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Spell Timing: Planetary influences / Days of the Week

Unread post by Abraxas » Sun Feb 15, 2009 7:43 pm

Lately I've based the timing of a work as much on the hour of the planets and the moon phases as possible. One thing that has thrown me is how they seem to conflict.

for example, If i want to do a wealth working i might well do it on a day and during an hour ruled by jupiter, but...it just so happens to be a waning moon. I know many people say intention > timing when it comes to working, but to me, once I've heard about the influence of the planets and moon phases, I don't want to work backwards any.

So I'm just wanting to get some others' feedback on their utilization of the hours, days, and phases.

-Do you have a set way of working with the energies? If so, what is it?
-Have you ever sensed a backfire when working in the opposite phases of energy than would traditionally be beneficial.
-What's your general outlook on it all?

Appreciate any answers.

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Unread post by Literarylioness » Sun Feb 15, 2009 10:38 pm

Even though I am an astrologer, generally I say "screw it" to all that. Sure, I try to work with the moon, but life does not always conquer. I had to do some love work this weekend and the moon is waning, but that did not stop me. Sure, it would have been great if the moon was growing, but my life did not care about the moon's phases and I was not going to miss an opportunity.

So, I take planetary configurations into consideration, when I have the luxury to do so. Opportunity and need trumps the planets and moon every time for me.

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Re: Timing

Unread post by Abraxas » Mon Feb 16, 2009 9:15 am

thanks a lot lioness. I figure the need and intent outweighs environmental energies for most people.

This seems a little naive, but how about day vs. night? Do most people choose to work by waiting until night? Most people have busy days, this one is sort of just a curious question.

So how many people feel night fosters a better energy for their work? OR is it dependent on the type of work?

Does anyone here work primarily in the daytime?

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Unread post by Mr_Lucky » Mon Feb 16, 2009 9:19 am

I like to save my darker stuff for the night. Not that it really matters, but it just creates a better "setting" for it, ya know, psychodrama.

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Unread post by Literarylioness » Mon Feb 16, 2009 10:32 am

Abraxas wrote:So how many people feel night fosters a better energy for their work? OR is it dependent on the type of work?

Does anyone here work primarily in the daytime?
Again, that depends on my schedule. One rule I always work by, is the lighting of my candles. When I want to bring something to me, I light the candle when the clock is going up, eg 12:31 to 12:59, etc. If I am working with getting rid of something, I light the candle when the clock is going down eg: 1:00 to 1:30, etc. I was taught that a long time ago and it is a habit I still keep.

I do most of my damnation and reversing in graveyards, so I do those mostly on Sunday mornings. The dead don't care about the time of day too much. When I am working on love, or a particular person, I like to do it right before I go to bed so I can have dreams that shed light on my work. When I am working on money, I try to do that just when I wake-up. As the sun rises, so do my fortunes, I tell myself.

Those are a few of my habits.

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Unread post by Mr_Lucky » Mon Feb 16, 2009 12:03 pm

literarylioness wrote:
Again, that depends on my schedule. One rule I always work by, is the lighting of my candles. When I want to bring something to me, I light the candle when the clock is going up, eg 12:31 to 12:59, etc. If I am working with getting rid of something, I light the candle when the clock is going down eg: 1:00 to 1:30, etc. I was taught that a long time ago and it is a habit I still keep.

I do most of my damnation and reversing in graveyards, so I do those mostly on Sunday mornings. The dead don't care about the time of day too much. When I am working on love, or a particular person, I like to do it right before I go to bed so I can have dreams that shed light on my work. When I am working on money, I try to do that just when I wake-up. As the sun rises, so do my fortunes, I tell myself.
Nice. Hope you know I am now going to use those ideas.

