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    Not doing a sour jar just yet, but I’m planning to add a recipe into my BoS. I’m sure of all the ingredients I want to add (vinegar, needles, sharp objects, poppy seeds, mustard seeds, etc.), but what do I do with the sour jar after I seal it?
    Do I store it in a dark place and throw it away once I want to lift the hex?
    Or do I just toss it in the garbage after I seal it as a way of sending my spell out into the universe?
    If it’s the latter, how would I reverse the spell?

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  • fairfuture4584

    September 17, 2023 at 4:00 pm

    I’ve heard some people that keep it in a dark place for a time or also do like a 7 days rituals, just to shake it up and stuff. Other people literally just throw it away in trash

    If you ask ME, i’ll do both. Keep it a time just to continue working on it and then throw it away. Also if you plan to undo it then keep it.

    Either way I recommend you to search on this sub and books about sour jars

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