When you feel negativity building up in your home, or the occupants are not getting along:
Use Sandalwood, Dragons blood or (if you can stand the smell) Patchouli Incense. Make certain that you carry your censer or a stick of incense into each room. Use this in conjunction with a chant and meditation.
It’s also a good idea to sprinkle sea or kosher salt on the carpet, then vacuum it up immediately after the ritual.

Consecration 2

Consecration 2

A consecration ritual to be used to rid a place of unwanted presences and for the general cleansing of a location. This is an excellent ritual to perform after a conjuration.

On a piece of natural paper, draw a simple pentacle. In the center of the pentacle, place a drop of Consecration Oil or consecrated rainwater using the tip of your right index finger.

Each room you wish to cleanse should be entered holding the pentacle in your right hand and the following invocation should be spoken aloud:

By the power of the spirits of all light and good
I command you evil to take your leave
And linger no more
By the power of the spirits of all light and good
I banish and cleanse
So that no foul or unclean spirit
May rest here
So that no evil will or intent shall exist
And the power of these too
Shall likewise be gone
By the power of the spirits of all light and good
I ask this be done.

When this has been completed, the piece of paper upon which the pentacle was drawn must be burned so that only ashes exist. The ashes must then be disposed of so that they are removed from the place you have cleansed and consecrated.



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Consecration 1

Consecration 1


This ritual is used to consecrate or cleanse an object, such as a magickal tool, talisman or any object you wish to bless or cleanse.

Light seven candles and place them to form a circle. Recite the following incantation:

Circle of light,
Cleanse and bless,
All which enters your domain.

Place a small bowl of rainwater in the center of the circle and speak the following words:

Circle of light,
Accept this water of the earth,
In it may your powers reside.

Remove the bowl from the circle. Lightly sprinkle some of the water over the object you wish to consecrate. If you have Consecration Oil, place some on the tip of you right index finger and touch the object with it three times and no more than three times. If you do not have Consecration Oil, skip this step.

Place the object in the center of the circle of candles. Once you have placed the object in the circle, do not move it again until the ritual is completed. Starting with any candle, extinguish the candles one at a time in a clockwise rotation. When all of the candles have been extinguished, the ritual is complete, the object has been consecrated, and may be touched and moved.



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Lady A’s Specialty of the Day – Herbal Witches Cleansing Bottle Spell

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Herbal Witches Cleansing Bottle Spell


To make an herbal cleansing bottle, pour a layer of sand in a large clear bottle. Add layers of dried herbs, one at a time: first rosemary; then lemon peel, sage, cedar, black peppercorns, lavender, dill, bay leaf, and rowan.

When the bottle is full, focus cleansing protective energy into the herbs and sand, and see a golden light radiating from the bottle. Visualize the herbs driving away negative influences.

Cork and seal the bottle with white wax. Using a permanent marker, draw the Algiz rune on one side of the bottle, and on the other side draw a pentagram.

Set the bottle near your front or back door, and every six months, uncap,

Pour herbs out into the woods or your compost heap, and thoroughly wash and dry the bottle before filling it with a new round of herbs.


Banishing and Cleansing Ritual


Point your Athame at the sky, and then at the earth. Then pointing Athame horizontally either spin 360 or walk around the perimeter with the Athame held out in a threatening manner.

Spirits of evil, Unfriendly beings
Unwanted guests, Be gone!
Leave us leave this place, leave this Circle,
that the Goddess and the God may enter.
Go, or be cast into the outer darkness!
Go, or be drowned in the watery abyss!
Go, or be burned in the flames!
Go, of be torn by the whirlwind!
By the power of the Mother and the Horned One
We banish you! We banish you! We banish you!


Sprinkle the perimeter with salt and water

A Smudging Prayer

While smudging of self and home is use by a lot of Neo-Pagans now, it originally was a Native American cleansing ritual they used before entering their sacred circle, sweat lodges and other religious ceremonies.


A’Ho = Blessed be or So mote it or Amen or I agree with you

A’ ho is used by some of the tribes and nations but not all of them.

Broom Purification Spell

Broom Purification Spell

Before dawn, take a branch from any tree.Thank the tree for its gift and leave a coin or semi-precious stone at its base in payment.

Next, obtain several brightly colored flowers on long stalks.Tie these flowers to the branch to fashion a sort of broom, then sweep the floor in every room of the house, visualizing the flowers of the broom absorbing negativity and “evil” as you work.

Then, still before sunrise, leave the broom at the crossroads.

Traditionally this ritual is repeated at the first of each month.

A Self Purification Spell

A Self Purification Spell

The purification of self is a way to remove the accumulation of all negative things that happened during the day and to prepare for the work to come.

Before ritual work, you have to change your frame of mind from the everyday mundane world. Here are a couple of ways to do this.

You may use incense in the common stick form or in what is called a smudge stick. This is a small bundle of incense. The incense is lit and is passed around the body, but not too close to the hair (fire hazard). As you pass the incense around your body, concentrate
on the smoke passing through you. Invision all the negativity and the excess baggage of the day leaving you as the smoke rises around you. When you feel cleansed, put out the incense. You will need a container to put out the smudge stick. A terra cotta saucer filled
with sand is ideal.

Ritual Baths:
A ritual bath is a great way to shed the day and concentrate on the ritual to come.

–White candles, for Spirituality and Higher Self, Salt, Herb or Herbs for Purification, Candle Snuffer.

Run a bath of very warm water. As the water is running light the white candles. Use as many as you wish. Three is an appropriate number as it represents the three aspects of the Goddess.

As you light a candle think or recite aloud:
“I light this candle in truth and peace”.

Repeat with each candle.

While the water is running, add a small amount of salt into the water, then add the herb or herbs of your choice.

Step into the water and slowly sink down into the tub. Relax and feel the water covering your body. Let the day and all negativity be drawn into the water.

Concentrate on letting go and moving to the positive. Wash slowly. Turn the bath into its own ritual. Think or say aloud :

” All negativity is flowing out of me into the water. I am pure for the work to come.”

Take as long as you need.

When you feel you are clear and relaxed step out of the tub and drain the water. Watch the water flow down the drain.Envision all the negativity and the day behind you flowing down the drain with the water.

Dry yourself slowly, deliberately. As you snuff out the candles, think or say aloud:

“I leave this bath in truth and peace.”

You are now ready for the ritual to come.