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Re: Dressing an iPhone??

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Thu Aug 12, 2010 1:28 pm

You can mix products to get the effect that you desire. Reconciliation products generally also carry a healing element--Balms of Gilead can be be called upon to heal past hurts and to mend rifts from fights.

I am with HD in that I generally don't dress things like phones with oils. Instead I'd smoke it with incense.
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Re: Dressing an iPhone??

Unread post by route95 » Thu Aug 12, 2010 4:01 pm

ConjureMan wrote:You can mix products to get the effect that you desire. Reconciliation products generally also carry a healing element--Balms of Gilead can be be called upon to heal past hurts and to mend rifts from fights.

I am with HD in that I generally don't dress things like phones with oils. Instead I'd smoke it with incense.


Makes sense. Okay. Thanks so much for your help.

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Question about dressing a letter

Unread post by faith2008 » Thu Aug 19, 2010 5:48 pm

I hope I'm posting this in the right place. If not I apologize.

About ten years ago I dated a guy for about eight months. I ended things but over the years I have often regretted the way I handled things. I have written an apology letter to him and thought that I would dust it with reconciliation powder in hopes that maybe we can somehow salvage a friendship out of this after all these years. I've never done this before though and now I'm wondering if I should dress a candle and burn it over the letter and a picture of him before I mail it. Any other suggestions would be appreciated. I added my phone number at the end of the letter in hopes that he might contact me. Any suggestions on how to help that along. I only have a picture and his full name, phone number and address unfortunately I don't remember his birthday and he's not on any internet sites. I've checked them all.

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Re: Question about dressing a letter

Unread post by mojojake » Thu Aug 19, 2010 5:51 pm

Have you thought about getting a reading to see what the best course of action is? Or getting a worker to do some work on your behalf?

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Re: Question about dressing a letter

Unread post by faith2008 » Thu Aug 19, 2010 6:02 pm

I have a reading coming up and plan to ask some questions then but this isn't something that I'm just gonna "die" if it doesn't happen. It would just be nice. The letter is something I plan to send and want him to read whether we ever become friends again or not. It's my way of making amends with the past and moving forward. I'd just like to help things along if I can. He was a very sweet person and I could have handled things a lot better. He just came back into my life at a time when I wasn't able to trust anyone and I have regretted the way I treated him. I think he deserves to know that.

Any suggestions on the letter would be greatly appreciated.

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Re: Question about dressing a letter

Unread post by Miss Tammie Lee » Thu Aug 19, 2010 7:44 pm

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Re: Question about dressing a letter

Unread post by jwmcclin » Thu Aug 19, 2010 8:13 pm

I would wait for the reading...
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Re: Question about dressing a letter

Unread post by faith2008 » Thu Aug 19, 2010 8:58 pm

Well hopefully I'll have time to ask about this. I scheduled the reading intending to deal with some other issues going on in my life. I guess if I run out of time I can always schedule another reading.

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Handfasting Cord Blessing

Unread post by LilCassandra » Thu Sep 02, 2010 8:34 am

Two of my partners are getting married in a month and my gift to them is I'm making the handfasting cord for their ceremony. For those that don't know, a handfasting is symbolically tying the hands of the couple as a sign of their commitment to one another. I'm already including color symbolism and all that. My question is, how would you all suggest I bless the piece for them? Since we're all poly and staying that way, my concern with marriage products is if they exclude all others it might hurt us rather than help. Any advice would be appreciated!

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Re: Handfasting Cord Blessing

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Thu Sep 02, 2010 9:31 am

Marriage is maggiage -- gay, straight, bi, trans, multiple, singular, or between humans and spirits. I put nothing into my Marriage oil or other Marriage products that biases away from or would harm anyone in any sort of marriage.

The image on the label shows an African American man and woman celebrating the ritual first kiss of marriage, and they are dressed in old-fashioned (circa 1905) wedding clothes. On the candle (but not the other products in the line) there is an additional graphic-textual element -- a short quote from the Jewish / Christian Book of Genesis.

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Re: Handfasting Cord Blessing

Unread post by Devi Spring » Thu Sep 02, 2010 9:46 am

I used LM Marriage oil on my handfasting cords. Actually I braided three cords together- white (dressed with Marriage oil), pink (dressed with Adam & Eve), and red (dressed with Fires of Love). It smelled divine and was beautiful. :)
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Re: Question about tricking mail and others who might touch it.

