Use this black curse spell to hit back against noisy neighbors, workplace bullies, and anybody bugging you…
Maybe it’s the darker evenings, maybe it’s because we’ve just passed Hallowe’en, maybe it’s just because I’m feeling evil, but the darker side is definitely coming to the surface these days.
This little bag of darkness is used in the same way as a traditional mojo bag, but with a pinch more of the devilish about it. If you have someone who’s really been bugging you, say a noisy neighbor or a work colleague who keeps hassling you, then you might like to put one of these together to give them a taste of their own medicine,
Remember, black magick is frowned upon by some. But if you have a genuine gripe with someone, and you feel happy with using it, then as long as you protect yourself, go ahead …
You don’t need much to put this parcel of mischief together, all it takes is:
- Black fabric bag
- Black curse rice
- A chunk of dragon’s blood resin
- Pentacle charm
If you can’t get hold of all 4 herbs, you can check for others to use online for this purpose, but you really want to have a couple of those in there. The pentacle charm can be made of anything, and you can use one that you get from a dollar store, it doesn’t need to be anything fancy. As we’ve just passed Hallowe’en, you might be lucky enough to find them at a discount, in which case I would buy a few and stash some away, as you never know when someone will give you a burning desire to put one of these hex bombs to work.
All you need to do is place everything in the bag – no special words or rituals, just concentrate on why they’re annoying you and pour all of that intent into the bag along with the ingredients. There you go, done and dusted!
Lastly, you want to place your hex bag as close to your intended target as possible. Maybe in a desk or locker, or you could bury it as near to their house as you can.
Whichever you choose, you can allow yourself a smirk of satisfaction after you’ve left your gift, and know that you won’t be getting grief from them for much longer!
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