catherineyronwode wrote:Use a black candle.
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Joseph Magnuson wrote:Would Controlling or Domination work be more appropriate for this situation or do you wish to Destroy them?
-Kitten- wrote:Hi. I'm fairly new to all this and i have a question. If i wanted to use destruction products to destroy the love life of someone already in a relationship, would i need to pair it with breakup products to help split the couple up, Or is the destruction alone enough?
I don't like to be mean but i feel like this person deserves it. I'm not going to go into any deep details but trust me they've done some things. I'm of course going to let my emotions calm down first before i make a final decision on whether or not to go through with all this though.
branden wrote:Thanx Miss Aida,
I feel bad doing this type of work. I'm not trying to kill him. I just want his life to be in chaos. When this happens I don't want him to commit suicide. So as long as I don't wish death on him it will not happen?! I know some people react to chaos differently. I'm planing to affect his mind and his job. Does the destruction oil possess the ability to cause death? I know it's the oil combined with our intentions.
Miss Aida wrote:Hi, branden,
So, did you read that page that I linked you to?
Dispose of it at a crossroad or bury it at a cemetery. Personally, I would bury it at a cemetery
Miss Aida wrote:Hello, branden,
Use your best judgment.
Whatever spirit is guiding you to do. If it feels right for you, do it.
Like I always says on the forum, every practitioner is different. I like burial at the cemetery. But, that' just me.
Also, as a disclaimer, burning money is illegal. So, legally, I am saying it is not a legal thing to encourage on the forum!
jon saint germain wrote:I recently used LM Destruction Oil in a divorce case to destroy the coherence of the testimony of the despicable scoundrel who was slandering the woman-my client. He tangled himself in his lies, his lawyer missed several important rebuttals, and his case fell apart. The judge awarded him nothing and came close to holding him in contempt of court. Combine it with Court Case oil and dress a black candle over a picture of the target. Personal concerns are helpful but not essential. Psalm 7:15 "He made a pit, and digged it, and falleth into the hole which he hath made."
Hope it helps,
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