Thursday, December 6, 2012

Separation Spell to Get Over Someone

Some relationships just aren't meant to be. When that time has come that you know you have to let go, here's a spell that can make the pains of separation less severe.

You need:

Separation Bath
2 white candles
Special Oil #20 or Brown Oil
John the Conqueror Oil or Powder

  1. Draw a bath, and add the Separation bath to the water (whether you have bath crystals, a bubble bath, herbal infusion or whatever.) 
  2. Dress the two candles with Special Oil #20 and set them on either side of the bathtub. 
  3. Light the candles and get into the bath.
  4. Use the egg to rub your body, starting from the head and working down. Pay special attention to the heart and genital areas if the relationship was a romantic/sexual one.
  5. When the whole body is wiped down, toss the egg into the toilet and flush it away quickly without looking at it.
  6. You may remain in the bath for as long as desired -- I recommend at least 30 minutes so the water can soften and soak into the skin. Emerge when ready, but let the candles burn themselves out. 
  7. After the bath, use John the Conqueror oil or powder on your body to increase personal strength and conquer any enemies or obstacles ahead. 
This ritual may be repeated if required, but usually once is adequate; there are stronger rituals available for those cases which require it. However, if you know you're ready to let go and you just require a little extra push to ease you through, this may be the right work for you.


  1. How handy, thanks for sharing :)
    I do have one question, If You'd be kind to answer :) Can "Cut and Clear" or maybe "Bon Voyage" formulas substitute Separation, If one is lacking such at the time ?

    Many Blessings

    1. They could... I think of Separation as a little stronger since it's able to also Separate those who were presumably unwilling to separate (while still being gentle enough to use on yourself!)

    2. Where can I find something stronger

  2. Wouldn't the egg clog up the plumbing though?

    1. No, you put much more cloggy-inclined things down the standard toilet.

  3. Where can I find the bath& oil??

    1. lists suppliers I typically buy from.

  4. Just to confirm the egg is whole


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