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Please help me get things moving.

Unread post by Sherdoll71 » Wed Jun 04, 2014 8:35 am

Hi everyone.

I'm going through a really hard time with my ex husband.

I would like any help that would at least get me to a better state. EMOTIONALLY! I feel like JOY and SPIRIT has been broken and I can't seem to get out of this mess in my head.

I will try and give a little bit of history and Hopefully someone can steer me in the right direction. Either Move past this and HOW? or do what I can with Hoodoo, rootwork, Conjure.

I was married 23 years. I asked my husband for a divorce 2 1/2 years ago. He was in a real bad place... Alcohol, porn, isolation, but only when it came to our family our 3 kids and ME. If we had friends over he was the Host-est with the Most-est. I love this man. I divorced him for change. I thought it would make him change. (yup he changed)

Anyway, we started seeing each other again for about a good 8 months, staring in October 2012. he would take me places and buy little gifts and suggest things like. going on vacations together.

I cut it off again last MAY, 2013. I wrote him a letter telling him how I feel and that I LOVED Him. I want our family to be healthy....etc... He comes back and says he's not ready to be in a relationship with me or anyone else. Even after writing him that heart opening letter in MAY 2013, he still tried fooling around with my heart up until November 2013.

A few months later, he started dating a friend of mine. he started seeing her in mid NOVEMBER 2013. OUCH!!! they have been together for 6 months or so. and I have to say I HATE IT! everything he does with her just gets to my soul. the last 3 months have been REAL HARD for me.

I'm dealing with some emotional baggage form my past here too (little more history). He has done this to me before when I was first married, we broke up for 6 weeks and he cheated on me with my best friend. When we got back together, he sill was't fully committed, and I found him one night with another one of my GFs at her place. we lived in the same apt complex. Believe me I did wrong too.

He hasn't been around my kids much in the last 2 years. he has always left me out of the loop and now. I feel like I'm being pulled in different directions. WHY does she get to be with my kids and go to the beach with MY KIDS...? he didn't do any of those things with me. My kids come home and complain that they don't spend time with dad alone... SHE is always around.

Last thing he said to me a few weeks ago. ... I told him that I didn't think it is right with the two of them. my kids come home and complain that they are sticking their tongues down each others throats. He said I've waited 2 years to date. I said that's not true, we were seeing each other for 8 months. he said ...THAT WAS NOTHING!

Now he is doing stupid things. He just bought a motorcycle. he knows nothing I mean NOTHING about riding. His dad died on a motorcycle. and for 25 years I had to deal with his mother....don't let him get one.... and now....she's like.... oh he's a grown man... Yea well what about my son... he shouldn't be going on that bike.

I am so bothered by their relationship. YUP...i am jealous. For 10 years she has been a thorn in my hip. always flirting with him when he was my husband. and now she has him. I don't want them together. I feel like I've had a brick smashed in my face. I feel humiliated, shame, hurt, threatened, and sad.

This has affected my relationship with my kids. I walk around here pissed and bringing up the TWO of them. and I hate it. I want to stop it.

I have a BELIEF system in my soul that I truly believe that he should NOT be with her.

I want to expose his intentions. I want the hurt to go away. i want to stop obsessing over it.

I'm really not sure if I want him back. Do I LOVE him, YES! BUT! I can't seem to get past the hurt I feel that he has chosen her OVER ME and our family. he didn't try very hard to keep his family together.

I want, no ... I NEED to get past this... I need to do what is BEST FOR ME! HELP.

Understand I have no experience with Hoodoo, Conjure...etc... I've never done anything like this before. But I will do anything. My kids and I need THIS! I'm totally new to this, but I can tell you this. my emotions are so raw and strong. Anything should work.

1) IS THIS worth SAVING or should I move on?

2) How long does it take to see changes?

3) What candle magic should I do?

4) Should i make a Honey Jar?

What can I do?

Thank you all so much for being here!
Hugs ~S

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Re: Please help me get things moving.

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Thu Jun 05, 2014 9:00 am

Hello, Sherdoll71,

I find it difficult to reply to your questions about hoodoo rootwork for your situation because you yourself have not yet determined upon a course of action, at least as far as i can see. The relationship is definitely over. You definitely want to cause a break-up for revenge purposes. You definitely want to move on. But then you throw an emotional monkey wrench into the works by saying that you love the man and may want him back.

This causes bewildered head-shaking.

Should i merge your question into the thread about breaking up a couple for revenge?

Should i merge your question into the thread about getting over a break-up and moving on?

Should i merge your question into the thread about doing a break-up and return-reconciliation at the same time?

If i can't tell -- and i am a practitioner with 50 years of experience in this work -- then i cannot advise you.

You need to sit with yourself and formulate a desire. Then ask us how to implement that desire through spell work.

In the meantime, i am going to take the most narrow approach and merge this question of yours into the thread on accomplishing a successful, peaceful, and mature separation and moving on after a broken relationship. Please read the thread through from the beginning for lots of spell tips. If, after that, you want to get more specific, please feel free to do so and we will reply.
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Re: Relationship and Life Changes, Moving Forward

Unread post by natstein » Sun Jun 08, 2014 7:04 am

archaichoney wrote:Hi everyone. I am slowly filling up my cart with LM supplies and I was wanting some suggestions for product guidance on my situation.

