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Posted: September 25, 2001 By: Jim Weaver
To break the curse of the evil eye assemble: a white candle, 1¼4 cup water, 1¼2 teaspoon olive oil, one small bowl, and nine whole cloves. Mix the water and olive oil in the bowl, and light the... Read more
Posted: July 23, 2002 By: Jim Weaver
In Appalachian folk magic, the wood of the hickory tree is valued for its ability to break curses and bring protection. To repel negative magic, go to a hickory tree during a Full Moon. Announce your... Read more
Posted: October 21, 2011 By: Raven Digitalis
The "evil eye" has long been a term denoting negative energy being sent from one person onto another. The term carries the notion of covetousness, envy, and wishes of destruction—in other words, it's... Read more
Posted: November 17, 2006 By: Lily Gardner-Butts
Color of the day: Rose
Incense of the day: Sandalwood
What would you like to change in your life? Your love interest, your affluence level, your career, or a bad habit? Buy three lengths of cord in... Read more
Posted: September 24, 2013 By: James Kambos
To break a curse, the curse's power must be bound, weekend, and destroyed. To break a suspected curse, never try to perform negative magic to harm the person who placed the curse; instead... Read more
Posted: March 19, 2014 By: Boudica
It's obvious you did something to make someone angry. That person is not going to reverse the spell, so you will need to do it yourself.
For an un-hexing ritual, my recommendation is bathing with... Read more
Posted: September 01, 2012 By: Boudica
"The evil that you have set upon me,
I return to you, three times three."
Curse work has always been controversial in our community.
Many oppose the concept of calling evil down upon another person,... Read more
Posted: September 13, 2012 By: James Kambos
If you feel you're the victim of a curse, or just a run of bad luck, try this old-time charm.
You'll need a large, rusty nail and a hammer. On a moonless night, when the wind is still and the... Read more
Posted: September 11, 2007 By: Elizabeth Barrette
Color of the day: Maroon
Incense of the day: Daffodil
A solar eclipse occurs as the Sun casts the Moon’s shadow across the Earth. It unites the powers of Sun and Moon, light and darkness, logic and... Read more
Posted: November 26, 2005 By: James Kambos
Color of the day: Black
Incense of the day: Lilac
The belief in the evil eye is taken quite seriously in many parts of the world. To break the curse of the evil eye, read the following spell.
In... Read more