Peace be with you my friends! I am extremely busy with my yearly fall activities and am planning a massive ritual for All Souls' and All Saints' starting on the 31st. I just wanted to take this time to share a prosperity ritual that I have used a recommended for many years, the rice charm for money. It has been posted on my website for over two years, but in case you've missed it, here it is!
You may use this charm continuously.
This an old Southern Hoodoo charm for drawing wealth that my friend Glenda taught me in the late 90’s when we worked together in a restaurant. One evening we were washing and preparing rice to serve with gumbo and shrimp Creole, and she spontaneously told me of this old custom from the American South meant to bring wealth and success. Interestingly, rice is also a symbol of wealth and prosperity in many Asian and Middle Eastern cultures with its many grains symbolizing abundance. In Iran, there is a saying that grains of rice are beads of sweat fallen from the brow of Allah himself. I have used Glenda’s rice charm and recommended it to others ever since.
You will need:
A tea cup
Coins of all denominations
First, take the tea cup and place a layer of rice on the bottom and then add a few coins and cover them with more rice. Continue the process until the tea cup if filled to the top and then place it either by your front door or on your spiritual altar. You may also choose to keep it in your place of business to attract customers and increase profits. It’s as simple as that!
The idea behind this powerful charm is that rice is a symbol of abundance and wealth and that as the humidity in the air swells the rice, so will your income grow! Also, if you would like to attract love as well as money, you can dye the rice with red food coloring before placing it in the tea cup with the coins. You may use this charm continuously, but it is advisable to change the rice once a year.
You may also wish to burn a green or gold candle next to the rice cup from time to time to give the charm an added kick.