How to Seal a Witch Bottle

The YouTube video above is taken directly from my free course, Everything You Need to Know About Witch Bottles. You can sign up for that here.

Everything You Need to Know About Witch Bottles is free (forever!) but it’s actually the first module of my larger course, Magical Methods.

Magical Methods is a low cost course with high value impact. Go beyond simple recipes and understand how different spells actually work! Once you know how existing spells are put together, you can create your own with ease.

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How to Remove a Curse with a Bell

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How to Remove a Curse With a Bell

Bells are awesome and sadly, like most sound making instruments, overlooked in witchcraft. The main function of bells is many traditions is to remove a curse, or negative energies, or for other protection magic. Many traditions use the pealing of a bell to drive away unwanted forces. Why do you think they ring at weddings?

Here is a super simple uncrossing or hex removing spell.

This also removes any nasty energies stuck to you that might not be a hex as such, but are bothering you.  You’ll need two bells and two hands to hold them in.

Start with your hands crossed in front of your waist/crotch area. Let them hang as long as they like, but ensure your wrists are crossed. Raise your hands above your head and around and to your sides. As you do this, your arms should naturally uncross. Repeat the circuit as many times as possible, and and flick your wrists on the downward drop of your hands to make the bells ring.

How Do I Find a Bell?

Charity, second hand and antique shops of FULL of them. They were in fashion as decorations about fifty years ago, so as the older generation dies, they’re finding their way into the charity shops.

The sort of bell doesn’t matter, but any kind of hand bell is preferable. I have a wooden and brass hand bell and a china one which is probably intended for decoration only but it has the little clapper thing inside which makes a noise, so it works. I’ve used those little commemorative or novelty bells before and they’ve worked fine.

 

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