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Deal with Stealing Theft by Co-Workers Customers Boss Family

Unread post by mimiso » Sun Jul 03, 2011 1:07 pm

Hi Everyone! Happy independence day in advance!

How would I be able to keep the manager I hired honest and prevent theft? and be concious to not waste food?

I already put everyone in a honey jar and wrote honesty over their names and love peace happiness, this jar was geared to sweeten our restaurant staff to each other, be honest and attract money...

Are there any particular herbs i can order from lm to do so? I'd much appreciate it

Thank you!!

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Unread post by mw73 » Sun Jul 03, 2011 9:55 pm

I have a bit of a problem and would like some input on what I can do to make things better. I'm a dog groomer and legally I'm an independent contractor but I work in a shop that is owned by someone else. This person is... to be blunt. A greedy bitch. She steals my tips, takes credit for dogs that I groom, lies like a damn rug. Like I said, she's a bitch. I don't care about the other stuff but stealing my money is a big problem. I have not confronted her. I have no physical proof. If she's not there I make good tips. If she is I make no tips. Coincidence? I think not. I could find another job but I make killer money, the hours are great, it's a 10 min. drive. I pay no mind to her for the most part.

My question is. Is there a spell or something I can do to stop this? I'm not even sure if casting a spell on her would work. She has no conscious but I'm willing to give it a try.

A little background... I am very new to this but have always had an interest in the occult. I have always been intuitive about some things and many times throughout my life I have manifested things just by thought. More so when I was a kid.

What brought me to Hoodoo was a few months ago I was looking for someone online to cast a spell for me. I came across a Hoodoo blog and read pretty much everything that had been posted. I thought, I think I can do this myself. I used one of the spells she had posted and ordered my supplies for LM. I cast the spell and then felt like I wasn't totally into it so a week later I cast it again. This was a controlling spell for an ex who didn't live near you to come back to you. My ex lived 3 hrs away and I had, had little contact with him for a bout a year. The occasional text msg. Within 2 weeks of the second casting he sent me a msg saying he was in town looking for an apt and wanted to meet up with me. I had forgotten about the spell and then it dawned on me. HOLY CRAP!!! It worked! I was very excited. Then I screwed it up because I can't let some things go and run my mouth but that's another story.

I'm pretty confident in casting a spell so any suggestions for what I can do about the above situation would be greatly appreciated.

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Unread post by jwmcclin » Mon Jul 04, 2011 4:53 am

Welcome to the Lucky Mojo forum mw73! I am thinking Boss Fix/Pay Me conjure to bring her around to favor you and give you what you are owed. You can purchase the sachets and sprinkle around her area while burning a candle on her name, if you have a business card or some personal concern, even better.

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Re: Deal with Stealing Theft by Co-Workers Customers Boss Family

Unread post by mw73 » Mon Jul 04, 2011 8:42 am

Thanks. I will definitely try that.

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Aug 08, 2011 1:21 am

I would use Peace Water as a base and add to it a few drops of the following:

Clarity Oil
King Solomon Wisdom Oil
Tranquility Oil
Steady Work Oil
Do as I Say Oil

Shake it up each time before use and pray over it, then spray it in the employee bathroom daily, just a few spritzes.

It will separate between uses and must be prayed over and shaken up each time.

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Unread post by kellymac4634 » Wed Aug 31, 2011 1:23 am

Hi everyone.

My Manager at work, since Feb., has been sexually and verbally harassing me. I"ve done everything in my power to avoid and stay away from him but he makes a huge effort to make it impossible. No matter what I do he continues his advances, comments and his threats.

The MGR is erasing the video tapes and telling lies right and left to cover his tracks. He is also stealing from the owners.

I kept thinking it would all come back around on him but it hasnt yet and the situation is getting worse.

I have been at this family owned business for ten years and I consider the owners friends. Normally I would just go by their house and speak with them but he has them so "snowed" I am reluctant to, especially with the videos erased and I have no visable proof.

The MGR told everyone that if we called the owners for anything that he would fire us on the spot. We have over 25 employees and we all feel the same way, and some have called only to be brushed off by the owners, some were even fired that he found out about.

I need my job and really don't wish harm on him.... but I have had enough!

I would love any suggestions you might have to help. Thank you so much in advance.

