin paper that you can write on
- Pink thread
- Honey from your local area
Firstly close all of the windows in your working space. Anoint the candle with a little honey – not too much, or you may have problems with your candle burning. The reason I suggest a local honey is because it will be made from the flower and tree energies which are closest to you.
Light the candle and place it in front of you. Make sure that you focus all of your energy and intent on the working that you are about to do.
Take your piece of paper and write your name and your lover’s name on it.
Dissolve the saffron in a little water, just enough to make a paste. If you can’t afford saffron, as it can be quite pricey, you can use yellow food coloring, and it will work just as well.
Dip your ring finger into the liquid, and draw a circle around your name, and then one around your lover’s name.
Take your candle and carefully drip 13 drops of wax onto each name. When it has cooled, place a little more honey, a sprinkle of cinnamon and a touch of cumin onto the wax, and then drip another 13 drops of wax onto each, so you have like two little sealed wax packages.
When it has all cooled and hardened, fold the paper three times toward you – once for you, once for your lover and once for Hathor, the Egyptian Goddess of Love, whose help you are calling on for this ritual.
Tie it closed with the pink thread, tying thirteen knots in the binding.
You have now made you own faithfulness talisman! Go you!
Let the candle burn out, and hide the talisman somewhere in your bedroom. Keep it until you are sure of your partner’s faithfulness. There is no expiry date on this working, so you can keep it permanently if you choose, or if you feel it has done its work, you can return it to Nature, either by burying it or burning it, and don’t forget to give thanks to Hathor again for her assistance. It’s also a nice idea to maybe make her an offering, maybe some red wine, or a small piece of mirror or some perfume. You know how us ladies like those things.