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Unread post by JayDee » Fri Apr 10, 2015 7:36 pm

Priya1220,

I flush cleansing products down the drain I never thought to do it otherwise till today when I read your post lol.
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Unread post by Priya1220 » Fri Apr 10, 2015 8:14 pm

J82:

Lol! Well i guess i over worry/over think too much then haha.

Lol thank you. I will just do it the way you do. :)

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Unread post by aura » Sat Apr 11, 2015 9:53 am

Hi Priya,

If you used the water to spiritually cleanse your house (like the mop water from spiritual house cleaning), then some people prefer to reserve a small amount to be disposed of off the property, in a crossroads (or other appropriate location. When it comes to cleansing candles, that type of disposal is probably overkill: many of us don't even cleanse our candles at all.
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Unread post by Priya1220 » Sat Apr 11, 2015 9:17 pm

Lol Aura, you are right, thank you!
I guess i thought i should cleanse mine because the ones i bought at the grocery store were so cheap and verrrrry cheaply made. They are probably emergency candles and thats why. But it was four votive candles for a dollar. 0_0 i will be definitely buying loads of candles from LM when i finally have the cash to spend when i find a job.

I had no idea that most people don't even cleanse theirs. Lol.

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Unread post by Priya1220 » Thu Apr 16, 2015 8:41 pm

How does one dispose of candle wax.where the candle was cleansed improperly?

Only reason i cleansed it was to get rid of a certain oil i had on it that i didn't want etc.

I cleansed it rubbing up, which draws negativity. I had forgotten what way i was suppose to rub at the time though, so like i said, i went with up.. 0_0 didn't realize i had done it improperly until the candle was almost done burning. Anyway. I pinched it out. How do i dispose of it now? Can i throw it away into the trash? It was a candle to a Saint meant for positive work.

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Fri Apr 17, 2015 9:12 pm

Hello, Priya1220 ,

Why not cleanse it thoroughly and start again?

Otherwise, you would still dispose of it traditionally.


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Unread post by Priya1220 » Fri Apr 17, 2015 10:47 pm

Because the candle was almost burnt down all the way to being finished. I did light a new white candle after to get rid of any negativity i might have caused

I would just think im suppose to throw it away as i rubbed up which is suppose to mean i drew the negativity up to me. So i thought throwing it in the trash would be the best route and cancel out anything i did....? i would think holding onto it would draw negativity to me? Am i correct in thinking these things?

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Unread post by coastwitch » Sat Apr 18, 2015 7:01 pm

Priya1220, We do not usually throw things "in the trash." This thread is 17 pages long and over and over again Miss cat, Miss Bri, Miss Aida, Miss Michaele, and all the other moderators explain how to dispose of ritual remains. If the candle you used is a glass candle, wash it out and recycle the glass. If it is a free-standing wax candle, dispose of it according to the ways taught her, which depend on the spell you did.

You have posted before about "cleansing" candles. but this is not part of hoodoo tradition. I think you have hoodoo mixed up with something else.

As Miss cat once said on the radio, "If hoodoo candles were so impure that you had to cleanse them before use, then why isn't incense so impure you have to cleanse it before use? Why isn't a sachet powder so impure you have to cleanse it before use? Why is it okay to use an oil straight from the bottle, but you think you have to cleanse a candle first? And if you cleanse a candle with Florida Water, what are you supposed to cleanse the bottle of Florida Water with -- Hoyt's Colhgne? And if you cleanse the Florida Water with Hoyt's Colgne, what do you cleanse the bottle of Hoyt's Cologne with, Chinese Wash? But then what do you cleanse the bottle of Chinese Wsh with -- a candle flame?"

I think she's right, this idea of cleansing candles is, as she put it, "magical overkill ... or magical OCD."
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Unread post by Priya1220 » Sat Apr 18, 2015 8:19 pm

i have not mixed hoodoo up with anything else. I understand cleansing a candle is overkill. In my situation it was necessary because it needed to be cleansed to get rid of the oil i originally had on it that i decided i didnt want to use on it anymore or else i would have had to throw away the candle, and i didnt want it to go to waste.

