HERE IS A LITTLE CURSE I WROTE. TO WORK IT, YOU TAKE SOME AIR-DRYING CLAY (readily available in the toy/crafts section of any discount store!), MOLD IT INTO THE SHAPE OF YOUR ENEMY, SCRATCH THEIR NAME INTO THE FACE, AND ADD ANY DETAILS YOU KNOW, SUCH AS PARENTS’ NAMES, NICKNAMES, BIRTHDATE, ETC, AND IF YOU CAN INCLUDE A PIECE OF THAT PERSON’S CLOTHING, OR MAYBE SOMETHING THEY HAVE OWNED, OR GAVE TO YOU, OR BETTER YET – A PIECE OF THEIR HAIR – THEN YOU ARE REALLY ONE UP ON THE WHOLE GAME. YOU BURY THE CLAY IMAGE IN A PLACE WHERE THAT PERSON HAS TIES, OR HAS BEEN IN YOUR PRESENCE, OR – BETTER YET – ON THAT PERSON’S PROPERTY. AS YOU BURY IT, YOU CAN USE THIS LITTLE CHANT I WROTE ABOUT THREE WEEKS AGO (MY MAIN ENEMY AT THIS TIME IS FEMALE, HENCE MY USE OF THE “SHE” PRONOUN. USE THE APPROPRIATE PRONOUN OR THE PERSON’S NAME, YOUR CHOICE). DO THIS ON THE APPROPRIATE MOON SIGN NIGHT, AT THE PROPER HOUR OF THE NIGHT, OR IF YOU HAVE NO TIME TO CALCULATE THIS (and if you REALLY want your curse to succeed, you should do it at the correct time, otherwise you’d better have some exceptionally strong feelings against this person!), THEN USE A WANING OR DARK MOON, AT DAWN IF POSSIBLE, OR AN HOUR BEFORE THE PERSON NORMALLY AWAKENS, WHICHEVER IS DARKER. AS YOU BURY THE CLAY IMAGE, CHANT :
Capture her spirit and trap it here
Let her know only pain and fear.
Make her pay and pay dear.
Give her only pain and tears.
Take her spirit and trap it here.
Make last year her last earthly year.
Her destruction is now and here,
And as her death looms near
The rest of her days be filled with fear,
Pain, terror, and tears
And may her cries for mercy
Fall upon deaf ears…
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