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Re: News From the Lucky Mojo Curio Co. Shop

Unread post by Rev Ernest » Fri Sep 06, 2013 9:01 am

Hey there fellow conjurers,
It's been another busy week here in the digital trenches at Lucky Mojo. New items are coming in all the time, and it's a full time job posting them to the site and making them available to our wonderful customers.

This week's additions include a book on Dowsing, "The Divining Hand," by Christopher Bird. This large volume is a study on this ancient art.

I first learned to use divining rods in 1972 at a school called The Institute for the Development of the Harmonious Human Being. My teacher was a Sufi master named Rashad Field, who was an initiate of the Mevlana Dervishes. I astonished myself by helping friends search for lost car keys in parking lots and for underground water line breaks. I found I had a great natural facility for this endeavor and it has remained a part of my spiritual arsenal ever since. I've since lost track of Mr. Field, and the Institute (which at the time was located in Crestline, California) is no more.

If you're curious about this venerable and ancient art, then you should check out this fine new volume!
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Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Sat Sep 07, 2013 4:14 pm

Thank you for the update, Ernie. It has been continually nice to see your presence on the boards. Keep the updates coming!
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Unread post by Miss Phoenix » Sun Sep 08, 2013 8:33 am

Sweet! When I was visiting the sacred sites in the UK a few years ago our tour guide took out divining rods in order to help us find the ley lines (or energy lines) in the earth around these sacred sites. It was really fun to experiment with and see how the energy lines seems to flow with the stones as if they had been placed on these energy centers intentionally. When we got home from the trip we made our own set and started to test out the area around our home. It is really fun and interesting.
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sun Sep 08, 2013 12:12 pm

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Unread post by Rev Ernest » Fri Sep 13, 2013 2:04 pm

It's Friday the 13th and we're just waiting for Jason to get here! He promised he'd show and he said he'd bring Freddie with him this time.

Seriously, I just added some new products to our amulet line (while re-labeling some existing ones). These items are all part of our Turkish anti-evil eye amulet line. These lovely, colorful items are a wonderful addition to any altar and are excellent pocket charms. After all, we could all use a little more protection. Just go to our Amulet and Talisman section in our online catalogue, then click on the link to "Turkey" and you'll find them. We hope to add pictures of these items in the near future, but the product descriptions describe what they are like quite well.

Casting and warding off the "evil eye" are an intimate part of my upbringing. I'm of half Italian descent (on my mom's side... more on her later!) and the evil eye is an important part of Italian cultural heritage. My maternal grandmother used to say things like, "Life is a wheel, it all goes round and round." Despite being a devout catholic, she believed in reincarnation and followed many old traditions that are part of Italian Stregheria (witchcraft). My mom was also a very powerful practitioner who continually astounded me with demonstrations of her gift. I promise to tell some stories in a later post. Meanwhile, love to all of our friends in cyberspace!
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Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Fri Sep 13, 2013 2:05 pm

Learning these awesome tidbits about you has been a pretty fun add-on to my Fridays! Thanks Ernie and keep 'em coming!
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Unread post by Rev Ernest » Fri Oct 04, 2013 11:21 am

A big shout out to all our friends in hoodoo land! I've been consumed by my work on the website this week. Our Lucky Mojo web pages have a great new look thanks to some awesome work done by Lara Rivera. The Catholic and Hindu sections of our mainline products (oils, bath crystals, sachet powders and incense powders) have been seriously tuned up with new links and some new images making these sections far more informative and fun to browse. Our website is a fantastic constant "work in progress." Each week we strive to provide our customers with a more informative and user friendly website. :D
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Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Sun Oct 06, 2013 7:33 am

It is always nice to see the many additions added monthly. It keeps me looking through the catalog and references pages often. I'm sure I can't be the only one who feels this way. Glad to see that the Catholic and Hindu sections are getting a spruce-up. Bravo!
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Unread post by Rev Ernest » Fri Oct 25, 2013 8:44 am

