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Warlock magic spells

Warlock magic spells

Warlock magic spells are cast by men. Warlocks are male witches. The spells they cast carry the same significance of witch (female) spells, with a focus toward the masculine instead of the feminine. Warlocks cast spells of protection, guidance, or for yearly rituals/holidays. While witchcraft has been associated with women, warlocks (male practitioners of witchcraft) have a presence in the craft.

The warlock will have an alter or worship area in their personal space the same as a witch. The warlock will gather tokens, amulets, incense, candles and talismans that create the power and comfort for them. Warlocks will modify some spells to account for the masculine side of their nature, but the ultimate spell magic from a warlock is the same as that for a witch.

Protection spells are cast for the warlock’s safety from negative spiritual forces and negative physical forces. They will use the standard protection spell that includes three white candles, incense and if the spell is being cast for someone other than the warlock, a photo of the person or their name written on a piece of white paper.

The warlock will light the candles that have been placed in a triangle. Either the warlock of the token of the person receiving the protection spell will be placed in the center of the white candles. The warlock will light the incense (his chosen scent, this is a personal choice) and call upon the spirits for protection. This spell is neither masculine nor feminine. The warlock will not need to modify the spell for gender. A protection spell calls upon the universal force of good to protect the recipient.

Certain herbs are considered masculine in force: anise, basil, betony, chamomile, cinnamon, mint, parsley, pepper, rosemary, sage, St. john’s wort, and wormwood. These herbs will be used when the warlock wants to modify a spell.

If the warlock needs a fertility spell, then he would target the spell towards his gender. He would gather two red candles, musk oil, red satin cloth, and one of the masculine scents listed above either in candle, incense or oil form. The two red candles represent the couple. He will place the candles on the red cloth. He will drip the musk oil over the wick of the candle before lighting it. Then the warlock will light the candles from a single source (one match, one lighter), placing them side-by-side.

Then he will ignite the incense and circle the smoke around his physical frame with the incense. Once this is done, he will place the incense close to himself and the two red candles. He will then call upon the spirits to increase his fertility. Changing these thoughts over in his mind. The meditation time varies per individual, but it should take at least ten minutes to assure proper spiritual support. The warlock will blow out the candles, let the incense burn to the end, and store the supplies in the red cloth until used again. The warlock should copy this ritual for seven days.

Warlock magic spells are performed by men and in certain cases are gender specific, but the act of spell casting is neither male nor female.

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46 Responses to “Warlock magic spells”

  1. Viktor on March 26th, 2009 11:47 am

    my question is:how can i become a warlock.

  2. Destiny on April 30th, 2009 3:52 pm

    Hi Victor

    Firstly we at Divine Answers welcome discussion at our site and we encourage healthy debate by all our spiritual companions. The best way to become a Warlock is to join forums and network with other Warlocks on the internet. Also this compendium we recommend is an excellent resource for entering the world of witchcraft.

  3. Al-Zarath on May 2nd, 2009 2:00 am

    Hi Victor

    I am Al-Zarath the Elder, I sense you are an old soul?
    The way of the Warlock is calling available souls so keep seeking!

    Victor, you need to obtain a Bolline, a cauldron, and your personal B.O.S (Book of Shadows)

    Victor, you need to connect to your Patron Deity!

    Al-Zarath

  4. joseph val on May 15th, 2009 6:50 am

    can i became a warlock even i’m still studying or i’m still below 18? do you have books of warlockspells or books about warlocks? can i still be a warlock even though im just reading books about warlocks or warlockspells?

  5. Destiny on June 1st, 2009 9:51 pm

    Hi Joseph,

    good question. You can become a Warlock at any age. True abilities transcend age. I would recommend you could contact Al Zarath, one of our D.A readers who is a Wiccan Spell caster. His email is [email protected] However I find that information is generally more valuable if it is charged for and such a book we refer on witchcraft etc on our site provides excellent advice to further your knowledge.

    D x

  6. John on August 18th, 2009 8:01 am

    Dear whom ever,

    Its true that what you say about warlock’s is true, to a point. Warlocks are not good to be, in any culture be it witchcraft or christianity, they are seen as something bad. Although preception is either good or bad, the point is calling yourself a warlock is something that one cannot be proud of, unless you are a Satanist or Luciferian.

    The word warlock comes from Scotland, it means oath-breaker, or traitor. Therefore the name warlock is given to those whom have betrayed a Coven or broken a sacred oath.

    Although, as I stated above, only those who practice Santanism and Luciferian worships, depict the word Warlock for male, and witch for female.

  7. Gmr on September 22nd, 2009 5:53 pm

    how can i become a warlock easy

  8. Dooshface on October 30th, 2009 3:36 am

    John’s right, warlock does mean traitor. Those who call themselves such don’t know what they’re talking about and in certain circles, it might even get you killed.

  9. joseph val on October 31st, 2009 1:57 am

    hello…it’s me again joseph val..well, i just want to know if WARLOCKS also celebrate the 8 SABBATHS like in wicca?

