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I'm looking for spells or rituals I could use to protect another person from potentially being cursed.
It's not something I could perform in-person, so that's another constraint for this one, unfortunately.
Any suggestions or recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
If you know of a page that fully describes one, a point in the right direction would be very helpful as well.
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Re: Curse Protection Sought
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Post # 2
Although I have no specifics for the purpose, I would suggest modifying any you already like with the use of sympathetic magic -- that is, have a representation of the other person as a stand-in for them. Cast the spell on that, as if you are doing it to them. If the representation is strongly enough association to them by your own mind, it should be about as effective as if you did the working in person.
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A friend is worried someone will curse them and their magic isn't very strong, so they asked for my help.
Making a ward or protection is not a type of magic I've worked with before.
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Re: Curse Protection Sought
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The reason their magic is not very 'strong' is because they have doubts, honestly.

Something about curses is that they only really work if they are allowed to. Often, a person's own worry about the possibility of a curse is more effective than any working itself.

That said,m if your friend is already doing protection workings, then anything else you do can really only help bolster the confidence in its effectiveness.

Something else to remember is that not every string of bad circumstances is a curse. As it is said, it rains on the just and the unjust. Bad stuff sometimes just happens.
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