My partner and I have been together for 7 years. Our relationship has had a major transition and we have decided to amicably part ways, romantically. We are still going to remain very close. We are best friends and own a thriving successful business together. We are going to be helping each other emotionally and financially get on our feet and into our own living spaces. I'm wondering what products to use to usher me forward into a positive new financial and living situation. I'm looking for a clean slate, but not one that removes him out of my life. I was thinking House Blessing, Van Van and perhaps Crown of Success? I thought about Road Opener, but I feel as if my road has been made open as I am using this transition in our relationship to focus on personal and spiritual development. Would love some suggestions!

Hello Archiachoney!

I think your idea for Van Van, House Blessing, and Crown of Success are excellent choices for what you are working toward. You also want to do some Money Stay With Me work along with the other three and I almost always add King Solomon Wisdom to whatever I am doing. The nice thing about your situation is that you can do the work for yourself and for your partner since you are parting ways without fighting or drama. Look over the forums for ideas on what to do. You can do searches in the white box in the upper right corner of the forums. Hope this is helpful.

Peace~

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Peaceful Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by dominico11 » Mon Jul 14, 2014 3:35 pm

Hey its me again. So if im trying to get my wife to leave me i write her name on toilet paper with an ink pen wipe my behind with then flush it? Everytime i used the bathroom?

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Peaceful Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Jul 14, 2014 10:16 pm

Hello, dominico11,
I just write their name on toilet paper. put it in the toilet and then poop on it and flush it.
That's my variation
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Re: Mutual Break Up - Peaceful Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by dominico11 » Tue Jul 15, 2014 9:16 am

Something that i can do at home that does not cause fighting would be ideal but this will work as well. Do i write her maiden name or her married name on the toilet paper? ive read about a wiccan spell where you write the person name on toilet paper, use the bathroom on it then close the lid and walk awag without looking back for ten days straight every single time you go to the bathroom whether its number one or number two. Anyone know anything about the effectiveness of this in voodoo?

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Peaceful Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Tue Jul 15, 2014 9:57 pm

Hello, dominico11 ,
This is NOT a Voodoo forum This is a forum that practices HOODOO.
So, we can't speak for Voudou.
I think that this spell you have mentioned is both impractical and unsanitary.
The closest that I can think is to do this in an outhouse.
But, the act of flushing it away is also part of the spell. The act of flushing symbolizes that they are leaving with the defecation/poop
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Re: Mutual Break Up - Peaceful Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by dominico11 » Wed Jul 16, 2014 4:14 am

Okay i gotcha. Sorry im just having a hard time figuring out how to order the products without anyone else seeing and finding the time to work the spell when no one will be suspicious of what i am doing.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Peaceful Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by dominico11 » Sun Jul 20, 2014 10:47 am

Here is something i was wondering. Can i do a binding spell to bind her to someone else so that her feelings for me are transferred to the other person? If so can it be a random person?

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Peaceful Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by MissMichaele » Sun Jul 20, 2014 11:05 am

dominico11 wrote:Here is something i was wondering. Can i do a binding spell to bind her to someone else so that her feelings for me are transferred to the other person? If so can it be a random person?
In cases like yours, I like to prescribe a variation on the spell you will find illustrated at www.luckymojo.com/breakup.html. (Scroll down to the picture of the three figural candles and the scissors.) Instead of "coming back home" to your wife, your wife is "going home" to somebody else. The male and female candles separated by the scissors are yours and hers.

Since you want to avoid fussing and fighting, don't use a black candle for yourself. Use a blue one instead. The others can be red, as usual.

Name the new man's candle "The Real Mr. Right – Not Me" or "Her Ideal Lover."

Since you don't have privacy in your home, you have to have a rootworker do this work for you. Or, more simply, you can burn an Attraction candle for your wife and her ideal lover, and a Separation candle for her and you. You can order these candles from MISC or, if the use of unlabeled candles is usual in your house, you can fix ordinary looking candles with Attraction and Separation oils, respectively.


Hope this helps,

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Peaceful Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by dominico11 » Mon Jul 21, 2014 5:53 am

Awesome! That definately sounds like it will work! Thank you so much!

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Unread post by dominico11 » Thu Jul 24, 2014 4:26 pm

So could i get a bunch of oils that are used for attraction spells and use them to anoint a regular candle and state my request? she looks at the bank statements and gets the mail so i dont see a way to get an attraction anf separation spell donr by a rootworker without arousing suspicion.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Peaceful Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Fri Jul 25, 2014 9:24 pm

Hello, dominico11,
Yes, that's what Miss Michaele said.
Hope that things work out for you

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Peaceful Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by dominico11 » Sun Jul 27, 2014 5:21 am

Okay just a few more questions. Cool i use a combonation of controlling, compelling and attraction oils in the candle wax itself? Like light a candle and say my request in my head and then put the candle out and pour the oils into the liquid wax itself and let it harden then light it again once its hardened?

