This spell is to protect the carrier of the weapon, not the weapon itself, but the spell is placed on the weapon. Wile this spell is intended to enchant a weapon used to protect your home and homeland, it can be used by hunters, police officers, soldiers, or other people who wield weapons.
What you’ll need:
- Three jars or bottles, with lids
- The weapon you wish to enchant
- Sanitized athame or blood drawing method
With your jars or bottles in hand, go to three different water sources closest to your home or the area you protect. These could be lakes, park ponds, streams, rivers, the ocean, etc. It can also be rainwater! You can also think man-produced water sources, such as tap water, swimming pool, park fountains, etc.
Once you have your water, dip a clean white cloth into each of the waters and wipe it across the weapon, essentially washing it. While doing this, concentrate on protecting the carrier of the weapon and the area you wish to protect. So if you’re the one who wields the weapon and you’re protecting your home, make sure to envision yourself being protected by the weapon from all harm. You can chant or speak your wishes aloud, if you prefer that method of enchantment.
Once the weapon has been enchanted and bathed, place a drop of blood on the weapon and say,
“With my blood, I empower this weapon,
The wielder of this weapon is protect from all harm,
The land protected will guard and protect their own.
With my blood, this spell is sealed.”
Wipe the blood off and safely store the weapon until needed.
If you have a sacred or magical number that is more relevant to you, collect a sample of water from that number of water sources.
The weapon’s protection will work best if kept in the same area the waters were collected in. However, that won’t stop the protection from working at all. It’ll work fine without being in that area – or carried by the enchanter themselves.