Miss Aida wrote:Hello, Bewitching redhead !!!
Welcome back! I was wondering how you were doing!!
Yes, you can write on the glass. And yes, it's from the bottom to the top (always to bring things to you).
I really don't like using 2 people's names on one candle. But, some rootworkers do it. I personally thing that it weakens a spell and can be more effective if you have one for him and one for you. But, that's just me.
I personally would just start with a new candle. The spell would be weak if you used that old one that you had already put out and left for a long time. And I would, of course, start with new fresh items.
You already have a lot of doubt into the articles that are there. Start new with new fresh ideas and attitude. That's the recipe for success
Wishing you the best
Doing well thank you Miss Aida!! Aww that's sweet you wondered about me
I've missed it here, but I've been doing pretty good in my practice/craft. I love Hoodoo- prob my fav form of magic thus far. I'm sooo glad I waited to start the candle spells until I got an answer!
Specifically bc of the writing from the bottom up! Please bear w/me for a moment as this might sound stupid, but if writing from the bottom up on the glass, would you keep the candle upright and go up from there- so if my name is John I would start from the bottom and write the "n" then the "h" above that, the "o" above that and the "j" above that or would I flip the candle upside down and write on John on the glass, still going upwards, but once the glass is flipped "right side up" the name John would technically be upside down?
It's not super difficult for me to get another large green class encased candle tomorrow if you think it's more powerful to use on for myself and one for my husband separately. I have all of the herbs required. I was just unsure bc I thought since we've been married for 12 years and happen to share the same checking account and he's obv open to Hoodoo, etc. lol, that I could petition both of us on the same paper, including personal concerns, names, etc. and perhaps it would be stronger. If the consensus seems to be that it's better to do two rather than one, I don't have a problem with that.
Ok, next question- If you think I should get rid of the pyramid candle remnants and start from scratch, do you think it would/could be just as effective to burn the two glass encased candles on the money section of my altar (w/my green money cloth
) instead of doing using the pyramid candle? The idea I'm thinking of is to place them on the altar where the pyramid was, load and dress the candles, petition papers underneath, and encircle the candles with the same (but fresh, not the same as in the ones already on there) herbs/roots from the original spell I didn't finish? The one from the archives using the lodestone, $2bill, magnetic sand, and a deposit slip, include the same "runs" 3x day as suggested... just no pyramid shape candle and my other two instead?
Also, regarding the $2bill- do you think it's absolutely necessary to use a different one? The reason I'm asking isn't bc I can't get one- I have quite a few of them (as well as genuine silver dimes, genuine copper Indian pennies, and a couple of brass Sacagawea dollar coins) my grandfather left me in his coin collection- and even though he'd be considered amateur in the sense that he didn't "store them the right way", etc., I still have several goodies. I even found one in my husband's year of birth for his recently made triple strength mojo bag
The $2bill I originally used is marked (written on) as the spell calls for it. Additionally, it's a unique $2 bill bc of it's color, and although it's not super rare or worth a bunch of money, it's still different than a $2 bill I'd get from the bank. I don't want to use another unique $2 bill from his collection either (he has several), especially since I'm supposed to bury it (the bill) w/the remnants of the spell. What do you think?
I was considering placing both loaded and fixed candles inside the circle of herbs btw, not an individual circle for each candle (if I can do the same pyramid spell from the archives w/o the pyramid and using my two candles instead that is) so if that's feasible, and reusing the $2 bill is feasible, should I place the bill, new deposit slip, and lodestone in between the candles- or would you suggest I only do one candle that way (the spell format from the archives) and the other one the "normal" way?
I hope this isn't too confusing! Thank you for your help!
*eta- I totally understand/get your logic and point about getting rid of the rest of my pyramid candle, surrounding herbs, etc. and starting new. Just some clarification and/or pointers as to the questions I have would be lovely. Thanks again!