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DarkRoots
Oct 23, 2007, 10:20 AM
If I want to make my boyfriend forget something or say I want to make someone to forget something. Explain the basis on how I should do it. I need a very potent spell to help convince them that either nothing happened or something else did without harming them. Yes I'm into wicca that's why I need a little advice on how the spell should be down. I could create my own in which case I do for most of my spells, but any great ideas would be beneficial. :( I need to know

Lowtax4eva
Oct 23, 2007, 10:26 AM
Why not just apologize and try and make the situation better? If something like this actually worked everyone would know and use it by now and no one would ever go to jail, they'd just make the judge forget...

NeedKarma
Oct 23, 2007, 10:28 AM
I'd love to hear how this sort of spell is done. Please, someone who does spells successfully please post the answer.

icecream
Oct 24, 2007, 01:31 PM
Coooooool Im interested as well :D

mrah
Mar 17, 2008, 01:37 PM
Causing people to forget is a harmful kind of magic. You are taking something from them that maybe they did not want to lose. Plus its an invasion of their mind, something that everyone should be able to keep private. If you want him to forget something you've done, possibly that hurts him, the best thing to do is to talk to him and work it out.
Though we may wish it were true, magic does not offer easy answers.

'ever mind the rule of three, what you do will come back to you in the form of three'

jammixmaster
Mar 21, 2008, 07:17 PM
Those kinds of spells don't exist unless a witch creates them his/herself. Plus, in Wicca that sort of spell would fall under "black" magic. Wiccan magic is supposed to be pure and free of negative energy. Its about the Goddess and God, and their Divine love. Its about healing, wellness, prosperity, peace, love, wisdom, inner being. Not making people forget things.

Que dark rose
Apr 2, 2008, 12:14 PM
Not everyone believes in the rule of 3. But most people do so a spell like this would be rare to come by. There are spells to make someone forget a secret if your situation consists of a secret. I myself to believe in the rule of 3 but I also believe if it has a good purpose at heart and not just self gain then you could very well do a spell like this without it coming back, but I think I know what you're taking about and personaly I really wouldn't mind one of these spells myself. Lol :) good luck on what ever your choice to handle the situation is.

nightgypsy
May 18, 2008, 06:12 AM
:eek: first of all if you practice magick there is something that you must of learned while doing your reading. The three fold law and bad karma! Sorry to tell you but having someone forget what has happened or what has been done is against that and if you figured out a way to do it its going to come back and bite you in the backside three fold guaranteed ! I've practiced for some time now and in my earlier times I made that mistake though I still have lots to lean. The truth is the truth and what ever you do to try and stop it it usually comes out in some other form whether subtle or dramatic (the subtle are the better of course :P) anyway point being its not a good idea if you want to get hurt.

Valdis
Jun 10, 2008, 10:04 AM
Guys, firstly:

Not everyone is Wiccan, and the "karma" or "threefold law" applies only to WICCAN MAGICK. Not necessarily other types of magick. And I can speak, being one who does happen to practise those "other" types of magick. So kindly, from here on out, stop lecturing each other about beliefs and a morality system not everyone may share. You can be a witch and not be Wiccan, just as you can be a Wiccan and not be a witch.

Now, to answer the question, a potent spell is not necessary. You can Google a spell very easily and modify it according to what you need. Just be sure to stay within the correspondences called for in that particular spell.

softbalgrl1331
Jul 2, 2008, 12:39 PM
Umm... what is "wicca"?

krissyg2991
Jul 10, 2008, 06:44 PM
Honestly, while I firmly believe that what you believe is up to you and all hunky dory with me, I think that you should probably just learn from your mistakes and learn that words can't be taken back just like everyone else. Everyone says things they wish that they could take back but it's just part of life and you have to learn how to repair those errors through communication in order to build good relationships. Trying to use a spell would be cheating yourself of valuable life lessons.

