BLACK SALTpro·tec·tion \ ˈprə-ˈtek-shən \
Use in spellwork
for protection, banishing and breaking
Black salt is a must-have ingredient in any witch’s apothecary. Used for protection, banishing, and breaking hexes, it’s easy to make and can be a useful ingredient in powders, potions, and candles.
Just use the ingredients listed to below to make yours. If you don’t have a mortar and pestle, you can use a food processor or even a grinder, but make sure to wash afterward.
- Activated charcoal – I use charcoal disks and keep them in a jar. There is always a pile of it at the bottom to use but you can just take some from your own grill or fire pit.
- Sea salt
- Corresponding incense ashes
- Ashes from a successful spell
There are many ways to make this salt, but this is the simple recipe that I use. Make sure not to use too much sea salt, because it will turn out lighter than you may want.
Black salt is used in protection and has so much power, but guess what? There is way more than just one way to make it.
Today, I’m giving you seven. Yessss….seven!
Sympathetically, salt protects. Remember the graveyard scene in Hocus Pocus?
Traditionally, it drives away the evelllll…including those fucking neighbors who keep walking across your land with their damn dogs…..oh, well that doesn’t happen anymore here. It’s black salt and some dancing around my fire pit for the win. They all scared of the witch who lives on Clayton
Don’t think when I get mysterious deliveries that shit doesn’t sit in a salt circle for a while…because it does.
We go through so much salt around here, Derwood and I keep Costco hopping, but let’s get into it. Black salt can be made a lot of ways, and depending on how I will use it, I use many different methods. Today you get seven, because God don’t like ugly and I have stuff. I do thangs. If I add sulfur and a few other things, I’m taking power from someone or something. Black Salt at it’s base is just salt, ashes and charcoal. Let’s mix it up.
Black Salt Recipe #1:Traditional
Take cauldron scrapings, charcoal, incense ashes, mix with some sea salt, grind it.
Black Salt Recipe #2:Attractive
Take some ashes (dealer’s choice) add iron filings or lodestone food, salt, grind.
Black Salt Recipe #3:Banishing & Protective
Take the ashes of your work, mix with some red brick dust, and burned herbs to banish, salt, grind.
Black Salt Recipe #4:Spiritual
Take the ashes from the burning of your ancestor money, add burned herbs for protection, salt, grind.
Black Salt Recipe #5:Normally what you see on the internet
Take ashes from incense, activated charcoal, salt, grind.
Black Salt Recipe #6:Sympathetic
Take ashes from your work, cauldron, incense, charcoal, salt, grind. Add things that are sympathetic to this magick. Crystal chips, hair…yeah I said hair. Dried citrus, dried anything. Burnt offerings.
Black Salt Recipe #7:Protective
Ashes from cauldron, charcoal, salt, cascarilla, grind.A note about salt – I use all kinds of salt. No certain type and no wrong way to do this.A note about culinary black salt – yeah. Add it. You can use this if you have no charcoal or salt.A note about charcoal, it’s not a cook-out, it’s activated. Use the crumbs from your disks if you need to but not Kingsford.A note about petitions – yeah the ashes should be in your cauldron, use them.A note about herbs – I included ashes from my maryjane in a few of these. Depends on what’s going on, if I’ve smoked instead of vaped or eaten. Just depends You do you.
How can we use black salt?
Across doorways and windows. Add to moon water, urine or even floral waters and use a paintbrush and paint sigils about anywhere.
Create a circle for ritual or spell work.
Keep it in a bottle and carry it.
Add to spell jars.
Any place you want the protection, use it.
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