Divine your futures!

celtic forest resin cauldron

Merry meet all,

Divination is fun to try during Samhain. I did a personal card reading for myself last night, using the appropriate Halloween Oracle deck. I read for myself and I was amazed by the results. It was so scarily accurate about my life. So whip out those cards! Or tea leaves, or candles, or an ouija board, or your pendulums. It is time!! There is no better time to practice divination than during this season. 

I am happy about the fact that the Liberals led the majority vote from the Federal Election. Harper is no longer our Prime Minister. Think of Sauron from the Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit and you get an idea of how evil he was. Now we have a new leader. Blessed Be!

OK on with divination. You can choose to divine by guessing the shape of clouds floating by. Or peel an apple all in one piece. Drop the peel on the floor. The shape the apple peel forms is the letter of your future lover’s name. At midnight, slice an apple into nine pieces. Nine is a mystical number. When you come to the ninth piece after eating the pieces, toss the ninth piece over your shoulder. The face of your lover should appear in the mirror. 

Scry by peering into a cauldron of spring water. It is optional to add drops of olive oil. Drop melting beeswax into the water in the cauldron and divine things by studying the shapes of wax on the water surface. 

There are other methods of divination, such as studying candle flames, studying the blue part of the candle flame, the way that incense smoke floats and rises. You can divine autumn leaves or see if you receive messages from the wind in the trees. It doesn’t have to cost anything to perform divination or be complicated or dangerous. It should be fun and magickal. That is the point of it all. Put your energy into it and be open to impressions. 

Enjoy the magic of Samhain!


Lady Spiderwitch )O(


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