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Spells for Blessing Cleansing Car Truck Motorcycle Vehicle

Unread post by Flamethrower » Wed Aug 11, 2010 1:23 pm

Hello everyone,
How would YOU go about blessing an automobile for a loved one for protection from accidents, theft, vandalism (and expensive car repairs)? How often would you do this?

This is what I'm considering:
- Dabbing LM Blessing Oil or Fiery Wall of Protection Oil on the corner of each bumper. However, I'm worried that it might affect the paint job. She frequently washes her car, so I don't know if using oil would be a smart idea.
- Smudging the interior with sage.
- Hiding a protection mojo in her glove box or trunk, but maybe her rosary beads hanging from the rearview mirror might be enough ;)

Thoughts?

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Re: How to bless a car?

Unread post by Turnsteel » Wed Aug 11, 2010 1:30 pm

Wash it with water in which you dissolve Safe Travel and/or \Protection bath crystals. Then draw eyes on both head lights with Safe Travel oil.
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Re: How to bless a car?

Unread post by butchcomer » Wed Aug 11, 2010 1:35 pm

I always add Lucky Mojo safe travel bath crystals to my car wash. I have also used Firey Wall of Protection oil to annoint the four corners of my car and a spot on the roof. I actually sprinkled sachet powders around and on the vehicle too at other times! Its a part of my routine now.

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Re: How to bless a car?

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Thu Aug 12, 2010 1:25 pm

What I would do is take a picture of the car and place that picture in between two candles surrounded with protection and blessing herbs. I would pray over the altar daily while also smoking the car in Safe Travel and Blessing incense, then I'd make a mojo hand that would be kept in the dashboard to keep the work going.
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Re: How to bless a car?

Unread post by theusurper » Thu Aug 12, 2010 2:22 pm

what kind of herbs, i just bought a new car and i used protection oil in the four corners. i think the adviced from CM is exceptional.

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Re: How to bless a car?

Unread post by cognitivedissonance » Thu Aug 12, 2010 3:29 pm

To bless an engine:

Wedge some relevant incense STICKS into the front grille, well enough that they won't fall off when you're driving. They should be ahead of the car, essentially. Then, light them up and drive around the block a few times, until they're burnt down.

"Borrow" the rosary beads, take them to a priest, and have them blessed, then put them back. You can buy clip-on St. Christopher medals (they usually also come with a Guardian Angel prayer) and they fit on the visor. If you're going to apply oils, apply them to that, as it would be safe.

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Re: How to bless a car?

Unread post by Flamethrower » Tue Aug 17, 2010 4:40 pm

The car isn't mine, so I'm a bit limited on the things I can do while being inconspicuous. I'll draw an eye on the headlights using Fiery Wall of Protection and Blessing oils, replace the rosary with one blessed by a priest, and put a picture of the car on my altar for blessings.

Thanks to everyone for your helpful input! :P

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Re: How to bless a car?

Unread post by Miss Bri » Tue Aug 17, 2010 4:41 pm

Also, you can anoint all 4 tires pretty inconspicuously :-)
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Re: How to bless a car?

Unread post by Flamethrower » Tue Aug 17, 2010 6:46 pm

Great idea about dressing the tires, Miss Bri. I'm very hesitant to use oils and/or bath salts on someone's paint job, but the tires are perfect! Thank you!

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Re: How to bless a car?

Unread post by niteraptor » Tue Aug 17, 2010 6:52 pm

i usually crumble part of my smudge sticks into that little well in the front of the dashboard, if anyone asks its to air freshener.
well in hot weather my car does smell wonderfully.
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Question about cleansing my car

Unread post by danger » Thu Sep 16, 2010 4:23 pm

Hi! A couple of days ago, someone drew v's on the hood of my car with some type of oil. I dont know if somebody is trying to hoodoo me or not. But just in case, is there a specific product I can use to cleanse my car? Thank you!

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Re: Question about cleansing my car

Unread post by theusurper » Thu Sep 16, 2010 4:32 pm

one time a week i wash my car with Chinese wash and anointed with van van oil inside.

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Re: Question about cleansing my car

Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Thu Sep 16, 2010 9:03 pm

Good one theusurper :)
Some LM Fiery Wall of Protection both for travel and for your situation I would consider in addition to the LM Chinese Wash.
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Re: Question about cleansing my car

Unread post by jwmcclin » Thu Sep 16, 2010 10:09 pm

Safe Travel mixed with Fiery Wall are great together. You can anoint with oil or sprinkle the powders. Good Luck in your work.
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Cleansing a New Car

Unread post by Dark_Damicelle » Fri Oct 08, 2010 8:04 am

Hello ladies and gents,

I just bought a car (not new) and I would like to work something on it. I'm thinking of washing it with Chinese Wash and adding some protection on it through water or something frequently. I also would like to work either a mojo hand or amulet to keep in the car at all times. The conditions I'm looking for is protection from accidents and thieves, keep the car in good condition, and keep the law away (lol). I know how to work mojo hands but not amulets. I'd also need help with the herbal and root ingredients.

