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Hire Conjure Help for Spells or Learn to Do It Yourself?

Unread post by diamondstar » Thu Nov 26, 2009 11:41 am

Which way do you think would bring better/faster results? Paying someone who claims to be very good at (at a high price) it or buying a kit yourself and doing it even if you've never done it before?

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Unread post by jwmcclin » Thu Nov 26, 2009 12:12 pm

Initially you can try yourself but if you have second thoughts you may want to look at AIRR workers. Found here http://www.readersandrootworkers.org/in ... ootworkers

LM has a list of the spell kits that come with everything you will need found here
http://www.luckymojo.com/mojocatspells.html
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Unread post by Devi Spring » Thu Nov 26, 2009 12:45 pm

A lot of people seem to balk at the prices that professional workers ask (I'm not talking about scam artists that want thousands to burn candles, but reputible workers like those found on AIRR and elsewhere). It takes alot of time and energy, not to mention supplies, to do spellwork. Think about how long it takes you to properly fix a vigil light, or how long it takes you to do a spellkit exactly the way it should be done over several days. Then think about all the time and energy that's gone into years and years of study and practice to get that person to their professional skill level. You are paying for expertise, and compensating someone for all the time, energy, and supplies they are using on your behalf.

I guess you could think of it like needing a doctor. You COULD try and do the work yourself, using what info you can dig up on the internet. In many cases that might work! However sometimes you need something more. If you break your leg, maybe the farmer down the street could set it for you and give you some home remedies for $100, or you could go to the hospital and have access to people who have years of training, all the right equipment, and access to all the appropriate supplies and medicines for several hundred dollars. You're paying for expertise, and compensating someone for all the time, energy, and supplies they are using on your behalf.

When it comes to spellwork some people are gifted for the work, and others just plain aren't. Or others may be gifted for the work, but be facing an issue that is beyond their current level of experience and expertise. In those cases it is definitely "better" and "faster" to hire someone to work for you, or at least to get a reading from a worker to find out how best to approach the situation.

If you've never worked before and you're facing a very important issue, then I would definitely suggest hiring a worker. If you are new and want to learn by working for some non-pressing issues, then certainly go for it and see what your results are.
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Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Thu Nov 26, 2009 12:56 pm

Though, never underestimate the power of someone who is new to this work who is really determined and filled with potent emotions. Never, the less, there are times when getting a professional is needed. If you are doing work yourself have faith in yourself, but getting a professional to do a reading to at least ascertain how your work is going is always a good idea. From there you can decide whether to continue yourself or hire someone.
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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Thu Nov 26, 2009 2:57 pm

I agree with Devi. Sometimes its better to just pay the money for a professional, and it might be cheaper in the long run than if you did it yourself. I mean you could change your oil yourself, but if you have no clue as to what you are doing you might just damage your car even further, and spend more money in getting it fixed.

On the other hand with emotions, I mean a new person can have all the emotions in the world, and all the intent in the world, BUT if they cannot manage those emotions, and constantly obsess over the outcome, the energy of the spell is going to fizzle out. I do believe in getting a reading, and at least trying it yourself at least one good time before you hire someone. But sometimes you must assess the situation for what it really is.
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Unread post by Literarylioness » Thu Nov 26, 2009 3:35 pm

diamondstar wrote:Which way do you think would bring better/faster results? Paying someone who claims to be very good at (at a high price) it or buying a kit yourself and doing it even if you've never done it before?


That is really up to you. I encourage people to do their own work. You never know what you can do until you try. If your results are less than satisfactory, then you can work with someone.

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Unread post by neverfit » Thu Nov 26, 2009 4:07 pm

How can you tell whether or not you are gifted for the work?

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Unread post by diamondstar » Thu Nov 26, 2009 6:31 pm

Thank you so much for your responses. As I read each one, it made me think... how will I know if I can do it if I don't try? That being said, I'm going to try this myself first.

