Ancient Mother of the Moonlight Bright
Who Lights the Way in the Darkest Night
Triple Goddess, Maiden, Mother and Crone
Ancient Father of the Forest, Rock and Stone
Green Man of the Wild Glade
Horned Hunter of the Sharpest Blade
Hear My Call...Hear My Plea
Hear Me as I Come to Thee
Lend Me Your Beauty and your Grace
Descend to my Circle, My Sacred Space
Lend Me Your Power, Your Strength and Might
Lead Me away from the Darkness and into thy Light
Give Me Courage as I Walk My Path
May I always find Thy Home and Hearth
Great Mother of Nature and all that I See
Hear My Words as I come to Thee
Great Father of the Rock, Mountain and Tree
Hear My Words as I come to Thee
May I Walk in Thy Blessed Love and Light
Guide My Feet through the Day and Night
In Thy Perfect Love and Harmony
With all that I am.....So Mote it Be!
Sunday, August 31, 2014
Ancient Mother of the Moonlight Bright
Thursday, August 28, 2014
As a hearth goddess, Hestia was also known for her hospitality. If a stranger came calling and seeking sanctuary, it was considered an offense against Hestia to turn the person away. Those who followed her were obligated to provide shelter and food to anyone truly in need. It was also emphasized that female guests given sanctuary were not to be violated -- again, a grave offense against Hestia.
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Please perform this spell with caution, and carefully consider the karma involved in messing with someone’s free will.
For this spell to win a person’s love, you will need:
Two red candlesOne gold candleOlive oilA piece of white cloth
Perform this spell during a full moon.
Take the olive oil and rub it into the candles, dressing them from centre to bottom and then from the centre to the top. Place the gold candle in front of you, and the red candles to either side of the gold one. Place yourself in a meditative state and think of the person whose love you wish to win. Immerse yourself in feelings of love and imaging drawing this person towards you. Now light the candles, and repeat the following incantation:
Here is (person’s name). This candle is him/her
This flame burns, as his/her spirit burns
I am my beloved’s, and my beloved is mine.
Let the candles burn down all night (be careful that they are in a place where nothing can catch fire!). Once they are burnt down to the ends, place them in the white cloth, and put it in a magical place, for example your altar. This will win the love of the person you wish to attract.
You will need:
A cup or bowl filled with waterA blue candleEssential oil – lavender, palmarosa or jasmine
Cast your circle and light the candle. Take ten deep breaths while gazing at the candle flame. For each in-breath, imagine that you are inhaling the peaceful blue colour of the candle, and for each out-breath, imagine all your frustrations leaving your body.
Now take the bowl of water, and put three drops of your chosen essential oil in it. Dip your fingers in the water, stirring slightly, and recite the following:
Blessed waters cool my spirit,
Fill me with your soothing peace.
Like the river I shall flow
Patiently, with joy and ease
Now blow out the candle and close your circle.
If you like, you can keep a bowl of water with the essential oil in it on your altar – if you feel impatient again, inhale the scent of the essential oil while repeating the incantation.
Monday, August 25, 2014
Athena was born a child of Zeus by his first wife, Metis, a goddess of wisdom. Because Zeus was afraid Metis might bear him a son who was mightier than himself, he swallowed her. While trapped inside Zeus, Metis began to make a helmet and robe for her unborn daughter. All that clanging and pounding caused Zeus to suffer terrible headaches, so he called for his son Hephaestus, the smith of the gods. Hephaestus split his father's skull open to relieve the pain, and out popped Athena, fully grown and clad in her new robe and helmet.
The cult of Athena emerged very early, as part of her position as a patroness of the city of Athens. She became Athens' protector after a dispute with her uncle, Poseideon, the god of the sea. Both Athena and Poseidon really liked a certain city on the coast of Greece, and both of them claimed ownership.
Finally, to solve the dispute, it was agreed that whoever could present the city with the best gift would forever be patron. Athena and Poseidon went to the Acropolis, where Poseidon struck the cliffside with his mighty trident. A spring welled up, which amazed and impressed the citizenry. However, the spring was salt water, so it wasn't really of much use to anyone.