Lucky Mojo Internet Technology Departmental News Updates a.k.a. Ernie's Friday Roundup!
Hey mojo-ers' Been hard at work adding new products and updating pictures and prices for our existing line. I wanted to take a moment to reply to thedabara and some other folks who've asked about more images for our products. Thedabara had expressed an interest in particular for more images of our catholic holy pendants. She bought one sight unseen and LOVED IT! Her feeling was that pictures on the website would prompt more folks to order these lovely items. I COULDN'T AGREE MORE! We are trying our best to get good images and more extensive product descriptions for all of our products. However, with over 6,000 products offered for sale here the task of obtaining and posting appropriate images is a daunting one. Rest assured, we are trying our best to get this task accomplished. Every day new products are being added and sometimes the packaging and appearance of existing products change. So be patient with us... we will try to provide you with the most convenient and best appearing website in our field! Love you all!
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Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Fri Oct 25, 2013 11:25 am

That you for your continued hard work and dedication. Best of luck to you and get those pictures up and keep them coming!
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Unread post by Susan Barnes » Fri Oct 25, 2013 11:41 am

I always look forward to your updates Ernie!
Your enthusiasm is way cool!

The site is the best I've ever seen.
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Unread post by Rev Ernest » Fri Nov 15, 2013 10:16 pm

Well, the Lucky Mojo website is a constant work in progress. this week I've been fixing up our "Saint Simon/San Simon Maximon" entries in our catalogue.

San Simon is a bit of an anomaly. The image, and indeed the persona, that graces our products has little to do with the historical Saint Simon of the Catholic Church, and much more to do with "Maximon." Maximon is actually a pre-Columbian Mayan god of the underworld! If you're unfamiliar with Maximon, you should immediately go to our http://www.luckymojo.com/maximon.html information page and read the fascinating history of his evolution to his modern day form. It's another instance of local, ancient deities being "sort of" co-opted by the Church to broaden i's appeal to native populations.

I think what I love the most about my work here is the fascinating occult/esoteric history that I learn on a daily basis just from my contacts with Cat Yronwode. Everyone should take the time to check out the remarkable storehouse of information available on our site gratis! Till we chat again...

yours truly, Ernie
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Fri Nov 15, 2013 10:22 pm

Thanks for the great work on Maximon, Ernie. It is much appreciated. Thanks to your updates, and using the database widget, i was able to add pictures of his candles to the forum thread about him, here:

maxim%C3%B3n-san-simon-spiritual-suppli ... t2714.html

See you next week, Ernie!
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Unread post by Rev Ernest » Sat Nov 30, 2013 3:14 pm

First off, please accept my apologies for missing a post last week! Needless to say, we've been quite busy. Plus, I'll be performing an entirely new set of tasks here at the shop. Seems I've been selected to deal with our extensive bookstore. That means I'll be doing the inventory-ing and organizing of our bookshelves here in our shop and making certain that all available titles are listed and easily order-able online. I'm a lover of books going back to my childhood and my infatuation with the children's room at the main branch of the Boston Public Library in Copley Square. Around the walls of the children's room were glass cases containing beautiful dioramas of scenes from Alice in Wonderland. The most wonderful and magical part of my time in that library actually took place NOT in the children's room, but in the audio-visual room in the basement. Besides showing films and slide shows, the room also served as a small lecture hall. In that hall, every Wednesday afternoon for a three month period, Mr and Mrs. Cronin told stories. The Cronins were the last of a long line of traditional Irish storytellers (pure oral tradition). I was one of a very few children allowed in these proceedings. Most of the attendees were graduate students from the local colleges and universities with their tape recorders and stenographic typewriters. I and the other kids who were allowed to attend were chosen because we were quiet and respectful as we listened with rapt attention to the remarkable tales of the old wise women and little people who populate the tales of Irish folk culture. This upbringing did a lot to prepare me for my work here at Lucky Mojo. The legends and lore of the "hidden" world have been part of my life from the very beginning... More later!
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Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Nov 30, 2013 3:26 pm

Thanks for the updates Ernie, its like we are there.
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Unread post by MissMichaele » Sun Dec 01, 2013 12:37 am

Nice to have a little slice of biography this week, Ernie :)

