War Water

While we do not recommend hexing or jinxing anyone, it may be useful to know how it might be done. With that in mind here is a really simple Houseplant Jinx Spell that uses War Water as the main ingredient.

War Water is easy to make. The recipe can be found at the Magickal Apothecary.

Sprinkle War Water on the leaves and roots of a really nice plant and give it to the target as a gift. To intensify the strength of the jinx, gather Spanish Moss, add it to the Malevolent form of War Water and sprinkle the plant with that instead.

With different magickal intentions, this spell will also reverse a jinx for someone you care about. Simply infuse the standard form of War Water with lots of positive energy and good intentions, sprinkle it over a really nice houseplant and give it to your friend as a gift. The iron in the war water will also act as a ghost and bad spirit repellent.

From: The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells

War Water, which draws upon the power of iron, is notoriously used to cast potent hexes. However, what characterizes this Water of Mars is not malevolence but aggressive power. How that power is directed is determined by the spell caster. War water is also used to remove hexes and for basic but potent spiritual protection.

War Water is easy to make. The recipe can be found at the Magickal Apothecary.

Wash all thresholds, doorways, and gateways to the outside with War Water to set up the front line against all evil.

Boil nails or pins in a pan filled with War Water. Allow it to cool, remove the solids (the goal is not to create a literal mine field) and sprinkle the water as a magickal boundary of protection around the perimeter of your home.

From: The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells

Here’s a simple Hoodoo War Water spell to rid yourself of an adversary:

  1. Write your adversary’s name and identifying information on a strip of brown paper.
  2. Place it in a jar and cover it with War Water.
  3. Seal it tight and hide it in a dark, secret place.
  4. Shake the jar periodically.

Once you have succeeded in ridding yourself of your adversary, pour the water and what’s left of the paper out at a crossroads far from your home. Be sure to throw the jar away.

War Water, also known as Water of Mars, draws on the power of iron. Although it’s most famously used to send notorious and powerful hexes, War Water also creates a powerful, protective shield that repels danger of all kinds. War water is easy to make, here’s a recipe: War Water

Before you initiate the bath, first cleanse the home with War Water, especially the room in which you will bathe.

  • Add War Water to the bath water.
  • Immerse yourself completely three times.
  • Drain the water and allow yourself to air dry.
  • As an optional extra, add seven or nine bay leaves to the bath.

From: The Element Encyclopedia of 5000 Spells

War Water causes hexes but it also repels and removes them. Here’s a simple way to use it:

Add War Water to your bathwater. Light a white candle. As you soak, focus on the idea that the water is cleansing you and forming a protective barrier that no negative energy can penetrate. When you finish with the bath, visualize any negative energy that might have been attached to you, flowing down the drain. Dry yourself with a white towel.

War Water is not difficult to make, here’s a link to a simple recipe: War Water

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