Many years ago I did a spell for something totally different and it worked. I need to learn to stop underestimating myself. If I am not successful I will hire someone.

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Unread post by Agent88 » Mon Jan 04, 2010 11:54 am

So, I have been one to try freezer spells and vinegar spells with little or no reaction. I have seen slight moments where I think this is going to be an awesome breakup moment, but it fizzles.

Recently, I decided to enlist Lucky Mojo's Candle Services for a breakup. I have no idea if it has actually taken place yet or anything.

What I do know is that the person I was trying to get to leave someone actually has started his true colors. And not just in front of the person I am trying to get him to leave, but the majority of her family has witnessed this event as well. It may be another case that people turn a blind eye toward, but at least it is all coming out.

And really, this is something I don't think I could've have accomplished on my own. I have the energy and I can put myself in the frame of mind to bind out someone, but my skills are not what LM's are.

So, this could technically be a testimonial, but I think I will continue to use the LM Candle Services for such needs or for similar needs.

I just got to a point where I either have the skill or I don't. And that.. when I send off for them to do it, it is so much easier to set and forget. I send it to them.. I know it is to happen.. I don't know when.. but I can rest easy.

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Unread post by jwmcclin » Mon Jan 04, 2010 12:02 pm

Agent88...this is something that many of us face...if we have the skill. I have been told to try and see if if works if it does you have learned something if it doesnt there may be other issues preventing it from working...e.g.. have you cleansed yourself and your environment. Many times it is just that you are not releasing the entergy and focused too much on the outcome. Do a forum search this has been discussed many times.
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Unread post by Devi Spring » Mon Jan 04, 2010 12:03 pm

You could try getting a reading done to see if you are gifted, and if so for what specific kinds of work. You might be able to work effectively, just not on the types of cases you've been trying. Before despairing, check in with a reader to get a wider perspective.
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Unread post by Agent88 » Mon Jan 04, 2010 1:03 pm

Thanks, guys. Yeah, I haven't gotten the reading for such subjects as if yet. I am just simply happy that this is one of those cases where I send off for it to be done and things happen before it even takes place. Kinda like when people order their mojo hands and already feel the effects before they even receive it.

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Unread post by anita2479 » Sat Dec 25, 2010 11:10 am

Please help me I got a reading done and ordered a love kit
But just cannot grasp doing them.is there any voodoo
Experts who can do a love spell for me?

Thankyou

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Unread post by LilMissFireSign » Sat Dec 25, 2010 11:33 am

Hi Anita,

http://www.readersandrootworkers.org/in ... ootworkers

On the left side, that page has a list of trustworthy AIRR members...also, check out the testimonial threads to help you decide.

Even though you have already gotten a reading, I would reccommend that you get one with an AIRR member...they can lead you in a better direction for what exactly you will need in rootwork...Im actually going to be using an AIRR member for my readings from now on, I just really enjoyed the experience :D
They were right on, even in phone or email readings!!

So Read their pages/testimonials and follow your gut ;)

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Unread post by deewany » Sat Dec 25, 2010 11:44 am

I too agree with LilMiss,
i have been using an AIRR reader for my readings and rootwork, and im very happy.. i dont do rootwork on my own bcoz i need to hide my work and plus i believe experienced workers can do the work better for me and i dont hav to worry if im doing something right or wrong.. so go ahead get a reading from an AIRR reader and get them to do work for u, its worth it!

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Unread post by Devi Spring » Sat Dec 25, 2010 11:51 am

And just for some cultural context on hoodoo and what it is and is not (as it is not Voodoo), you can read this amazingly informative article!
http://www.luckymojo.com/hoodoohistory.html
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Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Dec 25, 2010 12:58 pm

You have received excellent advice; when you look for a reader/root worker you can also look here in the forum at the customer testimonies (customer-testimonials-f22.html) that discusses many of the readers listed at AIRR. Good Luck in your search.
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Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Sat Dec 25, 2010 3:44 pm