Athena then presented the people with a simple olive tree. Although it wasn't as impressive as a spring, it was far more useful, because it presented the people with oil, food, and even wood. In thanks, they named the city Athens. Some people in Greece still worship Athena and pay homage to her at the Acropolis.
Athena is typically portrayed with her companion, Nike, the goddess of victory. She is also depicted carrying a shield bearing the head of the Gorgon. Because of her association with wisdom, Athena is usually shown with an owl nearby.
As a goddess of war, Athena often shows up in Greek legend to assist various heroes -- Heracles, Odysseus and Jason all got a helping hand from Athena. In classical myth, Athena never took any lovers, and was often revered as Athena the Virgin, or Athena Parthenos. This is where the Parthenon temple got its name. In some older stories, Athena is connected as either the mother or adoptive mother of Erichthonius, after an attempted rape by her brother, Hephaestus. In some versions of the story, she is a virgin mother, who raised Erichthonius after he was given to her by Gaia.
In another tradition, she is known as Pallas Athena, with Pallas actually being a separate entity. It's not clear whether Pallas is actually Athena's father, sister, or some other relationship. However, in each story, Athena goes into battle and accidentally kills Pallas, then taking the name for herself.
Although technically, Athena is a warrior goddess, she is not the same sort of war god that Ares is. While Ares goes to war with frenzy and chaos, Athena is the goddess who helps warriors make wise choices that will eventually lead to victory.
Today, many Hellenic Pagans still honor Athena in their rituals.
Hera is known as the first of Greek goddesses. As wife of Zeus, she's the leading lady of all the Olympians. Despite her husband's philandering ways -- or perhaps because of them -- she is the guardian of marriage and the sanctity of the home.
Hera fell in love with her brother, Zeus, but it wasn’t until she managed to get hold of some love magic from Aphrodite that he returned the feelings. It is, quite possibly, her deep love for Zeus that allows Hera to put up with all his mistresses - Zeus has gotten involved with numerous nymphs, sea maidens, human ladies, and even the random female farm animal. Although she begrudgingly tolerates his infidelities, Hera has been less then patient with the offspring of these mistresses. She is the one who drove Hercules -- the son of Zeus by Alcmene -- to madness, convincing him to murder his own wife and children in a fit of rage.
Hera's tolerance for Zeus' infidelities should not be interpreted as weakness. She was known to fly into jealous tirades, and wasn’t above using her husband's illegitimate offspring as weapons against their own mothers. Each of these children represented an insult to Hera, and she didn’t mind unleashing her wrath upon them. She also had no qualms about seeking vengeance upon other goddesses who felt themselves superior. At one point Antigone bragged that her hair was more fair than Hera. The queen of Olympus promptly turned Antigone's luscious locks into a nest of serpents.
Hera played a crucial role in the story of the Trojan War. At a banquet, a golden apple was presented by Eris, goddess of discord. It was decreed that whichever goddess -- Hera, Aphrodite, or Athena -- was the fairest should have the apple. Paris, a prince of Troy, was nominated to judge which goddess was most fair. Hera promised him power, Athena promised him wisdom, and Aphrodite offered him the most beautiful woman in the world. Paris chose Aphrodite as the fairest goddess, and she offered up the lovely Helen of Sparta, wife of King Menelaus. Hera was none too happy with the slight, so she decided that to pay Paris back, she would do everything in her power to see Troy destroyed in the war. She even drove her son Ares, god of war, off the battlefield when she saw he was fighting on behalf of the Trojan army.
Despite the fact that Zeus was always straying from the marriage bed, to Hera, the vows of her nuptials were sacred, and so she was never unfaithful to her husband. As such, she became known as a goddess of marriage and sovereignty. She was a protector of women, and is represented by such animals as the cow, the peacock and the lion. Hera is often portrayed holding a pomegranate, and wearing a crown. She is similar in aspect to the Roman Juno.
Saturday, August 23, 2014
In Greek mythology, Gaia personifies the earth. She was born of Chaos, and brought forth the sky, the mountains, the sea, and the god Uranus. After hooking up with Uranus, Gaia gave birth to the first races of Divine beings. The three Cyclopes were one-eyed giants named Bronte, Arges and Steropes. The three Hekatoncheires each had a hundred hands. Finally, the twelve Titans, led by Cronos, became the elder gods of Greek mythology.
