Monday, February 14, 2011

Witch Bottles

I am looking into making a witch bottle and I am reading up on it anyplace I can. So here I am asking if anyone has made one and if so what did you use and how did you put it together? Where did you place it after ? I live in a apt so my options are a bit limited.
Any help would be great!


Mother's Moon's Message said...

when we first moved to our property about 5 years ago, I made a witch bottle and placed it under a small sappling oak in the southeast corner of my yard.

I placed a variety of items into the small bottle, nail clippings, hair clippings, pins, rusted nails, rosemary, black pepper and other items. I sealed the lid with red and black wax and buried it.

The small oak has since grown way above my head and the spot has since become a favorite place of mine.... I highly recomend witch bottles as I have seen their strength

Crazy Squirrel Lady said...

I live in a downstairs apt and have easy access to outside but im not sure if I should place mine outside or someplace indoors.I have a closet right inside my front door and was thinking of placing mine inside of it.Also I am the only one on this spiritual path in my household ( my kids follow no path ) so I am not sure if I should add anything from them to the bottle or not.Im sure they wouldnt mind if I asked them but I am very conscious of not making them a part of anything I do spiritually unless they offer.So I will probably let them know I am making one, what its purpose is and see if they want to be a part of it.Thanks for sharing and LOVE your blogs and am now following.

One Witches Blog said...

I have made a variety of protection bottles for myself/home as well as friends. Shortly before my daughter was born, I made a small bottle with some needles, chili's, peppercorns, vinegar, and a variety of other things and sealed it with black wax. I keep the bottle in the very back of one of the drawers in her room. It's been there for almost 3 years and I take it out and recharge it periodically. I love it!

Crazy Squirrel Lady said...

I LOVE this idea! I may just borrow it :) Thanks for sharing this with me.