Be True Charm Bag
Place caraway, cumin, and coriander seeds in a red charm bag
Add pine needles and an unadorned gold ring
Ideally this should be sewn into your partner’s clothing, but it may be placed underneath the mattress on his side of the bed too.
Wiccan White Candle Protection Spell
On the night of a full moon, preferably on a Tuesday or Thursday, anoint a white candle with Fiery Wall of Protection Oil, which you can purchase or make as follows:
Grind equal parts of the following ingredients in a mortar and pestle and add them to 4 ounces of almond oil.
2 tablespoons Dragons Blood
1 tablespoon Sea Salt
2 tablespoons Cinnamon
1 tablespoon Ginger
Light the candle and say:
“Forged in fire; born in the flame,
None shall come here to harm or maim,
No evil shall penetrate this fiery wall,
Which is cast around this place and surrounds us all.
So mote it be! By the power of three times three.”
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A Couple of Little Presents From Me To You
3 parts Rosemary
3 parts Carnation petals
2 parts Galangal
2 parts Cinnamon
1 part Ginger
While bathing in this mixture, visualize yourself possessing perfected abilities to rouse, direct and release personal power. Use prior to all types of positive magickal rituals for extra potency.
Old Fashioned Witch Soap
4 lbs. lard
13 oz. lye (can)
5 cups cold water
1 tbsp. lavender oil
1 tbsp. patchouli oil
1 cup fresh strawberry juice
¼ cup dried soap bark herb (optional)
In a large enamel or iron kettle, melt the lard over very low heat. (Never use metal). In a separate pot, stir together the lye and the water. Heat lard until small bubbles begin to appear – do not boil.
Remove from the heat and slowly pour the lye solution into the lard. With a big wooden spoon, stir in the lavender and patchouli oils then strawberry juice and soap bark herb. Simmer for about 30 minutes, stirring frequently.
Pour into 2-inch deep greased pan and allow to cool overnight, Cut the soap into squares and leave in the pan for at least 3 days before removing. Place the Soap bars on waxed paper and allow them to age in a draft free area approximately 4 to 6 weeks before using.
Breaking A Curse
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 should then be broken.
Four Thieves Vinegar Tonic
This is a spring tonic which is also good for occasional use in the heat of the summer. It adds potassium to the system, and is supposed to clean the blood. It is definitely a home remedy curio—and is not included here as a serious medical recommendation.
Take a tablespoon of Four Thieves Vinegar, place it in a small glass or cup. Add a teaspoon of honey and mix. Then add a tablespoon of hot water and drink
Carmelite Sisters Water Recipe
Chopped angelica root
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.
Banishing A Love Rival
By Edain McCoy
Dragon’s Blood Ink
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.”
Categories: Banishing/Binding Spells, Breaking Spells, Dark Arts' Spells, Love Spells
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Money Simmering Potpourri
-2 Cinnamon Sticks, broken up
-4 Tablespoons Whole cardamom Seeds
-2 Tablespoons Whole Cloves
-1 Teaspoon Ground Nutmeg
-1 Teaspoon Ground Ginger
With your fingers, mix these ingredients in a small bowl while visualizing increased prosperity. As you mix them, recite aloud or to yourself:
Money Simmer In The Air, Money Shimmer Everywhere.
When you feel you are done chanting, pour items into a pan that holds about 1 pint of water and simmer on stove. I have simmered mine on and off for several days, adding water as needed