CURSED OR BLESSED
Piece of burlap
piece of wool
piece of silk
Some polished stones (polished) from a river or stream
A live leaf
A bowl of fruit and/or bread
A dead branch
Lay the silk, wool and burlap at the foot of your bed in that order. About 5 feet from the foot of your bed, toward the left, lay the branch. About 5 feet from the foot of your bead, toward the right, place the bowl. The branch is the barren curse and the bowl is the bountiful life that withers the curse. Lay one stone on each cloth then lay a path from the wool, straight down the center, between the bowl and the branch. The stones must touch. At the end lay the leaf. By laying the stones, you show respect for the fates and the balance of life. Light three candles and incense and meditate over the rite. Sleep without touching the items. When you wake, watch how much the stones have moved. If they bias the branch, you are cursed. If they bias the bowl, you are blessed. If it doesn’t move, no outside force is affecting you. If you are cursed, how far it has moved will determine the strength of the curse. Reset the path, and that night, light the three candles and the incense and meditate again over the rite. Sleep again without touching anything. The path should have moved less than the first time. Repeat this every night until the path stays in the middle. Next, move the path toward the bowl following the same meditation and sleep process as before. Continue this every night until the path stays at the bowl. When it has done so, you may complete the rite. Touch nothing, but for the three following nights, meditate over the rite, to seal your new fate. The stones must be returned to the river or stream where you got them from . The branch must be returned to the forest floor where you found it, and the leaf cast to the wind. The bowl of fruit must be eaten, and the cloth must be saved in a dark place, undisturbed.
To reverse any negativity or hex being sent your way, anoint a purple candle with Rosemary oil. On a piece of white paper write the following in black ink: ” All blocks are now removed.” Fold the paper three times. Light the candle and burn the paper in a bowl, ashtray or any fireproof dish. Invoke the power of fire and it’s elemental spirits. Repeat three times:
Firedrakes and salamanders, aid me in my quest, protect me from all evil forms, turn back the negativity being sent.
After the third repetition say:
So mote it be.
A Mirror Cipher For Revenge
By Migene Gonazles-Wippler
Piece of paper
An evil self
May lie within
The mirror’s skin,
Let your darkest
Work be done
By hands that hides
From sight and sun
Make of wax an image small to bind the man who serves, you ill. Cast it now.
Breaking A Curse
Square of black cloth
Tablespoon of Curry
Tablespoon of Dill
Tablespoon of Vervain
Tablespoon of Powdered Ginger
Consecrated Black Candle
Black string, knotted nine times
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.
Thrice the sun hath set and rose
Thrice and once the moon has glow’d
The stars call an end to woes
Step widdershins ’round the cauldron black
In it goes the poisoned sack
With bitter nettle and stinging thorn
Ninety days ago was born
That was raised in moonlight’s silver glow
In salted water it go
To brew a hex and make it so strong
Ccurse the one who did me wrong
In the pot will the Sowthistle boil
Triple my foe’s work and toil
Stalk of swamp laurel, bitter root seed
Alectra, spotted knapweed
Nodding thistle and Lady’s-Thumb pink
In the brew as black as ink
Hoary Allysym, Hoary Cress ‘ere
Night-flowering Catchfly hair
Hound’s-tongue toss’d into the mix with gorse
Yellow dodder and seahorse
Milky juice of skeletonweed’s head
Baby’s-breath and Pigweed red
Delivered by a night’s edge fairy
Witchgrass last, soft and hairy
Let my foe’s troubles be one plus two
Stir with gold this noxious brew
I praise Thee Hecate of the Roads
She appears in darkened robes
The taste of vengence is sour and sweet
Haunt my foe where three roads meet
So Mote It Be
The Witches Magick for November 20
SPELLTO REVERSE NEGATIVITY OR HEXES
Try this spell to reverse any negativity or hexes being sent your way.
Visualize all blocks in your life-path being removed.
Anoint a purple candle with Rosemary oil.
On a piece of white paper write the following in black ink:
“All blocks are now removed.”
Fold the paper three times. Light the candle and burn the paper in a bowl, ashtray, or any
fireproof dish. Invoke the power of fire and its elemental spirits by repeating three times:
“Firedrakes and salamanders,
Aid me in my quest,
Protect me from all evil forms,
Turn back the negativity being sent.”
After the third repetition say:
“So Mote It Be.”
By turn of one
The curse is done
By turn of two
It’s power is through
By turn of three
It ceases to be
Celtic Book Of Shadows
Demon Banishing Spell
Whether the demon exists inside or out, this spell will drains its psychic powers.
Best time to cast:
Three nights before the New Moon
Items you will need:
Pour most of the seal salt into the coffee can and place the open can in the center of your basement.
Sprinkle some salt in each corner of your basement.
Envision the demon as a grayish cloud and see it being absorbed by the salt in the can. Say aloud: “Begone now, demon, let me be, No long can you torment me, I bind you for eternity and I shall evermore be free.
On the New Moon put the lid on the coffee can and take it to a desolate place – a vacant lot, a desert, a gravel pit the town dump – away from water, trees people or animals. Don’t open the can. Bury it and say good riddance to the demon trapped inside.
BONES OF ANGER REVENGE HEX
Gather bones of chickens and dry them in the sun for a few
days. Then when you are ready to do this hex make sure you
are worked up into a frenzy of anger and hatred. This will
add to the potency of your hex! Be thinking of all this
while doing this hex and when it says “With these bones I
now do crush,” take a hammer or use your feet to stomp and
crush these bones as if they were your enemy before you!
When you are done sweep, them up and place them in a bag. You
will then want to sprinkle the dust and remains of the bones
on your enemy’s property around his house.
If you have a bell ring it 3 times and say…
I call upon the Ancient Ones from the great abyss to do my
bidding I invoke Cuthalu, God of Anger and the creatures of
the underworld hear me now…
Bones of anger, bones to dust
full of fury, revenge is just
I scatter these bones, these bones of rage
take thine enemy, bring him pain
I see thine enemy before me now
I bind him, crush him, bring him down
With these bones I now do crush
Make thine enemy turn to dust
torment, fire, out of control
With this hex I curse your soul
So mote it be!