Shapeshifting Potion

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SpellsSpiritual  ► Conjuring  ► Shapeshifting Potion
This spell will help you transform into an animal of your choice at will. You must believe it to work. Drink the potion to have quick, painless transformations into your animal and back.

Casting Instructions for 'Shapeshifting Potion'

You will need the following items for this spell:

  • 1 cup
  • Water
  • Sugar
  • 1/2 Apple of any kind
You will need the following items for this spell:

  • 1 cup
  • Water
  • Sugar
  • 1/2 Apple of any kind

Pour the water and a little sugar into the cup. Cut an apple in half, and eat one half or give that half to someone else. Pour the potion on the apple, over a sink or anything related, and eat the apple excluding the skin. Place the apple skin inside the cup. Hold the cup with your dominant (writing) hand, and say this ONCE:

"The world is brimming with many creatures great and small,
But if I had to pick just one, it would be the (animal) out of them all.
I'd love to become a(n) (animal) out of all the things I could do,
So spirits of the wilderness, please make my wish come true."

When you want to transform, just meditate on the animal, wake up and voila.


Added to on Jul 22, 2014
Last edited on Jul 07, 2017
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How can you turn back once in an animal form

May 08, 2019
It doesn't matter, because you can't turn into an animal in the first place. It's impossible. If you're interested in shapeshifting, however, you could look into doing so on the astral plane.

Jan 06, 2020
you can make people see the animal you choose on the astral plane

Dude if you dont promote shapeshifting then let it go and dont ruin it for others, if you like astral shifting more then do it. Let others have joy and ignore it.

Jul 16, 2019
Why should people have to stand by and not correct misinformation? I don't like the idea of beginners or easily influenced people being led astray by fake spells. Other than that, I don't want people wasting time and energy on it. Magick takes a lot of energy, which is something not everyone has loads of, especially many people living with physical and/or mental illness. Also, spells like this lead to people believing in spells like immortality or resurrection spells, which can take advantage of desperate people (such as someone suffering from a terminal illness or someone who just lost a loved one). It's not simply a matter of letting people do what they want--there are actual consequences to the spreading of misinformation. You may not like me pointing out that it's fake, and you don't have to, but there's a possibility that by saying it's fake I can help even one person by making sure they don't waste time and energy on this.

Jul 16, 2019
Let them have joy? Am I to assume when a teacher marks your answers as wrong on a test you tell them the same thing? Here in reality we know Magic has natural limitations, humans cannot transform, and anyone who believes otherwise is wrong. This spell is fake. The reason people dangle the ''maybe in the astral'' carrot of hope in front of people is because it is not the physical plane and is more mailable in terms of its limitations. Here on the physical however there are rules, like no physical transformations.

Jul 14, 2022
This might be an old statement by now, but it is a common enough one to still be of concern.

In regards to Tefal's statement, people affirm reality against belief because reality is where we dwell, and it bends for no one. To allow others to believe in falsehoods does not allow joy, it feeds a lie and creates danger. People who are told they can fly if they just believe enough commit so fully to such an idea they will (and have) leaped freely from rooftops. And guess what comes to blame as the resulting bag of gelatin is being scraped up off the ground. While an idea of shapeshifting may seem less extreme of an example, the principle is the same. It leads to depression when invariably unfulfilled, disassociation, self-hate, emotional and cognitive breaks, and in bad enough cases medicated trips to a care home. None of these things 'bring joy'.

These things are not joy, they are escapes. One may think they feel joy, but it is transient at best and lasts only so long as the illusion can be maintained. Actual, lasting, and genuine joy comes from immersing one's self within reality and using it to become better.

An analogy; Reality is like a house. It needs maintenance. Checks, repairs, -cleaning-... avoiding these things feels like a good thing at first, you aren't losing money, you can waste your evening watching movies, ...Sure the garbage can smells a little but who cares so long as you 'feel joy'? But then one day you realize you have no electricity, it has been shut off because the bill has gone unpaid. Every dish you own is covered in dried food. Not only is the garbage full but rotting and dirty things are throughout your home. The air is filled with mold and staleness making you ill. You have nowhere to sleep because your bed is just as full of pizza boxes, dirty clothing, soda cans, and Pringle tunes. You can not bathe or clean yourself because the bathroom is moulded, the bath is filled with detritus, the drain is clogged, and you don't even have hot water. And now that you have finally come to this realization, the only person to fix it is yourself. It is your home. You need to clear the refuse, remove the rot, organize what few things you have that are undamaged, rip the structure to the foundations and rebuild entirely- all while weakened and unhealthy yourself.

Does this sound, to you, like joy? Do you think you won't let your joy-escape go that far? I sincerely pray that is the case. All spiritual (or self-discovery) journeys call for an occasion or two of beginning over from the foundations, but the object is to enter into such a project of personal tear-down willfully and from a position of health and stability. If you are not in a healthy state then the controlled tear-down becomes an un-controlled collapse instead.

For the 'too long, didn't read' crowd; If you live your life with all the windows to the outside covered, you will never see the brewing storm destined to wipe out your home.

That's not true. You don't know if it's real or not unless you actually try it. And I agree with Tefal, people need their belifes and joy. Let them be. If your against it,ok, just don't go ruining it for the rest of us. I'm not against yu or anything, it's just that what you say can really bring someone down and i hate that. People should be able to believe what they please. So please don't ruin this for everyone. The reason why people are here is to belive and be able to be who they are. So please stop potting such negative comments about the spells.

Oct 04, 2019
These comments are negative, they are merely explaining the reality of magick. Although belief goes a long way, it won't allow you to miraculously break natural laws. Many people looking for these spells, don't know real from fake magick and these comments are to help those in finding spells that will work, rather than wasting time on spells that will never work.

Oct 04, 2019
there arent negative comments. if you go into a history class because you're eager to learn about the real witches who died for their religion in Salem, only for the teacher to explain the political and cultural issues leading up to Christians [no actual witches] dying as a result of a flawed system. you wouldn't gt mad at that teacher and go ''stop being so negative and destroying my belief that real witches died for their faith in Salem.'' that's all we're doing, explaining the facts to new members. we are not attacking anyone, hating on anyone, or spreading negativity. we are teaching.

I tried it... Didn't work like everyone saying it's fake.

No offence to what people say but denying people beliefs and hopes is like denying them their religion could everyone try to respect each others hopes

Oct 15, 2019
no, those are different. religion is a social construct that dictates morals, ethics, and behaviours, while belief is accepting a statement as fact. if we are providing explanations as to why a belief is unfounded, you can still choose to deny them, we're trying to help you on your path so you don't waste time on falsehoods. we aren't ''denying them their religion'' you don't need to follow a specific religion to cast spells [you don't need to cast spells to believe in magick either] and you can still choose to believe in a religion, just as you can continue to believe in fake spells like this one.

You cannot physically shapeshift.

it more of a transformation of the mind or spirit intoaan animals

You cannot transform or shapeshift into anything magick doesn’t work this way. The other comments aren’t negative comments they are just stating the facts to help people especially beginners so they do waste their time and energy on fake/fluff spells like this. They are just merely explaining how magick works. You may be able to shift or change your appearance on the astral but this won’t work on the physical plane.

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