Banishment Spell For Love Gone Wrong

Banishment Spell For Love Gone Wrong Cover BANISHMENT SPELL
Author Unknown

This is a spell for love gone wrong, for ending a personal, family or business
relationship that you no longer wish to be in. It is a fire spell. To work
it, gather herbs of protection and an image of the person (photograph, poppet,
etc.) Something Written in their own hand, a lock of hair, a piece of clothing
or a personal object will also do. Put everything into a fireproof container -
iron cauldron, marble mortar, whatever - and set fire to it as you perform the
spell. Add the photograph or a piece of paper with the person's name on it if
you have trouble getting the fire going. It should make a very satisfactory
blaze that reduces to ashes. The ashes can be buried or washed down a drain.
Flush them down a toilet if you are very angry. Dispose of all the objects that
connect you to the person: gifts, letters, photographs, etc. It is especially
important to get rid of jewelry. Move house if you have to. Be careful with
this spell. It's permanent, so don't use it unless you really mean forever. It's
also powerful. The person I used it against had a pregnant wife, and their child
was born with a hole in its heart.

By the crimson and the gold
By basilisk and bloodstone
By the garlic in the fields
By the poppies and what they yield
Invisibly I make my shield
To detect thee and deflect thee
And keep thy harm from me.
By dragon's blood and salamanders
By horses when their hooves strike sparks
By the dragon breathing flames
From the Book of Life I erase thy names
I cut the cords and unlock the chains
I sever all the ties by which we were bound
And with impenetrable walls myself I surround
Against thy power and its source
Against thy evil and its source
Vesta, Pele, Lilith
Kali Kali Kali
I banish thee forever from me
And any harm from thee to me
Doubles back and tables turned
Thou shalt by thyself be burned
Lilith, Vesta, Pele
Kali Ma Kali Ma
By the power of three times three
I banish thee, I banish thee, and I banish thee
I am set free
So mote it be!

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Spell Of The Arrow

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The Spell of the Arrow

This is a very old spell, which incorporates symbols which are placed along the shaft of an arrow. Traditionally this was performed on the shore of a lake, or other calm body of water (such as a Bay). It was necessary to be able to see the
"path of the Moon" in the water. This "path" is the reflection of the moon, stretched along the surface of the water.

To perform this spell, you must take a new arrow and place the symbols of your wish/desire along its shaft. Meaningful words or phrases may also be added. When the Moon is full, go to the shore, and face the water. Fix the arrow into your bow and gaze out upon the path of light (which leads to the Moon). Next, speak the words of enchantment, then release the arrow:

"Where path of Light, to Moon I see,
the powers of the Queen shall be !
Shaft of wood, as shaft of light,
earth to moon, does now give flight !

The arrow can either be shot out into the path on the water, or upward towards the Moon. The arrow was sacred to Diana, and was considered to carry special powers and blessings, in this type of spell. This is a folkmagic level spell, and speaks of the early Pagan simplicity concerning magic (more of the Shaman roots). My mother used to say that a ceremonial magician must prepare for magic, and wait upon the proper time and setting. But a witch can pick up a twig, anywhere, anytime, and work a spell of magic.

I thought that I would add a couple more basic sea spells, since I still have some room on this post.

1. To gain favor with the Goddess, form your name with white petals upon the shore, so that the tide will carry them out. This is a very old part of the Janarric Initiation ceremony, which ends with the new Initiate performing this, so that he/she is "introduced" to the God & Goddess, through the naming spell.

2. To break an "evil" spell (or cure an affliction) form 3 connecting towers out of wet sand, near the shore of the sea. Take 3 dark shells (or spotted shells)
and place a symbol of the thing you wish removed, on each. Use a substance which will wash away in the water. Place one of the shells upon the top of each tower.
Then simply sit, and focus on the towers as the waves come and break them down.
In your mind, see the power of the sea destroying the thing which you desire to remove.