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Unread post by Miss Ida Lundin » Thu Sep 01, 2011 7:08 am

I suggest you do a hard reversal on this man and put him in a mirror-box. This trick is described on this page:
http://www.luckymojo.com/reversing.html

You probably should consider using Hot-foot Powders http://www.luckymojo.com/powder-hot-foot.html in the office space where he will walk, to move him out of the company for good. Put yourself and the owners in a honeyjar, the Boss-Fix mini honey jar kit is what you want.
http://www.luckymojo.com/mojocatspells.html

To protect yourself from this evil man until he has moved away use Fiery Wall of Protection products.
http://www.luckymojo.com/products-fiery ... ction.html
You can anoint yourself on a daily basis before going to work while you pray for protection.

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Unread post by mimiso » Sun Sep 04, 2011 6:08 am

hi Cat,

Thank you, I will definitely try this.

I appreciate it.

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Unread post by kellymac4634 » Wed Sep 07, 2011 4:53 am

Thank you so very much for your reply! I will be forever grateful!!

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Unread post by MissMichaele » Wed Sep 07, 2011 11:35 am

Great ideas, Miss Ida!

Once you've done that, misskellymac, you might want to do some general prosperity and money drawing work for yourself, so you are less dependent on a job where you are being exploited.
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Unread post by Dr Johannes » Wed Sep 07, 2011 2:43 pm

Since you do not mention the nature of the sexual harassment we assume it is a male trying to play out masculine games on what he considers to be a willing female victim.

If someone wishes to take a slightly harsher way to deal with a situation above, this is another option:

Sexual harrassment can ocasionally be cured by fixing one of these: http://www.luckymojo.com/peniscandle.html with some appropriate oil such as Black Arts oil - http://www.luckymojo.com/oil-black-arts.html or alike. Pray that his penis (and his thoughts and words on the topic of sex near you) will be so and so (not to his advantage) from now on until he stops harassing you completely.
It can also be baptized in his name, fixed with oil, prayed over and put in the freezer.
It will not harm him as much as it will harm his beliefs about himself and his talk about sex around you.
Stop Gossip combined with a penis candle in his name would make an interesting combo, but since I never tried that it is not a recommendation.

Road Opening, mentioned by Miss Michaele above, can also be used to open the road to exposure. Something the soul of a thief could benefit from.

A Red Devil candle - http://www.luckymojo.com/devil.html is most commonly used for love and sexual attraction, but it can serve this issue as well. Anoint a picture of the manager with Inflamatory Confusion and place a Red devil candle on top of it. Have the candle dressed with Black arts Oil and sprinkled with a lot of hot chilli and pray that the Devil will help confuse and heat up this man so much that he will expose himself in a way that puts him out of the company forever. Let it burn for 3 hours and then remove the picture, burn it using the Red Devil candle and save the ashes. Let the candle burn out and sprinkle the ashes in the managers food and put the candle remains where he will step over it. Traditionally, the Devil rules over all thieves so you might want to pray to the Devil in the name of Jesus (or alike) to motivate him to do this.
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Re: Deal with Stealing Theft by Co-Workers Customers Boss Family

Unread post by thimmyN » Wed Oct 05, 2011 1:00 am

In your case if you're going to proceed this in court, I think your going to lose the lawsuit against the suspect. Because of your lack of evidence. Same with what happened to Jamie Leigh Jones, former worker of military company KBR, who recently lost a protracted legal struggle against the company. While employed in Iraq for KBR, Jones was supposedly gang raped by her coworkers, which she sued over. However, her suit was not effective. She has been directed to pay KBR $145,000 in the courtroom expenses. :(

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Unread post by imjewell » Wed Oct 05, 2011 9:55 am

A reading with an AIRR member could give a better sense of the direction to be taken in this case rather than speculating on its success in relation to another legal suit.

I know from personal experience that such a case can be won, such a case can be settled out of court with a portion of the settlement money going to pay the lawyer, with no fee having been charged if there were no settlement. (Please note: I said "can" not "will.") A detailed journal of your interactions at work, noting dates and times, bears heavy weight in court.

Along with all the good advice mentioned by forum members above, you might consider a vingegar jar to make him fight with the family/owners and a honey jar to make them think even more kindly of you. The first thing I would do is pee on him and put him in the freezer to slow him down. Catherine Yronwode gave me a great trick: Dissolve alum in water and dip the target's photo in it to cover the mouth--let it dry--continue to dip and dry until it is caked with alum to shut him up. LM sells alum.