Unread post by Joseph Magnuson » Sun Sep 19, 2010 5:10 pm

I'd like to thank Devi here too. These posts are full of knowledge...for the readers as well as the original poster! Thank you!

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What work can I do to object being given as gift.

Unread post by Patience007 » Sun Nov 14, 2010 6:40 am

Hello all,
My b/f and I split up about 6 weeks ago. I have been working my honey jar and and I did the red skull with great results. We are on great terms but he is still not back.
Ive also had a reading with an AIRR member who I absolutely love. (not sure if Im allowed to say her name)

My question is what can I do to an object I bought for him to add a little fire under his feet..make him think of me, speed things up.
It is a small metal motorcycle. I will be giving it to him in a few days when he comes here. It is something he will keep in the room he spends a lot of time in at home.

I have crown of success, return to me, look me over, follow me boy, attraction, bewitching, cleo may, fast luck, reconciliation, commanding and intranquil LM oils.
Reconciliation sachet powder.

any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.. :)

Thank you,
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Re: What work can I do to object being given as gift.

Unread post by Devi Spring » Sun Nov 14, 2010 8:23 am

Anoint the motorcycle with a bit of your sexual fluids along with some Fast Luck and Follow Me Boy, pray your intent very fervently over it as you do so.
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Re: What work can I do to object being given as gift.

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Sun Nov 14, 2010 10:44 am

Fast Luck is great to get you lucky in a sexual sense, but if you are looking for a long term relationship then maybe consider the combination of Follow Me Boy, Return to Me and Bewitching.

Follow Me Boy will get him to chase after you and well follow you, Return to Me will bridge the distance betwen you and him since you're already on decent terms, and Bewitching will give you that allure that will have him enchanted.

Get those corresponding incenses and smoke the object in a mixture of them, then dress it with the oils and your sexual fluid (lightly). Pray over it and place under a cup and burn a red candle dressed with the oils mentioned on the cup. Pray ferverently that he comes to you, that he loves you, the he desires you and can't stay away.

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Re: What work can I do to object being given as gift.

Unread post by Patience007 » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:35 pm

Awesome :)) Thank you Devi Spring and ConjureMan Ali for responding so quickly.

Many blessings,
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"Tricking" up a bracelet with hair, oil, powder

Unread post by LightTheWorld » Sun Nov 21, 2010 7:55 pm

This is a question relating to the use of personal concerns, oils/powders, and sneaky tricks, so I wasn't sure which part of the forum I ought to use. Apologies if I have chosen incorrectly.

I have recently reconciled with my love, and am continuing to work on him with a honey jar, doll, and candles using his personal concerns to keep us growing closer together. He is back in his home town a long way from me, and I want to build on my work by putting something directly into his hands as well.

I am going to send him a card dressed with LM's Love Me & Follow Me Boy! sachet powders, and my own fluids. Along with it though I want to send him an iron beaded bracelet he was admiring in the shops while he was staying here with me recently. I will be buying that for him next weekend.
So I intend to very lightly dust the string of the bracelet as well with the powder and possibly a tiny bit of Love Me oil on the fastening, as he has to touch that to put it on.

Reading Cat's HHRM book, in relation to personal concerns, the part about putting your pubic hair into a man's hat gave me an idea, and that is what I want to ask about. I thought I might tie my hair into the string of the bracelet (and work it in under a bead if possible).

First query is: I get the symbolism of the hat for keeping you "on his mind". He never wears a hat unfortunately, and knowing that he wants this bracelet and will wear it for sure is too good an opportunity to pass up. Can we call it "handcuffing him to me?" :) Basically, is there a useful symbolism in tying his wrist to me?

Second query: can I use the hair from my head in that way, for the simple reason that it is long and I can easily tie it with a couple of knots? It is also more flexible than pubic hair, and would hold a knot better. If need be, I can put a little bit of pubic hair inside the knot first, but pubic hair simply isn't long enough to secure it on its own.

My thinking was that if I tie it securely to the string and then cut the ends off, it will be very unlikely that he will notice it there. And if by chance he did, he knows all too well that my hair is always getting caught in things - probably it tangled up and I ripped it off. It wouldn't be suspicious to him, whereas finding what is clearly a pubic hair would be haha.

