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Unread post by rhiannonwales » Sat Nov 12, 2011 12:22 pm

So I have a 7 year old daughter who is INTENSELY interested in spellwork. Shes been begging me for years to teach her, and recently she was looking at my tarot cards and asking what each card meant. Now she knows that its not like on Wizards of Waverly Place (TV show,) but i've been kinda stuck as to how to approach it. I've always felt that it should be a personal choice and not something indoctrinated on you, but there is something to be said for a family tradition. And she IS asking to learn.

I guess what i'm asking is twofold; If you have taught kids (or if you were taught a a child) when did it start?
And how do you begin?

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Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Sat Nov 12, 2011 8:02 pm

As a Mom, You will know when the time is right. No doubt, you are probably dressing her with King Solomon Wisdom and Crown of Success and Protection.

You will know when the time is right. You can introduce things slowly starting with Holy Water, Lucky Mojo Oils, Sachet Powders, Buckeye and a few other tips for the little ones. You know if your baby girl (or boy) is gifted... you just know. Just like you will know when the right time for introduction to divination will be.

Now, if your little one is asking questions about the cards...and more and shows and you know what your child has by way of a gift, you choose. There is no set rule book for this. Maturity is your best bet. You choose to release the information to the gifted one.
What age? It depends male or female? This is something that you are going to have to go with your gut on.
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Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Nov 12, 2011 8:51 pm

I agree with Miss Tammie Lee...approach if asked and definitely consider maturity. I learned that my daughter put a spell on a little girl that was bothering her 20 years ago...and no I did not know. She was reading through some of my books and located a spell because the little girl was constantly bothering her...and she wanted her to leave her alone.. Now she is taking cat's course and learning on her own.
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Unread post by Jinglepop » Tue Dec 13, 2011 7:03 pm

Some children display mystical abilities when very young. Often these abilities weaken once they are older. I completely support it, since the kiddie seems so interested. And like any parent you must teach her right and wrong, this is not a game etc etc. They will understand. And like all skills and talents. Such things are best when honed from a young age.

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Unread post by dorothybaez » Wed Dec 14, 2011 3:26 pm

I totally agree....If someone is asking to learn, then go for it.

I homeschooled my kids, so I would find it exciting to teach my child about rootwork....Unfortunately neither of them were interested.
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Unread post by MissMichaele » Wed Dec 14, 2011 8:45 pm

I agree with Miss Tammie Lee; maturity is the key. By all means answer her questions about Tarot.

If you are already doing blessing or protective rootwork in her behalf, let her take part in that work. Teach her about cleansing, too.

I homeschooled my own children, too, so I learned very quickly that questions = curriculum :-)


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Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Wed Dec 14, 2011 10:24 pm

I had a couple want me to education their young son in magical work. He showed a great deal of aptitude and natural skill. It comes down to maturity and what the child is capable of learning. Encourage curiosity, but don't overburden a child.
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Unread post by Dr Johannes » Thu Dec 15, 2011 1:32 am

Let them watch, smell, touch, listen to your prayers. Then when the time comes, as mentioned by the wise mothers above, you teach them housework. The house should always be clean and in good order, cottage or castle alike, before starting anything magical. Then they - and you - will get the best foundation for good work.
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Unread post by Southernmom » Fri Jan 06, 2012 3:35 pm

I homeschool as well and a few of my children are pretty durn interested in Rootwork. I've always made books/conversation available and appropriate for their knowledge level, I plan to continue. Right now my 15 yo daughter is very much interested...she's also a bit of a beginning blues musician so I'm not surprised at all!
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Unread post by Lady Marie » Wed Feb 29, 2012 10:12 pm

Wow we need a hoodoo homeschooling group. I think it is a judgment call that parents should make based on exposure to the marketplace of ideas in the fields of theology,theaology,anthropology, philosophy and the like. A solid grounding in sacred scriptures of many traditions but especially in the Judeo-Christian Bible is desirable. I have a daughter who is gobbling up books on Sufi mysticism and is a dedicated blues slide guitar player. She finds hoodoo work fascinating but is more interested in how it works and the theory underlying the system than in actually working conjure. Her path is hers and mine is mine. I am delighted to see other home schooling families it would appear that the old stereotypes are being discarded and that is wonderful. I support totally her independence and curiousity with the trust I have in the Divine will call her in the right time and place for her.
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Unread post by Mama Micki » Thu Mar 01, 2012 7:36 am

I'd like to start teaching my three-year-old granddaughter. She is a creative and imaginative child. The idea of a hoodoo school for kids sounds great.
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Unread post by thatgirl » Tue Apr 17, 2012 3:41 pm

I guess it comes down to the part that rootwork plays in your own life. It's sort of like any other habits or practices to some extent. There are things my mother did when I was a child that my father just called superstitious. It wasn't really a matter of teaching me rootwork, but... sort of like "don't split the pole" is something you don't do.

