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How to Break Any Witchcraft Spell - How to Reverse a Hex

Date Added: March 16, 2010 04:17:09 AM
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How to Break Any Witchcraft Spell - How to Reverse a Hex

Author: Rose Ariadne

There are many ways by which we can reverse or invalidate the effect of our spells or the spells that others cast on us. There are many ways to break a

witchcraft spell:

Hex breakers are meant to neutralize the hex by breaking the evil portion of the spells.

Uncrossing spells simply remove the hex in any in the spell. If there was no wicked intentions, then the spell will have no effect.

Antidote spells neutralize the effects of the spell. It does not further do any harm to the person who cast the spell.

Reversing Spells not only break the evil intentions of the spell but sends the effects back to the source of the spell.

Reversing spells are usually not recommended because the person who worked the original spell (with or without a hex) may also repeat the spell if s/he

suspects that it is not working. So hex breakers, antidote spell or uncrossing spells are recommended to stop the vicious cycle. Reversing spells also may

incur karmic debt since you are intentionally hurting someone.

Here are some hex removal spells:

Arrowroot spell

1 cup of arrowroot powder

Essential oils of peppermint, wintergreen and chamomile

Stir a few TINY drops of the above oil into the arrowroot powder. Stir to blend.

When the powder is mixed in with the protective oils, sprinkle it all over your

home or wherever negative energy from the hex resides.

Ash Hex-Breaker

Collect a basket full of leaves that have fallen from an Ash tree. While stirring the leaves in the basket with both your hands, speak about your fears

and what you would like to happen to get rid of them. Now scatter the leaves in all directions.

Curse Removal powder

Gather the following:

1 Tbsp sandalwood powder

1 Tbsp frankincense

1 Tbsp myrrh

1 cup crushed pine needles

Grind and powder the above. After a nice, cleansing bath, light charcoal and

burn the above powder. Meditate on the removal and resulting peace of mind until

the entire powder is charred.

Take the remains and scatter them in the wind.

Salt and Dragon's blood bath

Add Dragon's blood powder to jojoba oil. To create an essential oil of dragon's blood. Mix this with half a cup of salt and bathe in this water.

Repeat until curse is removed.

Evil GO BACK ritual

On a day when the moon is FULL, offer a cup of milk or honey to the Goddess and pour out your heart's worries and fears. Chant

Evil magic, draw back!

Evil magic can't come near

This is my will, so mote it be.

Uncrossing Ritual

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About the Author

Rose Ariadne has been practicing ancient forms of Witchcraft for over 25 years. Get more info about How to Reverse a Hex here:

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