Third query (sorry) is: should I "dress" the hair before doing this? If I apply Love Me to that piece of hair, it would be with the intention of focusing his love onto me. However you could argue that it is him I want to be dressing - and that is of course why I want to get the powders & oils onto things he will wear and touch.

Also, should I incorporate the element of rubbing it between my legs before sending it?

Please can anyone guide me on this? Many thanks.

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Re: "Tricking" up a bracelet with hair, oil, powder

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Sun Nov 21, 2010 8:14 pm

Well you can try it, and I would fix the bracelet with some stay with me, follow me boy, love me. I would soak the bracelet with those oils or the powders for a few days before you give it to him. I think that the symbolism is nice with the handcuffing, but I would make sure that I put something like menstrual blood, or at least the stay with me on it. But the follow me boy will do too.

I would dress the hair like I said soak put on a slight dab of those oils, or lightly dust it with some powder. But I think it would better if you had HIS hair, but since you dont...then work this since the bracelet is intended for him.

You can put your vaginal fluids on it such as masturbating to the pure thoughts of him (no toys or porn is what i mean), and then as you are orgasming hold the bracelet, and put that passionate energy into the bracelet. If you are going to be menstruating soon you can put a few dabs of you blood on that as well.
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Re: "Tricking" up a bracelet with hair, oil, powder

Unread post by LightTheWorld » Sun Nov 21, 2010 8:38 pm

Hi Stars, and thank you for your detailed reply! I am taking notes and will use your suggestions. Obviously I want any traces on it to be discreet and hard to detect.

I should clarify - I do actually have his hair. I harvested that man while he was here lol! So I'm using his hair in various work here.

There didn't seem to be a point in putting his hair into the bracelet that he will wear though - I was looking to specifically link him to me at his end as well. Does that make sense, or am I mistaken?

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Re: "Tricking" up a bracelet with hair, oil, powder

Unread post by LightTheWorld » Sun Nov 21, 2010 8:41 pm

PS: I do also have Stay With Me, in both powder & oil, so will definitely do that.
What if I put the bracelet beside the honey jar in a little nest of powder so while I'm working the honey jar the bracelet is also picking up some of those vibes?

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Re: "Tricking" up a bracelet with hair, oil, powder

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:02 am

I would tie the hairs together, and then weave or whatever you are going to do. I only suggest that because it "ties" him to you or handcuffs him to you. But if you want to just use your hair, then that is fine especially if his hair is not long enough. But you said you are doing some other work so as long as you have that tying him to you aspect in your other work then you are fine.

And yes you can definitely put the bracelet next to the honey jar, and set up a mini altar to him with the bracelet on it. So while you are praying or concentrating on the honey jar you can either hold the bracelet in your hand or just focus on it too.
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Re: "Tricking" up a bracelet with hair, oil, powder

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Mon Nov 22, 2010 10:27 am

I wouldn't soak the bracelet. Just little dab of oil and smoking it in incense would work. Too much oil and he'll feel it on the bracelet when it turns out a tad slippery.
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Re: "Tricking" up a bracelet with hair, oil, powder

Unread post by LightTheWorld » Sun Nov 28, 2010 1:38 am

starsinthesky7 wrote:I would tie the hairs together, and then weave or whatever you are going to do. I only suggest that because it "ties" him to you or handcuffs him to you. But if you want to just use your hair, then that is fine especially if his hair is not long enough. But you said you are doing some other work so as long as you have that tying him to you aspect in your other work then you are fine.

And yes you can definitely put the bracelet next to the honey jar, and set up a mini altar to him with the bracelet on it. So while you are praying or concentrating on the honey jar you can either hold the bracelet in your hand or just focus on it too.


Thank you so much Stars, you are always so helpful! I have the bracelet now, so going to get started. I really like the mini-altar idea!

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Re: "Tricking" up a bracelet with hair, oil, powder

Unread post by LightTheWorld » Sun Nov 28, 2010 1:49 am

ConjureMan Ali wrote:I wouldn't soak the bracelet. Just little Dana of oil and smoking it in incense would work. Too much oil and he'll feel it on the bracelet when it turns out a tad slippery.


