This is a list of amulets/talismans that you can wear or carry with you.
Acorn: An acorn anointed with musk oil and carried in your purse, pocket, or charm bag will help to attract the opposite sex to you. To increase you income, anoint an acorn with three drops of pine oil when the Moon is waxing, and then bury it in your yard as close as possible to the front door of your house. For Witches and Pagans who follow a Druidic or Celtic tradition, three acorns placed on a Yule Sabbat altar will help increase magickal or divinatory powers and also bring peace and protection to a druid circle. At one time acorns were commonly used by practitioners of the occult arts as an amulet to gain immortality.
Adam and Eve Root: Carry a musk or rose oil anointed Adam and Eve root in your pocket, purse, or charm bag as an amulet to attract the opposite sex or to make any form of love magick more potent.
Agate: Agate is a semiprecious crystalline gemstone that attracts good luck, aids meditations, and protects against accidental falls and all kinds of danger. It is the symbol of health and long life, and a powerful good luck charm for all persons born in the month of June. Witches have long used this gemstone in rituals to invoke the powers of the Goddess and the Horned God. According to medieval belief, an agate amulet can reduce fever, relieve thirst (when placed in the mouth), and protect against the bites of scorpions and serpents. To purify the blood, according to Arabian legend wear an agate amulet in the shape of an arrow.
Aladdin's Lamp: Wear a gold charm in the shape of an Aladdin's lamp in order to bring you good luck and happiness in all that you do. Rub the lamp amulet to make wishes and dreams come true.
Alligator Teeth: To protect yourself against all forms of sorcery, wear a necklace made of alligator teeth around your neck. In various folklore, alligator teeth are also believed to possess the power to heal the body and to counteract poison.
Amber: Amber is a good luck gemstone that strengthens the aura, and harmonizes and balances the yin/yang energies. It attracts compassion and can be worn as amuletic jewelry to protect against evil influences and accidental injuries. Back in the Middle Ages, amber necklaces were hung around the necks of small children as amulets to cure or ward off croup. Amber is sacred to the goddess Freya.
Amethyst: Amethyst is a gemstone of power, peace, protection and spirituality. It helps balance the aura, controls evil thoughts, eases tension, sharpens the intellect, and brings contentment and sincerity into the lives of those who use it. At one time, its main attribute was to prevent intoxication. Amethyst is an amulet of exceptional good luck for all persons born in the month of February of under the astrological sign of Pisces. When held in the hand or placed over the Third Eye chakra, it aids spiritual and psychic development, and can be used as a powerful meditation stone. To guard against negativity, wear an amethyst pendant set in silver on a silver chain. An amethyst ring worn on the third finger of the left hand aids hunters and offers sailors and soldiers protection against harm. When engraved with a Cupid, an amethyst ring attracts true love to the wearer.
Ankh: The ankh (also know as the cux ansata) is an ancient Egyptian symbol resembling a cross with a loop at the top. It symbolizes the power of life and cosmic knowledge, and is the oldest and most popular amulet/religious symbol used by the Egyptians. When worn or carried, the ankh brings good health, promotes fertility and strengthens the psychic powers.
Aquamarine: Aquamarine, a bluish green variety of beryl, symbolizes hope and good health, and is a lucky gemstone for all persons born in the months of March and October. An aquamarine amulet enhances meditation and spiritual awareness. It also offers protection for sailors and other travelers of the sea. To attract love, wear amuletic earrings make of aquamarine.
Armadillo: To protect yourself against sorcery, negativity, and all dark forces of evil, wear or carry in your pocket an amulet in the shape of an armadillo. Bury an armadillo skull in your yard or place one over your front door to keep ghosts and demonic entities from entering your home.
Arrow: For protection from illness and to guard against the evil eye, wear an arrow shaped pendant on a silver chain around your neck. It is interesting to note that in ancient times it was widely believed that sleeping on arrows extracted from a human body worked as a powerful love charm.
Arrowhead: Carry an arrowhead for protection against enemies, bad luck, hexes, jealousy, evil spirits, and all negative forces. Place an arrowhead over your front door (or under the mat) to prevent burglars from breaking into your home, and keep one in your car to help guard against accidents and theft.
Bat Amulet: An amulet shaped like a bat protects the wearer against hexes, enemies, and all forms of black magick when worn for one month and then thrown into a deep body of water, such as a lake or an ocean. In the state of Mississippi, it was believed that a bat's heart could bring good luck to riverboat gamblers. A bat, imaged on heliotrope or bloodstone, gives that wearer the power to control demons. In Iran, it was believed that wearing a bat's eye as an amulet could cure insomnia; while Bohemia, the same charm was used by practitioners of magick to gain the power of invisibility. In Macedonia, where a bat is considered to be the luckiest of all living creatures, a bat's bone is considered to be the luckiest of living creatures, a bat's bone is often carried as an amulet to attract good luck.
Bear Amulet: Wearing a bear claw amulet will help a woman during childbirth and increase physical strength. An amulet in the image of a bear can also be used in Neo Pagan rituals to help invoke the powers of the lunar goddess Diana.
