Real Bloody Mary Ritual Caught On Camera

August 17, 2017 3:34 PM


Bloody Mary is a very old ritual, that dates back to an evil black magic witch called Mary Worth. It's believed the she died in front of a mirror and now shows herself to those who summon her.

If you're feeling brave and want to try Bloody Mary for yourself, then first you'll need to find a suitable mirror, the bathroom is best as you'll also need a sink or source of running water.

Next place a candle in front of the mirror and light it, this will help the spirit manifest as she'll be able to draw on the energy of the flame.

Spirits find it easier to manifest in the dark, so turn off the lights and close any blinds to ensure the room is in complete darkness apart from the light from your candle.

Turn on the water, the sound of running water was the last thing the witch heard before she died. Leave the tap running for the duration of the ritual.

Next you'll need to spin around three times, this helps to separate your conscious mind from your surroundings and let's you become more perceptive to the spirit world.

This is where things will start to get creepy, begin by staring at your own face in the mirror. Try not to break eye contact with yourself and keep as still as possible, it's best to do this while stood upright.

Now it's time to call the witch, chant these words slowly and confidently three times while staring at yourself in the mirror, "bloody Mary... bloody Mary... bloody Mary.โ€

Keep staring into the mirror, it could take seconds or several minutes but after a while your face will be replaced with the horrifying face of the witch.

If Bloody Mary appears do not run from the bathroom or the witch will follow and will be freed. Instead blow out the candle and then turn on the light and she should now have disappeared and its safe to leave the room.


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