Category Archives: Curses/Hexes




My curse didn’t work. Why? How do you know it didn’t work? Leave it alone.

My curse didn’t work well enough. Can I pile on more? How do you know it didn’t work well enough? Leave it alone.

I asked for the wrong result. How do I change it now? How do you know you asked for the “wrong” result, or that you didn’t get the “right” one? What part of leaving it alone don’t you understand?

Someone might have cursed me. How can I tell for sure? If someone really has cursed you, you’ll know for sure. If you don’t deserve it, it probably won’t “take.” But if you do deserve it, that’s trickier. Use the Spotted Hag to try to escape a curse. And best of luck!

Someone has cursed me. Help! Use the Spotted Hag. And again, good luck. Curses are easier to place than to remove.

My enemy found out I cursed him. What should I do? Nothing. Don’t brag about it, that’s all. If he asks you about it, just ignore him. (But why would he ask you about it, unless you tipped him off?) If he threatens you, ignore that, too. Unless you’ve played fast and loose with the rules, you’re safe. You cursed him, right?

How long does a curse last? How long is a piece of string? Your curse knows how long it is. Worrying about things like this is a sign you’re fussing about the outcome of the curse you cast. Don’t.

I changed my mind. How do I remove my curse? Salt purifies and protects, and so it’s sometimes able to “decommission” the ingredients of a curse. Try collecting the things you used, coat them with salt—lots of salt—and burn it all to ashes in a trough in the ground. Then, bury the ashes and hope for the best. The other thing you can do is to try casting the curse again—on yourself. Be aware that nothing you try will work if you’re acting out of fear, not remorse. And next time, read the label!



The Little Book of Curses and Maledictions for Everyday Use

Dawn Rae Downton

The Vern

The Vern

Your neighbor or colleague is driving you nuts.

You Need:
A piece of first-quality stationery unlined

A pen

A few dressmakers’ pins

Take your stationery and write this down: “I give you the man who has stolen my pleasure. May the grass grow at his door and the fox nest on his hearthstone. [Write the name here.]”

Roll up the paper and secure it with several pins. Say: “So I give the name who took me away, who has been privy to that taking-away.”

Place it under your neighbor’s doorstep. The front step’s better than the back.

For a coworker, simply place the scroll at the back of one of his least-used desk drawers. The bottom drawer on the right side is best. When things improve, remove the roll—but keep it handy if things deteriorate again. This is not a curse with great sticking power, but it can be re-used.



The Little Book of Curses and Maledictions for Everyday Use

Dawn Rae Downton


Aftermath Curse


Have a pot of water and put your hands in it and think of how much you hate the person who did you wrong. Let the water turn black with hate, then put 7 sticks of cinnamon, whole cinnamon…but if you got powdered cinnamon that’s fine. I’d put a pieces of lemon because of the sourness, also vinegar and milk for color.

Recite this while burning a picture or a piece of paper with the victims name on it.

“There has been unfairness done to me
I summon the elements
I Invoke them
I conjure them to do my bidding
The four watchtowers shall lay their eyes and minds
There shall be fear, guilt, and bad blood
There shall be submission and no pity
I point the 3 fold law against thee
Against thee it shall be pointed
3 fold, a hundred fold is the cost for
My anger and pain
Thee shall be blinded
By the fear
Blinded by my pain
Blinded by me
Blinded by me

After that, get the ashes and throw them in the “potion”. Put the pot with the ingredients on the stove to boil for a little while. You get to curse them and then give them an “aftershock”





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.

Stop A Trouble Maker Jar Spell

Stop A Trouble Maker Jar Spell

 Write the name of the person on a piece of parchment/paper, fold it twice.Take a lime and cut it twice, once diagonally and once horizontally, but don’t cut it all the way into four pieces. place the paper or parchment inside the lime and hold it together with two long steel nails. place the lime into a clean glass jar and put into it some ash, salt and vinegar and screw the lid on tight. the ash and salt are supposed to thwart their efforts to cause you trouble of any kind, and the vinegar and lime should sour their own affairs at the same time.

Spell To Get Rid of Annoying Co-Workers & Get Their Job

Spell To Get Rid of Annoying Co-Workers & Get Their Job

Best time to cast: Sunset on the eve of a New Moon

Items You Will Need:
A yellow candle
A  teaspoon of salt
Half a cup of Olive oil
A chicken feather (you should gather feathers in a non-harmful manner)

The spell:

Gather up your ingredients and go to a quiet area in your home where you can be alone.
Light the candle and put the salt into the cup of Olive oil. Pick up the feather and repeat these words:

Cauda Draconis (or a deity you choose to work with)
Help me in my time of need
I want (the person’s name here) to leave my work place,
In good health let them go and go now to keep my sanity
Set the  wheels in motion that (name of person) shall leave
and I’ll be in peace and have the position I seek.
This is my will – So Mote It Be!

Dip the feather into the olive oil and soon as you are able – wipe the feather on the floor in front of the co-worker’s desk or if easier in front of your work place (make sure no one sees you!).

General Curse for Unfairness Done

General Curse for Unfairness Done

There has been unfairness done to me
I summon the elements
I invoke them
I conjure them to do my bidding
The four watchtowers shall lay their eyes and minds
there shall be fear and guilt and bad blood
there shall be submission and no pity
I point the threefold law against thee
against thee it shall be pointed
threefold, a hundred fold is the cost for my anger and pain
Thee shall be blinded by the fear
blinded by the pain
blinded by me
binded by me
Cursed by me
So mote it be!

This curse shall be laid upon the victim while burning am image of the victim (wax sigil, photograph, drawing, anything) in the flame of a consecrated black candle.

To Curse Someone Who Offended You

To Curse Someone Who Offended You

He/she will be sorry for the things that they had done to you.

Items You Will Need:

6 black candles
His/her picture
paper and pencil

The Spell

1.  Form the candles into square and light them
2.  Put the picture of your enemy in the middle of the square
3.  On a piece of paper write all the the bad things that he/she had done to you.and burn the paper.
4.  Gather the ashes and sprinkle it to the picture and chant this words 6 times..


You have offended me many times
You insulted me and made me feel like a tool
You discriminated me by your words
You have told your friends about me and made
Them thought that I’m stupid and worthy to be humiliated
And discriminated..
Now tomorrow will be my freedom
Free from discrimination,insults,and humiliation
Cause this time you will feel the things that I felt
When you offended will be the last person to kneel
Before me and beg for my forgiveness,cause by tomorrow
You will be the one being Discriminated, insulted, humiliated
and the feeling that you are really worthy to be offended..

5.  After chanting this words burn your enemy’s picture and gather the ashes together(include the paper’s ashes) and throw them in the air. Your Done!