Sorry, wasnt trying to be a pain.
I thought throwing it away in the trash would still work as i thought it would still cancel out the negativity. I have gone through this whole thread, however that was over a month ago and i didnt have the energy when i wrote my question to go through the whole thread again in regards about throwing negative work in the trash.

I will go to a crossroads and dispose of it there to cancel out any negativity I may have caused.

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Unread post by misskitty49 » Wed Apr 22, 2015 2:59 pm

I live on the second floor of an apartment and finding a place to dispose of remains isn't very convenient, so lately I have been keeping the remains in a paper bag until I have time to sort everything out.

Is this ok to do? I have remains, mostly paper, wax, novenas, and foil with wax stuck to it in a bag, some from different spells. Am I mixing energies? Mind you, all of the spells are ongoing, and none of the remains are the type you bury as part of the completion of a spell (they're more like scraps or pieces of wax that were making it hard to place other candles on top of my spell jars).

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Apr 22, 2015 8:22 pm

Hello, misskitty49,

I would certainly not mix them up.

And remember that disposal is deployment. There's not a problem in deploying the remnants of a spell and continuing a new spell of the same nature.

Please separate them and dispose/deploy a soon as possible.

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Unread post by Priya1220 » Thu Apr 23, 2015 2:53 am

I disposed of remains in a crossroads, threw it over my left shoulder to the west. The remains were of two candles to get rid of negativity in my life and the petitions used for them, which i ripped up and then threw with the wax. Was this correct for me to do?

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Unread post by karma_13 » Thu Apr 23, 2015 9:03 am

I have three disposal questions...

1.) I just deployed a break up jar in the middle of the crossroads and realized looking at my car compass while driving by that I threw it over my shoulder to the EAST, not the West. I think I've made that mistake a few times now. How bad is that? Did I just cross my work? Clearly I was NOT a girl scout and don't know my directions! Moving forward I now know...but how much damage or tripping up did I just do with what I deployed?

2.) I have small kids so disposing late night or before dawn at a crossroads or in cemeteries away from my house is tough to do unless I hold off until the weekends because I work late on Fridays and Saturday...if I find a quiet cemetery, tree, river or a crossroads where I won't look like a crazy person standing in the middle of it, can I deploy my spells and remains earlier in the day? Or is it okay to hold onto them until the weekend...but then technically I'm delaying the spell aren't I?

3.) I read that you should wrap up your wax/candle remains in aluminum foil to keep the spell going, and then wrap it up again in either black cloth tied with black thread for "dark work" and white cloth tied with red thread for "love work"...how will the "dark remains" (cause the love remains are being buried in my front yard to bring that love to me) disperse in the crossroads if they are wrapped up in a nicely tied packet? Someone could pick up or it might just lay there like a lump in the middle of the road.

Thanks in advance for your replies!

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Unread post by natstein » Fri Apr 24, 2015 2:51 pm

Hello karma_13,

Question 1, It is hard to tell how much this will tangle up or not tangle up your work. TO know for certain I would suggest getting a reading. Otherwise jsut wait and see how effective the work is. If you get results that you want you are good to go, if not redo the work.

Question 2, This is kind of up to you. Try waiting till the weekend and see if that works well for you. Depending on your natural talent and developed skill it may not effect your work all that much or it could through it out of whack. I imagine it will fall somewhere in-between those extremes.

Question 3, you can bury the remains at a crossroads and then know one will see it to pick it up.

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Unread post by Miss S » Fri Apr 24, 2015 7:16 pm

Hi,

So I was doing a break up spell with three vigil candles since I wasn't able to get the figural ones on time. Mine and his burned. I put our photos underneath them. His candle burnt pretty quick and it managed to burn my candle quicker along with my photo and a bit of his. There's no wax remaining and I used a baking sheet so that it wouldn't ruin my alter. I have all this soot now, should I bury it near my house ? Or should I do that and restart the spell again ?? Or get a reading ?? Oh my! Not sure what to do!

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Fri Apr 24, 2015 8:57 pm

Hello, Miss S ,

Yes, you deploy it properly and according to Hoodoo deployment.

You can also start another one.

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sun Apr 26, 2015 7:10 am

Hello, Priya,

Just out of curiosity, where does it say to rip up the petitions?

