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I haven't done any spellcraft in a long time and the last spell I did, didn't work. So I'm kind of discouraged on trying anything.
...the issue of your doubtfulness about spell work. This is the one point upon which i cannot help you. Taking the leap of faith to perform spell work is an individual matter.
jadejenova wrote:Oh okay.
So I just need to pick a crossroads that I don't travel regularly (if at all) and park the car in way where I don't look back right? And it's okay that my bf would be driving/watching me..right?
jadejenova wrote:I kinda have to bring him since the crossroads i'm using is pretty far and nowhere near walking distance. He totally understands what I'm doing and is game for it. He's also mentioned that he wanted one for himself and I already stressed to him (though i didnt need too) that he couldnt mention any of this to anyone else for anything. I think it would still work as long as he and I are both optimistic and we keep our lips zipped. Btw when I throw the water over my left shoulder do I have to time it RIGHT before the sun rises or do I have to do it just before the sun rises as in there is no real time limit as long as its still dark and the sun isnt up.
Antonella wrote:What day is the best to start with the uncrossing spell kit? Sunday?
Can it be started on Wednesday? (or another day)
What would the difference be
The spell kit requires to go to a crossroads 2 days while performing the uncrossing to throw away the bath water:
- can I just take some of the bath water to the crossroads, or should I bring all the water I'll use?
- is it better to go to a different crossroads each time?
- does it have to be a place where I won't go back?
The 7th day, to dispose of the materials used like wax of the candles, should I just leave them at a crossroads or is it better to dig a hole on the ground and put them in it (far away from my house)?
Antonella wrote:I want to tell about something strange that happened on day 3 of the uncrossing. The candle was almost finished, and I was so tired I was kind of sleeping, well, all of the time the candle kept on burning but very little (when i opened my eyes it's what I saw), the, when I got up, the candle started burning higher until it finished, and there was white smoke. By the way, all of the house smelled of burning candle, I think it was because of the very low flame. What do you think?
On the last day can I use chinese wash as a bath too? Can I keep a little of the bath water and throw it after cleaning my house with the chinese wash outside my door? Do I have to wash the house before dawn? (I hope not).
Re: uncrossing spell kit QUESTION
Postby NotDorianGray » Mon Sep 28, 2009 9:42 pm
Adapt. Make do. I can't eat eggs or dairy products, but that doesn't stop me baking a cake. I substitute ingredients, I find what works, and the cake is just as good as if I'd followed a recipe with eggs and milk in it. Same goes for spellwork. Can't get to a crossroads? Find somewhere else to safely bury your spell remains. Nowhere to dig at the crossroads? Try (if it's environmjentally safe to do so) dropping them down a stormwater drain. Got a river nearby? The ocean? Patch of dirt? There's no one right way to do things. You work with what you have and make do with what you're capable of. You just need to be more open mnded and creative, and don't trap yourself into thinking that because it can't be done a certain way, it can't be done at all.
Re: uncrossing spell kit QUESTION
Postby NotDorianGray » Tue Sep 29, 2009 3:15 am
You can actually make a portable crossroads by sprinkling sand or flour or chalk dust in an X shape on the ground, then bury it under that. Just try to do it somewhere you won't go again, if you intend to follow the spell as closely as possible.
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