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sun Jul 27, 2014 9:42 pm

Hello, dominico11,
I always state my petition aloud to put it out in the universe.
Yu can mix those 3 oils BUT I don't recommend pouring them onto melted wax.
You have no idea how much oil you're using and could drown out the wax. The best ways are to anoint the candles or to poke fine holes into them and put just a little.
here is a page that Miss Cat wrote on oils: www.luckymojo.com/oils.html
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Spells for a Smooth divorce

Unread post by TheBestest » Sun Aug 03, 2014 2:36 pm

Hey all. I have a friend who is very unhappy in her marraige. Her husband is a cruel prick to say the least and he puts her down alot, plus whenever he talks divorce he threatens to take her kids from her and tells her the courts wouldn't allow her to have the kids because "Shes lazy and has medical issues". She is very miserable and is afraid to leave him first due to fear of raising her kids alone and also due to her mother-in law blaming her. It all doesnt make much sense I know but she would rather him leave her first because of what her mother-in-law and also because she wants to collect alimony. Anyways she wantd me to do break-up work on their marraige to make him leave her and for the divorce to go smoothly and pain free. I perdonally wish I could do work to make her strong enough to leave him but now my question is; is tgere any spells that can give her a smooth, and painless divorce?

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Unread post by MissMichaele » Sun Aug 03, 2014 7:26 pm

TheBestest wrote:Hey all. I have a friend who is very unhappy in her marraige. Her husband is a cruel prick to say the least
You know the old trick for capturing someone's voice in a knotted string? It's on this page:

http://www.luckymojo.com/femaledomination.html

Scroll down to "Tying Up a Man's Nature." She can capture his voice while he is in the room, over the phone, or even if his phone sends her to voicemail, if he has recorded his own voicemail message.

Now, she can put it in a Nation Sack, as described on that page, or she can dip it in Stop Gossip powder and keep it in a locket. She can wrap it in a letter to God in tiny script, confidently calling on the Lord to make him obedient. When she writes that letter, she can demand that he be a model husband and never say a word against her -- or she can demand that she gets a fair, equitable, peaceable and speedy divorce.
and he puts her down alot, plus whenever he talks divorce he threatens to take her kids from her and tells her the courts wouldn't allow her to have the kids because "Shes lazy and has medical issues".
If she's "lazy" -- that is, can't get much work done -- I bet it's BECAUSE she has medical issues.
She is very miserable and is afraid to leave him first due to fear of raising her kids alone and also due to her mother-in law blaming her. It all doesnt make much sense I know but she would rather him leave her first because of what her mother-in-law and also because she wants to collect alimony.

Maybe you could begin by researching grounds for divorce in your state. "Mental Cruelty" is the phrase that springs to mind.

When the time comes for them to go to court, work a good old-fashioned beef tongue on him.

Best of luck,

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Re: Spells for a Smooth divorce

Unread post by j82 » Mon Aug 04, 2014 8:31 am

Separation products suppose to be for a more peaceful break up that might be a product you are interested in .

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Re: Spells for a Smooth divorce

Unread post by MissMichaele » Mon Aug 04, 2014 9:23 am

And regarding medical issues, TheBestest, I forgot to mention:
Dr. Hernandez is especially helpful if you are having trouble getting an accurate diagnosis. And he bought medicine for the poor out of his own pocket, so I like to call on him when people have trouble getting access to health care.

Good luck,

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Unread post by Strong Mind » Thu Nov 06, 2014 8:09 pm

Hello, I am new to the forum.

Here is my situation:

I am married to man who I just recently found out has been cheating for several years with different women. During this whole time I was under the impression it was me because he treated me and our three children like 2nd class citizens (he is mean like a snake). We married and divorced previously and remarried later. He always seemed to hold this over my head and said he really never forgave me for that. We went to counselling and he told me that he didnt love me, was no longer attracted to me, etc.

Long story short: He confessed about the most recent affair and broke it off when he realized he was about to be "caught". What he doesnt realize is that I caused the break up. I thought we could work it out and get back what we once had.

I quickly realized that this man was about to show his true colors. When he confessed, he supposedly poured out his heart about how much he loved me and the kids, but it was clear that he didnt want to lose the fruits of his labor, his material possessions, car, house, expensive hobby, status, etc .

Once he realized I wasnt leaving and he "got away with it". He went back to his old self. He does not love me or our kids. He is selfish and only thinks of himself and his needs. They come before anything in his life. He reminds me of this everyday with his actions and he doesnt have a clue. Our daughter even told me " Mommy you need to find a new husband because Daddy is mean". He drives a new car that cost more than the mortgage payment, while the kids and I ride in a car that is 16 years old and in need of repairs. I take care of 85% of the household items and 100% of the children's needs.. We rarely go anywhere together. ( I guess he might run into someone). He is obsessed with keeping up appearances for his family/Mother though, so when birthdays and holidays come around he is then the big spender for showing off.