Uranus wasn't thrilled about the offspring that he and Gaia had produced, so he forced them back inside her. As one might expect, she was less than pleased about this, so she persuaded Cronos to castrate his father. Later, she predicted that Cronos would be overthrown by one of his own children. As a precaution, Cronos devoured all of his own offspring, but his wife Rhea hid the infant Zeus from him. Later, Zeus dethroned his father and became the leader of the gods of Olympus.
Gaia herself caused life to spring forth from the earth, and is also the name given to the magical energy that makes certain locations sacred. The Oracle at Delphi was believed to be the most powerful prophetic site on earth, and was considered the center of the world, due to Gaia's energy.
The concept of an earth mother is not exclusive to Greek myth. In Roman legend, she is personified as Terra. The Sumerians honored Tiamet, and the Maori people honored Papatuanuku, the Sky Mother. Today, many Wiccans and NeoPagans honor Gaia as the earth, or as the archetypical embodiment of the Earth's power and energy.
Friday, August 22, 2014
Often described as a son of Aphrodite by her lover Ares, the god of war, Eros was a Greek god of lust and primal sexual desire. In fact, the word erotic comes from his name. He is personified in all kinds of love and lust -- heterosexual and homosexual -- and was worshipped at the center of a fertility cult that honored both Eros and Aphrodite together.
There does seem to be some question about Eros' parentage. In later Greek myth he is indicated to be Aphrodite's son, but Hesiod portrays him as merely her servant or attendant. Some stories say Eros is the child of Iris and Zephyrus, and early sources, such as Aristophanes, say he is the offspring of Nix and Erebus, which would make him quite an old god indeed.
During the classical Roman period, Eros evolved into Cupid, and became portrayed as the chubby cherub that still remains as a popular image today. He is typically shown blindfolded -- because, after all, love is blind -- and carrying a bow, with which he shot arrows at his intended targets. As Cupid, he is often invoked as a god of pure love during Valentine's Day, but in his original form, Eros was mostly about lust and passion.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Perhaps the best known of all the harvest mythologies is the story of Demeter and Persephone. Demeter was a goddess of grain and of the harvest in ancient Greece. Her daughter, Persephone, caught the eye of Hades, god of the underworld. When Hades abducted Persephone and took her back to the underworld, Demeter's grief caused the crops on earth to die and go dormant. By the time she finally recovered her daughter, Persephone had eaten six pomegranate seeds, and so was doomed to spend six months of the year in the underworld. These six months are the time when the earth dies, beginning at the time of the autumn equinox. Each year, Demeter mourns the loss of her daughter for six months. At Ostara, the greening of the earth begins once more and life begins anew.
In some interpretations of the story, Persephone is not held in the underworld against her will. Instead, she chooses to stay there for six months each year so that she can bring a little bit of brightness and light to the souls doomed to spend eternity with Hades.
You will need the following items for this spell:
Take equal parts of lavender, violet, and rosemary. Empower them and then boil them in a pot with about a quart of water over medium heat. When the water is richly colored and the herbs are scenting your kitchen, drain the water off into a jar. A plain coffee filter works great for this. Place the jar in sunlight for an entire day to absorb the radiant energies of the sun. (You can do this on a Wednesday to add the healing powers of mercury to the spell) Occasionally look at the jar and add your own energies to it. Just before sundown fetch the jar and hold it firmly between your hands just below your naval. Feel your desire to be well filling the jar and with your minds eye see it glowing brightly as the sun. Chant these words until you have filled the jar with as much energy as it will hold.
By the herb and by the sun wellness and I are now as one strengthening energies now are merged. Baneful energies now be purged.
Anoint spots where illness lurks or on your belly if you are unsure where the source of discomfort lies. Or pour contents into bath water.
To the Native American belief, the Great Spirit was the creator, a supreme being, the all-encompassing mother. Among the Sioux tribe, the Great Spirit is often called the Wakan Tanka.
