Eternal Bond


Permanently links you to a creature.

You will need the following items for this spell:

Pet or animal that you own 2 acorns with caps still attached Strong thread Ingredient for a creature A piece of walnut wood A dark green candle A pink candle 3 white candles A black candle A walnut A bold marker or pen Paper 2 glasses of water A bowl Something to contain larger or smaller animals 2 Lily of the Valley flower heads A small cardboard circle A match to light the candles with

Casting Directions for ‘Eternal Bond’

Bring the animal to a fresh area. If it is too large or small, place you and it in some sort of containment. Calm and reassure the creature. Bring it to a calm state where it can sit comfortably. Take both acorns and 2 lengths of thread. Tie each thread so the acorn hangs in the middle, then tie one around your neck. Reduce the other to size and tie around the animals neck. Calm it down. If it flips out, your spell can’t be repeated for a year, so be careful!

Light the first white candle. Repeat three times:
The threads of the world slide over and under,
Forming beings, presence, and unspeakable wonders.
It will not stop, it is going to go on forever.
Tie here a knot and bring us together.
Now, touch your acorn to the animals.
Repeat three times:
Protect him/her from injury and demise.
Let life forever shine in his/her eyes.
Together we live, together we die.

Now light the second white candle and place the maple wood between you and the creature. Make sure they aren’t hurt by the candles, and that they don’t touch the walnut wood.

Chant 3 times:
Born again, different but the same.
This time pure siblings to our title.
We will live two lives, truly reborn.
May this link never be torn.

Touch the animal. Envision energy flowing between you and it. Feel your memories intertwining, a deep understanding forming, and a great calm overcoming both of you. Relax. Feel a communication beginning, and a second life. Feel a link between your memories out of your first life and your next. Clearly picture that you’ll be ensured for two lifetimes, and, depending on how far you bring it, maybe longer.

Now light the final white candle. Set the animals ingredient before it, make sure this isn’t eaten. Pour some water into a bowl for it. If it beverages, you drink. If it doesnt, you dont. Place the flowerheads (careful, poisonous!) To the second glass and cover it with the cardboard circle.

Chant once:
The flowers represent our spirits,
held in destiny. Me and you, me and you.

Say the animals name, now touch its ingredient and feel its energy. Visualize its soul entering your mind. Now touch its head and focus your energy on its mind to send it your soul.

Address your animal:
We are together, tightly bound.
No incantation to pull us apart.
Earth, air, water, fire.
We share one heart.

Light the pink candle. Imagine a rushing wave going deep into the maple wood and the flowerheads. Now imagine one blossom bearing your soul and another bearing the animals. This streams into the acorn necklaces. Now they bear some of each soul. Imagine the acorn necklaces giving you and the animal power and longevity while also streaming the spirits back so you each are completed by each other. The maple wood gives you life and bonds that you forever. Now light the green candle.

Our bond will hold us together. The green candle shall draw in our greed.

Now, move all the candles. Light the candle, and project your negativity into it. Mentally call to the animal to do the same. Now, when you feel calm, move the candle with the others. Let them burn as brightly as your newfound bond. Now, to complete it, say this thrice:

Chain us collectively to this stone.
Neither will ever be lonely.
We’ll protect it, We’ll defend,
So the bond will never end.
For if this quartz ever breaks, it is sure our bond to take.
Our spirits will disconnect and we will be missing,
Hearts as icy as a great frost.
Our next life will come to be.
The two (the animal, plural), you and me.
Born together, without pain.
Our great connection we’ll obtain.

Using the pencil, draw a pentagram on the paper. On the other side, write these details:

Animals name

Your name

Animals species

Shared abilities? (If you want to have the animals strengths and weaknesses in addition to your own, say so.)

Telepathic communication? (if you would like to communicate.)

Now, fold the paper and burn. Collect the ashes and put it in the flower water. Wear your acorn for a week. If the animal is fine with wearing it, make them wear it for a week. At the end of the week, come together with the animal again. If the creature isnt wearing the acorn necklace, put it on them. Bring out the flower cup, hold the quartz and repeat the last chant* three times. Now, take off the necklaces. Bury them with the quartz in a location important to you. You might want to consider visiting your hometown or the house you grew up in, or even your childhood climbing tree. Eliminate the flowerheads and bury them with the rest. Pour the water over it. The candles should be snuffed and buried before your current residence.

Animal Ingredient Examples:

Catnip for a cat

For mice or rats, wild berries.

For dogs, raw meat or animal bones.

To get a horse, a carrot or other vegetables that grow underground.

If confused, use its favorite treat (-not man-made, of course. Cat food, dog food, etc. are a big no-no).

Other Details:
If the spell fails, the recharge time is a year. Should you try it before this time, the creature will run away in the center of the spell. If they dont abandon you, they will probably hate you. Using man-made food may prevent you from forming the bond. Reading from a printout of the page is a fantastic idea, as flubbing up the spell counts as failing it. Side effects might include being awake when your creature is and being drained when your animal sleeps, being hungry when they’re, gaining their taste for food, etc..

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