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House Protection Spell Bottle

House Protection Spell Bottle
Since the earliest spell bottles were created for protection, it seems fitting to begin with
one made for this purpose. Ideally, such a bottle will be walled up in a new home under
construction, or placed under the floorboards. If this is impossible, simply place it in a
position of importance somewhere in the home.
Items needed:
1 glass jar with cork stopper or lid (a small canning jar is fine)
1/2 to 1 cup salt (depending on size of the jar)
3 cloves garlic
9 bay leaves
7 TBS dried basil
4 TBS dill seeds
1 TBS sage
1 TBS anise
1 TBS black pepper
1 TBS fennel
1 bowl
In the morning, ideally on a bright and sunny day, assemble all items.
Place the salt into the bowl and say:
Salt that protects, protect my home and all within it.
Add the cloves of garlic to the bowl and say:
Garlic that protects, protect my home and all within it.
Crumble the bay leaves, place in the bowl and say:
Bay that protects, protect my home and all within it.
Add the basil and say:
Basil that protects, protect my home and all within it.
Add dill and say:
Dill that protects, protect my home and all within it.
Add the sage and say:
Sage that protects, protect my home and all within it.
Add the anise and say:
Anise that protects, protect my home and all within it.

Add the pepper and say:
Pepper that protects, protect my home and all within it.
Add the fennel and say:
Fennel that protects, protect my home and all within it.
Mix together the herbs and the salt with your hands. Through the movement of your
hands and fingers, lend energy to the potent protective items. Visualize your home as a
shining, safe, guarded, secure place of sanctuary. Pour the mixture into the jar. Seal
tightly and place in your home with the following words:
Salt and herbs, nine times nine
Guard now this home of mine.
It is done.




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