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Basic General All-Purpose Hoodoo Shopping List Suggestions

Unread post by fausto » Thu Jun 18, 2009 5:44 am

What are some herbs/minerals that anyone - not just professional workers, but anyone who practices hoodoo - should have on hand? Which are the most commonly used?

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Re: Basic Necessities

Unread post by Turnsteel » Thu Jun 18, 2009 6:02 am

* Lodestone/s and
* Magnetic sand
* Salt
* Angelica Root

All three of the John roots
* High John the Conqueror
* Little John to Chew / Court Case Root
* Dixie John (Southern John

Thats a very basic list but it covers a lot.
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Re: Basic Necessities

Unread post by Chagrinedgirl » Thu Jun 18, 2009 12:38 pm

I keep some
* hyssop or
* 13 Herb Bath for cleansing, and
* Florida Water to wipe down candles, new candleholders and altar tools, etc.
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Unread post by Miss Bri » Thu Jun 18, 2009 3:35 pm

Hi there,

I would add to the above lists:

* Lemongrass
* Five Finger Grass
* Sage
* Solomon's Seal Root
* Deer's Tongue Leaf
* Cinnamon
* Cumin
* Black Pepper
* Red Pepper
* Honey
* Alum
* Sulphur
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MUST HAVES

Unread post by detached » Sun Oct 18, 2009 5:37 pm

hello 2 every1, i wanna kno wat r sum of the oils/powders/candles, etc., that u consider a MUST HAVE. when i ask this, i mean like stuff u use everyday, whether it's on urself or in ur house.

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Unread post by thelightfantastic » Sun Oct 18, 2009 7:03 pm

I've read numerous times that
* Special Oil No. 20 and
* white candles
are good things to always have on hand because both can be used for just about anything.

Other must haves would be
* hyssop herbs and
* a sage bundle for cleansing which is very important.

I think "must haves" really depends on what kind of work one focuses on.
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Re: MUST HAVES

Unread post by Turnsteel » Mon Oct 19, 2009 3:30 am

For me,
* Van Van oil,
* High John root, oil,and powder,
* red flannel bags,
* Chinese wash (much more traditional than smoking with sage),
* Crossing oil,
* Uncrossing oil, powder, bath crystals, and incense,
* Fast Luck oil,
* 7-11 Holy Oil,
* Queen Elisabeth root and oil,
* Angelica root,
* Sampson Snake root,
* deers tongue,
* tobacco,
* Low John,
* Lodestones in different sizes, a few matched sets,
* Magnetic sand.
* White, green, red, black, purple, and blue candles in different shapes and sizes,
* a pencil and
* brown paper torn from a paper bag.

That's just what I can think of off the top of my head.
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Re: MUST HAVES

Unread post by cabriellenil » Mon Oct 19, 2009 8:01 am

Yes - I'm also a big fan of
* Van Van oil and powder, and
* Chinese Wash, though sometimes I use
* Ammonia to cleanse my apartment.

My other favorite oils are
* Attraction,
* Fast Luck,
* Money Drawing,
* Love Me,
* Follow Me Boy,
* Crown of Success.

As for herbs, roots, and minerals-
* deer's tongues for eloquence, communication in a relationship;
* master root,
* high john for power;
* cinnamon for love and money;
* benzoin gum powder for incense and self-fumigation.
* Lodestones and
* magnetic sands are essential.

I also have
* white, red, green, purple and yellow candles stocked up,
* color pencils,
* brown bag paper.
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Re: MUST HAVES

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Mon Oct 19, 2009 12:19 pm

In addition to these all-around lists, there is also a list of items that rootworking parents like to have around as "school supplies" -- that is, spiritual goods used in spells for helping kids do well in school. It is in the section of the forum about family conjure, here:

spell-casting-do-you-have-all-of-your-s ... 14820.html
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Re: MUST HAVES

Unread post by Devi Spring » Mon Oct 19, 2009 12:50 pm

Daily (or near daily) use around here is
* Van Van oil,
* Florida Water,
* Kosher/blessed salt,
* frankincense resin,
* sage.

Stuff that gets used weekly for me personally (not client work),
* Prosperity oil,
* Wealthy Way oil,
* Money House Blessing oil,
* Attraction oil,
* 7-11 Holy Oil,
* Fiery Wall of Protection oil, and
* Fast-Luck oil (I pretty much add it to most everything that is related to drawing work...I need to order a 4oz bottle of this really soon, actually).