However, what you choose to do is up to you and I can't convince you of anything, but I wish you the best of luck either way. :P

path
Jul 22, 2008, 10:20 AM
I have been PAGAN for many years and I know of no such "spell". I asked a few friends and they didn't know one either. As the old joke goes, I use to know a forget spell but I forgot it.

ladywoodspirit
Oct 28, 2008, 07:09 AM
I find this question interesting as I was looking online for such a spell. First I would like to say that I do NOT believe in the 3 fold law. I do however, believe in cause & affect. I also do not believe in black or white magick. Magick is energy manipulation, pure & simple. It holds no intentions of any kind. It is people who put the intention into it. It is more accurate to say the practitioner is black or white. NOT the magick itself as it cannot be either, anymore than electricity can be good or evil. It's all in how it is used. That being said, a spell to forget is the same. I can see how it could be a violation of a person's mind (& of course wrong to do), but it can also be good. Which is my case. My daughter has asked me to help her children to forget someone, a young man who was a friend of theirs for a time. He was murdered earlier this year & the children still cry for him. Time has passed yet they still grieve. We both believe it is in their best interest to forget Jason, at least for now. It does them no good to be upset over someone that they will naturally forget about in time since they are so young. But for now, they hang onto the memory. And yes, they know he is dead but we know they are too young to understand what that means. All they seem to know is he is gone. Blessings to all, Lady Wood Spirit

jammixmaster
Oct 28, 2008, 12:48 PM
umm....what is "wicca"?

To put it in one sentence: Wicca is a nature based religion. But to be honest its hard to explain here, just type the word "Wicca" into Google or something and find out that way.

Alder
Nov 4, 2008, 01:23 PM
Rather than giving specifics about how to do it, most of the people who answered started by addressing the ethics of it. Frankly, that's a good place to start.

Regardless of the particular belief system or cultural tradition involved, you do have to square this with your sense of right and wrong. Hopefully, you have a nice, well-developed sense of right and wrong. Breaking into someone's mind and stealing a memory is no different than breaking into his house and stealing something from there. Ordinarily, that's wrong. But what if he had taken something from you without permission, and the only way to get it back was to break in and take it? Where does it cross the line between stealing and repo?

The same holds true for this memory. If he read your diary or something, maybe you can bind him in a way so that he doesn't remember that he knows whatever it is he found out, or at least so he never thinks to tell anyone else or do anything with the info. But if, for example, he caught you cheating on him and now you want to get away with it scot free (my apologies to any readers from Scotland for the cultural slur), that's another story.

What if there were no rule of 3? What if you could do bad things without something bad happening to you? Would that make it OK? I hope DarkRoots and anyone else reading this would answer no. Wrong is wrong, whether you personally get "caught" on either the material or spiritual level for your wrongdoing.

If you do magick in a way that hurts other people (and taking things from them, including their memories, is hurtful, at least potentially), you do harm in the world. The only way you can do that is by telling yourself that in some way you are not connected to the beings you hurt. Anyone who practices true magick knows that ain't so. We are all part of the great Oneness that some of us call the Goddess. The first law of magick, "As above, so below" only works because of the link between One and Many.

I recommend that any magick you do be with the intention of, "I intend to do blah, blah, blah as it shall be in the highest good of all beings." That tends to help. The spell I'm about to give you won't work very well without it:

Take some small object that is connected with the event you want him to forget. Put it in a small wire or metal cage (or box, perhaps, if you can't find a good cage). Say, "This is the event [such and such]. This contains all the energy of that happening. It is dead and buried, like a seed. Its energy goes down into the ground, and new life, purified of this energy, will grow." Bury it at least 18 inches in the ground, ideally in a woodland where the spirits are strong. Over the place where you buried it, set up a picture of your bf and a candle (untinted beeswax, ideally). Say, "This flame is [his name]'s remembrance of the event. As the flame burns down, it sinks beneath conscious awareness. When it goes out, the remembrance will be gone." Let it burn down to nothing and go out on its own.

Leave an offering, like fresh organic fruit and bread, at the place. Do at least three kind things for your boyfriend without telling him what you are doing or why or making a big deal of it.

Good magick takes a while to grow. He may not forget immediately. If he intends to do anything about it, just ask him not to and explain your reasons honestly. If he asks you about it, be honest about your feelings. Don't make a big deal of it, and it will blow over.

jammixmaster
Nov 4, 2008, 05:37 PM
Very well put Alder.