Thursday, August 5, 2010

How to Make a Witch’s Bottle for Protection

Many people say, "I don't need protection. I don't have any enemies." However, it's possible for the nicest person to have enemies. Some people may be jealous of you, misunderstand you, or just dislike the way you dress or style your hair! They may be as sweet as pie to your face, but be bitterly jealous or angry behind your back. How do you protect yourself against negative energy that you don't even know about?

The best way to deal with this is a "witch's bottle." Witch's bottles, also known as charm bottles, are commonly used in spellwork for protection against negative energy. The goal is to protect yourself and at the same time, send back whatever is being sent at you.This is an ancient method of self-defense, known throughout folklore.

Items needed:
A small glass jar with lid
Sharp, rusty items such as nails, razor blades, bent pins, broken glass
Black pepper
Sea salt
Your own urine
Black candle
Red felt tip marker

Fill the jar with the items listed above (except for the black candle and red felt tip marker) and seal tightly. On the top of the lid, draw a pentagram with the red felt tip marker. Place the black candle on the lid of the jar and light it. Chant the following over the candle:
Candle of black and hexes old,
Release the powers that you hold.
Reverse the flow of spells once cast.
Leave pain and sorrow in the past.
Let the candle burn out. Take the jar and bury it in the earth close to your home. The witch's bottle will protect you and your family from harm for about six months. Making a new witch's bottle twice a year at a set time is a good practice to follow.

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Anonymous said...

Hi, I would like to know if the protection would work if we didn't bury the bottle, if we just carried with us or left it in our rooms. There is no privacy to bury a witch's bottle where I live, and driving far to find a place to bury it is not an option for me. Thanks, hope to hear from you soon.

Caitlin MacKenna said...

I don't know.