Casting Instructions for 'Beauty Spell'
Okay, start off by boiling some RAIN water over the stove. I'd say about two cups would do the trick. After the water is boiling, break apart the rose bloom's petals and toss them in. White roses work the best, but any color is fine, too. Mix the petals in the water, letting them simmer for about five to ten minutes. While they are simmering, take your bowl and lie your picture at the bottom of it. Use the salt to make a circle around the picture at the bottom of the bowl. Light the white candle and set it next to the bowl. Then, take your boiling water/rose petals and pour it into the bowl, covering your picture with the concoction. Say, "Rain from the sky. Flower from the earth. Give me beauty and give me worth." This, of course, will ruin your photo (sorry) but it's worth it. Pick up the candle now and say, "Blemishes, I command you to leave. Beauty take me over and fill me with your light. As I will it, so mote it be. May my wishes be fulfilled." Take the candle now and dip it into the bowl of water, extinguishing the flame. The next part is optional and will make the spell stronger: Cover your whole body with the water, leaving the petals and picture inside the bowl. Leave it on until it dries. Then, wait 24 hours and then burn each of the rose petals until they are nothing but ash. This releases your wish and your intentions and allows the spell to work faster. After they have been released, you can burn the picture as well, just make sure that it is fully dried first. And then, after that, you are finished. Depending on how much intent and focus you put into the spells, the result time will differ.
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