I am curious what type of spell reversal kit and routine one can use within the Jewish and or Christian tradition,
Based on the simple rules of monotheism according to the commandments the covenant requires members not to put any other god before or above the first and second of the ten commandments, there are more details withing the 613 commandments but they reflect whether or not the Temple exists and the person is living in Diaspora.
Anyway, here is one idea i heard about of how a Jew or Christian can use Psalms withing rituals when praying becomes impossible to focus well under pressure.
In this method you need a
*large bucket, (you can re use this once ringed out after used)
*sea salt (kosher is best),
*napkins, (to wipe feet)
*a disposable jar, plastic cup or just glass,
*a photo of person or parchment with name or enemy written backwards.
Step by Step
1-a bucket filled half way with water or enough to cover the ankles of one's feet.
2-Then add two table spoons of sea salt,
3-Place feet inside bucket and pray Psalm 31 (evil eye) or other Psalms depending on your issue like a retribution psalm against enemies etc,
While praying remember that the dark energy from your aura will flow into the water, continue doing this for 15 minutes minimum.
4-After your done wipe all water from your feet then any drop that may of fallen on the floor.
Now if you see dark water, dust that you know did not come off your feet from walking around, or basically sense the negative energy in the water depending on how bad repeat the process several times every few hours., how ever the first time you see save that water to reverse the curse.
Go to step two, Reversal:
1-Have a disposable plastic cup, glass or jar ready,
2-put the picture of the person responsible or a paper with a name or just enemy (spelled backwards) inside the cup, photo upside down.
2- Fill the cup up with the dirty cursed water,
3-Pray over the cup and ask the person or un known person to stop bothering you
4- put it in your freezer until you know its working and that person went away.
Once its over you put all this stuff in a river or bury it far away from your home at a crossroad.
Then shield yourself.
Has anyone heard of this or knows something else like it?
to be honest- im against curses, especially if you declare yourself peaceful.
no i haven't heard of it, but it sounds very faith based. seems i could switch it to suit my own religion easy.
most spells and so forth are up to intent, so you can switch deity. i usually just say deity, because im my opinion (notice- opinion! it could not be true at the same time) no one knows for sure who is right or wrong because its so grey, so i basically say deity because i want to mean the best one for me who is the strongest and fairest, but since every group has flaws thats hard to find
either way- great job with remembering that. ill keep it in mind
In Judaism G-d's blessing is infinite love but his curse is the worse !
I will bless those who bless you and whoever curses you i will curse and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you.?
When it comes to Magic according to Torah, anything attributed to any other deity and placed above the one G-d is magik, as you describe, but if you believe very strongly that G-d created everything and your calling G-d to direct them spirits or deities they will obey you if your righteous,
What i think it is interesting that Torah tenakh (old testament) Hebrews are ONLY allowed to use oils and herbs to eat or heal,
cursing, love spells, money spells or use to seduce or influence someone.
-nourishing, protecting, healing, reversing etc
And for names and amulets i found this:
The Torah records that Abraham gave presents to the children he had with Hagar. Rashi says that they were filled up with tumah (dark spiritual forces). Why would Abraham do that? Why not just throw it away and give something good to them?
Answer is to protect them from the forces.
Google "Did Abraham Teach his Children Black Magic?"