Thanks, Dean, for explaining that so well!
Like you said -- the menstrual blood on the coins is for the woman's power over the man; in this case, financial power. The semen on the string is knotted in order for the man's nature to be captured, and the reason for the woman to not have an orgasm at the time she collects the semen is because she wants to have a clear head, keep her magical intent in mind, and not get captured herself.
Also, i know several gay men who have made and used a Nation Sack with good results. This form of mojo hand originated as a woman's trick around Memphis, Tennessee, but gay men all around the country certainly have picked up on it by now!
By the way, if a man wanted to make this sort of a trick bag on a woman, he would have to reverse everything -- he would put his semen on the coins and anoint the string with her sexual fluids from a union while she was on her period *and* he did not have an orgasm but she did -- combining her period blood with her fluids of arousal and thus tying two of her powers (her fascination power and her nature) in the same knots.
One reason this reversal may not be popular with men, though, is that few African American men will have sex with a woman on her period, so powerful is the bewitching power of her menstrual blood. Most especially, they may refuse oral sex on her at that time -- or at any time, for fear of being caught by her if she were to lie and say she was not on her period when she actually was, because once they tasted her menses, they would be tied to her just as sure as if she fed them that stuff in coffee, tea, or spaghetti sauce. And that, in a nutshell, may be why the Nation Sack is seldom used by men -- it's too risky for men to prepare it!
Hail Discordia, the structural logic behind capturing the nature and other traditional forms of conjure is explained in my course -- and once you begin to understand the structural logic, then the actions performed in this type of spell-casting, which might otherwise seem contradictory or arbitrary, all fall into place, and you cease to see a "cook book" style recipe or set of instructions, and are able to view the spell as a sophisticated example of symbolic magic, "as above, so below."
Chatocamacho, The reason to buy coins from a coin shop is simply to get coins from the birth years of you and your lover. Most coins only stay in circulation a few years. After that, you have to ask for them by date at a coin shop.
Some folks don't use birth-year coins, but instead use a coin the man gave them from his own hand for him, plus a lucky coin they found for themselves.
If you would rather use modern coins, then go right ahead.
The choice is yours.
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