I have a specimen size
* lodestone, 5lbs.
It is on my permanent money altar and gets fed weekly with
* Magnetic Sand and the money oils mentioned above.

Also on that alter are several lucky statues and icons of deities associated with prosperity that also get dressed in the money oils weekly.

That's the stuff that gets used MOST often.
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General All-Purpose Hoodoo Shopping List Suggestions

Unread post by faith2008 » Tue Dec 29, 2009 6:49 am

I am fairly new to hoodoo and other than a few oils I have on order I really don't have much in the way of supplies. I do have some candles of various colors but I was wondering if someone could recommend some basic supplies that I will need. Mainly for luck, uncrossing, and love spells and a few good books to start with. Also maybe some basic herbs to start with. I did a search for beginner supplies but didn't come up with anything.
thanks in advance for your help.

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Re: supplies for a beginner

Unread post by mommystwin27 » Tue Dec 29, 2009 8:32 am

Great question, I want to know this too, I feel so unorganized right now lol.

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Re: supplies for a beginner

Unread post by Turnsteel » Tue Dec 29, 2009 11:01 am

Get Ms.Cats book,
* Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic.
You'll come to swear by it.

As for herbs, well, that depends utterly on you and the kind of work you are going to do, again, Ms.Cat's book, "Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic" is a great resource for this.

As for products to use for the specific goals you mentioned, namely luck, uncrossing, and love -- buying sachet powders,oils and incense is very good.

For luck there is a huge selection to chose from, everything from the short lived but oh so fast,
* Fast Luck to
* Lady Luck for the risk takers.

For uncrossing, their is a formula called
* Uncrossing, believe it or not thats what you need,lol.

And with love again there is a huge verity of formulas, simple look through Lucky Mojo's extensive catalog.
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Re: supplies for a beginner

Unread post by faith2008 » Tue Dec 29, 2009 11:03 am

Glad to know it's not just me, lol. There's just so much information to absorb and I've been reading as much as possible but as far as supplies there are just soooo many different things out there and I'd just like to know a few basics that are good to have on hand. I'm looking forward to hearing from someone with some experience that can give me some good advice.

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Re: supplies for a beginner

Unread post by faith2008 » Tue Dec 29, 2009 11:06 am

Thank you so much for the advice and taking the time to reply to me. It is greatly appreciated!

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Re: supplies for a beginner

Unread post by Mama Micki » Tue Dec 29, 2009 11:58 am

faith2008,

Be more specific about what you wish to accomplish.

For example, if you want a long-term relationship,
* Marriage,
* Stay With Me;
to heat up an existing relationship,
* Fire of Love;
to keep a lover or spouse faithful,
• Stay At Home;
or to attract potential lovers,
* Look Me Over,
Attraction.

Likewise, if you want gambling luck,
* Fast Luck,
* Lady Luck,
* Lucky 13
* Lucky Number
* Black Cat;
or luck in business or a career,
* Money Drawing,
* Crown of Success,
* Wealthy Way,
* Prosperity;
or just some extra cash,
* Money House Blessing
* Money Stay With Me.

Each of these conditions will require a different formula. Fortunately, LM has something for everyone.
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Re: supplies for a beginner

Unread post by faith2008 » Tue Dec 29, 2009 12:19 pm

Well tomorrow I'm having a reading done so I'm hoping my path will be a bit more clear to me.

My husband has moved out recently and I am torn as to whether to move on (we've had a rocky relationship but we have two children together) or to move on with someone else. There is someone that I've known for a long time that I care for deeply, but I don't know how he feels about me and I'm not sure that he is even interested in having a relationship with anyone. So basically I am just looking for some basic supplies for love, luck, uncrossing (I feel as if I've been jinxed) and just other good things to have around.

Also where is a good place to get a good understanding of what different colored candles are good for.

So far I have ordered Cat's book as per the suggestion above (thanks) and several oils and powders along with some candle holders to use on top of a honey jar. Also I posted another question about the honey jar I have working now and any help with that would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!

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Re: supplies for a beginner

Unread post by GoddessMojo » Tue Dec 29, 2009 12:57 pm

faith2008 ,

I still consider myself new and inexperienced. But I think most of us generally need good cleansing and protection; and one can think of conditions that might arise in the course of day to day life that they would like to be able to address quickly without waiting for an order, such as general love, stopping gossip or fighting, bringing or keeping money, protection from crossing, healing of health or other issues.

You want to think about the things we do in hoodoo-
• plain colored floor and body washes,
• plain colored candle burnings (and dressing),
• plain colored mojo bags,
• plain colored laying tricks for others.

