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Spells and Prayers for Tobacco Addiction

Unread post by eagerbeaver88 » Tue Mar 02, 2010 5:32 pm

My girlfriend says she is going to quit smoking but hasnt made the effort yet...she says she wants to, is there a spell i can do to help her quit the habit?

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Unread post by Devi Spring » Tue Mar 02, 2010 5:43 pm

You can use Cast Off Evil products to help rid her of the habit, along with Healing to help address whatever issues may have made her start & continue smoking, as well as give her body some extra support as she goes through nicotine withdrawal. Working some King Solomon Wisdom and Clarity work will help her make a wise decision about quitting. You could also consider some Crucible of Courage and John the Conqueror (or Victory, if you feel that JtC would be too "masculine" an energy for her) to help her stick with the plan.
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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Tue Mar 02, 2010 5:47 pm

I would add some crown of success to that as well.
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Unread post by eagerbeaver88 » Tue Mar 02, 2010 9:30 pm

what color candle would i use to dress these? would i just write a petition under it saying help stop smoking? etc?

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Unread post by brujaha » Tue Mar 02, 2010 10:08 pm

Thank you so much, eagerbeaver for bringing up this question. I wanted to ask for spell help with this, but figured maybe I would impede my own progress, because I just can't maintain the willpower to do it.I really want to quit, but I have not been able to motivate myself to do it long enough. I mean, as soon as a stressful moment hits, or even boredom, I start puffing away on the cigs. . . .(and of course a little Mary J).

I'm definitely going to try some kind of combo (oils, powders, baths, etc.) of the cast off evil, crown of success, king solomon wisdom, dr gregorio hernandez (for healing my mind and whatever damage I have already done to my body) and maybe eucalyptus, since I already have some of that home. Hopefully, I will have a good testimonial to share when all is said and done.

Best of luck getting your friend to quit. . . .

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Unread post by Devi Spring » Wed Mar 03, 2010 8:33 am

You could use black with the Cast Off Evil, as you are working to banish the issues. Purple with the success and courage work. White or blue with the healing work.

I would carve her name into the candle, as well as place a petition paper underneath it.

You could also consider making a Cast Off Evil jar or bottle spell, using her picture, any concerns that you can get from her, and the powder and related herbs. Then you can shake it, as well as burn the purple success candles on top. At the same time have a white skull candle with the King Solomon Wisdom/Clarity.

You might also experiment with placing a pair of open scissors between the Cast Off Evil jar/bottle, and a pack of her brand cigarettes. Surround the cigs with Banishing powder, and the Cast off Evil jar with Protection powder. Each day, take a little hand-duster and scoot the cigs further away from her jar, sprinkling a bit more Banishing on and around them.
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Unread post by cabriellenil » Wed Mar 03, 2010 8:35 am

Wow. Great advice Devi. I'm trying to quit smoking and this info comes in very handy!
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Unread post by eagerbeaver88 » Wed Mar 03, 2010 7:13 pm

absolutely!! thank you so much!

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Unread post by colliz » Sun Jan 23, 2011 10:31 pm

I want a spell that i can use on my husband to either make him work harder or be interested in working more hours. I thought about trying to make him into a workaholic, but i think it could be a wear and tear on his body, Also he has a bad habit of smoking and i NEED for him to quit. Is there a spell(s) i can use on both situation?

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Re: quit smoking and work harder.

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Jan 24, 2011 1:00 am

Cast off evil would be great for getting rid of smoking habit.

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To get your husband to work harder, I would get down to why he is not working harder. Is he unmotivated? Is he physically not able to? Is he lazy? Not enough opportunity for hours or work? I mean there can be many different reasons. And those reasons would depend on the products to be used.
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Unread post by colliz » Mon Jan 24, 2011 5:20 am

thanks for your respond......it's really none of those things, he goes his regular hours, i just need for him to take more hours, he always seems to find himself in a financial jam, even with a good job.

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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Jan 24, 2011 8:07 am

I would work some money stay with me products, along with king solomon wisdom. This will keep the money in his pocket, and help him spend the money he does have wisely. Like I said previously, you may want him to take on more hours but that option may not be available to him. However you can work some steady work, and see if he will be able to get some more hours.

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Unread post by colliz » Mon Jan 24, 2011 3:29 pm

he gets the overtime and has a choice to take a second job, but he just dont want to take it. but i will try to do those you suggested.

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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Jan 24, 2011 3:34 pm

If he does not want to take it, but has the option to, I would either work with any of these products to convince him to do so.