Agree with all previous posts. One of the the things you might wish to consider (and especially for anyone else who might read this thread--is magical coaching, offered by some of the Members of AIRR) It could just mean that you have a small "hang up" in technique, and remember also to believe and have confidence in your work. Both the the link to AIRR and testimonials about various members, have been provided by Wonderful Forum Members and Mods above. If magical coaching seems a bit too much for now, "back up work" is recommendeded. Either way, you are in a win win situation. Coaching or backup work.
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Unread post by Sukie82 » Thu Oct 11, 2012 8:49 pm

Hello Everyone

I am doing research within the forums and I see so many questions and answers which is great but what gets confusing is knowing exactly what to purchase.

I would like to know if you wanted to do a spell on someone for break-ups, hot-footings, vinegar jars, separation, etc. Would it be better to do it yourself or contact someone like the professionals from the forum to do it for you?

I know that this is a service that you pay for which is fine.

I was just wondering would it better to do it through one of the AIRR workers? I personally would rather have someone else with experience do it and just tell me what it is that I need to do at home or whatever.

I would like to do a jar spell with vinegar for 4 people who do not know each other but just to put them all in the same jar as opposed to doing 4 different jars. I have read many different links about vinegar jars and what have you.

What I am asking is if I can hire someone from the forum to put together something for me and possibly send it to me or keep it in their homes........

I am clueless so that is why I am asking.

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Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Thu Oct 11, 2012 9:19 pm

http://www.readersandrootworkers.org

Go through the webpages and find the reader and rootworker that is best suited for magical coaching. ALL of the conditions and work you described can be done and worked by you.

So find the Member of AIRR that works for you!

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Unread post by Sukie82 » Fri Oct 12, 2012 5:16 pm

Thank you Ms. Tammie Lee
I have contacted a few of the members from AIRR.

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Fri Oct 12, 2012 11:01 pm

Sukie82,

Just "contacting" them will not usually result in much -- you will need to pick one and actually pay for and book a reading.

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Unread post by Sukie82 » Sat Oct 13, 2012 12:18 pm

Understood Ms.Catherine
I have a reading next Thursday 10/18 with the lovely Ms. Bri. In the meantime I have contacted with and ordered a light spell from Khi to aid me in my upcoming court case with the landlord and for personal business matters. Once I receive my reading from Ms. Bri she will advise me exactly what needs to be done and I will be more in tune concerning what is going on in my life.

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Unread post by StartingOver » Sat Nov 10, 2012 6:03 am

Hello everyone. Thank you for taking the time to read my question and hopefully respond. I had a reading done a few days ago by one of the Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers. He confirmed to me that I was indeed cursed. He recommended 9 days uncrossing baths, reversing and uncrossing rootworking service, and a protection and money stay with me custom mojo hand. My question is.... I am new to this and have never done any rootwork before, should I pay the price to have him do the work for me or can I do the work for myself at a lower cost? I am not sure that I would have the experience needed to deal with such strong work. I do want this to be over with already but I also have a problem coming up with such a large lump sum of money in my already bad financial situation. If it is recommended that I let him do the work then I will find a way to get the money. However I rather not have to do that if it is something that I can do for myself. Please advice. Thank you.

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Unread post by Lady Muse » Sat Nov 10, 2012 9:06 am

Hello Starting Over,
Having a reading is the best way to start a journey to self empowerment. Now that you know what is going on and what is needed to correct it, you may want to do what it takes to get the job done. If you need help then you need help. It's ok to have someone more experienced then you to help you. In addition, you can also ask your worker for conjure coaching so that you can help yourself in the future. I know you stated that money is a issue, so perhaps you may want to ask your worker about things that you can do to generate finances so that you can get the work done. There are a lot of simple but effective things that you can do to generate the income to have the work done. I always tell and show my clients to use what they got, to get what need,to get what they want.
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Unread post by StartingOver » Sat Nov 10, 2012 9:38 am

Thank you for your reply Onki Muse.

