On the Nomenia i had empowered a rose quarz with the power of the first crescent moon and with the might of Hekate-Phosphors. On Saturday I filled a bag of white cloth with seven herbs, the rose quarz and blessed salt (so 9 ingredients) and sealed this herbal bag with red cord. I asked the spirits of the herbs to help me with my goal (which i will not name her in detail). Then i charged the bag with my emotions, will, intent and my etheric energy.
On Sunday I took the bag with me to a walk through the night. The night was clear, the waxing moon was shining bright, the stars were glowing, i looked up into the living veil of darkness, starlight and moonshine- the living veil of the nightly Goddess. I held the bag in my hands, so that it was filled with the light of the moon, I drew down the energy of the waxing moon and filled the bag with it. I prayed to Hekate-Phosphoros to bless the spell and to be gracious towards my goal. I drew down the power of the stars and filled the bag with it, too.
I walked to Hekates crossroad shrine (a shrine on a hill outside of my village, on a threefold crossroad in a small wood). Again I prayed to Hekate, asked her to bless the spell. I put the bag down to the chtonic shrine, asked her to empower it, to strenghten the spell. I prayed to her as Chtonia, Kourotrophos and Phosphoros. I felt the power of the Goddess, filling the spell. Thanked her. Then I left the crossroad, with the bag near my heart. And in the distance some dogs began to bark in the night. A good sign that the Goddess will help me with my goal.
Back home i put the bag to the feet of the Goddess into my hearth shrine, lighted candles and offered herbal honey on a incense burner. Prayed again for my goal.
This spell brought together elements of all three worlds (of the magic of late antiquity). Elements of the material world (the quarz, herbs, salt, bag etc, and act as sympathetic magic). Elements of the etheric world (the using of my etheric energy, the power of the moon). And elements of the empyrean world (the praying to Hekate).