He has a bad temper and will argue and cause a scene in front of the children so I need him to leave on his own accord in a hurry. I am miserable pretending everything is ok. The only reason it seems to work is we have opposite shifts so the kids and I only see him in passing on weekends.. I do not want my little ones traumatized by his ignorance and selfishness. This is why I want him to all of a sudden want to leave and maybe go back to one of his mistresses or something. He seems to be one of those people that cant be alone or at least with a sex partner. If its my idea, he will fight tooth and nail just for spite and I would rather suffer a lifetime than put my kids through that but I am dying inside with this man who is basically using me to live his life the way he wants to.

If the idea to leave is his, then his family can focus on him, especially if he is with some other woman. The kids and I will be much better off. I know things will be much better when he is gone. We don't see him now anyway.

Is a hotfoot in order here? I could follow it up with cut and clear/maybe??

Thanks

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Nov 08, 2014 12:16 am

Hello, Strong Mind,

I a, so sorry that you and your children are enduring this. That's just no type of life for any of you. It's amazing that you stayed this long (but, women do the best for their children's sake).

I would do the break up spell (and take a look at the picture n the right hand side in the middle of the page) to make him get away from you and toward another woman.
www.breakup.html

Then, follow that up with Hotfoot (I would use the entire spell kit): www.luckymojo.com/spell-hot-foot.html

Then, the cut and clear.

Then, immediately start working court case spells (yes, even before you go to court) to insure that you have a head start on this mess that he's created.

And, speaking of court case, I strongly advise you to seek legal council now just to make sure he doesn't hide his assets.

Wishing you the best. And praying that you will find a man who deserves you.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Strong Mind » Sun Nov 09, 2014 9:20 pm

Thank you Miss Aida.

I am not worried about him hiding any assets. He absolutely does not have any. He lives paycheck to paycheck trying to keep up with the "Jones". However, while he is busy trying to hide the many credit card accounts he uses for his various pursuits and hobbies, I made sure my name is not on any debt he created. So when the bill collectors call daily, I simply tell them he is not home..

I will gather all my kits and start as soon as everything arrives. Do you have a suggestion for prosperity and luck after he leaves? Things will be a bit tight afterwards.. He has thousands of dollars in hobby equipment in the house. not sure if he will take them with him when he hurries out of here..

Thanks

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Tue Nov 11, 2014 9:30 am

Hllo, Strong Mind ,

Well, thank God you're not on his debts. Whew!!

Try this page for money spell ideas that Miss cat wrote. It's fantastic! www.luckymojo.com/moneyspells.html

Wishing you Great success

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by richard1969 » Mon Dec 15, 2014 5:03 am

Hi All,

I am looking to have a peaceful divorce from my spouse. I have bought and received a bride and groom candle, break up oil and separation powder. I don't want us to fight. I bought the break up oil in error. What do I do, can I light the candle with just the separation powder and just a hint of the oil or do I leave the oil out altogether. Do I also need a petition or can I say my petition as the candle burns, do I need to inscribe our name on the candles?

Can anyone advise

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Dec 15, 2014 9:50 pm

Hello, richard1969 ,

Based on what I know is in the break up oil, you don't want to use that!

You need a petition paper, you need to inscribe the candle, and you need to state your intention. The more that you put into your work, the better the chances of success.

Wising you the best

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by richard1969 » Tue Dec 16, 2014 2:39 am

Thanks Miss Aida,

Could I put some separation herbs on the candle as well, do I recite the petition and lay it under the candle (what do I do with the petition afterwards) or do I burn the petition up. I am assuming i cut the candle right down the middle when it is almost burnt out?

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Thu Dec 18, 2014 9:01 pm

Hello, richard1969,

Yes, of course you can put those herb son the candle. Very nice thinking!

Yes, you recite the petition and lay it under the candle. And, when you're done with the spell, you can bury it in a cemetery or many other things:
www.luckymojo.com/layingtricks.html

Yes, you can cut that candle right down the middle at the end.

Good preparation! I like it!

Take care

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by richard1969 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 2:02 pm

Hi,

Thanks for all your advice. Finally completed my separation spell uding a bride and groom candle and separation products. The candle burned with a steady calm flame but the plate i used split into 2 halfs at the end of the spell. Do you know what this means.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by richard1969 » Fri Jan 02, 2015 2:09 pm

Hi everyone,

How often should i lay tricks with my separation powder, everyday? every few days

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by aura » Sun Jan 04, 2015 4:52 am

Hi richard1969,

For your candle flame, you'll find divinatory information on the following page: http://www.luckymojo.com/candlemagicdivination.html, specifically the section here: http://www.luckymojo.com/candlemagicdiv ... ml#signsC3. While we don't offer any candle readings on the forum, many AIRR members do offer the service and you can find them here: http://www.readersandrootworkers.org/wi ... le_Reading

For the powders, tricks are often laid in a place right after cleaning and then renewed weekly or after being vacuumed/mopped/swept away. They are meant to be discreet, so you shouldn't see a trail of white powder all over the place! In some cases, working daily can be a good idea (particularly if you're putting them in a target's shoes for example, working directly on the person). You'll find more detailed information on working with powders here: http://www.luckymojo.com/powders.html
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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by LLadyh9 » Wed Mar 04, 2015 12:12 pm

Greetings, Happy Wednesday.