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Unread post by Rev Ernest » Fri Dec 06, 2013 12:03 pm

Hey fellow conjurers,
Hope everyone is doing well. Work continues apace on our continuing update of the Lucky Mojo website. I've spent some time updating our "Magical Scented Inks" pages. Bat's Blood, Dove's Blood and Dragon's Blood inks are nice additions to one's ceremonial practice. Check out the info pages for these inks to see if they're something that you think you could use in your practice.
I was first introduced to ceremonial magic in the early 1970's when I started reading the works of Aleister Crowley. I found a group of like minded souls and we began our adventures in Magick together. Needless to say, given the historical period, this was a somewhat self indulgent, carnal enterprise. Those familiar with Crowley's work will understand what I mean by that. He was a proponent of what he called "Sex Magick" and we were young and uninhibited, so you can well imagine what went on.
I hope that my recounting of my personal history in relation to magic and hoodoo is okay with all you forum go-ers. Let me know if you find this irrelevant or (perish the thought) offensive to you. I'd like my posts to be both helpful and entertaining.
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Unread post by Rev Ernest » Fri Dec 13, 2013 12:43 pm

Greetings fellow conjurers! It's been an exciting week here at Luck Mojo. The range of my responsibilities has greatly expanded... I mentioned in my last post about my new duties in the Lucky Mojo Occult Bookshop. Well, an entirely new task has been handed me. I'm now the moderator/administrator of our new FACEBOOK FRIDAYS GIVEAWAYS! Each Friday we will be offering prizes from our product line to our customers who are also our Facebook friends. Please take a look at this week's offering, a special Friday the 13th giveaway that we will be awarding to 13 lucky friends! Just go to our Lucky Mojo Facebook page and enter with a simple comment! We're always trying to make Lucky Mojo a more fun, interesting and informative place to visit, either online or in person.
On a side note, I'm working on my memoirs concerning the trajectory of my life as a hippie/mystic/conjurer. Stay tuned to my Friday update for more on that.
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Fri Dec 13, 2013 12:48 pm

Thanks, Ernie! Facebook Fridays! at Lucky Mojo is a brand-new program and we are very happy at the almost instant acceptance it has achieved -- 200 content entries in the first 3 hours!

To see the Lucky Mojo Facebook page and enter this week's drawing, go to

https://www.facebook.com/LuckyMojoCurio

You can either "like" us while you are there, so that future Facebook Fridays! announcements will appear in your newsfeed, or follow the announcements of Facebook Fridays! in this Forum, here:

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Unread post by Rev Ernest » Fri Dec 20, 2013 10:55 am

Hey fellow conjurers!
This week has been a busy one... I've been learning how to deal with Facebook (NOT familiar territory for me!), and have successfully posted the New Facebook Friday contest onto both the Lucky Mojo Facebook page and in our Forum (right here in another post). One of the reasons I love my job here is that this "old dog" is learning many new tricks. I'm grateful for the opportunity to expand my knowledge and skill set while having a great time with my friends here in the shop. There are many fascinating aspects to being here at Lucky Mojo, and conjure and magic are just a part (albeit a very important part) of my work.
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Unread post by Rev Ernest » Fri Dec 27, 2013 3:00 pm

Greetings fellow conjurers!
This Friday update concerns BOOKS! having been an avid reader my entire life. My mom read aloud to me from my earliest recollections, inspiring a lifetime of literary interest. It was only natural, then, that I should be put in charge of Lucky Mojo's Occult Bookshop. Right now, I'm focusing on organizing all the works that are published by Lucky Mojo and our affiliates like The Missionary Independent Spiritual Church. These include titles by Cat Yronwode, Nagasiva Yronwode, Deacon Millet and others. My work will gradually expand to include all of the fascinating titles available from Lucky Mojo.

In the meantime, i'm still deeply involved in Facebook Friday's, which, if you haven't already, you should immediately check out...

Facebook Fridays!: December 27, 2013

This weeks offerings focus on our Cut and Clear products... just in time to set the table for an exciting new year!

