Thursday This is Your Spell – Samhain Protection Powder Spell

October 2, 2008 at 2:38 pm (Cleansing, Magic, pagan, Protection, Spell, Thursday, Witch)

Protection from negativity is something one can never get enough of in today’s world, as it seems to surround us and beat at us constantly. With that in mind, here is today’s spell.

* Samhain Protection Powder Spell *
from "
HALLOWEEN Spells, Customs and Recipes"
by
Silver Ravenwolf

This powder is designed to work on Halloween Eve and can be used in spellwork or alone. You will need equal parts of the following:

  • Chili powder (protection and exorcism)
  • Black pepper (protection and exorcism)
  • Rosemary (protection)
  • Basil (protection)
  • Pumpkin spice (protection)
  • cloves (protection)
  • Black talc, optional

This is best made on a Saturday during a full moon but not necessary. Use a mortar and pestle to slowly grind ingredients into a fine powder. You can add Orrin root as a preservative if you plan on making a large batch (to share with friends). Hum the word PROTECTION as you mix the powder. Store in a dry place. At midnight on Halloween Eve, hold a black candle in your hands and ask Spirit to move all negativity away from you in the present and throughout the coming year. Light the candle, and put the powder into a clean bowl. Hold your hands over the powder as say:

"Witches’ lair and spirit-wolf night
Ancient Ones bring second sight
Blood and bones of those before
Help me with this little chore.
Herbs and talc and natural things
At my bidding, safety bring.
North for earth, and east for air
I summon Spirit to help me here."

Sprinkle some of the powder around the black candle. Allow the candle to burn completely. Bury the candle end off your property. Sprinkle powder in the corners of rooms to overcome feelings of irritation and anger. This can be done at the office as well. The mixture helps to avert future fights, will cleanse the mind of evil thoughts, and helps clear the head when you are experiencing negative emotions.

Disclaimer: No one involved in this blog or its contents may be held responsible for any adverse reactions arising from following any of the instructions/recipes on this list. It is the reader’s personal responsibility to exercise all precautions and use his or her own discretion if following any instructions or advice from this blog.

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