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Magical Amulets & Talismans

Updated on November 18, 2012

Magical Amulets & Talismans

Magical amulets and talismans are powerful tools to be used in rituals, spells, and to be just be worn on a day to day basis.

There are many different amulets and talismans that can be acquired and used. Whether you find a magic amulet that is solely for one purpose such as protection, love, prosperity, luck, or vitality, or if you find a multi-purpose magical amulet, they all can enhance your life in some way.

Magical Amulets can aid you in obtaining your goals and desires through their potent energies.

Although some magical amulets already come pre-charged, many do not and need to be strengthened and charged by you.

The more you use your amulet, the more strength it will acquire and the better it will be for you to use in whatever task you have need of it.

Some amulets work better when used specifically for rituals and spells. Others work better when simply worn around the neck on a day to day basis. Either way, magical amulets will strengthen and call upon your own energies to help you further progress to your goals and desires.

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How to Use Magical Amulets

Magic amulets have long been associated with many different traditions. From the ancient Egyptians to the druids to modern day witches and wiccans, magic amulets are symbols of power that can not only be a focal point for your rituals and spells, but can be worn with you wherever you go.

Magical amulets provide amazing value within wicca, the occult, and witchcraft. The energies contained within various different amulets can surround your body always whenever you wear them. Providing you a constant source of these energies.

If you worship a certain deity you can use the amulets as a form of an offering. In this way you can take your magical amulet and as you hold it, say a prayer to your deity and then place it on your altar as an offering each night before bed, or each morning when you awake. The deities will be sure to smile down upon you for this act of good faith on your part. Amulets used in such a fashion can still be used in rituals and spells, and still worn. However, if you are going to use them as an offering it is best to cleanse and purify your magical amulet each time after you use it in a ritual, spell, or if you have worn it all day and night before making the offering to your deity.

In rituals and spell work they can be used as a tool or as symbolic symbols to amplify your energies. They can either be used just for your rituals and spells as sacred objects, or they can be used, cleansed, then worn around your neck once again.

Magical Amulet that involve protection are perhaps the most powerful ones you can obtain. There are many different types of protection amulets however, when worn, these amulets can help prevent negativity and dark entities from being drawn to you and attacking or draining your energies.

The versatility and usability of magical amulets are incredible. Many amulets already come pre-charged and energized. Other amulets need to be charged and energized by you. Either way however, you can charge your magical amulets quite easily with the proper steps. Some of these steps will be outlined here, and with the many different amulets you can obtain, this post will just go into a few examples.

Charging Your Magical Amulets

The first way to use a magical amulet would be to wear it with you wherever you go. However, before you wear it is always best to charge and strengthen the amulet before you place it around your neck. In order to do this effectively, take the amulet and wait to perform this ritual when the moon is full. The best time is around 2am-4am and on a Friday night.

Meditate while burning some incense that represents that of which you wish to obtain. For example if you wish to have a love amulet, you can use amber, dragon's blood, jasmine, or love named incense. Be sure you are holding your magical amulet in your hand this entire time, and while meditating imagine the energies that wish to have come to you flow through your body and being channeled into the amulet.

If you wish for love then imagine love, joy, and fiery passion flowing through your body. If your amulet is meant for prosperity or money, imagine wealth, prosperity, and abundance flowing through you and into your amulet, and then use the appropriate incense for wealth(prosperity named, musk, high john the conqueror).

Perform this and charge this amulet in this fashion for as long as possible(a half hour is ideal). Once the ritual is done, let the incense burn completely out and then place the amulet into a velveteen bag that is sprinkled with herbs that represent that of which you wish to use the amulet for. For example if you have a love amulet use herbs such as lavender, rose hips, rose petals, jasmine flowers, and ginseng.

Place the velveteen bag in a safe place for a period of seven days. After seven days has passed, you can take your magical amulet out and then wear it around your neck and the energies will be within the amulet, all charged and ready to help you.

The other way to charge and use a magical amulet would be to perform the above steps however instead of wearing the amulet, leave it in the velveteen bag and then carry it around with you in your pocket when you are out and about, and then when you sleep, place it under your pillow or within the pillow sheet when you retire at night.

If you wish to use your magical amulet as a tool in your rituals instead of wearing it or using it to attract things into your life, one way you can use your amulets in your rituals would be as follows.

If for example you are performing a ritual of protection to protect yourself or your home, you would open up your circle and perform your normal routine as you would any other ritual to begin with. During your ritual, hold your magical amulet in your hand as you meditate and perform the ritual and visualize protective energies coming out of the amulet and into your home or into you. In this fashion your amulet then becomes a ritual tool to be use during your rituals and spells instead of the ONLY item being used in a ritual or spell.

Cleansing Your Magical Amulets

Your magical amulet should be routinely cleansed and dowsed like any other ritual tool in your wiccan supplies, witchcraft supplies, and occult supplies collection. When cleansing an amulet there two simple easy ways to do so that is not very time consuming and doesn't necessarily need to be done within a ritual for cleansing(unless of course you prefer that method)

The first way to cleanse your amulet would be to light some sage incense or a sage smudge stick and wave the amulet through the smoke a number of times. You can say a prayer as you perform this if you wish. The sage smoke will cleanse and renew your amulet.

Another way to cleanse your magical amulet would be to make up a bucket or bowl with some water and salt. Ensure that the salt is completely dissolved and then simply dunk your amulet into the water a few times to begin with then place within the water and leave it in there for roughly 2-5 minutes. Do not keep your amulets in the water too long because the salt can damage the amulet and make them rust, tarnish, or become unusable.(do NOT perform this if your amulet is made of wood)

Remember that magical amulets only are as good as their owner. If you want them to work properly and to help you bring that of which you seek, ensure to follow the steps above and they will bring you a constant source of strong energies for that of which you desire.