Beryl: Known as both the "Mystic Stone" and the "Seers Stone", yellow or golden beryl increases psychic abilities when placed over the third Eye chakra or when held in the left hand during meditative rituals. When worn as amuletic jewelry, beryl is said to banish fear, strengthen the intellect, protect against enemies, promote the love of married couples, and attract the affections of the opposite sex. Once used to make crystal balls, beryl has long been used by seers as a scrying stone and as a dowsing stone to help locate lost or hidden things. To promote friendship or to reconcile enemies, engrave the image of a frog on a piece of beryl and carry it near your heart or wear it on a gold necklace. A beryl engraved with the image of the sea god Poseidon works as a powerful amulet of protection for sailors and fishermen.
Bloodstone: Bloodstone is a mystical gemstone possessing numerous magickal properties. Wear or carry a bloodstone amulet to stimulate prophetic powers, avert lightning, conjure storms or earthquakes, or to preserve good health. This stone is also credited with having the divine power to cure inflammatory illness, heal tumors, and stop hemorrhages. Bloodstone is an especially powerful good luck amulet for all persons born the month of March.
Buddha Amulet: Wear a golden Buddha charm on a necklace or bracelet, or carry a small jade Buddha as an amulet to bring good luck and wealth into your life.
Bull Amulet: To increase fertility in women and virility in men, wear a bull shaped amulet, or place one under the bed before making love. When worn as jewelry, the symbol of the bull protects the wearer against all maledictions, procures the favor of magistrates, and brings extra special good luck to persons born under the astrological sign of Taurus.
Buzzard Feathers: To cure of prevent rheumatism, according to folklore. Wear a feather from a buzzard behind one of your ears. A charm bag filled with buzzard feathers is believed by some to alleviated teething pain when tied around the neck of a child. Buzzard feathers have also been used in Native American exorcisms to drive away evil spirits, and in certain Hoodoo spells to cause an enemy to be driven insane.
Carbuncle: Wear or carry a carbuncle as an amuletic gemstone to increase wealth and power, to stimulate the heart, or to ward off nightmares, melancholia, and evil or negative thoughts. The carbuncle was used in ancient Greece to protect young children against accidental drowning. In both India and Arabia, it was employed as a protective amulet by soldiers. In the Christian tradition, the carbuncle represents the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.
Cat Amulet: The cat is a beautiful and mysterious creature, the traditional familiar of Witches, and an animal deified by the ancient Egyptians. The cat and its symbol are sacred to many Pagan goddesses, including Freya (the Norse goddess of marriage, fruitfulness and fertility) and Bast (the Egyptian cat goddess). Fold legend and superstition claim that all cats have nine lives, and that is unlucky for a black cat to cross your path. (However, it is also said that owning a black cat will bring peace and good luck to the home.) Farmers in the Transylvania region of central Romania use cats as living fertility charms; while in Haiti and Africa, practitioners of the Voodoo religions use the various parts of a dead cat as powerful charms of magick. According to one book of HooDoo magick to promote fertility in women, wear nine cat's claws on a necklace or carry them inside a charm bag. A cat shaped jade amulet is believed to help ease the pains of childbirth when placed over a woman's navel during delivery. Wear any type of cat shaped jewelry as an amulet to stimulate or increase telepathic powers, improve night vision, protect against evil entities, or make secret wishes come true. Cat shaped amulets can also be worn or carried to attract good luck, and are especially favorable for all persons born under the astrological signs of Capricorn and Pisces.
Cat's Eye: To ward off the power of the evil eye, wear or carry a cat's eye gemstone. According to folklore and medieval legend, the cat's eye possesses the supernatural power to make its wearer invisible, to ward off all forms of sorcery, protect against financial ruin, and cure all eye ailments, chronic diseases, asthma, and croup.
Caul: The caul (a membrane that sometimes clings to the head and face of a newborn baby) has been considered a good luck omen since ancient times. It is used as a natural amulet to protect sailors and sea travelers against shipwrecks and drowning and to guard against demons, black magick, and psychic attack. According to folklore, a caul can give its possessor the power to see and communicate with the spirits of the dead in days of old, it was not an uncommon custom for cauls to be brought and sold (usually at expensive prices).
Chalcedony: Wear or carry a blue chalcedony gemstone as an amulet to secure public favor, chase away the blues, protect against evil entities and dangers at sea, and attract good luck. To increase the supply of breast milk, nursing mothers should wear white chalcedony on a golden necklace, according to an old Italian custom. Chalcedony is sacred to the goddess Diana and should be worn or kept on the altar when performing any rituals in her honor.
Coral: Wear or carry a piece of pure red coral as a natural amulet to protect against demonic forces, all forms of black magick, and the destructive power of the evil eye. Hang a piece of coral (any color) in your home or office to keep away evil spirits and negative influences; on your bedpost to prevent unpleasant dreams, nights sweats, and visitations by succubi or incubi; in your car to guard against accidents and thieves; on fruit trees to ensure fruitfulness. To attract a new lover into your life, wear or carry a piece of pink coral as a love amulet.
Crab Amulet: An amulet in the shape of or bearing the image of a crab brings good luck to persons born under the astrological sign of Cancer. To increase fertility or to attract love into your life, carry or wear a pair of crab claws on a necklace.
Crescent Moon: The crescent moon is a sacred symbol of the Goddess, and also a symbol of magick, fertility, and the secret powers of Nature. Wear a piece of pink quartz shaped like a crescent moon as a love charm to attract a lover or soul mate, or as a woman's amulet to promote fertility. Moon shaped amulets are said to be extremely lucky for a persons born under the Moon ruled astrological sign of Cancer.
