The individual who is in danger cleanses himself/herself with nine different fruits,
nine candles (votive), and nine slices of eggplant.
Afterwards the offering is wrapped with nine cents on a piece of red cloth and
left by a long road near a cemetery.


God and Goddess of the skies, Please respond to my cries.
Lift me up in your strong arms, Away from those who seek to harm.
Shield me from the awful rage, That shall face me day to day.
Help me be strong in what I do, And help my heart remain true.
Give me strength to face each day, And the hardships before me lain.
Let those who I love love me in return, And everyday let me learn.
I bid you both my spirit keep, While I’m awake and asleep.
So mote it be!


Just before going to bed, fill a cauldron (or iron bucket, bowl or pot) with water and place it inside
your house near the front door. Take a very sharp knife or Athame and place it point-down
into the water, saying:
“Into the water I place this blade,
To guard against the thief and shade.
May no flesh nor astral shell
Enter this place wherein I dwell”
This is a good protection spell, and can be performed every evening. In the morning, remove
and dry the knife, and place it somewhere safe. Then, without touching it, pour the water
outside, (or down the drain if necessary) and put the cauldron away. It probably wouldn’t be
a good idea to do this spell if you’re expecting company, as it could be dangerous (and wet).
You can do this at each door if desired, and protects against more than corporeal forms.

Voodoo Spell to Drive Someone Crazy

Voodoo Spell to Drive Someone Crazy

A way to drive someone crazy is to write the victim’s name backwards on an egg. No ordinary egg will do — it has to be an egg from a black hen. Then it is required that the egg be tossed over the roof of the intended victim. As an alternative, the egg could be buried near the victim’s front door.

Spell to Nehellania

Spell to Nehellania


Perform this during the Dark Moon if possible, and when casting Circle move counter clockwise from the East.

Items needed: sword.

Stand before the altar with arms raised and say:

“Dark Mother, let your power flow through the body of your daughter/son and out again
to repel and destroy all negative thoughts and deeds that are directed against me.”

Stand in silence as you draw down the power, then face East, raise your sword in greeting and say:

“Hail Chichiri, great One of the East, Whose airy eyes see all in the Element of Air!
I do summon you here to protect and defend me.”

Move to the North and say:

“Hail Tamahome, great One of the North, Whose green eyes see all in the Element of Earth!
I do summon you here to protect and defend me.”

Go to the West and say:

“Hail Hotohori, great One of the West, Whose liquid eyes see all in the Element of Water!
I do summon you here to protect and defend me.”

Finally at the South say:

“Hail Tasuki, great One of the South Whose bright eyes see all in the Element of Fire!
I do summon you here to protect and defend me.”

Place your hands on the sword and say:

“Great Dark Mother, I call on You to build up this protection,
To send back all the wrong that has been done to me.”

Raise your sword high and say:

“Dark Mother, Queen of the Night, there is one who stands against me.
Let his/her efforts fail.
Let him/her go down in the darkness.
May You judge his/her wrongfulness and lies as he/she stands before
You in the courts of Hell.
May his/her efforts be lost in the darkness with no light to guide him/her.
I am Your child, protect me, Dark Mother!”

Rest the sword with the point on the ground between your feet. Say:

“Dark Mother, help me to reach my goals, to live my life to the fullest, to walk a path of balance.
Sweep away all barriers built by those who want me to fail.
Crush the evil sent against me!
Sweep its remains back into the body and brain of the one who sent it!
The evil is dead!
My attacker tastes his/her just rewards!
His/her mouth is full of ashes, his/her thoughts of nightmares, his/her life of unfulfillment.
Only once he/she ends his/her attacks and hatred shall he/she know peace again!
I stand under the sword and the hand of the Goddess! So mote it be!”

Draw a pentagram on the floor between your feet with the sword and say:

“It is done!”

Replace sword on the altar (or if too large like mine, simply lean it against the altar) and say:

“Your hands protect me from Dark Moon to Dark Moon.
Your sword covers me from Dark Moon to Dark Moon.
Your care shelters me from Dark Moon to Dark Moon.
All love and honor to the Dark Mother Nehellania!”

This is the time for any further spell working or to finish other ritual matters.
When finished take your sword to the east and raise it in greeting, and say:

“Farewell Chichiri! My thanks for your protection and defense. Depart in peace, blessed be!”
At the North say:
“Farewell Tamahome! My thanks for your protection and defense. Depart in peace, blessed be!”
At the West say:
“Farewell Hotohori! My thanks for your protection and defense. Depart in peace, blessed be!”
At the South say:
“Farewell Tasuki! My thanks for your protection and defense. Depart in peace, blessed be!”
Stand before altar with arms raised and say:
“My thanks to the Dark Goddess Nehellania and to all who have helped here this night.
Depart in peace, blessed be!”

Bless and eat the Simple Feast, and finish closing the Circle.

Nehellania is another name for the Norse Hel. Her name means Nether Moon, a direct linking
with her underworld kingdom Niflheim, Nef-hel, or Nifl. She is the Queen of the Dead and rules
over dark magick and revenge.

Spell to Punish a Person

Spell to Punish a Person


To punish a person. You’ll need:

black candle
9 nails
white plate

Carve the persons name in the candle…put the candle on the white plate then at different locations push the nails in…. put the oil around the plate. That should stay for about 1 moon phase…..when done… remove the nails, and using a warm knife or metal spatula, smooth the pierced/carved areas, so the candle looks unblemished….wrap it in vervain and sweet basil….and then dump in a garbage can…that will take care of both.