Acorn Protection Amulet Ritual

Acorn Protection Amulet

A charged amulet spell based on a system of Magick known as Ritual Magick. It

falls under the category of tasked energy magick.

Tools Required:

· Acorn

· Altar

· Pentacle (altar tile)

· Water bowl,

· Salt bowl,

· Goddess Candle,

· God Candle,

· Wand,

· Athame,

· Incense, and incense burner


Setup the altar in traditional fashion. Light the incense and let it fill the area around the altar. The incense serves as a cue that the space is being transitioned to magickal space.

Face East and say “Yae to the guardian of the East, join me and charge this area with the wisdom and energy of Air”.

Face South and say “Yae to the guardian of the South, join me and charge this

area with the wisdom and energy of Fire”.

Face West and say “Yae to the guardian of the West, join me and charge this area with the wisdom and energy of Water”.

Face North and say “Yae to the guardian of the North, join me and charge this area with the wisdom and energy of Earth”.

Calling the quarters

Some see this as drawing on the elements for energy in creating the circle. Others see it as a summoning of the elemental spirits for participation in ritual. Some with a background in Kaballah might be inclined to see it as summoning the Archangels.

Lighting quarter candles is common in some traditions. Some also ring a bell

and/or draw an invoking pentagram symbol with an athame. Take the athame from the altar and point it at the ground while drawing a circle on the ground starting at north and going clockwise (east, then south, then west, and then back to north). Set the athame back on the altar.

Casting the circle

The athame is used to direct energy to the perimeter and build the circle around you. Visualization of the stream of energy triggers the stream to flow. Pacing can be a little difficult. Sometimes moving too fast will leave it feeling half formed, while moving too slow can leave you feeling excessively drained.

Next light the God candle while saying... “oh great horned one of ancient mystery, join me bringing your wisdom and energy.”

Inviting the God to join. Consider the flame of the candle a torch to light his path to the circle or perhaps as a vessel for his spirit.

Next light the Goddess candle while saying... “oh great mother of all of the

universe, join me bringing your wisdom and energy.”

Inviting the Goddess to join. Also as above a torch to light the path or a vessel for

her spirit.

Pick up the acorn and dip it in the salt bowl saying “let this be cleansed with the

purity of earth”.

Before any amulet is charged with tasked energy, it is normally consecrated

(cleansed). The salt is symbolic of the element of earth and seen as a natural

purifying agent.

Dip the acorn in the water bowl saying “let this be cleansed with the purity of


This is the second half of the consecration. This time it is with the symbology of

the element of water, another natural purifier.

Set the acorn back on the pentacle.

The altar plate is the focal point of most altar-oriented rituals.

Touch both the candles (not the flames) drawing the divine energy into you. See yourself as glistening with white sparkly light.

Drawing divine energy. At this point, you are essentially tapping into the spirits of the Goddess and God. The drawing process is in a way like sipping on a straw except you are sipping with your fingers. The visualization of white sparkly light represents the charge of energy.

Pick up the acorn and hold it in your right hand. Visualize that sparkly energy going into the acorn. When you can see it in your mind’s eye, repeat the following 13 times:

“balanus, bona, phylacterium”

Pushing the tasked energy into the acorn. It is important to focus on tasking the energy at least as much as pushing the energy into the acorn. Tasking can be done with symbology or with words symbolizing the task. balanus is Latin for acorn, chestnut or date bona is Latin for good phylacterium is Latin for “to watch or guard”

Basically the phrase means “acorn good guard”. It isn’t an ancient phrase, nor need it be.

The repetition of the phrase 13 times is significant as the indication of the tasking process while charging. 13 times was chosen as plenty (perhaps excessive) and with the mystical association of 13 moons in a year and perceived by some as a lucky number.

Set the acorn down in the center of the pentacle.

Back to the focal point

Take the wand and draw a circle around the acorn three times saying “Bind this

spell to the amulet, as I will it, so mote it be.” Charging is only half of the task of amulet creation. The second half is binding the energy so it stays in the amulet.

The phrase “as I will it, so mote it be” is extremely common in this type of magickal work in that the magickian is now affirming that the magick will work. Note: mote = will, so the phrase means, “as I wish it, so will it be”.

Snuff the Goddess candle (blowing it out is okay only if you do not have a snuffer) and say “Thank-you M’Lady for your wisdom and energy”.

Thanks to the Goddess. NOT a dismissal, more like a goodbye type of pleasantry.

Snuff the God candle and say “Thank-you M’Lord for your wisdom and energy”.

Thanks to the God. As above, it is a pleasantry.

Face North, bow and say “Thank-you for your wisdom and energy”.

Face West, bow and say “Thank-you for your wisdom and energy”.

Face South, bow and say “Thank-you for your wisdom and energy”.

Face East, bow and say “Thank-you for your wisdom and energy”.

Thanks to the elements. As above, it is a pleasantry.

Cap the incense or douse it in water.

Starts the space on the process of returning to normal. Some people actually “take down” the circle.

As you can see, applying ritual to magickal practice gives it a sense of formality.

Do you need such a ritual to charge an amulet? No, but it may improve your focus.

Another aspect of ritual magick is when a group is working magick together. While free-form magick may be quite easy when you are by yourself, in a group it is far too chaotic. Having someone lead the ritual keeps everyone on the same task.

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Amulet Protection Ritual

Take your favorite amulet and meditate to charge it. Then, once the amulet is charged perform this ritual.

a protection spell from any spirit or demon.( has been tested and never had a problem with it)

cast a circle on the ground all casters enter.. 1-? casters can be used( the more the more powerful).

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Let my army be done.

Let it be .

Let it be

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