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Unread post by Zola Kathryn » Mon Feb 16, 2009 6:42 pm

Mr. Lucky wrote:I like to save my darker stuff for the night. Not that it really matters, but it just creates a better "setting" for it, ya know, psychodrama.
Haha, I agree. :D
literarylioness wrote:When I want to bring something to me, I light the candle when the clock is going up, eg 12:31 to 12:59, etc. If I am working with getting rid of something, I light the candle when the clock is going down eg: 1:00 to 1:30, etc. I was taught that a long time ago and it is a habit I still keep.
I've never heard of that before--how neat, Mary!
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Re: Timing

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Feb 16, 2009 6:47 pm

The use of the rising and falling clock hands is something that came out of Birmingham, Alabama, where i learned it back in the late 1960s. I began passing it on to customers and students back in the 1990s, and i am sure it is pretty common around the South.
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Feb 16, 2009 7:01 pm

Mr. Lucky wrote:

"I like to save my darker stuff for the night. Not that it really matters, but it just creates a better "setting" for it, ya know, psychodrama."

I hate to tell you, this, but that is a really simplistic idea because it is built around ideas of "spooky" darkness, or, as you called it "psychodrama"

(Look that word up, though, and you will find that it does not mean what you meant to indicate. As Wikipedia tells us, "'Psychodrama' is a form of human development which explores, through dramatic action, the problems, issues, concerns, dreams and highest aspirations of people, groups, systems and organizations. It is mostly used as a group work method, in which each person in the group can become a therapeutic agent for each other in the group. Developed by Jacob L. Moreno, psychodrama has strong elements of theater, often conducted on a stage where props can be used." In other words, "psychodrama" is not a term that refers to affecting one's own mind in order to cast a spell. It is a form of group therapy.)

Anyway, darkness is an appropriate time to do any spell that requires stealth or decrease, but what you call your "darker stuff" -- by which i assume you mean curses -- can as easily be performed at other times.

For instance, if you are cursing someone with an INCREASE of some quality, like debilitating and health-threatening body fat, as an example, you would want to work as the Sun rises and the Moon waxes, and breakfast time would be a great time to get those artery-clogging fats into your enemy's body.

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Re: Timing

Unread post by Mr_Lucky » Mon Feb 16, 2009 7:32 pm

I just was never much one for the astrological. What I meant by psychodrama was the added "energy" if you could call it that of doing a curse or other such thing at night. Working with symbolism, if you will.

Doing curses or other things of that nature during a bright sunny day doesn't jive with me, doesn't have the right "vibe" to it. But a moonless and windy night, with thunder and lightning above, now THATS the perfect setting for a curse! I want the environment to be symbolic of what I'm hoping to achieve.

Then again, that's just how i do it.

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Feb 16, 2009 7:46 pm

Sun rise and Sun set, and Moon cycles too, are astrological in the broadest sense, but their role in hoodoo does not derive from what we normally call "astrology," that is, the symbolism of the movements of the stars or planets, ala Babylonian, Renaissance, Vedic, or Modern astrology.

The strong emphasis on times like Sun rise and Sun set in hoodoo has ancient African antecendents and world-wide distribution. It is probably the most important form of timing found in hoodoo.

The use of the New Moon ("Change of the Moon") for spell casting is found world-wide as well, but is particularly emphasized in Cherokee calendar-making and ritual work. Since Cherokee folk magic contributed strongly to the development of conjure, we find many of the best workers in our tradition, both historical and modern, speaking of "working by the Moon."

In the oldest times "working by the Moon," meant only working by the Moon's cycles. Since the 19th century, with the popularity of farmer's and druggist's almanacs, the term can also include working by the Moon's sign, which is truly an "astrological" working -- but not everyone uses those words to mean that, and most people still referring to only the earlier definition when they say that they are "working by the Moon."
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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Feb 16, 2009 8:01 pm

Abraxas asked:

"How about day vs. night? Do most people choose to work by waiting until night?"

Most hoodoo work is done by day, and soon in the morning at that, especially spiritual bathing and working for increase of love or increase of money. This is built-in to the tradition. It distinguishes hoodoo from a number of other magical systems. It is not really open to consensus or votes. It is what is.

"How many people feel night fosters a better energy for their work?"