The Realization Spell

The Realization Spell
Spell to Make Someone Realize and Feel the Hurt They Caused You


Write the person’s name and what they have done to you on a small piece of paper.
Light it from an alter candle and drop it to burn away in the cauldron.
Stand before the alter, the ashes in your right hand, and say:

Wolf and horse, old signs of might.
Lend your strength to me this night.
The pain and grief they so easily give,
Must be returned so they may live,
To know and feel what they have done,
And change their ways, with harm to none.
Send back the pain, teach them this night,
And help them to do what they know is right.

Go outside, and throw the ashes to the winds, knowing that they will realize what they have done to you.

Warning Spell

Warning Spell

This one is a good substitute for a hex, when your fear or anger tempts you in that direction:
“Blood turn black and flesh turn blue,
I will curse if you force me to.
By the left hand and the unclean food,
I’ll curse your eyes, I’ll curse your lies,
I’ll call down a plague of flies.
Blood go black and flesh go blue,
Evil from me and back to you
My soul clean and yours on fire,
You screwed with a witch you get burned, liar! “

The Vexation Box Spell

The Vexation Box Spell

This spell is for dealing with someone who is more of an annoyance than a threat, someone who really gets on your nerves or stresses you out by intruding in your life or violating your space. It is for someone you have already asked to stop but who persists in bothering you. It is not a spell to use on someone whose actions you object to within their own life or space. You need:

  • a box

  • herbs for protection

  • two heads of garlic (or more, if you are using a big box or dealing with a group of people)

  • a photograph of the person, or their name written on a piece of paper

Put everything in the box. Cover the box and give it a good hard shake, mentally yelling at the person to modify the behavior that annoys you. Put the box away, in a drawer or up on a shelf. Take it out and give it a hard shake, yelling at them, every time they annoy you. After the first week or so you should seldom need to shake the box. Throw the box away in a few months, when the garlic begins to spoil.



*NOTE* This ritual will cause strong emotions, that may seem at first to be
overwhelming. However, you can get through it, with just a little persistence.

Cast a circle in the usual way, the way that you are most familiar.

Light a candle of your favorite color to represent you. Next to it, place a
candle of a color that reminds you of your friend, but, do not light it.

Place a circle of candles around these two, on your altar, consisting of a red
candle, saying as you do, “I light this candle to represent the circle of life
and death.”

The next candle should be pink. Say, “This candle represents love. I ask with
candle for the gift of love.”

The next candle should be blue. Light it, saying, “This candle represents peace.
May I have peace in my heart.”

The next candle should be white. Light it as you say, “This candle represents
protection, so that I may get through these hard times.”

Light a purple candle and place it in the last spot, “This candle represents the
power of the spirit.”

Outside the inner circle of candles, place memorabilia of the lost one, or the
one you are about to loose to sickness or illness. This can be pictures, or any
item that reminds you of him/her. Hold the unlit candle representing the loved
one and spend some quiet time re-living the memories, and cherishing the fond
memories you have of the loved one. When finished, light the candle and put it
back in the holder.

Visualize your loved one standing next to you. Watch him as he leaves your side
and travels off to a another place. If the loved one has christian values,
visualize him in heaven, if they believe in reincarnation, visualize them being
born as a baby again. Etc… If unsure of the other’s beliefs and you can’t ask
them, just visualize them leaving. As they leave your side, they should pass
through a big white door.

After the visualization has faded, hold a black candle. Pour all your negative
emotions into this candle. You are allowed to cry. Breathe all you have into the
candle and when finished, light it and place it somewhere outside the colorful
circle of candles.

Address the lord and lady. Ask them for guidance. Ask the lady to hold you as a
mother. Rock back and forth with her once she is holding you in her embrace.
Feel the mother’s warmth.

Once you have reached a feeling of release, extinguish all candles, unless you
are only planning on doing this ritual once, then let the candles burn out
completely. Take the black candle outside immediately and either bury it beside
a tree, or throw it into a large body of water. Ask the spirit of (earth/water)
to purify it, and to give you strength to deal with your situation.

Close the circle and perform any other ritualistic habits that may a part of
your tradition, or that may help you feel better.

An Opening Ritual

An Opening Ritual

As we stand in our circle, let the arms of the Goddess enfold us. Feel her warm
loving touch. In her touch we feel all that is … around us. We can feel the
oneness of all things. We call her to enfold us … to encircle us. In her arms
we fear nothing, for everything is part of us.

We call upon the elements of Air. Spirits of the East. Let our thoughts be as
Air — clear and crisp. Swirling free, with no bounds. Whispering through the
lonely canyons. Rising up to meet the sun.

We call upon the elements of Fire. Spirits of the South. Let our will rise
within us like lava, radiating with energy and power, flowing down to meet the

We call upon the elements of Water. Spirits of the West. Let our emotions be
fluid as the tide, changing shape and form with its surroundings. Reflective
as deep blue pools … passionate as the crashing waves upon the rocks.

We call upon the elements of Earth. Spirits of the North. Feeling it beneath
our feet, we draw strength. We send our roots down into her soil. Growing solid
and firm. Partaking of her warmth and security.

Thus we are in her embrace, wherein we are not separate beings … but one …
in total trust and total love.



Once the rite is ended, face North, hold aloft the wand and say:

Farewell, Spirit of the North Stone.
I give thanks for your presence here.
Go in power.

Repeat this same formula to the East, South and West, substituting the proper
direction in the words. Then return to the North and hold the wand aloft for a
few moments.
Lay the wand on the altar. Take up the athame. Standing in the North, pierce
the circle’s wall with the blade at waist level. Move clockwise around the
circle, visualizing it’s power being sucked back into the athame. Literally pull
it back into the blade and handle. Sense the circle dissolving, shrinking; the
outside world slowly regaining its dominance in the area. When you arrive at
the North again, the circle is no more.