Herbs for Banishing Spells

Herbs for Banishing Spells

By Ghost Writer

Components:

Angelica

Asafetida

Basil

Bay laurel

Citronella

Cloves

Cumin

Devil’s bit

Dragon’s blood

Elder,

Fleabane

Fumitory

Garlic

Heliotrope

Horehound

Juniper

Lovage

Mistletoe

Mullein

Mugwort

Oleander

Yew

Black pepper

Cayenne pepper

For best results, use a combination of the above.

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Carmelite Sisters Water Recipe

Carmelite Sisters Water Recipe

 

Items Needed:

Vodka

Chopped melissa

Chopped angelica root

Cloves

Coriander seeds

Nutmeg

Cinnamon

Lemon

 

Instructions:

Add the following to four ounces of vodka to create the water used by the Carmelite Sisters in 1379:

Three tablespoons of chopped melissa

Three tablespoons of chopped angelica root

One tablespoon of cloves,

One-half teaspoon of coriander seeds,

One whole nutmeg

One stick of cinnamon

Juice from one lemon

Allow the concoction to sit for seven days with the exception of shaking it once per day. Strain before using. Carmelite Sisters water is traditionally used in healing spells.

Listen and Open Up Spell

Listen and Open Up Spell

A Spell to help someone listen and open up to you.

If ever there is a time that you need someone else to hear what you are saying, try this simple spell. Position yourself so that you are sitting lower than the person you wish to speak with. Visualize a wall between the two of you, a wall that is made of collapsible material. Imagine a sharp object, such as a sword, in your hand and something such as a shield in his/her hand. “Put” your sword down and watch the wall crumble away. In you mind, ask the person to set aside their shield as well. Ask the person to speak what is on their mind. Allow them to talk as long as they need to while you only listen. Their defenses will slowly melt and they will become more open to hearing what you have to say.

Identify a Liar Spell

Identify a Liar Spell

By Ghost Writer

Spell to expose a liar.

Components:

Copal

 

Instructions:

Traditionally, copal has been used to cause dishonest people to slip the truth. If you feel that someone is lying to you, or to prevent dishonesty, burn copal and allow it to fill a room completely. Invite the person you suspect into the room. If they lie, they will expose themselves through what they say or by some obvious visual clue.

Charms Against Rivals

Charms Against Rivals

By Migene Gonzales-Wippler

An Indian incantation used by a woman against a rival.

There are a very large number of these spells. They follow, in general, the established pattern of identifying the invocant with some supernatural power. After reciting the statement that he (or she) is thus super-endowed with magickal force, the spirit is called upon to exercise its good offices in favour of the operator. Some charms involved the digging up of a plant with suitable incantations. This spell is used by a woman against a rival, to ensure that she does not get married.

This woman’s power, her good fortune, her advantages, have all come to me. She no longer has them. She will, like the mountains, sit in her parents’ house (she will not be married).

O Yana, great King, this woman will be there for thee, and for none other. She will have to remain in the household of her mother, her father or her brother!

She will keep the house for none other than thee, King Yana; to thee I have presented her! She will remain with her family until she has no hair left!

O woman, thy fortune is covered, concealed by me, as within a deep box. This is done in the name of Asita and Kasyapa and of Gaya. It shall remain hidden!

Breaking A Curse

Breaking A Curse

 

Components:

Square of black cloth

Tablespoon of Curry

Tablespoon of Dill

Tablespoon of Vervain

Tablespoon of Powdered Ginger

Consecrated Black Candle

Paper

Black Ink

Black string, knotted nine times

Instructions:

On the first night of the waxing moon, gather the following ingredients:

A square of black cloth a little larger than your hand

1 tablespoon of curry

1 tablespoon of dill

1 tablespoon of vervain

1 tablespoon powdered ginger

1 consecrated black candle

Paper and black ink pen

1 black string, knotted nine times

On paper, write the full name and birthdate (if known) of the person who has cursed you. Place the paper in the center of the bag. One at a time, add the herbs, covering the slip of paper. Next, take the lit candle and drip 5 – 10 drops of wax over the paper and herbs.

Visualize the person who has cursed you and say their name aloud three times while tying the bag shut with the knotted string. The final step is to bury the bag someplace on the property of the person who cursed you. The bag must remain there undisturbed until the next Waxing Moon. At that time, dig up the bag and burn the contents. This will weaken that person’s power (usually until the night of the Full Moon) and the curse.

Banishing A Love Rival

Banishing A Love Rival

By Edain McCoy

 

Components:

Raw Meat

Something Broken

Angelica

Garlic Clove

Leek

Cheesecloth

Black thread

Dragon’s Blood Ink

Lime Juice

 

Instructions:

This spell from New Orleans encourages a love rival to turn his or her attention elsewhere and is best done on Friday or Saturday night during a Waning or New Moon. Beginning after Sundown, gather some raw meat a little past its prime, something “broken,” some angelica, a garlic clove and a leek. Tie these items together in a cheesecloth bound by black thread. On the outside paint the letter “X” three times in dragon’s blood ink. Douse the entire charm know as a gris-gris in New Orleans in lime juice. Before dawn, take the charm to your rival’s home and toss it onto the lawn saying:

“By this spell, you must find a love that steals your heart and mind. Turn your heart from my love, and  make a new start.”

The Witches Spell for December 23rd: Spell For A Job Promotion

Spell For A Job Promotion

Items needed:

Red or Gold Candle

Instructions:

Use a red or gold candle and do this spell on a Sunday. Repeat these words aloud eight times while the candle continues to burn:

“Like a giant balloon,
To the heavens I soar.
Climbing three steps at a time,
I now make the touchdown score
To claim the job that is mine.
That is waiting for me
What others envy, I now
“See”
 

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