The ancient art of Voodoo originated as shamanistic rituals brought from Africa to the New World during the slave trade and combined with the ritualism of the faithful in the Western Hemisphere. The Love Spell is the most common type of Voodoo performed. Voodoo love spells are quite powerful in assisting a seduction, getting a lover to return to you or in strengthening the commitment of a man you are currently with. The awful reputation of Voodoo is because of its triumph in luring; it has received envy and hate over the years, largely from those whose lovers have abandoned them under the influence of a Voodoo love spell. The worry and discomfort caused of losing the one that you dearly love,
Since the beginning of history, people have sought remedies for the many ills that have beset them, from illnesses afflicting the body to threats posed by evil and hostile individuals. In many folk healing and pagan traditions, it was believed that one must gain the assistance of the guardian spirit of a healing plant or substance through prayers or offerings before its chemical properties would be effective. The Church decried these spells and practices as pagan superstition but did not seek to exterminate these beliefs, instead transferring the responsibility for their healing powers to the apostles and saints.
Revealing the vitality of these practices in the remoter areas of Eastern Europe, Lecouteux shows how the influence of this pagan worldview is still detectable in the work of modern folk healers in France and Scandinavia. He also shows how the condemnation of unorthodox methods of healing has not vanished from the contemporary world: the medieval legislation against healing by wizards and bonesetters is echoed in modern health codes that challenge the authority of naturopaths and faith he
Keep You Well Spell
This is a little herbal charm you can use to help ward off illnesses you might pick up from other people (like a cold).
A small branch or twig (about 3 inches long)
Sprig of dried rosemary
Gardenia petals, fresh
Mint leaves, fresh
Light blue yarn or ribbon
Freshly brewed chamomile tea
Bundle up the rosemary, gardenia petals and mint leaves with the twig, and wrap several times with the blue yarn. It should be wrapped enough so that no bits or pieces fall out of the charm.
Then set out a cup of hot tea on your altar surface. Have a sip, and picture a blue sphere around you that protects from illness. Now, dip one end of the exposed twig into the tea, and say the spell:
No illness be
Three times three.
Then dip the other end of the charm into the tea, and repeat the words. Set the spell charm aside to dry, then finish drinking the tea.
After that, carry the charm when you go out and are concerned about catching something from other people. You can recharge it with a fresh cup of tea, and repeating the words again.
Heal a Headache
This spell for health is all about those pesky headaches that crop up at the worst time. It won’t be much help for a full-blown migraine but whenever you start to feel that ache creeping into your head, try this spell
3 blue candles
Silver holders for the candles
Something sharp to carve into the candles with
Carve the rune Sowilo into each candle (see the image at the top of this spell). Rub a drop of myrrh oil into the symbol on one candle, then the other oils on each of the other 2 candles. Set them up in an equal triangle, as best you can without finding a ruler.
Once you have annointed all 3 spell candles, light them. Now, lean over all three flames (not too close!) and feel the warmth up over your face. Concentrate on the healing energy coming from the candles, and moving through your head to heal your aches. Count to 3 9 times (like 1,2,3,1,2,3,1,2,3…..). Then move your face away, and blow out the candles right away to clear up the headache.
Healing Hands Candle Spell
This is a health spell designed to work when there is an injury or a specific location on your body that needs healing. You could always cast this with another person if it’s not for yourself.
3 candles (1 white, 1 pink, 1 lavender)
Light all three candles, and then use a dab of vanilla oil to draw a circle with a dot in the center on both your palms. You don’t need a huge gob of oil, just enough to trace the image and give off its scent.
Hold your hands over the candles and feel their warmth. Let your hands hover over each candle, and say:
By this heat and light,
With strength and might,
I wish to heal my body.
Feel the energy in your hands, and then lay them on the part of your body that needs healing. Repeat the words again and hold your hands in place until you no longer feel the added heat from the candles in them.
I don’t usually write spells that involve any Deities because it allows people to use these spells no matter what their specific path is. Anyway, this is one exception. As you can imagine, this spell also must be done on the night of the full moon. It’s a spell written for healing of yourself, not another person.
A white candle
A fresh white flower blossom (any kind will do)
A long strip of white cloth
A place to do this spell outdoors
If you absolutely must do it inside, find a window with a good unobstructed view of the moon.
Light the candle and set it somewhere where it isn’t going to get tipped or knocked over. Look up at the moon and ask it to make you healthy with its light. Let the moonbeams wash over you while you concentrate on getting better. Hold up the flower to the moon and say:
Artemis, hear my call
Please visit me in the moonlight
Bless my body and my soul.
Now, gently wrap the strip of cloth around your body where you need to direct the healing energy. It’s just symbolic, so it doesn’t have to be perfect. If it’s your whole body, then wrap it around your torso. Repeat the healing request again.
Stand in the moonlight for a few more minutes and visualize the healing energy around you. Remove the cloth and put out the candle. Wrap up the cloth into a little bundle and keep it in your bedroom until you are fully healed.
This is a more general healing spell that is better for less-serious ills when you just need a physical pick-me-up.
Sprig of fresh rosemary
Sandalwood and/or rose oil
Cup of pure water
Annoit the tip of the rosemary sprig with your oil and gently trace the sign of a pentacle on your chest/belly area. Yes, you need to be shirtless for this. Touch the sprig to each of the points, and say “Earth, air, fire, water, spirit” with each one.
Picture the purifying nature of the symbol cleansing your body of your illness. Take a long drink of water, and bury the piece of rosemary outside.
Fertility spells are used for women who are trying to get pregnant, and are looking for a little magickal boost to help out Mother Nature.
Just remember that fertility spells can only do so much and that proper medical treatment and care is a big part of having a healthy conception.
Herbal Health Poppet
This a poppet spell for healing designed to improve your own personal health, though you could use it to direct healing energy to other people if you wanted (you’ll need their hair though).
White fabric or felt
Sewing stuff (needle, thread, scissors)
A piece of hematite or jade (or both)
Some of the following herbs:
fennel, mint, rosemary, bittersweet, angelica root, St. John’s Wort
Strands of your own hair
Blue marker or pen
Make a poppet or small doll out of the white material, sew it up leaving a whole for stuffing. Wrap the strands of hair around the stone, and stuff it into the head of the doll. If the hair is short, don’t worry about it, just put the hairs and crystals in the head part together. Stuff the rest of the doll with the herbs, and sew it shut.
In the middle of the chest, draw a circle, then a heart within the circle. Now you have a health charm to leave on your altar or in a quiet spot, until you’ve gotten over your illness.
Light of Health Spell
This is a really simple spell for healing when you just want a little added boost to get over something that’s not too serious (like a cold or a sprained ankle). All you need is a white candle and something to carve into the candle with (like a pointed screwdriver, knife or burin).