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Spells in which you have no antagonist (e.g. money-drawing)
are analogous to planting a garden and harvesting it. No one
opposes you, and if you apply attention and have a run of
good luck (beneficient synchronicity) you may enjoy smooth
progress and a great harvest.

Spells worked against an antagonist are analogous to a
sports contest or war; you may fight to a win, a loss, or a
draw. I believe that to perform a death spell you must
yourself be willing to die and that to perform a spell to
harm another being, you must be willing to be harmed. That
is all the energy necessary, but even with that energy, you
may not win after all, which is why few people undertake
such spells. Many people believe that it is easier and less
risky to work a confinement, reversal, binding, or banishing
spell on the opponent.

Hving said that, here are some archived spells of opposition
and antagonism:



This spell will inflict serious pain and sores on thine
enemy for a period of 3 strange days, after which the spell
is lifted, and  he is made well again.

Take a black candle and place a picture of thine enemy in
front of thee and tilt the candle so the wax drips upon the
would-be victim in the picture. Visualize the wax burning
sores into the body of thine enemy. While doing so, recite
the following 3 times...

   As I do this candle spell
   Bring mine enemy 3 nights of hell
   Candle black, black as night
   Bring him pains of flesh tonight!
   Lesions on his skin will grow
   Afflict him with a painful blow
   Sores and pain afflict him now
   For 3 nights he'll wonder how
   Dukes of darkness, Kings of hell
   Smite mine enemy, bring him hell
   When 3 nights of pain have passed
   Make him well, well at last

After sitting and thinking about the sores that this will
infflict thine enemy and the pain he will suffer, thou
mayestthen extinguish the candle. When 3 nights have passed,
tear up the photo and say the following...

   When 3 nights of pain endured
   I lift this curse, rest assured
   Darkness leave him, go away;
   The curse is lifted now, today!"

© 1998 Witchwoman Mack Elizabeth (


> Do you know of any workings that require a powdered 
> cat?  I've had a powdered cat sitting in my hutch the 
> past 5 years and in the midst of my spring cleaning I 
> suddenly feel the urge to get rid of it.  Being
> production oriented, I'd like to use the powdered cat,  
> Kippy, an orange tabby, in as effective a way as possible.  

If your cat Kippy had been black rather than an orange
tabbly, the ashes might be used in black cat powder, a
hoodoo formula favoured by gamblers and for dark spells. I
myself manufacture and sell a Black Cat Oil/Powder/Incense
formula made with the HAIR of a black cat (three healthy,
happy black cats).

A good use for your cremated ashes-of-cat might be to add
the stuff to graveyard dirt to make goofer dust. For this,
you need to collect dirt from the graves of those who died
young of illnesses or accidents and sift this dirt with
ashes. The cat-ashes would do very nicely, especially if the
cat died of a sudden illness or was killed by a car. Add
also some powdered sulphur, red pepper, mullein leaves,
snake skin, spider webs, and crushed insects and/or crushed
snail shells.

Goofer dust is used in the African-American hoodoo tradition
to harm people, make them sick, and send them to their
deaths. It can also be used in certain coercive love spells.
The strongest method of application is to sprinkle it around
a person's bed while he or she is asleep. Sprinkling goofer
dust around someone's bed is a seriously intrusive piece of
bad work and is not to be undertaken lightly. The
practitioner must perform a purification ritual (bathing
with hyssop) after doing the job. For further particulars,
refer to any number of blues songs or to my web page on the
subject at

The use of goofer dust and graveyard dirt in love spells is
documented at my web page on love spells as "a Love Me Or
Die" spell. For this purpose the use of ashes from a et cat
would be ideal, as the spell calls for the remains of
someone who loved you while alive, as i am sure dear Kippy
did. See
The above was posted for educational purposes only. I do not
approve of killing cats to get their bones or undertaking
spells that injure people. I do sell graveyard dirt, however
-- made with dirt from the Forestville Cemetery and ashes
from my kitchen stove. I also make up goofer dust with the
above-named ingredients and sell that as well.

I would be glad to use your late cat Kippy in the
preparation of goofer dust if you have no further use for
the ashes. The resultant product would be sent out in little
packets to people all over the world -- much like the
mass-mailing of the ashes of the martyred labour leader Joe
Hill, back in 1915.

© 1997, 2000 catherine yronwode (
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