This prayer is said to ask for her blessing.
Chant the following:
''Oh Great Spirit,
whose voice I hear in the winds,
and whose breath gives life to all the world,
I come before you, one of your children,
I am small and weak.
I seek your strength and wisdom.
Let me walk in beauty and make my eyes ever
behold the red and purple sunset.
Make my hands respect the things you have made,
my ears sharp to hear your voice.
Make me wise, so that I may know the things
you have taught my People,
the lesson you have hidden in every leaf and rock.
I seek strength not to be superior to my brothers,
but to be able to fight my greatest enemy, myself.
Make me ever ready to come to you, with clean hands and straight eyes,
so when life fades as a fading sunset,
my spirit may come to you without shame.
A quiet place
Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Also known as Wolfsbane, it can be used to make a wash for ritual tools & space.
Note: Poisonous, do not ingest. *Caution – Poisonous, do not consume*
Can be used in charms or spells for good luck, protection, wisdom, and personal power. Sacred to Druids and can be used at the tip of wands.
This herb can be used in spells and charms to stop gossip and slander or to promote healing. It has also been referred to as Serpent’s Tongue and is often considered sacred to those gods associated with snakes.
It is used in protection spells. It can also be used to reverse spells sent against you. It can also be used in “sleep” sachets that you place under your pillow to allow you a restful sleep.
Used for protection spells and divination. Associated with music and weather magic and sacred to Druids. A whistle made from the branch of an Alder tree is associate with the old superstition of whistling up the wind.
Used in spells involving prosperity, money and to ward off hunger.
This herb promotes determination and energy. It is also used in spells and charms that involve money, luck and healing. Can be used to create a healing herbal bath.
Associated with wisdom, money, fruitfulness, and prosperity. It can be used in spells and charms or burned as incense to attract abundance. Be careful to specify what type of abundance you are seeking.
Used for protection and luck. It can be hung in the home as a charm to attract luck and protection for those who live there. It can also be grown in pots and placed around the home to provide protection from accidents within the home.
Used for protection from harm and success. Helps to clear the mind and bring prosperity. Burn as an incense to transform the ambient negative energy to positive energy.
Protection and healing.
This herb is an excellent one to use for protection against negative energy. It can also be used in healing & exorcism incenses. It can be used in purification and uncrossing spells. It can be used in herbal baths for the purpose of removing curses, hexes, or spells. Sprinkle around the outside of your home for protection of the home.
Use in a sleep pillow to prevent disturbing dreams. A good herb to add to purification baths. Can be used in protection and meditation incenses. It can be used as an incense during the invocation of Mercury or Apollo.
Sometimes considered the food of the gods. Apples play an important role in many mythologies and are tied to fertility gods. It is also considered the food of the dead and is burned at Samhain in honor of those who will be reborn in the spring. It is traditional to leave two apples in the woods when you are finished hunting as an offering to the Horned God. Apple wood is also used in the making of wands to be used when doing rituals dealing with the underworld. It is also considered a sacred tree by the Druids. Apple cider can be substituted for spells/rituals that require blood or wine.
An excellent herb that is used in salves for the healing of bruises and sprains. It can be applied to where there is pain and/or inflammation of the skin
Basics - Meditation
Just some tips for those starting off...
1. Meditation should be carried out in a quiet room, preferably with some object for a focus point. Try using a pentagram for starters...being a Witch an all that!
2. Sit comfortably (you might be there for a while), in a chair or on the floor. The body should be completely relaxed with the head in a straight line with the spine.
3. Once you have achieved 1 & 2, and not before, the mind should be quietened and if possible stilled. An invocation to the elements should be performed before any meditation commences.
4. Breathing should be slowed down and lengthened, do not strain to keep to long or deep a breath. Slowly find a rhythm. Length and depth of breath will come with practice.
5. As the breath is taken, visualise an energy ( most visualise it as bright white light ) filling you, from the feet upward, as you exhale send it up through your head and then filling your magickal space ( most people create a dome above & around them with this energy).
6. Now look at the pentagram, relax, open your mind, see what comes into it, and think of the following things:
The uppermost point of the pentagram represents human awareness.
