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Friday, April 22, 2011

Cow Flower Protection Spell


Flowers from Good Friday church services may be used to protect cattle. Good Friday is indicated because of the connection to the resurrection. Because of cattle's intrinsic connection with human fertility, any sacred day with fertility overtones, such as Beltane or Midsummer's Eve, may be substituted, or a day with personal resonance for you if more appropriate.
  1. Collect some of the flowers following the conclusion of the service or ceremony.
  2. Burn the flowers, together with seven teaspons of flour and three teaspoons of salt.
  3. Gather up the ashes and sew them into a sachet. Reserve until needed.

Should a cow fall ill from natural or suspicious causes, break the sachet open and rub the ashes over the cow's belly three times, always in the same direction.

Alternatively, place the unbroken sachet on the ground. Lead the cow over it three times, always walking in the same direction.

Found in: The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells
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