Asunder an Enemy’s Plans

 

The following spell can be used to confound your enemies who would attempt to bring harm in your life. The sort of enemy referenced wouldn’t be a mortal enemy, but this is the type of enemy who is trying to bring moderate harm in your life.

You may need the following items for this spell:

White candle with stand
1 piece white typing paper
Red marker suitable for writing
Black marker Acceptable for writing
Psalm 70 (Can be read from the Bible or printed on a single page. The Psalm should be personalized, and if you have trouble doing this, refer to the modified version listed below.)
Bowl, non-flammable, or ashtray.
Table for items
A pair of scissors
Lighter or matches

Casting Instructions for ‘Put Asunder the Plans of an Enemy’

Information:The Psalms have been used for centuries as resources to focus spiritual energy towards a specific goal. These sacred writings are believed to include the breath of the Creator. And when these mysterious words are combined with visualization and intent, magic happens. The electricity from the Psalms does not come from the items used. These things function as visualization tools. The power comes from the Psalm itself and out of your visualizations.

Timing: This charm can be carried out at any time. Setting: The only consideration is that the spell should be done in a quiet location where the caster will not be disturbed. Duration: 30 to 45 minutes (However, there is no set minimum time.) Ritual: Find a quiet place where you will not be disturbed. The position of your body isn’t important, but you need to be comfortable. You should be sitting in front of your table with your candle, in its holder, in front of you. The ashtray should be adjacent to the candle. And Psalm 70 should be placed where you can read it. The rest of the items need to be put on the table also, but off to the side. Use the black magic manufacturer to compose your enemys name onto the white paper. You need to write the name small enough to have the ability to write the title 10 times on this sheet of paper. When you write the title, in black, draw a circle around the name with the red marker. The circles should be large enough merely to encircle the name. The red symbolizes protection. Now, use the scissors to cut the red circled titles out of the paper. You will now have 10 strips of paper with your enemys title on every strip. Dispose of the extra paper. Light the white candle. The color of the candle symbolizes the purity and righteousness of your own spell. As the candle is burning, slowly read the unedited version of Psalm 70, 10 times. Focus on what the words are saying. Next, read the personalized version of Psalm 70, 10 times. Again, focus on what’s being said. As you’re reading, envision your enemy trying to radiate damage to you, but that damage has been blocked, magnified, and then sent back to them. Picture Gods power flowing through you as you stop your enemys strategies to hurt you. Last, repeat the altered version of Psalm 70. After each reading, place one of the strips of paper to the candles flame, and set it into the ashtray. Burning the name signifies releasing the charm into the religious realm. Continues to picture as before. When the last strip is burned, continue to recite the altered Psalm for 5 minutes or so. When the spell is complete, clean up your area. You may save the candle for additional applications. Recall: Spells should be in the present moment. The spiritual truth creates the physical. Along with the spiritual truth exists before the physical. So, you should believe that your enemy’s strategies to harm you’ve come back, when you’re performing the spell. Do not believe after you have seen the manifestation of this spell. Believe that your spell has worked the moment it had been performed and as it was being done. Psalms 70

Make haste, O God, to deliver me make haste to help me, O LORD.
Let them be ashamed and confounded that seek after my soul: let them be turned backward, and put to confusion, that desire my hurt.
Let them be turned back for a reward of their shame that say, Aha, aha.
Let all those that seek thee rejoice and be glad in thee: and let such as love thy salvation say continually, Let God be magnified.
But I am poor and needy: make haste unto me, O God: thou art my help and my deliverer; O LORD, make no tarrying.

Leave a Reply

avatar
 
smilegrinwinkmrgreenneutraltwistedarrowshockunamusedcooleviloopsrazzrollcryeeklolmadsadexclamationquestionideahmmbegwhewchucklesillyenvyshutmouth
  Subscribe  
Notify of
Shares