The lowermost points represent the four elements.
The continuous line is the energy of life itself unifying and connecting all things.
The pentagram symbolises our basic human instinct to be in harmony with the forces of nature.
Visualise yourself on the top point of the pentagram, connected to all the elements. Now spend a little time thinking about each element in turn.
As you continue to visualise yourself at the top of the pentagram, connected to the elements, notice that the real you, is greater than the sum of its parts...
You feel (Water)
You think (Air)
You respond, to the challenges of life (Fire)
You take responsibility, for yourself (Earth)
7. On starting of the visualisation there may be a feeling of descending or ascending. Just carry on.
8. On the termination of this feeling, you should have either some spiritual truth, if you have meditated without seed (the seed, being in this case the pentagram), or the answers to your questions of the seed (the pentagram).
9. This meditation may lead to astral projection and take you out of your body. If this should happen, try not to travel to far in these early stages.
10. Immediately the meditation becomes blank and its obvious there is no more information, it is time to return.
11. If astral traveling, immediately the vision becomes blurred, return to the body.
12. When returning, unless it is an emergency, return slowly. A quick return can harm.
13. Once safely back, take note of all you have seen, and conclude with thanks to the elements, each in turn.
Spiritual wisdom gained should be returned or used, for the benefit of humankind. This is my point of view anyway.
Remember those of you that are just starting, not to expect immediate results, practice practice practice
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Here is the spread:
Card 2: Recent past.
Card 3: Now.
Card 4: Future influences.
Card 5: External influences.
Card 6: The querent's attitude.
Card 7: Helpful energies.
Card 8: Obstacles to be overcome.
Card 9: Hope and fears.
Card 10: Final result.
Card 2: The way you see the other person in the relationship.
Card 3: The way they see themselves.
Card 4: What the person represents to you.
Card 5: What you represent to them.
Card 6: Obstacles within the relationship.
Card 7: Strengths within the relationship.
Card 8: Probable result.
As consciousness is evolving, so too are the meanings of the symbols.
Scrying comes from the Old English word descry meaning "to make out dimly" or "to reveal." Adding the prefix/suffix 'be' (often 'gye' in Germanic languages), gives us the modern word 'describe'.
Art of Scrying
The technique of deliberately looking for and declaring these initial images aloud, however trivial or irrelevant they may seem to the conscious mind, is done with the intent of deepening the trance state, wherein the scryer hears their own disassociated voice affirming what is seen within the concentrated state in a kind of feedback loop. This process culminates in the achievement of a final and desired end stage in which visual images and dramatic stories seem to be projected within the mind's eye of the scryer, like an inner movie. This overall process reputedly allows the scryer to "see" relevant events or images within the chosen medium.
Scrying has been used for thousands of years by different cultures. Ancient Egypt used scrying in their Initiations. This included water scrying, dream scrying, oil scrying, and mirror scrying. One legend states that the goddess Hathor carried a shield that could reflect back all things in their true light. From this shield she allegedly fashioned the first magic mirror to "see."
Ancient Persia -- the Shahnama, a semi-historical epic work written in the late 10th century, gives a description of what was called the Cup of Jamshid, used in pre-Islamic Persia, which was used by wizards and practitioners of the esoteric sciences for observing all the seven layers of the universe.
Ancient Greeks and Celts practiced scrying using beryl, crystal, black glass, polished quartz, water, and other transparent or light catching bodies. Nostradamus is believed to have employed a small bowl of water as a scrying tool into which he gazed and received images of future events. Alchemists Edward Kelley and John Dee employed a form of scrying using a small crystal ball or shewstone - a piece of polished obsidion. The crystal ball and wax tablets used by Dee and Kelley are on display at the British Museum in London.
Scrying is the occult practice of using a medium, most commonly a reflective surface or translucent body, to aid perceived psychic abilities such as clairvoyance. The media often used to "see" are water, polished precious stones, crystal balls, or mirrors. Scrying, in this context, uses a "visual" process. There are some who believe the art of scrying is not limited to the use of "reflective" or "translucent" bodies only, but includes other media. Scrying has been used in many cultures as a means of seeing the past, present, or future; in this sense scrying constitutes a form of divination.
