Witchcraft curse using Deadly Nightshade

belladonna bottle

Belladonna, otherwise known as Deadly Nightshade, is a must-have cursing ingredient in any vengeful witch’s armory…

To lay a curse on an enemy, you’ll need some Belladonna, which can be difficult to find, but I was lucky enough to come across when I was out for a walk recently.

People tend to get rid of it as it’s poisonous, but you can still find it occasionally. Just remember you need to be extremely careful with it and keep it well away from kids and pets. Belladonna really is as deadly as its common name “Deadly Nightshade” suggests.

You will need:

  • A small glass bottle
  • Black curse rice
  • A needle
  • A black candle
  • Some metal filings or rust flakes
  • Dried belladonna

Light the black candle, and as it burns, focus all of your attention on the person that you are cursing, and why you are doing it. Make sure that you do this with all the intent and emotional intensity that you can muster as you cast the spell.

Put all of the correspondences (ingredients) into the bottle, and when the candle has started to melt, carefully start to drip the wax into the bottle. You are aiming to fill it up to at least a third, so it’s a good idea to start with a bottle that’s not too large. You also need to cover all of the ingredients with the wax. As you do this, again focus on your purpose for doing it, and add all of that intent into the working.

Finally, spit into the bottle and say “a curse be upon you” five times and seal the bottle up.

Bury it in the open somewhere quiet, and within a few days it should start to “work like a charm” as they say…

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Pip de Belfry View All →

Writer and purveyor of the magickal arts.

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