Rose Ariadne's Chitchcraft Blog

Dear Friends,

As witches, it is our responsibility to think long and hard before casting a spell to determine whether or not it is the right thing to do. Spells can be very powerful, and magick is not to be misused, which is why it is so important that we do not run around casting spells willy-nilly. However, there are of course going to be those times that we cast a spell and at some point down the road find ourselves with the need to remove or break the spell. Hopefully, this is not something you will have to do often, but in case the need should arise it is best to be prepared.

Removing a spell that you have cast is not really that difficult. You will first need to gather a few items that are essential to this particular cast. First, you will need something which belongs to you. This can be a bead from a piece of jewelry you own or even a piece of jewelry such as a ring or pendant, or some other personal item which is small and can easily be placed in a small piece of material. While it is only natural that you would not want to give up something that is highly valuable to you, in order for your intentions to be made clearly and show that you are serious, it is a sacrifice you must make.

You will also need a few white candles, rosemary oil, dried or fresh Angelica (which has exorcizing properties to help exorcize the spell), a small piece of black fabric (about 4-5 inches square), and a length of string for tying the fabric shut. To start the ritual for breaking the spell, prepare your area as you normally would for any other spell or ritual by casting the circle, etc. Anoint the candles with the rosemary oil before lighting.

Now you must appeal to the powers that be that granted the initial spell to you in the first place. To do so, say something along the lines of:

“The I once cast, I now ask to have removed. As a show of a true spirit and pure intentions, I offer a piece of me to hold the powers of this spell. I sacrifice this so that I may transfer the spell into it, where it can lie sleeping for the rest of it’s days. No further power shall this spell have. I ask you to grant this favor for me. As I will, so mote it be.”

Place the object which you are sacrificing into the center of the cloth, and sprinkle the Angelica around it. Wrap the cloth around the object and Angelica, and then wrap tightly with the length of string so that it is firmly closed shut. Knot of the ends securely, then pour some of the hot wax from the candles onto the knotted ends. Give thanks for the favor of having the spell broken, and close the circle.

Now you will need to dispose of the item. I prefer to take it out into the woods and bury it in an area where it will not be found, though you can just as easily take it and throw it away some where that is far away from your home. The choice of your disposal is completely up to you.

And that my dear friends is how to remove a spell that you have cast that now needs to be removed. Remember, just because it is possible to perform such a spell does not mean you should just run around casting spells because you can later take them back. This behavior is not something that is pleasing to the powers that be, and can come back to haunt you severely in the future. Be responsible, and only cast those spells which you are certain are needed, and hopefully you will never find the need to remove the work which you have done.
Brightest Blessings,

Rose Ariadne,
Your Warm and Caring “Resident Witch In Charge”

Posted by Rose Comments 2


  1. Marie-Christine says

    This practice I wasn’t familiar with it, I didn’t even thought that we could do it. I only did spells that are needed for either, myself or my family with their permission and to never causing any harm to anyone. But it good to know about such thing either and I couldn’t learn it without your wisdom. Thank you Rose.:wink:

    March 12th, 2010 | #
  2. Jackey says

    Hello Rose my question is I get your emails about spells you send to me but I can never find the materials that I need to perform them. Is that a bad sign. The spells don’t seem complicated but can’t the materials.

    March 12th, 2010 | #

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