I've read this twice this week on the forum from other people. Wondering if I have missed something and where they saw this???

Sorry we missed your post and thank you for sending me a PM and bringing it to my attention

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Unread post by Priya1220 » Sun Apr 26, 2015 7:46 am

Sorry, it doesn't say it anywhere. :(
The only reason i did that was because i was worried someone would come across it and read my petition. So if i were to rip it up then that wouldn't happen.
Sorry, i guess i thought that would be okay to do.

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Unread post by Priya1220 » Mon May 11, 2015 10:38 pm

1) is it okay to dispose at a crossroads that is right outside my apartment complex? I disposed of wax and petition papers this morning out there. I looked out of the corner of my eye when i was walking away but only at the road and not at the items. And then later i took the bus to the store and the bus drops me off near my place right before the crossroads where i disposed of my stuff... i automatically looked to see if i could see the stuff i disposed of and it was gone. Was this wrong of me to look? :( sigh... sorry i was being dumb. I shouldnt huge looked.... but it was hard not to as i had to walk through this crossroads to get to my place. I am assuming because of this, i
should dispose my things at a different crossroads from now on so this doesn't happen again, right?

2) is it always mandatory to dispose of cleansing bath water at a crossroads? And what direction do you throw it in?
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The problem is is that i dont have a bath.... just a shower... so how am i suppose to save water from cleansing then? I bought a cleansing soap to use... and i was just going to use it as if i were taking a regular shower and just wash myself with the soap rubbing down while reciting psalm 51, which i assume is the best psalm to recite for a basic cleansing... unless there is a better psalm to recite for a 'basic' cleansing.

Anyway sorry. Just don't want to do this the wrong way.

The only way i can think of doing this is to fill up a bucket with water... get the water all soapy with the cleansing soap... wash myself with a cloth while standing in the shower (with the shower off of course), rub down for cleansing, recite my prayer, air dry, and then go to a crossroads and dispose of the water that's in the bucket. .... but in what direction do i throw it in and do i throw it over my right or left shoulder?
Does this sound like the way i need to perform this since i only have a shower?
Doing it this way sounds wrong to me because i feel like i should be standing in the bucket so it collects the dirty water because you are suppose to dispose of the "dirty water." .. but i don't have a bucket big enough to stand in.... what do i do? Hope someone can help me.

thank you in advance. :)

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed May 13, 2015 7:39 pm

Hello Priya1220,

I personally don't think it's good to o that at a crossroad where you'll be seeing it everyday. You're not supposed to look back. And you're not supposed to look. So, this was indeed wrong.

You take it to a crossroad that you don't do over .

So, you need to perform the spell again from the beginning.
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Please read the page and you will learn a lot

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Unread post by Nethaera » Sun May 24, 2015 12:09 pm

Apologies if this has been asked before, but regarding burying remains of a spell (figural candle) for love.....I know that you are supposed to bury these types of remains in your front yard or by the front door for "drawing" your lover to you, but what if the back door of your home is the door that everyone (including the target) enters and leaves from? Would it be acceptable to burying the remains near the back door in that situation? No one ever uses the front door of my home.

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sun May 24, 2015 9:34 pm

Hello, Nethaera,

No. You would still use the front as a gesture of "calling" that person to come to you from the street.

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Unread post by Nethaera » Sun May 24, 2015 10:11 pm

Thank you, Miss Aida! As always you are so helpful to me!

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Unread post by Naexis » Fri May 29, 2015 5:48 pm

I'm a bit concerned about the less than biodegradeable nature of wax remains, so I've been melting and re-using some of them. I'm not very good at making candles, though, and the majority of my work is for love; so I think it's probably best to get a dedicated plant pot to bury things in. What is a good plant for this? xD Something suited to helping love flourish, but not too delicate? The weather is quite harsh here. Opinions are appreciated.

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Unread post by Ms Melanie » Sat May 30, 2015 11:54 am

Hi Naexis,

Any house plant would be perfect.

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Unread post by flames_dancer » Mon Jun 01, 2015 2:03 am

Hi,I have read the posts about burying remains for love spells,but I am wondering what if you have taper candles you light on a regular basis for love work,must you bury them,I mean I have a lot from doing them every week I put them in a paper bag,what should be done with them does anyone know,just regular tapers that I put return oil on,thanks everyone.

