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The Magick of Marigolds

Updated: Oct 27, 2022

Marigolds are often used in spells and rituals for their protective and love qualities. Place fresh marigolds around your home to ward off evil spirits, or add the flowers to a charm bag to keep negative energy at bay. Marigolds can also be used in love spells and rituals; carry a marigold flower with you to attract new love, or add the petals to a bath to bring back the love of an estranged partner.

Use marigolds in your magical practice to:

  • ward off evil spirits

  • protect your home

  • attract new love

  • bring back the love of an estranged partner

When using marigolds for magic, it is important to keep in mind their associated element of fire. This means that they can be used to add a boost of energy to spells and rituals related to passion, creativity, and change. If you are working on a spell or ritual that needs a little extra oomph, consider adding some marigolds to the mix.

Here are spells for working marigolds:

Protection Spell: Gather a handful of fresh marigold blossoms and place them in a charm bag. Add a sprig of rosemary and a piece of obsidian to the bag. Carry it with you, or keep it in a safe place, to ward off negative energy and protect yourself from harm.

Love Spell: Fill a bathtub with warm water and add a handful of marigold petals. Soak in the tub for 20 minutes, visualize yourself surrounded by love, and feel the negative energy washing away. Drain the tub, step out, and air dry.

Creativity Spell: Fill a small jar with marigold petals and add a few drops of orange essential oil. Keep the jar in your workspace or near where you do your creative work. Inhale the scent of the marigolds when you need a boost of inspiration.

Change Spell: Write your intention for change on a piece of paper. Place the paper in a fire-proof bowl and cover it with marigold petals. Light the petals on fire, allow them to burn until they turn to ash, and then bury the ashes.

Hope you all enjoy witches!

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