Moroccan Arabic Magic Against Bad Luck
This ritual performed by the Moroccan wizards aims to banish bad luck from the victim by transferring to another person or animal.
Take a woolen cord to measure the length of the circumference from each finger of the hands of the affected by bad luck, and another cotton cord is tied around his waist and he should carry it for two days. At the end of the second day, the two are taken and rolled into a ball, which is placed in a small canvas, to which are added three old rusty nails, sage leaves, rosemary, thyme, kelp, anise seeds, sulfur, piece and a piece of Benzoe resin. The bad luck affected by bad luck should then bring a clay pot with spring water and let it stand under the moon with the bundle overnight. In the morning, he has to put them back, pouring a spoon with water behind his back and staring without looking back. He must gather one pebble from each city gate, as well as take a pebble from a river bed and river water. Back in the home, the pebbles are placed in a metal container of fire, and separately the overnight water is mixed together with the river and also heated to the fire. When the water boils the pebbles are put into it and after it has cooled, it must be washed with it and finally burns the canvas bundle. The home then comes with Benzoe and immediately goes beyond it, as the first animal or person who is met will accept bad luck on himself.©
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