~Bubbles in your morning coffee predict money. If they are near the side of the cup you drink from the money will come soon, if on the far side, money will come slowly.
~If you must add a lot of water to boiling food, rain is on the way. If the coffee pot boils over more than often it’s also as sign for rain.
~Crossing knives while setting the dinner table fortells a long journey.
- Never pound a nail after sundown, or you will wake the tree gods.
- Nail an evergreen branch to new rafters to bring good luck. An empty hornets’ nest, hung high, also will bring good luck to a house of any age.
- When you move to a new house, always enter first with a loaf of bread and a new broom. Never bring an old broom into the house.A broom dropping in front of the door means company before the day is over.Always pick up, for luck, a broom that is lying on the floor or ground.Always sweep dirt out the back door or you will sweep away your best friend.
*If you place a broom on the floor, it will indicate to your guests that they have stayed long enough.
*It is bad luck to move a broom, a new house needs a new broom.
*A new broom sweeps clean.
*To toughen new broom bristles so they will last longer, dip in hot salt water before using.
If you catch a falling leaf on the first day of autumn you will not catch a cold all winter.
To dream of a lizard is a sign that you have a secret enemy.
— Björn Ironside, Eye for an Eye. (via vikingsquotes)
This is a very simple protection salt I use to ring around my rituals, cleanse my spaces, and even sweep the floor with.
It’s good because not only does it protect, but gives a nice bite back to any negativity/entity/thing that tries to cross it. Best for ritual work and simple spirit work, not necessarily protection from physical attackers.
It’s something pretty much every single one of my readers can make at home with its ridiculously simple ingredients and process, but it’s not something that everyone would think of off the top of their head.
Ready? Here we go. Try not to sneeze!
— William Blake (via observando)
These should help. Thanks to natural-magics!