Since you say you have done everything in your power to avoid him, and your defensive tactics are not working, perhaps you need to bolster your courage and personal power with LM products such as Commanding, Crucible of Courage and Master Oil so that you can wage an offensive campaign (the reversal, hot foot, etc. techniques) more effectively. Good Luck.

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Unread post by Mama Micki » Wed Oct 05, 2011 10:34 am

thimmyN, it is not constructive to compare this to a high-profile case concerning a company with a lot of political pull. We are not here to give legal advice, but to recommend Lucky Mojo products that will assist people and give them an edge in various situations. To flat out tell Kelly that she should just put up with this is wrong, although I agree with Miss Michaele that money drawing work to avoid dependence on this job would be a good idea.

Frankly, I would have no hesitation about doing whatever it takes to stop this man. Run Devil Run is a possibility, since he seems very devilish.
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Unread post by MissMichaele » Wed Oct 05, 2011 12:30 pm

thimmyN, this is why Court Case work is traditionally done: to shorten the odds when they are too long. In a case like this where evidence is being destroyed, Court Case work can focus on making the opponent incompetent while sweetening the judge.

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Fri Oct 21, 2011 12:42 am

In my opinion, living your own honest life is the best thing you can do, and if you want long employment anywhere, get some evidence on wrong doers and arrangea private meeting with management or the boss and offer to help by sharing what you have found out. If the highest-level boss is a con artist, get a new job.
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Unread post by coastwitch » Fri Oct 21, 2011 12:47 am

Protect yourself. Use Protection, Fiery Wall of Protection, or Guardian Angel oils or powders to keep yourself untouchable if problems are revealed and the drama gets intense on the job.
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Unread post by HoneyRose » Sat Jun 29, 2013 9:37 am

I just got hired at a retail store about a month ago. I was called to the office the other day & the supervisor told me that the register that myself and other cashiers had worked on, came up short of $100 two weeks ago.

I did not steal that money or did anything to make it come up $100 short. The supervisor said that if it happens again then they will start to investigate.

At this retail store the cashiers share a cash register, when I leave for a break or my lunch I cannot see what others are doing.

How do I protect myself from being accused of money missing from the register or prevent myself from being in that kind of drama, cashiers & mess at work?

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Unread post by JayDee » Sat Jun 29, 2013 1:27 pm

Use stop gossip and slippery elm to protect you from it.. Fiery wall of protection spell kit.
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Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Sat Jun 29, 2013 7:33 pm

Great advice as always J82!

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Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Jun 29, 2013 8:40 pm

I agree with both posters. First keep protection going as recommended by j82.
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Unread post by HoneyRose » Mon Jul 01, 2013 1:43 am

Thank You, so much everyone!

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Unread post by princess_toya2003 » Sat Oct 15, 2016 2:58 pm

I was hired at a store about 4 weeks ago. Not even a week after I was hired the assistant manager took a job at another store. So now I have to close cause I'm a lead person.

Well my manager expects for me to cashier, stock shelves, make sure the night paperwork and money is right and also to clean too. Well its two of us working at a time, but I have noticed that when I get to work she leaves and I will be at work for 2-4 hours by myself.

Also noticed that the money hasn't been right since the assistant manager left and there is a cashier that I work with and seems my boss always has a problem when we work together.

I know my boss steals but what can I do? She manipulates and blames workers for things. Some have even been fired cause of her.

Tired of this and I want revenge already.

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Sat Oct 15, 2016 8:21 pm

Hello, princess_toya2003 ,

You really need to keep a notebook and document days, times, and her actions. Trust me, you most likely will need this if she tries to set you up.

Here are revenge spells: www.luckymojo.com/spells/black/revengespells.html

BUT also, you need protection spells:

www.luckymojo.com/protectionspells.html

PLEASE take care of yourself and be careful with her

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Unread post by princess_toya2003 » Sun Oct 16, 2016 8:29 am

The thing is she opens the store and I close. As soon as I arrive she leaves. She takes store goods and sales items when on sale or not, take it out as trash in bags and give to her mother.

I just started working there. There are cameras, but not outside. & she drops the deposits off.

I have some Domination candles, a DUME candle, and a Steady Work candle. I do burn candles and it would be easier.

What candles do you think I should burn on her?

