Scorpio New Moon Ritual: Bury the Past

Author: simone  //  Category: Scorpio New Moon, Wealth Gua

The Oct. 30 Scorpio New Moon (10:38 a.m. PDT) is a wonderful time to let go of old problems or attachments, and welcome a rebirth. Scorpio relates to the Wealth Gua of your home – the far left corner from the front door. Make sure you clean, clear and beautify this area prior to the New Moon, then light a purple candle to affirm your new beginning after doing the ritual.

You will need: A shovel or spade and a place to dig. An item that symbolizes what you’re releasing, a piece of paper on which you have written your intentions, and matches or a lighter. Do this ritual at night, either in your backyard or a public place like a park – as long as you’re discreet!

Scorpio demands a sacrifice before bestowing its blessings. Therefore, at this New Moon you will be letting go of something or someone to which you are attached—or even addicted. This could be a lover who isn’t good for you, a food or drink you can’t live without, or an old attitude about money that’s standing in the way of your wealth.

Decide what you are ready to sacrifice, and imagine how you’ll feel once you’re free of it. When you’re clear, write down what you are releasing, and what blessings you’d like to trade for your freedom (Scorpio loves to barter). Find an item that represents what you are releasing (such as a bag of potato chips, or a picture of your former flame). Dig a hole and sit next to it, with your item and paper in hand. Call on Pluto, the ruler of Scorpio, to aid your quest. Tell Pluto your sorrows, your difficulties with this attachment or addiction, and how much you need relief. Pour your feelings down the hole. Shedding tears will fertilize the rite.

Now read what’s on your paper, set it on fire and throw it in the hole. Once the paper has burned down, say goodbye to your symbolic item, add it to the grave, then fill in the hole. Give thanks to Mother Earth for composting your offering. And, thank Pluto for giving you the strength to let go of the past and welcome in a fresh start.

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12 Responses to “Scorpio New Moon Ritual: Bury the Past”

  1. Joan Powell Says:

    what a great story. Thanks for sharing! I will be trying to get a soon to be ex-friend out of my life, but don’t have anything of her’s. Can I write her name on a piece of paper?

    Also, can I ask for a business wish also or can you only ask for one thing at a time?

    Thanks, joanie powell

  2. Anndee Kerr Says:

    Thank you

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  4. Christina Says:

    What would be an example of a blessing you would give up to barter with?

  5. shannon Says:

    I’m going to do this even though I’m sick in bed with the worst UTI right now – heading out to my compost pile thanks – who knows maybe it will work!

  6. Sheri Says:

    Thank you!

  7. Merry Who Says:

    Three feet deep??? There will be another new moon by the time I’d be able to finish digging three feet lol. But I’ll go with the rest of it.

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  9. linda c. thomas Says:

    Hi Simone,

    Wish I could join you in San Diego talk tonight but enjoy the link to your site for wealth ritua, and your words of wisdom.

    Cheers to you for showing the masses how to create abundance.


    Linda C.Thomas
    Ashland, OR

  10. linda c. thomas Says:

    Hi Simone,

    Thanks for the link for the wealth ritual. Wish I could join you this evening in San Diego. i appreciate you sharing your wisdom and guidance.


    Linda C. Thomas
    Ashland, OR

  11. Phoenix Says:

    new moon is about new beginnings, full moon is about ‘letting go’

  12. Noelilne Says:

    Hi – I just wanted to clarify – when you say far left corner from the front door, do you mean the far left corner of the room that the front door enters, or the far left corner of the entire house from the front door?

    Many thanks

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