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Friends On The Other Side Curse - to cause nightmares for someone who is insulting you, gossiping about you, or otherwise making your life difficult by running their mouth

Don’t you disrespect me, little manDon’t you derogate or derideYou’re in my world now, not your worldAnd I’ve got friends on the other side

You will need:
Photo of the person, or a blank cloth poppet
Target’s hair or nails, if you can get them
Black marker, or needle and black thread
Valerian (for a constant groggy feeling)
Juniper berries (to cause visions)
Lobelia (aka Gagroot, to make them choke on their words)
Allspice (to alleviate diarrhea of the mouth)
Cypress (to cause dreams to become nightmares) [Substitute for Yew]
Vinegar
Jar with tight-fitting lid
Coins or food offering
Step One: Take the photo or poppet, and the black marker or needle and thread, and draw X’s or sew a series of cross-stitches over the mouth. The number will depend on how badly the target has been slandering you. For worse transgressions, use more X’s.
Say: 

I bind your mouth, I bind your voiceBecause you made the foolish choiceTo insult, slander, and seek to maim,But now it is YOU who will be shamed.

Step Two: Place the poppet or photo, and the hair and nails into the jar. Add the lobelia and the allspice. While adding the valerian, juniper berries, and cypress, say:

No more words and no more speechBut dreams I place within your reachInto your head these herbs will sendA nightmare world without an endYou chose to derogate and derideNow meet my friends on the Other Side

Step Three: Fill the jar with vinegar (or urine, if you prefer), and seal it. Wax or duct tape around the rim will prevent escape.
Step Four: Take the jar to a cemetery. Bury it inside the gate. Leave the coins or food as an offering for the dead who dwell there. Walk away without looking back.

Friends On The Other Side Curse - to cause nightmares for someone who is insulting you, gossiping about you, or otherwise making your life difficult by running their mouth

Don’t you disrespect me, little man
Don’t you derogate or deride
You’re in my world now, not your world
And I’ve got friends on the other side

You will need:

  • Photo of the person, or a blank cloth poppet
  • Target’s hair or nails, if you can get them
  • Black marker, or needle and black thread
  • Valerian (for a constant groggy feeling)
  • Juniper berries (to cause visions)
  • Lobelia (aka Gagroot, to make them choke on their words)
  • Allspice (to alleviate diarrhea of the mouth)
  • Cypress (to cause dreams to become nightmares) [Substitute for Yew]
  • Vinegar
  • Jar with tight-fitting lid
  • Coins or food offering

Step One: Take the photo or poppet, and the black marker or needle and thread, and draw X’s or sew a series of cross-stitches over the mouth. The number will depend on how badly the target has been slandering you. For worse transgressions, use more X’s.

Say:

I bind your mouth, I bind your voice
Because you made the foolish choice
To insult, slander, and seek to maim,
But now it is YOU who will be shamed.

Step Two: Place the poppet or photo, and the hair and nails into the jar. Add the lobelia and the allspice. While adding the valerian, juniper berries, and cypress, say:

No more words and no more speech
But dreams I place within your reach
Into your head these herbs will send
A nightmare world without an end
You chose to derogate and deride
Now meet my friends on the Other Side

Step Three: Fill the jar with vinegar (or urine, if you prefer), and seal it. Wax or duct tape around the rim will prevent escape.

Step Four: Take the jar to a cemetery. Bury it inside the gate. Leave the coins or food as an offering for the dead who dwell there. Walk away without looking back.

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    Oh, very nice. I like the very first chant in the beginning.
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