Now you can work some king solomon wisdom products to understand that it would be a wise decision to take on the over time.

Now if you want to be more forceful you can work with some I dominate my man products, essence of bend over, or compelling products.

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Unread post by colliz » Mon Jan 24, 2011 5:38 pm

Thank you i will most def try those out ...again thanks

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I want to stop my 15 year addiction to Cigarettes

Unread post by stefanie3542 » Wed Feb 23, 2011 8:50 pm

Hi,

I want to ask I really want stopping my 15 year addiction to Cigarettes,
What spell kit shoud I order? Lucky Mojo Cast off evil or Cast Off Evil Mojo Hand?
Can I order both?

Thank you very much!!

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Re: quit smoking and work harder.

Unread post by stone7 » Tue Apr 17, 2012 4:44 am

I just quit smoking using an electric cigarette and I would like to suggest anyone who has a bad habit that it is better to quit.

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Unread post by Mama Micki » Tue Apr 17, 2012 7:23 am

Stefanie, I would suggest that you start with the Cast Off Evil spell kit. It will give you a firm foundation for your goal of quitting. You can always add a mojo. Also, avoid places where people are smoking and find other ways to relieve stress. Congratulations on your desire to be free from smoking cigarettes.
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Unread post by aura » Tue Apr 17, 2012 11:11 am

Hi Stefanie,

Clarity, King Solomon Wisdom or Tranquility oil is also a good investment alongside the Cast Off Evil spell kit as Mama Micki suggested. Anoint your temples with the oil of your choice to reason and calm your way through the inevitable cravings that characterize the first 3 weeks and then the test of resolve somewhere around month 3!

Hold fast to your desire to quit and on a mundane level - exercise to keep your mind of the smoke and up your naturally produced happy-endorphins.

Since your initial post dates from February of 2011, if you could let us know how your resolutions has been going, it would be great.

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Unread post by Mama Micki » Tue Apr 17, 2012 3:15 pm

A Tranquility or Lavender bath may calm your nerves also.
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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Wed Apr 18, 2012 1:11 am

Thank u St. Martha for everything you have done on my behalf.
Thank u St. Elena! I appreciate your great help.
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Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Thu Apr 19, 2012 7:30 pm

I quit smoking using Cast Off Evil products, along with hard work and determination. I did have to re-start the work, and really work at it that second time, but it helped focus me on the task of ending my cigarette addiction.
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Unread post by JayDee » Fri Apr 20, 2012 6:29 am

Just to chime in I quit smoking after 10 years by using the cast of evil and getting accupuncture done. I never smoked a cig again after that procedure. Good luck to anyone and everyone who wants to quit, its the best thing you can do for your body.
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Unread post by aura » Fri Apr 20, 2012 7:09 am

Well - another 2c - like u j82, after a decade of cancer sticks it's now been a year and a half without the smokes and WOW do you feel better without them. another trick:

When I was quitting, for the first six months I put aside my cigarette $ under a John the Conqueror root. at the end of every month 1/2 would go under a lodestone dressed to keep money and the other 1/2 would go on an LM order ;) My supplies increased substantially as did my savings account and my resolve.
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Unread post by Dr Johannes » Fri Apr 20, 2012 7:24 am

Lichorice is good for this purpose as well. Chew it. Then spit the remains here and there.
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Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Fri Apr 20, 2012 9:16 am

Dr Johannes wrote:Lichorice is good for this purpose as well. Chew it. Then spit the remains here and there.

This works really well especially if you can get licorice roughly the same size of a cigarette. Mimics your need for the oral fixation AND holding a "stick" in your hand. Helps with the craving.
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Unread post by Dr Johannes » Fri Apr 20, 2012 5:29 pm

Not to forget the controlling nature of Lichorice.
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Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Sat Apr 21, 2012 5:54 pm

Dr Johannes wrote:Not to forget the controlling nature of Lichorice.
Goooood point! It's funny how my brain is still learning how to "click" in all of the attributes of the herbs and roots I/we use. The control aspect is a perfectly appropriate magical purpose for the work of controlling ones addictions! Thank you for the added note.
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Spells and Prayers for Tobacco Addictions

Unread post by lulakalani » Thu Dec 13, 2012 6:33 am

I need to make a LOT of changes in my life and am very overwhelmed. First off, I'm in my mid-40s and am determined to quit smoking. In addition I need to be taking my meds consistently (I am ADHD), exercising, working on my art and writing etc. In general I feel like I'm stuck in molasses and need some help with getting and staying motivated to move forward. I'd love advice on a product(s) that will do this --road opener seems obvious enough but what else? Thanks!

