Charm Bag Recipe for Prosperity

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[Visual Description: A golden statue of a goddess looking up towards the sky.]

Something must be in the stars lately because I’ve been seeing a huge influx of posts on my feed about folks falling into money troubles in the last couple of months (I’m not saying it’s because of Trump…but the universe sure as hell is).

Because of this I wanted to share with y’all a simple charm bag recipe to invite prosperity into your lives.

Let’s get started!

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What You’ll Need:

1 Tiger’s Eye Crystal

3 Whole Cloves

1 Bay Leaf

3 Pennies (the older the better, it gives it more potency)

2 Cinnamon Sticks

1 Prosperity Sigil

1 Small Green Pouch

Making the Bag:

After gathering your supplies, take a piece of consecrated parchment (consecrated printer paper works just the same, lol) and craft a sigil using a method of your choosing to attract abundance. The image below shows a popular method used by beginners and adepts alike.

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[Visual Description: An aged parchment giving instruction on how to create sigils || Source: nebetaset]

Charge your sigil using a method that does not call for it’s destruction and place it in your bag with the rest of your materials.

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*A Note on Fabric Selection:

If you are making a scented bag, a thin material like muslin or cheesecloth will work perfectly. An organza bag could also work, but be careful not to put any powders in your bag or they may sift through. If you want to show off the arrangement while closed, chiffon material work well.


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Author: NoahMilan

Noah is a jack of art trades based in Gardena, California. He is an illustrator, a storyteller, an intersectional feminist, and one of the most queer people you will ever meet. He is also a creative writer with a passion for mental health advocacy and gender and racial justice.

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