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Spellwork Sundays: A spell to restore Justice with Ma'at, MAY 5th, 2019

May 01, 2019 0 Comments

Spellwork Sundays: A spell to restore Justice with Ma'at, MAY 5th, 2019

 Spellwork Sundays

May 5th, 2019 - Restore Justice with Ma'at

 

Hiya! This weeks Spellwork Sunday, we are focusing on working with the incredible Egyptian Goddess, Ma’at for restoring justice in our times of need. Ma’at was the goddess of truth, justice and the universal order of life. Ma’at, wasn’t just the goddess of these concepts, but was the embodiment of them and therefore was seen to be above the ideas of right and wrong because she IS the truth, and nothing is stronger than truth! We can invoke her in times when clouded judgements may be a factor tempering with our rulings or decisions!

Time / Planetary Hours:

  • This ritual and spell may be done at any time, under any cycle, being that Ma’at was the goddess of universal order, she controlled the seasons, and all astrological events, thus allowing us to invoke her at any time.

Altar Decor Setup & Suggestions

You can create a simple altar for this, or make it as lavish as you want. Whatever holds importance for your spell is up to you!

  • A blue candle
  • A white feather, preferably of an ostrich.
  • An ankh and a scale (both were her sacred correspondent symbols)*
  • A piece of paper, papyrus paper would be best suited, but not needed.
  • A bottle of ink.*
  • Any of her sacred plants and herbs like Rose, Frankincense and Aloe.
* You can find these at any new age, arts & crafts, or many home goods stores. It should be noted that you can make your own ankh, by drawing one out or making one out of clay!!
     

    Simple Steps and Procedures

    • On the candle, use the tip of the feather to inscribe your candle with Ma’at‘s hieroglyph, the feather, and her name.
    • Clean off tip of feather so that no wax residue lingers, and dip quill into the bottle of ink.
    • On the piece of paper, write out the name of person, or situation that you believe justice needs to be brought to.
    • Say aloud         
              I call you now, our dearest Ma’at
              For your justice, can expel our clouded thought
              Restore order to the situation at hand

              With harm done to none, who take to the stand

    • Now, light the paper with the candle flame and burn.
    • Save the ashes and take them outside. Let them blow away as you envision Ma’at with her wings stretched out carrying away injustice, and restoring truth.

             Thank Ma’at for aiding in your time of need. It is done!

     

    ma'at

     

     

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    Pogo of J Southern Studio is a Brujx living in Los Angeles, California who has been practicing various forms of divination, healing and spellwork for a greater part of the last decade. Their abilities and intuition come from a bloodline of healers that they walk in gratitude with daily. Read their bio here.

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