Then think about the issues that you most often want to address, then go from there to order a variety of products that might meet many needs.

I figured out what my basics were by studying spells, seeing what was most commonly used, what products that I could not obtain in my own back yard had the most uses, and ordering those plus the herbs I feel a personal affinity with. As you are reading the site and forums make note of the spells that draw your interest- these will tell you what you, personally, should keep on hand.

I highly recommend getting some
• Chinese Wash - great for cleansing all around and it smells amazing.
• Florida water
• Hoyt's cologne
• Van Van oil as a good all purpose road opener and protection, and to anoint any amulets- I use mine almost every day these days.

If you have a love, perhaps some products to keep them. If not, some to draw the love you want.

For uncrossing and cleansing
• 13 Herb bath is used a lot, and it seems like something smart to always have on-hand.

I keep a supply of
• white household candles, often some
• plain colored taper candles,
• plain colored novena candles,

I keep the following oils around all the time too, to dress them:
• Master Key,
• Love Me,
• Essence of Bend over, and
• Money Drawing oils

• Cinnamon powder,
• sage,
• Deer's tongue,
• devil's shoestrings,
• rosemary if you are female,
• cardamom seeds,
• star anise,
• chamomile,
• catnip,
• rose petals,
• john the conqueror root,
all come to mind as mentioned regularly here.

For sprinkling,
• John the Conquerer Sachet Powder is good too.

Get some altar tools and supplies:
• brown paper bags for petitions,
• something to burn incense in,
• a good carrier oil (almond oil is good) for diluting prepared oils,
• an eye dropper,
• something meaningful for inscribing candles for you,
• a small bottle of good whiskey.
These are things you will most certainly need at some point.

Another pointer for beginners- I found, and still find, a lot of comfort and spiritual growth comes from tending to my altar space daily, whether working on something or not. Just taking a few minutes to organize my supplies, cleansing it, lighting some incense, and saying a short prayer at it...helped me to develop a feeling of being more 'on top' of it and in touch with it, less disorganized and overwhelmed- especially when I first started.

Good Luck!
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Re: supplies for a beginner

Unread post by Devi Spring » Tue Dec 29, 2009 2:12 pm

As others have stated, having gotten
• Miss Cat's book,
I would work on getting very good at various cleansings and protections. That will serve you very well all through your practice.
• Cleansing supplies will ALWAYS be needed.
If you're working a lot, then
• Protection supplies will ALWAYS be needed.

Simple drawing works would be next on the docket. So get
• Drawing supplies related to what you are working on at the momen t(money, love, job, frendship,luck, etc.).

I finally have a very well stocked hoodoo apothecary as I try to order a bit more than I will need for any work that I do - that way I have supplies for that kind of work left over and in my stock after I am finished! Keep that up for a few years and you'll find that you have a very good collection.
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Re: supplies for a beginner

Unread post by supper » Tue Dec 29, 2009 2:50 pm

I am planning on also Miss Cat's book it will answer alot of my question as well as this forum.....
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Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Tue Dec 29, 2009 3:57 pm

Here the supplies I always recommend to any beginner or neophyte to this path:

Books:
• miss cat's Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic (absolutely great start and finish for herb work. Comes with dozens of spells that you can work at home).
• The Master Book of Candle Burning by Henri Gamache
• Magic Simplifed by Draja Mickaharic (a bit dogmatic, but overall good principles to learn)
• Spiritual Cleansing by Draja Mickaharic
• The Magic Candle by Charmine Dey

Cleansing:
• Chinese Floor Wash,
• Hoyt's Cologne, and
• Florida Water.

Oils/Powders/Incense:
There are groups of oils/powders/baths/incenses you want to work with. Buy two or three from each category:
1. Visionary (Psychic Vision, Aunt Sally's Lucky Dream)
2. Success (Crown of Success, Master, Steady Work)
3. Money Drawing (Money Stay With Me, Money Drawing)
4. Blessing/cleansing (Healing, Blessing)
5. Court cases (Law Keep Away, Court Case)
6. Love (Fire of Love, Love Me)
7. Protection (Fiery Wall of Protection, Protection)
8. Power (Commanding, Compelingl, Essence of Bend Over)
9. Reversal (Uncrossing, Road Opener, Reversing)
10. Crossing/Revenge (Break Up, Hot Foot, Crossing).

In addition to the condition incense powders mentioned above, consider getting a few resin incenses like
• Myrrh,
• Dragon's Blood,
• Frankensince).