Also on a separate note,I was reading the post on the previous page,I also thought you must cleanse candles before you start them,as I read that on the forum here before,to put whiskey or florida water on them,I was doing that not only on the taper and chime candles,but the LM vigils which I did question because lm bless them first and the post on previous page here says you don't need to cleanse them,I hope I didn't affect the blessing on them as I got no result on two of them,I was listening to the posters who said you must cleanse everything before you use them

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Jun 01, 2015 8:03 pm

Hello, flames_dancer,

Yes, they ought to be buried also. All remains.

Also, it is not necessary to clean your candles. Some rootworkers do it but it is not necessary at all.

So, either way, you're fine

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Unread post by flames_dancer » Tue Jun 02, 2015 1:54 am

Hi,thanks yes I figured that but since it's such a large amount would it be ok to wrap them in foil and maybe bury them in a forest near a tree,or should I consider old ones I have from last year null and void.?
Because there is only so many little potted plants one can have around the place ha,thanks for advise

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Unread post by natstein » Tue Jun 02, 2015 12:52 pm

Hello flames_dancer,

You can bury them near an old tree if you like. It is usually better to keep them close to your property if you can though. It would help your cause if you develop some kind of relationship with what ever old tree you decide to work with in this way.

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Unread post by Luckyjojo » Sun Jun 07, 2015 12:53 pm

My driveway is across my neighbor driveway. It makes a cross with our street running in between them. Can I consider my driveway a crossroad for an uncrossing spell?

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sun Jun 07, 2015 11:37 pm

Hello, Luckyjojo ,

We realize that you are new, but please do not start new topics every time you have a question.

On each forum page, go to the right upper hand corner. In the dark green area there is a white search box. Enter your key words there.

Unfortunately, this does not count as a crossroad.

Here are crossroads: http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/C ... Crossroads

I hope this helps
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Unread post by watatah » Sat Jun 13, 2015 3:07 pm

I bought the graveyard dirt of a few of my ancestors and ever since then there's been a heavy, anxious feeling in my house. I have the feeling I need to get rid of the dirt. Problem is, I have no idea how to do it other than returning it to where I got it which is extremely far, and sending it down moving water, but there aren't any accessible rivers or creeks that I know of nearby. What should I do?

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Unread post by miss_adri89 » Sat Jun 13, 2015 4:39 pm

What kind of prayer do you say while disposing the water? I have the cleansing herbs, today after I cleaned my house and bathed myself, I disposed the water reciting Psamls 37. I usually like psalms 23 but my rootworker said 37 is better.

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Unread post by Miss Athena » Sat Jun 13, 2015 8:35 pm

Hi miss_adri89,

I personally like Psalm 37 for cleansing.

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Jun 13, 2015 9:20 pm

Hello, watatah ,

Personally, I would take it back.

Otherwise, if you absolutely can't, here's a link on disposal of things like this: www.luckymojo.com/layingtricks.html

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Unread post by miss_adri89 » Sun Jun 14, 2015 8:35 am

Thank you!
Also is it okay to go to the same crossroads to dispose the water everyday? I know you're not suppose to look back but it's the only crossroads close to me.

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Unread post by Ms Melanie » Sun Jun 14, 2015 12:35 pm

Hi miss_adri89,

You can do that everyday.

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Unread post by watatah » Sun Jun 14, 2015 1:39 pm

Unfortunately that's not possible. Looks like running water or a crossroad would be my next best option

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Unread post by Dhanu » Mon Jun 15, 2015 12:42 am

Hi ,

I recently had a picture of three friends on a sugar jar with powders - since I created the jar it seemed like it had the reverse effect of distance between my friends and I in varying degrees - instead of sweetening them and drawing them closer. I got flustered today after not getting any response from one of them after contacting them through every means and disposed of it just down the sink and tore up the name papers and chucked it in the bin. Obviously that's not what I should have done - how can I rectify this. Can I create another honey jar or sugar jar?

