I would suggest she see a therapist. Often children that do this have some underlying issue causing it. You could make a charm for protection, and offer it as a gift. Give the child a charged smokey quartz for possible depression, or a hematite to absorb and transmute the negativity. Hematite is sold in rings in many occult shops online.
Bindings have been one of my main focuses and I really would not suggest it for something like this. Unless you really know what you are doing, you could bind the two of them together, or even bind yourself to your ex in such an attempt. Doing so could cause more bitterness than is obviously already there. These things are tough :/ Best of luck and blessings to you!
To believe that a child molester doesn't differentiate between children is myth. Just because nothing happened to you while you were growing up, doesn't mean it could not happen to your daughter. Predators often prey on children who are vulnerable. Children whose parents are going through divorce are most vulnerable. So if you are your father's alibi, then I hate to inform you that it is not air-tight.
The worst thing you could possibly do is rubbish the child's accusation, heaven forbid its true. She will hate you for this.
Please go through this page for warning signs of child abuse and see if any of it hits home.
Having said this, it is true though rare that children do tend to lie about abuse. And it usually occurs in case of parental alienation. If your daughter is falsely accusing your father then my guess is that after your divorce your daughter does not live with you. The web defines parental alienation as a social dynamic when a child expresses unjustified hatred or unreasonably strong dislike of one parent, making access by the rejected parent difficult or impossible. These feelings may be influenced by negative comments by the other parent or grandparent, generally occurring due to divorce or separation.
Here is an interesting paper on children who make false accusations when it comes to abuse.
As a mother it is your bounded duty to protect your child. Whether she has been really abused or made to believe that she is a victim of abuse... both are equally harmful. Your father, your ex-husband, his girlfriend who's a shrew are secondary.
This is a difficult situation for your family and I hope that you and your child. Please take counsel with a psychologist. And no matter what happens don't ever let your child feel that you are not on her side
Beware of the scammers like Mic. They are the one who wants to talk to you via email and when they get your email address they will log off and secretly hack your account. Believe me. My friend is also a victim of that.
This is your child. It doesn't matter if they are false accusations or not, you care for your child. You're being protective over the wrong person (your father). She probably went to your ex because she actually believes her. I'm not getting involved in this. If she doesn't want to be near her grandfather, then you should respect that, period. If your father doesn't respect that, then he is guilty. Your ex did the right thing in my opinion. She's being a responsible parent. You are a male, your daughter is female. The way your father treated you and the way your father treats a girl will be much different.
Thank you for your unbiased reply. There really are two sides to each story. Even if it isn't alienation from my spouse, we are still entering counseling. I have had to walk a fine line between supporting my daughter and not having a man who I've idolized ruined if it isn't warranted.
It's pretty much all been said above, and this is only one side to a story. Spell wise there a few you could try, a truth spell might be the best one. I understand you want your family to stay whole, but if you daughter is telling the truth, then casting a protection spell on your father might make things worse. I would look inside yourself and choose who you feel is most important in your life. The truth spell is your best bet, but if you want to protect your father [guilty or innocent] then be prepared you may loose your daughter and vice versa.
A reputable child psychologist could help discover the issue, if she is telling the truth or wants attention or whatever. Spending time with her, even putting things aside if your daughter wants her mom and dad over for dinner now and then, should be an option. Children are perceptive, if it is the divorce [like you call your ex bad names even if you don't think your daughter is listening] can effect the child. Don't call your daughter a liar even if you know for a fact she is, there are many reasons why this could be happening, letting your emotions rule this situation is like putting out a match with gasoline.
You're most welcome. I've had to deal with similar issues before involving myself and my ex's daughter >.> It happens. Sometimes the kid is telling the truth and sometimes not. Regardless it is always a good idea to seek counciling when a child is claiming such things.