Cross: The cross is one of the oldest of mystical symbols, and in the Encyclopedia Heraldica, there are over 385 different varieties listed. In Christianity, the cross is an important symbol of Jesus Christ's death and resurrection. However, the symbol of the cross is actually not of Christian origin, as many believe. It was widely used by Pagan cultures in pre Christian times as both a religious symbol and magickal tool and did not become a symbol of Christian tradition until about the fifth Century. When worn as an amulet, the cross protects the wearer from the dark forces of evil, jinx, and bad luck. Crosses are used in many Voodoo rituals and Hoodoo spells, and they are often worn as protective amulets by spiritual healers and card readers to dispel against negative influences. For best results, a cross should be made out of gold and anointed once a day with either myrrh oil or holy water.
Crown Ring: Wear a ring shaped like a crown to being success at work, and to attract good luck when engaging in any form or gambling. A crown ring can also be worn as a powerful love drawing amulet.
Deer Amulet: To increase fertility, place the horns of a deer under your bed or hang them on a wall in your bedroom and rub them for a few minutes before making love with your partner.
Diamond: The diamond is a highly valued gemstone that symbolizes peace, fidelity, innocence, and serenity. It is a powerful good luck charm for all persons born under the astrological sign of Aries. When worn as amuletic jewelry, it prevents nightmares, protects sleeping women from incubi, balances both positive and negative energies, and brings confidence, divine wisdom, and consciousness. In the Middle Ages, Diamonds were used as amulets against poison, plague, pestilence, and sorcery. To ward off enemies, madness, and all wild and venomous beasts, according to medieval legend, hold a diamond in your left hand as you recite the lord's prayer.
Dog Amulet: To keep all malicious or evil persons and spirits from gaining entrance to your home, bury five dog shaped amulets on each side of your house.
Dolphin Amulet: For protection against accidents when traveling by ship, wear or carry an amulet shaped like or bearing the image of a dolphin.
Donkey Amulet: Carry or wear a donkey shaped amulet when you are in need of extra special good luck. The figure of a donkey, when engraved on a chrysolite and worn around the neck on a gold chain, will increase the wearer's psychic powers of prediction.
Dove Amulet: To bring peace into your home or workplace, wear a dove shaped amulet on a chain around your neck. The symbol of the turtle dove protects the wearer against death, fire, and lightning. The dove is a bird sacred to Ishtar, Aphrodite, and other goddesses of love and fertility.
Dragon: The mystical dragon is an ancient Chinese symbol of the male element known as yang. Wear any dragon shaped jewelry as an amulet for love and happiness, or to promote fertility. Keep a small jade dragon in your home to dispel all negative vibrations and bad luck. The figure of a dragon, engraved on a ruby, will attract good health to its possessor, according to ancient belief.
Eagle Amulet: The eagle symbolizes swiftness and is a sacred bird of the Greek god Zeus. An eagle feather or an amulet in the shape of an eagle is said to protect people and structures against lightning.
Egyptian Amulets: Wear or carry a King Tut amulet to attract money; a nefertiti amulet to inspire love or to keep a lover faithful; and a mummy shaped amulet ward off all negative forces, bad spirits, and evil influences. To bring prosperity in business, wear or carry a gold feather amulet (an ancient Egyptian symbol of wealth). For protection against evil, wear and Egyptian cartouche pendant. The gods and goddesses of the Egyptian pantheon are also powerful magickal symbols and they are quite popular among many modern Witches.Jewelry amulets in their divine images can be easily obtained at most occult shops, mail order Witchcraft supply catalogues, psychic fairs, and gift shops that specialize in New Age jewelry. The following list contains most of the popular Egyptian deity amulets, along with their usage: Wear or carry an Isis amulet to increase fertility ad to enhance all forms of enchantment; an Osiris amulet to increase male virility; a Thoth amulet for wisdom and literary inspiration, and as a good luck charm for writers and poets; a Hathor amulet for musical inspiration and to attract love, increase fertility, and protect infants; a Min amulet to increase fertility and also for protection while traveling, a Ra amulet for good luck and wealth; a Ptah amulet for stability and as a good luck charm for architects, sculptors, and craftsmen; and a Mut amulet to increase fertility. A Bast amulet ensures good health and increases sexual passion. It can also be attached to the collar of your cat familiar to keep him or her safe from all dangers. Put an Anubis amulet on the collar of your dog familiar to help guard him or her against all negative forces.
Elk Tooth Amulet: Wear or carry in a pocket or charm bag the tooth of an elk as a powerful amulet to dispel negativity and attract good fortune into your life.
Emerald: The emerald is a symbol of peace, love, and eternal life. When worn or carried as an amulet, it strengthens love, intelligence, eloquence, and popularity; and it was once believed that emerald charms worn by pregnant women could offer them protection against miscarriages. Another ancient belief was that an emerald placed under the tongue could give a mortal man the power to prophesy. Emerald amulets increase psychic sensitivity when held over the third eye chakra; and when worn on a finger as a ring, this gemstone warns the wearer against poisons, strengthens the memory, protects against demonic possession, and ensures success in love. When carried by travelers, and emerald amulet brings good luck and is believed to calm storms at sea.