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Jun 15, 2015 9:53 pm

Hello, Dhanu,

By disposing them as you did, you symbolically stated that the work is garbage.

yes, start all over again.

And here's a webpage that Miss cat wrote about disposing of ritual items.

www.luckymojo.com/layingtricks.html

Just remember that sometimes, it takes awhile for spells to work.

Patience (I know, I am the QUEEN of impatience BUT we must try to control ourselves! LOL)

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Unread post by Dhanu » Wed Jun 17, 2015 6:08 pm

Thank you for your wonderful response Ms Aida! One of my friends did contact me soon after I disposed of the sugar jar - so there may have been something to it.

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Unread post by thegoodwitch » Thu Jun 18, 2015 6:29 pm

Hi all,
I have a question about disposal. What exactly qualifies as a crossroads? I want to dispose the remains of a certain spell at the entrance to my neighborhood, but the roads form a "T" not an "X "....


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Unread post by natstein » Fri Jun 19, 2015 6:31 am

Hello thegoodwitch,

This has been the question of much debate. For some folks I think I have heard them us "T" in the road but I personally have never felt like that is a crossroads. I like the "X" shape. I have also heard of crossroads being where a railroad track crosses a road and where a bridge crosses over a river.

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Unread post by thegoodwitch » Fri Jun 19, 2015 11:04 am

Thanks Nathan! This particular intersection fits my spell well ( I plan on doing black skull candle work to release someone's influence on me who used to frequent my house) but I'll think on this a bit and see if there is a more proper crossroads.

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Unread post by Priya1220 » Mon Jun 22, 2015 11:03 am

If you offer cigarettes to your spirit, then how long should you wait to properly dispose of them? And where do you dispose of them?

I want to bury them so animals cannot get them and eat them as it will harm and kill them.


There is only one place I can think of to bury these where I know I won't be watched. Other than that at night it is not safe for me to go out... So I do not know what to do. This was an offering to santa muerte. I am scared to go to a graveyard too and have no one I can go with. Plus I don't know how would bury these at a graveyard... So I was wanting bury it somewhere else where I know I won't be seen and I will be safe during it.

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Unread post by bluesky » Thu Jul 02, 2015 5:20 am

Hello again I am confused. I finished my 13 day herbal bath few weeks ago. I was told to dispose the water over my left shoulder towards east and walk away without looking. Is that correct? Thanks.

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Thu Jul 02, 2015 10:08 pm

Hello, bluesky

Here's the webpage that Miss cat wrote about baths:

www.luckymojo.com/baths.html

I hope this helps

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Unread post by vipera » Sun Jul 19, 2015 1:30 pm

hello, i've read through everything related to this topic trying to find an answer and i can't find a clear one

i'll be moving to an dorm building in the city thats all concrete meaning theres no front yard, no back yard, no communal greenery, i would be living on the 4th floor and the nearest crossroad to me is 25 minutes by car and i don't have a car and won't be getting on for a year or so.. so i'll have no choice but to walk it.

i know it sounds mental but i straight up google satellite imaged the whole area and everything trying to find another crossroad nearer.

i'm wondering if theres any alternative? i really don't want to be giving this all up because i can't properly dispose the ritual left over :cry: :cry: :cry:

especially cause i've come up with ways to handle everything else regarding secrecy and candles and all of that. i've gone as far to work longer hours so i have the money so i can afford to get the studio so ill have even more privacy and won't have to deal with roommates that'll interfere or ask questions

any help will be greatly appreciated! thank you!

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Jul 20, 2015 7:30 pm

Hello, vipera ,

Here are other ways to deploy: www.luckymojo.com/layingtricks.html

I hope this helps

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Unread post by Lovingprincess » Thu Jul 23, 2015 9:36 pm

Hello, I have ordered the 13 herb bath but I'm a bit confused with the disposal method. I was reading in the forum that you have to take a bath at dawn around 5 am then dispose right after. Is it possible to take the bath later that morning around 11 am then dispose it at the crossroads? Also, can I go to the same crossroad everyday for 13 days to dispose the bath water...? There isn't too many crossroads where I live. Please help, thanks

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Unread post by Ms Melanie » Fri Jul 24, 2015 5:18 am

Hi Lovingprinces,

Well 11:00 am wouldn't be a good time because the sun is rising bringing in things you want. I suggest the evening to bathe and then save a bit of the bath water from each night and then dispose at the crossroads after the 13 days.

