Fun and Easy Magic Spells

Spells should be cast with respect and reverence. 

Keep in mind the Rule of 3: Spells cast with intent of malevolence will cause malevolence to return to the spellcaster threefold. Spells cast with intent of benevolence will cause benevolence to return to the spellcaster threefold.

Spells for Halloween or anytime:


Created by: Sir Summer ShiningStar

 Given to: the Great Puzuzu 

You will need: a handful of candy; a white or orange candle 
 What to do: Light the candle, and put the candies in a pile. Make a triangle with your index fingers and thumbs of both hands, and move them in a deosil (clockwise) direction over the candies while chanting:
“Charmed are these candy treats.
  Good fortune to all I merry meet!”
Then give away the candies to friends and family and three people you don’t know. 


This spell gives a person the mind of a frog.

Point to a particularly dense person and say:

“Higady, pigady, pong! I give you a mind of a frog.”

The dense person’s intelligence should then skyrocket to that of a frog.



Created by: Silver RavenWolf

Objects can be returned to you if they have not been destroyed and they want to come back. Objects carry energy too, even if they don’t “think” in the way we do.

 On a piece of paper, write a description of the object you have lost. Hold the open paper on the palm of your hand. Say the words “Little Bo Peep” three times, then crumple the paper in your hand, as if you’ve just caught a fairy- which you just did! Keep the paper closed in your hand. Search for the object you have lost. Don’t let the fairy out until you find the object.
(And you thought fairy tales were just kiddie stories!)

 Sometimes the energy of the object would be better off somewhere else. If this happens, the object will not return to you. If you can’t find what you lost within a week, be sure to let the fairy go.



  1. acilius

     /  October 30, 2009

    Thanks for the useful info! Next time I ask my class a simple question and no student is willing to answer, I’ll point at them and say “Higady Pigady Pong! I give you the mind of a frog!” They may still not answer, but at least they’ll try to catch flies.

  2. cymast

     /  October 30, 2009

    That would be HILARIOUS.

  3. acilius

     /  October 30, 2009

    And very useful, on some days. The building’s main heating duct runs through the room where I usually teach. So it’s always very hot in there, but since the windows in our classrooms don’t have screens, if we open the window bugs fly in. A bunch of human-sized frogs would come in VERY handy.

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