This elaborate ritual, intended to force an errant husband’s return, pretty much tells the universe that you’re as good as dead if he doesn’t come home.
Here’s how it works:
The deserted spouse lies on the floor, stretched out like a corpse, with funerary candles at her head and feet. Stay in that position until the candles have burned out.
This spell is from Latin America and has a Roman Catholic orientation. It is suggested that the Christian Creed be repeated while waiting for the candles to burn down. Supplement with petitions. Substitute other prayers, petitions, and visualizations as appropriate.
Pay attention to your words as the candles burn out. Whatever you’re saying when they are actually extinguished must be repeated three times, while pounding on the floor with both fists.
Immediately call the spouse’s name and demand that spiritual authorities force his return:
Soul of Tulimeca, you who are in Rome
I need you to send me (name) child of (name),
repentant of all the grief he has caused me.
Humbled and full of love for me.
This ordeal must be repeated for three consecutive nights.
From: Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells
For friends who have had a misunderstanding, this will clear negativity.
You will need:
- Blue candle (for peace and healing)
- Lavender (for peace and purification)
- A rose (healing, love)
- Lavender oil
Here’s what to do:
- Bless ingredients.
- Anoint the candle with the oil.
Spirit, grant us clear minds and steady hearts,
a new road, and light burdens.
As I will, so mote it be.
Sprinkle the sugar in a circle around the candle, saying:
May our words and thoughts be sweet once more.
Sprinkle lavender in a circle outside the sugar, saying,
May our souls know peace.
Sprinkle rose petals in a circle outside the lavender, saying,
May our hearts know love again.
This spell does not bring you and your friend together again, nor does it dictate your actions. It merely asks that each heart be healed.
Magic can be created from the humblest articles. This spell derives from a time when sewing, mending, and needlework were constant, everyday practices. Here’s how it works:
Keep a little jar beside you as you sew. Every time you finish a thread, toss the bit into the jar, saying something to the effect of
“Bless this house.
Protect all within from harm and hardship.”
When the jar is full, seal the blessings within by laying one protective leaf or root on top. (For example: bay laurel leaf, angelica root, bethroot, or wormwood)
Close the jar tightly and store it near the top of the house, in the attic, or hang it from the rafters.
Source: Encyclopedia of 5,000 Spells
You can use snow to melt down a hard heart. Write the name of someone who is angry with you or cold hearted toward you and stick the paper in a bowl of fresh snow. (You can also use ice cubes.) Pour boiling water over the snow until it melts. Sprinkle this water around a picture of this person or across a path he is sure to tread.
Light a candle and say the following:
Goddess please help me to be,
Accepting from others idiosyncrasies.
Let me truly see the value of,
Greeting all with perfect love.
Guide my heart to let others be,
And treasure their individuality.
Each one unique and special find,
A positive thought in my mind.
To always be kind and fair,
So mote it be I now declare.
Each time you say it….
the spell will be stronger.
You will need:
- Glass jar
- Wooden Popsicle stick
- Permanent Marker
Put a mixture of one third honey, water, and sugar in a glass jar with a screw top. Take wooden Popsicle stick (or equivalent), write the name of the person who is creating problems through negative thoughts or actions on one side, and the perceived source of the problem (witches, a particular person, etc.) on the other side.
Place stick in the jar and at least once a day, shake the jar vigorously. The person who is having negative thoughts will have an improved ability to relate to those persons or things he didn’t like before. “He’ll have sweet thoughts and won’t know why.”
If this person is someone who is causing you a specific problem, when you shake the jar say:
“Sweet, sweet thoughts of me, you will think, constantly.”
It is said that each time you shake the bottle, the person will think sweet thoughts of you.
The purpose of this spell is to bring back an ex-lover or end an argument between friends. You will need the following items:
- 2 white candles
- A photo of your lover or friend
- A photo of yourself smiling
- A chamomile teabag
- A piece of blue material
Perform this spell at 8 o’clock in the evening. At exactly 8 o’clock light the candles and take a few deep relaxing breaths. Visualize a peaceful scene. Now hold in your hand the picture of your ex lover or friend and repeat this chant:
“With the light of the flame
I’ll light your desire,
When I speak your name
You’ll feel the glow from my fire.
With this spell you will come back to me
So I will it, so mote it be”
Say his or her name slowly 3 times and then put your picture face down on top of his or her picture so that the 2 images are together. Wrap up the pictures, along with the chamomile tea bag in the blue cloth. Put the package in a safe place. To make sure your ex lover or friend gets the message, light the candles and repeat his or her name 3 times each evening at 8 o’clock.
Found at: Spells of Magic
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