For the most part, I think that spells can be a valuable way to act out
your anger, resentment, bitterness or jealousy. The very act of doing a
spell can make a person who feels powerless or victimized feel at least briefly that they are somehow in control of the situation
I have found the following freezer spells to be quite satisfying to do, if you find yourself somehow dumped, oppressed or just plain wishing for some kind of psychological torture to stop.
I love these spells because they fall under the category of folk magick. Yet at the same time they are very modern because they make use of the fridge. I thought I'd share them with you because they are a few
of my favorites. Some of them have been borrowed from Lexa Rosean, author of
Supermarket Sorceress , who is a master of Kitchen Witchery. Still I
think the important thing about a freezer spell is to start with the
basics and then make it your own.
I know one natural witch, (a Canadian singer in fact) who knows nothing about freezer spells, yet every
time she gets mad at someone, she writes their name on a little piece of
paper, twists it up and throws it in the freezer to "make it stop!" I
discovered this one day when I was groping through her freezer for some
ice cream and a flutter of little pieces of paper fell out to the floor.
When I asked her about it, she told me her intuition had told her to put
the people "on ice."
The essence of a freezer spell is about time. The idea is to stop
something in its tracks. Freezer spells also fall into the category of
binding spells, as often their purpose is to paralyze an offender. They are used mainly for protection. Here are a few of my favorites.
The Basic Ice Cube Tray Spell
This is all-purpose. What I like
about it is that you can use magickal ingredients to sweeten or sour the
mix before you chuck it in the freezer. Basically, you take twelve small
pieces of paper and write down the names of twelve people or situations who
have not been very nice to you or who have irked you or done you wrong.
Think of twelve people who have been hostile to you, or who have a bad
attitude towards you or who have behaved as obstacles to what you want in
your life or career.
Now stick these twelve pieces of paper in the ice
cube tray compartments and add a little sugar, or honey to sweeten up
their attitude towards you. You could also add a few other things as well
if you wanted - a little dill or parsley powder for improved
communication, orange water for joy, or rose water to increase loving
vibrations. Then you fill the rest of the tray with water and stick it in the
I like this spell because it is relatively innocent and is
persuading others to think of you kindly and not to harm you. A more
vengeful version of this spell would be to add substances like vinegar (to
sour their experiences), cigarette ashes (to cause depression), or
horseradish (to cause arguments.)
If your resentment is directed towards a particular individual, perhaps a
male who has dumped you for someone else, you might consider doing this impotence spell.
While shopping for the cucumber at your local
vegetable store, try and find one that resembles your ex-partner's actual
member when it is erect. At the very least this will get you giggling.
Then carve his name and his birth-date into the flesh of the cucumber and
throw it into the freezer. It will start to go soft and wither after a few
weeks, and while this happens, imagine him and the sweet young thing that
he betrayed you with having conversations like "I swear this has never happened
to me before." "It's ok. I understand." ;)
Break Them Up Spell
The ultimate freezer spell however, in terms of sheer nastiness, is this
Break Them Up Freezer Spell, in which you write the offending
couple's names on a piece of paper (if you don't know the name of the
person coming between you write "unknown rival") You put the pieces of
paper in a Tupperware container along with a piece of rotten fish, fill it
with water and freeze it.
Fish are symbols of fertility and happiness, so
the ultimate purpose of this ritual is to have the two lovers become
turned off from each other. One person who tried this spell told me she
laughed her head off when her boyfriend came back to her and complained
that his new lover had terrible body odor. I haven't tried this one myself, but
she says it worked. Lexa Rosean also boasts success with this one.
I can't guarantee these spells work, but if you are too chicken to enact
some real revenge (like turn the person into the I.R.S.) these little
rituals at least satisfy a desire for "petty revenge".
By: Sam Stevens