Making A Fith Fath

Making A Fith Fath Cover
Make a model of the person from wax or clay, making it as much like the person
as possible, giving it all features, breasts, genitals, face, body shape, etc.
Purify and consecrate it in the usual way. Tie a red cord around the image and
use this as an umbilical cord to be attached to a female Witch in the vaginal
area. Now name the image of the person it is supposed to represent. Take it
to the altar and say to the Goddess, "This fith fath does represent ___name____,
and unto it we have breathed life and all that happens to it now, shall happen
to him/her, that it represents." High Priest has purified and consecrated a pair
of scissors before this and severed the image from the Witches body, who is
laying in the pentacle position on the floor. "Let each and every act done unto
this living fith fath be duplicated, that it then shall happen to whom it doth
represent. It is our will that this fith fath do remain quick and alive for the
space of a moon (or whatever you want it to be) and a day. At that time the life
shall depart from it and it shall restore and return to the nature of its former
self. As I will, so mote it be!"

You usually cover it with a power object that has been purified and consecrated
for healing purposes. Use you white handled knife and tick the image where the
pain or hurt is. Never use your athame. You must have utter faith and belief
that it will work, for if there is any doubt in your mind, do not try to make
this spell work.

Also try this free pdf e-books:

Howard Phillips Lovecraft - In The Vault
Swain Wodening - Anglo Saxon Witchcraft
Paul Huson - Mastering Witchcraft

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