Candles:
Get the package deals on candles from Lucky Mojo. You get a dozen of different colors at a discount. This will cover you for all your cases. Mix up your candles too, get
• Mixed dozen 4" candles
• Mixed dozen 6" candles and
• Mixed dozen 9" jumbo candles.
Throw in a few figurine candles,
• Adam and Eve,
• Devil,
• Genitalia.
The colors of the figural candles can be determined by what you want to focus on first.

Herbs/curios:
Simply look through the Hoodoo at a Glance list and choose what suits your conditions:
http://www.luckymojo.com/hoodooataglance.html
But these are a must:
• Calamus Root,
• Licorice Root,
• Tobacco,
• John the Conqueror Root,
• Queen Elizabeth Root,
• 1 large lodestone,
• a pair of matched lodestones,
• magnetic sand,
• black pepper,
• salt,
• cinnamon,
• devil's shoe string,
• ginger, and
• mustard seeds.

Tools:
• Pins and needles (lots of them)
• mojo bags
• Incense burner (Lucky Mojo offers a few great ones)
• Snuffer (this is great to snuff candles and to make the incense cones.)
• paper and pencils and different color pens.
• If you don't want to use the pins to iinscribe or carve your candles get a carver.
• Candle holders (the star ones from LM are afforable and neat)
• Aluminum foil
• heat resistant plates.

That should cover it. lol. I used to give this list to all my new students. It's a lot of materials, but remember you don't need to buy them all at once, but over time you'll probably use all these products so this is what you should look for.

Good luck.
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Re: supplies for a beginner

Unread post by faith2008 » Tue Dec 29, 2009 6:36 pm

Thanks so much for all the great advice. I really appreciate everyone taking the time to be so thorough for me. I have already ordered several things on the lists but now I feel like I have a better idea of what I need to be looking at. There's just so much stuff it's almost overwhelming for me at least.

Thanks again!

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My First Lucky Mojo Order/Customer Recommendations

Unread post by Simbi_Dlo » Fri Mar 19, 2010 11:48 am

Greetings everyone, I hope all is well! I finally received my first package of LM supplies yesterday! I ordered a bottle each of
• Lavender Love Drops oil,
• Q oil, and a
• Lavender Love Drops Mojo hand.
First I just want to say what excellent condition everything arrived in, and how well the bottles of oil were wrapped up! Everything in there smells fantastic! I've always heard that LM products are very high quality, and it's so true! The oils feel amazing, and don't leave the skin greasy or goopy like other oils I have used in the past, and the smell LASTS! I was smelling good all day long! I haven't decided on how I want to use the Mojo hand yet ( whether for a specific person or not ), but I can't wait to fire that Mojo hand up ( which also smells amazing by the way! ) Another thing that I like quite a bit, is the instructions that come with the Mojo Hand. They are very clear and easy to understand! I also like how there is a list of the different things that are in the bag and a description of it's use. I will definitely be a repeat customer! Thank you Miss. Cat and all the others at Lucky Mojo!

Blessings,

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Unread post by jwmcclin » Fri Mar 19, 2010 1:22 pm

Welcome Simbi_Dlo --

Your list of products, which is gay-oriented reminds me to post a list of oils, bath crystals, incenses, and sachet powders popular for sexual workings:

• Fire of Love
• Love Me
• Lavender Love
• Q
• Kiss Me Now!
• Follow Me Girl
• Follow Me Boy
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Re: First LM order!

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I absolutely swear by the Lucky Mojo
• King Solomon products
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products that would be best to keep on hand

Unread post by niteraptor » Wed Aug 11, 2010 7:35 pm

i am about to get my order together and i would like to know what people consider the best of the best to keep on hand.
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Re: products that would be best to keep on hand

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I consider the following to be keepers
• Van Van Oil (http://www.luckymojo.com/vanvan.html)
• Special Oil #20 (http://www.luckymojo.com/specialoilno20.html)
• Crown of Success Oil (http://www.luckymojo.com/crownofsuccess.html)
• Fiery Wall of Protection Oil (http://www.luckymojo.com/fierywall.html)
• Money Drawing Oil (http://www.luckymojo.com/moneydrawing.html)
• Peaceful Home Oil (http://www.luckymojo.com/peacefulhome.html)
• Uncrossing Oil (http://www.luckymojo.com/uncrossing.html)
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Re: products that would be best to keep on hand

Unread post by niteraptor » Thu Aug 12, 2010 5:40 pm

thank you everyone!

