Season’s greetings! As we prepare to leave 2020 behind, I thought it’d be nice to end this year with a blessing. Here’s a 7-day jar spell to ensure both friends and family alike have all they need and more for the year to come. We start this spell on Christmas Eve and infuse it with prayer for seven days before sending our loved ones with wishes of peace, health, and good fortune.

You will need:
Strips or squares of paper to write on
Black or blue pen
7 white taper candles
A large, clean mason jar
Cinnamon sticks or chips
Frankincense 
Basil
Myrrh
Pyrite
Pine needles (use the ones from your tree, if you have)
Life everlasting 
A pack or two of Blessing incense, depending on your jar size
Blessing oil

Start this spell on Christmas eve morning, ideally before the rest of your family arises. To your clean mason jar, add the Blessing incense and a handful of dried pine needles. Recap the jar and dress a white taper candle with Blessing oil. Affix it to the top, light it, and let it burn down.

The next day add the cinnamon, praying for love and money for all those concerned. Repeat the process of capping the jar, setting a Blessing taper atop, and allowing it to burn down. Repeat this process daily for each remaining ingredient: Frankincense, Myrrh, Basil, Pyrite, and Life Everlasting. After seven days your incense will be complete. 

On New Years Eve a half hour before midnight, you can begin the spell. Write out a name paper for the person you wish to bless and place it in your right hand along with some of the incense. Throw this into a firepit or fireplace, calling the name of the person you want to bless followed by an appropriate blessing ( ______, may you have good health, luck, and find successful employment this year; _____ may you find the money to purchase the car you desire). As the smoke rises, your prayers will rise to meet their spirits in the new year.

See you in 2021!

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