Evil Eye Counter charms: The evil eye (also known as "fascination," "overlooking" and "jettatura") is the inborn supernatural power to cause bewitchment, harm, misfortune or death to others by an angry or venomous glance of the eye. The evil eye is greatly feared by many people in nearly all regions of the world, and countless magickal spells, charms, talismans, and incantations have been used for protection against it. Among the numerous anit evil eye amulets that exist, the most popular ones are the curved horn mounted in gold and worn on a chain around the neck, and the clenched hand with thumb placed between the index and middle fingers. These two amulets, which are quite popular in Italy as well as in the United States, are phallic in nature and date back to ancient times. The image of the human eye is another well known and effective amulet against the evil eye, and it was very popular among the ancient Egyptians. Both the Star of David symbol and the Hand of Fatima have also been used by many to neutralize or reverse the effects of the evil eye. Other objects used as evil eye counter charms include: Garlic worn around the neck, iron keys placed between the eyes, blue colored beads, gold crosses, crucifixes, porcelain eyes, earrings, nose rings, shamrocks, seashells, fans, whistles, bells, mirrors, brass, coral, fringe, red ribbon, snake symbols, and various animal shaped amulets.
Eye of Horus: Also known as the "Udjat" or " All Seeing Eye" the Eye of Horus is an ancient symbol associated with the occult sciences and used in modern Witchcraft as an amulet for wisdom, prosperity, spiritual protection, good health, the increasing of clairvoyant powers, and protection against thieves and the evil eye. In ancient Egypt, the Eye of Horus was one of the most popular and important magickal symbols and was used as a funerary amulet to guard against evil forces and for rebirth in the underworld.
Fairy Amulet: Wear any type of fairy shaped jewelry as an amulet to increase magickal powers, enhance all enchantments and bewitchments, attract fairy folk, and put your spirit in harmony with Mother Nature.
Fish Amulet: An amulet shaped like a pair of fish and made of gold or mother of pearl will increase fertility and virility, bring prosperity, and offer you protection from people who might hate you or have evil intentions. For persons born under the astrological sign Pisces, the fish is an especially powerful good luck amulet.
Fluorite: Fluorite is a gemstone that increases psychic awareness and cosmic understanding when placed over the third eye chakra during meditative rituals.
Four Leaf Clover: Good fortune will smile on you if you carry a four leaf clover, or if you wear a pin, ring or pendant shaped like one. The four leaf clover is believed to be the most powerful of all natural amulets, and is especially favorable for persons born under the astrological signs of Cancer and Pisces. It was sacred to the Trinty, and was used by the ancient Druids as a charm against evil and to attain clairvoyant powers.
Fox Amulet: Wear or carry an amulet bearing the image of a fox for prosperity or to aid in the development of shape shifting powers.
Frog Amulet: To promote friendship or reconcile enemies, engrave the image of a frog on a piece of beryl and carry it near your heart of wear it as a necklace. A frog amulet is also good for increasing fertility and virility.
Garlic: Garlic is one of the oldest and most famous of natural protection amulets used throughout the world in a variety of ways to keep away vampires, sorcerers, demonic spirits, and all forms of evil. It is also used by many Witches and Shamans as a healing amulet. Garlic is said to be ruled by Mars and under the influence of Aries and Scorpio.
Garnet: Also know as the Passion Stone, the garnet is a balancer of the yin/yang energies. It increases psychic sensitivity and sexual energy. Garnet is an ideal gemstone to use during meditative rituals, and it can be worn as amuletic jewelry to attract sexual love and soul mates. When placed under a pillow or worn while sleeping, it wards off bad dreams and evil spirits of the night, a garnet engraved with the symbol of a lion is a powerful amulet for attracting good health and success. It also protects the wearer from all dangers when traveling. To attract a lover, wear a heart shaped garnet amulet in a red velvet charm bag over your heart.
Goat Amulet: The symbol of the goat increases fertility when worn or carried as an amulet, and is especially favorable as a good luck charm for persons born under the astrological sign of Capricorn. The image of two goats engraved on an onyx is said to give a magician the power to summon and control spirits.
Hand of Glory: In medieval times, a gruesome candleholder made form the mummified hand of a hanged criminal and known as the "hand of glory" was employed as a magickal charm by thieves and sorcerers to achieve invisibility, open locked doors, and paralyze or put victims into a deep trancelike state. According to legend, the only way to protect oneself against the Hand of Glory and to render the charm powerless is to extinguish its candle flame with mild, Today the Hand of Glory is merely a wax candle in the shape of a hand. It is burned for good luck and to ward off all forms of evil, especially the evil eye.
Hedgehog Amulet: In Morocco, it is believed that the destructive power of the evil eye cannot harm a child who wears the jawbone of a hedgehog on a necklace.
Hematite: Hematite was a sacred stone used by the warriors of ancient Rome and Greece as an amulet to protect against wounds, and to increase courage on the battlefield.
Horn: The gold horn is a popular necklace charm worn by Italians as an amulet against the evil eye. When worn by a man, The horn increases sex appeal and promotes male virility. Compare Phallus.
Horseshoe: The horseshoe is a well known good luck symbol in many parts of the world, According to superstition, nail an iron horseshoe over your door with the convex side pointing up for protection against sorcery, bad luck, and the evil eye. For good luck, nail over your door with the convex side pointing down. Wear any type of horseshoe shaped jewelry or carry miniature horseshoe charms in a mojo charm bag to promote fertility and guard against evil, and attract good luck. To ward off bad luck and negativity, wear a ring made of horseshoe nails.