Any advice highly appreciated :D

Thanks

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Re: Conjuring on a new car...

Unread post by butchcomer » Fri Oct 08, 2010 2:09 pm

Safe travel products from LM are wonderful! Disolve a handful of the bath crystals into your car wash bucket or in a spray bottle for the interior. Wormwood is something I include in my car and I use comfrey root as well. Protection sachet powders sprinkled on the floor mats will work, you can even vacuum them up & their power will still work. Annoint the four corners of your car with something like Firey Wall of Protection oil. You can use Blue Cohosh root, or Black Cohosh root, too for protection of vehicles. Any or all of these herbal ingredients would work well in a mojo for your car. (and they are for sale at Lucky Mojo)

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Re: Conjuring on a new car...

Unread post by jwmcclin » Fri Oct 08, 2010 3:09 pm

I like and agree with butchcomer, although, personally, I keep a Saint Michael card (http://www.luckymojo.com/archangelmichael.html) in my car where everyone can see it and I pray to him daily.

Here are the items butchcomer listed.
Safe Travel http://www.luckymojo.com/bath-safe-travel.html
Wormwood http://www.herb-magic.com/wormwood.html
Comfrey Root http://www.herb-magic.com/comfrey-root.html
Fiery Wall http://www.luckymojo.com/bath-fiery-wall.html
Blue Cohosh http://www.herb-magic.com/blue-cohosh-root.html

Side note: Saint Christopher is the saint for travelers found here http://www.luckymojo.com/saintchristopher.html

Good Luck in your work!
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Re: Conjuring on a new car...

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Sat Oct 09, 2010 1:39 am

I like all of these ideas. I think the best thing is to get a fiery wall of protection mojo bag, and dress it ever so often. I would keep it in your glove compartment or even in the trunk of your car so that you do not have to worry about anyone touching it on accident. I personally like to make sprays out of the bath crystals, and I remember when I got my car even though it was brand new I sage it, and spray the bottle all of the time. In addition, you can use law keep away powder along with any of the other product powders listed and put them under your floor mats, and light dust your dashboard.

If you want you put a little bit of these products in your air freshener as well so that it is always helping keeping you protected, and so on.
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Re: Conjuring on a new car...

Unread post by cognitivedissonance » Sun Oct 10, 2010 12:31 am

I know a guy who swears by lighting a few sticks of incense and then wedging them sticking outwards from his grille, and then driving around the block a few times (taxi driver). He does this every month or so, because his car is his business. I'm not sure which stick incenses available might be good for a car, though. Taxi drivers have some amazing rituals specific to their culture, and a lot of it seems to be in the conjure vein even if they don't know it.

Clip-on combination St. Christopher/Guardian Angel visor clips are enormously common and I have one myself, they are usually available in Christian bookstores.

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Re: Conjuring on a new car...

Unread post by Dark_Damicelle » Sun Oct 10, 2010 6:47 am

Thanks guys! Great advice...

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Spiritual Cleaning/Bathing a Car

Unread post by Lunalamia » Mon Mar 07, 2011 4:15 pm

Hi,

I'd like to share what I do to make protection "washes" that are dry for a car
interior or carpet, rugs, upholstery, etc.

For a car's upholstered interior and carpet/rugs, you can't really use liquids
to clean it spiritually, unless you want to totally shampoo it all...which you
can, but a lot of work....too much for me.

Smudging is great! Very effective too.

Another good way is to make a homemade carpet powder.

Think "Hoodoo Carpet-Fresh".

You can make one for clearing/uncrossing, and one for protection....start with
the cleansing/clearing blend, to clear all negativity....then finish with the
protection blend to keep it safe.

I use:
~ 1-2 boxes baking soda
~ 1 cup salt
~ 1 cup of dried herbs, ground well (use blender/mortar/grinder)
~ protection oils of your choice (see below)

You may vary any of these amounts as you wish...just a basic example here.

Mix the ground herbs with the baking powder and salt in a large jar.

Add a few drops of your oils. I use essential oils, and Lucky Mojo oils, like

~ Lucky Mojo Eucalyptus Oil
~ Lucky Mojo Protection Oil
~ Lucky Mojo Fiery Wall of Protection Oil
~ Lucky Mojo Van Van Oil

Put the lid on the jar, and shake, shake, shake!

Shake it well so the oils will be well blended into the dry ingredients.

Sprinkle this powder onto the car floors and carpets/rugs, as well as the
upholstery, and in the trunk or any dashboards front/rear that are covered with
fabric or carpet.