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sun Oct 16, 2016 7:19 pm

Hello, princess_toya2003 ,

The DUME Candle would be good for her, as would a Hot Foot Candle or a Run Devil Run Candle, to get her out of the work place. At the same time, a Steady Work candle would be good for your own protection, as would a Fiery Wall of Protection candle, burned with it. If you are afraid of her, try a Crucible of Courage Candle on yoursef, to build up your strength.

If you can collect visual evidence (for instance with a cell phone video) and show it the boss, the thief will be fired and you will be valued. You may be promoted.
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Unread post by MartinusAntonio » Wed Mar 15, 2017 2:38 pm

Hi there,

I need some wisdom and help! :)

A rich and dangerously ill person will not return property to me, and I am scared to ask for it because he is abusive and sexually abusive (to minors as well - I know this because sadly it happened to me). I'm scared of him and can't take him to court, he has way more money and a team of lawyers.

Is pay me oil something I should work with here or is there something better?

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Unread post by Miss Aida » Wed Mar 15, 2017 7:47 pm

Hello, MartinusAntonio ,

You are correct!

You may want to try the spells on this page:

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Wishing you the very best

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Unread post by MartinusAntonio » Thu Mar 16, 2017 12:48 pm

Thank you so much for taking the time to explain this Miss Aida.

Gosh I wonder is there a saint that would be good for this as well: recouping property, I feel really good about saints.

Also someone had suggested using a "red pepper packet" too... Which sounds heated to me and I'm not sure yet how far I am okay with that. Also I am concerned it could enflame someone's mental state who already is mentally ill. I don't know what you think about this?

I have the same question about "pay me" - can it make someone more sick or anger someone who's already rageful and mentally unstable?

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Unread post by Sister Jean » Thu Mar 16, 2017 6:08 pm

Hello MartinusAntonio,

Pay Me oil isn't going to hurt anybody or damage their mind. It's just a strong voice in their ear telling them to give what is owed.

Good luck to you in your work.
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Unread post by MartinusAntonio » Fri Mar 17, 2017 12:11 pm

That really clears up a lot for me Sister Jean. Oh gosh, thank you so much!

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Unread post by Amycakes97 » Thu Aug 30, 2018 6:00 am

So recently I left my ring at work. It came off when I was in a camera blind spot at work.

I have suspicions that my coworker wasn't being honest and took it with her. She has revealed to me that she knows how to steal money out of registers and my manager has suspicions of her doing that.

But anyway where I work opens up at 4am. I left the store at 9:30pm. I stayed up until 4am to go back and look for my ring. It wasn't there, then I came back at 10am to look for it in the dumpster no signs of it. I was looking into there for an hour. It was obvious my ring wasn't on my finger when I went to throw the trash out. Because my manager showed me the video where it wasn't on my finger before I went to throw away the trash.

The next day the same coworker I left the store with has been acting suspicious and guilty. She insisted that my ring was on my finger. She said she saw it there. Then I told her I wanted my manager to check the cameras for the morning shift people to check if anyone there had seen my ring. Then she responded with "idk, the employees have a way of working around cameras to not be seen."

And the weird thing is that when I came back from taking the trash out and I went to the front of the store to was my hands, and she was "sweeping at the back of the store where I lost my ring. And there wasn't a need to sweep there because theres no need to and I had already did earlier. And since that day shes been talking to another coworker about my ring, and that different coworker keeps bringing up my ring to the shift lead out of no where...

I very much believe she stole my ring but she was very smart to take it where the camera couldn't see her take it not only that, but i dropped my ring in the blind spot and she was there right after we took out the trash. If she was there sweeping she would have seen the ring. I asked her about it but she told me to check the dustpan. Theres no way she couldn't see the ring when "sweeping". Everything is very fishy.

Is there a way i can tell the cops something without actually accusing her?

I want to her to return the ring because I cannot ask for it back from her or go to the police for lack of evidence.

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Unread post by Sister Jean » Thu Aug 30, 2018 8:52 am

Hello Amycakes97,

Welcome to the Lucky Mojo forum! We're happy to have you hear. I'm sorry to hear about your ring.

You could always try reporting the ring as stolen to the police without having to accusing her, that you can do without magic. If you want to try spellwork though, you could always try compelling her to confess. Here is the spell:

bring-out-truth-confess-admit-error-fee ... ess#p29326

If the spell is successful, not only will she apologize, she will return the ring. Good luck!
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Thu Aug 30, 2018 9:29 am

Hello, Amycakes97 -- and welcome to our forum.