My brother married his wife last year. And since the marriage a lot has changed! He had children from a previous relationship, he doesn't have any children with his wife. We all knew she wasn't right for him, and he also seen the troubling signs as well. But he decided to ignore them.. He has totally changed since he been married to her. And one of the changes has to do with his children. He mistreat one very badly, because of his wife and that the fact his child doesn't like her. She doesn't care for his children and she has disrespect their mother and also him in front of them. She disrespect him in front of his family, she has no respect for his family. She mistreat him badly and you can see it in his face that he's unhappy. He's fed up because he talks about it from time to time. You can tell he see he made a HUGE mistake, by marrying her quickly like he did. Which she forced him to marry her and he married her for the wrong reason. And now that he see's that he made a big mistake. And I feel bad for him, but my heart aches for his children. Especially his oldest child he's doing so badly because of his wife. I would like for them to separate in a peacefully way, without any bad blood between them. So, that he can move on and get back to being his old self again. And bring him and his oldest child close again. Because all of this is taking a huge tole on this poor child. She doesn't deserve my brother and his children doesn't deserve to be mistreated/disrespected by his wife.

I hope I can get help with this situation. I'm open to any suggestions that's given.


Thanks.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Mar 04, 2015 9:41 pm

Hello, LLadyh9,

I am so sorry that this has happened. What a shame

I would first and foremost protect that child. here is an array of protection spells: www.luckymojo.com/protectionspells.html

And there are 8 pages her eon this thread for spell ideas. Please read through them.

Just remember that sometimes you just may have to resort o a break up without the peace. It sounds to me that she won't go down without a fight.

So, here is the page on the break up spells: www.luckymojo.com/breakup.html

Wishing you the very best

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by LLadyh9 » Thu Mar 05, 2015 8:06 am

Hello, Miss Aida.

Thank you, for the suggestion to protect my niece 1st! And that's what I'm going to get working doing now. I've also read through this entire thread on spells as well, and it's giving me wonderful ideas as well.

But as you said "she won't go down without a fight" and you so right about that. I'm going to look into the breakup spells you've mention to me.

Thanks, once again for responding and helping me out dear.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by LLadyh9 » Fri Apr 03, 2015 5:41 pm

I've order my items that I'll need, still awaiting for them to arrive to me. In the meantime is it anything I can do, until my package is delivered. Can I make/create something or burn some type of candle? Because thing's are getting worse and not better.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Apr 04, 2015 10:01 pm

Hello, LLadyh9 ,

Try looking at the quick guide on this page: www.luckymojo.com/hoodooataglance.html

Anoint your appropriately colored candle with olive oil and then roll them in the herbs that are ideal for your needs.

I hope this helps.

Wising you the very best

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Avoiding drama with separation/anti-love work?

Unread post by Shiny_zen » Fri Jun 26, 2015 7:46 am

I am tired of being married to a man who relates to me as a reflection of his own ego rather than a woman, a person in her own right. It has been 20 years, and he gave me two fantastic kids, and I don't want to hurt them, or him, I just want him to move on to someone he's happy with, who's happy with him. Is there a sequence of work (separation + ?) that helps minimize drama, avoid hatefulness, even when some of the people involved are prone to high emotion?

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Athena » Sat Jun 27, 2015 5:26 pm

Hi Shiny_zen,

Welcome to the forum! When you have a chance, you should introduce yourself in the Introductions thread.

I'm so sorry to hear that your relationship is unhappy. That is very sad.

Your concern for him and your children is evident. You can gently move him out of your life with Separation products. I would suggest working a moving candle spell on him, where you move his candle away from yours and towards an unknown new woman. I would make all of your candles white. You can search this forum using the search box in the upper right corner and find moving candle spell ideas that would suit your situation.

I would also cleanse your house with Chinese Wash to remove any negativity that resides there, and then work with Peaceful Home products to maintain harmony at home while you are negotiating your parting.

http://www.luckymojo.com/chinesewash.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/peacefulhome.html

Good luck, and please let us know how it goes.
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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Shiny_zen » Tue Jun 30, 2015 5:39 pm

Thanks for this. I had thought perhaps uncrossing, and broken chains, but I like the white candle idea. I'll let you know if it helps.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Arielsdream » Fri Oct 09, 2015 1:33 pm

Hi :) Ill try to summarize this:

I've been married for 20 years. For the last 3-5 years he has been very emotionally abusive to me. A lot of his work stress and unhappiness taken out on me. Things were horrible this past January. I feel emotionally broken at times and very unhappy. I still work FT, take care of the house, our daughter, the pets.
I'm not an impulsive person. I think things out for awhile . I have a 9 year old daughter. She's my one big shining light in all this. I know it isn't good for her to see how he treats me. But I don't want her life to go crazy either. I have been doing a lot of reading here. I have a lot of things from LM. I have been ordering to stock up while I still have a little extra cash.

