What spells are best done on a Saturday? Protection, banishing, and cleansing spells! 💫
Saturday brings an opportunity to cleanse and remove any kind of problematic energies. Light a black candle to symbolize the heat of the hearth.
On this page, you’ll find:
Saturday Magickal Correspondences
Tea for Saturday ☕
Drink a cup of Black Tea to connect with Saturday’s infallible inspiration. Black tea has a higher rate of theine than other teas, so it is a powerful stimulant. Its rich aroma promotes an awakening of the senses and its fluorine contents can help prevent cavities!¹
Saturday Herbs 🌿
Thyme, Cypress, Hemp, Ivy, Morning Glory, Patchouli, Myrrh.
Crystals for Saturdays 💎
Saturday Spells 🔮
Saturday is good for different kinds of spells, especially those of Positive Witchcraft, such as a cleanses, spiritual baths, and protection. Most of these spells include printable pages to make your own book of spells.
Meditating with a black candle brings spiritual protection as it absorbs hostility, unfriendliness, curses and more. Black candles aren’t evil, they help us stay protected from harm.
Prayer to Bast
Also known as Bastet, her mission is to protect the home. She symbolizes the joy of living as it is considered the deity of harmony and happiness. And also cats! 🐈
Chant a prayer to protect family and home with this easy Wiccan spell. Bless a new home or invite protection and blessings to your house with green Magic.
Prayer to Hecate
Hecate is the Divinity of the Underworld, Goddess of the Crossroads. Saturday is a day to light a black candle and ask for Justice and fairness.
Return to Sender
This Wiccan spell is not for revenge but for Karmic retribution: Return the harm to its sender safely with a bit of Kitchen Magic: 🍋 lemon, cloves, incense.
There are many different ways to do an uncrossing spell, which is mainly for removing negative energies. This spell uses 🍃 Bay leaf, cinnamon and two frankincense sticks.
Bad Luck Go Away!
By using salt and the power of the green candle to ward off negative influences, we can focus on drawing positive energies that will manifest opportunities for growth and success.
Pet Protection Spell
This simple candle ritual will protect a pet from theft or so that they don’t get lost or sick, giving them a long life, positive energy and joy.
Spell to Win a Court Case
Easy candle spell to win court case with Bay leaves, candles and paper. Win a lawsuit or get a court case dismissed with a help of Magic.
Stop Draining Energies
An easy way to create a protection spell bag to fight anxiety using mugwort, a quartz crystal and a candle.
Take a bath if you are feeling disconnected from your spiritual self, or if you have been troubled or distressed. This cleansing bath ritual is ideal before casting a spell.
More recipes and spells for a Saturday:
Crystals for Saturdays
Tourmaline is piezoelectric, which means it stores an electric charge. This property makes black tourmaline a stones frequently used in therapy and protection rituals.
How to use Black Tourmaline
- For personal protection: Wear it in rings, necklaces, earrings, carry it in a pocket or keep it in your car.
- In energy therapy, its natural form is the most indicated. Place it on the body touching the skin.
- To cleanse the home or workplace, place a black tourmaline near electrical appliances or the main entrance.
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Amethyst is belongs to the family of quartz. Its colors range from a beautiful deep purple to a light blue. They were appreciated as much as diamonds and used in the crowns of kings and in jewels.
How to use Amethyst
- Wear amethyst jewelry to increase your courage and creativity, helping you make better decisions.
- Meditate with it to fight bad habits, and attract good energies.
- Place an amethyst geode in your home for protection and to promote a calm space.
- Use amethysts as the main piece in your wand and use it during rituals to call upon positive energies.
- To get your creativity going, light an orange candle and set an amethyst crystal near you as you meditate.
Saturday Jar Spells
Banish Negativity Recipe
Clear quartz, Lavender, Black salt and a sea shell. SilverBear shares a beautiful recipe to invoke calming peace with a jar, a candle and a little pagan prayer: Banish the Bad!
Spell to Banish Someone
This Wiccan spell is great to get rid of someone without causing them harm. We will prepare a Witch bottle using a glass jar and some Kitchen Magic.
Magical Plant Infused Oil
This oil can be used in salves, anointing candles, in bath water, medicine…whatever you want!
Saturday Pagan Prayers 🕯️
Saturday is consecrated as the day of Saturn, god of crops and time. Because he is concerned with the sowing of seeds, this is a day for productivity and organizing.
Hestia’s Home Blessing
The Greek Goddess who presides over the fire of homes (the hearth) can be a great ally to protect your home and family.
More Pagan Prayers
Sprinkle Gratitude, Devotion, and Magic in your cauldron!
These video prayers are easy to follow and chant along!
Full Moon Saturday Ideas 🌕
Prepare Moon Water!
You can prepare Moon Water any night, even on a New Moon (it’s dark but it’s still there!). Learn how to work with the energy of each lunar phase.
Full Moon Spells
Work out the Witch in you! If this Saturday brings a Full Moon, visit this post to get the best spells to cast and rituals for the Full Moon.
Lunar Spells, Every Night
Visit Tonight’s Lunar Spell Generator and awaken your Magic instantly with a very simple step-by-step ritual.
Magic or “Magick”? Which one is it? 😕
Some people prefer to use the term “Magick” to differentiate it from stage magic, the one performed by magicians and illusionists. But ultimately, the word “magic“ has its roots in Proto-Indo-European magh-, which meant “to be able, to have power”, later found in Latin magice, meaning sorcery. The correct term for stage magic is “illusionism” as it is not actual Magic, but rather an illusion of Magic.
Aleister Crowley chose the word “Magick” when writing about his practices and rituals. The term has since been re-popularised by those who have adopted elements of his teachings, but not everyone.
In conclusion, because both words have essentially the same meaning, they are simply different “flavors” of the same word and may be used interchangeably.