To Keep A Spell From Backfiring
If a Witch is sick and needs to cast a spell, he/she can bind it.
This will keep the spell from backfiring and causing harm to anyone else, most importantly to his/herself. The Witch must procure a thread with a color as dark as the nightly sky.
Light an incense of Sandalwood and Lavender, and as the incense fills the air, he/she must make three knots on the ribbon as he/she intones the words that follow:
“By the Karmic Power of Three
This spell tied and knotted be
To cause no harm nor return to me
As I will it, so must it be.”
The ribbon must be carried when casting the spell as a talisman to keep it from backfiring.
6 thoughts on “To Keep A Spell From Backfiring”
Lady A.. I know you’ve been incredibly busy with trying to get things up and running smoothly. I HAVE responded here and there.. left you messages.. I think they get buried.. or maybe they don’t show up at all? I dunno. But I’m here.. I pop in pretty nearly every single day.. 2 and 3 times a day. I’m doing alright honey.. struggling with a horrid head cold but that’s nothing compared to what you have to cope with.
Our winter has finally started to show itself 🙂 FINALLY.. I love watching the snow fall. Today it’s the big fat fluffy kind. I think though that we’ll likely go straight from winter right into summer and skip spring altogether 😦
I’ve been liking your pod thingie.. it’s so wonderful to hear your voice.. you had commented on your deep southern drawl and I responded with.. don’t you dare try and cover that up.. you are YOU.. drawl and all.. and you’re just so precious.. I love you AND your drawl (((hugs)))
Amen, sister, lol! I believe I know just a little too much about feeling like crap and they are great to have. It is good to see you, Celtie. What’cha been up too?
These are always good to have on hand.. after all, there are times when we’re not well, but still feel the need to utilize our talents..
Do you Say this before or after you cast the spell?
The first time you use it at the start of your spell. Then afterwards, you would put it on your altar or near your working area.
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Thanks so much!! I am a beginner.
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