Baptizing is a spiritual act. It isn't dependent on the products you use. You can baptize a lodestone with one of the colognes mentioned, but I personally do not. I use whiskey or Hoyt's Cologne to cleanse off the Lodestone. Then I make a cross over the Lodestone and name it, for love work. Then I dab a bit of oil to help get it going for the work I desire then work the lodestone by feeding it moving it, praying over it etc.
snake wrote:I'm doing the two lodestone love drawing spell, but I'm not so sure I'm doing it right. I don't have a specific person in mind so I don't have any personal items for the lover lodestone. I wrote a short description of the lover I would like, and my stones are very well matched and strongly magnetic, but it just doesn't feel like it's working. Is there something else I should do to boost the spell? Or is there another spell I should do to draw an unknown/new lover?
BellaMars wrote:Thanks jwmcclin and papa newt! I was preparing everything to baptize and prepare the lodestones and realized that I did not order magnetic sand from LM! I cant believe I forgot to add it to the order. Can I find magnetic sand to purchase in non 'occult/wiccan/hoodoo' stores?
keylewm wrote:What a great thread! Just read through the whole thing, but couldn't find my answer. I am ordering a pair of lodestones for a male/male relationship.
I have a question I did not see an answer to.
-If doing the lodestone love spell to attract a same sex partner, can the red lovers candle be used for same sex situations, or is that just for male/female?
-Is there a better candle to use if I dont use the red lovers candle? I am not sure the groom/groom candle would be appropriate since this is not a marriage situation (yet! but hopeful!) but it may be a good choice. I had also thought about a regular red candle with maybe his name inscribed on it (top to middle, bottom to middle) to draw him to me as well.
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