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MAGIC BANISHING SPELL

To be performed during the waning moon. --heatproof container or cauldron --black or white candle --basil and garlic (for uncrossing, protection) --paper/black pen Cast the circle Invocation of the God and Goddess Statement of purpose I am here to banish negative influences from my life. Right now, (name) is exerting an extremely negative force upon me. I ask for the God and Goddess to assist me in banishing these forces and eliminating his/her destructiveness.

Consecrate the cauldron as follows sprinkle with salt-water recite: In the name of the Lord and Lady I charge you to serve me within this circle. I clear you of all former influences and energies that you may be fit for the workings of Magic herein. Do the same with the candle. On a piece of paper, write full name of person to be banished. Roll up and tie with black string. Sprinkle with salt water and recite

Thou creature of paper. By paper made, by paper changed. Thou art not paper, but thou art negative influences in (person to be bound). So mote it be! Light the black candle. Burn the paper in the candle, visualizing all negative power over you vanishing in the flames and rising out of your world with the smoke Sprinkle basil and garlic over the flames and recite: Blazing force of cleansing fire Help me in this rite. By air and earth, water and fire So be you bound With this rite, Your power takes flight Sky and sea, Keep harm from me Cord go round, Power be bound Your negativity will no longer come my way. From henceforth, your power over me is banished. So Mote it Be! Let paper burn itself out while visualizing a healthy, positive relationship with the person. Cakes and Ale Thanking the God and Goddess Close the circle, thank the watchtowers for their protection.

 

 


 

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