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To Bless A New Relationship

To Bless A New Relationship Cover TO BLESS A NEW RELATIONSHIP

Bake a fresh loaf of bread. Hold it up to the moon and ask the lady to bless the
bread as well as the relationship. Break off a piece of the bread for your
partner, as well as one for Yourself as well. As you share time together, share
the bread as well. (Do not cut the bread with a knife or any Other cutting tool.
Just break off the pieces with your hands. Adding butter or jam might be a good
idea to help sweeten Things up a bit.)

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Wicca Candle Magick

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Book: Wicca Candle Magick by Gerina Dunwich

This is a very interesting book, don't get me wrong, but it left me wondering so many things. This book is sloppy, and it makes me wonder if Gerina put her whole heart into it or just threw it together? Some paragraphs made me feel like she was in a hurry. I'm not joking, the introduction made me feel like she was anxious to get the book over with, she wrote the paragraphs like she was in a hurry. I wish she would have explained Candle Magick in this book, she dwells on possibly unessessary things and includes too many things that I don't think belong in this book. Her information on making candles isn't that bad, but there are other methods as well, some of which are easier, but she does give several options. Some of her oils are just gross, and I can't see a lot of Wiccans using them. Her information on herbs and healing isn't bad at all, I just wish she would have explained how to use herbs, how to use herbs with candle magick, and examples of rituals and spells. Her info on herbs is good, if you've had experience. Her information on gems and crystal are good too, it just has nothing to do with candle magick itself. Her information on gods and godesses is always good in all her books, but in this book it is too long and drawn out, I wouldn't be suprised if there are 40 pages just about gods and goddesses used in Wicca and the candle colors associated with them. This is good information and it can be used for good reference, I'm just not sure it's necessary and makes me wonder if it was put in there to fill up space. Do you see what I mean? Her Sabbat rituals are not really candle rituals, she has good ideas for rituals, but some of her ideas are complicated, and unusuable for many readers. Plus, many Wiccans do not use ceremonial swords and do not cast magick circles in the way she does. But, as for almost any ritual in my opinion, it can be modified to fit your own needs, it just be nice, if you could follow it word by word. She is knowledgeable about the Sabbats, and her rituals are enlightening and fun to read. Her chapter on Candle Magick itself is strange, and it would be nice if there was some candle spells in it. Most of the spells she presents on a wide variety of topics contains candles, but I only considered ONE SPELL to actually be candle magick, and that was a love spells targeting individuals, something most Wiccans wouldn't do anyways. I'm not saying this is children's literature at all, but the way Gerina Dunwich writes in some places in this book, makes you feel like she is speaking to you either like a child or she doesn't care what you do kind of attitude. Her writing style in some places of this book might make some readers question her intelligence. That is rude, I know, but I am not joking. She does give a lot of spells, like some reviewers have said, some are very interesting, and some cover topics other authors avoid or may know nothing about, but some of her spells are bizarre, makes you wonder where she got them, some of her spells are gross, with disgusting ingredients, and some of her spells are almost impossible to perform for various reasons. She includes a chapter on Voudoun Candle Magick, which would have been nice if it included information about Voudoun Candle Magick, she is knowledgeable about Voodoo, and she does a good job explaining it and explaining Voodoo gods and goddesses and even how to make Voudoun candles, there is just very little information anyone can apply, but she does present Voudoun in an easy to understand, interesting, explainative manner of being. She includes a Voodoo ritual too, which I'm not sure is necessary, what was this book about again. She speaks about breaking Hoodoo (not Voodoo) curses, yet doesn't explain the background behind Hoodoo practice. Finally, as always, I liked her chapter on Candle Omens and Superstitions, and she even includes a listing of Occult and Metaphysical shops most of which I hope at least sell Candles accross the country. This book is good, I recently bought three more books and this one was the best, but this book is sort of thrown together, and makes me wonder more about what Gerina Dunwich was thinking when she wrote this book. For better information on Candle Magick, try Ray Buckland's Practical Candleburning Rituals: Spells and Rituals for every purpose.

