You’ll need the card Counterspell (any version will do; if you don’t have one, you can use an image of the card), two basic Island cards (or images of them), paper and pen/pencil, and a blue candle and something fireproof to place the paper in after.
Light the candle. Write down the intent of the spell you wish to counter. Set it in front of the candle. Place your two Islands side by side across from the paper, then tap them for their mana (turn them sideways). Play Counterspell - set it in between the paper and the Islands, and say something along the lines of “I counter that spell.” Take the paper and send it to the graveyard - place it over the flame and let it burn in your fireproof container.
The spell is countered.
How do I go about finding witches in my area?
Also I’m in Central Texas. If you are too then I’d love to follow your witch craft blog.
Someone I know is organizing a traditional witch group in Houston Texas, let me know if you want me to pass along his info.
Austin area here!
And how, pray tell, shall a beginner learn to defend themselves if they’re never given the opportunity to study the curses that may be cast upon them?
Abstinence and enforced ignorance is not education.
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Lewis Carroll (AKA Charles Dodgeson) was very fond of inventing word games, and one such game was Doublets—in which a word was, through a sequence of letter substitutions—transformed into a synonym of the same number of letters. For example: cat-cot-cog-dog
So I thought to use it for spells!
Say you want to bring more money into your life. You might try something like “poor-roor-rooh-roch-rich.” You might write it on paper, charge it with intent by chanting the sequence with a focus on bringing money to yourself, and burn it to release that intent.
Play around with it! It’s all a game~
Here are some more!!
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A simple household charm that just about anyone can do. This is more of a technique than a flat-out spell and is easily altered to your needs.
Pictures and such beyond the jump. Heads up for enchanted shit in the pictures and sigils that may be in the background.
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