Money, Drugs, and Wicca

Hi, Rose, my name is Josh Goforth, and I have always been interested in drugs and money. I was wondering if you could give me any step by step assistance on how to perform any of these spells. Just so you’ll know, I am legally blind, but that doesn’t stop me from wanting to enter the world of spell-casting.

Hi, Josh!  “Goforth” is a last name with very positive connotations, by the way.  Your question seems to have several parts, so let’s approach each part individually.

Now, when you say you’re “interested in drugs and money,” I’m not really sure what you mean.  Are you wanting to use Wicca to advance in these?  While prosperity is a good thing, if you’re referring to obtaining that “prosperity” by buying, selling or using illegal drugs…well, that would be a “No.”  Drugs or potions which are not used beneficially are directly contrary to the Wiccan Rede.  While I’ve covered the Wiccan Rede before, it certainly doesn’t hurt to talk about it again. 

The Wiccan Rede and the Threefold Law are really the distillation of Wicca to its purest form.  The Rede states, “If it harms none, do what you will.”  You’ll find numerous variations of the Rede in different resources, but it all boils down to the same meaning.  The Threefold Law both reinforces the positive and enforces against the use of negative energy:  “All good that you do, three times returns to you; all harm that you do, three times returns too.” 

Personally, I believe strongly that so-called “recreational” drugs fall under the category of “Harm None.”  One of the things you need to think about is how the drugs which are sold to others affect them, affect their families; there is really no such thing as “personal choice”, as we are all connected, and what affects one affects all.  Also, if you are serious about Wicca, you should not use illegal drugs, as it would be harming yourself.  A Wiccan must seriously consider all possible outcomes before acting.  Since there would be no benefit to anyone involved, drugs are forbidden.

Also, the idea of using spells to manipulate or control others is contrary to the tenets of Wicca.  Once again, The Rede and the Threefold Law come into play.  It’s pretty easy to figure out what’s acceptable and what’s not…if you just stop and think to yourself, “Hey, do I want the consequences of this action to return to me three-fold?” 

As far as prosperity goes, well — if I have “enough”, then I feel wealthy.  “Enough” can mean different things to different people, but it pretty much means that I am warm, I have food, I have family, I have friends, I have love and can give love, and that I am content in who I am.  Money, Friend, is just so much metal, and is only useful as far as it affects the good that I can do.  It’s really still part of a barter system, if you think about it.  Again, it can be helpful to ask yourself why you want or need more money.  Is it going to be beneficial for you in the long run, or is it to achieve a perceived status?

To the last part of your question, being “legally blind” is most certainly NOT an impediment to being Wiccan, to castings, potions, or any other part of Wicca.  Many times, I close my eyes in order to concentrate more fully on what outcome I am mentally visualizing.  I would think that, actually, this may be of excellent benefit to you in the long run.  While we cannot change what we have been given physically, we CAN use it to both ours and others’ benefit.  Many times, things that I have perceived as weaknesses in myself have turned into strengths.  

Josh, in you I feel strength; use it rightly.

Rose Ariadne: Providing “Magickal” answers to your Pagan, Wiccan, Witchcraft spell casting questions since 2006.

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