Monthly Archives: September 2018

Divination

Divination is a practice commonly used to communicate with Entities, Deities and Spirits.

There are many methods that are used such as Channeling, Tarot, Ouija, Pendulums, Runes etc. Regardless of which one you use it is essential that you stay focused and it is also useful to keep a journal so afterwards you can record your conversations.

When it comes to Ouija there are some misconceptions, while the entity can choose to lie they are not always.

You can actually play aloneĀ so in the movies where they say “Never Play Alone” is inaccurate. Also when you are using Ouija tried to hold the eye as lightly as possible, speak clearly and have an idea what questions you wish to ask.

Also another tip is to research the being you plan to contact first so you can decipher if you are talking to whom you want or an imposter.

I will say that some things said in the movie “Ouija” were true or at least I got it to work by imitating how they did it such as calling out to nearby spirits, circling once for each player and always say good bye.

I have also heard that if saying good bye does not work in closing the portal that you can cross the back of the board with water to close it.

When it comes to Tarot it is believed you can also get answers through asking questions and you can go more in depth depending what spread you use.

For pendulum you can ask yes or no questions but I find the conversation to be a little more limiting but I have heard they are great for finding things.

With Runes I find they are a little more complicated but it is said you can talk to the gods with them. Channeling is the most advanced method and is very dangerous to the user as they are risking possession. There are many different methods I did not mention such as Tea Leaf Reading but I wanted to briefly brush on the more commonly used methods.

Regardless of which one you use or why you use them just remember to be focused and be prepared.

The Ritual Symbols of Voodoo

A Veve is a religious symbol for a vodou “loa” (or lwa) and serves as their representation during rituals. In Haiti, the veve derives from the beliefs of the native Tainos. Most similar to the veve are the drawings of zemi or gods of the Taino religion.

Every Loa has his or her own unique veve, although regional differences have led to different veves for the same loa in a few cases. Sacrifices and offerings are usually placed upon them.

The veve is usually drawn on the floor by strewing a powder-like substance, such as cornmeal, wheat flour, bark, red brick powder, or gunpowder. The material depends entirely upon the rite.

The veve presented above represents the Voodoo loa Papa Legba, who is the gatekeeper to the spirit world, remover of obstacles, and provider of opportunities

Dirty Witch Jar

War Water
Vinegar
Goofer Dust
Graveyard dirt
Wasps Spiders
Curse herbs
Poison herbs
Coffin nails
Porcupine Quill
Put it all in the jar bind your enemy and add to the jar.Shake alot and often to charge up.This jar will bring night mares,misfortune,illness,difficulties in life and possible death.You can dispose the jar or keep and shake .

Lover’s Binding Charm Spell

You will need the following items for this spell:

Saucepan
Red wine
Rosemary Leaves
Anise seeds
Cloves
Clear Honey
Orange grind
Ground Cumin
Rose Geranium

Scribe both thy name and that of thy lover on the back of the photo. Draweth three complete circles around the names. Stuff the photo, the nutmeg, the lodestones, and thy hair into the bag and seal tightly shut.

Anointeth the bag with seven drops of the oil, one at a time, and chanteth:

BE BOUND TO ME BY POWERS OF VENUS!
NEVER SHALL A THING COME BETWEEN US!
NEVER A THOUGHT OF WANDERING AWAY!
THOU ART BOUND TO ME FROM THIS DAY!
Speak out this incantation with each of the seven drops of oil placed on the Charm Bag. That is, seven times in all. Thereafter, anoint the bag each Friday with the same amount of oil and repeateth the same incantation with each drop. Keepeth the Charm bag secluded out of sight under thy mattress.

The Witch’s Bottle :Protection Against Enemies

It is possible for the nicest person the have enemies. Some people may be jealous of you; misunderstand you; just dislike the way you do your hair! Many people have said, “I don’t need protection. I don’t have any enemies.” But there are the above-type “enemies” that you wouldn’t even know about. They may well be as sweet as pie to you, to your face, but be bitterly jealous, or whatever it may be, behind your back. How do you protect yourself against their negativity? How to you protect yourself against a warped individual who decides to work magick against you? You don’t want to hurt them, but you certainly want to protect yourself.

The best way to deal with this is a “Witch’s Bottle”. This is an ancient defense, known throughout folklore. It is made on an individual basis. The idea is to protect yourself and at the same time, send back whatever is being sent at you. You should never be the originator of harm, nor seek revenge, but you can protect yourself.

To make a Witch’s Bottle, take a regular jar such as a 6 oz instant-coffee jar. Half fill it with sharp objects such as broken glass, old razor blades, rusty nails and screws, pins, needles, etc. When the jar is half-filled with these objects, urinate in it to fill it. If a woman is preparing her bottle, she might also want to get some menstrual blood into it. Now put the top on the jar and seal it with tape. It should then be buried in the ground, at least twelve inches deep, in an isolated spot where it can remain undisturbed. If you live in a city, then it will be worth a trip out of town to find some remote spot to bury it.

So long as the bottle remains buried and unbroken, it will protect you from any evil directed against you. This applies whether the evil is directed by an individual or a group of people. Not only will it protect you, but it will reflect back that evil on the sender(s). So the more he/she tries to harm you, the more he/she will be harmed her/himself.

Such a bottle should last almost indefinitely, but to be on the safe side, I’d recommend redoing the ritual one a year. With the present rate of housing development you never know when your bottle may be dug up or inadvertently smashed.

Full Moon Wish Powder – VooDoo

This is an ancient recipe for wish powder that was used in voodoo.

You will need the following items for this spell:

Eggshells

Cloves

Dried Rosemary

Pepper

Salt

Sugar

An orange and green candle

Most be done on a full moon

Casting Instructions for ‘A Powder Wish’

Light your candles and focus on your wish. Grind together all of the ingredients until it becomes as close to a fine powder as you can get it. Go outside and say your wish then blow the powder out into the air, go back inside and blow out the candles saying ”so mote it be”

Herb Powder Recipes

So, here are a few herb powder recipes you may find helpful.

(1) Paprika, Ground Cinnamon, and Oil of Some Kind (Virgin Olive or Bath Oils) is good for a Relaxing Hot Bath to heal strained Muscles.

(2) Liquorice sucked on is an Old Pagan Trick to aid is ending Smoking. Basically by sucking on a stick of Liquorice prevents/ Aids in reducing the Nicotine Cravings.

(3) Catnip Tea (One pinch per cup) is a Natural Relaxing Solution, Which is a Natural Herbal Tranquilizer.

(4) Sulphur Powder, Dragons Blood Powder, Red Sandalwood Powder when mixed together places the Practitioner into a Altered mind state utilized for Divination purposes. Warning- Recommend you are either laying down or sitting down when your inhale this.

This is Black Alchemy

HOODOO POWDERS: Home Protection

HOODOO POWDERS:

HOODOO POWDERS: Fertility Spell

HOODOO POWDERS: Speed it up powder