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Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by preppieroots » Wed Sep 08, 2010 2:50 pm

Hi,

I am going to the Lucky Mojo store soon, and really need help in narrowing down my "to buy" list. (I am thinking of trying to keep the total at or below $150.00) I will need some basic stuff, especially items that can be used to complete my course work (for the LM Rootwork course) but I also want to add to my growing stock of the most needed or most useful items in a (would be) root worker's bag of tricks. I have been trying to make a list of things I plan to buy, but each time I sit down and start browsing the LM catalog, the list grows to a ridiculous size.

Do you all have an opinion about whether oils are more important to have on hand versus powders? Or should roots and herbs be more of my focus? The things I am certain about are (so far) a triple strength Mojo bag, some Fiery Wall sachet powder and incense ( I do have the oil already), camphor, Queen Elizabeth roots, Gravel root, Devil's Shoestring, Benzoin, Lodestones, Sandlewood chips, Licorice root, Cherry bark, Bloodroot, Lovage, Calamus root and for oils; Follow me Boy, Cleo May, Love Me, Attraction, Stay with Me, Fire of Love, Kiss me Now, Look me Over... and I realize I am way over my money limit! lol

If any of these above Love/Attraction oils are redundant, let me know, and I can remove them from the list... I have tried to get certain roots from other sources but their quality was just so underpar compared to LM's roots, so I do want to get the roots that would be a staple in any rootworker's pantry from Lucky Mojo. The roots I have listed are just the ones that I want at the moment, but if there are some really big ones that I have missed please let me know .... Also, if I would be better off getting a sachet powder rather than one of the oils I listed, feel free to tell me...that way, I can maybe get as much as I am wanting and still keep the cost under (or near) my limit.

Thank you for reading this and for nay help you may wish to give.
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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by Devi Spring » Wed Sep 08, 2010 4:06 pm

I would make sure you get some John the Conqueror roots - they are extremely useful in a wide variety of situations. I would never be without them personally.

As to whether you want oils or powders, it really depends on what kind of tricks you want to be using them with. Do you mostly work with candles? If so oils would likely be more practical. Do you do a lot of dressing of your body or items, foot track tricks, etc, then powders may be better for you.
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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by IBube » Wed Sep 08, 2010 4:54 pm

My most-used supplies are:

Astral oil for my zodiac sign
Attraction Oil
Blessing Hoodoo Incense
Crown of Success Oil
Purple and black candles are sometimes hard to find, so pick up a few
Chinese Wash is very useful
Parchment paper

I envy you for being able to go to the shop. I have to wait until my supplies come in the mail. Have fun!

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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by sunflower73 » Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:03 pm

honestly if you are going to visit there. I would personally ask them myself since they work there and they can tell you what to get and what you need. Also I would get a reading and perhaps maybe there, will be an opening for you there to get one not sure but it is worth a try.

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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:24 pm

Hey preppieroots-- wish I could tag along and be there!!! It sounds like you have a very good knowledge and prespective of what you want. Protection for you and your home and a partner that will love you but be very financially giving is that you wish to attract? Do I have that correctly?
Testiomony-- love the LM oils Can't be without. LM Fiery Wall of Protection, LMCrown of Success,LM Money Drawing, Lm Attraction and LM Vanvan are all a MUST. Consider too the LM Chinese Wash for the home. The Book which you may already have, Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic, by Miss Cat-- plus the great choices above that you listed AND the chance to hand pick per Devi's advice a John the Conquerer Root!!!
I also recommend a Lodestone. :)
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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Wed Sep 08, 2010 5:38 pm

IBube also brought up a VERY interesting point regarding the candles (color etc-- plus Lucky Mojo) in Adiition Parchment Paper-- I add a dozen sheets to every order now. 1.00.
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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by jwmcclin » Wed Sep 08, 2010 6:40 pm

Definitely a Planetary oil: Sun, Mercury, Venus, Moon, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, your zodiac oil, Cast off Evil, Healing oil, Master Key oil, Fast Luck, Special oil #20, Saltpeter, if you work with candles, consider the Adam & Eve (white, black, red), skull (white, black, red) and 4 inch (these are hard to find)...
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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by preppieroots » Wed Sep 08, 2010 8:10 pm

Woohoo!! Thanks so much for all of the replies!! You all are so helpful and well informed, I love this place.

Okay, to address all of the suggestions;Hi Devi, about the HJC, I have two, but I agree it is a root I need to have a good supply of. I do tend to use candles more than other avenues, so I will be sure to concentrate on the oils more than the powders. Thanks, Devi.