  10. theophilus on August 19th, 2010 10:46 am

    Oath breakers. Everyone at sometime or even many times will break an oath. The thing is, who’s oath will you break.

  11. Michael on February 24th, 2011 12:52 pm

    I have always had a little something inside, it may sound weird but i feel things differently than everyone i know. I have always been able to persuade people just by being around them. i have dreams future,past,present and there is this thing i do which i dont understand i dont even have to be asleep to piggy back in others dreams mainly women. i feel as i am born into a magic world i dont understand and would very much like to as to fill this void inside that craves for the knowledge of past and present Warlocks. Until then thank you

  12. gerald on February 28th, 2011 5:08 am

    Can be a diagram of spells in witch craft?

  13. Max on April 2nd, 2011 1:49 pm

    I want to be come a warlock

  14. Excessum on April 26th, 2011 2:09 am

    I am curious as a child things came to me easy enough but my limitation is the fact I cannot do anything more than basic spells. Such as the Star of David wishing spell. Anything I can do beyond this measure is only dictated by strong will of the moment and are not entirely predictable. I feel as if I’m being blocked by something or someone that doesn’t wish for me to go any farther. Is there a way to counter this or a way to get by it?

  15. Charlie on May 10th, 2011 6:57 am

    Does something like this dangerous?

  16. Doug on May 12th, 2011 10:46 am

    Hi there I did’t know that beeing a warlock is a bad thing I gness now i do’O'll Butt I do khow that this person calling people dooshface means to me that there IQ is low.I know my spelling sucks I amite that.My spirt know your IQ IS LOW.He’s not nice at all.my spirit.I just want some ansears Me and my spirit have’nt been connected for along time.Just getting back agian.Starting over.Looking for some good books and stuff too start out in.Allready have three amulet two are voodoo ones wicca.I like the elements.I like to go out side when it sorming out and watch the show the pretty lighting and the sound of thounder is sweat music to my ears..other would be afraid not me.I se veasion of lighting and going places im not asleep when i see the storms and other places.Im awake but not.What’s that about.My favert coller is red and purple..The last thing mite sound weired to some maybe not.Ihate wasp and horet;s so much i got to kill on site point blank.somthing in side flipps a switch and that wasp is toast..bear handed i chase them.Got a Wasp problem?I just movie to place that does have wasp go figure.Another wasp bites the dust.

  17. mathew on June 8th, 2011 1:01 am

    i believe i am a Pyromancer the reason why is ever since i was 13 i kept conjuring up fireballs on the palms of my hands that would appear when i got really angry it freaked me out at first but i have gotten used 2 it i can control it now

  18. Loki on June 8th, 2011 2:34 am

    I wanted to forge my skill, but I don’t know how..

  19. warpatron on June 15th, 2011 9:17 pm

    Hey i found out recently dat im from a witchcraft bloodline wit a rumor genrational curse. my aunt’s been having visions of me being the one 2 break the curse. i know the only way is by using the dark forces i genetically inherited. is there anyone who can give me any tips on how to become a warlock?

  20. Khan on June 16th, 2011 7:22 pm

    I practice in black and white magic. I am a wiccan. I was wondering if pagans and wiccans are the same? I heard that pagans were warlocks. And I also heard that warlock mean truth bender. But what i would also like to know is, how can i get a real book of shadows? And do u know any sites to go to for me to meet more wiccans?

  21. thomas phan on July 7th, 2011 3:28 pm

    my family tells me that i am a natural born but i need help developing my power an energy i have but i have a lot of mental issues i need someone to help me a group or person but hopefuly close to my area any sugestions i live in ashtabula ohio

  22. Dalton on July 13th, 2011 1:19 am

    Hey im Dalton and all i seek in the world is answers to myself ive always been drawn to witchcarft. I enjoy hearing about it. I just need advice from somone. I have this energy in me i cant comprehend and i feel my self being torn apart

  23. David Hickle on July 18th, 2011 6:47 pm

    hi i want to be a new member but if i can i want to be ritully abused sexually and ritully abused through cannibalism will this church allow it i am a 32 year old man i live at 4045 castel dr. groveport ohio 43125 i can also be reached at 1-614-920-3398

  24. Trent on August 8th, 2011 3:01 am

    One day I went to one of those strange jypsie shops and bout a book I know what your thinking dumb kid why would you buy a book from a crazy jypsie well I was 11 so anyway I think I may have cursed myself with a spell called 2nd sight Know I see strange images of peoples deaths and my friends say that feel strange and cold when ther around and get this it took me a while to notice but my eyes went from hazel to gray??? And I can’t find reversal spell in book anyone got any ideas I’m 13 and live in Ohio

  25. UndeadAlchemist on September 4th, 2011 12:23 am

    I am the primeval, eldest of all souls…

  26. zander on October 6th, 2011 12:38 pm

    you guys will regret saying what your sayin bout warlocks

  27. zander on October 6th, 2011 12:42 pm

    reversal-
    my spell went wrong as u can see reverseit perfectly without a flaw and leave me stunned and in an aw

  28. zander on October 6th, 2011 12:44 pm

    you get a real book of showdow from a book store but if you want it to be more powerful you have to create it