If your carpet is a thicker pile...more plush than some...then rub the powder
into it lightly to get it down into the pile.

***Do not put this mix onto hard plastic or painted surfaces...it could dull it
or leave dull traces. It's only for carpet or fabric.

Leave the mix on for the number of minutes or hours you see fit for
protection...odd numbers are good. 3, 7, 9....I like 3, I usually wait at least
30 minutes.

The baking soda will absorb any bad odors, the salt will absorb moisture, they
both will absorb negative vibrations....and the herbs will do the same.
The herbs and oils will leave behind a strong barrier to protect your car.
This mix smells strong and cleanses well....leaves a good scent after
too....depending on what herbs/oils you choose.

When it has set long enough.....vacuum up the powder well.
That's it!

Make yourself a good mojo to hang in the car at all times too. :)

Best of luck,
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Re: Spiritual Cleaning/Bathing a Car

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Mar 07, 2011 4:16 pm

Thanks for the great recipe, Laura. I'm sure it will be helpful to many folks here.
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Re: Spiritual Cleaning/Bathing a Car

Unread post by Lunalamia » Mon Mar 07, 2011 7:23 pm

Thank you so much Cat. I hope it will be helpful.

I will share more in the future as I try out new blends.

And...just so everyone knows....

I would not have been able to experiment and come up with a recipe like this one, without having had the expert teachings of Cat through her Hoodoo Rootwork Correspondence Course book. I have learned a LOT from Cat's course-book.

It is full of such a wealth of information that anyone can learn successful hoodoo rootwork.

Cat knows how to make it easy and fun too...as it's also a really nice read. :o

Thank you to Cat for sharing your knowledge with me.

I will carry it with me always, and hopefully, be able to help others too.

Best to you,
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Re: Spiritual Cleaning/Bathing a Car

Unread post by TruthSeeker333 » Mon Mar 07, 2011 8:01 pm

Thanks for posting! I have been thinking of cleansing my vehicle so this was right on time for me :)
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Re: Spiritual Cleaning/Bathing a Car

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Mar 07, 2011 9:37 pm

Hey, Laura -- i hope that in addition to carrying the course information with you and putting it to use, you will also finish turning in the rest of your homework and graduate! That's when i will know i've really done my job teaching you. Same goes for more than a few folks around these parts. :D
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Re: Spiritual Cleaning/Bathing a Car

Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Mon Mar 07, 2011 10:07 pm

Look forward to Homework #2 & #3 from me and Homework #3 from Sara! They will be sent out tomorrow morning! Now we're cooking! :)

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Re: Spiritual Cleaning/Bathing a Car

Unread post by Lunalamia » Wed Mar 16, 2011 10:18 am

Don't worry, I will. I am working on it and reading all the time. Thanks Cat.
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Taking Control of My Car

Unread post by Enquirer » Sat Oct 08, 2011 12:22 am

My mechanic has been working on my car. He stated it was the fuel pump. He took my gas tank down. Comes to work on it then leaves it and takes weeks to come back. Also he says he lost the only key I have to the car.

Now the story of the car: My uncle died and left me the car, my aunt wanted to continue to drive the car to her house which is 2 hours away in order for her to look at and touch it. I can't. I don't have that kind of time. She also won't give me the spare key or the automatic opener either.

Do I need compelling?

Do think there is a curse on the car? Do I need to do something in the car for releasing?

I need my car.

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Re: Taking Control of My Car

Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Sat Oct 08, 2011 8:36 am

This is an interesting post filled with many possible answers. Cleasing of a car has been discussed on The Forum many times. Do a search in the upper right hand corner and type in "car cleansing".
search.php
Out of the 880 searches pulled up if were narrowed down to one or several of the links, the advice would probably be Chinese Wash:
http://www.luckymojo.com/chinesewash.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/uncrossing.html
and more contributions by many great posters.

Money Stay with Me for the car with regard to the repairs (future breakdowns as well):
http://www.luckymojo.com/moneystaywithme.html

You could do some work on your aunt with Blessing products:
http://www.luckymojo.com/blessing.html
It sounds like she is grieving and lonely and misses him and would like to see you.

I can be just as guilty of the advice that I am about to give you, but the advice was given to me in 1998 and here it is:
"As humans, we afford what we want to afford. We make the time or take the time to do the things that we want to do.
This advice has been very helpful for many years when it comes to decision making and prioritising."

