July 11, 2023
Hey all! For this edition of Spellwork Sunday I wanted to talk about magickal jar spells. Jar Spells have been used for centuries, and remnants of jar spells have been found amongst ancient European ruins for sometime. While they routinely have gone through bouts of popularity and use, there is no doubt that they can be an effective method for money and love spells, sex magick, charming a certain someone in particular, binding spells, breaking curses, and even yes, hexes.
I want to focus on using a jar for binding, and creating space between you and the person of your aim. Do you have someone in your life you just can’t seem to get away from? Be it an ex, a toxic coworker or a foe? This is the perfect way to deter their attention on you to somewhere else. A spell like this is not for the faint of heart, and making sure that your intent and how you go about this ritual is critical to insure an opposite effect does not occur.
You can create a simple altar for this, or make it as lavish as you want. Whatever holds importance for your spell is up to you!
If you have an altar then place the items on the altar, if you don’t have a specific altar that is fine.
Yaaaaas! You have successfully created and completed your jar spell!!! Let that person never find their way back to you!!! The space has been made!!! Many blessings!!!
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