Counteract The Dark Arts

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I always knew I wanted this to be one of my first few posts. Although every religion known to man kind talks about, validates and corroborates unseen forces of darkness – a lot of people would look to this post as hearsay.

There is not a witch alive, Good or Bad, that does not believe in dark energy. What makes a witch Good or Bad? Is it the forces she communicates with? The way she goes about her Witchiness? I’ll leave that up to moral obligations.

I’m here for truth and spreading knowledge according to my version of it.

Back to this post…..

Although every religion, myth & legend discusses negative energy, most people do not like to talk about it in the open, including other Witches. I understand why, in a sense – fear binding words create more fear and they do not want to invite attention from anyone who would stir debates. Understandable. I would never force a person to accept someone else’s version of the truth or force information on a person. I would never, in turn, tell someone that just because they don’t blog about something I would love to read, they are ill-informed.

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I would, however, like this blog to be a safe haven. Something I would love to read and go back to for excitement and an overabundance of information. I hope I can provide that for all of you.

Rebound Spell

Ingredients:

  • One Tablespoon Dried Sage {substitutes for this are Palo Santo or Holy Water}
  • Long Black String
  • Two Black Candles {any size, so long as they’re black. Magic works through intention and joy, that power manifests or multiplies. In terms of candle Magic, Black is mostly used to counteract negativity}
  • Small Square Paper
  • Black Pen

Please understand that if you are doing this while clearing/counteracting a lot of negative energy, cleansing the candles in salt after use or burying anything in Earth is not needed. Each spell is different, but if it involves Sage then you have nothing to worry about ❤ Black Magic spells can also be buried in Earth. That is something not a lot of Westerners know, but is popular in certain circles in India and The Middle East.

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Directions:

  1. Light your Black Candles & Cast your circle of Sage. It should be small enough to fit your paper only.
  2. Write the following down on a piece of paper {If it does not fit, right it on the front & back}: “Darkness, Be Gone From This Space. I Cast You Out From Time And Space.”
  3. Roll your piece of paper in a cylindrical shape & Bind the spell by wrapping the Black String around it. This can be fashioned any way you like, not necessarily around for a certain amount of time.

I know a lot of people like to extend the wrapping process. You can do that if you like.

‡Magic absorbs energy from all around us. If you are using fire, per se, then it will harness the energy from all around you‡I would also recommend to any practitioner of sorts, to always have crystals in your home or in your pocket – i.e Black Onyx‡

I know Sage is out of stock in most of our local Herb or Spiritual Shop, this is something I have picked up from conversations with friends & strangers. I found a very informational filled article online, so I wanted to post it for all of you to share ❤ :

How to Dry Sage in the Oven

by M.H. DYER  Last Updated: Oct 11, 2011

Sage, or Salvia officinalis, is an aromatic, perennial herb that grows easily in warm, dry climates. A sturdy, long-stemmed herb, sage is easily dried by air drying in a warm, dry room, or with a microwave oven or food dehydrator. You can also use your home oven to dry sage quickly and evenly. Store dried sage and use it to season soups, salads, meat, poultry or stuffing, or steep the dried leaves for flavorful tea.

Step 1

Preheat the oven to no higher than 180 degrees Fahrenheit.

Step 2

Rinse the sage gently under cool water. No washing is necessary if the sage is clean and hasn’t been exposed to pesticides or herbicides. Just shake the sage to remove dust or loose leaves.

Step 3

Strip the freshest leaves from the sage. Discard coarse stems and dry, wilted or damaged leaves.

Step 4

Arrange the sage in a single layer on a cookie sheet.

Step 5

Place the cookie sheet in the center rack of the oven.

Step 6

Prop the oven door open a few inches to provide air circulation and prevent the oven from becoming too warm.

Step 7

Stir the leaves with a long-handled spoon every 30 to 60 minutes to promote even drying.

Step 8

Allow the sage to dry for three to five hours, or until the leaves are completely dry and crumbly.

Step 9

Place the dried sage in an airtight glass or plastic container or a resealable plastic bag. Be sure the leaves are completely dry. Otherwise, mold may form on the leaves during storage.

Step 10

Store the dried sage in a dark, cool, dry place. When properly dried and stored away from heat, moisture and light, sage lasts up to one year.

Good Luck and Blessed Be…

Thajba

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12 comments

  1. Theyon Alexander · April 21

    you are absolutely beautiful 😥
    From now on I choose too …. find Peace

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  2. MishMish00 · April 21

    This was such a delight to my senses!! I am in LOVE with your blog Thajba!!

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  3. ZoeHealer123 · April 21

    I knew it. You were always the brightest. 🙂

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  4. ZoeHealer123 · April 21

    Got a right panic with the moderation system. Aha ❤ I know how this works now

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    • angelremedy · April 21

      Ahahahahah!! I decided to moderate comments for the beginning *ya never know* ;p

      Love you

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  5. WitchofThenighT · April 21

    Wow, that opening picture was soo captivatin. Not nearrrly as captivatin as Thejba, my dear!

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    • angelremedy · April 21

      Laughed at this comment so hard, babe. I will now change my name to Thejba: Seeker of Knowledge 😥 :0

      Love u

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  6. Mo · April 21

    123.. Can you see me?

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  7. Hestia · April 21

    This post has Goddess Hestia written all over it!

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