A Saturday night with a waning moon is idea [for this spell. Creeping Jenny (lysimachia nummularia) is an ancient plant originally found in northern Europe, but now available the world over for use in hanging baskets. In ancient mythology' it symbolized dependency' perhaps because it clings prostrate to all it grows over, gradually swamping them with its fertile fronds.
You will need:
A lock of hair from each of you
A length of willow wood
A purple candle
A tendril of creeping Jenny
This spell is sacred to you only, so it must be kept secret.
Take a lock of your own hair and a lock from the person you
wish to discourage, and twist them together in a clockwise
direction, repeating your own and the other personís name as
you do so. Spin the entwined locks of hair around the willow
wand, also clockwise. Light the candle and draw the wand
through the flame three times, to bind them all together.
Wrap the creeping Jenny counterclockwise around the wand,
reciting the following chant, and inserting the personís name:
" I bear not malice,
but cast out (name), cast out (name).Ē
Hang the wand in a dark, secret place. As the creeping Jenny withers and fades, so will the unwanted attention.