Your coworker sounds like a criminal-in-training, and not a good person at all. If she is the one who took your ring, she is a slick thief, and brazen, too. The fact that she told you that she knows how to steal from the till is disturbing. It is also a weak point in her defenses -- you KNOW about her skill at theft and you KNOW that she enjoys the benefis of stealing from both the corporation and from friends.

I don't think there is any way that you can involve he police at this point. No evidence is available and the police, even at their best and finest, can only work on the basis of evidence.. They could take a statement and watch her if they run across her, but there are thousands of petty thefts like this going on daily, and they can't watch everyone. They're only human, after all.

Now God, on the other hand. . .

God watches everything, and when those who have been wronged appeal to God for justice, the results can be amazing. Justice can be served with power and finality, especially if the petitionr is blameless in the situation and is not making a false accusation.

So, first, as to the matter of a false accusation, which we are told not to make: I was taught to make what is called a "conditional" plea for justice. It is never a flat curse, like "Lord, kill Jane, the bitch who stole my ring!" Because God is NOT your pit bull. Instead, you approach God with your plea for justice in a conditional way,

"Lord, my ring, which meant a lot to me, is missing. I know that i dropped it, and that no one snatched it off my finger, but, Lord, it is my belief and hope that my coworkers of good faith and just minds would return it to me if they found it, out of kindness, as i myself would do for them. Yet this did not happen.

"Lord, the woman [Name[ is known to me to be a thief. She has told me of the way in which she steals from our employer. She had the opportunity to steal the ring rather than return it to me, and i believe she did so. Such a woman, Lord, who would take what is not hers, both by design and by opportunity, is not fit to live among people of good repute. She is a hazard and a menace to us all. With each successful theft, i fear that her arrogance and pride will grow stronger, and that she will steal and steal again.

"Lord, i ask you this, with a humble heart: If [Name] did steal my ring, let her be punished! She stole from the register and was not found out! She has taken my ring and was not found out! She will steal again -- but let her be found out! Let her next theft be observed! Let her be punished!

"Lord, i do not ask this only for myself, but for all the victims of this woman's thefts, for all the thefts in her past and for all the thefts to come. Lord, stop her now! Let her be caught red-handed and taken unawares! Reveal to all the world her criminal deeds, so that no one else must suffer at her hands! Let her walk the earth a cast-out, a pariah, a woman of ill-repute whom no one will befriend. Let her dwell in dirt! Let her hair fall out! Let her teeth rot in her head! Let her wander the streets begging for food and have no home for shelter! Let her crimes follow her, for all to see!

"Lord, if i am wrong, and this woman is innocent, forgive my importunity, and show me how good she is by some sign -- but if you show me no sign of her goodness, then this prayer -- my prayer for JUSTICE! -- will be on my lips every day, whether i see her or not. In your infinite wisdom, you must make the choice, dear God, to let her trouble us or to let her receive what is due to her. For my part, i only ask for what i believe is due. If i witness her downfall, i will not revel in her pain. Rather, i will magnify YOUR name, my Lord God of Justice, for having dealt with her so fairly.

"Amen."

Yes, that is a long prayer -- but that is how i was taught to address God, in words freely spoken from the heart. This is not a piece that you must memorize, but it is a pattern for this type of prayer.

Now, how to implement it:

Write the woman's name on a small piece of paper using a pencil. (It has to be in pencil because it will be boiled and you do not want any ink to run). Put the paper, a handful of salt, and some water in a small saucepan and set it on the stove to boil. As it heats and boils, say your prayers, according to your heart.

When the water boils away, leaving the salt crust and the paper, turn off the heat, but do nothing more to the saucepan. The next day, add water and boil it again and pray again for justice. The third day do the same.

Then scrape the salt crust and the remains of the paper from the saucepan and set them aside. Wash out the pan and put it away. Carry the remains of salt and paper to the work place and drop them on the floor in the place where you believe you dropped the ring -- where you saw her sweeping. You can also drop bits in other places, where she walks.

With each bit you drop, call her name into it, so that no one else will be affected. Say something like this:

"May [Name] and only [Name] feel the pains of remorse and the terror of panic when she steps in this, for God is watching her, and knows what she has done! May her crimes stand revealed for all to see! In Jesus' name, Amen!"
catherine yronwode

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