Witch bottles are one of my favorite spell techniques. When I wanted to cast a spell of protection, growth, and success, I knew that’s what I wanted to create. In this article, I go over the process of making a witch bottle spell step-by-step. Magick is as real as the spells we cast. A well-constructed spell is worth the effort.
Someone recently asked me if it was true that a spell wouldn’t work unless divination was performed immediately before casting. Nonsense. There’s so much other false information out there about casting spells that I thought I would write about one of my tried-and-true methods: a witch bottle spell with an animal spirit ally. Since I recently cast a spell of protection, growth, and success for all things associated with Keeping Her Keys, it seems sensible to plunk the spell right into this article. Spells work best when they are embedded within the things being bewitched.
When I have important witchery to do, I usually create a witch bottle containing a spell combining different spirits with a powerhouse incantation. I love merging all the energies together and then watching the jar do its thing over the coming months.