  29. zander on October 6th, 2011 12:48 pm

    not all warlocks r bad some just dont have others to practice with besides i like my work i dont like it when people tell me what i should and should not do

  30. Cris on March 25th, 2012 8:32 pm

    How and what do you need to become a warlock

  31. Conner on April 23rd, 2012 2:28 pm

    Ummmm. Well you got it all wrong.
    A warlock isn’t a male witch in fact a witch
    Focusis on more so pretection spells
    While a warlock uses his/her magic threw
    Demons! The term warlock means oath
    Breaker! Ive learned all about this stuff my
    Mom’s magic is Wicca even thou she likes
    To call herself a Druid. And my dad is verry
    Strong in Voodu and as a warlock so I no what
    The term means and I’m verry good and strong
    At it!!!

  32. Veda on June 4th, 2012 9:09 pm

    My grandad was a warlock and my grandmother is a witch. i was wondering how do i get into her world and ask questions because im interested. but she acts as if she is sworn to secrecy. so how do i get her to show me what she knows.

  33. Gen on February 18th, 2013 12:08 am

    Warlocks are oath breakers in the old tounge yes, though that doesnt nesscesarly denote that all warlocks are evil. There may be those in the world that are regretfull for breaking an oath or have betrayed a circle for other reasons besides that of malevolent ideas. I will say this though there are such things as good warlocks out there that may use the craft they learned to help innocents for I may quote magic is neither good or evil thus that power lies within the heart of any magick user. I speak from personal experince for I to have owned the title yet only to know that my actions cost me my happiness and knowledge of the art. Now as I have learned from that I will know that being a warlock does not mean being evil only just being human with an extrordinary gift who makes mistakes. I still posess my gift though I will always carry the burden and the title of , a warlock yet I retain the goodness in the use of magick. So if anyone wishes to ask freely, yes I am a good warlock as there are and may be in this world and this reality. There is wisdom in that.

  34. RIak Vashnor on February 19th, 2013 12:44 pm

    I have always admired Warlocks. They come in many different types. They can be ruthless, they can be loyal, some I have met are even the passionate type. But no matter how many I meet, they all ave the same thing in common. Magic. It is their essance, their being, their entire life style. A Warlock is no Warlock without his spells. Another thing, is they seem to know when they are going to have a visitor, even if it had not been planned in advance.

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  39. a_light on April 14th, 2014 8:43 pm

    “Warlock” comes from the old words “war” = “man” + “lock” = “circle”. A warlock is a male witch who uses powerful magic.

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  41. James on April 29th, 2014 10:23 am

    Warlock used to refer to a male witch is more modern viewpoint which varies greatly depending upon whom asked. The term became more popular with Hollywood portrayals and with modern views. Prior to the age of television, a witch referred to both female and male. Even use of the term, warlock as an oath-breaker seems to be stretching things a bit. I have materials dating back prior to the 1900′s and witch meant both male or females. The term warlock was not found in this material. If someone has factual evidence with materials supporting the use of the term say 500 years or beyond, it would be interesting to view. I just don’t believe it actually exist. Today, many males simply enjoy the use of the term taking comfort in the masculine meaning of the term. I do not believe “warlock” prior to the age of television, had anything to do with “oak-breaker” as many try to suggest in reference to a warlock or male witch. Warlock, however, could mean “oath-breaker” a male witch who is viewed upon as an oath-breaker if based upon a Hollywood or NeoPagan mentality . The later seems more fantasy rather than fact. Never-the-less, personally the word witch seems to be more accurate for both male and female from my point of view.

  42. James on May 2nd, 2014 4:20 am

    The etymology of WARLOCK meaning “oath-breaker” is incorrect. It is twisted fantasy and make believe. Please consider this:

    WARLOCK comes from waerloga and is compounded by two words. First; Waer in Old English wær means aware, wary, prudent, and being alert. Suggesting devloping one’s own awareness or being cautious. The second part of the word, Loga which means LAW as in, Old English lagu (plural laga/loga, comb. form lah-) “law, ordinance, rule, regulation; district governed by the same laws,” from Old Norse *lagu “law.” Hence NOTHING ABOUT OATH.

    Once asking several people born prior to the 1900s they had no knowledge use of the word.

    It is WRONG to say W?rloga meant Oath Breaker. Old English ?th; and Old English breaker is abrecan. All the additional negatives are also equally false. Period.

    I, too am so sick of seeing bad etymology. Loga or Logu means Laws, not lies. Waer means a man, like in Waerwulf man wolf for the later werewolf. Waerloga would have the meaning of Man of Law; aka Law Man such as in sheriff; a Law Man. Second Warlock comes itself from Warden lock a Protector of Bonds as in oaths as a Priest Officiating and Witnessing Oaths such as a Wedding Bond, or a oath given bond, or someone swearing an oath on a Ring which was an old custom long before monotheism entered into Europe.

    Middle English, from Old English lagu, of Scandinavian origin; akin to Old Norse lo?g law; akin to Old English licgan to lie — more at lie

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