Free banishing spells are very popular around here so I thought we needed another page of them. If you haven’t already, you can check out the first page of banishing spells too.
Anyway, these are spells that help you get something out of your life, usually the influence of another person, among other things.
Banish a Habit
Not always the first kind of banishing spell you think of, but the technique does work very well for habits as well as banishing people out of your life. Your supplies for this spell include:
- 1 black candle
- 1 white candle
- A picture of something to represent your habit
If your bad habit is really hard to get a picture for, you can write it on a piece of paper but an image does work better. Even if it just represents it in your mind. And the 2 candles need to be the same size and shape.
Lay out the image on your altar, between the two candles. Light only the black one, and think about your bad habit and why you need to get rid of it. Repeat the following, twice:
By the magick of black
This holds me back
By the magick of white
Set things a’right
Let the black candle burn all the way down, and just as it’s finishing its last sputter, light the white one. Repeat the words again two more times. As you can see, you can’t leave this unattended all night. You have to be there as the first candle finishes. The white one can be left to die on it’s own though.
Take the image or whatever paper from the altar, and carry it with you as a talisman to make the spell stronger when you are out.
Banishing Bag Spell
An herbal spell bag can be a powerful banishing spell, especially if you carry it with you to help repel that certain someone. This charm works best in a situation where someone you dislike can’t seem to get the hint and get lost. Any small black fabric bag can work, and you’ll need a mix of the following herbs:
- White sage
All of them would be very potent, but try to have at least 5 different ones. Add a piece of onyx or topaz as well for a little extra banishing power. Fill up your bag and tie it tightly with a strong knot.
Carry it with you, and your pest will soon leave you alone.