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Cast Off Evil is used to get rid of bad habits and addictions.
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Unread post by Mary Bee » Thu Dec 13, 2012 8:15 am

Crucible of Courage gives you more of a "backbone" to stand up to your temptations. Plus it smells great :)

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Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Sun Dec 16, 2012 1:53 pm

I used Cast Off Evil Oil on 4" candles every day for a week to start myself getting into a routine of remembering (daily) just what I wanted to do and why i wanted to quit. It worked very well. Combining this with Crucible of Courage, as MaryBee suggested, would be a very good idea!

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Unread post by Lady Marie » Tue Dec 25, 2012 9:09 pm

Great suggestions and I think that Blessed Matt Talbott might be a good spirit to work with. I smoked 25 years and quit 7 years ago using a mild sedative for the first 72 hrs while the nicotine receptors created by my brain died off from being deprived. After 72 hours it is habit not physical withdrawal. Why quit was a good resource for me. You have no idea how beautiful oils, baths, herbs will smell once your olfactories and taste buds are actually working. Best of luck you will make it if you avoid nicotine altogether otherwise it is a long torturous process. I had no idea how addictive nicodemon was but once free I find something amazing every day that I could not have appreciated had I still had my senses dulled by smoking. Cast off Evil, Crucible of Courage and online support at a cessation board will take you on the first steps. Wanting to quit is everything. If you want it you will make it happen. Best wishes and may you kick the nicotine beast.
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Re: Spells and Prayers for Tobacco Addiction

Unread post by landsgenesis2 » Sat Jan 19, 2019 1:22 pm

1) Can Cast Off Evil oil be used in a bath vs the crystals?

I'm going to buy both depending, as I plan to anoint myself with the oil.

2) A) If so, how much oil should be used per bath if one has a regular sized tub? -- a capfull? B) How many ounces are in one bottle?

3) A) When I purchase the crystals, how much of the packet should I use per bath? B) In addition I'll be using it in the wash Money Stay With Me (good combination?)

I'm trying to get an idea of how much of each I need to order while figuring out how to make it last as long as possible while I learn if magical bathing is just as useful one to two times a week as if taken everyday.

The goal, like above, is to quit smoking. So as confirmed in a different thread, eucalyptus will help as well -- I will also order that.

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Unread post by JayDee » Sat Jan 19, 2019 3:18 pm

landsgenesis2,

1. Yes dress the body with the oil. Or make a bath with lucky mojo herbs known to break addictions, strain the herbs then add some of the oil to the mix and take the bath.

2. Take a pot and brew a bath of herbal teas after the tea is made take the herbs out then add several drops of oil to the mix.

3. I use half a bag per bath from the bath crystals, I get two baths out of one bag. I dont see how money stay with me fits because its an addiction to tobacco and most people will do whatever they can to get an addiction item. I would rather see a mix that helps you like protection from bad habits.

4. You may find bathing daily helpful while you work through and addiction.
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Re: Spells and Prayers for Tobacco Addiction

Unread post by Miss Athena » Sat Jan 19, 2019 4:09 pm

Hi landsgenesis2,

I deleted your post in the General Baths topic as it was a duplicate of this one. In future, please do not cross-post like this as it is against our rules and makes the forum very difficult to moderate. It will also result in a board warning, but I have not given you one this time. Please post your question only once.

Bath crystals are best for baths as they dissolve in the water, making your entire bath a spiritual cleansing. Oils are best suited for anointing yourself or dressing items like candles.

You could add oil to spiritual baths out of necessity, but oil does not mix with water and the crystals are formulated for exactly this purpose. You would also have the added benefit of adding a pinch or two to the final rinse cycle when doing your laundry, to keep that energy working for you via the clothes you wear. This would be a nice addition to your work given that you are trying to free yourself of a difficult addiction like tobacco.

For a wonderful resource on spiritual bathing, you should look into Aura Laforest's book on cleansing conjure, which includes how-to information and spells, which you can adapt to your goal of quitting cigarettes:

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Drinking Teas and Bathing 30
Bathing Body Parts 32
Dissolving Words in Water 33
Deployment and Disposal of Waters 34
Ingredients for Teas, Baths, and Washes 35
Special Waters 35
Liquids Other Than Water 36
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Re: Spells and Prayers for Tobacco Addiction

Unread post by landsgenesis2 » Sun Jan 27, 2019 1:11 pm

Thank you JayDee and thank you Miss Athena.