For instance, the use of ammonia is something I picked up from my mom because that's what she did. That said, basic cleansing and protective type things are okay, IMO, but don't need to be introduced or taught specifically as "magic". I guess I just feel that some customs are just that and don't need the mystical spin.

When my mom made brooms, they didn't call them magic or rootwork, but they stated the purpose of the brooms. I guess, from my perspective, introducing it as something they can relate to movies and TV shows makes it more of a hot topic (or even reason for playground gossip) and less of simply being a spiritual way of life. Smudging isn't called "magic"; it's called cleansing. Even if we call the terms one in the same, it makes a difference in how the children relate to these things. Adding ammonia to the wash water isn't exciting. Coming across cat's book on the other hand would be lol. I carried a mojo *long* before I even knew what that term meant. Every now and then people would recognize it for what it was, ask questions about it etc, and I always denied that it had anything to do with something as silly as "magic" or voodoo. Once a teacher even asked to have a peek inside of mine. :lol:

I've always been pretty closed lip about what I do as... well... matters like the ancestor's altar come up in Spanish class, for instance. "We have one, too!" my kids told their teacher lol.

My oldest has always been interested in my tarot cards, and I finally let him give them a go, interpreting them based on the images. He did fairly well, but the learning is only according to his interest. At the same time, just as with strangers on the street, I would guard what I know for the most part. As others have said, maturity is a huge part of it. However, when it comes to cleansing, praying and dressing... it's not something that's necessarily taught specifically as rootwork, as it's simply what I do. It's something that our children will just naturally pick up on their own if it's part of the way we live.

My children are still young, but I plan to give out any info on a *need* to know basis.. just as I would with topics like sex or anything else shrouded in controversy or with potential risk.

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Unread post by magicianness » Sun Oct 06, 2013 1:01 pm

Greetings All! I wonder if anyone has ideas for opening my child to spirituality. He has prophetic dreams and he is very intuitive. He is 13 years old, a bit stubborn, a Virgo/Capricorn and I want him to find GOD in his own way.

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Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Sun Oct 06, 2013 1:19 pm

This is my opinion only. I am not quoting anyone.
I believe kids in any belief can have thier own designated practices. Sure, it can be based on the religions of parents. I also believe that adults become desensitized in many ways. There is much to be said for the wisdom of a child.

That being said, there are many great products and topics here at The Lucky Mojo Forum for your son.

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Unread post by Miss Phoenix » Mon Oct 07, 2013 8:12 am

Hi magicianness, this is always a difficult balance. I am open, honest, and available to my daughter (who is 11) about my spiritual practices, but I am also open about other practices. When she asks religious questions that I don't have the answers for I try to get her resources. I would love for her to follow my spiritual path, but (in my opinion), we each have to find our own way. I have found the best way to get her engaged is to offer her choices, let her try out different things, and encourage her. There really isn't one right answer, just like all adults are individuals, all kids are too, but no doubt there are some things that would spark his interest or get in curious or asking questions.

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Wed Dec 04, 2013 6:29 pm

Magiicianness,

There is not one answer to this question.

Spirituality is a vague term that describes a wide variety of perceptions, behaviours, rites, and customs relating to the non material or Spirit world. Much of it is culturally mediated, some of it is family oriented, and among some people, it is an individual practice or belief. How you view spirituality will no doubt affect the way you teach it to your child, in the role of a guide and parent.

Religions vary in their acceptance of child participation. In Baptist churches, little children are taught to pray but the age of consent must be reached before a child is baptized, while among the Catholics, infants are baptized and are full members of the church from the cradle. In some religions only adults are accepted, in others teens are admitted.

Magic, particularly folk magic, which we practice here, is generally a fairly obvious part of a culture's patterns of living, and although some aspects of it (for instance those areas dealing with mature sexuality) may be hidden from children, the more general cultural transmissions begin early, often from the mouth of a grandmother or auntie.

