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Amythyst Raine
Author/Tarot Reader/Witch
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It's been a magickal and constructive day :) #awitchslife #enjoytoday
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You'll find many more spells in my online Book of Shadows at the following link. [Source]: These spells were created by me and can be found in my books...
https://wytchymystique.com/spells/

3. To Spite Your Face
One of the most frustrating foes to deal with is a person who is jealous and spiteful. This spell will deal with their energy, while most importantly, it will protect you from the fallout of their actions and their spitefulness.

Items needed:
1. A cauldron containing a nice little pile of burning herbs (slippery elm and sage would be nice, but sage will do), creating a respectable sized flame– you might want to use a small charcoal tablet, just to keep things going
2. A black votive candle
3. A photo of the target– if this is not available, their signature or a name paper will have to do
4. A red flannel bag
5. Three blossoms from a thorny plant, preferably a thistle; or three thorns– which are just as effective

Carve the target’s name on the black spell candle, and sit it on your altar, near your cauldron. Light it– with glee and delight, knowing that you are lighting a flame beneath your enemy’s feet.

You will take their photo and, with the focused emotions you feel at this person and their actions, you will mark it, slash it, spit on it, stomp on it– or do something else even more dastardly to it, all the while maintaining the focus and intent of your actions. It’s imperative that you do not loose sight of your intentions.

Burn this image in your cauldron, amidst the herbs and flames.
When the fire has burned down, the black candle has burned itself out, and everything has cooled down– except your emotions and will– deposit the ashes and remnants of this spell into the red flannel bag.

Then add three blossoms or three thorns to the bag, one at a time.

With the first blossom/thorn, say:

“The first I add to freeze your speech.”

With the second blossom/thorn, say:

“The second I add to halt your reach.”

With the third blossom/thorn, say:

“The third I add to spite your face,
That you may wallow in disgrace.”

Keep this bag in a safe and secret place, allowing the magic time to mature and ripen, that the target will feel the full effects.
BOS: Spells
BOS: Spells
wytchymystique.com
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Reader's Experience ~ Once, while doing public readings, I actually had a lady approach my table and ask, "Are you any good?"... #badmanners #wereyouraisedinabarn
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I'm working on the last major section of my book:
I'm working my way through the Kings, just finished them up with the King of Cups this morning. This is a peek at his "Light Side"...
When his positive energy comes to the forefront, you will not find a more tender amorous loving nature than the King of Cups. When his positive energy is dominant, his intuition comes alive; his sense of humor explodes on the scene with a light-hearted sweetness that can not be compared; compassion shines within him; and a renewed sense of purpose is awoken.
It is easy to get caught up in the child-like enthusiasm for whatever is the focus of the day. The King of Cups on the light-side is almost a polar opposite of his dark side, imbued with an innocence that overrides practicality, an innocence that is almost ethereal in quality, as though it comes from another source, another entity. When this King is wallowing in his light side, he often needs the hand of someone who will look at things with a firm grip on reality.
You will find this King playful, entertaining, charismatic, jubilantly enthusiastic, impractical, irresistible, and extremely fragile. As the dark side of this King often finds him destructive to other people and their lives; ironically, on his light side, he can be dangerously self-destructive. It’s as though he’s given a window, and from this new perspective, if only for a moment, he’s able to see the reality and the results of his bad choices, his narcissistic tendencies. He’s able to fully see and understand the consequences of his actions, but only for a moment, a single, shattering, clarifying moment.
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Looking for your Soul Mate? I found the perfect spread that may help you find them... http://tarotreadingswithamythystraine.blogspot.com #tarot #tarotspreads #loveandromance
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Good morning, from The Writer's Corner ~ Get out your pens and notebooks, and get ready for a fun writing exercise! Here's an interesting writer's prompt for a project. *Note: when it comes to characters, whether fictional or real, I often use tarot cards as an inspiration for personality profiles.
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