Thursday, April 14, 2011

Jeudi: Root Work

A while ago I offered one of the spells my Gran learned from her Roma friends.  Of course, the Gypsies have a reputation for powerful magick and to some degree that is well deserved.  One thing I learned from listening to Grandma, though, was that powerful doesn’t mean complicated, regardless of discipline.

As an example, today’s offering from Gran’s bag of tricks.  This is a working specifically designed to be effective against someone who has stolen your beau (or belle) through manipulation or trickery.  You know the kind of person I’m talking about so I won’t go into bloody details.  Suffice it to say that this trick is fast, easy and – if you apply the appropriate focus – very effective.

Obtain a piece of brown paper that is one by three inches and a red ball-point pen.  Now write the name of the creature that snagged your sweetheart on the paper with the pen and fold the paper over once, all the while keeping focused on your objective of bringing misery in love to this person.  Tuck the name paper into the bottom drawer of any piece of furniture (with multiple drawers), built in or free standing, and forget about it.  Your former rival will lose lover after lover to manipulative jerks until you remove the name paper and dispose of it.

Easy, non?  And surprisingly effective.  But now a warning: be very certain that the object of your ire is deserving of retribution.  If your sweetheart picked them out and dumped you without their encouragement, the spell will rebound with a vengeance.  At that point, even burning the name paper won’t help.  When in doubt, let the Universe take care of those who need taking care of.  Bonne chance ~

Header: Unconscious Rivals by Lawrence Alma-Tadema c 1893

2 comments:

Timmy! said...

"When in doubt, let the Universe take care of those who need taking care of." - Good advice. That is my general philosophy and I pretty much try to stick with it.

Pauline said...

Exactly!