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Banishing/binding a liar
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I need some help.

We are having extreme troubles with my mother in law coming to our house and causing strife. We have been and done the legal side yet it still does not stop her. Just now she has come to our house spreading lies and has began to spread them in our home town. Things like my husband is going to jail for attempted murder (which literally holds no truth what so ever), that he has ruined her life, that it’s his fault she got busted for drugs ect ect.

Now I am wondering what the best route is? I just want her to leave me and my family alone. I want her to stop the ad nonsense. I know that a lot of these lies she’s telling is actually her thoughts being poisoned by my husbands brother but she is that far gone she cannot see the manipulate. I’d prefer to do a binding spell or a spell to cease all (both her and the other sons) lies and rumours.
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Have you tried getting a restraining order? There are spells that may help, but I feel like this should handled by the courts, a restraining order will keep her from coming to your property and your family, if she does she can be arrested.

As for your husbands brother, I would explain to him what she's doing and that it's an awful thing for a mother to do to ruin a relationship between brothers, if he lives with you and youe husband the restraining order should help as well.

I'm sorry if this isn't an answer you are looking for and I am sure other people will have better ideas.
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Re: Banishing/binding a liar
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Slander is not grounds in most jurisdictions for a restraining or proection order. However, a civil case against him for it may be in order.

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If a binding spell isn't the best way, another option I would consider is making your house more of a peaceful space. Maybe even consider warding the house against negativity. This mayor may not help prevent her from releasing the energy in your house. Definitely smoke cleanse the house every so often after she's been there as well.
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Re: Banishing/binding a liar
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This might seem heartless, but it sounds like you might need to commit to going fully no-contact with her. Sometimes all you can do is divide yourself from the toxicity completely.

What that means is no answering calls from her (or making any), changing all of the locks to your home and not sharing the keys with anyone. Someone else might mistakingly loan her one and *poof* copied. No visits, no mail/cards, no answering the door. If you see her while outside the home, silently walk away and don't say a work or interact with her in any way. The object is to completely deny her any fuel. Do not let her goad or anger you into retaliation or even harsh words. Do nothing and nothing can be used against you. In time, people will see her lies by virtue that you can't have done anything to her if you won't go near. And, as an added benefit, any action she takes would make her the aggressor in any onlooker's eyes.

If she starts/continues to come to your home without invitation, yell through the windows, pound on the door... let her. Just contact police and film. Say nothing, do nothing, and let her dig her own hole. The tricky part is being sure to do and say nothing. At the very most, make a single statement while recording, loud enough for her to hear, that she is not welcome and should leave. Then say nothing else. No arguing, no threatening, no demands or responses.

On a more spiritual level, I have often advised a sort of karmic severing. It is a symbolic cutting of any emotional and/or energetic ties between you.

Start by making two effigies; small dolls or some other pair of objects that can act as a symbolic likeness of yourself (and family) and herself.

Take three thick threads (or wool strands if you knit/crochet) of differing colors . One each to represent the physical, mental, and spiritual connections between you. Tie one end of the string around your effigy, and the other end around hers. Make sure the string is long enough to have a couple inches of loose string between them.

Light a candle, and some smudge or incense for clearing negativity. Get yourself centered and focused, and lay the dolls out in front of you. Define them to yourself. Assure yourself of what they represent. Visualize the strings as bands of energy, thought, and emotion connecting you two.

Finally, make a declaration of separation. Something simple but final and definitive. Like "Go to your own way, with love." Or "Let our paths diverge and never meet again." Or something even simpler like "no more."

Either use the candle flame to burn through the strings stretched between the effigies, or cut them with your athame or sickle, sword, knife, scissors... whatever you have that carries the most weight and the strongest sense of firm resolve.

End things off by placing your effigy onto your altar, up on an elevated shelf, or otherwise in a place of personal power. The other effigy can be thrown into the trash (and taken outside) of even just tossed off the property and left there wherever it lands.

Other options to look up would be how to perform a general cleanse of the home, and likewise how to do a personal cleansing to release/relieve negativity (a ritual bath doesn't go amiss). There are also freezer spells, hotfoot powders, honey jars, and a host of other activities. Personally I would focus on doing things that clear a home of negativity, things that attract positive energy into the home, and re-finding authority over yourself so you can remain calm and empowered in the face of toxic people.
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