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To Banish An Enemy

As anyone who works hoodoo, we know that an enemy can be out there, that some person  is possibly out to harm us in some way. It is important for all practitioners of magic to protect themselves from their enemies, and devise strategies to beat them. However, enemies consume time, attention, resources, well-being and happiness in life itself. So, the best thing to do is banish your enemy.

Normally, using a glass jar is traditional, but I have gone for a friendlier environmental impact by using either a toilet paper tube or paper towel tube, which will eventually compost/disintegrate naturally.

When the moon is in a waning phase, write on parchment paper (or whatever you have) the full name of the person you want to move, along with birth date if known.  Place hot peppers like jalapenos, cayenne, habaneros, Thai, or ghost.  Roll up the pepper inside the paper and then place the rolled up paper inside either a toilet paper tube or a paper towel tube, with a photo if you have one. Now pee on it. Really soak it in your pee! Pray Psalm 5:10 over it while peeing on it: “Declare them guilty, O God! Let their intrigues be their downfall. Banish them for their many sins, for they have rebelled against you.” (NIV). Toss into a river, visualize your enemy going far, far away as the bottle is washed away. As soon has you have thrown it into the river, turn around an walk away…do not look back.

You may be interested in this tarot spread that will reveal your enemy. Do this tarot spread to reveal your enemy to you before casting the “To Banish An Enemy Spell.”

Know Your Enemy Tarot Spread


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