Hoodoo is not a survey and we are not taking votes here on how many people work in which ways and why and when. I mean, we COULD take a survey, but then i'd just have to delete the votes as off-topic. :-)

" OR is it dependent on the type of work?"

Now you're getting it. It depends on the type of work.

"Does anyone here work primarily in the daytime?"

Yes.

The fact that you are asking deep questions of this nature indicates that you may benefit from taking my course. You are more interested in theory than most of our customers are, and the course is where you will learn theory. This is the wrong place to ask for in-depth theoretical discussions -- either you'll get brief replies from me and the wonderful course graduates who are volunteering to moderate the boards -- or you will sink into a quagmire of replies from people as ignorant as you. The way out is up. Take the course. :-)
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Re: Timing

Unread post by Mac_2 » Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:05 am

Hello Abraxas,

As a disclaimer, I'm not currently a student in cat's course, although I have been slowly teaching myself from the website. But because you asked for general replies, I thought I'd let you know that there are certainly folks out there who do work during the day. I work at a variety of times, depending on the nature of the job at hand, and the majority of my workings are done during daylight hours.

As to your original question, I synch up to the planetary movements whenever I can do so without overhauling my whole schedule. I'll make more adjustments or hold off on a job longer to shift (non-emergency) work to a more favorable moon phase; I'm less willing to make adjustments to obtain a favorable planetary day or hour. I haven’t noticed a “backfire” as such when I can’t work during the most favorable times. It’s more that when I can work during those times, workings progress more rapidly and smoothly.

I hope this was the sort of feedback you were looking for. Thanks for posting your questions about this; it's been interesting food for thought.

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Tue Feb 17, 2009 2:13 am

Mac and Abraxas, Just to generally give both of you an idea of how we use timings in our work, it might help to think of each form of timing as a certain amount of tail-wind, pushing you along. If you can align three to five -- or even seven -- forms of appropriate timing in one period of work (either drawing or repelling, depending on the condition being addressed), you will add a definite "push" to your tricks and much more power to any things you make during those times.

And, Mac, you will learn a lot for free by reading "Hoodoo in Theory and Practice" online, but the correspondence course -- which is not online, but rather is presented in the form of a 432 page hardcover clothbound book -- is really designed as a learning system and will deliver much more information, especially on the subject of timing -- because timing alone takes up one whole chapter of the 52 chapters in the book.
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Unread post by Abraxas » Tue Feb 17, 2009 11:42 am

Thanks, mac 'n others. and thanks cat. You're right, I'm most interested in theory before much else. All the other forms of 'reality hacking' (so to speak) I've studied, I've primarily based my understanding on theory.

As far as my questions here, I wasn't trying to take a poll but it did end up that way. One of my favorite writers on High magick, Joseph C. Lisewski, speaks of something called "subjective synthesis" and how it builds power as you learn the reasoning behind every detail of your working. This must be what I try to do when inadvertently polling people. You are completely right though, I want to learn from the beginnings of hoodoo, how it was taught, not how every other person does it now.

The course is definitely on my schedule, it's more and more a sure thing. Since the requirements have just changed, even though I've been floating onto these sites for 5 or more years now, I'm trying to decide what else I want to order besides the course materials, with a working wishlist that's very long. I've got nothing but utter respect for what you do and have done, the sheer volume of what you publish on your site alone is a testament to your dedication and generosity, really looking forward to learning more from you.

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Unread post by Dr Johannes » Tue Feb 17, 2009 1:05 pm

Abraxas,

Using a waxing moon for drawing or increasing and waning for removal and other malignant stuff does not neccesarily have to be in conflict.
Think of it this way: If it is a waxing moon, do a work to draw in the good. If it is a waning moon, do things to remove blockages who keeps the good away from you. Both lead to the same goal.

