5 Most Unusual Spell Ingredients

5-unusual-spell-ingredients5 Most Unusual Spell Ingredients

In this post, I’ll be sharing the most unusual items I’ve used in spells. But what are yours? Let me know in the comments below!

Civil War Musket Shot

 

Used in: a spell to keep Those Damn Kids Offa My Lawn!!! Or in fact, my garden wall and wheelie bins. And also to stop them fighting, swearing and screaming outside my property or in fact actually on it.

 

Other spell ingredients: House Blessing candle, jasper arrow, black salt

 

This one was really on the fly – they just turned up the other day, so I threw down my laptop and shoved some stuff in a bowl and lit a candle. Remember, with curses/hexes/banishings/bindings, the anger and refusal to kowtow to whatever is bothering is worth more than any ingredient.

 

Copper Wire

 

Used in: Any spell that needs a boost. Copper is one of the best electrical conductors, so any spell to do with technology, communication or money is boosted massively by the inclusion of this easy to find material. Get it at DIY or jewelry stores, or here.

 

Souvenir Cowrie Shells

 

You know, those things with the stamps on? Just as good as any other cowrie shell.

 

Used in: money spells

 

Horse Brass

 

Used to be on horses, now on pub walls.

 

Used in: depends on the picture. Wheat, treasure boxes = money, horse = energy, work, Cockerels = love. You get the idea

 

Glass Pearls

 

Because real pearls are waaay expensive. Glass pearls are more expensive that plastic pearls, but that’s a good thing – the more expensive an item, the better it works in a money spell.
Used in: money spells

 

But what are the unusual items that you’ve used in spells? I’d love to know!

2 thoughts on “5 Most Unusual Spell Ingredients

  1. Oh man, lessee… A brass key I found, in a road opening spell. A bar of soap (not unusual by itself, but I used it in lieu of chalk to mark down a sigil in my bathtub). The winner is probably a packet of ready-made taco seasoning, though. That got sprinkled in a doorway as part of a protection spell.

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