I have a green pyramid candle all dressed and ready to start the money working on the new moon.(dr kioni spell)

I have a court case honey kit
I have a separation , hot foot , cut, clear and peaceful home kits. healing supplies (oil and incense and bath)

Would the appropriate order to have a quick, reasonably amicable separation/divorce be: ( ie he leaves and I keep the house so our daughter doesn't get turned upside down)

cleaning with Chinese wash
smudging the house with healing
separation -using the black divorce candle, scissors and a white or red female candle for him to go to?
hotfoot -if he gets worse should I skip separation to do hotfoot?
court case
cut and clear. (if needed at that point with black walnuts)
peaceful home

just need to know how I work the money/pyramid candle into all this. Thank you and blessings for this wonderful forum.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Fri Oct 09, 2015 8:21 pm

Hello, Shiny Zen,

Here is a quote from Miss cat:

Postby catherineyronwode » Tue Oct 27, 2009 5:11 pm

Separation candles, oils, powders, and incense are customarily used when the idea is for a calm, strong path toward disentanglement with no fights, problems, or left-over hard feelings.

Some folks think of Separation as a "weaker" form of the famous Break Up product line, but that is incorrect. It is not "weaker;" it is different -- it is deliberately made with a measure of healing and calming herbs as well as those that will tend to drive folks apart.

Separation products and spells are especially useful when there are issues of child support and child custody involved or when the parties who are breaking up will continue to be employed at the same job site or attend the same school.

See this "Hoodoo in Theory and Practice" page for more details:

http://luckymojo.com/separation.html

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Fri Oct 09, 2015 8:24 pm

Hello, Arielsdream ,

I am so very sorry that you have endured so much. There's just no excuse for abuse and my heart goes out to you.

Your sequence is SPECTACUAR!

I would do the Pyramid with the court case also.

BUT please please PLEASE protect yourself also. The past abuse bothers me tremendously:

http://www.luckymojo.com/protectionspells.html

Wishing you the very best

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Arielsdream » Mon Oct 19, 2015 8:39 am

Miss Aida, thank you for all your help. I need some additional advice regarding my situation. I had the house to myself this weekend. I cleaned with floor wash and burnt a white candle with healing oil and healing incense. The white candle burned completely with no drips. I took this as a sign that it was very needed. Anyway, my husband was texting me and basically picking on me on a negative teasing way (if that makes sense) about why I was up early and what was I doing and I just felt so harassed and anxious. I had only one thought in my mind when he finished -that I couldn't go through this anymore. I grabbed a new mason jar, snipped off a piece of a dirty article of his clothing, dumped in some hotfoot and goofer dust, shook it and drove to the public dock. Tossed it far in over my left shoulder, heard a splash and drove home. He was exceedingly snippy when he got home. I guess I need to know what should my sequence of works be now? I am not normally impulsive like this. I do not have regrets over the action but I need to know what I should continue to do besides the healing supplies. Thank you.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Oct 19, 2015 11:34 pm

Hello, Arielsdream ,

Do you want to cross him?

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Arielsdream » Tue Oct 20, 2015 7:07 pm

I'm just so worn out by all the angst and anger. I wish he would just abandon us. I could cope with that. But this emotional seesaw every day and night is killing my soul.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Athena » Tue Oct 20, 2015 10:51 pm

Hi Arielsdream,

I'm so sorry you are going through this. To move forward, you have to ask yourself what it is you most want from him now: to be gone completely from your life, or to remain in a more loving and cooperative relationship with you?

Once you commit to a goal, then we can advise you on spellwork to help move you towards that desired end.
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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Arielsdream » Wed Oct 21, 2015 7:29 am

We have a 9 year old daughter together. And she loves her dad very much. Ideally it would be a cordial, cooperative relationship but amicably divorced. Putting those feelings related to the divorce in the back and both making sure our daughter comes through this ok. That's why I was going to start with the separation work and move to the hotfoot if needed. I jumped the gun and need to know how to proceed

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Oct 21, 2015 7:52 am

Hello, Arielsdream

We will not keep going back and forth on this.

We won't keep asking you for clarity on what you want.

I suggest that you contact a rootworker and, together, help to decide what to do and what you really want. And, have the rootworker decide (with you) what the best course of action is.

Please contact a rootworker here: http://readersandrootworkers.org

Take care

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Love Uncrossing and Getting Ready for a New Love

Unread post by victordiaz92 » Fri Oct 30, 2015 9:12 am

Excuse me if this does not belong here but it was the only place that seemed relevant.

I am in a relationship that I have been on and off with for the past 2 years. Sometimes I think to myself if I really do see myself with this person in the long run and sometimes I do but in all honesty a lot of times I don't. We only broke it off once last year in March for about 6 months and somehow ended up together again, which was never my intention. I hurt her that time and could not bare the thought of having her feel that way and I honestly feel sometimes the reason I do not want to end it is because I do not want to hurt her, again. Sometimes I feel with my goals I have set in mind she tends to hold me back a bit. Not necessarily in a bad way just the fact that spending time with someone not being productive vs spending alone time studying and perfecting my skills for my career and future. I have read about certain spells that can help a lover break up without having those feeling of pain and heartbreak. If I do decide its my time to move on how can I go about it without having that weight on my shoulders?! what advice do you all give me?! I read somewhere that there is spells and things to help a lover want to break up with you or something like that. I do not want to keep something going that will waste her time more than anything. Thank you all!

