What is the spell where Hope exploded the car?
If the curse doesn't effect them and they each decided that they want children. They could still have them if they did a fertility spell. Like Hope and Freya could help Rebekah have a baby even it's a one time thing. Freya wouldn't be mean to her sister like Dahlia was mean to Esther. They could even help Davina do a spell to help her and Kol have a child if they want one.
When will the new spells be out?
I have no hate towards her but the thing is in my opinion, all this dark magic thing about Josie is a bit too much. I don't think she is the same anymore and I have been saying this since the beginning of the show and I still say it that we are not getting to see Hope's full powers. Also the spells they use are very simple spells and they are like the ones in the originals or the vampire diaries. Please share your opinion :)
Why do the administrators not include spells in the spells and rituals such as non verbal ones like when hope switched her shoes with someone in the last episode or things like spells that only require hand movements or snaps?
Could the Magic Purification Spell cure the Crescent curse?
For example a fully transformed werewolf would have set foot in Mystic Falls during the anti-non-traditional/traveler-magic zone. Would that have stripped away the Crescent curse and turned triggered werewolf back into untriggered one again?
I just literally thought of this now, what if 100 witches magic was put into a fire spell like pyrokinesis, would that be powerful enough to kill an Original? My idea came from the fact that Bonnie pooled 100 witches magic into a pain infliction spell and this was supposedly enough to kill an Original.
1. In episode ‘The Last Day’ Maddox used a compulsion spell on Carol Lockwood. Would that spell work on vampires and triggered werewolves?
2. When Hope will activate her vampire side, will she be immune to the Originals' mind compulsion power? She'll be a hybrid/ possibly tribrid of triggered werewolf, non-original vampire and with presumably still active witch side.
3. In episode ‘Gonna Set Your Flag On Fire’ Finn casted a spell that increased vampires hunger for blood. Klaus (Original Vampire/ Werewolf Hybrid) and Hayley (non-original werewolf-vampire hybrid) were unaffected. Would a Heretic (non-original witch-vampire hybrid) be unaffected as well?
4. Would Marcel's bite be deadly to a witch-vampire hybrid?
So I just rewatched the episode, and the first time, I didn't quite paid attention to the spell. After listening many time, I finally understood what she said.
" Harae-tamai Kioku Yomigaerashi-tamae "
-The Harae is an old japanese ritual of purification. Harae being the name of the ritual, I don't know if we can really translate it.
-" Tamai " mean to receive something. So since it's attached to " Harae ", it's the ritual that is received.
-" Kioku " can be translate in " spirit "
-" Yomigaerashi "seems to be inflexion of " Yomigaeru " that can mean " ressurected ", " Restored ", " refreshed "... and lot of other thing like this.
-" Tamae " added to an other word to turn it into and imperative way.
So the I think the spell could be roughly translite into " Receive the Harae and may your spirit be restored ! " or something like that.
I'm not a really a japanese speaker, it's just a traduction that I came with all my years of watching animes... but it seems accurate with the function of the spell.
I just thought it could be a fun fact to share.
I was thinking about this and I started do wonder, do you guys think Qetsiyah intended for the Other Side to serve as the world's default afterlife for all supernatural generations born after her or did she create it simply for Silas and the biggest consequence was that all supernatural beings would be trapped there after death? (Maybe nature tried to balance out such a huge spell and the only thing it could do is adapt and so every dead supernatural ended there) I mean, we've seen how complicated spells can be and this probably was among the most complicated ones ever mentioned in the show, so there's no way she didn't think about that part at least...
Just trying to break it down would mean she had to weave in dozens of spells into one big ritual to create the dimension. We've known from the start that witches are the only ones with free reign and obviously, it's something Qetsiyah made sure of to be able to speak to Silas. But I'm still curious, was she aware of what she was doing to the world when she made the dimension or did she not realize it was going to be the default purgatory for the next two thousand years for everyone, not just Silas?