how do you use this recipe to get rid of bad neighbors? Black salt is made up of 2 parts salt and 1 part black pepper. Many people use ground up shavings from iron pots because it works better to darken the mixture. Many moder day gypsies use black chalk powder instead og pepper.
You may choose to bless the salt using this prayer
"Almighty God, we ask you to bless this salt, as once you blessed the salt scattered over the water by the prophet Elisha. Wherever this salt is sprinkled, drive away the power of evil, and protect us always by the presence of your Holy Spirit. Grant this through Christ our Lord. Amen"? use this recipe to get rid of bad neighbors?
Re: black salt
By: Wiccadoll2 / Novice Sep 04, 2014
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so i guess you could sprinkle it on their thresh hold and around their transportation. does anyone think that substituting the blackened end of your sage stick is a good idea instead of black pepper or black chalk?
0.o where did you find a recipe for it using black pepper? The version I learned was equal parts sea salt, burned sage ashes, and coal. It has many uses, one being driving away negativity.
Personally I would use mars water (war water)or hot foot powder to get rid of bad neighbors. These have both led to conflict when I used them, but work stronger and more efficiently than anything else I have tried. If they are downright pests, sprinkling vervain at their door step works wonders as well.
Equal parts of burned hurbs of protection ashes mixed in sea salt .. Or equal part of coal and salt. Makes a very powerful tool called Black salt. It's very powerful enough that is can give very long term and strong effect if used charged and blessed black salt.
With war water (combo) it can greatly work as banishing tool.It provide strong grounding,protection,cleansing,purification,Balance. .etc. It is advice to use this salt wisely,as it is also helpful in harmful magick and due to it's longevity action,it can greatly bring wide harm more than you asked. It is something called witches' must have tool.
Blessed Be .