A Waxing Moon ( the time from the new moon through the first Quarter to the full moon) is the proper time to preform positive magick and spells that increase love, desires, good luck and wealth.
The "veil between the worlds" is believed to be at its most thin at midnight. Traditionally, when the witching hour takes place on a night of the waxing moon, this is the correct time for casting spells, the brewing of potions, and the workings of charms to increase wealth, strengthen the body, attract good luck, inspire love and lust and tune into your witchy abilities.
New Moon workings can be done from the day of the new moon to three-and-a-half days after.
1. First, purify your environment of the negativity that has been ruining all your chances, and is responsible for the abnormal amount of bad luck you've been having. Try to feel the joy and relief getting rid of no longer fits in your life, and then think about all the things that would bring you contentment.
2. Next, you should be wary of obstacles, and how to avoid the traps that are placed on your path to prevent you from accessing your fair share of happiness. According to your situation imagine yourself finding what you seek, or seeing your situation drastically improve. Feel the happiness it brings you, and know that the skies over your future are clear.
3. Finally, take advantage of the Lucky opportunities that will arise for you, and result in the beneficial changes you’re hoping for. Visualize yourself surrounded by the things that give you pleasure.
Let your life be transformed, and you can experience all the happiness you deserve.
Great Hecate Queen of the Underworld - Greek Moon Goddess, Neo-Pagan goddess of fertility and moon magick, Queen of the Underworld, and protectiveness of all Witches. She is also known as both the "Goddess of Darkness and Death" and the Queen of Ghosts and Croosroads," and is identified with the luner-goddess Diana and Greek goddess Persephone. Her sacred candle colors are black and brown.
In the pyramid texts of Unas, his role was already very clear - he was associated with the Eye of Horus and he was already thought to be the guide of the dead in the afterlife, showing them the way to Osiris. In the text, it was written that "Unas standeth with the Spirits, get thee onwards, Anubis, into Amenti, onwards, onwards to Osiris."