When it comes to other astrological influences one way is to think of them as being supportive or not supportive to the work at hand at a certain time. Not being supportive just means you might have to swim instead of surf, if you know how I mean.
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Unread post by Abraxas » Tue Feb 17, 2009 3:21 pm

thanks johannes! that's exactly how i've been thinking of it. basically concentrating on whatever elements are currently in phase and suiting them towards the intent. Like removing debt(laziness, bad investments, lousy job) instead of drawing money. Reaffirming the corresponding attributes of the time you are working in with whatever fits the intent of the moment. Looking at it this way really opens up and sort of dismantles what used to be the static paradigm of what I used to call my magickal working. In this way it sort of improves your outlook on life, just the planning of the magick, before you even get to the physical working. At least that's my notion. anyway, I do realize it's time to stop with the speculation and start the serious study. Appreciate all the feedback.

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Timing vs. Ingredients

Unread post by jazzie » Thu Apr 23, 2009 6:31 pm

Hello,

I have a tad bit of a dilemma here.

I am looking forward to do a honey jar for my lover. I have his hair but no sexual fluids. Well, I have a condom he wore but it is empty. And I also have a condom with semen but it is inside a honey jar that I abandoned working on. *blushes*

I want to do this honey jar on May 1(Friday, start of the waxing moon) but... I have the desire of getting the sexual fluids since it seems this would be more effective. I won't be able to get sexual fluids from him until the week of May 4 (Monday). So, I could do it on May 8 then (which is a Friday), however, the full moon will be on May 9, which means that the beginning phase of this honey jar would take place during the waning moon, which I don't care much for at all.

Honestly, I am not one of those people who is zealous with correspondences but the waning/waxing stages do appeal to me.

So, I have two options here. I can either do the honey jar on May 1 and use the hair, or get the sexual fluid and do it one day before the full moon, of course there is no gaurantee for the semen since it is not predicted.

Would someone please give me some insight on this?

Thanks.

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Re: Timing vs. Ingredients

Unread post by Apo » Thu Apr 23, 2009 9:11 pm

Why not retake the working on the old honey jar? and start working it that day?

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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Fri Apr 24, 2009 4:02 am

I agree with APO just rework the old honey jar, and the new honey jar with just his hair. Then when you get his sexual fluids again, you can work that as well. I mean I dont see the big deal as long as you start the honey jar during the waxing moon. Personally, I understand where you are coming from because I am very adamant when it comes to the days of the week. But I think you will be okay starting it during the waxing moon if you want to wait for his semen and all that good stuff. If not just work with his hair, its still a biological sample.
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Re: Timing vs. Ingredients

Unread post by Lukianos » Fri Apr 24, 2009 4:47 am

Hi Jazzie,
jazzie wrote: I am looking forward to do a honey jar for my lover. I have his hair but no sexual fluids. Well, I have a condom he wore but it is empty. And I also have a condom with semen but it is inside a honey jar that I abandoned working on. *blushes*

I want to do this honey jar on May 1(Friday, start of the waxing moon) but... I have the desire of getting the sexual fluids since it seems this would be more effective. I won't be able to get sexual fluids from him until the week of May 4 (Monday). So, I could do it on May 8 then (which is a Friday), however, the full moon will be on May 9, which means that the beginning phase of this honey jar would take place during the waning moon, which I don't care much for at all.

Honestly, I am not one of those people who is zealous with correspondences but the waning/waxing stages do appeal to me.

So, I have two options here. I can either do the honey jar on May 1 and use the hair, or get the sexual fluid and do it one day before the full moon, of course there is no gaurantee for the semen since it is not predicted.
You actually have a third option, and that is to use components from the first honey jar as part of the new honey jar. For the type of work you a re undertaking, sexual fluids are highly desirable; that said, it is far better to do the work with what you have, than to not do the work at all because everything is not 'perfect'.

If you truly feel that strongly re: the timing of the waxing/waning phases of the moon for this work, I would suggest starting the honey jar May 1, using what you have on hand already (the hair, the empty condom, stuff from the old honey jar, etc.). If you are able to get additional personal concerns later, that's great (save them for future works, start a new honey jar, etc.). If not, you've lost nothing. Either way, you'll have the work up and running.