Hi IBube, Parchment paper is something I had not even considered! I usually use torn paper bag, but I will for sure put some on my list. I am well stocked on purple and black candles, Crown of Success, Chinese wash but am for sure putting Attraction oil on the list. I am still on the fence about what type of home blessing/cleansing type of incense I want.... and with two people mentioning the Zodiac/Planetary type oils, I need to have a closer look at those... Thank you, IBube.

Hi Triplethreat, yes, I am really wanting to streamline my house cleansing routine, and somehow use incense or candles to help with this, and though I do already have a partner (lol) we've been married quite a long time and I need to do some work to get things hopping again. :D I do have some Van Van but it's from a different source, and so I am thinking I will go ahead and get some LM Van Van, that or Special Oil #20...I will also put the Money drawing oil onto the list...Thanks for the help!

Hi jwmcclln, I will put one of the Planetary or Zodiac oils on my list, I need to give some thought to which one(s) I want to use... right now I am thinking I could go with a specific planet, and the zodiac sign that planet is in, in my natal chart...Cast Off Evil and Master Key sound like two I ought to include as well...I had considered putting saltpeter on my list, it seems like an ingredient I see a lot in different tricks/recipes, so I will be sure to get some! I don't know what to do about candles, I had been avoiding considering any just so as to keep my total down...but I hear you about how those specific ones are hard to find, I'll need to get out my calculator and see if I can work some candles into this list. Thank you for your input!!

And just to say, I am beside myself about going to LM, I feel like a little kid about to go to a magical toy/candy store. That's the major reason I am trying to make a coherent list, I just know as soon as I walk into the store I will lose my sh*t and forget everything I really need, but buy more than I had planned on!! It will be a huge feat of strength for me to keep this under my limit....so I am trying to be good and restrain myself and have a reasonable guideline just to keep my head straight. I wish you guys could come with me too! I'd love to share this shopping experience with people who are as excited about this stuff as I am! I will have hubby and two kids waiting for me in the car, so I cannot get too lost in my shopping delirium, they can only take so much!
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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Wed Sep 08, 2010 8:34 pm

Hey, Preppieroots -- the lists that folks gave you are great. You can also ask Robin what the most popular items are. They are popular for a reason! Do you know about our 4 ounce Rootworker's Special oils -- you choose a blend of any 1, 2, 3, or 4 oils and get 4 ounces for a significant savings over the 8 small bottles that have the same volume.

Also, as a student, do you need any supplies to finish your homework, such as roots and herbs, a red flannel bag, an empty bottle in which to present your oil?

Finally, for a very useful quick-list of products and how they are used, see

Hoodoo at a Glance:
http://luckymojo.com/hoodooataglance.html

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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by preppieroots » Wed Sep 08, 2010 9:12 pm

HI Catherine! Thanks for the reply and all of the information in it! I am going tomorrow morning-ish, maybe I'll be there by 10 or a little earlier... I will be the one with the stunned wide eyed look on my face (and most likely a huge grin)!

I saw some posts about the Rootworker's special oils, and had thought about it, but I am not sure about what I'd want to mix together, and what I'd want to keep in the original state... I may change my mind about that though.

I am definitely going to be getting things for my course work, I think mostly roots, but I may want to add in some curios as well... (I am not quite sure what I will use in my homework mojo, but whatever it is, I don't want it to be the last of it, root and curio wise, so I want to stock up on certain ones, especially HJC and Queen Elizabeth and maybe Angelica, as well as lodestones) I am all set on Mojo bags and flannel, but may be in the market for some bottles. (I have a weakness for cool, little bottles!)

I am really excited to finally go to your store!! And I eagerly look forward to meeting you. :D Thanks so much for the gracious invitation to a reading, but I am not sure about how much time I will get before the kids start a mutiny....and it's probably too short of notice to expect you to have an opening. But if things should happily (and magically) fall into place, I'll definitely take you up on that offer!

PS sorry about the excessive use of exclamation points...It's just that I am all jacked up about this shopping trip. :D
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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Thu Sep 09, 2010 3:12 am

Hi -- Sorry my wording caused a misunderstanding -- i did not offer to schedule a reading when i wrote, "I have readings scheduled every afternoon on Wednesdays through Sundays, so call and get my schedule." What i meant was, if you want to see me, you need to know my schedule so you'll be there when i am not giving a reading. :-)

Tomorrow i am scheduled to be a guest on a radio show at eleven AM. I am being interviewed, and the show will last for an hour. After that i will be booked for readings. Like i said -- my schedule is always solidly booked, so a few days notice works best. I probably will not be able to see you tomorrow morning, as i will be getting ready for the radio show and will be doing that from my house, not at the shop, as it will be quieter. I'll show up at the shop a few minutes after noon, i expect. I have no idea when my first reading of the day is -- maybe 1:00 or 1:30. If we don't connect, just search out and introduce yourself to Robin, the shop manager. She's the only employee with red hair. She'll give you the tour and help you find everything you want.

