Prayers recited according to the work and direction of the disposal vary. Research appropriate Bible Psalms or use "In the name of the father, the son, and the holy ghost", along with a statement of intent and thank you. Use common sense and your feelings from the heart when you dispose of these remain.
Examples: To the spirit of the crossroads take three pennies or coins to pay for disposal and state your thanks.
To the spirit of the grave take three silver coins and whiskey/rum to pay and state your request and thanks.
To the rising or setting sun use an appropriate prayer or psalm
To the running water use an appropriate prayer or psalm
East- To bring in blessings
West- To remove something
Front Yard- To bring in blessings of all sorts (money, luck, love, success, protection)
Back Yard- To tie someone or something down
Running Water-To remove or send someone or something away from you
In a Tree- Used to hold something in place, or hide a spell on a target
Fire- Used to remove evil/negative, or send prayers to heaven, burn petition papers to be mixed with dusts and powders used in further workings
Crossroads- Universal placement OR to change a path OR to open the road
Graveyard- To harm or cause illness on someone OR to use a specific spirit to hold someone in place
Freezer- To freeze a person or situation to a halt
Food- To work on the target specifically
Foot tracks- To work on a target specifically
Targets Yard or Under Their Doorstep- Buried. Used for the targets to walk over such as break up, move out, separate, drive out
Your Own Doorstep- Buried. Used for protection, bring in blessings of all sorts (money, luck, love, success, protection)
In Pots-Buried. An alternative to burying in the yard
Under Mattress/Bed- Used to bring something or someone close to you, protect you, or work on a specific target
Types of Remains:
Baths and Floor Wash-
- Bring In Blessings- Used water thrown in the front yard facing the east at rising sun OR taken to the crossroads
- Remove Negative, Curses, Evil- Used water thrown in the west to setting sun (NOT IN YOUR OWN BACK YARD) OR taken to the crossroads
- Glass Vigil Candles- Crossroads is the universal place, can be recycled for same purpose
- Wax from spells-Follow the above outlines according to your circumstance
- If you are bringing in love, new love, old lover, money, success, protection bury by front door, or in a pot by front door, or crossroads
- If you are removing something take it and throw it in running water, crossroads, or bury it in the west off of your property
- If you are tying someone (a cheating, straying spouse) or something (obtained blessing of success) down so the current situation doesn't move forward bury it in backyard. Example, your spouse is back home, or your current situation at work is pleasant and successful but threatened so you tie down your current pleasant situation at work
- If you are working on an enemy or target you are getting rid of or breaking up, bury the remains under their doorstep or on their property in the earth or a tree hollow.
- Place on your person, under your mattress, in your undergarments drawer, or by your front door all out of sight
- Love dolls, healing dolls, protection dolls keep them on an altar, or under the bed for future use
- Cursing, harming, coercive works are either disposed of in running water, crossroads, graveyard, targets yard, put in freezer, etc.
- For bottles used to harm or break up, bury in targets yard, take to crossroads, throw in running water, or bury in graveyard
- For bottles used for love work, disposal can be done by burying in the east, front yard, or tied down in back yard, or taken to crossroads
- When working these things singularly there are many ways to deploy them. If I was going to hot foot someone with only powders, I could use them in the targets foot tracks in the dirt. The same way you can work love work using their shoes or laundry rinse with love oils or baths.
- Petition papers can be burned into ash by fire flame of the petitioning candle and used in powders to deploy, or cooked into the targets food to be eaten, placed in jar spells, crossroads, running water, etc.
As you can see the list is not exhausted, there are many ways and places to dispose of ritual remains. The nature of Conjure work is symbolic to nature itself. Many families and workers have different places to dispose of remains, the actual practices and prayers can vary because of teachings from families.Use what you know, what you have been taught, and use your creative skills to discover new places to dispose of your ritual remains, do not just throw them in the trash! This would be discrediting your own hard work. There is a proper place for everything from start to finish! Respect the work and you will be successful in your work.
Love and Light~