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Introduction / Rootworker Doing Honey Jar

Unread post by rookieguy13 » Tue Sep 30, 2014 1:04 am

I'm new to this, and where I am, it''s quite difficult for me to do spells of my own.

Long story short, I was what you could say, in a long distance relationship with someone. A misunderstanding happened, drama happened and she went with someone else. I've been blocked on social networking sites, and don't have her current phone number.

Almost a week ago, I've had a spell caster do a honey jar spell, and aura cleansing (for the girl), to sweeten her towards me. Honestly, her current man is a hood rat and doesnt want anything good for her.

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Re: Introduction / Rootworker Doing Honey Jar

Unread post by MaryBee » Tue Sep 30, 2014 6:05 am

Hi rookieguy,

Welcome. :)

I'd just relax and let the rootworker do his/her thing.

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Re: Introduction / Rootworker Doing Honey Jar

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Tue Sep 30, 2014 9:28 am

rookieguy13

Welcome to the Lucky Mojo Forum. We hope all goes well with your rootworker,. We are a repository for information on old-school Hoodoo and conjure. Aura cleansings are no quite up our alley, although of course we have heard of them. The theory of he aura, as i understand it is a metaphysical concept about a sort of spiritually active cloud or mist that surrounds every living being.

We deal more with contact magic, such as foot track work, tricks placed in food, and the like, and with proxy or symbolic work, such as the honey jar.

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Re: Introduction / Rootworker Doing Honey Jar

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Tue Sep 30, 2014 9:29 am

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Re: Introduction / Rootworker Doing Honey Jar

Unread post by rookieguy13 » Tue Sep 30, 2014 11:48 am

Thank You very much for the replies, I really appreciate it. I'm a "lost soul" in these things. It's something I've taken a sudden interest to, and haven't discussed it with anyone. None of my friends and family believe in it. I started believing about 5 months ago, but my interest sparked more about a month ago.

At one point I was going to try and do one myself with the kit provided by this website; http://www.luckymojo.com/honey-jar-spel ... ation.html but I thought a rootworker may be more powerful, as I'm new to it. I originally found her on Fiverr, she did a reading for me, and then mentioned her rootworking. She offered to do one for me if I sent extra on any gig (didn't matter), so she could buy the materials. About 5 days later she provided a picture of the honey jar she created, I'm guessing there was a fair amount of candles on the jar, from what I can make out, I can see the jar, candles and 2 blazing lights.

I will definitely look up on the threads in my spare time when I get time alone. I personally don't want my friends/family knowing as they will just judge and whatnot. My rootworker told me to just focus on myself now, except every couple of days or so I just feel down knowing the situation, and what could have happened if others never interfered between us.

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Re: Introduction / Rootworker Doing Honey Jar

Unread post by Susan Barnes » Wed Oct 01, 2014 4:02 am

Hi rookieguy13,

I'm so sorry you are having this experience.

Mary Bee gave you great advice to relax and let the rootworker do his/her thing.
Also, reading the links Catherine Yronwode gave you will be enlightening.

You can do the spell kit you bought along with what the rootworker is doing to add extra
power to the situation since you are personally involved. I have faith in you.

My sense is that you have a knack for rootwork.

God Bless,
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Re: Introduction / Rootworker Doing Honey Jar

Unread post by rookieguy13 » Sat Oct 04, 2014 12:45 am

Oh, I can do it too? I didn't know, I thought more than 1 may cause a problem or maybe have no effect, depending on the situation. She told me she bought her kit from Lucky Mojo.

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Re: Introduction / Rootworker Doing Honey Jar

Unread post by Susan Barnes » Sun Oct 05, 2014 4:10 am

Hi rookieguy13,

Yes, you can do it as well, to back her up. :)
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Re: Introduction / Rootworker Doing Honey Jar

Unread post by rookieguy13 » Mon Oct 06, 2014 4:32 pm

Okay, makes sense. :D

I was also wondering, are the herbs for each type specific? Or could you put your own stuff? Like, what would I do for love?

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Re: Introduction / Rootworker Doing Honey Jar

Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Oct 08, 2014 8:23 pm

Hello, rookieguy13 ,

Please take these questions to the appropriate subforum. This is an introduction forum

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