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Re: Timing vs. Ingredients

Unread post by jazzie » Fri Apr 24, 2009 10:05 pm

Thanks.

But, isn't working two honey jars for the same person overkill?
I mean, if I started a later honey jar with the fresher ingredients, then I would have to do a different petition....no?
What else can I do with the sexual fluids other than a honey jar and a mojo bag?

Also, if I start a nation sack/mojo bag with hair, can I add the sexual fluid to the hand later?

And, is it true that one must feeld lodestones added to a honey jar? That is, one would be required to open the honey a few times a week in order to feed the lodestones with magnetic sand.

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Unread post by Miss Bri » Sat Apr 25, 2009 1:17 pm

jazzie wrote:Thanks.

But, isn't working two honey jars for the same person overkill?
I mean, if I started a later honey jar with the fresher ingredients, then I would have to do a different petition....no?
What else can I do with the sexual fluids other than a honey jar and a mojo bag?

Also, if I start a nation sack/mojo bag with hair, can I add the sexual fluid to the hand later?

And, is it true that one must feeld lodestones added to a honey jar? That is, one would be required to open the honey a few times a week in order to feed the lodestones with magnetic sand.

Hi there,
Working two honey jars for the same person is not overkill, but you don't have to work both jars. You can transfer the contents of the old jar to a new jar, adding the other materials that you have, and then ritually dispose of the old jar. You can write and anoint a new petition. You could use sexual fluids to anoint candles for use in a candle spell, but putting them in a honey jar or a mojo bag make sense to me because you will be keeping both of those objects around a lot longer where with a candle, once it has burned up, its gone.

Typically I suggest that you start on making a mojo bag when you have all of the ingredients that you need to make the hand, opening up mojo bags several times is not really advised.

A honey jar is a bottle spell, just another form of container spell just like a mojo bag so we treat lodestones in our honey jars the same way that we treat them in a mojo bag, you sprinkle them with magnetic sand and then put them inside the jar and that is considered their feeding and you do not need to repeat it.

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Re: Timing vs. Ingredients

Unread post by jazzie » Sat Apr 25, 2009 10:46 pm

Thanks Bri.

Now, how can sexual fluids be added to mojo hands/nation sacks?

I read the info on nation sacks via LM but what if I don't want to tie the person's nature? Do I just add the sexual fluid-covered string to the nation sack?

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Spell Timing: Planetary influences / Days of the Week

Unread post by jwmcclin » Tue Jun 02, 2009 7:16 pm

Does anyone follow planetary influences for spell casting?
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Re: Planetary influence

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Wed Jun 03, 2009 8:01 pm

Some do, some don't. The Moon is the "planet" most commonly consulted for its influences in hoodoo. There have been hoodoo workers who have used astrology going back to at least the early 20th century, probably earlier. That's why we make Planetary and Zodiacal oils, incense, powders, and bath crystals at Lucky Mojo -- because some hoodoo practitoners do like to work with them.

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http://luckymojo.com/planetary.html

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http://luckymojo.com/zodiacal.html

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Unread post by jwmcclin » Thu Jun 04, 2009 11:19 am

Thanks cat. I am currently working during phases of the planets and see some success. I wanted to know if others in the community consider this timing more effective. I want to be an effective worker.
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Re: Planetary influence

Unread post by Mama Micki » Fri Jun 05, 2009 6:48 pm

An easy way to work with planetary influences is to use the days of the week.
Here's a quick list:
Sunday (Sun) - Success, fame, healing, wealth, men
Monday (Moon) - Dreams, visions, psychic power, home, family, women
Tuesday (Mars) - Courage, power, energy, war, victory over enemies
Wednesday (Mercury) - Communication, messages, trickery, gambling, removing obstacles
Thursday (Jupiter) - Wealth, power, luck, knowledge, expansion
Friday (Venus) - Love, sex, beauty, luxury, money
Saturday (Saturn) - Work, limitations, obstacles

