Marry Me Spell

Before anything else, you must envision the proposal. See it clearly in your mind’s eye, including all the details – location, clothing, background, and energy. When you have a firm picture of the proposal, you can initiate the ‘marry me spell’.

The spell should start on a Friday, one week before a full moon. The spell working should go on for seven consecutive nights, with the final night ending on the full moon.

Here is a list of the items you will need:

You must have in hand a personal item from the person you want to marry – i.e. a lock of hair, sweater, watch, any object of personal value as personal items contain powerful energy.
You must find a large ring – a napkin ring works best – and take your time when picking it out, as it will represent the union you desire with your partner. It should never be used for anything else thereafter.
You will need red and pink candles, any size.
You will be using some Ylang-ylang incense or oil.
You will need a red or pink square piece of cloth.

Light up your spell working place with the red or pink candles and purify the room by burning Ylang-ylang oil or incense. Now create a sacred space around you, which can include music that you feel is reflective of love and marriage.

Run your loved one’s personal item through the smoke of the oil/incense and hold it to the flame of the candle. Focus your intent on receiving a proposal of marriage from this person. Next, take the napkin ring and run it through the smoke and candle flame, this time focusing on the perfect proposal situation that you have in mind, and visualizing the scenario. Dwell on the feelings that are derived from this experience.

Put the personal item into the napkin ring, or wrap it around the ring, and recite the following marry me spell chant:

“With the love in my heart
With that love that is ours
I call upon the power of the Earth and the Stars
Engagement I seek
Proposal you will offer to me
Down the marriage aisle is where we will be
By the powers of three times three
As I will it, so mote it be!”

Wrap the personal item in the red or pink cloth and hide it under your loved one’s side of the bed. Do this every night for seven nights. On the last night, bury the item under a rose bush with any remaining candles. Walk away from the burial site and do not look back. Avoid going near the rose bush for at least three months. Once the proposal has been realized, you should re-visit the rose bush and leave an offering.

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