Happy a very blessed and restful evening! See you tomorrow. Till then…
Luv & Hugs,
Could you do a better job than your boss? Let magick help you get the promotion you deserve.
Best time to cast:
Items You Will Need:
!. Photograph your boss’s office or workspace when she/he isn’t there, then paste a picture of yourself on the photo. Or have a trusted friend photograph you seated at your boss’s desk.
2. On the back of the photo, write your name and new job title.
3. Focus your attention on the photo first thing every morning and last thing every night for one week minimum.
4. When the opportunity arises, hide the photo in your boss’s office in a spot where she/he won’t find it.
5. Tie your hair to the doorknob or sprinkle a few hair clippings in your boss’s desk drawer.
6. Say aloud:
“This office and job are now mine. (Boss’s name) now take another job for which she/he is better suited. We are both very happy and successful in our new positions.”
7. Continue visualizing yourself performing your new job until you receive your well deserved promotion.
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
Best time to cast: Sunset on the eve of a New MoonItems You Will Need:
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:
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 DoneThere has been unfairness done to me
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.
He/she will be sorry for the things that they had done to you.
Items You Will Need:
6 black candles
paper and pencil
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
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!
The spell is to curse a male. It won’t kill them but only use if you under stand the risk.
Items You Will Need:
The Crescent Moon
The person full name
The Spell:This spell can only be performed under the crescent moon. First with the salt make a the star circle. Next take a seat in the star circle, the candle in the middle of it. Then draw another one on the paper with the name of the person you are casting it on. Say these words while burning the paper on the candle :
“Crescent Moon, Crescent Light,
I call upon you to come
Deliver a crushing blow to my enemies
and foes. Do not kill but do not
show any compassion for my foes “
In five days or less you should know if it worked or not.Author: Thorn16
To get revenge . To make the person suffer , image anything and it will be done too them, this spell is to get back at someone who has done you wrong. *Warning, Evil Black Magick*
Items You Will Need:
1 Black candle
1 Black ink pen
1 Black ribbon
1 picture of the person your binding or getting revenge on.
Lit the black candle and be sitting in indian style.
Then take the person’s picture and look and imaged revenge on the person, what you want too image that happens to them focus on that .Then take the picture and take the black ribbon and wrap the ribbon around the picture. While wrapping the ribbon around the picture
Then take the wax from the black candle then pour it over the ribbon .
then say :
Then take the black pen and write the person name on the envelope. Put the picture that has a ribbon wrapped around it and wax on the top of it and stick it in the envelope.Next burn the envelope with picture and say:You can not harm me any more through any resources you have no power over me and you shall see that everything you put me through can be reverse back too you 4 times fold.
So Mote It Be
When finished dispose of ashes . or what ever is left of the envelope.
I think everybody must be fed up with the world and the way they are being treated. I have tons of emails from people wanting hexes, curses or any other nasty things I might have. The reason being they are tired of people walking all over them, treating them like crap and so on. I can understand it completely. Getting run down into the ground, walked on, shoved aside, no body likes it. I always blame everything on the times we live in, perhaps it is. People no longer have compassion or consideration for others. They forget about others’ feelings. In fact, I believe they forget other people even have feelings. Like I said, I understand. I get fed up myself, we all do.
Due to the fact there are so many emails, I am going to post a very hexes and curses on the site. I always try to assist individuals in any way I can. Some of the emails, tugged at my heart (that is the main reason I am doing this). I will warn you some of these spells are very black. I would ask that you stop and think your situation over before you cast. And most of all, remember your karma. Karma will bite you in the butt, that is one thing you can count on.
Now for those who have wrote me, you now have your spells. For the others who do not care about these kinds of spell, you might want to read them. Why? Because if you don’t recognize and have knowledge of the dark side of magick, how will you know it when it comes knocking at your door?
On with the spells, I hope they help those who need them.
Assorted round magical signs and symbols used by the Pennsylvania Dutch, principally for protection against heverei (Witchcraft) but also to bring about spells. These signs serve both as amulets and talismans. Traditionally, hex signs are painted on barns, stables and houses for protection against lightning, to ensure fertility and protect animal and human occupants alike from becoming ferhexed, or bewitched. The hex sign are also painted on candles; household goods such as kitchen utensils and racks; and on wooden and metal disks which can be hung in windows.
Various hex signs have a distinct meaning. Some of the symbols and designs date back to the Bronze Age – such as the Swastika or solar wheel, symbol of the Cult of the Sun – and to the ancient Crete and Mycenae. Most of the common designs or symbols are enclosed in a circle, such as stars with five, six or eight points which are trudenfuss or pentagrams; variations of swastikas and hearts. The six-petaled flower/star, a fertility hex sign, is painted on utensils and tools related to livestock, especially horses, on linen, on weaver’s tools, mangling boards and other items. Pomegranates also are use for fertility; oak leaves for male fertility; an eagle or rooster with a heart for strength and courage; hearts and tulips for love, faith and happy marriages.
Other hex signs are designed for healing, the accumulation of material goods and money, starting or stopping rain and innumerable other purposes. A charm or incantation is said during the making of the hex sign. There is very little information concerning hex signs because it is considered taboo for the Pennsylvania Dutch to talk about them to outsiders.
The custom for using hex signs was derived from the Old World, brought from Germany and Switzerland by German immigrants who settled in Pennsylvania during the 1700s and 1800s. In the old Saxon religion it was customary to paint protective symbols on barns and houses. In Germany, tradition calls for the hex signs to be placed on the frames of barns, but not houses; in Switzerland, it was customary to place the sign on houses. The Pennsylvania Dutch adopted both practices developing regional customs in style and placement of hex signs.
The signs proliferated the Pennsylvania Dutch area throughout the 19th century but began to wane in the 20th century as belief in magical arts declined.