- light a black candle if you can 7
After that, have a cup with milk in it. Pour some vinegar and squeeze some lemon/lime in there too. Stir the potion counter-clockwise 7 times. 7 is the number of completion Say what you wish like I curse you Tommy, may all your friendships crumble and die then say So Mote It Be dispose of the chemicals in the soil, or water. No other way.
Monday, August 11, 2014
- Blood of yourself
- Blood of the target
- Black soil
Take the target blood, put it on the soil, chat the following:
The blood, listen to me, destroy this target, _____did bad things to me, I WANT HIM TO REGRET! DESTROY HIM NOW! I COMMENT YOU! SO MOTE IT BE! SO MOTE IT BE!
Plant the needles on the target blood, as many as you want. The more, the powerful. But if it is just a punishment, just maximum 9. When it reaches 10, than you are killing the target.
- You may use anything other items to make the spell stronger.
- 1 pentacle (whether it be drawn on ground or on paper or just simply wearing a pentacle necklaces or earring ect.)
- Mouse or Rat
- Slab of Concrete or Tree Stump
- Ritual Knife
the ones they keep to feed snakes with are usually pretty cheap.
Find a good work surface like a slab of concrete or a tree stump.
Feed the rodent with poison, either generic rat poison or belladonna.
Before it can die, slit it's throat with a ritual knife,
and use its blood to inscribe the name of the target.
Cut it open and remove the liver.
Lay the liver on the name of the person,
and picture what kind of disease you want them to be afflicted with,
cancer, leprosy, etc.
Call out to whatever strong dark powers you have who will answer,
and draw three circles around the name,
then lay the liver over the name and burn it.
This can be done as many times as desired.
- 1 condom
- 1 rusty nail (substitute thorn if needed)
- black pepper
- black permanent marker
"I prick you where it hurts the most, in your pathetic little host."
Sprinkle with salt saying:
"I salt the wounds so that they sting, each time you try to use that thing."
Now blacken with pepper saying:
"And now, I set a penile fire,
So when your hardened by desire,
It burns like hell with no relief,
Then shrivels up within your briefs,
And all that is left upon your mind,
Is how to cool your burning time."
Place nail or thorn in condom, secure with knot and dispose of in a public trash receptacle.
- Incense sticks
- Black candles
- Black kohl
- And an object belonging to the person in question.
"As I drive pins into this doll may the man feel the pain the man in flesh and blood the man in vain"
- 1 pink candle
- 1 green candle
- 1 black candle
- bowl of water
- 3 drops green dye (food coloring works)
Now, get a bowl full of water and put 3 drops of green dye in it.
Now that you've done that, slowly tip the bowl over each candle allowing them to be
extinguished while at the same time chanting:
"Juina Shelt Fonsed."
You must do this very slowly and imagine the spell being lifted from your body and all the
good luck and fortune that will soon come to you and the evil that will go to the person
that placed the hex/curse upon you.
- a mirror
- another person that hates the same person
- a black candle
Thou who hath shunned me, thou who hath pained me may your soul burn to firey flames and ash
_______ i here by banish you to the flames of hell forever will you loose hope and love.
(you should both feel enraging power)
- 1 black candle
- 1 wax sigil, photo, something in resemblance of him or her.
Curse [person]This curse shall be layed upon the victim while burning am image of the victim (wax sigil, photograph, drawing, anything) in the flame of a consecrated black candle.
There has been unfairness done to me.
I summon the elements I envoke them.
I conjure them to do my bidding.
The four watchtowers shall lay their eyes and minds,
There shall be fear and guilt and bad blood,
There shall be submission and no pity.
I point the threefold law against thee against
Thee it shall be pointed threefold,
A hundred fold is the cost for my anger and pain
Thee shall be blinded by the fear blinded by the pain,
Blinded by me binded by me Cursed by me So mote it be!
- Image of person
- Thread (any color)
It I hang from a single thread
In a place no one shall see
Ill bring fear in the hear of him/her who shall harm me
He/she will be bind by fear from harming me further
He/she will be bind by fear from harming me at all
I will tie a knot in the thread when I wish secure the fear until I break it.
