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Guilty or Innocent Spell
By: / Beginner
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This working is done when you need to look at a broader picture and see who is in the wrong and who is in the right. Sometimes its difficult for us to decide for our selves of what is right and wrong. But petitioning a higher force such as God or any deity you may want to call upon for this spell will give you great details on such topic. I personally prefer to use a psalm from the bible because that how I do things, but feel free to add your own prayer.

Disclaimer: Please always remember to cleanse and consecrate your candles before doing this spell, thank you ~ *

Inscribe the names of the two suspects on two different white candles.

Light both candles and recite psalm 1.

Determine the answer through reading how they burned.

Examples:

  • First candle to blow out are guilty.
  • If a candle blows out before being fully melted all the way means they are sorry and feel bad of what they've done. Reconciliation could occur.
  • A lower candle than the other could also signify a grudge of some kind a form of negativity.
  • A higher candle could mean a sense of innocence or self-righteousness. The person may think they are in the right but in actuality they are wrong.
  • A sparkling or hissing candle represents more conflict could arise.
  • A fast or slow burning candle represents the intention of their energy within each person. Fast being more weighed down by negativity and slow being more light and flowing with positive energy.
  • Candles burning at the same rate could tell us they both feel bad about what they did. Reconciliation may occur.
  • A high flame signifies someone how mad they are
  • A low flame shows how calm they are.
  • Two high flames could signify them both being still mad at each other.
  • Two low flames could show us that they are both calmed and chilled about the situation.
  • A wild flame could represent an outer and physical conflict.
  • A still flame could represent an inner and emotional conflict.
  • Candles that burn out at the same time could tell us they are both in the wrong.
  • Remember to use your intuition when it comes to this. These examples can be combined and should be read by how you feel of what they could mean. If you feel you don't want to use my examples that's fine, just use your intuition or your own made ones.

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    Re: Guilty or Innocent Spell
    By: Moderator / Knowledgeable
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    This thread has been moved to Other Spells Discussion from Misc Topics.
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    Re: Guilty or Innocent Spell
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    this is very interesting thank you for sharing. there have been many times i have needed something like this. would it be okay if i copied this into my book of shadows?
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    Re: Guilty or Innocent Spell
    By: / Beginner
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    Yes you may :)

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    Re: Guilty or Innocent Spell
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    Thank you this is a spell I will add to my book. Thank you again.
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