The Witches Magick for Wednesday, May 24th – Sewing Needle Ritual For Protection

Sewing Needle Ritual For Protection

 

Items You Will Need:
A sewing needle
A reel of white thread
Sea salt

 

Fill a glass on half with cold water, add to water three spoons of salt and cut off from the reel about yard of the white thread. Put this thread into the glass with salty water and make the three sign of the pentagram over it. When the thread has become wet, get it from water and to thread the needle.

 

 

Tie together the ends of the thread with a triple knot. Take the needle in the right hand, touch a door hinge on your front door with the needlepoint and move it so along all length of the door hinge . Start this movement on a side of the top door hinge. If the hinge at the left side of the door, move from left to right, then downward, from right to left and upward to the same hinge. If the hinge at the right side of the door, move the needle downward, from right to left, then upward and from left to right. All time the needlepoint touches the hinge with light press. Having finished this action, stick the needle in the top corner of the doorjamb above the hinge, and say:

 

 

The needle as a steel lance,
Stab up all enemies and foes,
Ward off all disasters.

 

 

Thus you receive “lightning conductor” for neutralization of directed on you and on your home negative energy. This protection works approximately one year, after the expiration of it, you must replace the needle and the thread. Uttering the protective incantation, cautiously remove the needle from the door hinge:

 

Black to black,
white to white,
Dead to dead,
and alive to alive.

 

At once after that, go to a lonely place, and bury the needle with the thread in a ground.
If you suspect that on you and on your family are attracting negative or evil influences, replace the needle more often — once a month or once a week. But in all case do it on Friday evening.

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