About the duplicate post. I created a reply to a thread in Baths and Crystals and here; in fact, I believe it may have been somewhere else -- I did this from my phone. From my phone, I deleted the same question from one thread and moved it, I think* to the one about Baths. Part of the form to delete a comment asked why I wanted to delete it, and that the admins would be able to read why I wanted to delete whatever comment I'd typed. In that area, I responded by saying that I'd found a better place to put it (something like that). Thank you so much for not giving the warning Miss Athena as this was genuinely a technological mix up, and perhaps user error. But I do recall typing that I'd found a better place for the comment in a different thread as the reason for its deletion -- it must not have held.

JayDee, my logic behind Money Stay With Me is that if I'm no longer smoking, I'm saving money, and the work through the anointing will keep the money with me instead of spending it recklessly. If the money stays with me, it's not going for a pack of smokes :)

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Re: Spells and Prayers for Tobacco Addiction

Unread post by Miss Athena » Sun Jan 27, 2019 2:20 pm

Hi landsgenesis2,

We don't delete posts on the forum, so don't worry if you still see it here.

I understand your personal logic in combining money with quitting cigarettes, but doing so will just over-complicate your spell. Stick to your work in quitting smoking, and focus all of your efforts on that singular goal and you will stand a better chance of success.

I hope this helps. Good luck.
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Re: Spells and Prayers for Tobacco Addiction

Unread post by landsgenesis2 » Thu Sep 05, 2019 6:24 pm

This one was a bit tricky for me to place -- I'll move it if the admins think it should be moved, that way they won't have to.

Has anyone heard of a vinegar jar spell created for oneself? The reason I'm asking is because I'm thinking about doing one for me to help me quit smoking.

What I want to try are the ingredients: black pepper, red pepper, salt, vinegar, and alum, as the signature of each of them superficially and in depth to some degree, will aide in smoking cessation. I plan to freeze it and bury it to the West with couple of cigarettes or a pack and my photo inside as well after citing Psalms and other scriptures that have the signature of fighting addiction, in addition to a heartfelt prayer over each ingredient as I add them: may this black and red pepper cause me to hate the harshness of this smoke so that it scorches my desire to smoke as it would my tongue; may this alum bind my lips to cease opening my mouth to partake in this disgusting habit; Lord let this vinegar sour my relationship with this substance as it would the taste of tobacco on my tongue; and may this salt be the sealer of this spell that pure spirits of light and well-lived ancestors may guard this work and kept me reminded that I am working to let this go. And my picture, because it's me, and the cigarettes as both a personal concern and the signified essence of the aim of the spell. To the West because as the sun sets to make the day leave, so too is the habit scattered to the dark sky out of my sight (I would do this on a night with no moon).

What I don't want to happen is for me to lose my voice or develop any natural or unnatural illness of my tongue or throat as could be the case with a similar vinegar jar spell with alum to stop a wagging tongue.

Is anyone aware of a spell such as what I've described above? I would love to try it so share my success or failure with it! And, of course, I'd like to know how to guard myself against the unwanted results that match what I just stated when I do this... to protect myself from muting myself in one way or another, literally (primarily) or secondarily: forgetting to let people know critical information, a decline in language or articulary function such as would be needed during a job interview, etc..

Thanks!
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Unread post by sunchild » Thu Sep 05, 2019 6:30 pm

landsgenesis2,
i am not a forum moderator but i don’t think you should ever put yourself in a vinegar jar. the idea of a vinegar jar is to sour one’s life. i’ve used cast off evil oil and bath crystals before to help with bad habits that i have

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Unread post by landsgenesis2 » Thu Sep 05, 2019 6:32 pm

Thanks! I read eucalyptus oil could help me with this. I just may purchase that and dress myself with it for 30 days. But enough about that. I'm going off topic and don't want to get in trouble.
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Unread post by Miss Athena » Thu Sep 05, 2019 7:42 pm

Hello landsgenesis2,

I concur with sunchild above that you should not do this vinegar jar spell on yourself. It is not the way to go to rid yourself of nicotine addiction.

I've moved this conversation to the correct topic area on spells to stop smoking. Please read through the other posts here for helpful advice on the kind of work you should consider.