Also, we do have a picnic table area (not the wooden picnic table up by the shop, where we are painting the building, but down the hill at the stone bench and table) and you are welcome to hang out until i do show up.
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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by preppieroots » Thu Sep 09, 2010 5:03 pm

I'm back home from my shopping trip and just want to say it was truly wonderful. Catherine, you have such a cool shop and you and all of your employees are honestly the most friendly and helpful folks I have ever come across in any retail setting.... I did not stay under my limit, but that is okay, I am glad I didn't! :D

I will finish sharing my experience at Lucky Mojo Curio Company in the Testimonials forum.

And thank you all again for all of the help you gave me in this thread.
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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Thu Sep 09, 2010 5:22 pm

Hey, it was fun to meet you and get to know you. And i enjoyed getting you to do homework #5! I was in the church giving a reading by the time you finished it and did not get to say a proper goodbye -- who did you turn the homework in to -- and where did they put it? I don't want it to go missing, cause the homework party is tomorrow after work.
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Re: Visiting LM store, need help with what to buy!!!!

Unread post by preppieroots » Thu Sep 09, 2010 5:37 pm

Uh oh....I am not sure who it was, it was someone behind the big counter area, a lady....she did photocopy it and gave me a copy.... it was not Nicole (the lady who rang me out). I do not think it was one of the Robins...but I am not positive about that....?

It was very lovely meeting you, Catherine. Sorry I did not have a chance to say Goodbye properly. Though I am sure it will not be my last visit!! And thank you for getting me to do that homework, I think it will make doing the rest of it easier now.... 1 down and 7 to go!!
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Re: please recommend Lucky Mojo products for me

Unread post by snowwhite » Mon Sep 13, 2010 1:02 am

what about products for protection for infants/ kids?
are these herbs,oils and crystals good for babies too?

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Re: please recommend Lucky Mojo products for me

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Sep 13, 2010 2:17 am

You can do the fiery wall of protection spell for children as well. I would recommend not using the oils or herbs as they can have different effects on children especially infants. However, you could probably be safe with the bath crystals considering they will be diluted in the water.
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My first order , what are the "must haves"

Unread post by doughnut_hand » Sat Oct 02, 2010 10:03 am

Im placing my first orde from the site and im really excited.
Yes i will be getting items for my specific situation, but other than that what are some items everyone should have in their hoodoo arsenal so to speak .. lol

I think some items i will be getting are:

Van Van oil
love me oil
attraction oil
look me over oil
follow me boy oil

hoodoo herb and rootwork magic book! (im so excited from what i've heard)

What else is good to have on hand? Any powders? or baths?

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Re: My first order , what are the "must haves"

Unread post by Devi Spring » Sat Oct 02, 2010 10:25 am

Several threads exist on this topic already, so you may wish to read through them
what-is-your-favorite-lm-oil--t8956.html
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Re: My first order , what are the "must haves"

Unread post by corazon » Sat Oct 02, 2010 11:47 am

May I suggest baths? I LOVE LM's baths!!!
My favorite is Van Van.
I also like the herb blend baths a lot!

Also the herbs and roots the shop sells are incredible.
I always get a root or two with my orders, I love them!
Get a lucky hand root for good luck in your works! :)

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Re: My first order , what are the "must haves"

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Sat Oct 02, 2010 12:47 pm

I think you should always have chinese wash, and some fiery wall or protection oil and/or powder.
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Re: My first order , what are the "must haves"

Unread post by cognitivedissonance » Sat Oct 02, 2010 8:00 pm

Start with the Yronwode book,
* "Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic".
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Re: My first order , what are the "must haves"

Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Oct 02, 2010 8:42 pm

I was just reminiscing with my daughter today about this very subject, if I had known than what I know now, I would have started by ordered spell kits because they include everything necessary. But of course there are those incidentals that may be come in a spell kit but generally speaking, love and success kits include everything needed. Good Luck with your first order doughnut_hand! You will feel like its Christmas every time you receive the package, they are heavenly.
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Re: My first order , what are the "must haves"

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Sun Oct 03, 2010 11:44 am

Must haves for anyone planning on working with conjure in my opinion include:

Van Van
Chinese Floor Wash
Hoyt's Cologne/Florida Water (I work with both)
Fiery Wall of Protection
Uncrossing
Attraction
Candle snuffers
John the Conqueror

This is of course is the most basic list. It covers cleaning out messes, uncrossing, luck, attraction, and protection.