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Unread post by Lovingprincess » Fri Jul 24, 2015 8:29 am

Thank you Ms Melanie! This was very helpful

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Unread post by vipera » Mon Jul 27, 2015 8:43 am

okay so something amazing/mental happened

i was just thinking 2 nights ago if i'm trying to force something in my life that i'm not suppose to be doing at all or yet.

so i wasn't praying or anything i was just making a cup of tea and i just said in my head while i was looking out my window: 'God, if i'm not suppose to be doing hoodoo or conjure or just any type of magic then give me a sign, i can take it, but if i can and you don't have a problem with it then please give me a sign too cause i feel like i'm trying to punch through a brick wall with my fists'

next morning (yesterday morning):

i got a call from the offices of the halls i'm staying in; they have a studio that opened up in the dorms closer to my university. so i took it without thinking too much cause it's a closer walk and just about an hour ago i decided to have a look on google maps to see if there are any crossroads or railroads or rivers... I'M SURROUNDED!! I GOT A SIGN!


i'm just wondering if i can get some confirmation that all i found are acceptable

the one with the question mark - if that counts as a cross road because theres an end to the northern bit?

also the yellow crossroads - are they okay cause they're residential. there's apartment buildings all around. i don't htink there'll be any issues going to throw out bath water and cleaning water - i plan to take a water bottle full to dispose at the crossroads while dumping the rest away down the drain. but what about solid leftovers? like the candle wax, curios etc. id be wrapping them up in a cloth or paper bag but do i just leave it there right in the middle where the cars would be driving down or would i set it on the side? if theres a garbage bin cause i put it near or would that be the equivalent of tossing it in to the garbage?

it's a street that ends but over it is the railway

would that be acceptable? i really really like that one. from natstein's comment above that counts? also the bridge over the river, could that count as the cross roads?

and then to double check some info - crossroads is neutral therefore i can dispose of any work there except for evil/spirit works where id use a grave yard?

also where i'm staying it's right between the red crossroads in the picture... can i use the small park that'd be behind my building as my 'backyard' to dispose of things in and bury my stuff in the ground and use the park next to the 'yogasarvayasa studio' as my 'front yard' to bury and dispose of things as it'll be in front of me?

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Re: Disposal of Ritual Remains Questions and Answers

Unread post by vipera » Mon Jul 27, 2015 9:48 am

also.. with throwing the water over my left shoulder.. ill have the water probably in a water bottle.. what if i get some on me? it's gonna be pretty hard.. or do a throw and walk away at the same time?

or can i throw the water then turn away and never look back.. i'm just worried that ill get the water all over my back and the negative stuff i just got off of me is gonna follow me back home

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Mon Jul 27, 2015 9:34 pm

Hello, vipera,

I have edited out these maps and the street names you have mentioned. Not a good idea to post these on the forum.

But, I did take a look and everything is fine.

And for your second question, don't complicate it! LOL.

Just throw it in a way that you will not get wet. I's not good to get the water on you. that's the point. So, do whatever you have to do to avoid getting it on you. Everybody has their own way of doing that.

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Unread post by misskitty49 » Sun Aug 02, 2015 10:12 am

I was reading the page on deploying and I'm a little confused. It says to throw West to weaken the influences, and throw East to strengthen them. If I was deploying a vinegar jar and I wanted it to keep working, would I throw it East to strengthen the jar, or West to weaken the target?

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sun Aug 02, 2015 11:57 am

Hello, misskitty49,

East

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Unread post by misskitty49 » Sun Aug 02, 2015 10:59 pm

Thanks Miss Aida!

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Unread post by smokahontas » Wed Aug 05, 2015 9:44 am

I did a honey jar spell but I think I want to end it and hopefully get rid of anything to do with it. like in a way reverse everything. is that possible?

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Thu Aug 06, 2015 9:29 pm

Hello, smokahontas ,

Welcome to the forum.

We realize that you are new, so we ask that you please post in the appropriate subforum and not just anywhere.

Please read through the pages here.

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