And yes, Cast Off Evil would be the formula for you.
http://www.luckymojo.com/castoffevil.html

I hope this helps you kick this nasty habit. Good luck!
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Unread post by landsgenesis2 » Fri Sep 06, 2019 8:56 am

Thank you you Miss Athena -- it appears the last couple of entries on this thread are in fact from me, and I've received loads of information.

While re-reading what was stated some months ago, and reading in between the lines so to speak, minus the bath and teas:

1) it could, to some, be inferred that simply anointing the body with Cast Off Evil can be efficacious, perhaps not to a greater degree of baths and teas, but still workable for bringing out the desired end of smoking?

2) Especially, right, with sincere prayers and biblical scripture tackling addiction with its application on the skin?

I went ahead and purchased the Cast of Evil Oil, which I"m uber-excited about using. In addition, prayers from the Crystal Silence League have been sent up with supplication on my behalf.

3) So here's to hoping that rootworking prayer and my self-anointing and personal prayers as I apply the oil to my body (throat and each side of my mouth) would be powerful enough to break this chord of addiction, or at least lower my intake, maybe not entirely, but to the degree where I find it necessary and pointless to continue smoking and if not quit at all but in large degree where it will be managable and eventually not worth -- is this, pivotal as it's easier, I think for me, to rid myself of a quarter to half a pack a day, rather than the pack and half I smoke daily at this stage in my addiction.

4) So basically, can prayer from me and League and body oil, alone (likely I'll add Crucible of Courage when I have the chance) be generally sufficient to work this quitting spell?
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Unread post by Terra Rising » Sat Sep 07, 2019 11:29 am

landsgenesis,

I think your plan is solid.

1) Some people prefer baths some candles. I can also go by signs as well. Water signs can work very well with bathing. Earth signs may work very well with powders. I wouldn't say one way is overall more effective than others, it depends on the person and the situation.

2)Yes, if you are anointing, you usually want to say a prayer for what you need or desire.

3) Yes, that's a good plan.

4) It should help you but remember, there has to be an active passion to quit too. You will have to change your behavior as well. Smoking at work for instance can be considered as a reward by the brain because you are taking a break from a stressful situation or using it to socialize. This same reward has to be replaced with something of equal value. Maybe instead of the smoke break, you could take a quick walk to get away or get a cup of coffee if there is a break room. A small piece of long lasting candy or gum. Every time you "have to have a cigarette" make yourself do something difficult or unpleasant. Pushups, freezing cold showers. Your brain will associate it with this task.

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Unread post by landsgenesis2 » Sat Sep 07, 2019 12:20 pm

Thank you VERY much Miss Terra!
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Unread post by landsgenesis2 » Sun Sep 08, 2019 3:38 pm

Also, I have another question. I've been preparing the words for my own prayers as I intend to anoint myself with Cast Off Evil, and I'm presently contemplating the verbiage of what's to be said in prayer when I add Crucible of Courage to the mix.

So more to my point, my actual point, actually: What Psalms are good for praying away addictions like smoking (heavily) and drinking (rare and mostly social [not really a concern]). From what I know of Hoodoo Bible magic, the Book of Psalms is the pivitol crux when doing "work", but I'm also aware that the whole Bible can be useful.

So outside of the Psalms, what other scriptures from other places in the Word can I use in my prayerful ritual of anointing after I pray from my heart so that all ancestors and helping and benevolent spirits can begin the work that will bring my smoking to ceasing.

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Unread post by Terra Rising » Sun Sep 08, 2019 7:50 pm

landsgenesis2,

I'm sorry but I cannot help you with your question. I usually pray from the heart and use the psalms but I understand your point about maybe finding something in the Bible that fits better. I do know that there are members of AIRR that know a great deal about working with the Bible. I would go to the AIRR site and look up those who work in Bibliomancy. Those who use the Bible for divination also know a great deal about how to incorporate it in rootwork.

http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/C ... ibliomancy

I will start researching myself and let you know what I find.

Wishing you the best of luck in your work!
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Unread post by landsgenesis2 » Mon Sep 09, 2019 10:05 am

Hey Terra: I appreciate you and your response. I clicked the link you provided: I love Bibliomancy and have used it on occasion with direct, no-roundabout answers given to my questions with one or two verses that required no further reading. It was as if I'd asked a person question and they answered it succinctly, honestly, and without anything added.

I will reach out to Hoodoo Psychics as I've done in the past to get a relevant consult as well

But in the meantime, I'll use Bibliomancy and frame my questions as directly as I know how in the hopes of getting a one, two, or three verse answer.

I can't wait to hear of the fruits your research brings, Terra :)
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