There are also deities, saints, angels, colors, numbers, herbs, etc. that correspond with each planet.
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Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Jun 06, 2009 3:46 pm

Thanks Mama Micki. I have this list and have read it and trying to use the various planetary influences. I want to be effective and when one thing doesn't bring results, I try another and the planetary influences work.
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Unread post by Mama Micki » Sun Jun 07, 2009 9:47 am

I don't know if Cat covers this in her book; I ordered it but haven't received it yet. Most spellbooks have correspondence tables that you can use to enhance your spells. The key word is "enhance." Don't worry about everything being perfectly aligned; if you do, you'll never attempt anything. A simple spell can work as well, often better, than a complicated one.
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Mercury Retrograde

Unread post by jwmcclin » Tue Jun 09, 2009 4:08 am

Does anyone know when Mercury retrograde is in effect? Is there a calendar on the web as a resource? Also I was reading about Mercury going direct...what does this mean? What type of spells should be casted during this time?
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Re: Mercury Retrograde

Unread post by SilverStar » Tue Jun 09, 2009 8:54 am

http://www.skyscript.co.uk/merc_ret.html

BUT it is better to use a software like at astro.com, because you can only get the exact dates if the software takes into consideration the place where you live. Otherwise these tables can be a day off. The next Mercury retrograde will start in early September.

Mercury retrogrades can affect (mess up) communication. However, retrogrades of any sort can be times of revisiting, so a Merc retro can bring back people you lost contact with.

Mercury is direct = it stops being retrograde.

I'm not sure this stuff is used in hoodoo, but I love astrology :)

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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Tue Jun 09, 2009 12:12 pm

The best types of spells to cast during mercury retrograde are break up spells to mess up communication.
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Reply cleopatra: Planetary influence

Unread post by butterfly2 » Wed Jun 10, 2009 4:39 pm

Hey there Mama Micki. Thanks so much for your list! It is very helpful & i have taken note of it.

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specific moon for specifc spell work

Unread post by butterfly2 » Sun Jun 21, 2009 2:52 am

hi lm fam. im trying to get a lamen's understanding of when to do which kind of work (ex:breakup, draw love, send enemy away, get a good job, increase money, ignite passion with lover, gain wisdom, gain clarity, remove negative influences around me, remove curses off me or another, cleanse myself, protect myself & home, blessing, etc.) with certain moon phases (new, full, waxing, waning, etc.) & its still rather confusing. can soemone sorta break this down for me?

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Re: specific moon for specifc spell work

Unread post by Chagrinedgirl » Sun Jun 21, 2009 2:42 pm

Bringing good things to you (like money or love work)=waxing moon (since it's getting bigger); getting rid of things, enemy work = waning moon (since it's dwindling away.)
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Unread post by jwmcclin » Thu Jul 09, 2009 3:47 pm

So if you burn a road opener candle during this phase of the moon (wanning) not good? right?
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Re: specific moon for specifc spell work

Unread post by Miss Bri » Thu Jul 09, 2009 3:52 pm

jwmcclin wrote:So if you burn a road opener candle during this phase of the moon (wanning) not good? right?
Actually, I have done very succesful road opening work during the waning moon, as the moon wanes the roadblock in your way is reduced until there is nothing left.

Generally speaking, rules regarding timing in conjure work are not as strict as they are in other magical systems--we do work as it needs to be done--certain moon phases for certain kinds of work are suggested but certainly not required. And, if the moon is not working in your favor at the time you need to do a certain spell you can always use the planetary hours instead.

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What day to start/end a spell?

Unread post by honey » Sun Jul 19, 2009 7:43 am

If a spell is lasting x number of days, is it ideal to start the spell on the day that corresponds with the work (Tuesday enemy work, Friday love, etc.) or end the spells on that day?

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Re: What day to start/end a spell?

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its is ideal to start the work on the day that goes a long with the goal. And the number of days depends on the goal and adds some more power to the spell because your repeating it over a certain amount of days.
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Re: What day to start/end a spell?