Thank you very much, ConjureMan Ali. Definitely I want to be discreet so I will keep the oil to a minimum.

I love the incense idea! I hadn't thought of that! Can I ask your input please on a related point - I am figuring out a good blend of herbs to make the incense, using what I currently have so I can get started asap.

My initial list looks like this:
Damiana, Catnip, and Queen Elizabeth Root, all for drawing love / enticing him
Licorice & Calamus, for that controlling / compelling element
Althaea, Frankincense & Myrhh for spiritual assistance & blessing (I usually include Frankincense & Myrhh in incense)
Dragons Blood for strengthening love + luck in love
Making a total of 9 ingredients. Is this a suitable blend? Is there anything here you would change?

I was thinking of rose petals, but I've never tried burning them & I'm not sure whether they smell ok when burning. I do have a number of other options on hand, like saffron, ginger, cardamom, grains of paradise, cinnamon, etc, but I didn't want to overload the charcoal.

Any suggestions gratefully received... :)

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Dressing a stuffed teddy bear for a gift..

Unread post by movingmountains » Wed Dec 22, 2010 12:26 am

What would be better to use? Oils or powders?

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Re: Dressing a stuffed teddy bear for a gift..

Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Wed Dec 22, 2010 1:11 am

If you can stuff the teddy bear with powders and herbs it might be best. Oils will make it greasy. You might also consider carefully smoking it in incense.
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Re: Dressing a stuffed teddy bear for a gift..

Unread post by movingmountains » Wed Dec 22, 2010 1:16 am

make a small hole you in the head of the teddy or sometihing? All i have is LM Oils and Powders, no herbs.. I have almost everything on LM powder and oil menu so i'l use quite a few different love ones..

Would just applying the powder to the teddy be ok too?

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Re: Dressing a stuffed teddy bear for a gift..

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Wed Dec 22, 2010 8:47 am

Don't use oils -- they will make it greasy, as was previously stated. If you dust the outside of the teddy, do so very lightly, lest it appear "dusty." Depending on how it is sewn and constructed, and the material with which it is covered, you might be able to dip the head of a pin or the eye of a needle into the powder, poke a tiny hole into the head or other areas, insert the pin head or needle eye, twist it, and remove it, effectively dumping a tiny payload of powder inside each time. Try this first in an inconspicuous place, such as within the folds of the ears. Good luck!
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Re: Dressing a stuffed teddy bear for a gift..

Unread post by merrygerry » Wed Dec 22, 2010 9:44 am

If you can sew even a little bit, what about buying a small applique at a fabric store - a heart or a flower, something small and then very lightly dress the back of it w/ oil, sew it on with a tight whip stitch at first leaving a very small opening and tucking a small amount of sachet into the pocket between the applique and the bear and then sew it completely closed - if you do a really tight whip stitch, it should keep the powder from escaping. If appliques are hard to find or you can't find one that's right, just cut a square of heavy fabric (denim?) and make a patch, place it on the bear's rump or knee or somewhere that it seems cute and decorative and do the same thing. Not sure if that's the same as dusting it - someone w/ more experience could say if this idea would work or not.

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Re: Dressing a stuffed teddy bear for a gift..

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Wed Dec 22, 2010 4:37 pm

Great idea, merrygerry, although i would refine it a bit farther -- powders will eventually sift through cloth, so instead, i would make a flat packet a bit smaller than the patch and the same shape (e.g. a heart or clover) and put my stuff in it -- a hair, pussy juice, a bit of powder and oil (which makes a kind of "pastry" effect). Sew the packet tght wwith a whip stitch, then place the applique over it and whip stitch it on for a very slightly "puffy applique" look. Cute!

Or if you are a good seamstress, make a personal packet (hairs of both parties, oil, powder, herbs, tiny lodestones, etc.) and wrap it in quilt/pillow batting, then sew into a heart shaped cover and stitch the heart to the bear as if the bear is holding the heart. Instant Bear-Mojo-Bag!

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Re: Dressing a stuffed teddy bear for a gift..

Unread post by movingmountains » Sun Dec 26, 2010 12:42 am

whoa haha well i had to give the gift before i read the replies. Thanks anyways guys! I managed to make a little hole behind the ear, the bear is fluffly so it was well hidden.. I know the target will be sleeping with it quite a bit.. its kinda sentimental.. (the target is NOT a child ! - lol).
I didnt get any personal concerns on it tho.. just the powders with my invocation.. hope it still does a little something !

