Grovedaughter Witchery

Revenge Curse Jar

Intent: To bring bad luck into the life of one who has wronged you.

Timing: Waning moon


    Clay poppet
    Toothpicks, pins, or nails
    Yarn or thread
    Lemon juice
    Glass jar
    1 fresh egg
    Black candle stub

Go to a patch of earth at a crossroads that is not likely to be disturbed. Carve the target’s name into the poppet and say aloud:

   Poppet, I name you [Name]. Your limbs are their limbs, your flesh  is their flesh. As you suffer, so shall they suffer.

Stick toothpicks/pins/nails into the poppet. Accompany each one with a particular malady you would like the target to suffer. Bind the poppet’s limbs, eyes, and mouth to prevent escape and drop it into the jar. Add more pins or nails if desired.

Add lemon juice.
    As the juice destroys the flesh, so let your fortunes sour
    Let the sweet be gone from your life forth from this very hour

Add the egg.
    As the egg disintegrates, your luck begins to rot
    Relief you will seek from my curse, but find it you will not

Light the black candle and drip the wax into the jar.
    This candle flame doth represent my hurt, my rage, my ire
    May all your fortune vanish, as kindling in a fire
    (If desired, light a piece of paper with a list of wrongs. Add the ashes to the jar.)
    May hardship come to find you with the waning of the moon
    [Name], my curse upon you from now till crack of doom

Alternatively (if you just want to teach someone a lesson):
    For all that you have angered me, my rage may yet relent
    [Name], my curse upon you until you do repent

Drop the candle stub into the jar and shake well. Bury the jar and walk away without looking back. Once at home, bathe thoroughly with the intention of washing away any residual energy still clinging to you. Wash your clothes and tools as well.

Note: These spells are the original creations of the witch known as Bree NicGarran. If you choose to post them elsewhere, please give credit.
Please note that these spells are meant as curios and are not guaranteed to work for everyone, or to be substitutes for practical action.
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