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Wiccan & Pagan Job Spells - How to Cast Spells for Employment

Updated on November 9, 2014

In a time when a large percentage of people are unemployed. it makes sense to do a little bit of magic to help you get a job. That being said, you can't just light a candle, say a bunch of words, and expect to receive a phone call from a potential employer within 5 minutes. Like with anything meaningful in life, magic takes a bit of work to make things happen.

Caution When Performing Job Spells

When casting spells for employment, be sure you know exactly what you want. Don't just do a general job spell and be mad when all you can find is a job at a fast food restaurant. Know exactly what it is that you want, or what type of job you want. If you want a job at a specific accounting firm, list that in your spell. However, be aware that you should know for certain that you really want to work at a particular place before you cast the spell. If you end up at the place and dislike it, don't blame it on the magic.

Also, you cannot cast a job spell without doing a little work. You still need to submit applications, tweak your resume, and all of that other boring job search stuff in order to get a job. You can't expect the Goddess to do all the work for you.

Recommended Tools to Use

There are several deities associated with luck, prosperity, and growth; all of which are needed when it comes to job searching. Seek out a deity who is known for one or all of these traits. Here are a few deities who can help you in your job search:

  • Lakshmi: Goddess of Good Fortune and Plenty
  • Nehallennia: Goddess of Growth and Abundance
  • Vasudharda: Goddess of Abundance

Aside from seeking out a deity, there are several other things you can do to help you find a job. You can burn incense from herbs that are believed to bring good luck and fortune. There are also herbs believed to draw money in your direction. Some of these herbs include:

  • Alfalfa - Good Luck
  • Juniper - Good Fortune and Business Success
  • Cloves - Attracts Money
  • Honeysuckle - Attracts Luck and Money
  • Mint - Attracts Good Energy and Brings Good Fortune

One of the most popular magical things to do when looking for a job is candle magic. Green candles are associated with wealth, money, success, and luck. Burning green candles and performing rituals with them is a great way to magically help you in your job search.

CharmingPixieFlora on "Required" Tools for Spell Work


Here are a few examples of job/employment spells. These are not intended to actually be used by anyone, but are simply here to be examples of what an employment spell can look like and how to implement it.

With all spells, the best spells are the ones that the witch creates his or her self. Your energies and desires will be placed into the spell, making it far more powerful than any spell you can copy from someone else.

A Spell to Help You or a Loved One Find a Job

Light a candle, preferably a green candle, and say this chant:

With this flame,

I ask of thee,

please help my(self, husband, wife, partner) find a job,

that he(she, I) loves,

and that will help sustain our family.

-Blow out the candle-

So mote it be.

Candle Magick Spell for Finding a Job

For those of you who do not like performing an in-depth ritual spell, or if you just like candles, here is the spell for you:

  • Write what sort of job you would like, or just a simple job request, on a piece of paper.
  • Wrap the piece of paper around a small green candle (votive or one that will burn in a few hours).
  • Light the candle and let the candle and paper burn completely.

An Earth (Green) Magic Spell for Employment

This is a great spell for practitioners of Green Witchcraft, Gaia Worship, or any of the other Earth magics. Here's what you need to do:

  • Gather several small rocks and place them neatly into a small pile.
  • When picking up each rock, charge it. Whisper your intentions/desires into each rock.
  • Once the pile is built, gather natural items that are of green and gold coloration (leaves, dead grass, live grass, clay mixed soil, etc.).
  • Do all of this the evening or the night of a full moon.
  • After you've done all of this, you can light the grass on fire if you wish. Or you can simply light a candle.


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    • profile imageAUTHOR

      Daniella Lopez 

      7 years ago

      Thanks Cresent :)

    • Cresentmoon2007 profile image


      7 years ago from Caledonia, MI

      A well informed hub about job spells, shining a light upon the subject for those who need to know more about it. Voted p

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      Daniella Lopez 

      7 years ago

      Thanks for reading! Feng Shui is very interesting and I've done some research on it. I definitely want to learn more about it.

    • Maren Morgan M-T profile image

      Maren Elizabeth Morgan 

      7 years ago from Pennsylvania

      Your title certainly caught my attention. Feng shui also uses"intentional thoughts." It must work.

    • profile imageAUTHOR

      Daniella Lopez 

      7 years ago

      Hey girl! Sorry about the video. I'll check it. And I completely understand the job issue. My husband has been unemployed for about 6 months now and it's so stressful. However, I performed a job spell over the most recent full moon and he got an interview! So I'm feeling pretty confident now. :)



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      Lillian K. Staats 

      7 years ago from Wasilla, Alaska

      Danielle, the video keeps pausing with Flora... I've got the cloves, a Honeysuckle grows under my bedroom window, I'll tell lady, I am SO desperate for a job... Christian or no, I might bloody try them! Love yaz, lily (great hub)


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