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A Little Humor for Your Day – ‘Remove The Curse, lol!’

Remove the Curse

A pagan goes to a Wizard to ask him if he can remove a curse he has been living with for the last 40 years.

The Wizard says, “Maybe, but you will have to tell me the exact words that were used to put the curse on you.”

The old man said without hesitation, “I now pronounce you man and wife.”

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The Witches’ Spell for Nov. 9th – Cursed or Blessed

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CURSED OR BLESSED

You need:

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.

 

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The Witches’ Spell for Nov. 4th – Get Lost Hex

goth114I know you know that I don’t generally post hexes or curses. But I have had several people write to be about people bothering them, thinking they have been cursed, had a love spell put on them and many more. So I figured instead of emailing each of you individually, I would post the spell here. You can’t never tell there might be someone reading this that is having the same problem. I hope this helps everyone. If it doesn’t suit your circumstances, let me know and I will track down another spell for you.

Get Lost Hex

While this hex will definitely force the target to leave you alone, it also causes enough personal aggravation so that he or she is way too busy to bother anyone else.

Materials:

Prepared poppet

Black wax, melted

Lost and Away Powder

Brown paper sack

Place the poppet in the sack and sprinkle liberally with Lost and Away Powder, saying:

Lost and away from me you go
As your life’s sprinkled with troubles, problems and woe.
 

Pour the melted wax on top of the poppet, and quickly douse with the powder again. (Do this before the wax sets up, as you want the powder to adhere to it.) As you sprinkle the powder, say:

Problems stick like black to crow
Like melted wax they ooze and flow,
And when you think they’re finally done,
More arrive with rise of Sun.
 

Bury the poppet in an area easily accessible to you but away from your home. To keep the hex active, visit the grave once each week and dust it with the powder.

 

Utterly Wicked, Curses, Hexes & Other Unsavory Notions
By Dorothy Morrison
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Let’s Talk Witch – Broke Any Mirrors Recently, What to do, What to do????

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Let’s Talk Witch – Broke Any Mirrors Recently, What to do, What to do????

Mirrors are the perfect example of household furnishings that have been fraught with superstition. Probably the most common belief concerning mirrors is that their breakage causes seven years of bad luck. Whatever the origins of this belief, here are some methods to counteract the curse.

*Throw salt over your shoulder.

*Directly after breaking the mirror, turn around three times counterclockwise.

*Burn the mirror or at least blacken its shards in the flames of a fire. Save the fragments for a year and then bury them, and the curse will be counteracted (so you’ve only had to live through one year of bad luck).

*On the first night after breaking the mirror, light seven white candles and blow them out at midnight with one breath.

*Touch a tombstone with a piece of mirror, and the hex will be lifted.

Any of these rites can be used but bear in mind that the “curse” of the broken mirror is usually a self-created one.

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The Witches Spell for August 6th – CURSED OR BLESSED

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CURSED OR BLESSED

You need:

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.

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Let’s Talk Witch – What’s the difference Between A Hex and A Curse?


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Let’s Talk Witch

 

What’s the difference Between A Hex and A Curse?

 

The Difference Between A Hex and a Curse

For most practitioners, a curse relies solely upon the spoken word or, in the case of the Evil Eye, a personal gesture. They say that nothing else is necessary when cursing someone, as the emotion behind the words or act is the force that drives iit. Of course, this mean that the curse must be delivered with a heaping helping of anger or hatred to hit its mark—and even more to have true staying power.

According to this same contingent, a hex is the product of a spell or ritual. And while it is certainly directed and powered by the emotional state of the practitioner, it also makes use of additional aids such as personal effects, powders, washes, charms, and so forth. Of course, putting a ritual together take a lot more time than simply letting a few words fly from the tongue. But even so, having this extra help is often well worth the effort for the practitioner for a couple of reasons: First, it allows for a cooling off period and time to think things through before actually putting the magick in motion. Second, there’s no need to shoulder the whole burden of driving the magick to its mark since the properties of other ingredients assist with that. And third, it completely eliminates the need to come to a screeching halt right in the middle of a good hissy fit, just in order to curse the target. All things considered, it’s no wonder that hexes have become the more popular form of magick for some practitioners today.

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Life As Today’s Witch – Does Cursing Make Me Evil?

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Does Cursing Make Me Evil?

 

It depends on your definition of evil, but in a conventional sense the answer must be, “yes.” In order to curse, we tap upon our inner darkness and bring it to the surface. When we tap into this inner darkness, we come face to face with a part of our selves that most people would rather not admit that they have. It is a fair statement to say, at least for the duration of time, that you are actively cursing someone, that you are a force of darkness in and of yourself.

If you chose to continue to hold onto this darkness, then you would be soundly evil, or you may choose to let it go at the time that the curse is completed, but you will never be the same again. There are people that feel that if you only curse someone that deserves it, that there is no long term effect I would advise them to think about when you release the Darkness, some of it always goes into you. Generally after a few successful curses, you will begin to find more and more people in your life that just so happen to deserve it. Chance? Not At All!

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Life As The Witch – The Gift That Keeps On Giving

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The Gift That Keeps On Giving

While most curses are designed to do their jobs and dissipate, upon occasion we have need of one that goes a little further. Sometimes, we need it to work indefinitely. And when those times arise, a little bit of aggravation simply isn’t going to do the trick. We need something that, like the Energizer Bunny, keeps on going. And it’s on those occasions that it’s best to give a gift – a gift like no other – a gift that has a curse built right in.

Of course, not just any gift will do. It’s going to have to be something that the subject of your intent is going to be delight with and will love beyond all reason. Otherwise, it will just get tossed aside or throw away, and all your efforts will be for naught.

Admittedly, this may be the most difficult thing you’ve ever done — especially since it requires you to purchase something absolutely lovely for your least favorite person in the world. However, there are reasons that you may actually want to go this route. And it’s those reasons that will keep you smiling all the way to the check out line.

What sort of reasons? well for one thing, your target is going to feel guilty as hell for having done you dirty if you turn up with a nice gift—and that, in itself is part of the curse. Every time he or she looks at that gift of uses it, a vision of you and how you were treated will be the first thing to surface in the mind’s eye. And  that’s exactly why it’s important that the person not be able to part with the gift.

Another reason for handling things in this fashion is that while you can certainly weave any curse you’d like into the object, your personal energy is not attached to it in the same way it would be if you crafted the gift yourself.  And this not only disassociates you somewhat from the target but helps to keep some of that negative reside  at bay.

If not that’s not enough to convince you, there’s this: Your target will never suspect that you are in any way responsible for the sudden turn that his or her life has taken. You did, after all, knock yourself out to obtain that wonderful gift. And anyone who goes to all that trouble couldn’t be anything but kind, compassionate, loveing and gracious. Right?

Taking this avenue is easy once you get past having to purchase the gift. There are, however, a few rules of thumb. Do yourself a favor, follow them caefully, and those worrisome afterthoughts won’t come to call.

Do not involve living creatures,I shouldn’t have to spell this out, but I will just to ease my own mind. This means absolutely no plants or aimals.

Only purchase gifts suitable for afults. This means no stuffed animals, no dolls, or any other toy that might inadvertently fall into the hands of a child or a pet.

In the case of music boxes, be mindful of the tune. While the music may be uplifting, it should not in any way, emmpower the target. A box that plays “When You Wish Upon a Star,” for example, is a magickal no-no.

Excerpt from:
Utterly Wicked
Curses, Hexes &Other Unsavory Notions
Author: Dorothy Morrison
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