To Win the Love of Another Person (Tarot Spell)
- 13 red candles (do not light until instructed to do so)
- Photo of person or other personal items if they can be obtained
- Red cloth (represents love) to lay the cards on. White cloth will do if red cannot be obtained
Perform this spell at night before going to bed.
You will need three tarot cards for this spell. One “significator card” to represent you, one “significator card” to represent the one you wish to love you and in between those two place the tarot card called The Lovers.
Place your potential mate’s card down first. If you have a photo or other personal item belonging to them place it in your hands and fill it with love energy. Say the person’s name aloud three times and try to hold their image in your mind for at least nine heartbeats. Next to the far left place your significator down. Leave space in the middle for the Lovers card. Try to have your significator card facing your potential mate’s card; this means that if there are people in the pictures of your significator cards try to have them facing each other. Finally, place the lovers in the middle and begin to visualize yourself with this person. See yourself kissing them, holding them, engaging in sexual activity, going on dates, etc. When your finished with your visualizations create a circle around the tarot layout using the thirteen candles. Light each candle and with a firm, authoritative voice recite:
With these cards and with this spell these images take on life and give life to my desires. I call for (name of the one you want to be loved), and (their name again) comes to me, guided by the light of my flames. Whether it be from near or from far, (name) is drawn to me. I give love to (name), and receive love from (name). Our love is passionate, our love is intense as a flame. Our love is long and lasting. As I desire, so do we love, and so shall it be!”
The spell is now ended. You may add to the spell as you see fit, adding other love associations such as crystals or flowers, a love-type incense, etc.