Antidotes to Binding Love Spells
Have you ever desired someone so much, you were willing to bind them to you with a love spell? Perhaps the thought of Valentine’s Day has you teetering on the moral edge. If so, remember: A love spell directed at a specific person will not result in true love. Instead, such spells create horrendous karma and bad fortune, and imperil the recipient.
Chances are, the object of a directed love spell will not realize what has occurred, though it may be painfully obvious to others. If you suspect a friend or family member has fallen victim to a directed love spell, turn to one of these ancient Plant magic antidotes.
1. Wear or Carry a Fresh Lily.
Lilies (Lilium) are feminine, and correspond to the moon and water. In medieval Great Britain, they were associated with the Virgin Mary and purity. Magically, lilies are used for protection and breaking love spells cast upon a specific person. Some lilies are poisonous.
2 2. Wear or Carry Lotus Seeds or Pods.
The Lotus (Nelumbium nelumbo, Nymphaea nelumbo, Nelumbo nucifera, Nymphaea lotus) has been used for magical purposes dating back to the ancient Egyptians. Breathing in the lotus’s scent confers protection. Lotuses are feminine, and correspond to the moon and water. They not only break unwanted love spells, but also have magical lock- opening properties.
3. Eat Pistachios.
The belief in the love spell breaking properties of pistachios (Pistachia vera) hails from the Arab world. Pistachios are masculine, and correspond to Mercury and air. To break a love spell, pick a magical number of unshelled pistachios (such as seven, nine, or any number significant to you). As you break open the nuts, envision breaking the unwanted love spell. After all the shells have been broken, eat the nuts and discard the shells away from your home.
In Spell Check, Book One: The Teen Wytche Saga, The heroine is desperate to prevent a binding spell from being cast.
Bullies. A secret crush. A traitorous friend.
Halloween looms and so does the anniversary of Evie’s father’s death. She needs to pull herself together or she’ll lose her position as Yearbook Photo Editor, and suffer academic failure. Even worse, Evie will lose Jordan, her secret crush, if she can’t stop her friend Parvani from casting a love spell on him. Despite a falling out, Evie never forgot Jordan. Now they are lab partners and the chemistry between them definitely sparks. Parvani possesses a brimstone-hissing spell book and plans to cast the spell by Halloween. To save Jordan, Evie must join forces with Salem, the school goth.
The clock is ticking. Can Evie get her mojo back in time to check this spell?
Copyright 2016 Ariella Moon