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Unread post by redcase1 » Sun Nov 11, 2012 8:13 pm

i finally am able to post, could not post earlier on because of some ip issue..
sorry if its the wrong thread to put this but i dont know where to put this undder.

1) i was wondering, what is the difference between a spell kit / mojo created by a rootworker (AIRR) and one bought from Lucky Mojo?

2) Also, will the distance affect the effects of anything? lets say if i were to use the vigil candle service on someone here in asia is the distance too far/ineffective?

3) and since the spellkit is so much more tedious and difficult to do, is spellkit mmore effective than a mojo?

4) i intend to ask someone to burn the follow me boy vigil candle for 5 days, is it sufficient to have an effect? because i dont think the oils or anything i purchase will reach me here in time.

5) What's the difference between having a vigil candle burned by a rootworker and one done by lucky mojo?

sorry for the many many questions!

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Unread post by Mama Micki » Mon Nov 12, 2012 10:26 am

1. See cat's reply below.

2. The candle service can be used for distance work.

3. Whether any work is effective depends on the skill of the practitioner, the resistance of the target, unknown factors, and the will of God.

4. You are putting doubt into the work before you even get started.

5. Lucky Mojo does not burn candles for clients -- but they do take orders for the candles which are actually set at Missionary Independent Spiritual Church, next door to the shop.
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Nov 12, 2012 12:26 pm

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I am glad to answer your question # 1 above. You ask, "What is the difference between a spell kit / mojo created by a rootworker (AIRR) and one bought from Lucky Mojo?" The question is founded upon a false premise, namely that the Lucky Mojo Curio Co. is somehow not staffed by rootworkers -- but in fact, all Lucky Mojo Curio Co. employees are rootworkers and three of them are members of AIRR! Let me explain:

(A) All Lucky Mojo Curio Co. employees are graduates of my course in hoodoo rootwork, have taken my personal apprenticeship classes, and have received hands-on training from me. Most have worked at Lucky Mojo for years. Lucky Mojo is not a factory or a warehouse; it is a place where every oil, bath, incense, sachet, spell kit, dressed candle mojo, and jack ball is hand-made or hand-prepared for the clients and customers of the shop.

(i) Some of the rootworkers at the Lucky Mojo Curio Co. take "outside cases" for private clients: Lou Florez, Miss Elvyra, Sister Robin Conjure, Aidan (Apollo Dark), and i (Miss cat) all take private "outside cases" as readers and rootworkers in addition to our general work for public customers of the shop and our private work or "inside cases" for clients through the shop and through Missionary Independent Spiritual Church next door.

(a) Three of the above Lucky Mojo rootworkers -- Lou, Elvyra, and me (cat) -- are also members of AIRR, the Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers. All members of AIRR take private cases.

(b) Two of the above Lucky Mojo rootworkers -- Sister Robin and Apollo Dark -- are not members of AIRR, but do take private cases.

(ii) Two other Lucky Mojo Curio Co. rootworkers do private and personal work for clients, but only via the shop or the church: Mother Katrina (the lead deacon and candle server at the church) and Heidi (who makes all of the jack balls at Lucky Mojo) both perform general work for public customers of the shop and private work or "inside cases" for clients through the shop and the church.

(iii) Three other Lucky Mojo Curio Co. rootworkers only work for people via the shop through making spiritual supplies for public customers of the shop: Alicia, Lisa, and Gwen do not take any private cases.

(iv) Three other people at the Lucky Mojo Curio Co. work primarily in support of the company's mail order business: Leslie handles data entry and purchasing, Eileen runs the shipping department and does customer service, and nagasiva is the IT and tech support manager for the business; they too are graduates of cat's course, have taken the apprenticeship, and can make supplies for clients if the shop is short-handed or because they specialize in certain lines of goods (for instance, all Black Arts products incorporate Black Arts stock oil hand-made by nagasiva).

