How To Cast The Curse of Marie Laveau on Your Enemy

Marie Laveau (1794-1881) was a famous voodoo queen that ever lived in New Orleans. There is very little factual information about her and that makes her more mysterious and mystical. During her lifetime, she was known to be a very powerful witch. She had few enemies but didn’t let that bother her. For those who didn’t like her, she had few or more tricks which she used to deal with them. In this present time, the spirit of Marie Laveau can be called upon when performing spells on love, healing, death, revenge etc..

Curses are magical words designed to bring harm on your enemy.  Everyone of us has an enemy that should be cursed. Cursing your enemy is an attempt to repair and put things right. When you make things right for yourself, balance is restored.

There are many spells, tricks and prayers that can be used for cursing an enemy. In today’s post, we shall look at a Marie Laveau curse spell which can be used to bring death on someone who is harming you.


Timing: Waning or dark moon for banishing, or on a full moon for extra power.


  • Set up your altar with black candles dressed in vinegar.
  • On the candle, write down the name of your target using a needle.
  • Place an image of Marie Laveau to represent the Spirit of Death.
  • Place fifteen cents on the lap of Death to pay the spirit to obey your orders.
  • Place your hands flat upon the table.
  • Recite the following curse prayer:

“To The Man God: Oh great One, I have been sorely tried by my enemies and have been blasphemed and lied against. My good thoughts and my honest actions have been turned to bad actions and dishonest ideas. My home has been disrespected; my children have been cursed and ill-treated.

My dear ones have been back-bitten and their virtue questioned. O Man God, I beg that this that I ask for my enemies shall come to pass: “‘That the South wind shall scorch their bodies and make them wither and shall not be tempered to them.

That the North wind shall freeze their blood and numb their muscles and that it shall not be tempered to them. That the West wind shall blow away their life’s breath and will not leave their hair grow and that their finger nails shall fall off and their bones shall crumble.

That the East wind shall make their minds grow dark, their sight shall fail and their seed dry up so that they shall not multiply.
I ask that their fathers and mothers from their furthest generation will not intercede for them before the great throne, and the wombs of their women shall not bear fruit except for strangers, and that they shall become extinct.

I pray that the children who come shall be weak of mind and paralyzed of limb and that they themselves shall curse them in their turn for ever turning the breath of life into their bodies. I pray that disease and death shall be forever with them and that their worldly goods shall not prosper, and that their crops shall not multiply and that their cows, their sheep, and their hogs and all their living beasts shall die of starvation and thirst.

I pray that their house shall be unroofed and that the rain, the thunder and lightning shall find the innermost recesses of their home and that the foundation shall crumble and the floods tear it asunder. I pray that the sun shall not shed its rays on them in benevolence, but instead it shall beat down on them and burn them and destroy them.

I pray that the moon shall not give them peace, but instead shall deride them and decry them and cause their minds to shrivel. I pray that their friends shall betray them and cause them loss of power, of gold and of silver, and that their enemies shall smite them until they beg for mercy which shall not be given them.

I pray that their tongues shall forget how to speak in sweet words and that it shall be paralyzed and that all about them will be desolation, pestilence and death. 0 Man God, I ask you for all these things because they have dragged me in the dust and destroyed my good name; broken my heart and caused me to curse the day that I was born. So be it.”

(The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook, Copyright © 2009 Denise Alvarado)

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