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Pennsylvania Dutch Hex Signs. The Pennsylvania Dutch were actually Germans. Their “hex signs” were painted on barns, carved into furniture, and hammered on to utensils. They were thought to bring...

storm-of-spearmint: “ Pennsylvania Dutch Hex Signs. The Pennsylvania Dutch were actually Germans. Their “hex signs” were painted on barns, carved into furniture, and hammered on to utensils. They were thought to bring luck, love, and.

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Pennsylvania Dutch Hex Signs Begin by watching Video 3 -Hex Signs: Ivan Hoyt, Johnny & Eric Claypoole found on Schoology. Read the information below and tell two people something new you learn.

Not like I'm gonna whip up a curse, but sometimes you need something for protection and also just like a karmic kind of thing.. dont have any room for bad luck so im not gonna tinker with anything now, but this is interesting. Some of these things I use for protection, and I've always been obsessed with the glorious Poppy :)

Now im just picturing a witch using all the rum in a curse and her room mate being really pissed

Witchcraft Hex signs are simple symbols that you can use to help in working magick. The symbols are always easy to draw. You can carve these symbols onto candles when doing rituals or spells. You can draw them in sand, on paper, stitch them onto charm bags, and any other way you can think of to incorporate them into your magickal workings. Along the lines in history I think the term hex has gotten a bad name.

Witchcraft Hex signs are simple symbols that you can use to help in working magick. The symbols are always easy to draw. You can carve these…

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To Reverse a Hex: "Spell, spell, spell be gone! Back to which ye belong. Back to the caster take your disaster.

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