Vengeance Curse

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Have you ever been hurt by someone? I’ll be bold with my estimate and say everyone has. When  someone has caused you harm, what are your first thoughts? Do you wrestle with your conscience? Do you leave it to karma? Do you call for assistance from Law Enforcement? If you answer yes to any of those, stop reading now – you will glean no information to aid you, nor satisfaction from your continued reading. For everyone else, I’ve looked into my vast library of ancient universal knowledge and information (aka Google), pulled together a few odds and ends.

Vengeance Curse (an Invocation to Carmun)

use after a fight with someone who has hurt you

  • Pot of water (amount will vary according to need)
  • 6-9 sticks of cinnamon
  • 1-2 Lemons, sliced into wedges
  • 11/2-2c Vinegar
  • 1c sweetened vanilla almond milk
  • Picture of (or piece of paper with name of) nemesis
  • Lighter (or matches)

Set up a pot of water, enough to immerse your hands easily. Think of how much you hate what has happened. Place your hands into the pot of water, allowing your anger to fuel your vision. See the water turn black with your rage. Remove your hands, then place the six sticks of cinnamon (six oz. powdered cinnamon will suffice) into the pot. Add slices of lemon for to sour, vinegar to preserve and milk for, well, sweet vengeance.

Recite this while burning the picture or the piece of paper: ‘I have been delivered an assault that has caused me pain. I call the elements, I invite them, I summon them to be witness to my bidding. These five watchers shall lend their eyes and minds. I call to you, Carmun, Goddess of Cursing. I seek your power to invoke fear. Allow your power to course through me as your instrument, that I may curse the one who caused my pain. As tribute to you, I visit [or speak, cast, put, place] upon [enemy’s name], three-fold the pain, three-fold the suffering, and three-fold the fear that I was delivered.’

Add the ashes to the potion. Place the pot on the stove and bring to boil. Allow the potion to simmer and recite the following: ‘As my brew simmers, before this pot grows cold, I return the pain which I received three-fold.’

End this ritual as you do any invocation, with praises, thanks and partings, then disposing of your potion remains at a crossroads or flowing stream.

As always, in closing I leave you with this; INTENT. My intention is to provide ideas and open minds to their discussion, from which we all may learn. I feel that we all learn in our own way – I learn best by doing – your experience may differ, and I hope to spark a curiosity. With certain ventures, however, I must advise caution. I put to you that I have no desire to harm anyone, nor be a party to such. Any discussions from this posting are to be academic only. I ask for no practical application, nor desire knowledge of such. Please keep your comments civil.