Question: Are those hard rock shaped things i feel in my mojo bags the lodestones?

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Re: Dressing a stuffed teddy bear for a gift..

Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sun Dec 26, 2010 12:50 am

Depending on the mojo, yours may have lodestones in it, yes. Other hard items found in mojo bags -- depending on the purpose -- could be pyrite, john the conqueor root, queen Elizabeth root, etc.
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Re: Dressing a stuffed teddy bear for a gift..

Unread post by movingmountains » Sun Dec 26, 2010 12:54 am

Thanks Cat!

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Help to dress gifts

Unread post by Bipa » Wed Dec 29, 2010 8:23 pm

Guys I'm sending to my love some late christmas gifts, which are clothes for him and I can also send a postcard or something, what can I do?
I have chuparrosa oil, love me oil, commanding oil, domination oil and fast luck oil

situation is, haven't seen this guy in over a year he doesn't want to commit to a relationship and rather be miserable alone

urgent help is needed here :D

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Re: Help to dress gifts

Unread post by jwmcclin » Wed Dec 29, 2010 8:52 pm

I would be carefully putting oils on clothing and paper because it stains. This is where sachet powder is a life saver....you lightly dust the items. Since all you have are the oils, place a few very few drops in your palm, rub them together until it is absorbed, than lightly rub the boxes you put the gifts in, the buttons on the clothes, the card and envelope. Notice that you will have the scent on you as you fold the clothing.
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Re: Help to dress gifts

Unread post by Bipa » Thu Dec 30, 2010 7:42 am

Since the clothes are dark and already have a vanilla scent to it from the store I'm going to try to rub some oil under the collar of the jacket I was thinking of using a bit of catnip too, if it won't get noticed of course, but is this a good idea?

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Re: Help to dress gifts

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Thu Dec 30, 2010 8:05 am

Well if you decide to do that, I would do it very lightly under the color where he might not see it.
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Re: Help to dress gifts

Unread post by Bipa » Thu Dec 30, 2010 8:09 am

Catnip didn't work it was very noticeable so I anointed it with oils and the scent blended well with the one it already had so here it goes :)

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How do I dress my room for my target?

Unread post by BLACKCAT20 » Wed Jan 05, 2011 7:49 pm

my friend is coming 2 visit me friday, how do i dress my room up 4 passion, and myself 4 when he gets here i want him 2 feel special an romantic.

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Re: dress my room

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Wed Jan 05, 2011 8:14 pm

You may want to use products such as kiss me now, love me, bewitching, come to me, follow me boy.

I would suggest that you sprinkle the sachet powders in the carpet or floor. In addition, you can throw sachet powder in the for corners of the room, and you can dress the walk way before they enter the door.

Please refer to this http://www.luckymojo.com/powders.html

You can bath in the bath crystals, or put the oils on your neck like a perfume
http://www.luckymojo.com/essentialoils.html
http://www.luckymojo.com/baths.html
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Re: How do I dress my room for my target?

Unread post by jwmcclin » Wed Jan 05, 2011 9:08 pm

Also, (and I learned this from ms cat.) when he takes his shoes off, dress them with sachets or oils such as follow me boy/come to me and point them into your room, so he will always come to you.
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Found his shirt, now what?

Unread post by yomicity » Sat Feb 05, 2011 10:11 pm

So before I ask my question, I will give you some quick background on my situation. About 3 months ago, my bf of almost 1 1/2 years broke up with me after we were fighting non-stop for weeks. Without going into too much detail, he basically did this is the worst way possible. I have reached out twice since then but have only been met with silence on the other end.

Well after returning his stuff and purging my apt of everything, my roommate recently left a sweater on my bed thinking it was mine....it was my ex's. I see this as a good sign, a sign that he is not completely gone. I've had a few readings and all my cards show that he is very troubled but there is still a very strong bond between us.

so here's my question....I was thinking about sending his sweater back via mail but not before i lay a few tricks on it. My question is what would be a highly effective spell? Right now, i have domination powders, follow me boy oil, attraction oil, controlling oil, reconcilation oil, and come to me oil.