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Re: Love Uncrossing and Getting Ready for a New Love

Unread post by Thomask » Fri Oct 30, 2015 10:23 am

Hello victordiaz92

I would recommend the separation products for an amicable separation

www.luckymojo.com/separation.html

Also, I am moving your post to the appropriate subforum so that you can look at other suggestions

In the future, please check the search engine on the upper right hand corner of the forum page. In the dark green area, there is a white search box. Just enter your key words.

It is very difficult for the moderators to split, move and merge posts.

A love uncrossing is when there is some sort of spell that has been done. And that's where your post is. So, we'll move it

After reading the posts, if you have any questions, lease don't hesitate to ask

Best wishes.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by victordiaz92 » Sat Oct 31, 2015 10:30 am

Thank You Thomask,

Will use that advice, I did not know I could do that! I will definitely have more questions thank you!

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Muse234 » Sat Oct 31, 2015 10:59 am

Hello,
The man I have dated for the past year is currently unhappily married. He's an intelligent, hardworking, sweet man. He got married at a a very young age and according to him, he didn't necessarily knew then what he really wanted. They've been married for almost ten years and he says he's been unhappy for the most part of it. They have two kids both under the age of 6. He is an outstanding, fully dedicated, hands on father. He'll do anything and everything for his children. And they absolutely adore him. (One of the many reasons as to why I love him.) His wife is as well a great mother to the children but the same cannot be said as a partner. She pays him no attention. Doesn't take care of him. Isn't remotely worried about him. They are constantly fighting. I consulted myself once with a spiritualist who confirmed with me that she is as equally unhappy in the relationship as he is. That she has had / has partners while being married. However she won't call of the marriage because she cannot find someone who will maintain her very comfortable lifestyle and who will accept her with two kids. She only gives him attention when she's looking for something materialistic in return. And he tells me as unhappy as he is, he cannot leave because of his children. He cannot fathom not being able to be with them every day. And to change their lifestyle from the one they're use to. He feels as if his children would see him as a bad father if he separated from their mother. But I know that wouldn't be so. Many children with separated parents do well as long as both parents make the transition easy and can get along well. When we first met there was an unexplainable attraction. Something past just the sexual. He tells me he's deeply in love with me and I've made him happier than what he has in years. I want to find a way to show him that his happiness also matters and that it's important. That he shouldn't put it on a back burner.

I've looked around the website a bit and I think the best thing for this situation would be the separation powder. Where I could sprinkle it over his yard. I've also read about the vinegar and or freeze spell where I only would only put the wife's name. I don't want to wish her any harm. I just would like for him to fully realize that it's in his best interest, in all aspects, to get a divorce.

I wouldn't be able to light up and candles nor have anything out in my house since my family wouldn't allow it due to their beliefs. So it would have to be something like the powder.

Your guidance and what would be the best to use would be greatly appreciated!

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Sun Nov 01, 2015 10:23 am

Hello, Muse234,

Well, the separation powder is good to do. Very good.

But I seriously doubt that it will accomplish all your desires.

If this were me and I could not perform spells, hen I would definitely have MISC light a run of candles (one after another)

http://www.missionaryindependent.org/ca ... -mojo.html

That's about all I can suggest since your hands are tied for doing spell work

Take care

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by itgirl92 » Tue Nov 03, 2015 2:09 pm

So, question about Separation vs. Break-Up

I'm currently working on the Break Up Spell kit. But, my incense was difficult to get going last night and I've worked it for three nights now and the divorce candle has just burned down to the male's head. For the last two nights, the flame has burned well, but is pretty small. I know that means that the spell may be slow to take hold and there may be some resistance. Which doesn't surprise me because the whole problem is that he is unhappy, but he doesn't want to cause a rift with their grown kids or his family or their finances so that's why he's staying with her.

But... what are your thoughts about taking it lighter and instead of working on Break-Up, I try to get it to be a Separation. Like, is it possible that they would resist a break-up spell because, in general, they like each other but they just aren't in love with each other? That perhaps a better solution would be a mutual separation and instead of trying to cause fighting and discord, instead I focus my energies on getting them to realize they would be happier apart? Could that be a cause for resistance? Could this be a good case for using Separation products versus Break Up ones?

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Athena » Tue Nov 03, 2015 7:36 pm

Hi itgirl92,

It's not possible to know if there is resistance, or the nature of it, without a reading. I would suggest you get one to identify any obstacles and proceed accordingly.

You can find reputable readers here:

www.readersandrootworkers.org/
www.hoodoopsychics.com

Sometimes the carrot vs. stick approach is better, but a reading will help you understand what's happening and how to remedy it.

Good luck.
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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by snouvavou » Wed Nov 04, 2015 2:03 pm

I'm in a relationship with a man who has been seeking divorce for some time from his(horrible,criminal and manipulative) sociopath ex.
I don't want to curse her(she is her own worst enemy and does it to herself),but I just want the divorce peacefully finalized and the final piece of this process to be done so she can be out of the picture forever.

