Is There A Magic Potion To Disintegrate A Dark Witch?
In the motion picture “The Wizard Of Oz” the wicked witch is seen melting into white vapors due to Dorthy, the witch slayer, throwing a mere bucket of water on her. In reality a plain bucket of water would do absolutely nothing to any witch. Unfortunately for green skinned witches they are more vulnerable than white witches due to the dark demonic magics they practice. If the movie was real then it would have to be a very special bucket of water. In order to actually melt, or disintegrate, a dark witch the water would need to be highly holy in nature. Preferably blessed by a powerful Priest. Although this alone would only repel a wicked witch causing some minor burns. To destroy her you’d need to dilute the following within the holy water:
- A Large Handful Of Witch Grass (Juiced)
- A Cup Of Crushed Hagstone
- A Cup Of Colloidal Silver
- A Tablespoon Of Iron Sulfide
- A Teaspoon Of Holy Salt (Preferably From A Freshly Blessed Sea Or Salt Lake)
- A Drop Of Blood From A Witch Hound (A Wolf Bloodhound Hybrid)
- A Dash Of Crushed Rubies (In reality those ruby slippers should repel a witch rather than the witch wearing them.)
With a bucket of this Dark Witch Destroyer you can rest assured no wicked witch will get the better of you! And it does need to be a bucket, or 5 gallons of the potion, fully dousing them to melt them into nothingness. Of course a small injection of this potion will also do the trick as well. This potion requires no magic, other than a Priest blessing the water, so any novice can use it to deal with a dark witch. Just be quick about it before they use their unholy powers upon you!
In addition, as a white witch myself, I hesitate to mention this but you can seriously harm, yet not melt, a white witch with a similar potion. You just need to replace the holy water with unholy water blessed by a Dark Priest, and the holy salt with unholy black salt. The colloidal silver would have to be replaced with double the Iron Sulfide while the crushed rubies would need to be swapped with crushed Obsidian. Thankfully the average individual isn’t going to find a Dark Priest in the local phone book!