Samhain Remembrance Ritual
Traditionally, Samhain is the most magical time of the year.
It is a time when the veil that separates us from the Other World is at its thinnest. It is a time to celebrate Past,
Present and Future.
I have written a spell for use on this special day. You may want to use it to honor loved ones who have passed away, or to celebrate the union of past, present and future.
Remembrance Ritual Stones
7 gemstones in silk bag – $14.99
The items you will need are:
Do this ritual on October 31. Bathe before the ritual and wear clean clothes. Ensure that you cleanse the stones
of all unwanted energies.
Prepare your altar:
Put all the items on your clean altar. Put the black candle in a brass or silver candle holder, have the matches
close by. Place the candle in the center of the altar. Arrange the stones in a circle around the candle. Place
the wine and plate of food to the right outside the circle of stones.
You may place photos of loved ones who have passed away on the altar if you want to honor them in this ritual.
Flowers, greenery or a small pumpkin can also be used to give a festive feeling to your altar.
When everything is arranged take a moment of silence to ready yourself. Light your candle and while doing so,
ask for Blessings from your favorite Celtic God or Goddess:
Now pick up the crystal stone and pass it over the fire, saying:
Place the crystal back on the altar. Next, pass the turquoise over the fire, saying:
Place the turquoise back on the altar.
Next pass each piece of coral (one by one) over the fire. Sipping from your glass of wine or juice, make a toast to the past, present and future souls with each coral.
Make a toast to the souls who have passed with the first piece of coral by saying:
Toast the souls of the present with the second coral, saying:
Make a toast to those yet unborn with the third coral, saying:
Now pick up the citrine, and pass it over the fire, saying:
Next pick up the moonstone, and pass it over the fire, saying:
Allow the candle to safely burn down during the night. The following morning, the food and drink can be returned to the earth as an offering to the God or Goddess. As you do so, say:
Keep your Samhain gemstones in a place of honor where they will be undisturbed. Use them again next year, but be sure to clean them of energies before the next ritual use.