Hex death, also called “voodoo death” is caused by placing a hex or cursed on a person either by black magic, or by breaking a taboo. Belief is the critical factor in a hex death. If a person, or victim, believes that a witch doctor or a Vodoun priest has laid a hex or curse on him to cause his death, either by cursing him or pointing a finger or bone at him, he probably will expire, and no amount of Western conventional medicine can save him. Usually hex death is a self-fulfilling prophecy.
Anthropologist Joan Halifax-Grof, in her studies on hex death, listed four causes: 1) secret administration of poisons or other physical agents; 2) the relationship between the physical and emotional factors in the victim; 3) social reactions in a particular culture; and 4) parapsychological influences. Poisons and physical agents are obvious malefactors; if administered “magically” with plenty of ceremony, they may kill without the victim’s knowledge.
The second category refer to the fact that the victim can literally die from fright. In stressful situation the adrenaline flow increases, preparing the body to fight or run. In incidences where neither is possible, the body can suffer both short- and long-term damage, such as shock, lowering of the blood pressure and attacking of the body immune system. Rage affects the body as well. Finally, if the victim believes his cursed situation is hopeless, he starts experiencing feelings of helplessness, incompetence, despair and worthlessness. His illness begins, which the victim has no desire to fight, and inevitably he succumbs. Psychologists term this situation the giving up/given up complex.
Cultural determinants do play a large factor in hex death alone with the victim’s own perceptions. Once cursed the victim can be forced to withdraw from daily community life, becoming almost invisible to his neighbors. The cursed person becomes despondent, expecting death, and his friends and relatives do not dispute these notions but corroborate with them. Eventually, those not cursed begin to see the victim as already dead, even performing funeral ceremonies over his body, which technically still lives. In Australia, the aborigines actually take food and water from the accused, thinking a dead person needs no sustenance. Suffering from starvation and dehydration in the heat of the Australian bush will certainly cause the victim to die.
There are many cases where the victim dies even when his friends and relatives try to help him. Halifax-Grof speculates that in these incidences the sorcerer had developed a telepathic connection with the victim, and somehow controls his mind. Theoretically, if there is psychic healing, then, perhaps, there is psychic killing. One of the most sinister acts of the obeahman, or witch doctor, is to steal a person’s shadow. By taking a human’s spirit and psychically “nailing” it to the sacred ceiba tree, the obeahman has deprived the victim of his spirit and of the need to live.
In Haiti, French anthropologist Alfred Metraux observed a phenomenon called “sending of the dead,” which Baron Samedi, god of the graveyard, possesses the bokor, the sorcerer, and through him commands a client to go to a cemetery at midnight with offerings of food for the Baron. When reaching the cemetery, the client must gather a handful of graveyard earth for each person he wishes to see killed, which he later spreads on the paths taken by the victim(s). Alternatively, the client take a stone from the cemetery, which magically transforms itself into an evil entity, ready to do its master’s bidding. To initiate the process, the sorcerer throws the stone against the victim’s house. Metraux found that whenever a person learned that he was a victim of a “sending the dead” spell, he would soon grow thin, stop eating, spit blood and die.
In all these cases, only the reversal of the spell by good magic can save the victim’s life. The mind’s capacity for belief and action overpowers all other attempts at conventional logic and scientific rationality.
However, sorcerers in various cultures contend that it is possible to cause a hex death even though the victim is unaware of the hex.
A term or word designating a witch’s spell which has a long historical association with the connotation of the number six. The Greek hex, and the Latin sex cognate with the Egyptian seven, “to embrace, to copulate.” Six almost universally represented the number of sex, representing the union between the Triple Goddess and her trident-bearing consort, which is why Christian authorities labeled six “the number of sin.” Pythagoreans, on the other hand, called six the perfect number, or The Mother. One of its Egyptian forms seshemu, “sexual intercourse” – shown in hieroglyphics by male and female genitals in conjunction – survived in the Sufi love-charm designed to open the “cave” of the Goddess: Open, Sesame.
The hexagonal hex signs include the six-pointed Tantric yanta of love. The name of the sign comes from the Pennsylvania Dutch, who borrowed the word from their native German word for “witch.” Hexe, which in turn is from the Old High German hagazussa or hagzissa (“hag”).
A triple six, 666, was the magic number of Triple Aphrodite (or Ishtar) in the guise of the Fates. The Book of Revelation called it “the number of the Beast” (Revelation 13:18). After Solomon met the Queen of Sheba he acquired 666 talents of gold (I Kings, 10:14). In Christian literature the 666 has been referred to as Satan’s number, but the recurrences of the number in esoteric traditions is frequently surprising. The maze at Chartres Cathedral, for example, was planned to be 666 feet long.
The Egyptians considered 3, 6 and 7 most sacred numbers. Three represented the Triple Goddess, six meant her union with God; seven meant the Seven Harthos, seven planetary spheres, seven-gated holy city, seven-year reigns of kings, and so forth. Egyptians were obsessed with the conviction that the total number of all deities had to be 37, because of the number’s magical properties. This was because it combined the sacred numbers of 3 and 7; and, 37 multiplied by any multiple of 3 gave a triple digit or “trinity”: 111, 222, 333, 444, 555, etc. The miraculous number 666 is the product of 3 X 6 X 37.
A professional, or real, witch casts a hex for a voluntary contribution. Witches are frequently consulted on breaking and protection against hexes.
The Dalai Lama has shared wisdom that will allow each of us to gather good karma on this ‘Tangible Karma Day.’ One of the ways His Holiness believes we can do this is to follow the three Rs: Respect for self, Respect for others and Responsibility for all of your actions. Follow this simple advice and you will be blessed with all the good karma your heart can hold.
By Ellen Whitehurst for Astrology.com