Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Healing Bath Candle Magic Spell



This spell is intended to aid with healing physical health problems. This spell should not be used as a replacement for medical treatment, and it should be noted that spells of this type often make ailments appear more severe in order to force you to seek medical aid or to make the condition more identifiable to a doctor. It will help speed healing if the complaint is a minor one, but will help you do what's needed with medicine for more extreme conditions. It's often a good choice when you've been suffering from a condition that is unclear -- such as an earache that could be nothing or could be an infection. The spell will bring on either the healing or the alert to seek medical help.

As always with spiritual baths, do not use any other soaps, shaving creams or shampoos in the bath. Take a separate shower first if you need to do any of these things. The spiritual bath should be dedicated to spiritual cleansing alone.

You need:
2 blue chime candles
Healing oil OR Radiant Health oil
3 parts dried rosemary
2 parts dried lavender
2 parts dried rose petals
1 part dried peppermint
1 part cinnamon chips
muslin or cheesecloth bag


  • Place the herbs into the bag. This combination of herbs is reputed by Scott Cunningham to aid with healing.
  • Draw a bath as hot as you can stand, and drop the herb bundle into the water. Let it steep into the water.
  • While the bath is being prepared, dress the two blue candles with Healing oil. Set up one candle on each side of the bathtub so that one will sit at your right and one at your left.
  • When the bath is ready, light the candles and step into the water.
  • Remain in the bath for at least 30 minutes. You can apply the herb bag to any particular body part afflicted in order to concentrate the energy while you soak. 
  • When you are done with the bath, drain the tub, and throw away the used herbs. The candles should be left to burn all the way down by themselves -- if you cannot allow them to do this in the bathroom, it is acceptable to remove them to some other location where they can burn undisturbed. 




Sunday, October 16, 2016

Heads Up -- some posts on this blog being combined

This blog's been up since 2009 and has almost 450 posts at the moment. So I have been going through and combining some of the posts that are about similar topics, in order to make them easier to find (so instead of there being 10 different old posts all on one topic, now there should be just one or two.) If you have an old link and aren't finding what you were looking for, try the search box at the right hand side of the page and it should come up.

This is going to be a gradual process so not everything has been combined just yet. I am also trying to improve the tags on old articles, making them easier to find.

Monday, October 10, 2016

Beware of Scams - Look only for Real Spells

I've posted before about the tricks of spiritual scammers. I've lately had a client who had unluckily tried to use one before discovering me, and has been giving me some accounts of the tricks that are used.

The spellcaster had lured in the client with promises that the spell was "guaranteed" and was supposed to work within 24 hours. (NOTE: no legitimate practitioner will make these kinds of claims.) When the spell didn't succeed, the scammer didn't give a refund, but instead began to insist that there was negative energy upon the client and that the spell would backfire if the client didn't give up more money for additional work. Happily, the client was onto the scammer by now and didn't fall for the claims. When that didn't work to terrify the client into forking over more cash, the scammer emailed the client from another email address claiming now to be a psychic who had sensed "a dark cloud of energy" around her and was warning her that her spell would fail and her situation even become worse unless she purchased an "aura cleansing."

It seems these guys won't let up once they think they have a sucker. Take care and buyer beware!