Some Voodoo Practical Things

| Thursday, August 26, 2010 | |
Some Voodoo Practical Things Cover To keep your partner faithfull in Voodoo Spells, just write the name of the partner on a slip of paper and place in the chimney of your home. Pray upon the note.

In New Orleans Voodoo, the most popular Voodoo Spell was "gris-gris".

To stop a voodoo spell being placed upon you, acquire some bristles from a pig cooked at a Voodoo ritual, tie the bristles into a bundle and carry them on you at all times.

Take a lodestone and some brimstone to a crossroads at midnight. Light the brimstone with a match, and a spirit will appear and give you advice in gambling.

Place a dime under your client's tongue: If the client is under a spell, the dime will turn black.

To send someone away, take a rotten egg and write that person's name on it nine times. You can also write where you want that person to go. Take it and throw it against their door at midnight.

To kill someone, get a sock or shoe that belongs to that person. Put graveyard dirt in it and bury it under their front steps.

To ensure the safety of your child, cut a lock of its hair while it is still a baby and keep it with you. The child must have all it's hair before it can die.

A cow licks her hair and that hair goes down in the left side of the pouch and forms a ball, and if you have one of those in your hand you can bewitch anyone.

A evil person can take the length of your fingers and hoodoo you in two days, to make you do what ever they want.

A hoodoo bag can contain salt, pepper, chicken feet, a rabbit foot, ashes and a piece of a razor.

A hoodoo can rub their hand over your head and make you bald-headed inside of two weeks.

A hoodoo person can let you bite a piece of an apple and all your teeth will fall out of your head.

A hoodoo person can take your old clothes and run you insane.

A hoodoo woman could rub her hands over your eyes and you will go blind in one night; and she can rub them again over your eyes and you can see.

Books You Might Enjoy:

Terry Findlay - Phronesis The Development Of Practical Wisdom
Marcus Bottomley - Nine Proven Magical Rites
Malcolm Mcgrath - Practical Magickal Evocation
Aleister Crowley - Ritual Viii Practical Notes