WITCH POWDER

WITCH POWDER

Can be sprinkled on objects or people

Rubbed into special parts of the body in an attempt to gain certain objectives

Kept in the home or place of business to attract or repel specific aims

Pinched into Conjure Bags

Buried with Charms

Added to Spells Ritual ingredients to enhance the effects of what you are accomplishing

Blown in a certain direction for one singular purpose

Poured onto the Earth in Symbols

Sprinkled on a pathway sidewalk or street stepping backwards

Also included with the Powders are

Salt
Sand
Glitter
Dried Herbs
Drop of Essential Oil
Talcum Powder
Ancestor Graveyard Dirt
Sulfur
SugarAfter you have gathered together the materials you will need

Combine them one at a time in a Mortar then with your thoughts on what you are doing and why you are doing it take the Pestle and grind them all down into a dust like powder

When blended pour the Powder into a glass jar or bottle lid it tightly and label it ready for use to sprinkle it about to release its power

LUCK POWDER

To bring good things your way

All dried herbs

Irish Moss
Nettle
Star Anise
Clover
Silver Glitter
Talcum Powder

WISH POWDER

To bring forth wishes to come true

All dried herbs

Sage
Sandlewood
Vanilla Bean
Dandelion Seeds
Talcum Powder
Blue Glitter

ATLANTIC CITY POWDER

A gamblers delight to sprinkle on the chair you are about to sit on to play games of chance

All dried herbs

Patchouli
Lemon Peel
Jasmine
Green Talcum Powder
Silver and Gold Glitter

Many have used this Powder to banish a streak of bad luck at the games of chance with much successKeep your Magical goal firmly in your mind

Then hold a pinch of the Powder once blended together ever so tightly between your two fingers and envision the outcome that you desire

Once you feel that outcome you can see it with your eyes closed put that pinch back into the rest of the Powder for it is now filled with your energy

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