SPELL TO BANISHING SICKNESS FROM YOURSELF
Take an Athame or wand (or use your index finger) and repeat the banishing
pentagram ritual while saying:
O malady, disappear into the heavens;
Pain, rise up to the clouds;
Inflamed vapor, fly into the air,
In order that the wind may take thee away,
That the tempest may chase thee to distant regions,
Where you came from where you did no harm So mote it be!
SPELL TO BANISH PAIN
Write on a small piece of paper:
Flee! Pain can not find me I am free!
Calm is drawn to me I am free!
Wrap this with a dark blue ribbon and carry with you or wear it.
SPELL FOR SENDING BAD STUFF AWAY
To the Goddess, I do pray
Grant me power, strength to flay
This one’s curse
With these words, I hold thee at bay.
BANISHING AND CLEANSING RITUAL
Point your Athame at the sky, and then at the earth. Then pointing Athame horizontally either spin 360 or walk around the perimeter with the Athame held out in a threatening manner.
Spirits of evil, Unfriendly beings
Unwanted guests, Be gone!
Leave us leave this place, leave this Circle,
that the Goddess and the God may enter.
Go, or be cast into the outer darkness!
Go, or be drowned in the watery abyss!
Go, or be burned in the flames!
Go, of be torn by the whirlwind!
By the power of the Mother and the Horned One
We banish you! We banish you! We banish you!
Sprinkle the perimeter with salt and water.
SPELL TO TRAP AN EVIL SPIRIT (IN A JAR)
This traps an evil entity or evil spirits and prevents any harm being done.
- 1 part Sea salt to 8 parts of spring water.
–1 dried Rose
–13 Rose Thorns
–1 Small Glass Jar + a tightly fitting lid
Put the Rose Thorns into the jar one at a time and as you do this and drop one in,
chant the following words each time:
“Thou Demon presence. Be no more!”
Crush up the Thorns in the jar and then crush up the Rose petals and add them to the jar, slowly add the salt water. Keep the jar open overnight.
The next morning before the sunrise close the lid. All the evil should now be trapped inside the jar. Cover the jar with a cloth and bury it far away from the house in a place that has no buildings nearby.
SPELL TO FREE A HOUSE FROM HAUNTING
“The Presence that stands Upon the stairs
The unseen hands That move the chairs.
The lights that play Across the wall,
The stains that stay, The plates that fall,
The mist , the chill, The wandering scents
This gentle spell must speed them hence.
At midnight, set A table neat,
With cup and plate, And wine and meat,
Invite the ghost To sit and feast,
As any host Should urge a guest.
Presently, clear The meal away,
Then open the door and softly say-
“Quick or dead, Thou art fed,
Cease to grieve And take thy leave”
Bid him depart But should he remain
Be calm, take heart And feast him again.
Spell to Bind Someone Dangerous
This spell is best performed on Saturday (Saturn’s Day, to bind a criminal, one who intends to do harm, to bring someone to justice).
• a poppet made to represent the target
• a black candle
• salt water
• personal effect of the target, if available
• frankincense incense
• red ribbon
• Light a black candle and burn frankincense incense. Sprinkle the poppet with salt water, saying:
Blessed be, thou creature made of art.
Thou art not cloth (or wax, whatever it is made out of)
But flesh and blood. I name thee ___________ (name the person being bound)
Thou art s/he, between the worlds, in all the worlds, So be it.
Hold the poppet and begin tying it up firmly with the red ribbon, binding all parts of it that could possibly do harm. Charge it, saying:
By air and earth, water and fire, so be you bound, as I desire.
Bury the poppet at the time of the waning moon, far from your home, under a heavy rock beneath a tree.
Charm to Bind an Enemy
Gather cobwebs from your house and put them all in a mess on a black cloth. Find a dead fly and set it on the mess of webs. Then write the following words on a piece of paper:
“North, South, East, West
Spider’s web shall bind him best
East, West, North, South.
Hold his limbs and stop his mouth.
Seal his eyes and choke his breath
Wrap him round with ropes of death.”
Fold the paper 4 times and wrap it, along with the mess of webs, and the fly in the black cloth forming a small packet. Wrap it tightly with a long cord leaving a length of cord so it can be hung in a dark corner of the home. Let it hang there until it is thickly covered in dust, and then bury it near the person’s home.