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Protection from School Bullies 
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PROTECTION FROM A SCHOOL BULLY

If you are trying to avoid a bully, try candle magick in this way. This is a very old binding, a ritual, really.

Use a black candle to display the person's anger. Calling the elements, tie a cord (obviously short) around the candle's base or feet:

By three and nine your power I bind.
By Moon and Sun my will be done."

Tie the candle's waist now:

Sky and Sea, keep harm from me,
Cord go 'round, power be bound.

Tie cord around the candle's neck:

Light revealed,
NOW BE SEALED.
Snuff the candle:
SO MOTE IT BE!

Carry the candle, unlit of course. See if this works for
you. BB!

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Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:31 pm
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Post Re: Protection from School Bullies
To Bully.I believe the word derives from Bull baiting and Bull dog and implies uncontrolled aggression.IMO now we are in the 21st century I think it should be consigned to history.A spade is a spade and 'Bullying' is assault and/or intimidation.Both these things can be referred to the law but as we all know,the law is an ass.Or an arse,take your pick.Carrie, I think your procedure is an excellent remedy for promoting a psychological defense but for practical purposes,I reccommend karate classes.Also,read some books that give reference to logical debate and the use of language.Self esteem is gained from each small victory.

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