Valentine’s Day Love Spells

For Valentines Day I thought I’d share a few love spells.

These spells are about visualizing your soul mate and using white magic and the Laws of Attraction rather than voo-doo ju-ju black magic.

Warning! If you dabble into the black arts it can be sad and dangerous as you take away someone’s free-will and that’s never a good thing.

Basic Love Spell
Get three pieces of string: pink, red, green. Braid them together while thinking of your soul mate. Tie 7 knots in the string as you imagine this person. Wear or carry the braided string or keep it in a safe place.

 Spell For Bringing A Special Person Into Your life
At night, outside light a fire in a fireproof container. Concentrate on the person you want while drawing a red heart on a piece of paper. When finished burn it in the fire. White it burns meditate on your soul mate coming to you. When completed don’t forget to put out the fire.

Soul Mate Ritual
You will need 3 almonds, 3 raisins, milk and honey. Put the almonds and raisins under your pillow. Drink a glass of warm milk with a teaspoon of honey. Before you fall asleep keep that person in your mind.

Love Box Spell
During a new moon decorate a box yourself. Place 9 items into the box that represent love, romance and a relationship to you. Light a red and black candle. Pick up the objects in the box and focus on your soul mate. When finished snuff out the candles. Swap out items from time to time to keep fresh energy flowing.

Tarot Cards
Use only the star, lovers, and king-of-cups cards. Put the star card on a table and visualize that your soul mate is coming to you. Put the king-of-cups card on the table and think of your soul mate’s physical traits. Place the lovers card on top of the two cards and seal the deal.

Maybe the spells will work… or maybe not… no guarantees!

Books By JK Bovi
www.wickedhaints.com

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Ushering The Dead To The Other Side

In Savannah, the ushering of the dead to the other side, isn’t always an easy process. It’s a mish-mash culturally thing of European Christian belief from settlers, Native Americans, and African descendants.

Christians make it easy. Put the dead body in the graveyard, the soul goes to heaven or hell and that’s the end of that. The living are welcome to visit the marked grave, but don’t talk to the dead. Leave them in peace.

Native Americans send the dead off on a journey which requires a departure ceremony. They’re buried with items necessary for travel; foodstuffs, hunting tools, and of course trinkets of personal value. Have a nice trip!

The Africans put the dead in unmarked graves surrounded by a fence, but no gate. This is a sacred place and once a person was buried nobody was to disturb them. No visitors allowed. (Over time, people forget where the dead are buried and this is one reason why so many graves are accidentally discovered)

Of course, as everyone knows, the dead in Savannah don’t necessarily stay dead. So to be safe people had to come up with a back-up plan.

They put Haint Blue paint on a house to keep malicious spirits out. Or they make a Spirit Tree by hanging colorful glass bottles on branches that make noise in the wind which keeps the unwanted spirits away. Rich folk could have a house built with curved corners so a spirit would come in then follow the curve out. Having Mahi Mahi fish drain spouts pour spirits off the roof, down the drain, and into the streets where they can go bother somebody else.

And, if none of this works, perhaps a good o’l housecleaning exorcism might be what’s needed. Call in a priest, a shaman or a root-doctor and if that doesn’t work, call a realtor.

Books By JK Bovi
www.wickedhaints.com

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