This curse jar ritual is low budget and easy for beginners. It is very open to interpretation and can be used in many ways. So, feel free to alter any part of this curse to your own tastes, needs and what you have on hand. You can even change the chant! To make this ritual your own!

I hope you enjoy this ritual, Good luck and happy cursing!!


A pickle jar, minus the pickles (Remove the pickles, LEAVE THE JUICE) The juice is acidic and will cause more harm.
Thumbtacks, pins, nails (something sharp will do)
Spices such as chilli powder. (I prefer to add some spices to burn those intended.)
Additional nasties ie. spices or liquids. (Spit, lemon juice, pepper, etc.)
A white or black candle.
Name/picture/item of those intended.


Set up your space and atmosphere. (get in the right mind space and light some candles)
Make sure you have a white or black candle lit.
Add your spices and liquids into your jar of pickle juice.
Carefully add your sharp objects into your jar.
Then add your intended’s taglock into the jar. (you can add a sigil as well)
Close your jar tightly.
Chant the following 3 times while you shake your jar:
“Goddess, I invoke thee!

There has been injustice done to me!

I ask vengeance be brought down upon thee!

Cursed by me they shall be!

No relief from pain they shall see!

Until I let it be!”

Once you have completed your chant seal the jar with wax and place in a dark place. The closer to the intended the better. But if it ends up hidden in a closet that is okay too. If you do keep it handy you can shake it and repeat your chant as often as you’d like.

NOTE: When you feel ready to end this curse you will need to break the jar and dispose of the contents. How you do this is up to you; I know everyone has their own idea of the best way for disposing curse jars.

I hope that this was informative and helpful. If so, tell me in the comments below. Share with us all the pictures of your jars and how they worked for you.

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