Sunday, December 20, 2015

A Spell To Bind Daesh: World-Wide Spellworking On Winter Solstice!

This Winter Solstice, hundreds of Magicians, Witches, and Shamanic practitioners will perform synchronised rituals to bind Daesh to prevent them from doing further harm from others. We will coordinate launching our Magickal intentions at the precise minute of Winter Solstice at 7:48 PM PST on 12/21/15.

Raped Women Are Stoned for Adultery
In recent years, the world has witnessed the group of a group of Islamic Jihadi extremists best called „Daesh“ misappropriate the name of the Egyptian Goddess Isis, then commit all manner of atrocities misusing that name. These are people that stone women for adultery, behead women for witchcraft, and kill all Christians, Pagansm, Jews or Yezidi that refuse to convert to Islam. You can read about these atrocities among other places here. If this weren't enough, these folks destroy cultural ruins of human history everywhere they go. You can read about this here.

Christians, Pagans, and Jews Executed Unless They Convert To Islam
Unfortunately, there exists substantial evidence that Daesh has been secretly funded by Saudi Arabia and armed by the USA. You can read more about this among many other places, here. With the Solstice Ritual, it is only Daesh we are binding, but we will include cutting off of Daesh from all funding and supplies in the rite.

I strongly encourage you to use your OWN Magick, and just synchronise the timing of your intention with us. In the past couple of days, however, many people have written me for advice about how to do a binding spell. I therefore asked Golden Dawn Cancellaria, Leslie McQuade, to prepare a simple spell for you to use on this occasion.

Since Leslie and I are also iniates HPS and HP of the Hibernian line of Alexandrian Wicca, Leslie has prepared the following binding spell for your convenience, based on the Spellworking principles of Alexandrian Witchcraft. Feel free to use it and coordinate your intention with ours on Monday night.

A Binding Spell for Daesh
by HPS Leslie McQuade
Hibernian Line of Alexandrian Wicca

[CAPS SAY OUT LOUD WITH CONVICTION, CONFIDENCE & CERTAINTY, lowercase is stage direction]

Materials: paper, scissors, red string. Optional: box of dirt and packing tape.

Make a totem to represent Daesh. I recommend printing out an 81/2 x 11 poster of their flag. or anything else (or poppet or statue or whatever) that helps you concentrate on those who have sworn allegiance to Daesh.  If you are using paper, roll, fold or wad it in such a way that you can wrap a considerable amount of string around it.

Find a crossroads to go to (even if you can only do it in your mind) and stand at the center of it,
Hold the totem in your right hand , and the red string in your left ~ be sure to leave a tail so you have another bit to tie with.

NINE TIMES I BIND YOU DAESH
DAESH I BIND YOU NINE TIMES
THE HARM YOU DO
COMES BACK TO YOU
TIMES ONE [wrap the totem one time with the red string]
NINE TIMES I BIND YOU DESH
DAESH I BIND YOU NINE TIMES
THE HARM YOU DO
COMES BACK TO YOU
TIMES TWO [wrap the totem two times with the red string]
NINE TIMES I BIND YOU DAESH
DAESH I BIND YOU NINE TIMES
THE HARM YOU DO
COMES BACK TO YOU
TIMES THREE [wrap the totem two times with the red string]
Etc. etc. four through nine, in the same pattern
COMES BACK TO YOU
TIMES NINE (wrap the totem nine times with the red string]
NINE TIMES I’VE BOUND YOU DAESH
DAESH I’VE BOUND YOU NINE TIMES
As you cut the string say
DAESH IS CUT OFF FROM ALL MEANS OF SUPPORT AND FINANCING
Put the totem under your left foot as you say
THE SPELL IS DONE [tie a knot]
THE SPELL IS DONE [tie a knot]
THE SPELL IS DONE [tie a knot]
SO MOTE IT BE

Now take the whole thing to a crossroads [3, 4, or 5 way, do not use a roundabout] & bury it in the center, about 6 inches down. If you are at the crossroads in your mind, bury it in a box of dirt, seal up the box completely with packing tape, and then chuck it in the garbage. Either way, your totem will be buried forever somewhere no one can find or unbind it.

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