Of course for those that work with conjure more regularly you find that you list of "must haves" is far larger ;-)
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Re: My first order , what are the "must haves"

Unread post by Dr Johannes » Mon Oct 04, 2010 12:29 am

An incense burner
Charcoal
John The Conquer Roots
Devils Shoestrings
Trillium Roots
Low John roots
Buffalo Ammonia & Chinese Wash
Matching pairs of loadstones
One large loadstone
Crown Of Success
Money Drawing
Love Me
Fiery Wall
Uncrossing

And a bag filled with candles.

Thats what I would get.
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Hoodoo inspired gifts

Unread post by zee_2 » Sat Oct 30, 2010 1:27 am

Hello all! I am looking for ideas on how to give hoodoo inspired gifts for the upcoming holiday season at work ( and for family). I work in a hospital and there is good camaraderie at work most of the time, but everything can always be improved, right?

Wanting to start a thread where we can share ideas to create innocent / benign appearing but tricked ( ;) ) gifts that will achieve this purpose...candles and cookies come to mind, also wondering if or how shop-bought gifts can be dressed, and which ones? Mostly looking for generic, not too expensive items...

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Re: Hoodoo inspired gifts

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sat Oct 30, 2010 1:35 am

The Missionary Independent Spiritual Church booklet "Hoodoo Food!" will give you some great "tricked" food recipes to try out for the holidays, including Love Muffins, Black Magic Cake, Lavender Love Jelly, Fast Luck Punch, Peaceful Home Chicken, and more. Included are prize-winning 2010 Conjure Cook-Off recipes that were crafted by two of America's best root worker cooks: Momma Hen of AIRR and Robin Petersen, the shop manager at Lucky Mojo.

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Hoodoo Food! The 2010 Conjure Cook-Off and Rootwork Recipe Round-Up
Cooking with magical herbs is a time-honored form of domestic spell magic. Practitioners often prepare foods to enhance love, sexuality, fidelity, and for peace and protection in the home -- and have been also known to sneak a not-so-nice trick into a tasty treat to get co-workers to stop gossiping, to gain control over a lover, or to drive an enemy away. This booklet will get you started cooking with hoodoo herbs -- and may encourage you to enter the annual Conjure Cook-Off and Rootwork Recipe Round-Up sponsored by The Ladies' Auxiliary of Missionary Independent Spiritual Church, (All proceeds from recipe booklet sales benefit the church.) 16 pages, stapled booklet.
$4.00
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Re: Hoodoo inspired gifts

Unread post by zee_2 » Sat Oct 30, 2010 1:41 am

Hi Cat,
thanks for the reply ! Thats a great idea! ...I am also hoping for my course book to be mailed out soon...can this possibly be included in that mailing? I know you have my charging info on record at your end. Also do I call in to have the discreet mailing address on all things or what is the best/quickest way to get in touch with some one before things are sent out? The store must be closed at this hour...I am on central time myself...

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Re: Hoodoo inspired gifts

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sat Oct 30, 2010 2:04 am

Zee -- to place orders, you have to call the shop. I have signed a bunch of course books recently, have no idea which ones have gone out, and i don't even know who you are, because you are using an anonymous name here!

The store is indeed closed -- it's 3:00 AM here and i am posting from my home. :-)

To have things mailed discreet, just mention it on your shopping cart order -- or you can call the shop when they open, at 9:00 AM Pacific, which is 11:00 AM Central.

You'll love the little cook booklet -- it's lots of fun. If you like cooking with culinary magical herbs, i hope you will enter a recipe in next May's Conjure Cook-Off -- it's an annual event and the creation of the annual booklets not only raises money for our church, it will eventually result in the production of a regular paperback sized book of "Hoodoo Food!" which we will sell through Amazon and other outlets.
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Re: Hoodoo inspired gifts

Unread post by SeraSatyr » Sat Oct 30, 2010 10:03 am

Art or photographs dressed with powders and oils, and/or with holy cards or other items slipped into the frame behind the picture. LM carries all that stuff.

Also, the section with all the pendants and bracelets and stuff could also work for you, as you could dress and pray over those before giving them away.

There's also those cinnamon brooms. I've been pretty intrigued by those.

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