Gifts of prophecy and divination are also culturally mediated experiences, in that some cultures value them and others do not. They may have a partially genetic basis as well, for some families seem to carry a lineage of divinatory gifts, such as dreaming true, while others do not. Such gifts may manifest at a young age.
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Unread post by tainapr » Wed Dec 04, 2013 10:04 pm

I can certainly relate with you. I also had prophetic dreams since I was very young. I also heard and saw spirits, which I must say it was very scary. However I grew up in a spiritual home and my mom would say that I had the gift, but my mom didn't really explain it to me well. Although, they were all basically spiritualist and I saw what they did it would freak me out. As I got older, I hated for my family to call me a little witch.

It wasn't until my youngest child was born that I fully accepted my gift. I was just 24 almost 25 and I had a vision of that I had to either accept the gift or allow my daughter who at the time was just 18 months old. I chose to accept it and work with my gift.

Since then I have introduced all three of my kids to my religious belief. I do allow them to make their decision on whether it not they follow my path. My two daughters have the gift, but my 9 year old seems to be more prone to seeing more or should I say clairvoyant. My son is interested in learning about magic and potions. He thinks that it's really cool.

Mind you my oldest is now 17, my son is 12, and my youngest is 9. They all see what I do and I don't hide it from them. My oldest tells her friend and is not at the least embarrassed. She can't wait until she can start doing magic. Every now and then I allow them to make their own spiritual baths, and when they have problems they ask for spiritual guidance. However, this is how I have chosen to raise them.

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Unread post by Big Liz Conjure » Fri Jan 24, 2014 4:21 pm

Miss Tammie lee is right. I think you just have to teach children in an age appropriate manner. As parents we are our children's shepherd. If this is your spiritual belief system, you have every right to teach it to your child. Sometimes people run into problems when their mate does not believe in what they do, and then a compromise is needed. I raised my child Christian, and I began practicing Haitian Vodou recently.

My 11 year old daughter is very interested in Vodou, so that is a family affair. When I started practicing Rootwork, she had no interest. Now she is interested in Traditional Witchcraft, and is under the guidance of a knowledgeable witch. She also has decided to follow the Greek deity path rather than Christianity. I am letting her find her way. Even though I really want to pass my tradition down to her, in the end, what I care about is that she has a belief system and honors it according to its tradition.

When my 4 year old niece wanted to work candles with me, I asked her parents, and they said it was fine. All three of their girls got to watch me work a candle and we all made Peaceful Home Powder together. It was fun. I think that no matter what age, you can expose them in a way that is on their level, and they will at least have that knowledge to grow from.

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Unread post by Oceanas Moon » Sun Mar 22, 2015 2:16 pm

My daughter is 15 and has been watching me for many years 'do my thing', she has always asked questions and I let her discover things on her own when it comes to spirituality, religions, etc. She has shown an increase in interest in my workings this past year, and lo and behold she has seen her first spirit. This to me is the sign that she is ready. For her 16th birthday we will be traveling to New Orleans and do all the touristy stuff, haunted tours, spiritual shops, etc. I am looking for a reputable worker (back alley even) that can give her a reading and a spiritual supply store for her to choose a pendulum and/or tarot deck that speaks to her. (I would do it myself... but I will always be 'MOM' *sigh*) I have checked with A.I.R.R. and don't seem to see anyone in that area... can anyone make a recommendation? Also what specific items have you given for protection? Since it's her 16th I was thinking piercing her ears a second time and maybe small diamond earrings that have been dressed and blessed that I know she won't be taking off, or a pendant. While I would guide her in her own path, would you think that spending a year or so on protection and enhancing her gifts or just studying the tarot would be beneficial to limit her too or should I just turn her loose lol?

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Mar 23, 2015 8:52 pm

Hello, Oceanas Moon ,

Wow! That is so awesome!! Congrats!

I don't know who to recommend but you may want to look at this page and see if any of the subjects appeal to you:
hoodoo-in-history-hoodoo-in-the-news-f19.html

As far as protection, here is an entire page that Miss cat wrote. You can find spell, amulets, etc: www.luckymojo.com/protectionspells.html

I don't know if I would; "turn her loose". She's a little too young and needs guidance. Especially since she's encountered her first Spirit. You never know if this may open a floodgate. So, would certainly work on protection and control.

Anyway, just my thoughts....

Wishing the both of you a GREAT time in Louisiana and with her Vision Quest

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Unread post by Oceanas Moon » Wed Mar 25, 2015 3:56 pm

Thank you. She's pretty excited, while I'm trying to think of where to start lol. I definitely agree though protection is our first subject.... Thank you for the link! Very helpful.