(B) Many rootworkers not directly working in the Lucky Mojo Curio Co. shop purchase and use Lucky Mojo supplies in their work; some of them purchase Lucky Mojo supplies wholesale and resell the products to the public through their own shops, in addition to prescribing them for their own private clients; some of them are members of AIRR and some are not.

(D) Many rootworkers not directly working in the Lucky Mojo Curio Co. shop do not purchase or use Lucky Mojo supplies, but purchase other brands of supplies instead; some of them are members of AIRR and some are not.

(C) Many rootworkers not directly working in the Lucky Mojo Curio Co. shop do not purchase or use Lucky Mojo supplies, but make their own supplies instead; some of them are members of AIRR and some are not.

This forum is for the use of those home hoodoo practitioners and those professional rootworkers (AIRR members and otherwise) who purchase and use Lucky Mojo products in their conjure work for themselves, for their families, for their friends, and/or for their own rootwork clients.
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Unread post by MissMichaele » Mon Nov 12, 2012 8:38 pm

13-Herb Bath and Jinx Killer products are powerful block-busters that you can use at home.
I'm also a big believer in lodestone altars -- and that can be as simple as a lodestone in bowl of change.
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Nov 12, 2012 9:49 pm

StartingOver --

Lucky Mojo is here to help people do their own work if they want to learn and have the confidence to try it. Some folks need help, and for that we have many helpers here at the forum, and, in addition, many members of AIRR offer rootwork coaching and consultations. For instance, i charge $30.00 for a half-hour coaching session in which i will walk you though doing a spell yourself, giving you several variations on the spell to suit your particular location, needs, and concerns -- and then i will let you ask as many questions as you can until our time is up.

If you schedule an hour of my time, that is $60.00, and we can talk the spell over at even greater length, or i can teach you two or three different spells.

Read about and familiarize yourself with magical coaching at AIRR. Just go to the site and look it up and see who does it.

http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/C ... ual_Advice

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Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Thu Nov 29, 2012 6:34 pm

I'm definitely one of those rootworkers who uses Lucky Mojo products.
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Unread post by StartingOver » Sat Dec 29, 2012 12:43 pm

I just found this thread again since it was moved. Thank you everyone for responding to my question.

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sun Feb 12, 2017 2:44 pm

Over in Facebook, a professional reader approached me with this question:

"I was wondering how to go about registering with AIRR ... and what benefits come from being associated with the organization."

I took some time to reply in detail, and i have decided to post the reply here so anyone can read it and it can be pointed to by anyone who wants to help other querents locate the information.

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Hmmm. Well, let me explain:

1) The Association of Independent Spiritual Churches is a denomination of small churches and chapels around the country where divinatory reader services, candle services, rootwork services, spiritual counselling, and such can be found. MISC is under the direction of a Board of Directors, whose five members have changed through the years since 2006, when the group was founded. The current president of the board is Deacon Millett.

2) AIRR is a community-beneficial committee of the MISC denomination of churches, and was set up in 2007 by MISC members Robin York, Kenneth Fuller, my husband nagasiva, and myself. Robin, nagasiva, and i are still members of AIRR, but Kenneth left the organization years ago. When we opened the rolls in 2007, we began with about ten members. There are currently about 35 members.

3) In addition to AIRR, AISC also runs the Hoodoo Heritage Festival, now in its 10th year; a Pro Bono fund through AIRR to supply indigent clients with free spiritual supplies, readings, and candle services; and the Crystal Silence League online prayer network where community members can upload prayers and let one another know that their prayers have been echoed by others.

Now, on to AIRR itself:

To join AIRR, a person must be both a reader and a rootworker (as per the group's name) and have been in service to the public for at least two years. All members are graduates of my correspondence course in hoodoo -- a condition proposed in 2007 by Robin and Kenneth, and seconded by nagasiva, and to which i assented. The idea behind this requirement was not that i am the best or only teacher, but that if all members had graduated from my course, we would all have a similar knowledge-base which we could present to our clients, so that they would be able to go from one worker to another and feel they were still in the same community.

