remove a curse, remove a spell

Remove a Curse or The Evil Eye

If you believe that a curse has been placed upon you or your family then this is for you – how to remove a curseSometimes you know for certain that a curse has been placed upon you as the one who cast it has told you, other times you may suspect it due to the events that are taking place in your life, or an uneasy feeling, or sense that you are under a cloud, or the ‘evil eye’.

Here is a spell that you can cast yourself to remove a curse that has been placed upon you, or your family.

This spell is an uncrossing one and is very powerful. It will remove the negative spell that has been cast be it a curse, a hex or the  evil eye.

To remove a curse with this spell you will need the following:

  • fresh or dried St. John’s Wort
  • white sage
  • dragons blood resin powder
  • ceremonial knife, dagger, or athame if you have one
  • a white candle
  • a black candle
  • a bowl of salt
  • a bowl of water
  • a sachet to put your herbs in
  •  one whole ripe lemon.

Cast a circle as you normally do, and light all the candles. Whilst you hold the lemon in your hands, focus your concentration on the lemon. See it drawing the curse away from you. Dip your athame into the bowl of water and then use it to slice the lemon into three separate pieces. Hold the three pieces of lemon in your hands, and once again focus on the lemon drawing the curse away from you and seeing it being absorbed into the pulp of the fruit. Then repeat the following incantation, slowly, three times:

Let this lemon do it’s task
Remove this curse is what I ask
Remove from me this dark despair
As this lemon dries in the air

Remove his/her spell, I break this curse
I wish no harm, no spell reverse
Do not return this spell of pain
My only intent is to be free again.

Dip each slice of lemon into the salt an roll it around so that that it is completely coated. Set the coated slices onto a glass or ceramic plate to leave upon the altar. Place the herbs into the sachet, and tie securely closed. Your spell is now complete, and you can give thanks and remove the circle.

The slices of lemon need to be left upon your altar until they completely dry out. If they begin to rot, you will need to repeat the entire spell again, as this means that the the lemon was not able to absorb the entire curse. During the period whilst you are waiting for the lemon to dry, keep the sachet of herbs with you. The herbs protects you against the curse until it is removed. Once the lemon is completely dried out, you can throw it away or bury it. You can also stop carrying the sachet with you.  You can also repeat this process to remove a curse that has been cast.