Banishing is one of the essential skills every witch should master, since it’s one of the cornerstones of the craft. This handy skill can be used to banish any unwanted beings, from evil spirits to toxic people in one’s life, or even bad situations.
This is not to say that learning the craft of banishing is easy. It’s particularly important to perform banishing rituals in a calm, collected state and let go of all anger.
Because of the inherent complexity of the banishing spells, it’s often recommended to start learning them at the times of the Lunar cycle when the power of the spell is naturally amplified, and any negative effects are likely to be milder.
One of the great starter banishing spells is the Waxing Moon Banishing Spell. To perform it, you will need:
- Apple cider vinegar
- Dried herbs: rosemary, mint and thyme
- Fresh garlic (3 cloves)
- A glass jar
To perform the Waxing moon banishing spell:
Wait for the “waxing moon” (when it starts growing).
Find a quiet space and gather the supplies listed above. Place the herbs inside the jar, cover with apple cider vinegar and screw the lid on tightly (must be airtight – nothing in, nothing out unless you open the jar). Gently shake the vinegar. With your eyes closed, focus your energy on the entity you wish to banish whilst maintaining a very calm, collected state. Try to see the situation from the outside and don’t let any negative emotions in. Feel the jar being charged with your energy.
Leave the jar in a dark, cool place for 4-6 weeks. After that, it can be sprinkled over your doorstep and window steps to banish your enemies.