Is there such a thing as a Love Spell? I’ve been hearing about them for years and as someone who has studied ancient Egyptian history extensively, I must say it’s a subject that has been around for thousands of years.
With the ancient Egyptians it was more about religion than it was witchcraft. But what about today? Could you still invoke a spell the ancient Egyptians used?
Well perhaps …. they had different Gods and Goddesses who had different powers. If you were having a troubling dream, they would visit a temple dedicated to Hathor, and sometimes even stay overnight in the temple and a priest from that temple would tell them what their dream meant.
The problem with trying to cast ancient Egyptian spells today is that some say you would need to use things that were only available during ancient Egyptian times.
Ancient Egyptian candles aren’t exactly like ours today. They think that ancient candles were made by pouring animal fat and then pressed and lit.
Here is a picture of a bronze candle holder they found in King Tut’s tomb. The candles were made of twisted strips of linen, dipped in animal fat.
This particular candle came with a spell meant to repel the enemy of Osiris (the dead), in whatever form he may come.
As an alternative you might want to consider an oil based lamp instead of a candle. Look at this Lotus Lamp, also found in King Tut’s tomb. Basically what they did was put oil in each of the three cups and burned it for light. They mixed the oil with salt to lessen the smoke. The oil instead what thoughts to be linseed and sesame oil with floating wicks of braided flax.
So let’s say you get yourself one of these ancient lamps, prepare your mixture of proper oil or make yourself one of those ancient candles (or buy one). What’s next?
- Next you are going to need 7 strands of your own hair.
- You are going to need a 3×3 piece of gauze. Make sure it’s made of material readily available during ancient Egyptian times.
- A piece of paper. Now keep in mind, this is paper that was available in ancient Egyptian times so that means you are going to need some papyrus, made of Lotus flowers not modern day banana leaves.
- Some Saffron
- Small bowl filled with 4 tablespoons of fresh water (not tap water). If possible you should try and use water from the river Nile.
- A toothpick
Mix the saffron with the water in your small bowl. Your bowl should probably be made of Alabaster which was common in ancient Egyptian times.
- Now dissolve the saffron in the water until it turns yellow.
- Lay out the papyrus paper,and put your hairs on top. Next, use the toothpick, dip it in the water and write your name on the papyrus.
- Fold the paper twice so that you have a square of it about 1 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches in size.
- Now wrap the folder paper in the gauze.
- Drop wax on the gauze to keep it wrapped around the papyrus.
- While you are sealing the paper with the wax, you should be focusing on your wish to find true love.
- Repeat the wish over and over while you are sealing the papyrus with the wax.
- Once you are finished, blow out the candle and thank Hathor, the Goddess of Love and Happiness.
- Next take it and put it under your pillow and keep it there until your wish comes true.
- When your wish comes true, it’s important to thank Hathor again for your good fortune.
- The last step is that you must return your wish to nature by burning it, burying it or throwing it into the river Nile or the Mediterranean or Red Sea.
Will this love spell really work? I don’t know. But there are a lot ancient Egyptians who believed in it, so maybe it will work for you. Let us know if you have any luck with it!