Enemies are part of everyone’s lives at some point. Even though it has a strong negative connotation, the word “enemy” has a lot of nuances. An enemy can be a person who hurts you deliberately, an oppressor, or solely a competitor. There is an extraordinary discrepancy between a rival, someone you compete with for a job for example, and a person who means you harm.
Scroll down the article to find information about how to cast free enemy spells to make an enemy move away. Learn how to cast freeze an enemy spells, enemy banishing spells, and enemy to friend spells.
Why is my enemy hurting me? Tarot spread
To protect yourself from heinous thoughts and actions directed towards you, firstly identify the threat. If you have a hunch that somebody is trying to hurt you, confirm your suspicion with the following Tarot spread.
Before you start drawing cards for answers, you need to ask the right questions.
Here are 4 question examples to find out more about your enemy’s intentions and motivation.
1. What is my relationship to my enemy?
2. What is the motivation behind his/her actions?
3. What should I do to make things right between us?
4. What kind of measure should I take to protect myself? (a casual discussion, legal or magical action?)
Complete the list of questions to get the answers you need and establish the details you want to know about this matter.
Spread your tarot cards in a fan, spacing them as much as possible. Then close your eyes and move your right hand above the cards while asking the first question in your mind. Try to calibrate your senses to feel the cards’ vibrations. When your hand will be on top of the card holding the answer to your question, you will feel a tingling sensation in your palm. When this sensation arises, draw the card that is making you feel it. Repeat this method for all your questions.
By the end of the process, you should already have a plan of action in mind.
If you decide that magic is the answer to your enemy problem, read further for helpful spells.
Now you know what to do to make your enemy stop his/her malicious actions. Next, Establish your strategy. Are you adopting a defensive position or an offensive one? This step is necessary for further planning.
In the following sections of this article, you will find protection spells and banishing spells.
Protection against enemies spell jar
Spell jars are simple collections of ingredients with protective powers. Thus, the results are more powerful than the outcome of a one ingredient protective spell. Don’t get your hopes up just yet, because you are going to do most of the work. The ingredients play a secondary role. Your intention is key.
• a glass jar
• 7 rose thorns
• 3 rusted needles
• more sharp objects of your choosing
• Choose a couple of plants from the following list: African Violet Flowers, Agrimony, Ague Root, Aloe Vera, Madwort, Amaranth, Angelica, Anise, Asafoetida, Ash Tree Leaves, Bamboo, Balm of Gilead, Barley, Basil, Sage, Bay Leaves, Birch, Blackberry, Bloodroot, Borage, Buckwheat. Use what you have on hand.
• A black candle
• A piece of paper and a pen
Write the name of your adversary on the piece of paper and fold it away from you for 3 times. Next, place your folded note at the bottom of the glass jar. The following step is to put all the ingredients you chose for this spell on top of the paper. But don’t toss everything in like you would do when you are making a salad. Be mindful of each ingredient, its’ purpose, and action. Say out loud the reason you chose each item as you place them in the jar, even if it gets repetitive and boring. Words are surprisingly powerful tools, so use them wisely for maximum efficiency of your spell.
To complete the spell put the lid on and place the black candle to burn on top of the jar.
You can either freeze the jar or bury it, as both methods will have similar outcomes.
No ingredients enemy banishing spell
This is the simplest spell you can cast to banish an enemy. Although uncomplicated, the no ingredients spell is effective. All you need to do for this spell to work is going to a bridge over a flowing river.
Bridges are symbols of passage, advancement, stability, and transition. Therefore, a bridge is an excellent place to perform your banishing spell.
Drive to a nearby river and find a bridge that connects its banks. Walk on the side of the bridge where the water would flow away from you. Gaze into the rumbling waters and imagine that with every drop of water that goes under the bridge, a little bit of your problem disappears. After you start feeling peaceful say this chant 3 times:
“Water going under the bridge,
Cary my pain on a wave ridge.
Banish (insert name), my enemy
And make him stop hurting me.”
After you finish your spell work, you can make an offering to thank the water spirits that will help you achieve your goal. You can try painting something with watercolors and dedicate your art to the water spirits.
Enemy to friend spell
To make a friend out of your opponent, first, you need to loosen the tension between you two. Then, you need to enhance communication with him/her. For your discussions to flow smoothly, you need to find some common ground. The following step is to form a friendly bond between you and him/her. And lastly, you need to strengthen your new friendship and secure loyalty.
Perform this spell on a sunny Wednesday, as this is the day ruled by Mercury, the patron of self-improvement and communication.
• a picture of you
• a picture of your future friend
• 2 figs
• dirt gathered from the halfway point between your homes
• dried spearmint leaves
• one seashell
• The Sun tarot card (if it’s not sunny outside)
• A round tray (preferably golden)
Scatter the dirt on the round tray, as the foundation of your spell work. You need to collect the soil from the halfway point between your houses to symbolize the common ground you will find to build your friendship on.
Place the two pictures on the tray and put the figs between them. The figs are a symbol of peace and enlightenment.
The seashell, representing the healing energy of the seas and their influences on bonds and emotions, will serve as a burning dish for the spearmint leaves.
The spearmint welcomes your new friend in your life.
Take your tray outside in the sun, if possible. Feel the warmth of the sun rays on your skin, absorb the solar energy, and let it shine on your spell ingredients. Visualize your intention strongly. Burn the spearmint leaves and put them in the seashell. Start smudging the tray with deosil motions, while you say the following incantation:
Make the grudge stint
(Insert name) is now my friend
On whom I can depend.
Enemy go away banishing spell with vinegar
Vinegar is a traditional banishing ingredient in the hoodoo tradition. Think of it as an enemy repellent.
• St. John’s Wort flowers
• Grapeseed oil
• Black pen
• A piece of paper
• A plastic bag
• A black candle
St. John’s Wort flowers and rosemary are used for protection and banishing rituals. Therefore, they are a perfect fit for our spell. Soak both of the herbs in grapeseed oil. The grapeseed oil is used as a base for the banishing mixture.
After infusing the oil with the herbs anoint the candle and light it up. Gaze into the flame and visualize your intention. Take the pen and piece of paper and write your enemy’s name on it. Next, cross out the name and fold the note three times away from you.
The following step is to put the note in the plastic bag. Add in some vinegar, just enough to cover the paper.
Lastly, seal the bag and bury it as far away from your house as possible, considering that you want to get a person out of your life definitively.
A piece of advice
Before attempting to change something in the mundane world through the use of magic, try to solve the issues by yourself. Sometimes a discussion can start a long-lasting friendship or a relationship. Words are powerful tools in the physical world too, not only in the magical realms. Communication is the key to human interaction.
Try to understand what is happening to you and why a person would want to hurt you. If it’s something dangerous and threatening, alert the police. Don’t rely exclusively on magic. Try to support your magical workings with actions in your day to day life.
“You have enemies? Why, it is the story of every man who has done a great deed or created a new idea. It is the cloud which thunders around everything that shines. Fame must have enemies, as light must have gnats. Do no bother yourself about it; disdain. Keep your mind serene as you keep your life clear.”
― Victor Hugo, Choses vues 1849-1885