Unread post by Miss Bri » Sun Jul 19, 2009 4:56 pm

honey wrote:If a spell is lasting x number of days, is it ideal to start the spell on the day that corresponds with the work (Tuesday enemy work, Friday love, etc.) or end the spells on that day?
I time my work to start on the appropriate day--like love work on Friday, but and then I finish it during the appropriate planetary hour. So if I was doing a 9 day love spell I would start it on a Friday, and end it on the following Saturday during the hour of venus.

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Re: What day to start/end a spell?

Unread post by honey » Mon Jul 20, 2009 4:13 pm

Good to know, thank you.

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Re: What day to start/end a spell?

Unread post by rickets » Mon Jul 20, 2009 5:21 pm

Tuesday is a good day for any work. Monday is also good because it opens the road to opportunities, thats not just for Papa Legba in haitian vodou.

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Re: What day to start/end a spell?

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tuesday is the day of war. it would be good for any kind of negative work or for physical power,and passion (with a violent aspect to it) but i do not think it would be a good day for love necessarily or reconcilation
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Re: What day to start/end a spell?

Unread post by MaJiG_GarDen » Sat Jul 25, 2009 12:30 pm

starsinthesky7 wrote:tuesday is the day of war. it would be good for any kind of negative work or for physical power,and passion (with a violent aspect to it) but i do not think it would be a good day for love necessarily or reconcilation
the full moon in july was on a tuesday and thats when i did a reconciliation spell. what you just said..would that mean the spell wasn't effective enough even though it was during a full moon?? :?

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Re: What day to start/end a spell?

Unread post by keeperoftherubyshoes » Sat Jul 25, 2009 12:56 pm

Here's some info from one of my resources- hope it is helpful :-)
Full Moon
This is a time when the Moon is at its most powerful, and the magic most potent. Performing any positive spell at this time will achieve good results. Since the full moon only truly occurs for one night out of the entire lunar cycle, it can be hard to fit it into your schedule. You can harness the energy of the full moon for about 2 days before or after the night the moon is truly full.
Spells: Artistic projects, love, romance, fertility, psychic abilities or making decisions. Also healing, guidance, and completion spells.

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Re: What day to start/end a spell?

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keeperoftherubyshoes wrote:Here's some info from one of my resources- hope it is helpful :-)
Full Moon
This is a time when the Moon is at its most powerful, and the magic most potent. Performing any positive spell at this time will achieve good results. Since the full moon only truly occurs for one night out of the entire lunar cycle, it can be hard to fit it into your schedule. You can harness the energy of the full moon for about 2 days before or after the night the moon is truly full.
Spells: Artistic projects, love, romance, fertility, psychic abilities or making decisions. Also healing, guidance, and completion spells.


ooh ok i understand now..
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when is the best day

Unread post by dolly » Fri Aug 14, 2009 1:59 pm

Hi Guys, I would like to asked when is the best day and time to do the 1.BREAK-UP, 2 INTRAQUILITY 3 RECONCILLATION??
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emergency question on timing!

Unread post by loveliesbleeding » Fri Aug 14, 2009 6:11 pm

Hi all,

For a 21 day working to fix a triple strength mojo this month the work will have to start on Saturday. I am worried to start it on Saturday because this is the day of difficulty or when you work curses, yet it will have to be started on saturday if I am to stick with the instructions for the 21 days. Should I start the love drawing mojo work on a more auspicious day like Friday or does it not matter? Will I still be okay if I finish the work one day before the full moon (it will be at 99% according to my calendar if I start on auspicious friday rather than saturday)?

Please anyone help me with a quick reply on this. I'm really confused as I don't want to cross up my own work by starting it on the wrong day but i don't even know if that is important in such a long working as this.