AIRR members all make several promises to the group regarding ethics, relationships with the public, relationships within the group, promises to handle a Pro Bono cases, and other such things. Many go further than this and also help with MISC's other projects, including creating physical churches, attending or presenting at the Hoodoo Heritage Festival, sending financial support to Black cemeteries and churches that have been vandalized, and so forth.

The cost of joining AIRR is $30.00 for the application fee. If a person is accepted, the yearly fee for being listed in the online directory is $100.00, which includes free updates to one's listing, which is made by the group's volunteer Tech Team.

The benefits? Well, having your name and a link to your bio and booking page on 400 content heavy web pages, i guess.

Also AIRR offers free Ombudsman services to mediate any disputes between clients and members, and also among the members themselves.

That's about it, i think.

Really, all of this knowledge is open to the public at the AIRR web site.
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/A ... ity_Portal
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/A ... ootworkers
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/Code_of_Ethics
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/O ... of_Service
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/Pro_Bono_Fund
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/Site_Credits
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/AIRR_Tech_Team
http://missionaryindependent.org/
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/A ... ee_of_MISC
http://crystalsilenceleague.org/
http://missionaryindependent.org/denomination.html

I think the answer to your question may be best said by paraphrasing John F. Kennedy. When we seek out members, we advise them to "Ask not what AIRR can do for your career, but what you can do for the community through AIRR."

Many members of AIRR are also members of the for-profit psychic reading phone service Hoodoo Psychics, by the way. The two organizations are not connected legally, but as a commercial enterprise, Hoodoo Psychics does support AIRR and MISC by providing free booking and client-wrangling services at the yearly Hoodoo Heritage Festival.

At MISC we are committed to open and transparent accountability to the public, to our clients, and to our colleagues. There's really not much more to say than that.

Read the documents i linked to above and you will have a complete handle on the matter.

All of these documents and more are open to the public through the Community Portal site at the AIRR web site:

http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/A ... ity_Portal

And the application form is here, also in public, should you wish further guidance:

http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/AIRR_application
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Tue Sep 12, 2017 4:20 pm

The AIRR web site has just hit 500 information pages plus 84 category overview pages -- a total of 584 information-packed pages about spell-casting, folk magic, divination, and religion, plus the booking pages for 38 highly gifted and qualified readers and rootworkers whom clents can hire. When you add the Main Page, that brings the site to a total of 623 pages! http://readersandrootworkers.org is a lot more than a place to hire a psychic -- it offers clients a way to learn about metaphysics and the occult so that they can make well-informed decisions when seeking help with their spiritual problems.
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Personally, I'm super-grateful to have someone helping me. I do my very best, but with anxiety disorder, blah blah, I bring some negative energy in which is not helping. I am doing work (not going to specify) while the reader, who is also a rootworker, does more or less the same kind of thing. I have WAY more confidence with someone in my corner!

I've pretty much not tried too much outside of love magic, and it hadn't occurred that I might not be good at *that particular thing.* I can make some basic cleansing baths and stuff. So I think in general I like setting lights and getting a reading, and doing work in tandem if I can.
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Re: Hire Conjure Help for Spells or Learn to Do It Yourself?

Unread post by Ash1111 » Tue Apr 24, 2018 9:37 am

Im sorry if this question.is in the wrong forum, but I couldn't find the answer anywhere.

I have recently undertaken spell work with an AIRR worker, I won't name names.

Now I have 100% absolute confidence in this worker to get results from their work for me, however, I was always taught never put all your eggs in one basket and so, I am considering paying for similar work via another rootworker who is AIRR approved, to boost the overall work.

What would be an experienced workers/moderators advive on.this be? Should I only work with the one root worker or can using 2 workers help?

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Unread post by Sister Jean » Thu Apr 26, 2018 10:41 am

Hello Ash1111,

Of course you have the option to do that, I would just be transparent with your worker and tell them what you're doing. As a professional courtesy and so they can make sure they and the other worker aren't stepping on each other's toes.

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