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Blessing My New Home

Blessing My New Home Cover Touch the lintel and touch the wall,
Nothing but Blessings here befall!
Bless the candle that stands by itself,
Bless the book on the mantle shelf,
Bless the pillow for the tired head,
Bless the hearth and the light shed.
Friends who tarry here, let them know
A Three Fold blessing before they go.
Sleep for weariness - peace for sorrow
Faith in yesterday and tomorrow.
Firends who go from here, let them bear
The blessing of hope, wherever they fare.
Lintel and windows, sill and wall,
Nothing but good, this place befall.

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Circle Casting Dragon Style

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I just thought I'd drop a note on the traditional Dragon Tradition Circle casting. The circle is cast with the Blade, the Cup and the Censor. The Priest starts with the Blade in the north and draws the boundary of the circle. As he does he recites "I tread this Path for the Elements, that which comprises all that we see."

The HPS takes to sprinkling the boundaries with the Cup filled with salted water. She recites "I tread this Path for Self, a reflection of the Divine."

The HP then takes the censor and carries the smoke to the boundaries of the circle in a deosil direction. He recites "I tread this Path for Spirit, that which unites all things."
The HP or HPS then state the charge of our Circle. It is as follows.

"Our Circle is a place where hearts and minds can meet and share in the wonder and empowerment of a living and loving Goddess. We are a coven of friends, but above all things we are Family. Our Love and our Magick binds us together and our Circle keeps us and nurtures us. We are blessed. Blessed Be!"

The Dragon Guardians are then invoked.


Mighty Dragon, Guardian of the realms of the East. Your tongue is a sharp sword, cutting with the knowledge of the arcane. Your spirit flows as graceful as a swift in flight. Purify us with truth. Blessed Be.


Mighty Dragon, Guardian of the realms of the South, your breath is aflame with the fires of inspiration and passion. Your spirit is searing and fervent. Purify us with Love. Blessed Be.


Mighty Dragon, Guardian of the realms of the West, your coils are the cleansing healing waves that nurture the soul. Your spirit lunges, leaps and splashes like a Talbot at play. Purify us with pulsing tides. Blessed Be.


Mighty Dragon, Guardian of the realms of the North, your talons run like roots into the earth, giving you infinite strength. Your spirit is substantial, hard and pure like a clear crystal. Purify us with persistent wisdom. Blessed Be.

Each of these Dragons has a secret name that they are also invoked with. A suggestion is that anyone using these invocations meditate to find an appropriate name for each Guardian and use it along with or instead of the words "Mighty Dragon".

I find that the Circle charge sets the mood for the Circle and I change it to suit the situation. If anyone has ideas for a Circle charge, I'd like to hear them. I have a number of Circle charges that I use but fresh ones always are nice.

Blessed Be, Cameron Mandrake (DragonHart Coven)

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Faq On Wicca And Witchcraft And More

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Book: Faq On Wicca And Witchcraft And More by Gordon Ireland

This list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) is designed as an introduction to Wicca and to this newsgroup as well as a reference for those investigating the religion of Wicca for the first time.

This FAQ was first composed in March 1995 as a composite of three drafts by different authors: Lleu, Fireyes and Rain. Thanks to Lorax (tyagi nagasiva), Ounce, Karen, Janice Barlow, Anthony Thompson, Daniel Cohen, Balachandra, Bruce Jones and C.M. Joserlin ("Raven") for their helpful and thoughtful comments at various stages of this project. Their views have enriched it greatly.

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Spell Of Desire

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To make a man desire you sexually, write his full name with yours upon a crimson phallus shaped candle when the waxing moon enters the sign of Scorpio. Anoint the candle with must oil, light it, and repeat the following magickal incantation 3 times:


BEWITCH (man's full name)


Close your eyes and visualize the man of your desires making love to you.
Continue the erotic visualization until the candle burns itself completely out.

