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My fiance just finished building his chicken houses. Now all sorts of things are going wrong in the brand new one he just built. He asked me specifically if there were any protection spells I could do for him. He said it may need to be cleansed because he thinks something is already there, there was also a bat inside of the one he built. He sees it as a sign.
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Banish, cleanse and protect in that order. Remove the bat and make sure it cant get back in.
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Do I need to know what I'm banishing? He hasn't told me any history of the property, So I don't know what exactly we're dealing with.
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For this attempt no. Most 'things' can be run off with a general banishment ritual. Those that can't have to have the banishment tailored to them.
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I have always found that it's better to work with then against. A bat represents a hard change normally with habits and behavior. I would make an offering by building a bat house and placing it as high as I could on my home or in a tree. Then I would do a cleansing of myself so nothing interferes when I attempt to figure out what I need to change. Also when placing chickens in a new home and with reestablish a picking order so it may seam a bit chaotic at first but don't be alarmed it is natural.
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Much like kids running around their new house fighting over who gets what room.
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The presence of a bat is not at all abnormal, nor is it ominous. Brown bats -- the most common species in North America -- will cling to just about any surface where they feel safe enough to sleep.

LichiLii is right, though: If you have a large bat population, installing a bat house (do some research; there are definitely better and worse places to hang them!) can help attract bats to a more desirable location.

Bats are wonderful animals, which help control insect populations. They are also sensitive, so a healthy bat population can indicate a healthy environment. They will not attack or harm the chickens, though it is better to be sure a bat is not enclosed within, so it can fly freely and live its life.

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That is vary true Prsona, all of it. Keep in mind it's always best to go with your own gut feeling. I'm sure we have all read or heard that intuition is our greatest teacher. If it stands out to you and/or gives you some kind of wave of feeling oremotion it's best not to ignore it.

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