When Is Halloween?

Two spiritually insightful and rewarding moon rituals for Halloween /
Beltaine/Samhain. Encourage the witch or wizard inside of you.


When is Halloween? Halloween is always celebrated on the 31st of October. Australians have had a long history in celebrating Halloween it is now becoming more popular than ever.

Halloween Ritual for prosperity

With Halloween around the corner and the Beltane celebrations – southern hemisphere, Samhain fire festival  – northern hemisphere, The October month packs some powerful psychic energy as the veil between the world’s lifts. The animal spirit bat resides over the month of October and Halloween.

The October month ritual focuses on manifestation, with a Halloween Ritual for prosperity. Prepare early in October with a conjuring time of 3 to 4 days before the completion of Halloween night on the 31st. Fill a cookie jar full of your favourite biscuits or candy, place a gold coin on the top of the candy pile and close the lid.

Clasp the jar with both hands saying out loud what you’re wanting to happen in the near future. Be careful not to disturb the coin too much, place the jar somewhere accessible so you don’t have to move it, to eat it or give the contents away to others this Halloween.

As you take pieces of candy the gold coin will eventually fall to the bottom of the jar, when it does imagine your manifestation again and put real power behind it by believing and visualizing it has happened already. Remember the sound the coin makes when it hits the bottom of the jar, this sound is the trigger, activating the wish. Play the sound back in your inner ears and remember your wishes.

The day after Halloween or when the jar is empty and not before bury the gold coin in the entrance of your property, about 30 cm deep, along with a handful of rice and a few flowers from your garden. This ritual grounds your manifestations and embeds them in the land for further thought to take place, conjuring stronger magic to set your manifestation in stone. © by psychic medium Ian Scott