Wondering what you guys think? Good idea? anyone done anything similar with good results?

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Re: Found his shirt, now what?

Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Sat Feb 05, 2011 11:16 pm

Everything can be highly effective as we have mentioned before. Its about performing the correct things appropriate for your situation.

Before you proceed I would get a reading to see if this relationship is something you should pursue, and waste your time on since he did something "in the worse way possible" So perhaps its time for you to move on. But I would get a reading to make sure.

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You can get a reconciliation spell kit, and wash his sweater in the reconciliation bath crystals BUT before you wash it I would see if you can perhaps cut some material from a discreet place, and keep it as a personal concern.

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But get that reading first to see if this is even worth fighting for. I would not use oils as they stain especially material so you should look into bath crystals.
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Re: Found his shirt, now what?

Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Feb 05, 2011 11:16 pm

1 1/2 years is a long time with no conversation. You mentioned you had readings that showed a strong bond between you two. What exactly do you want to do...reconcile? ...
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Re: Found his shirt, now what?

Unread post by yomicity » Sun Feb 06, 2011 6:14 am

To answer both your questions....

starsinthesky7 - I have had about 3 readings and all 3 have pretty much said the same thing. This man is tormented and is having a very hard time dealing with what he's done to me. The bond is still there but it's going to be a long time before he realizes what he's done was wrong. I still believe that we can have a relationship down the road, but for now I just want him to talk to me.

jwmcclin - yes, 1 1/2 years is a very long time with very little conversation. However, it's really hard to explain our relationship to anyone else. We were/are madly in love with each other but we just didn't have the same personalities. When it was good, it was amazing and when it was bad, it was hell. My ex had major issues with communication and major issues with confrontation. In some ways I understand why he broke up with me the way he did...he wouldn't be able to handle a conversation. I'm not justifying his actions, but I do understand them.

I guess what I really want is not necessarily reconciliation, although that would be amazing, but I want to talk to him so that we can try and figure out together if we want to work it out or move on. I never got closure and it's getting harder to move on. I miss him like crazy and I want to give him a push to talk to me. I'm hoping that by sending him his sweater it will remind him that I'm still here and the tricks that I can lay will give him that extra push he needs to reach out to me.

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Unread post by starsinthesky7 » Sun Feb 06, 2011 3:18 pm

If its hard for you to move on you need to do a clear and cut.

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Re: Found his shirt, now what?

Unread post by yomicity » Mon Feb 07, 2011 1:20 pm

Yeah, it's been really hard. However, I feel like I may havea great opportunity to get him to at the very least contact me. I don't know if I want to reconcile, I don't believe I can do that unless there is a part of him that wants that as well. Right now i just want to talk to him. Maybe sending him the sweater will be enough of a push but it would be great to lay some tricks and solidify that "push"

The readings have all said the same thin - this is a man who is still very much connected to me but has so much weighing on his head that it's going to be hard for him to come back.


I'm at a cross roads - don't know if I should give up or try one last time.

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Unread post by thelightfantastic » Mon Feb 07, 2011 10:57 pm

yomicity wrote:Yeah, it's been really hard. However, I feel like I may havea great opportunity to get him to at the very least contact me. I don't know if I want to reconcile, I don't believe I can do that unless there is a part of him that wants that as well. Right now i just want to talk to him. Maybe sending him the sweater will be enough of a push but it would be great to lay some tricks and solidify that "push"

The readings have all said the same thin - this is a man who is still very much connected to me but has so much weighing on his head that it's going to be hard for him to come back.


I'm at a cross roads - don't know if I should give up or try one last time.

Any advice would help! Thank you, everyone!

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If you're still not quite over this guy, go ahead and give it a go - just give yourself a time limit so you're not working on getting back with him for two years or something. It's very easy to get obsessive over getting someone back. Three to six months is a good time frame to set for yourself, but be aware that reconciliation work if pretty difficult and it gets harder the longer you go without contact.

I'd suggest getting (yet another) reading to see if your spellwork would be effective and if this is something you should even start.
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Re: Found his shirt, now what?

Unread post by yomicity » Tue Feb 08, 2011 1:48 pm

I agree. I don't think that I'll keeptrying after this time. Any suggestion as to what I can do with the sweater?