I am considering taking the "Bride and groom" champagne glasses from their wedding to a crossroads on the waning moon,smashing them and praying for a quick resolution.I have done a cleansing/releasing spell on the house with cleansing herbs/salt/red pepper/Florida Water,etc.
I have been systematically removing any residual possessions of hers to clear her energy from the house.We are actively repainting and renovating ,which helps disperse her "vibe". Along with that,I pissed on and then burned her picture and dropped it into a running stream and that helped move things along.His lawyer suddenly remembered some important paperwork and things were moving forward- but now we are back at a standstill.
He and I just want this over with!
Any suggestions or additions to my current course of action? Would Court Case products help?
He has no love for her whatsoever...so I have no concern for reconciliation.
I am just tired of this all being in limbo.
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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Athena » Wed Nov 04, 2015 2:23 pm

Hi snouvavou,

Court Case products could help you here, as they are already done and you just want the final paperwork to be completed.

http://www.luckymojo.com/courtcase.html

I would also add Saint Expedite products to the mix, to speed things up.

http://www.luckymojo.com/saintexpedite.html

Good luck.
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Spells for Success Going Through Divorce or Ending an Affair

Unread post by MilkandHoney » Wed Dec 16, 2015 5:51 pm

I'm very new and need some solid advice.

My husband and I have been married for over 12 years, though I know I settled. I had tried to break up with him on our 6th date, but lost my nerve when he confessed that he had a major disease and that he felt so happy to be able to find someone with whom he could share that. I couldn't leave him and decided he could be enough.

Well, I'm regretting my lack of courage. Our marriage has not been happy for the last 5 years, and I've contemplated divorce during that time, but have stayed for our kids. He has grown very angry, he drinks too much and it is difficult to be around him any more. I have been miserable, even to the point of falling into a deep depression, and seriously contemplating suicide this last August.

A couple of weeks after my thoughts of suicide, an old friend and flame got in contact with me. I had not spoken to him in over 19 years. We had met when we were both young, and felt an immediate connection. We didn't know why we felt so connected but we always did. On our first date, we got into a nasty car accident, when I missed a turn and rolled the vehicle down into a ravine, stopping mere feet from a swollen, rushing creek. We crawled from the wreckage and were told it was a miracle we survived, let alone with only a few scratches and cuts. We went our separate ways.

A few years after graduation, we ran into each other again at a county fair, and our connection exploded! We dated very hot and passionately for the next few months, until I got scared and broke it off. I didn't hear from him again until late August, when he suddenly had the urge to find me.

We met and had dinner, and it was like time had not even passed. The commonalities in our lives were incredible. We both agreed that we finally understood why our connection has always been so strong, that we are soulmates. After a couple of months of talking and dinners, we both admitted our marriages were awful and that we really belonged together. I had already decided to leave my husband before he came back into my life, but I just lacked the courage. I found that courage in his belief in me, and who I was buried deep within layers of emotional abuse and neglect. I felt alive again, for the first time in years.

He called a few weeks ago, his voice breaking as he told me that he was no longer planning to leave his wife, but that he needed to try counseling to save their marriage, for his daughter. His wife had threatened him with losing her if he left, and I know that will devastate him. He does not love her, and he's changed himself into something he loathes because of her. He told me if his daughter was not in the picture, he would have left already.

I need advise, if you please, as to how I manifest an amicable and not difficult divorce from my husband, as well as how to draw my soulmate back to me, so we can eventually be together as the universe intends. I don't have any ill wishes towards his wife, and don't want her to suffer in the process, nor do I want my husband to suffer either. Also, anything that will ease the transition for all involved, especially the children?

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Dec 16, 2015 10:16 pm

Hello, MilkandHoney ,

Welcome to the forum.

What a very sad story. I am so sorry that you have wasted your life this way.

PLEASE make sure that you aren't leaving your husband just for the other guy. It feels like there's some major ambiguity there.

But, if you really want to do this (and, of course, you don't deserve abuse and neglect), I have moved your post to the appropriate thread. There are 9 pages here on what to do for a peaceful separation.

Work on one spell at a time. There's just too much going on in this scenario. If you cast all these spells at one time, it will be complicated. So, work on yourself first. Then, work on their separation.

As far as the children, how old are they?

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by MilkandHoney » Thu Dec 17, 2015 6:54 am

Hello Miss Aida. Thank you so much for your reply and advice.

I am certain I am not leaving my husband for this other man. I've meditated many times on this subject, and feel confident in where my heart is in this matter. Alone is much better than with him, at this point.

My daughters are 9 and 10.

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Re: Mutual Break Up - Easy Divorce - Peaceful Separation

Unread post by Miss Aida » Thu Dec 17, 2015 6:25 pm

Hello, MilkandHoney,

If the children know that you are being abused, you might want to work with King Solomon products so that they understand what is going on.

Also, you may have to play the rest by ear (depending on their behaviors and attitudes).

But, start now with what was advised.

Wishing you the very best

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