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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: October 03, 2015 By: James Kambos
To destroy a curse, cast this spell at midnight. You’ll need a fire in a fireplace, preferably; a cauldron will do. Gather three twigs, one each of oak, pine, and ash. Build a fire, but don’t burn... 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: May 23, 2014 By: Susan Pesznecker
The day I was officially cursed was the day I knew I'd arrived as a grown-up Pagan. The curse arose from misplaced anger over an event I had no part in. Nonetheless, I was the target of the... 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