Days of the Week Correspondence

Tables of Magical Correspondence - Days of the Week.

    Copyright © 2006 Stephen Skinner

Each of the days of the week corresponds to the energies of one of the classical planets and carries a magical energy all its own. Pagans, witches and magicians may choose to time their worship or spellcasting activities based on the energies of the various days of the week.

DAYPLANETCOLORSDIETIESINTENT
Mon.MoonSilver, white, blueDiana, Artemis, Selene, Thoth, Lunawomen's mysteries, illusion, glamour, sleep, peace, beauty, prophesy, dreams, emotions, travel, fertility, insight, wisdom
TueMarsRed, black, orangeMars, Ares, Tiwazcourage, victory, success, strength, conviction, rebellion, defense, wards, protection
WedMercuryPurple, orangeMercury, Hermes, Wodencommunication, the arts, transportation, change, luck, gambling, fortune, chance, creativity
ThurJupiterBlue, purple, greenThor, Jupiter Junoabundance, protection, prosperity, strength, wealth, healing
FriVenusPink, aquaVenus, Aphrodite, Freyalove, birth, fertility, romance, gentleness, pregnancy, friendship, passion
SatSaturnBlack, purpleSaturn, Hecatebanishing, protection, wisdom, spirituality, cleansing
SunSunGold, yellowBrigid, Helios, Apollosuccess, promotion, fame, wealth, prosperity

Each of the days of the week corresponds to the energies of one of the classical planets and carries a magical energy all its own. Pagans, witches and magicians may choose to time their worship or spellcasting activities based on the energies of the various days of the week.

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