A third method consists in expanding the period
into a double-period (precisely as the phrase was lengthened into a
double-phrase, or period), by avoiding a perfect cadence at the end of
the second phrase, and adding another pair of phrases to ... Read more of The Double-period at Sings.ca
This spell was originally cast in response to a love spell I cast years ago. The spell worked almost too well. When I felt the need for closure, I conceived this spell.
NEEDED: One red candle
A small cauldron (anything that can hold a small fire will do).
A photograph or lock of hair of whomever the spell was originally cast on.
A pinch each of Dragonsblood (powder preferably), Peppermint, and Basil.
TIME: Best cast under the waning Moon.
Start by casting the ritual circle. When ready to perform spell work, turn facing South with the cauldron before you and the red candle just to the right. Light the photograph from the flame of the red candle and toss it into the cauldron. While doing this, invoke the power of the Southern flame by Chanting:
Hearken to the power of Djinn
King of Salamanders, Fire drakes, and of the Consciousness of flame
May thy power guide my hand.
Then, simply consecrate the flame by sprinkling the herbs into it while commanding:
My body united one with yours
With my heart I was so blind
Mind is grounded, spirit soars
I release us both now from this bind
By my body, by my heart,
By my spirit, by my mind,
By this fear that's really not
Now true love my heart can find.
Gaze into the flame. As you watch the photograph burn, feel the ties that bound you to that person also melt away. After the fire has burnt itself out, take a little time to meditate. Center yourself. The effects of the spell should be almost instantaneous. By the following morning, you'll start to see and feel things with a little more clarity. Don't forget, while closing your circle, to thank and bless Djinn, and the power of fire.