Magickal Correspondences for the hours, days, Esbats & Sabbats of the Wiccan/Pagan Calendar.
Spell Correspondences for Saturday: Use these to aid any magickal workings. Saturday is the best day for anything involving laws, structure, defense, spirit communication, binding and protection. It is linked to Saturn and the elements of Earth and Air. Use/wear colours of any shade, particularly greys, violets and dark browns. Crystals to use/carry can include Onyx, Obsidian, Jet, Garnet, Amber and Zircon. Flowers can include Deadly Nightshade, Snowdrop, Foxglove, Valerian and Rue.
Leave Me Alone
Spell Correspondences for Wednesday: Use these to aid any magickal workings you may be doing. Wednesday is the best day for anything involving healing, communication, education, memory and correspondence. It is linked to Mercury and the element of Air. Use/wear colours like white, spring green, silver, peach, yellow and pastel blue. Crystals to use/carry can include Diamond, Jade, Topaz, Aquamarine and Jasper. Flowers include Iris, Rosemary, Cornflower, Parsley, Snapdragons and Valerian.
Happy Walpurgis Night! Essentially the calendar opposite of Halloween, Walpurgis takes place on 4/30 (May Day Eve). It has roots in ancient pagan customs, superstitions & festivals and is celebrated throughout Europe specifically in the Harz Mountains where the May Queen appears to chase away the evil spirits for 6mos (until Oct 31). In the Norse tradition, Walpurgisnacht is considered the "Enclosure of the Fallen" the night is said to be a time of weakness in the boundary btw the living & dead
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Spell Correspondences for Tuesday: Use these to aid any magickal workings you may be doing. Tuesday is the best day for anything involving passion/sexuality, willpower, courage, physical strength, breaking negativity and aggression. It is linked to Mars and the element of fire. Use/wear colours like reds, burgundys, brown and blacks. Crystals to use/carry can include Ruby, Garnet, Bloodstone, Diamond and Topaz. Flowers can include Basil, heather, chrysanthemum, wild rose, and thistle.