Till we chat again, I remain your humble servant
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Fri Dec 27, 2013 5:57 pm

Organizing the Book Department is HUGE.

We haven't had an actual Book Wrangler on board since Gwen left, and things were starting to get confusing.

Putting the storage areas into order is step number one -- and after that comes revising the inventory, followed by stocking the shelves, making muck-needed purchases, and updating the web site ... and by then it will be time to start the cycle all over again!

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Unread post by Rev Ernest » Fri Jan 03, 2014 10:23 am

Greetings Fellow Conjurers!
Time to update everyone on my week's activities. Two days ago, we began our spiritual cleansing of the shop. This involves a full-scale physical cleanup combined with a spiritual blessing/cleansing. We set the stage for a bright new year when we do this. I recommend this for everyone who maintains an altar/spiritual space in their work. Nothing like the fresh clean smell of Chinese Wash to brighten up a work space!
Friday's are also the day that I put "Facebook Fridays" up for another week's giveaways. This week we're featuring "Money Drawing" products. The first prize is a lovely Money Drawing Honey Jar Spell Kit, a really lovely item. And, the second prize is an equally wonderful Money Drawing Mojo Hand! We round out the giveaways with a fixed vigil candle and one each of our Money Drawing oil, Bath Crystals, Sachet Powders and Incense Powders. Get yourself on over to our Facebook Page and sign up!
Meanwhile, my work on the Lucky Mojo Occult Bookstore proceeds apace. I'm slowly getting it all organized. This weeks challenge includes our Catholic and Hindu Holy Cards, which I've discovered are part of the bookstore! :o These are very lovely items and I look forward to familiarizing myself with the entire line.
till we chat again... I remain your humble servant,
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Unread post by Rev Ernest » Fri Jan 17, 2014 11:40 am

A sad event occurred in our Lucky Mojo community this week. We saw the very untimely passing of Dr. E. We're all quite upset by this. Dr. E. was a young man (late thirties) yet succumbed to a heart attack. We ask that everyone in our community send their prayers and thoughts to his family and friends. There's also a memorial fund at this link. http://www.gofundme.com/69hym8. Any and all contributions gratefully accepted.
Meanwhile, my work reorganizing the Lucky Mojo bookstore is proceeding apace. Soon, all titles will be available for easy ordering!
Love to all... Bookshop Ernie!
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The Lucky Mojo Forum is the best place on the internet to get straight, honest answers about the theory ad practice of hoodoo, instructions in down-home rootwork for various conditions, and prompt replies from both the public and our trained moderators on how to use Lucky Mojo hand-made spiritual supplies. After five years and more than 133,000 posts, we have updated and upgraded the forum software.

The Forum doesn't look very different except that the background green is be a bit brighter. However, the functionality is greatly improved.

You can now jump directly to the most recent post in a thread.

You can now subscribe to threads.

The forum's search capacity (admittedly always pretty feeble) has been enhanced.

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Thanks to nagasiva yronwode and Nathan Lee Caldwell for all the hard work.
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Update on the update: We are having an issue with the "active Topics" display. We have sent a message to out new developer, Nathan Lee Caldwell, and he should have it fixed very soon.
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This (Active Topics issue) appears to be fixed. :)
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Thank you for our new playground!!
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I have to say that this update is fantastic. The forum is running faster and much more smooth than I have ever experienced. Easily the most user friendly in the last 5 years. Thank you for making the experience much more smooth on my end. Bravo! :)
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Logged in today to see that the forum has surpassed 140,000 posts! Here's to 140,000 more...

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Join Candelo Kimbisa tonight (in 20 minutes or so) as he welcomes special guests catherine yronwode and Professor Charles Porterfield for a night of free readings on Candelo's Corner. Tune in to hear Candelo, Miss cat, and Professor Porterfield give readings and dispense advice to callers.  For your free reading, call (646) 478-5072, then press '1' to let us know that you want to be on the show.
Readings on the Corner is a Pop-Up Candelo's Corner alternate show, adding accent and service to the Hoodoo, Conjure, African Traditional, and Diasporic Traditional Religious who call in for a reading. It features a variety of professional readers and religious sensitives convening on the Corner where everyone is welcome to respectfully partake by calling the show (646-478-5072) and 'raising your hand,' pressing the number 1 to indicate that you'd like to be selected for a free reading.