- Full Moon
- Time: Midnight
- Clear Voice
- Total Concentration
"Moon, Moon, I call upon you,
Destroy (full name) I want him/her through,
Poison his/her soul, wither his/her mind,
Leave no part of him/her behind,
Let them cry and be in pain,
Let them lie and go insane
Make him/her think he/she is scum,
Make him/her wish death would come!"
Chant this two more times.
This person, after this curse is cast, will be in unbearable pain, mental and physical.
However, this curse will only last till the next full moon. During the next full moon you can renew this curse.
Use this curse wisly.
WARNING: RESPECT THE MOON OR ELSE THIS CURSE WILL NOT WORK!
TREAT THE MOON THE WAY YOU WANT TO BE TREATED!
Also, this curse might not work unless you really hate the person you want to cast this on.
Lastly, if this curse still does not work than you have no magic and should not even be looking at spells.
Not to be afraid to use black magic
"Hatred and malice and anger I feel.
My insane side has been fueled by you
Vengeance is just
And you are worthy of my punishment
Feel the force of my lost pain
Feel the force of my lost anguish
Let terror haunt you
Strip all defenses from you
As long as there is darkness in my heart"
Say this three time, it's your choice how loudly but your voice must show your contempt. Send all the energy you put into the air towards them and form a prison with it around them, then sink it into their soul. When this is done walk away, the curse is set once you are out of their eye shot.
It doesn't unset the curse if they see you again after casting this.
If they have a shield up or try to block the spell, make it be consumed by the energy you put into the air.
I'm not sure if this curse can be sent back to you or not, be careful.
This spell is quite draining, make sure you have a lot of energy to use
You will need the following items for this spell:
Six pins / tacks
Two pieces of paper
Black pen / marker
Lighter / matches
Six black pouches
By Gods and Goddesses,
I curse ________,
As a punishment for all the hardships he / she has put me through.
This black curse,
This black power,
I curse thee."
Thursday, August 7, 2014
You will need the following items for this spell:
true hate for the person
First, go outside between 10:00 PM- 3:00 AM.
Light the black candle, and frown while meditating about the person and what shall happen to them (put your chin above the candle flame, but not too close!) Then chant the following with emphasis: "I call upon the gods and goddesses of night and darkness. From now to (date of curse to end) I shall curse ______. Begin the curse tonight, they will (insert what will happen). I call upon thee, begin the curse (chant this part 3 times)!"
Then when you feel a signal that says yes, snuff out the candles and thank the gods and goddesses.
Light be bright within my soul
Emerge from night, safe and whole
Peace is mine at this time
Piercing dark, my light shall shine
For now, for more, and ever true
With light and love am I imbued
- White candle
- Lavender incense
Light the incense with the candle
Stay at the candle and say:
To err is human
To forgive is divine
Grant me forgiveness
And peace and mind
- Grind the following together in a spice mill or using
- a mortar and pestle:
- 1/4 c sea salt
- 1/4 c lavender
- 1/4 c rosemary
- 2 Tablespoons peppermint
- 1 tsp angelica
- A small pinch of dragon's blood resin and/or sandalwood
cup baking soda in a jar and shake until thoroughly combined.
Scatter over your carpets and allow to sit for several hours
and absorb negative energy (as well as funky smells from
pets and what have you) before vacuuming up. On a wood
or tile floor sweep the debris into a single bowl and then
flush down running water if possible.
Sea salt, of course, gives its grounding energy to the mix,
and is a basic purifier as well as a consecrating agent.
Lavender is known for its loving properties and healing
compounds, as well as its peaceful scent. Rosemary is
much the same, but also has a strong protective component.
The peppermint further strengthens the mix; all three together
are antimicrobial and anti-critter but won't bother your
companion animals. Neither will the angelica, which is
edible--but also a strong banisher of negative energy.
The dragon's blood resin or sandalwood pack a good
hard energetic wallop; I call dragon's blood the Cosmic
Can of Whoopass. A little goes a long way, and it can
stain your carpets so go easy on it.