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Re: Mojo Bag, Conjure Hand, Toby, Gri-Gri Questions & Answers

Unread post by JayDee » Tue Sep 11, 2018 10:35 am

aniviel,

The mojo will be fine a week. Feed it before you go and give it attention, feed it once you come back. When I travel I leave my mojo's home wrapped in a piece of worn clothing that was close to my skin ( t shirt, undies etc).
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Re: Mojo Bag, Conjure Hand, Toby, Gri-Gri Questions & Answers

Unread post by aniviel » Sat Sep 15, 2018 2:23 pm

Thank you very much JayDee. I'll leave it tucked in the robe I wear at home

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Re: Mojo Bag, Conjure Hand, Toby, Gri-Gri Questions & Answers

Unread post by LittleLeo » Tue Sep 18, 2018 5:14 am

I am quite new to hoodoo and to LuckyMojo and I had some questions about the mojo bags in general.

1) I'm considering getting my first one, and I was reading through some of the threads about the different bags here in this forum and saw that apparently each mojo bag has its own "fixing" procedure that needs to be followed by the customer after we receive it.

2) I didn't see any mention of this in the catalog pages, but in some of these threads I see people mentioning burning candles with pins in them and things like that to fix their mojo. Do these supplies come with the mojo bag if necessary? Or do they have to be purchased separately? I was confused because in the catalog the mojo bags are only mentioned as coming with instructions and a vial of condition oil (as far as I can tell).

3) Also, I read that the things you have to do to fix a bag are different depending on which bag. Does the fixing always involve candles?

I ask because I thought a mojo bag would be a good sort of magic for me to try because I really don't have a way to safely and discreetly burn candles in my living circumstances, but I wouldn't want to accidentally commit myself to a big candle spell without even knowing that was what I was buying!

For context, some of the formulas I am considering for my first mojo bag are Attraction, Lodestone, or Crown of Success (just looking for something to draw general good luck and good things into my life right now!) though eventually I'd also love to get a Jackie the Cat.

(I think I could get away with burning candles one time or something, and I have read the page about burning candles in secret... it's just a big 21-day candle ritual that really concerns me!)

Thank you for your help! And sorry if this is confusing or answered before.

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Re: Mojo Bag, Conjure Hand, Toby, Gri-Gri Questions & Answers

Unread post by Thomas K » Tue Sep 18, 2018 5:30 am

Hello Littleleo.
Here is a link to our page on Mojo Bags, Conjure Hands, and Jack balls. http://www.luckymojo.com/mojocatmojo.html
You may even consider having Lucky Mojo hand make one for you as your first one. If you have any questions please let us know.

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Re: Mojo Bag, Conjure Hand, Toby, Gri-Gri Questions & Answers

Unread post by LittleLeo » Tue Sep 18, 2018 8:29 am

Thank you Thomas K! I have searched through the catalog pages and the information on Mojo bags available on the website and can't find any answers to my previous questions about mojo bags including candles / if they all require candles. In fact I've only even seen these mojo bag candle rituals mentioned here on the forums, which is why I wanted to ask here. :)

I don't want to divert from my original question too much but I am very curious about the custom mojo bags too. Is there an increase in price compared to the ones in the catalog? Do I have to call the store to figure out how to have one made or can I email?

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Re: Mojo Bag, Conjure Hand, Toby, Gri-Gri Questions & Answers

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Tue Sep 18, 2018 9:12 am

Hello, LittleLeo,

1) Yes, different mojos we make do have various ways to fix them.

2) Fixing a mojo with the warmth of a candle flame is just one way to work. Some use inceince smoke. Some do neither. There is no literal "big 21-day candle ritual" though-- you just use a household candle and mark it off in sections and light it and burn a little every day -- but you can skip that step if you want to (and if i recall correctly, only one or two of the mojos are given those instructions.

One reason that the various ways of fixing and preparing the mojo hands was set forth as they were is that at the time i wanted to honour and showcase the various teachers i had had and the methods in which they had instructed me. I travelled the country, buying mojo hands from shop-keepers and toby-makers all over in the 1960s, and each had certain ways of working that appealed to me. I fugured that if someone wanted to learn a dozen different ways to make a mojo, they could do as i did and buy a dozen mojos and get into the process.

I liked making mojos so much that i named my company after them -- the Lucky Mojo Curio Co. And the mojo hands i offered for sale, along with a few curios of the type that went into making mojos, were the first products i put online for sale.

Mojo Hands for Sale from the Lucky Mojo Curio Co.
http://www.luckymojo.com/mojocatmojo.html

Of course, when i offered the mojo hands for sale, i came to learn that most folks just wanted a single mojo for their own situation -- not a set of instructive mojos of different types. And some of them were hopeful D-I-Y mages who had no patience to learn by ordering mojo hands and actually resented me as a "merchant" and wanted "free spells." And so i wrote a few web pages of more general instructions, for those who wanted to learn the work as practitioners without actually studying deeply, and i put some good history online, for free ---

Mojo
http://luckymojo.com/mojo.html

Jomo
http://luckymojo.com/jomo.html

Nation Sack
http://luckymojo.com/nationsack.html

Jack Ball
http://www.southern-spirits.com/owen-ho ... balls.html

But then real and true students came to me ad wanted the deeper instructions. They wanted to become professional root doctors and to learn how to make mojos for their own clients according to the traditional ways of working. So, for them, i wrote an entire course in how to be a professional root doctor, and it included a lot of information formerly held private and only shared one-o-one, about the rootworker's role n the creation of a client's mojo.

Hoodoo Rootwork Correspondence Course
http://luckymojo.com/mojocourse.html

Finally,, with questions about mojo hands still coming in from the public, i wrote an entire book on the subject, with more than 100 "recioes" for making your own mojo:

The Art of Making Mojos: How to Craft Conjure Hands, Trick Bags, Tobies, Gree-Grees, Jomos, Jacks, and Nation Sacks
http://luckymojo.com/theartofmakingmojos.html

So now you and everyone else can dip into the world of hoodoo mojo hands and conjure bags at any level you wish -- as a customer, a home practitioner, or a prospective professional root doctor.
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