Hyacinth: The hyacinth is a transparent red, brown or orange variety of zircon. Wear a hyacinth gemstone on a necklace or mounted in a ring to ease the pain of childbirth. The amuletic powers of hyacinth can also be used for protection against negative supernatural forcers.
Indian Head Amulet: For protection against all negative influences and evil spirits, wear an Indian head coin on a chain around your neck or carry on in a purse, pocket, or mojo charm bag. The symbol of the Indian head is considered by many to be the most powerful of amulets, and it can be used also as a good luck charm when gambling. To promote peace in the home, wear an amulet with the popular symbol of the Indian Chief, or hang it in your house to exercise control over your family and the things around you.
Iron Protection Amulet: To protect yourself against sorcery and all malevolent supernatural beings, wear an iron bracelet or sleep with a piece of iron under you bed. In Burma, iron pyrites are commonly used as amulets to protect the wearer against crocodile attacks, and in many parts of Europe, they are used to protect against lightning.
Jack Amulet: A "jack" is a powerful amulet used by practitioners of folk magick in the southern regions of the United States. It consists of a piece of red flannel shaped like a human finger and stuffed with coal dust and dirt, and contains a silver dime. After being charged with magickal power by an incantation invoking the presence and help of the old gods, a jack amulet can be worn or carried to prevent a traveler from losing his or her way.
Jacinth: Jacinth aids astral projection and increases psychic powers. It is often worn or carried as an amulet for the attainment of honor, prudence, and wisdom. It is also reputed to protect against poisonings, lightning, injuries and wounds. Wear a jacinth ring to dispel all evil, or place a jacinth amulet over the navel during delivery to help ease the pains of childbirth. In Italy, Jacinth is used as the birthstone for persons born in the month of January.
Jade: Jade is a mystical gemstone sacred to the Chinese goddess of healing mercy. It is the symbol of tranquillity and wisdom. It is said to possess yang and in China, it was believed to impart immortality. When worn as amuletic jewelry, jade prevents nightmares, heals many diseases, and prolongs life, Wear a jade butterfly as an amulet to attract love and good luck. A jade statue placed in the house near a window or in the garden will avert lightning. To ease the pains of childbirth place a small jade figure of Kuan Yin over the navel during delivery.
Jasper: Jasper is an energizing gemstone that strengthens the intellect when worn as an amulet with certain Cabalistic inscriptions. It is sacred to the goddess Isis, and is used by many to counteract the power of the evil eye, ease the pain of childbirth, and protect against wounds and hemorrhages. Green jasper repels ghosts, helps reduce fevers, and wards off bites of serpents. Black Jasper is used by farmers in Italy as an amulet against lightning.
Jet: Jet is a dense velvet black coal that takes a high polish and is used as jewelry. It is often called the "Exorcism Stone" and is ruled by the planet Saturn. Carry an amulet of jet in your pocket, purse, or charm bag to protect yourself against the evil eye and to ward off all demonic forces.
Lamb Amulet: To increase fertility or to fill your home with peace, use an amulet in the shape of a lamb.
Lapis Lazuli: Lapis Lazuli is a powerful love drawing gemstone dedicated to the goddesses Aphrodite, Venus, and Isis. It aids meditation and psychic development when placed over the Third Eye Chakra. It is frequently used by Witches in love spells and as amulets against negative influences and malevolent supernatural forces. Lapis Lazuli is also a powerful good luck charm when worn by persons born under the astrological sign of Capricorn.
Leprechaun Amulet: The leprechaun is the most famous of all magickal creatures in Irish Folklore. Wear any type of Leprechaun shaped jewelry as an amulet for good luck and wealth. The leprechaun amulet for good luck and wealth. The leprechaun amulet is especially lucky for those who are Irish.
Lightning Bolt Pendant: Wear a circular sterling silver pendant with a lightning bolt symbol painted or engraved on it as an amulet to awaken or increase your spell casting powers.
Lightning Protection Amulets: To protect yourself from being struck by lightning according to an old book of Witchcraft and Wizardry, dig up a small black coal from under a mugwort plant at either noon or midnight on the Summer Solstice and carry it with you in a pocket , purse, or charm bag as a powerful protective amulet. A piece of wood splintered from a tree by a both of lightning or cut from a lightning struck tree also works well as a powerful amulet against lightning when carried in your pocket. In some parts of England it was once believed that a sprig of hawthorn cut on Holy Thursday could be used as an amulet to guard a family and their home from being struck by lightning.
Lion Amulet: The lion symbolizes courage, boldness, and nobility. Wearing lion shaped jewelry will help to cure shyness, overcome enemies, protect you against danger while traveling, and strengthen your emotions. Throughout the Middle Ages, Images of lions were carved on special amulets tones or stamped on various metals and used to treat kidney ailments and acute intestinal pains. When engraved on a garnet the symbol of the lion brings good health and success to the wearer; and when imaged on a jasper, it is said to cure fevers and guard against all poisoning. A lion amulet brings exceptional good luck to all persons born under the astrological sign of Leo.
Lodestone: Lodestones are magnetized pieces of magnetite. They have long been used by practitioners of white magick to set up energy fields that block out negative vibrations. In olden times, amulets made from lodestones were worn to guard against snakebites, and it is said that a lodestone placed in the right ear will enable a mortal man or woman to hear the voices of Pagan deities.
