Bayberry is associated with a house blessing, good fortune, wishes, luck, and money-drawing spells. Bayberry gained its reputation as a household helper in colonial times, and there is still a robust domestic flavor to Bayberry magick. While other money herbs may target the realm of business, Bayberry is all about bringing cash into the home coffers. It is most effective when harnessing money you are owed/expecting: Reaping an investment, expediting a raise or bonus, or encouraging the repayment of a loan. Bayberry is also a “shopper’s charm”—that is, it can help you bounce back from the pain of overspending. (Especially around the holidays, or when your spending is motivated by generosity.)
A New England tradition involves burning a Bayberry candle on dark winter nights to bring prosperity at New Year’s. The old saying goes, “A bayberry candle burned to the socket brings joy to the heart and gold to the pocket.” Give Bayberry candles as Yule gifts to pass the blessings on to friends.
This candle will be anointed with my Bayberry oil. Bayberry oil is used for drawing money and good fortune. It is said that if you rub Baberry oil into your wallet or purse, your money will last longer. It is also a good idea to rub a few drops onto the hands before gambling and even onto bank/checkbooks etc. to enhance your account to grow...
Anoint a Bayberry Candle and let it burn to the bottom to attract money. Write how much money you need on parchment paper, use white paper, black ink, and place it under the candle before you light it. When you are finished burning the candle, take the paper and throw it out anywhere outside of your home.
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