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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sun Feb 22, 2015 6:06 pm

We are rolling like a thunder storm here. The merge project has reached its first goal -- no more than 60 topics (one page) per condition forum. (The product forums have more than 60 per sub-forum because there are more than 60 products per category). And we are now reaching past 143,000 total posts --- amazing!
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sun Mar 01, 2015 12:33 pm

The update has proven to be very stable, and we are extremely happy with the upgrade. Thanks again to Nagasiva and Nathan Lee Caldwell.
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Wed Apr 22, 2015 6:29 pm

This is Forum post number 8008 for me.

I just figured that this was worth mentioning.

Thanks for reading. Carry on!
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Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Apr 22, 2015 7:08 pm

Congrats!
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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Jun 13, 2015 2:08 pm

Well, it looks like the Lucky Mojo forum has been manicured pretty well

Evidently, there were close to 10,000 topics and we are now down to around 3,900. It was a very TEDIUS and time consuming project.

Thank you to Joseph Magnuson for your tremendous amount of help with this project

And a special thank you to Miss cat (who did most of the work)

Rightfully so, Miss cat and I have earned the nickname: "The Merging Monsters".

And a very very BIG thank you to our forum family members who were considerate enough to avoid starting unnecessary new topics. This is really appreciated. And a BIG help to all of us.

Congratulations to the forum!
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sun Jun 14, 2015 11:36 pm

Biggest thanks to YOU, Miss Aida! You are the one with the stick-to-it-iveness to see this project through to it conclusion.

The Forum is now mentioned on the new

Lucky Mojo Help Page
http://luckymojo.com/help

Check it out!
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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Sep 26, 2015 9:14 am

Hello, Everybody!

Miss cat has posted a question on 9? 25/2015 that I would really appreciate all of you to answer.

Find it here: post176316.html#p176316

Would really appreciate your input.

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Unread post by nagasiva » Tue Mar 15, 2016 11:52 am

We are upgrading the Lucky Mojo Forum today to include new features and it may be down as long as 5 hours, between 12:30pm and 5:30pm Pacific Time, so if you notice that we're offline for that period of time you'll understand why! Thanks for your patience!

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Unread post by lasosnake » Mon May 02, 2016 7:11 pm

I just want to thank all of you at Lucky Mojo, and the wonderful Moderators and Administrators, for everything you do here.

You rock!

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Tue May 03, 2016 10:49 am

You are most welcome, lasosnake.
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Unread post by amber » Sun May 15, 2016 9:31 am

Hello Miss Cat .. "1863. I want to thank you so much, for this wonderful forum, it takes a lot of patience and understanding to run this.. I am very grateful for you Hoodoo course as well, which I just recently Gratuadted from in April.. I look forward to becoming more familiar with this forum and this system. Blessings to you and your family.. "1863
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Tue May 17, 2016 6:26 pm

Let us be sure to thank Miss Aida, our hard-working Administrator -- she is the one who keeps this show on the road!
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Unread post by amber » Wed May 18, 2016 7:56 am

Hello again , absolutely , thank you miss Aida for all your help. Amber
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Thanks for hosting this forum.

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Unread post by Aphrodite_Moon » Sun Jun 26, 2016 11:23 pm

I also wish to second that and give thanks too for this forum, historically it's very interesting and culturally informative.

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Unread post by joeiturbei » Thu Jun 30, 2016 6:37 am

About a year ago t started lurking at this forum to see if I could get help with a bad love situation. Reading other people's stories has almost been like group therapy for me. I decided not to cast any spells, and to walk away from the person who was cheating on me. I then used a very basic spell (personal stuff in a chocolate cupcake) to fascinate a new guy, and it worked "just like magic." He doesn't seem to need any further "work," but I got his hairs, in case. I decided to drop by and say "thanks" to everyone whose questions and answers helped me, even if I never spoke up and asked a question myself.

