Spells for the Four Moon Phases


A white tealight candle

A clear candleholder cup

A small magnet (to represent the moon’s magnetism and ‘pull’ in your life)

A lighter or matches

A safe, flat surface to set up on


Set up the candle inside the candleholder, and place the magnet in front of it. If you choose, you can jazz up these spells with silver glitter sprinkled on your work surface. Or how about a silver or white alter cloth, or fresh white flowers tucked in a vase? Try fragrant flowers such as white rose, lilies, freesia or daises. 

Once you have things arranged to you liking, take a moment to ground and center.Visualize all of the fresh energies that the moon in her various phases provides. When you are ready, light the candle and repeat the spell corresponding to the moon phase you are in three times. Allow the candle to burn out in a safe place when you are finished. 

Note: It takes four hours for tealights to burn out.

First Quarter Moon Spell

Increase my sensitivity during this first lunar phase

Bringing fresh start and inspired magick into all my days

Lunar powers are magnetic, they do pull in positive change

May the Maiden goddess hear my call and bless me in many ways.


Second Quarter Moon Spell

As the moon rolls through its second phase, magick will surely grow.

The gifts of sight, dreams and intuition now begin to flow.

Bless my spells with extra power, may I use my gifts wisely,

While the Mother’s moon waxes full, shining love straight down on me.


Third Quarter Moon Spell

As the moon starts to wane, the third lunar cycle begins, 

So look quietly within, reflect, and soul-search again.

Work to remove problems now, spells I’ve carefully weave,

As the moon grows smaller, so too will my troubles leave.

Fourth Quarter Moon Spell

The Crone’s moon grows smaller at the passing of each eve.

For this magick to work, in myself I must believe.

Charms preformed now require a wisdom most sublime

The protection spell is now cast, sealed up with a rhyme.

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Vendertainers that brought many things to a show and are know for helping out where ever they can.

As well as being a place where the older hand made items could be found made by them and enjoyed by all.

We expanded over the years to become well known at what we do. Now we represent over 100 artisans and craftsman that are well known in their venues and some just starting out. Some of their works have been premiered in TV, stage and movies on a regular basis.

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