Pagan/Wiccan Religion/Trying to find a spell


I am looking for a spell that will help my husband that is over seas feel like I am actually with him. Like he will be able to feel me hug him.

I like rose quartz for this kind of spell, as it's both easy to find and naturally powerful for any kind of love magic.  Here's an image for you.

Perform this spell at the time of the full moon to gain lunar energies (actually you can do it at any time, but the full moon just adds an extra kick).  You will want to get two relatively small (fits in your palm) pieces of rose quartz, one for you and one for your husband.  I've found that it's better to find the words of the spell (a poem, lyrics, quotes, whatever moves you) on your own, because that way they will be more meaningful and have a stronger personal vibration.  An effective spell can be as simple as holding the two pieces in your hands and concentrating your thoughts and emotions into them.  But if you'd like extra energies, rub an evocative oil (such as jasmine, rose, or lavender)into the stones, visualizing your goal of feeling togetherness.

Keep one of the stones for yourself and send the other to your husband.  Each of you can carry the stone on your person (smaller rocks naturally work better for this) as a reminder of the other's love and devotion.

Simple spells are often more effective spells!

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Rev. Emilie Conroy


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I think I had the best and healthiest spiritual upbringing a child could experience. To begin, my parents were themselves spiritual explorers, having thought through the mainstream dogma of their youth to a point of universal acceptance and a belief of the divine inherent in everything (and in nothing) . We had no labels and really didn’t need any. They taught me the basics of morality and ethics, and the significance of the intangible, that which really couldn’t be described in words. There were Neopagan and Wiccan influences, but I was encouraged to study and experience all faiths so that I might be of better service to humanity. I began my studies in depth with the Temple of the Ways, a progressive Wiccan-themed tradition celebrating the goddess Nehallenia. In addition to being an active member in the Re-Formed Congregation of the Goddess, I also began several new projects and initiatives—Spiral Way, Grove of the Seven Sisters, the Tribe of Theagenia, the Sisterhood of Themiskyra, and most recently the Melusines. I am a regular participant and occasional ritual leader in several local covens and circles. But I go where I am needed, and so I often serve as visiting clergy with other groups. My favorite action is when I attend interfaith gatherings as a representative of alternative faiths. I carry the community with me, and I am honored to speak as best I can on everyone’s behalf. Walking my path has been a sincere spiritual adventure, one that has challenged ideas of which I was once certain and one that has helped me develop new thoughts. That I have evolved in mind and spirit over the years is an absolute for me. At the end of the day, I would like to discover who we are and why are we here.

I earned my BA from Muhlenberg College in History/Religious Studies/Linguistics in 1993, and went on to pursue graduate studies at Florida State University. I have both taken and taught independent coursework in the history of Neopaganism, Reconstructionism, group and individual therapy, group dynamics, and mediation/conflict resolution.

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