Releasing Spell

Hi there! I decided to post this because it’s been extremely helpful for me, and I’m sure it will be for everyone else too!! It’s a super easy spell I love to do.

This spell can get rid of your doubts or can get rid of a negative situation.

SUPPLIES NEEDED:

  • Piece of paper. Lined or printer is fine.
  • Black pen or marker.
  • The elements, be safe with them.

STEPS:

First, write down every single doubt you have on that piece of paper, or instead, write down the situation you want to get out of.

If you’re using fire,

BURN THAT BITCH.

If you’re using water,

DROWN THAT BITCH.

If you’re using the earth,

BURY THAT BITCH.

If you’re using air,

FLY THAT BITCH.

That’s it.

For fire, burn it and rid of the ashes. For water, soak it until the words are unreadable then flush it down the toilet. Earth, bury it. Air, rip it up on a windy day and throw it into the wind.

Using the elements will allow the negativity to detach from you.

Do this as many times as you need to, and let me know how it works for you, I love feedback!

~ Eris

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The amazing White Chapel of Senusret I, pharaoh of the 12th Dynasty in the Middle Kingdom (1971BC - 1926BC). These are some of the most exquisite carvings in Egyptian history. The chapel was reconstructed after its pieces were found in the third pylon in the Temple of Karnak by archaeologists in the late 1920s. It is now in the Open Air Museum in Karnak.

Hail Thoth (Djehuty) Architect of Truth

Hail Thoth, architect of truth, give me words of power that I may form the characters of my own evolution. I stand before the masters who witnessed the genesis, who were the authors of their own forms, who rolled into being, who walked the dark circuitous passages of their own becoming, who saw with their own eyes their destinies and the shapes of things to come.

Egyptian Book of the Dead - Awakening Osiris by Normandi Ellis

Image Credit - Xi Mkien Iehor: id-Dott Tott by meluseena

I always told myself that “black girls don’t need make up and weave to be beautiful, but if they want to wear it, that’s their business”… but I recently found out, that the women in Egypt wore eyeliner to keep the sun light out their eyes (football players use this trick today), & the ancient Egyptians regarded beauty as a sign of holiness. They believed that when they wore make up, they would have the protection of the gods. Even the statues had wigs, and the higher the status of a person the more make up, clothing, and the longer their wigs were. No wonder black women be feeling/looking so godly when they get dolled up. We created cosmetics, even tho we don’t need it. 👸🏽👸🏾👸🏿🙌🏿😻❤️👀😜 #BlackQueens #Makeup #KnowYourHistory

The god Thoth with Seti I, in the Tomb of Seti I (KV17)

“The ancients thought of death as the essential prelude to life. The two form a polarity; one is meaningless without the other, and they alternate in all spheres of nature - among men, animals, vegetation and stars. Death is passing from one kind of time to another - from life yesterday to life tomorrow. What is in the Underworld belongs to death, but it is in a state of becoming, where the ‘form’ or shape of things is given in which they will later “appear.””

Myth and Symbol in Ancient Egypt by R. T. Rundle Clark

This Egyptian beadnet dress (2551–2528 BC) is the earliest surviving example of such a garment, painstakingly reassembled over three years from approximately 7,000 beads found in an undisturbed burial of a female contemporary of King Khufu. Although their string had disintegrated, a few beads still lay in their original pattern on and around the mummy, permitting an accurate reconstruction. The color of the beads has faded, but the beadnet was originally blue and blue green in imitation of lapis lazuli and turquoise.

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1) Nefertari holding out her sekhem-sceptre presenting offerings in front of the God Atum.
2) Nephthys and Isis stand either side of a ram-headed God painted green like Osiris, hieroglyphs write “Osiris rests in Ra” (left) “Ra rests in Osiris”. Beyond the yellow division Nefertari stands looking to the left with her hands held out.

Tomb of Nefertari, Valley of the Queens, QV66, Luxor, Egypt.
Photograph by kairoinfo4u | flickr