This sort of spell will let a person who had talked behind your back and told lies about you, tell the truth. You do not need a name for this. This is a hoodoo trick (spell) and requires faith in God.
Casting Directions for ‘Caught You In My Web’
Capture a living spider, the bigger the better (dont get hurt). This might seem tricky but you need to capture a living fly. Put the spider in one jar and the fly into another Push aside the flie and the spider on your altar and trap the fly inside the spider jar, or the other way around. Now arrange the other candles in a triangle formation. Black on top and white on the floor. Set the jar in the middle. Light the black candle and say that this candle signify your lies and treachery you beseeched on me and how much damage you caused me Light both white candles. After that state the two of these candles signify the mild, discovering your slander and at the exact same time overcoming your deceit with the eyes of god standing before you, while recuperating my self image Light the frankincense incense and then hold up the jar into the skies and say Lord I’m your child, please assist me in this time of need! I offer this smoke so you can bestow me a boon! Please provide me hope and the satisfaction that my enemy who spoke lies about me, whoever they are, get their just desserts! Let this lie be no more, my dear father, please allow this person to relinquish the truth or be punish by whatever kind of punishment you believe they deserve! Place down the jar then say Let it be understood, just as this fly will be trapped in this web, that my foe will trip and fall on their own web of lies. The spider represent justice as it wont stop to quit trying to eat the spider, for the fly has no place to run but towards the shelter for god for forgiveness! Blow out the altar candles and then allow the spider absorb the fly. When that is done, blow out the remaining candles. Put the spider free where you found it at, or at least in secure spot. Leave the remains of this spell at the cross roads