Boutèy de Baron: Enemy Protection
A spell bottle from me to you.
Hello, this is my first time posting one of my own concoctions. A little spell bottle I’m giving out from my personal set of spells. Open for all, this isn’t culturally based or anything. So, you are free to use it as you please.
“What’s this little bad boy do?”, you must be asking yourself. Well, It’s gonna be your best friend during the tough times when you might not have many friends. This bottle is a spell that’ll keep you protected from the will of those who plot against you and help with keeping your allies close. Sometimes you have to deal with nasty forces, this bottle will help stop any negative effects.
A great thing about this bottle is it’s quite literally an altar cleaner. Some of the items involved are leftovers from the works you may already be doing. So, scrounge up your scraps, cause you gonna need them.
- 2 Cinnamon Stick
- 4 Matches (Burned from a previous working)
- Black Salt
- White Salt
- Dried Red Flowers
- Strong Cologne
- Melted Wax (From previous working)
- Strong liquor (Completely optional)
- Strand of your own hair
- Red Chili Powder
- Incense Ashes (Burned from a previous working)
- Black Pepper
- A few droplets of water
- Dragon’s Blood. (Oil, Incense, etc.) (As long as the essence is there)
- Glass Bottle or Jar (A vessel that is glass and you can seal)
- Black String, Cloth, or Tape
Now that you have all the items together, you are going to put the ingredients in the bottle one by one. While doing so, focus on those who may be sending harm your way. Focus on their faces, names, or actions against you. Once you have focused, begin picturing yourself. Picture yourself unaffected. Feel yourself be free of all the chains they wish to hold you back with. When this is complete and all the ingrediants are all in the bottle, you can now close the top. Begin shaking the bottle. Any frustrations that you may have on your journey will now belong to the bottle. State it out loud, “Any frustrations I may have, this bottle will receive.”
The final step is to cover the bottle in a black covering. The contents do not have to be completely hidden, simply shaded a bit. After thie contents are shaded, you have now just finished my “Enemy Begone” Bottle.
May no one stand in your way