Almanac. It is intended to be used to prevent someone from causing you harm,
and I have also used it to batten down anger (my own and another's). In order
to work properly it requires full concentration.
Take a short length of black thread.
Tie a knot in one end, saying: 'One to seek him/her/it.' (choose whichever
pronoun is appropriate)
Tie a knot in the middle, saying: 'One to find him/her/it,'
Tie a knot in the other end, saying: 'One to bring him/her/it,'
Tie the two ends together, saying: 'One to bind him/her/it.'
Bury the knotted thread far away from your property or drop it on a road or
waste ground far from where you live.
And that's right, the rhyme is adapted straight out of Tolkien! However, I do
NOT recommend that you finish off this spell with 'In the land of Mordor where
the shadows lie'!
Also try this free pdf e-books:Kelly Link - Magic For Beginners
Anonymous - Divination Spreads
Aleister Crowley - Concerning Blasphemy
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