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Re: when is the best day

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Fri Aug 14, 2009 6:28 pm

1. Break up-Tuesday or Saturday...
2. intranquil-we already talked about this but if its for reconcilation Monday, or Friday. Wednesday is good too since its the day of communication and mental things You could do it on Thursday too since its a forceful spell and is about dominating someone.
3. Reconcilliation- Monday, or Friday.
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Re: emergency question on timing!

Unread post by DaSkokieOkie » Sat Aug 15, 2009 6:48 am

I hope my reply gets to you quick enough. :)

I have this problem also, do this on Day X Y or Z but it's not a 'good' day for that. Like in your case. For your situation maybe consider going to Google, look up planetary hours, and find an hour that fits what you are working on.

I get confused sometimes by thinking, okay, I have to do this work for 7 days, but what defines the end of a day? Midnight, or sunrise? I don't know how strongly that whole "hours thing" fits into hoodoo.

Maybe someone who knows a whole lot more than I do can shed light on it.

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Re: emergency question on timing!

Unread post by keeperoftherubyshoes » Sat Aug 15, 2009 9:57 am

Hi Guys!
Let me take a shot at this & see if I can help a bit.
JJ, looking at planetary hours is a good idea. Now, a day starts at Sunrise- that is hour 1. As to how strongly that works within Hoodoo, I don't know, but I personally use it. It also has been discussed on the board that in order to draw things to you, you should work in the morning, at a time where both hands of the clock are coming up, like 6:31-7 Am. For situations where you want to get rid of something, you do the opposite- night, both hands going down on the clock.
So, LB, I would be working my love drawing mojo this morning either right now- Mercury hour for communication or in the 11:30 range- Jupiter increases your personal power, and that would be good here too. The Venus hour is 12 noon.
Hope I didn't way over complicate this for you!

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Re: emergency question on timing!

Unread post by path2success » Sat Aug 15, 2009 10:09 am

From where do we get this referrnce - Venus hour , Mercury hour etc? I have to rush to work in the morning so I end up doing all my spells in the night :(

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Re: emergency question on timing!

Unread post by Turnsteel » Sat Aug 15, 2009 10:24 am

path2success wrote:From where do we get this referrnce - Venus hour , Mercury hour etc? I have to rush to work in the morning so I end up doing all my spells in the night :(
Google planetary hours.
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Re: when is the best day

Unread post by dolly » Sat Aug 15, 2009 10:07 pm

Thank you starsinthesky very nice of you.
What time do you think shall i cast it? do you recommend this series...breakup, reconcillation then intraquil? As far as i know break up is 7 days straight ,right? am i going to do it repeated all over again the same instruction and dressing it for 7 days? thank you...

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Re: when is the best day

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Sat Aug 15, 2009 10:46 pm

I do all my spells at night because the targets are less resistant. So I am not to keen on the actual time. I do my break up spells for 9 days straight. That is just what I have been taught. No you do not dress it over and over for 7 days, but you will do the prayer or petition over that many days.
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Re: when is the best day

Unread post by dolly » Mon Aug 17, 2009 6:12 pm

Thanks guy very nice of you. Is it ok to cast the break up tomorow morning or I mean in the morning or noon.I asked this because I'll be alone at home since in morning 8am till 2pm.how was the effect
of the spell casting not at night?

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Re: when is the best day

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Aug 17, 2009 6:28 pm

Well if thats the best time you can concentrate on the spell time then you should do that. I think you would be find as long as you are consistent.
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Re: emergency question on timing!

Unread post by DaSkokieOkie » Mon Aug 17, 2009 9:25 pm

Good luck. :)

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Re: when is the best day

Unread post by dolly » Mon Aug 17, 2009 10:36 pm

I'm now reading the instruction, I don't have their personal item, so how can I perform the bottle with nails, needle, dog cat I have nothing to mix their personal item. What should I do, I think I'm in trouble. Idont have picture or birthdate of the girl though I saw her in person, were in different state there is no way to get information about her and personal belonging. They lived in gated secured apartment and the girl is illegal only stayed at home. Please help what should I do. How can I cast this breakup spell so much nothing I don't have.thanks

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