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Thu Sep 01, 2016 10:03 pm

Hello, Forum Family Members,

I am aware of the 120 posts that are spam.

Have tried to get rid of them but I am having resistance. And I believe Miss cat and nagasiva are sleeping.

So, we will work on this tomorrow

I am so sorry for the inconvenience

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Thu Sep 01, 2016 10:55 pm

We were not asleep! We have been deleting them like crazy. All gone!

Mercury retrograde!
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Unread post by nagasiva » Thu Sep 01, 2016 10:56 pm

We deleted the posts and i banned the IP. It should be fine now. I didn't detect any other IPs.
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Deleted all accounts established recently from .loy.kr (Korea).
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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Sep 03, 2016 5:39 pm

Oh My Goodness, Miss cat and Nagasiva,

You REALLY did "..delete like crazy". !!!

Thank you for all that the 2 of you do for us.

We love and appreciate the 2 of you so very much
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Unread post by amber » Mon Sep 19, 2016 9:52 am

I would like to say again, for this wonderful forum and the lucky mojo shop, for all their wonderful supplies and help, I just had a reading with miss cat, (Athena) and I wanted to say thank you for you great help and insight,. I appreciate all the instructors and teachers who help everyone everyday with their situations, Blessings
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Unread post by Rosewood » Wed Sep 21, 2016 5:43 am

I'll add my thanks as well. I don't always say thank you to replies to my posts simply because I don't want to create more work for the moderators by having to go to the only new post in a thread that has nothing more to say than 'thank you'. Everyone's input is greatly appreciated though and this forum is an wonderful rich source of information.

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Unread post by mysticguy » Fri Apr 07, 2017 8:50 pm

I agree THANK YOU FOR THIS FORUM!

But, I have a question. I know I used to post in 2010.. where you had so many moderators like Miss Tammie, Starsinthesky, Conjureman Ali, Miss Bri, Joseph Magnuson and Miss Cat that posted frequently through the day and recently I got back on the forum and noticed a lot of them aren't posting anymore. Where is everyone? I hope they are ok.

I nice to see Devi, and the new moderators Miss Aida and Sister Jean posting giving advice its much appreciated.

I recently came back to the forum and although i didnt get any spell kits this time.. I have ordered a few candles and curios, 5 incenses, 5 sachet powders, over 24 herbs and over 30 oils. I ordered some things that I need now and some other things that I might need to use in the future... cause you never know. On a good note, if there is something that I need in the future I will least have majority of the things and it saves the time of ordering and waiting for it to arrive. I'm putting out there that I will have great results and success when I get a hold of using my Lucky Mojo products, so I can post a success story too of my own.

Besides... reading the success of testimonials of the products.. I'm sure Lucky Mojo might be selling that stuff so fast... Miss Cat might be at that shop door shouting out Last Call...LOL

Thank you... Lucky Mojo, thank you moderators for your taking time out your day to give us advice and suggestions to help us manifest our desires and thank you Miss Cat for creating this forum, assisting us and reviving hoodoo to us which most of us probably never knew existed.

I hope as you all are reading this.. that you have great love, prosperity and success in your life.

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Fri Apr 07, 2017 8:58 pm

Welcome back, mysticguy !

After 14,360 posts, I was surprised to be called the "new guy" on the block! LOL

So happy that you love the products. And we always appreciate positive feedback

Nice to meet you!
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Unread post by Miss Aida » Tue May 09, 2017 3:19 pm

Hello, Forum Family Members,

I will be at the 2017 Hoodoo Heritage Festival in California (as most of you know, I live in Michigan)

While I am gone, our own NATSTEIN will be in charge of all forum matters.

If you have any problems, contact him through Private Message. BUT do NOT contact him for free magical coaching via Private messaging. That is what the forum is for.

I pray that health, wealth and happiness is bestowed to all of you

See you again next week

All My Love,
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Unread post by amithyzt » Mon Jul 31, 2017 6:23 am

I have to echo this sentiment... What a wonderful place! Thank you for this forum, it's a wonderland of wonderful! My only disappointment is not finding this community sooner!
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