Love Amulets: To awaken passion and tenderness in your beloved, wear any of the following: An amuletic necklace of seashells, a consecrated golden key or wedding ring on a chain. a locket containing the image of any pagan love deity, a carved jade butterfly a hold pebble on a string or gold chain, or a copper bracelet. The fruit of the mandrake and all roots, flowers, herbs, and fruits ruled by Venus can be used as love amulets. Carry or wear any of the following gemstone amulets. Carry or wear any of the following gemstone amulets to transmit your love vibrations and attract a soul mate; amethyst, beryl, moonstone, ruby, rutilated quartz, star sapphire, or turquoise. To attract or strengthen love, wear an emerald or a lodestone on a Friday. To reconcile a broken love affair or ensure faithfulness in a relationship, wear a diamond ring as an amulet and anoint it once a day with three drops of rose, patchouli, or lavender oil.
Mandrake Root: The mandrake is a poisonous, narcotic plant associated with medieval Witchcraft and sorcery, and believed to be the most magickal of all plants and herbs. It is potent in all forms of enchantment, and is regarded as a powerful aphrodisiac by the Orientals. Mandrake is ruled by the planet Venus, and its human shaped root is used as an amulet to increase psychic powers, promote female fertility and male virility, reveal treasures, and inspire passion and romance.
Money Drawing Amulets: To attract riches and prosperity, wear or carry a gold cornucopia charm, a garnet stone in the shape of a lion, a jade Buddha, or any type of amuletic jewelry in the shape of a lady bug, a green grasshopper, a spider, or the sun.
Moonstone: To see into the future, according to an ancient grimoire of the magickal arts, place a moonstone amulet in your mouth at night when the moon is full. Wear a ring of moonstone as amuletic jewelry to attract a soul mate, inspire tender passions, or to protect a love. Carry a moonstone in a charm bag to attract good luck or prevent nervousness. The powers of the moonstone are extremely potent when it is worn or carried by persons born under the moon ruled astrological sign of Cancer.
Onyx: An onyx amulet protects its wearer from danger and misfortunes, stimulates the mind, brings courage and strength, increases spiritual wisdom, and dispels negativity. Onyx is ruled by the planet Saturn, and therefore possesses a powerful Capricorn/Aquarius vibration, In India, onyx is used as a charm to counteract the evil eye and also to control amorous desires.
Opal: A powerful amulet for persons born under the astrological sign of Libra, the opal increases clairvoyant powers, balances the psyche, sharpens the memory, attracts good fortune, and gives healing power to the wearer. Opal is ruled by the moon, and is sacred to all lunar deities. Black Opal is considered to be one of the luckiest gemstones in the world for a twelve signs of the zodiac.
Owl Amulet: To increase knowledge, wear an owl shaped pendant made of gold, silver, or copper. The symbol of the owl also brings good luck , especially to all persons born under an Earth sign: Taurus, Virgo, Capricorn.
Peace Amulet: To bring peace within and around you, to end conflicts, or to aid in meditation, wear any type of amuletic jewelry in the shape of a peace sign.
Peacock Amulet: To receive the power of immortality, according to an ancient grimoire of magick, wear an amulet in the shape of a peacock on a gold chain around your neck. A peacock amulet can also be used in Pagan rituals to help invoke the powers of Isis, the ancient Egyptian goddess of fertility. According to old folk superstition, the feathers of the peacock are considered to be extremely unlucky and if worn or brought into the house, will prevent a woman from ever marrying or giving birth to a child. According to the Kama Sutra, a man can make himself irresistible to the opposite sex by covering the bone of a peacock with gold and wearing it tied to his right hand as a love charm.
Pearls: Pearls are sacred to all lunar deities, and are a part of nearly every love charm of the orient. They can be worn in the form of amuletic jewelry or carried in the charm bags as amulets for healing, to protect against fire, and to ward off evil. Pearls are ruled by the Moon, and are said to be powerful lucky charms for all persons born under the astrological sign of Cancer.
Pentagram: This is one of the most powerful and important Pagan Symbols used by Witches and ceremonial magicians alike. The pentagram represents the four mystical and ancient elements of Fire, Water, Air and Earth, surmounted by the Spirit. Wearing any type of jewelry in the shape of, or bearing the symbol of , the pentagram will help open your mind to the mysteries of magick, increase psychic awareness, protect against evil spirits and all negative forces, and strengthen your spell casting powers.
Pent alpha Amulet: Wear a silver ring engraved with a pent alpha to help awaken or strengthen your divinatory powers or to aid in the conjuration of beneficent spirits.
Phallus: Wear any type of phallus shaped amulet on a necklace, or carry one in a charm bag to increase male virility and sexual magnetism. Phallus amulets were commonly used in ancient times by various cultures to avert the evil eye.
Pheasant Amulet: Wear or carry a pheasant shaped amulet for safety and protection when traveling by airplane.
Playing Cards Amulet: Wear a gold charm in the image of playing cards on a chain around your neck as an amulet to bring success and to attract riches when gambling or playing cards.
