Poppet Spell to Bind an Enemy

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Make a poppet to represent the person you wish to bind.
Burn patchouli leaves and frankincense on a charcoal block.
Light a black candle and pass the poppet through the incense smoke saying:

“Hecate, great Goddess of life and death, 
I ask you to acknowledge that this Creation of cloth be known as Flesh and blood of (name).”

Wrap the poppet tightly in red ribbon, paying close attention to the area you wish to
bind i.e.: the genitals of a rapist, the mouth of a slanderer. As you wrap, say: 

“Between the worlds in Hecate’s eyes you (name) 
Are bound powerless. In the eyes of this world You are harmless.” 

Imagine a heavy net made from a white light. Imagine the net clinging to the poppet.
Wrap it in a piece of white cloth and bury it close to the person’s house. 

2 thoughts on “Poppet Spell to Bind an Enemy

    1. There are no stupid questions, Julie. If you don’t ask questions, how are you suppose to learn. A poppet is a doll that is made out of cloth to resemble the person you wish to bind, banish, curse or hex. You get your material and draw an outline of a figure of a person on it. Then you take the pieces and proceed to sew them up. While you are sewing, the practitioner generally has an item from the intended victim. That item is put in the figure with the stuffing and then sewed shut. The item can be anything from a small trinket to a piece or two of the victim’s hair. They are nothing complicated, while you are sewing you are also putting your intent into the poppet with each stitch. I don’t know if you ever seen one of those old movies with a wicked witch holding a doll in her hand or not. She is shown sticking pins in the doll and the person jumps or experiences pain. Well, what she is holding in her hand is a poppet. I wouldn’t say they work that quick but over time they do work. I hope I have answered your question and don’t ever think any questions you might have are stupid, they aren’t, sweetie. The only way you or any of us learn is by asking. Have a very blessed day!
      Lady A


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