A Curse From Loki

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This curse was taken from Elizabeth Vongvisith's ''Trickster My Beloved.''
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You will need the following items for this spell:

  • Black Candles (Optional)
  • Jar (Optional)
  • Poppet (Optional)

Casting Instructions for 'A Curse From Loki'

All ingredients are purely optional in the sense to aid you in your curse

O my enemy, who has striven to defeat me, who has betrayed me, who has harmed me, who has stolen my peace of mind:

In the name of the Lie-smith, I reveal your falsehood.

May your words and oaths be mistrusted and ignored.

In the name of the Breaker-of-worlds, I shatter your contentment.

May storms be stirred up in the hearts of your household.

In the name of Surts godson, I burn down your house.

May fire feed its hunger upon all your wealth.

In the name of Lopt Sky-treader, I call doom to you from above.

May that which you love best be carried far from you.

In the name of Baldrs murderer, I wreak my revenge on you.

May you be fettered and bound, abandoned by kith and kin.

For vengeances sake, I bind the hand that lifts against me, and silence the voice that raises against me that I may rejoice in the destruction of you my enemy with the aid and succor of he who is called Father of Strife.

Vongvisith, Elizabeth. Trickster My Beloved. Hubbardston: Asphodel, 2006. Print.

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Added to on May 11, 2015
Last edited on Aug 26, 2017

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