Pyramid Amulet: Wear a pyramid amulet to improve work habits, increase or re energize your psychic powers, or to attract good luck into your life, Crystals shaped like pyramids possess the power to balance emotional qualities and are said to being wisdom. When placed under a bed, they protect the sleeper from all forms of psychic attack, unpleasant dreams, succubi, incubi, and other evil spirits of the night. The power of the pyramid is also believed by many to enhance meditations and past life regressions, speed the healing of wounds and burns, cure headaches and insomnia, break unhealthy addictions, and even revive ailing houseplants.
Quartz Crystals: Also known as "Rain Stones" quartz crystals are commonly used in the rainmaking ceremonies of many aboriginal tribes in Australia. Quartz crystals are used as divining stones by the Cherokee Indians; and in certain parts of Europe and the Middle East, they are used as amulets to increase breast milk in nursing mothers, and to cure sterility.
Rabbit's Foot: The rabbit's foot is perhaps the most popular amulets used in modern times. It is usually carried on a key chain or worn on a necklace to ward off accidents and evil, and to increase good luck, happiness, and fertility.
Ram Amulet: An Amulet in the shape of a ram will increase fertility in women. It also brings exceptional good luck to persons born under the astrological sign of Aries.
Ruby: As a powerful amulet, the ruby works best for those born under the astrological sign of Leo. It brings peace of mind, stimulates sexuality, removes all evil and impure thought, protects against tempests, banishes sorrow, and prevents nightmares. A heart shaped ruby amulet attracts love when worn over the heart or carried in a red velvet charm bag filled with seashells and Venus ruled herbs.
Saint Christopher Medallion: This is a powerful amulet of protection. Wear it on a necklace or carry it in a purple flannel charm bag for protection against accidents and misfortune while traveling.
Sapphire: Sapphire is a gemstone with many supernatural powers, and it is the symbol of harmony and peace. When worn as an amulet, the sapphire brings happiness and contentment. And protects the wearer against misfortune, fraud, the wrath of enemies, violence, the evil eye, sorcery, psychic attack, and accidental death. Place a sapphire over your third chakra to stimulate psychic energies or to see into the future. The sapphire brings exceptional good luck to persons born under the astrological sign of Taurus and all who are born in the month of April.
Sardonyx: When worn or carried as an amulet, the Sardonyx stone prevents miscarriages and guards against sorcery. To all persons born under the astrological sign of Leo, it brings love, happiness, good luck, and prosperity.
Scarab Beetle Amulet: One of the most Famous of all Egyptian amulets, the sacred scarab is an emblem of the Great Creator of the Universe. It is a symbol of perpetual renewal of life, and is sacred to the god Khepera. Wear scarab beetle jewelry for good luck and protection against all evil forces.
Scorpion Amulet: If you were born under the astrological sign of Scorpio, carry or wear a scorpion shaped amulet to attract good luck, repel all evil and negative forces, and guard against enemies.
Seal of Solomon: Also known as the "Star of David" the seal of Solomon dates back to the Bronze Age and is a powerful symbol with many mystical and magickal qualities. Before becoming the most prominent symbol of Judaism, the six pointed star was used by alchemists and ceremonial magicians in the preparation of amulets. It was also a part of early Celtic magick and was employed by Druid priests as a magick seal against evil ghosts of the night. As an amulet, the Seal of Solomon is believed to offer protection against both enemies and the evil eye, control spirits, and bring good luck in all aspects of life. In parts of West Africa, The Seal of Solomon is the symbol of ardent love.
Shark Amulet: The shark symbolizes great strength and an amulet bearing its image is believed to exert powerful control over any person who comes within its magickal aura. In Hawaii and other parts of the world it is believed by some that wearing shark's teeth on a necklace will bring good fortune, keep away evil spirits, and protect surfers against accidents and shark attacks.
Skeleton Key Amulet: Wear an old skeleton key on a chain around your neck as an amulet to open the doors of opportunity and success, guard against the evil eye, and repel sorcery and all evil spirits.
Skull Amulet and Spell: To help break the chains of any addiction, wear a gold skull shaped charm on a necklace as a magickal amulet. Rub the skull three times a day while focusing your eyes upon it and thinking about the misery that your addiction brings. After three months, remove the skull from the chain and throw the amulet into a moving body of water.
Skull and Crossbones: A symbol of death once used by pirates and more recently as a warning label on poisons, the skull and crossbones can be used as a powerful amulet to protect the wearer against Voodoo and Hoodoo and Santeria black magick. It possesses the power to reverse any hex and return the evil to the person who cast it upon you. This symbol is also popular among gamblers, as it is believed to keep their good luck from turning bad.
Snake Amulet: Wear a rattlesnakes' rattle on a necklace as a powerful amulet to increase wisdom and sexual powers. In ancient Egypt, red stones carved into the shape of a serpents' head were believed to possess the supernatural power to prevent venomous snakes from biting. Snake symbols were commonly used on ancient Gypsy charms to protect the wearer from the powers of the dreaded evil eye.
Staurolite: Cross shaped staurolite crystals can be worn or carried as amulets to protect against all forms of evil magick and to attract good luck. Fill a green velvet charm bag with staurolite and white rowan tree blossoms and wear it on a string around your neck to attract benevolent fairy folk.
Sun Symbol: Carry a gold charm shaped like the sun in a gold or yellow colored velvet charm bag if you wish to acquire wealth, good health, success and or fame. This is also an effective amulet to use if you feel that others have been causing you trouble. The symbol of the Sun is sacred to all solar deities, and is especially powerful for all persons born under the astrological sign Leo.
