December 29, 2010

The Season of the Witch is Here

"Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live," it says in the book of Exodus (xxii, 18). This and other Biblical admonitions and commands both defined the witch and prescribed his or her fate. A witch is someone in consort with Satan, the Evil One, the spirit who rebelled against God but whom God suffered to live.

Today, a typical general witch is portrayed as an old hag, wearing a pointed hat and flying on a broomstick across a full moon. Either that or you have the slightly modern witches wearing robes, a wand in one hand and chanting "Wingardium Leviosa" to levitate a feather. However, no matter how old-fashioned or modern a witch is to the general understanding, one thing is for sure, witches and their spells are something we normal folks can't counteract, which leaves us all pretty much at the mercy of witches all around the world.

Yeah, you've guessed it. Spells are the only thing that scares me when it comes to dealing with witches. (Assuming I would ever come across a lost witch and having to deal with her - in my lifetime). Witches and warlocks are the last things I would ever want to come across.

Don't believe me? OK, check out this video below and then TELL me you're not afraid of witches!

Even though I have listed the reasons I am afraid of witches, there is still one particular witch that I would like to go check out this season. And because this is The Season of The Witch, I hope I can count of Nicholas Cage to not let me be caught by a witch and eaten alive since I'm still *cough* very young *cough*.

Season of the witch

So, if you do not want to be hexed by a witch or get into witchcraft trouble, pack up your gear and get these ready :
  1. Earplugs so that you won't hear the spell they cast on you in order for it to work.
  2. Keep a bottle of salt nearby. Make a circle of salt and stay in the circle so that witches cannot come near you.
  3. Bury a knife under your doorstep to protect your home from witches, who supposedly can't pass over cold iron.
  4. Prevent a witch from making your milk cow dry by making a bell out of brass and hang it around the cow's neck because witches hate brass.
  5. If a witch infects you with a spell, drink water from a running creek for nine days straight using a cup made of cypress wood.
  6. Put a witch's nail or hair clippings in a small glass bottle. Burying the bottle will break the witch's spell.  Hanging the bottle in the fireplace will keep witches from flying into the room. Burning the bottle or if the bottle burst, then it means the witch is killed.
Alright, you're ready for some witch-action. But don't blame me if your finger rots off.

P/S : This post is for a contest entry by Nuffnang.

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