Wind Chime Spell

For bringing good news to your door

Folklore claims various reasons for the use of wind chimes in and around the home. They are believed to ward off evil spirits, attract fairies, or give the wind a voice! In this spell, they are used to honor the
element of Air, which is the spirit of communication and the patron of messengers. This spell is particularly good for easing the flow of communication to and from your home, creating a tranquil atmosphere, and bringing good news to your door.

It uses the old wisdom that music and clatter alike drive away evil influences and attract good spirits. Because different noises provoke different reactions within each of us, you will need to find a set of
wind chimes that sound harmonious to you. The feathers used in this spell symbolize birds, which were depicted in ancient times as messengers of the gods.

Their appearance in temples and on statues was regarded as an omen of both good and bad fortune, and their flight patterns were studied in order to predict anything from the future of a newborn baby to the outcome of a battle.

This spell calls upon the powers of Athena, Goddess of communication. It is best cast on a waxing moon for positive energy flow, and on Wednesday, the day of Mercury, planet of communication.

What you will need:

One tablespoon of water
Three drops of lavender essential oil
One oil burner with a tea light (or votive) Matches or a lighter One
yellow candle, approximately 6 inches Three x 8 inch lengths of yellow
1/4 inch wide ribbon Three bird feathers, any color
One set of wind chimes (picture shows plain silver metal wind chimes)

What to do:

Add the lavender oil and water to the burner and light it. Light the yellow candle, saying aloud:

Athena, Goddess of communication
Empower and bless my spell
To bring good news to my door
With the swiftness of a bird in flight,
Good fortune to ensure.

Using a length of ribbon, tie the first of the bird feathers strongly onto any thread of the wind chime, chanting as you do so:

Happy news, find your way
To my home, from today.

Tie a second feather to another thread on the wind chime, chanting:

Bright music, sacred sound
Evil here, never found.

Tying a third feather to yet another thread on the wind chime, chant:

Lucky breeze, Happy din
Summon light to flow in.

Hang your enchanted wind chime on your porch, or over your front door, where any breeze or movement will stir it into action

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