Swallow Amulet: To attract good luck into your life, wear a swallow shaped amulet made of sterling silver. To keep your home safe from evil sorcery, ghosts, fire and lightning, attach a purple charm bag filled with swallow feathers to your chimney or roof.
Thunderbird Symbol: Used by Native Americans of the Northwest United States as a weather working symbol to attract rain, thunder, and lightning, the thunderbird is a powerful protection amulet and is reputed to bring good luck to gamblers.
Tiger Amulet: According to ancient Chinese folklore, to attain physical strength, immortality, or the ability to master the supernatural art of shape shifting, wear a consecrated silver or jade amulet bearing the image of a tiger.
Tiki: Use a tiki amulet to restore or preserve male sexual potency. The tiki is of Polynesian origin and represents the first man on Earth created from red clay by the god Tane. The tiki should be carved from nephrite or whalebone and worn on a chain around the neck.
Topaz: Topaz is an energizing gemstone that stimulates the intellect, increases courage, and dispels negativity. Wear any type of topaz jewelry as an amulet to protect against injury or attack. A topaz bracelet worn on the left wrist will keep away evil spirits and all forms of enchantment. Topaz is said to bring happiness. Longevity, beauty, intelligence, and good luck when worn by persons born in November.
Tourmaline: Tourmaline is a gemstone that symbolizes vitality. Carry one in a mojo bag as an amulet to protect against illness, or wear a tourmaline to deflect negativity, dispels fears and balances the aura. It connects the physical with the spiritual, and reduces anger, jealousy, and feelings of insecurity. Green tourmaline, also known as "verdelite", possesses the power to attract money and success. Pink tourmaline, also known as "rubellite" calms, reduces ear, protects the aura against negativity and induces peaceful sleep. Water melon tourmaline heals the emotions, balances sexual energies, and stabilizes the yin/yang polarities. yellow troumaline stimulates the brain, strengthens the psychic powers, and increases both wisdom and understanding.
Tulip Bulb Amulet: Carry a tulip bulb as a natural amulet to bring love into your life. Wear a tulip bulb on a string around your neck or sleep with one under your pillow at night to attract a new lover, increase sex appeal, or induce romantic dreams. Wear or carry an amulet shaped like a tulip to promote fertility in females and virility in males.
Turquoise: Turquoise is a mystical gemstone sacred to the Native Americans of the Southwest United States. In the orient, it is used as a protective charm for horses and their riders. In Mexico, it is a popular amulet for attracting good luck. To protect against evil influences, carry a piece of turquoise in a blue charm bag on Wednesday. A carved piece of turquoise brings good fortune into a house and is said to possess the power to hypnotize wild animals. Turquoise is often worn as an evil eye countercharge, carried or worn as an amulet to protect against venomous bites, poison, blindness assassinations, and accidental deaths. Turquoise absorbs negative feelings and possesses a strong healing vibration.
Turtle Amulet: For spiritual protection, compassion stimulation of creativity, and strengthening of divinatory powers, wear gold turtle shaped charm on a chain around your neck as an amulet or carry one in a white mojo charm bag. To promote female fertility, keep a tortoise shell under your bed and rub a bit of mugwort tea or musk oil on the outside of it just before engaging in lovemaking.
Unicorn Amulet: The unicorn is an ancient symbol of chastity and protection and its fabled horn was said to be used in medieval times as an amulet to detect poisons in the food or drinks of kings, queens, pontiffs, and popes. To promote fertility or increase sexual magnetism, wear any type of amuletic jewelry shaped like a unicorn. The symbol of this magnificent mystical creature also pierces the plans of enemies and keep the wearer safe from all evil forces.
Venus Pentacle: Wear a consecrated Venus Pentacle on a silver chain or a braided necklace or green and red threads as a magickal amulet to bring passion and romance into your life, The Venus Pentacle also works well for those who desire a loving marriage mate.
Wishbone: Wear gold wishbone shaped jewelry as an amulet to attract good luck and to make wishes and dreams come true. To bring a new lover into your life, nail a wishbone over the front door of your home on New Year's Day, and thrice say: "Lover, come hither!"
Wizard Amulet: Wear any type of wizard shaped jewelry as an amulet for wisdom, strength and good luck, to help develop divinatory abilities, and to increase both magickal and psychic powers.
Zodiac Good Luck Gemstones: Each astrological sign of the zodiac rules one of more gemstone, known as a "birth- charm" these gemstones are used in mojo charm bags or worn as amuletic jewelry to attract good luck and to protect against evil, misfortune, and illness; however, it is considered unlucky to wear a birth charm belonging to an astrological sign other than your own. The twelve signs of the zodiac and their corresponding good luck gemstones are as follows: Aries: Coral and diamond: Taurus: Carnelian and emerald; Gemini: Agate and alexandrite; Caner: Moonstone, pearl, and all white colored gemstones; Leo : amber, ruby and all yellow or golden colored gemstones; Virgo: Sapphire and sardonyx; Libra: Opal and tourmaline: Scorpio; topaz; Sagittarius: Turquoise and zircon; Capricorn: Garnet, lapis lazuli, and all black gemstones; Aquarius; amethyst and jacinth; Pisces: Aquamarine and bloodstone.
Information from "The Wicca Spellbook" by Gerina Dunwich.