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Pagan Spells Mix Of Spells

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Book: Pagan Spells Mix Of Spells by Al Selden Leif

Spells are simply rituals used to perform magic. As discussed in Using Magic, the particular ritual is only part of what makes magic work. It can, however, be a very important part. Rituals help to focus your mind on your goals. Certain items can help to focus the mind in particular directions. By combining particular rituals with particular objects, you can virtually force your mind to focus in the direction you desire.

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Spells To Perform Against Enemies

Spells To Perform Against Enemies Cover 1. To harm a rival in love or a foe, pour cheap champagne into four corners of a square one moonless night ( Voodoo)
2. Form an image of the victim from meal, barley, or moistened earth, color the forehead red and clothe it in red. Point the head toward the north, and cut it off with an axe.
3. Incoporate pins in the wax image. Baste it in a mixture of water and ale; then roast it over a fire.
4. Baptize a large toad in the name of the victim, and make it swallow a piece of parchment (paper will do) inscribed with evil words or characters. Then tie with hair of the victim, and bury it under a threshholld or other place he (she) passes daily.
5. For each letter of the name of a person you wish to harm, take a stone and identify that stone with your enemy. Boil the stone until the water has evaporated, then throw the stone into a river, or large body of water. ( I have used this personally to injure my asshole stepfather, he was stricken with a horrible chest infection which nearly collapsed his lungs. He spent 21 days in a hospital. I used this spell inconjunction with a Satanic destruction ritual)
6. Make a picture of the victim out of black colored wax; Then shoot it with arrows.
7. "If anyone shall, with an entire new knife, cut asunder a lemon, using words impressive of hatred, contumely, or dislike, against any individual, the absent party, through at an unlimited distance, feels a certain inexpressible and cutting anguish of the heart, Together With a cold chilliness and failure throughout the body." (You may also stick pins in a lemon, orange or other fruit or vegetable. As the fruit dries and decays, your enemy will similarly waste away. Or call an herb or flower by the name of your enemy, and let it dry out.)
8. Stick pins into a sheep's heart and roast it over a fire into which salt has been thrown, saying: It is not this heart I mean to burn, but (name) heart that I mean to burn Wishing him neither rest nor peace till he is dead and gone.
9. Bury bottles or vials along a path where the victim will walk. When his foot touches the spot, he will become diseased.
10. To kill an enemy, say a mass for the dead in his name. This is especially effective when performed in a graveyard.
11. Prick a piece of leather nine times. (the true number of Satan).
12. To injure an enemy, wrap a washed human bone in cotton, along with Something that belongs to him.
13. While reciting incantations, throw into a well a pin and a pebble which the victim's initials have been engraved.
14. To bewitch an enemy to death: hang up a black toad by the heels and collect venom in an oyster shell and impregnate with it a piece of the victims soiles linen.
15. Weave hair of a victim into a bird's nesr to drive him mad. Or introduce the hair into a growing branch; as the wood covers it, he will become mad.
16. Consecrate nails, especially those from a coffin, using fumes of saturn (pepperwort root, frankincense). Follow the footsteps of your intended victim and prick the shape of an inverted Pentagram in all you can.
17. Make and hide a string of nine knots. Unless the victim can find it and untie the knots he will slowly die
18. " As the rising sun takes away the lustre of the stars, thus do I take away the strength of both the women and men that hate me. As many enemies as ye are, looking out against me, as I come on-of those who hate me, do I take away the strength, as the sun takes away the strength of persons asleep. " (recite this charm during a destruction ritual)
19. To make someones's hair fall out, collect pieces of it that have fallen when his hair was cut, and put them in a place where a bird will carry them away.
20. "I,-----------, will breathe on thee, three drops of blood I draw from thee . The first from thy heart , the other from thy liver, the third from thy vigorous life. By this I take all thy strength , and thou losest the strife." (repeat 3 times)

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