A Spell for Burying the Hatchet is cast, in the words of St Francis of Assisi, ‘to bring peace where there is strife’ within a family or a friendship. Everyone involved has to be present and even if they don’t believe in magic making, they must not laugh or scoff at it. The spell is inspired by the phrase ‘bury the hatchet’ and comes to us from the southern states of the USA and the Caribbean where voodoo still has a hold on many people. Voodoo may have an unsavoury reputation, but many of its spells are innocent and are to be cast with good intent.
Dig a hole deep enough to support the sapling or shrub and drop the hairs into the bottom. As each one goes in, visualize the ill feeling in that person (not forgetting your own) evaporating and being replaced by good will. Now tie the ribbons round the hatchet and ask everyone to form a circle round the hole. Pass the hatchet counter-clockwise round the circle asking each person to hold it for a few moments: they can remain silent or say any appropriate words that come into their heads before passing it on to the next person.
This done, lay the hatchet on the upturned palms of each person’s hands before putting it into the hole. Now everyone takes a gentle hold of the tree or shrub and puts it into the ground, on top of the hatchet.
As the hole is filled, visualize the argument being buried for good, along with the hatchet. And if some suitable words come to mind, don’t be afraid to say them.
If you decide to hire me to cast this spell on your behalf you need to make preparations and follow the instructions diligently. There are materials required for this spell. While preparing these materials and your wish list tune into your inner needs and energy that is within and surrounds you. A positive attitude is beneficial in order to release the energies into the universe.