Psalm 109 White Prayer Candle Spell for Vindication and Revenge

Old Style Bible and Pslams


Today we are going to begin a new column in regarding using the Psalms to do your candle work for change and for outcomes that you desire. These “recipes” for candle work with Psalms come from various sources such as my own Bible, a few native informants and also traditionally inscribed in various tomes.


1 Piece White Parchment Paper (you can find small boxes of this paper at any Office Depot or Staples)

1 White Glass 7- day Novena Candle

1 Bottle of Revenge Oil


Take the parchment paper (8.5 x 11 inches) and place it into your printer and copy and paste this Psalm 109 onto the paper. Now for more effectiveness, you may write this Psalm by hand, thinking of the victim all the while you wire.
Then, turn paper over and write your enemy’s name nine times. Turn the paper 90 degrees ( to a horizontal position) and across your enemy’s name, wrtie your full name. Make sure you have an inch clearing all around the edge of the paper.

Then, in one long , continuous line and WITHOUT LIFTING YOUR PEN, write exactly what you would like to see happen to the enemy, any curses or indicators that this is marked for him or her specifically. Here is an example of a curse:


Notice that it is purposely made into a run-on sentence with no breaks and this is how you must write – without lifting the pen.

If you lift the pen, and it is natural to do so to dot the “i” or cross the “t”, you will need to begin all over again for the spell to be effective.

Anoint the corners of the petition paper with Revenge Oil

At this point, it would seem that a black candle would be used, as some traditions would do. I used a white candle, because we a seeking justice through the hands of God, and nothing that is associated with God should be dark.

Clean your candle with lemon juice (see the “Proper Candle Preparation” category on the right of this page) and sit it in the center of a white plate with the petition paper/Psalm under it. Light it after 6:30 am on a Sunday morning. Pray over the candle “the Lord’s Prayer” (“The Lord is my Shepherd…”) that first Sunday morning and every morning as you arise and go about your day.

When the candle gets low in wax, clean and begin another white 7-day Novena candle and set it right next to the other until the first burns out. When first light is out, remove glass and recycle. Continue this pattern until desired results are achieved.

One thing to remember: God’s time is not our time. To him, a year may be a moment or a century. We do not know but we must burn our candles for His intervention and Trust the He will administer Justice in our behalf, in His own time and in His own way.


Psalm 109 Prayer for Vindication and Vengeance

To the leader. Of David. A Psalm.
1  Do not be silent, O God of my praise.
2  For wicked and deceitful mouths are opened against me,
speaking against me with lying tongues.
3  They beset me with words of hate,
and attack me without cause.
4  In return for my love they accuse me,
even while I make prayer for them.a
5  So they reward me evil for good,
and hatred for my love.
6  They say, “Appoint a wicked man against him;
let an accuser stand on his right.
7  When he is tried, let him be found guilty;
let his prayer be counted as sin.
8  May his days be few;
may another seize his position.
9  May his children be orphans,
and his wife a widow.
10  May his children wander about and beg;
may they be driven out ofc the ruins they inhabit.
11  May the creditor seize all that he has;
may strangers plunder the fruits of his toil.
12  May there be no one to do him a kindness,
nor anyone to pity his orphaned children.
13  May his posterity be cut off;
may his name be blotted out in the second generation.
14  May the iniquity of his fatherd be remembered before the LORD,
and do not let the sin of his mother be blotted out.
15  Let them be before the LORD continually,
and may hise memory be cut off from the earth.
16  For he did not remember to show kindness,
but pursued the poor and needy
and the brokenhearted to their death.
17  He loved to curse; let curses come on him.
He did not like blessing; may it be far from him.
18  He clothed himself with cursing as his coat,
may it soak into his body like water,
like oil into his bones.
19  May it be like a garment that he wraps around himself,
like a belt that he wears every day.”
20  May that be the reward of my accusers from the LORD,
of those who speak evil against my life.
21  But you, O LORD my Lord,
act on my behalf for your name’s sake;
because your steadfast love is good, deliver me.
22  For I am poor and needy,
and my heart is pierced within me.
23  I am gone like a shadow at evening;
I am shaken off like a locust.
24  My knees are weak through fasting;
my body has become gaunt.
25  I am an object of scorn to my accusers;
when they see me, they shake their heads.
26  Help me, O LORD my God!
Save me according to your steadfast love.
27  Let them know that this is your hand;
you, O LORD, have done it.
28  Let them curse, but you will bless.
Let my assailants be put to shame;f may your servant be glad.
29  May my accusers be clothed with dishonor;
may they be wrapped in their own shame as in a mantle.
30  With my mouth I will give great thanks to the LORD;
I will praise him in the midst of the throng.
31  For he stands at the right hand of the needy,
to save them from those who would condemn them to death.


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