It is possible that your uncle left you the car knowing your need and also that he may have wanted you to have a way to visit her two hours away. You could have a reading by a Member of AIRR and ask about everything from the car, to your Uncle and what he may have wanted for you, to why is it breaking down and whether it is cursed or a sign or any number of different questions:

Follow this link to the AIRR page:
http://readersandrootworkers.org/wiki/C ... Mediumship

About the key to the car, well if you can get to your aunt by way of alternate trasportation or ask her kindly if she would please mail it to you and commit to a day and time to visit even if it is during the Thanksgiving weekend six weeks from now. Visiting with her may be a Blessing for both of you.

Another choice or option, if anything I'd be working on that mechanic to pay for the car to get re keyed-- he lost the key, and weeks to repair? Work on him. He is the one that broke the promise and commitment:
http://www.luckymojo.com/compelling.html

You may also consider Esscense of Bend Over:
http://www.luckymojo.com/esscenseofbendover.html

Hope this helps and Good luck!
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Re: Taking Control of My Car

Unread post by Enquirer » Sat Oct 08, 2011 5:05 pm

Yes I totally agree, my mechanic is the responsible. The really hasn't broke down often at all. Yes you could be right about my aunt but that is a long ride. Trust me. I have scheduled a reading this week as matter of fact.
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Re: How to bless a car?

Unread post by aura » Fri May 18, 2012 5:17 am

Miss Cat has posted a detailed description of how to bless/protect a car in the product information for Safe Travel products: http://www.luckymojo.com/safetravel.html
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Re: How to bless a car?

Unread post by Papa Newt » Fri May 18, 2012 6:49 am

I just wanted to throw in the idea of smoking the car with Money Stay With Me Incense to help protect the car from major expenses as well. Personally, I have found this to be a helpful addition to the protecting and blessing of my car. :) Best of luck!
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Re: How to bless a car?

Unread post by aura » Fri May 18, 2012 7:25 am

That's an awesome idea Papa Newt :) I miss you!
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Re: Spells for Blessing Cleansing Car Truck Motorcycle Vehicle

Unread post by readingsbyevan » Sat Mar 05, 2016 12:34 pm

Hey everyone,

I just wanted to share a trick I devised to cleanse a vehicle that has stopped working due to a jinx. This is something you want to do while doing Uncrossing work on your person, house, etc..

I say jinx, and not curse, because at the time I came up with this the person who threw for me only hit me with a jinx. Im sure it can be useful for curses as well though.

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Vehicle Uncrossing Wash
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Mugwort
Broom straws (3-9 is ideal)
Cedar
Lemongrass
Comfrey root
Devil’s Shoestring (2 equally sized sticks is ideal )
Uncrossing bath crystals (or a few drops of Uncrossing oil)


*Pray over the herbs and add them to a pot of boiling water which you have blessed. When you add the Devil's Shoestrings, hold both sticks over the pot firmly in the shape of an X and say, "Let the work of the Devil and his helpers be *broken* as this jinx is washed away" (when you say "broken", pull the sticks apart and with a bit of force, fling them into the pot). Let this simmer then turn off the heat.

*To a bucket, add a few drops of Uncrossing oil or a packet of Uncrossing bath crystals. By now the herbs may've settled to the bottom of the pot so you can pour the liquid from the pot into the bucket. If you like, you can save those Devil's Shoestrings to use in similar work later, but its not necessary.

*Go out to your car (I did this in the evening during sunset, but you can do this early in the morning too) and pour the bucket of water evenly over your car from the trunk to the hood. If you have a van or SUV, you can "cut" the bath in half by splitting the herbal bath into two buckets, and splitting half a packet of bath crystals between the two. Using an old washcloth or towel, wipe the car from the top down, praying Psalm 23 at least three times as you walk around the car counterclockwise, wiping and praying that the jinx be broken and washed away. Make sure to wipe your tires too if you keep getting flats.

* After youve wiped the entire car down. Let it dry on its own. You can wipe the inside with any extra bath water also, but for the inside I prefer to burn incense:

Incense for Uncrossing and Protecting your Vehicle

To a packet of Van Van or Uncrossing incense powder add:

lemongrass (powdered is ideal but finely cut is good too)
mugwort
comfrey leaf, crumbled
basil
althea
wormwood


Carefully place some incense a brazier or incense burner and light it inside of your car, windows up doors closed. Place the burner in a cup holder or on the arm rest, this way its towards the center of the car and less likely to tip over when you close the door (dont forget your keys!) Once the incense has burned out, you can allow the remaining smoke to waft out of the car. To add protective layers to the work, blow Firey Wall of Protection and Safe Travel powders onto the seats and sprinkle some under the floor mats. I like to add Barberry to the mix with other protective herbs if thieves or crazy passengers (i.e. taxi drivers) are a concern.

I just did this work and can tell you it worked for me.

Oh, and if you're concerned about the smokey smell in your upholstery, place some Hoyt's Cologne in a spray bottle and get your car smelling nice again! Your car will be blessed with luck as well!



Hope this helps someone!

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