The Witches Spell for Monday, May 15 – Protection Chant & Potion

In Witchcraft, well also in daily life, we sometimes forget how important protection is. Today’s spells really are spells one is a protection chant and the other is a protection potion. Both can be used at any time that you feel uncomfortable and in need of protection. Who knows, these days and times, it never hurts to have them on hand whether you ever use them or not. I sincerely hope you never have to but just in case…..

 

Protection Chant

If you are feeling uneasy, nervous or threatened, try repeating this chant quietly to yourself.

Divine Goddess, Goddess Divine,
Divine God, God Divine,
If evil dwells within this place,
Please make it leave my space.

 

 

 

Protection Potion

 

Purpose: to protect yourself and/or loved ones from all types of harm.

 

Wear gloves when mixing and using. You will need to combine in a jar or bottle:

 

2/4’s Cup of Spring Water
1 Teaspoon Vervain
2 Tablespoons Sea Salt
2 Tablespoons each of Frankincense and Myrrh

 

Sprinkle water very lightly around home in discreet places (i.e., in closets) and anoint the bottom of your shoes and those of loved ones. Dispose of remainder immediately after use.

 

Resource

Everything Under the Moon

 

 

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The Perfect Corresponding Spell for the Waxing Moon – Circuit of Protection Blessing

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Circuit of Protection Blessing

 

Hold your hands over the computer or peripheral and visualize it working flawlessly. Wait until you feel the energy begin to flow between your hands and the object, then say something like:

 

I build an aura around you
A circuit of protection, true
By Waxing Moon it grows and thrives
Protecting jumpers, cables, drives
And every part that’s capsulized
Within your body and comprise
The mechanism that you are;
A strong protection that now bars
All mishaps that might come your way
I seal you from this very day
By circuit of my energy
As I will, so mote it be

Everyday Moon Magic: Spells & Rituals for Abundant Living (Everyday Series)
Dorothy Morrison

 

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Irish Protection Sachets

Irish Protection Sachets

  • All-Purpose Protection Sachet:

    • Rosemary, Basil & Dill herbs.  

    • Place the dried herbs in a red or white cloth.

    • Tie it up with red yarn and place over the front door for protection.

  • Anti-Theft Sachet:

    • Caraway, Rosemary, Juniper & Elder herbs.

    • Place in a white cloth, tie with white yarn.

    • Hang somewhere prominently in your home.

  • Weather Protection Sachet:

    • Cedar, Mistletoe, Bay herbs.

    • Place in a white cloth, tie with white yarn.

    • Hang it in the highest place in the house.

  • Place a statue of a CAT on your roof for protection.

  • A statue of a Lion, Griffin or Dragon placed on your front porch will lend protection.

  • Scattering Rice on your roof will diffuse any evil forces sent your way.

  • Plant a Cactus at each corner of your houses foundation.This guards against unwanted influences and powers.

  • Hazelnuts strung on a red cord and hung in the home bring luck and money.

  • 3 I Ching Coins strung on a red cord and place on the doorknob on the inside of your front door will project against evil and danger.  Brings good
    luck

  • A sprig of Mistletoe hung from the ceiling protects home against hostile spirits.

An Irish Witch Bottle for Protection

An Irish Witch Bottle for Protection

  • Find a small bottle and fill it with needles, pins and Rosemary.

  • As you add these things to the bottle say: “Pins, needles, rosemary, wine. 

  •  In this Witch’s bottle of mine; Guard against harm and enmity; This is my will, so mote it be”

  • Visualize the herbs doing just that.  When the bottle is full, add red wine.

  • Cork or cap the bottle.  Drip wax from a RED or BLACK Candle to seal the bottle.

  • Bury the bottle at the furthest corner of your property or in the house out of sight.

  • The bottle destroys negativity and evil and protects you and your property.

A Spell to Repel Nastiness and Bullying

A Spell to Repel Nastiness and Bullying

To be truthful, this spell is for a disable member who is being pushed and shoved around by neighbors. Along with the spell, would you please assist me in sending her some protective energy. It bothers me to think what kind of people would bully a disabled person. Really to do something like that they are not people, they are monsters. I know, my friend, you were worried about the animals but I am worried about you.

You will need:

A shiny or reflective object such as a small mirror or a spare pair of spectacles.

Best time to use:

When under attack

The Spell:

*As the bully comes towards you, place the shiny object in front of you and say in your head:

Come no here in malice

*If the person begins or continues a tirade, look full into their eyes and say in your head:

Take back what  you inflict on me with all its barbs and feel the hurt.

*You are not cursing them, just sending back the negativity that rightly belongs to them and emanates from some inadequacy in their make-up that causes them to off-load on you their unpleasantness.

*As soon as possible, splash water the shiny or reflective object.

The Witches Magick for Wednesday, January 25th – A Few Hoodoo Protection Spells

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A Few Hoodoo Protection Spells

Silver Dime to Prevent Hoodoo
Ingredients:
Silver Dime
Drill
Leather Throng
Drill a hole into the silver dime and string it with the leather throng. Wearing this amulet will protect you from others attempting to Hoodoo you.

Using Dill Weed for Protection
Ingredients
Dill Weed
It’s believed that placing Dill weed over the tops of doorways will prevent anyone from entering the home who harbors ill will against the inhabitants.

Ashes For Protection
Ingredients:
Graveyard Dirt
Pen and Paper
Write out clearly what you desire protection against and the crumple up and burn the paper. Take the ashes and mix them with Graveyard dirt. Place it somewhere in your house or in a sachet to carry with you.

 

Gray’s Pocket Book Of Hoodoo Protection Spells: (Gray’s Pocket Books Series Book 3)
Deran Gray

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Protection Jar for the Home

Protection Jar for the Home
(author unknown)

Tools Needed:

  • Assortment of different colored threads
  • Scissors
  • Small Jar With A Screw On Lid

Instructions:

Cut the threads into 1-to-2 inch lengths and drop them one by one into the jar, say this as you drop each one:

“Bits of thread,
Protection shed”

When the jar is full, screw the lid on, lick your index finger and use it to draw a pentagram on the jar lid.

Charge the jars protective powers with the following incantation:

“Oh, Hestia of the hearth and home-
Guard my family with your might.
Protect them from all ills that roam,
With this little jar, sealed tight.
Protect this home, oh Hestia too,
Confine all evil to this jar.
Bring good vibrations-old and new-
And grant good will from near and far”

Place the jar in as central location as possible in your home

Celtic Tree of Rowan Protection Charm

Celtic Tree of Rowan Protection Charm
Author: Karri Aldrich

Also known as the Mountain Ash, the Rowan tree has long enjoyed magical eminence for it’s protective properties. WIth the festival of Imbolc just around the corner, it is a perfect time to clear your space of negative energy by making a protection charm for the remaining winter days ahead:

Burn a sprig of rosemary to cleanse your home, sweeping the rooms widdershins (counterclockwise) to banish stagnant energy. If possible, find a branch or twig from a Rowan/Mountain Ash tree. If Rowan is not available, use a sturdy branch of Rosemary. Wind a red ribbon around the branch and with each wind say:

“The power of Rowan
protects me and thee”

Hang the branch above your door.
You’re done!

Home or Business Protection Spell

Home or Business Protection Spell

To bless your home or business, place a bowl of candy, herbs or stones by your front entrance. Bless then bowl’s contents by speaking aloud the following verse:

“As all who enter here are Children of the Great Mother,
May those who pass always walk safely in her steps.
May they feel the guidance of her hand,
And know she is always with us,
From the time we meet till we meet again.”

Invite visitors to take an offering as they enter the premises.