Animal Protection Collar


Three pieces of cord
A small cylinder name tag or a disc
A small charm bag about 10cm (3 inches)
Small quantity of childs clay
Small piece of flint
Small piece of coral
Small crystal of rose quartz
Your burin


A simple way to protect an animal and to have them behave well is to plait your own collar for it to which you can attach various objects. Try to use natural materials wherever possible. Using the same principle as Mesopotamian cylinder seals you may like to make your own protective device, or you could use an inscribed pet tag, or a small charm bag. Choose the colours of the cords carefully according to the animal's temperament or to signify the quality you wish the animal to develop; e.g red for a hunting dog, silver for a nocturnal cat or a mix of colours.

Spell Casting

Carefully braid the cord, while calling on your chosen deity for protection for your animal, and weaving in the intention for good behaviour.

Form a rough cylinder from the childs clay and before it dries out completely, inscribe it with a protective rune, Ogham stave or the name of your preferred deity. Attach it to the collar you have woven, or place it in the charm bag.

If you are using the cylinder type of dog tag, write the symbol on the back of the paper. Place the flint, the coral and the rose quartz in the charm bag and attach it to the collar.

Put the collar round the animals neck again calling for protection. Obviously if your animal is fully grown you cannot expect a total change of behaviour all of a sudden without additional training. Sometimes an animal needs protection as much from its own behaviour as anything else. This spell gives you a starting point and a foundation from which to work.
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