By Request: Prosperity Ritual to Lilith

This was a requested ritual that I’ll be adding to my archives.

Sometimes I script my rituals, but often I make them as I go. This is one of those cases. Forgive me that I dont have the complete wording — although, as always, focus and intent is far more important!

This ritual is best performed on a harvest sabbat. An esbat (full moon), dark moon (new moon), or Lilith’s moon (three days after the new moon) would also be ideal.

1. Cast your circle

You may do this however you like, ideally invoking deities you work with. Perhaps the dark ones?

Point your athame to the north. “I call on thee, Belial. Hail and welcome!”

Point your athame to the west. “I call on thee, Leviathan. Hail and welcome!”

Point your athame to the south. “I call on thee, Satanas. Hail and welcome!”

Point your athame to the east. “I call on thee, Lucifer. Hail and welcome!”

Light black and red candles for Lilith. Ring a bell or singing bowl three times. “I invoke thee, Lilith. Hail and welcome!” Ring a bell or singing bowl three times.

2. Request

Light gold candles. Ask for what you need or want. Prosperity, fertility, etc.

3. Offering

Give Her an offering, perhaps sexual fluids, on Her sigil.

4. Chant

Chant and meditate deeply on Her enn (mantra), at least three times. Renich viasa avage lillith lirach.

5. Crystals

If you wish, charge a carnelian and citrine crystal. These can be helpful to decorate your altar, or to hold when you need motivation (carnelian) and energy (citrine) at work.

6. Meditation and Divination

Spend a moment in meditation. Watch for signs. Draw a tarot card if you wish.

7. Close your circle

When ready, close your circle in the same manner, “hail and farewell.” Snuff your candles. Ring your bell or singing bowl three times.

 

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