I was thinking I could wash it in the reconciliation bath crystals and dab the sweater in a 5 dot pattern with attraction oil, follow me boy and reconciliation oil.

What do you think?

Ps I've tested the sweater and the oil does not dye it.

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Unread post by AmaSarah » Tue Feb 08, 2011 5:41 pm

would anyone keep the sweater and use it to make a dollbaby?

You may want to focus on at least re-establishing contact with your ex. Tobacco is great for this use. There are a few threads on here about making contact. This is my favorite: make-someone-think-of-you-t6193.html

Also, you mentioned something about how your ex will one day realize what he's done, have you thought about incorporating Clarity and Wisdom work in what you are doing?

I would also get a honey jar working.

Before anything, though, did your readers advise you on how to proceed? If not, you may want to schedule not so much a reading but a consultation.

me, personally, I would keep the sweater and use it in different applications. I would rather send him a tricked letter or tricked junk mail. I once tricked some fake flyers and put them under my ex's windshield wipers. stuff like that.

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Unread post by jwmcclin » Tue Feb 08, 2011 7:48 pm

Yes, I did read the post incorrectly regarding the timing of separation. You have a lot of great advice here...definitely read about the reconciliation spell posted by starsnthesky7. Good Luck in your choice and outcome.
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a quick spell to do while shes gone

Unread post by doghouse74 » Sat Apr 09, 2011 4:53 pm

Hello just wondering if anyone has a quick spell for me while my ex is gone for the weekend and im watching her pets. I thought maybe doing it in her house would be a good idea if you have a simple spell to help get her back i would appreciate it.

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Unread post by j82 » Sat Apr 09, 2011 6:45 pm

hmm a lot depends on what supplies you have IE like rec bath , powders, oils? love herbs? there is a lot you can do with access to her home while she is gone, for starters collecting personal concerns like hair to further your work and have a very personal connection to the work. dressing items with powders that she will touch, washing stuff she will wear with the bath, buring rec insense in the home and washing the walls with the bath..etc. but definetly take advantage of this opeprtunity to get "stuff" to further the work..good luck!

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Unread post by jwmcclin » Sat Apr 09, 2011 6:48 pm

Actually you are in a good place, do you have Reconciliation, Come To Me, Follow Me Girl sachets, bath crystals, oils? You can dress any area she will come in contact with any of these oils; sprinkle sachets mixed with her yard dirt around her walkways, dress her door handles with the oils or use the crystals to wash down her floors (sneaky tricks); once you have dressed her home, you can burn a reconciliation honey jar at your house.
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Re: a quick spell to do while shes gone

Unread post by doghouse74 » Sat Apr 09, 2011 9:03 pm

I don"t have anything. I've ordered some, but I'm new to this so guess it will have to wait. I was hoping for something simple. But i do watch her kids so i guess i have other chances.

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Unread post by catherineyronwode » Sat Apr 09, 2011 9:04 pm

At least get her hair while you are in her house. You can use it later in a honey jar.
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Unread post by ConjureMan Ali » Sat Apr 09, 2011 10:41 pm

I agree with Miss cat. Get some hair, get some used socks, but nothing that she will notice you took and think you're untrusworthy, or creepy. Take a bit of your own hair and gently sew it into her headbands if she wears them, or into the front seam of her pants at the crotch.
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Unread post by Dr Johannes » Sun Apr 10, 2011 7:59 am

A hair from her head might be sewn into the zipper of your own pants as well.

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dressing a painting with reconciliation oil?

Unread post by g00db0y_the_chef » Sun Apr 10, 2011 10:07 am

hi everyone,

me and my gf has recently broken up...it's actually been 4 months now. we haven't spoken or anything...but i look at this as a cool down time.
since its been 4 months, i've been thinking of getting back with her or at least to reconcile. i am an artist and i have painted a portrait of her on canvas.
i was just wondering if i can dress the painting with reconciliation oil and send it to her so she can somewhat be connected back to me...

please give me some tips/help on my situation and what other things i can use to dress the painting with...or a few tricks.

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Unread post by jwmcclin » Sun Apr 10, 2011 10:47 am

That is a nice sneaky trick...please read the reconciliation spell website (http://www.luckymojo.com/reconciliation.html) for additional ideas... Good Luck Ralph.
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