Holy Mars-retrograde, kids - my most common requests presently are for revenge, moving bad people away, and protection spells... Well, I'm gonna get a protection spells post up soon, but today let's examine using spellcraft to get unwanted neighbors and vistors to leave you alone. :)
I've gone over this in here before, but one common recipie for getting jerks to move away or vacate a certain place is Hot Foot powder. This is very easily made with equal parts kosher salt, sulphur, and cayenne, which is its basic recipie. There are "meaner" ways of making this (for example the addition of rust, among other ingredients,) but just the three ingredients I'd mentioned are all you NEED.
Now, people don't seem too confused on the making of Hot Foot powder, but how in the eff it is properly used seems to sort of baffle some people, so let's go over a few easy ways you might employ this powder to get someone to move out:
1.) Sprinkled beneath dust mat outside of target's front door - using nine "sprinkles," sprinkle the powder in an equal armed X shape while saying "(Name of Target) leave this property forever!" (or something similar,) nine times. If your target is an entire family use the family name instead of the individual names of the targets - for example, "Smith family, leave this property immediately!" or "John Q Smith and family, move from this property immediately!"
2.) Sprinkled where the target(s) will walk over it (ie in the target's path.) To do this, one should make "wavy lines" (I personally just more or less spinkle the powder and it makes wavy-ish lines,) in an odd number in a spot where the target must walk - a common place for this is actually in front of the driver's side of the wouldbe-target's car - and say the command 9 times (ie "John Q Smith, move far from this place immediately," etc.)
3.) Dusted lightly on an area the target will touch. This is generally sprinkled on door knobs, handles, or other surfaces you can reasonably assume the target must come in contact with, and as you sprinkle it, of course, say the command, for example "John Q Smith, leave this place immediately!"
Another "Get the hell away from me" recipie that is both common and useful is Four Theives Vinegar, which is generally red wine vinegar (about the size of the vinegar jar you buy is fine,) 3 or so garlic cloves mashed up...and here is where recipies differ. I know some people use salt, peppercorns, etc... My personal recipie (or at least that passed down to me,) is red wine vinegar, about 3 garlic cloves mashed up, and then some rosemary, sage, and optional, but good, some rue. People get very hung up on the "how much do I add," thing...while I actually don't use a measure, it looks like about 2 tbsp of each herb.
2 ways to use Four Theives:
1.) Wash down your front doorstep with this mixture if you don't want company. One word of advice, though, it smells like salad dressing, so if you don't want your porch to smell like a pasta salad for a little bit, then this might not be what you're looking for.
2.) Write your target's name on a slip of paper, place this into a small vial, fill with four theives vinegar and throw into a river to make your enemy leave you be. Generally, you say the command while you fill the vial with vinegar, (for example, "John Q Smith, move far far away from this place now," and sometimes cussing is added, so for example "John Q Smith, you horrible jackass, get the f*** out of this place, and move far far away forever!") and then when you throw the vial into the river, you also call the command out after it.
I have also known people to burn a hot foot candle (get a seven day red candle, poke 5 holes into the top part where the wax is exposed, and then pour a few drops of hot foot oil - mineral oil + hot foot powder ingredients - into the holes) on a name paper made out with the target's name written nine times (check the Questions You've Asked Me Archives for how to write out a name paper,) with the command "Move away now," written across their name, and have taken the name paper, placed this in a jar/bottle and filled with four theives vinegar, which is then thrown into moving water like a river. :) Wow, that was one loooong run on sentence for you to ingest.
I hope this has been educational! :) Protection spells coming up soon!