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Unread post by Determent » Wed Jun 03, 2015 11:01 pm

Don't think I'm at the right thread, but I can't seem to find a thread for my question.

Hoodoo is Christian based, how can I incorporate hoodoo to draw my husband closer to God. He never was a big devoted Christian but he at least did read his Bible and prayed. Since the beginning of this year he stopped reading his Bible and stopped praying. He is drinking every weekend not coming home, drinking and he is having an affair. I'm am doing work to stop the affair. But I'm wanting to do something to draw him closer to God. So that God can work with him.

Any and all suggestions are welcome

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Thu Jun 04, 2015 7:52 pm

Hello, Determent,

I am so sorry that this is happening to you.

Try Psalm 32 and 23. Also, there are other Psalms to Cast off Evil. Psalm 37

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

Also, you may want to work with Cast off Evil products

www.luckymojo.com/castoffevil.html

I hope this works out for you.

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Unread post by Determent » Fri Jun 05, 2015 12:11 am

Thank you Miss Aida.

Can I make 3 bottles, 1 for his drinking, 1 for his drug use ( don't think he is addicted, but I know he uses over weekends) and 1 to cast of this woman he is having the affair with. ( She is the root of the evil) while I burn a candle and washing his clothes etc as explained in the cast of evil link to draw him closer to God?

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Unread post by Leah » Tue Jun 20, 2017 7:26 pm

My vivacious little sprite of a daughter loves to look at all my (our) spiritual things on and off the altar, and doesn't shy away from picking things up, sometimes carrying off the crystals and other little things, sometimes leaving her little toys settled among the other items. Just curious to get some feedback from some of you experienced practitioners. How do you feel about a child playing about the altar, touching things, taking things, leaving their own things there...is there any harm? Of course I am supervising closely anytime there is a lit candle going! Does a child's presence and play affect the work in any way?

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Unread post by Miss Athena » Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:05 pm

Hi Leah,

Welcome to the forum. When you get a chance, and if you wish to do so, please introduce yourself in the Introductions thread.

As a rule, you do not want your altar interfered with, however playful and innocent the interference may be. Consider it sacred space that honors your spiritual court, and allowing interference is a form of disrespect to the spirits you call upon.

If there is no way to keep your child away from it, I would move it to a location where she can't get her tiny hands on it. If you can't physically move it, then perhaps a conversation with your daughter about the significance of the space is in order. If she's old enough to understand, explain to her why it's important that it not be touched.

I know it's hard when there are little ones afoot, but it's essential that your altar remains a place of respect and honor for the spirits you work with.

I hope this helps. Good luck.
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Tue Jun 20, 2017 9:19 pm

My only concerns about children and altars are

(1) fire safety,

(2) the possibility of consuming toxic or inedible herbs or roots,

(3) the possibility of breaking precious or valuable artifacts

If the altar has ancestral components, i figure those are the child's ancestors too. I am pretty pragmatic: if the child is too young or unskilled to handle makeup, art supplies, or kitchen tools and food preparation, he or she is too young to mess around at my altar.
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Unread post by stillsosola » Wed Jul 25, 2018 6:51 am

My daughter witnessed me doing a freezer spell the other day and wanted to know all about it so I went step by step and showed her, explained the ethics of spell work and she helped me set out lights for our ancestors altar.

Thing is she's 13 and has a phone and I've caught her looking up questionable practitioners videos. she seems genuinely interested and I wanted to know if there's any books in Lucky Mojo's inventory recommended for her age range? Or for a beginner?

We have women's work, hoodoo bible magic, paper in my shoe and Ray malboroughs magical power of the saints and charms spells and formulas. Anything else I should add to our book shelf for her?

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Wed Jul 25, 2018 9:32 am

sillsosola,

What a great question. Thanks for asking. I think the books you have are wonderful. Two other titles i would add for a young person would be:

1) My book, "Hoodoo Herb and root Magic," because it introduces the idea of herbs and roots and spices (some of which can be picked along city streets or grown in a garden) and it contains a wide variety of simple combinations that will empower her to make her own small spells, and also to learn about botany and our natural world.

2) I also recommend "Hoodoo Spiritual Baths" by Aura Laforest to all newbies and to parents of younger people because baths are easy to make and use and they do not involve open flames.
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Unread post by stillsosola » Wed Jul 25, 2018 11:00 pm

Thanks miss cat!

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