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Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Sun Apr 20, 2014 10:51 am
by catherineyronwode
Missionary Independent Spiritual Church is proud to announce the publication of "Hoodoo Bible Magicc: Sacred Secrets of Scriptural Sorcery" by Miss Michaele and Professor Charles Porterfield.

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Hoodoo Bible Magic; Miss Michaele, Prof. Porterfield
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HOODOO BIBLE MAGIC:
SACRED SECRETS OF SCRIPTURAL SORCERY
by Miss Michaele and Professor Charles Porterfield

It has been said that we are created in God's own image. There are those who know and understand this to mean that IN EACH OF US IS A SPARK OF THE DIVINE -- a spark which can aid us to attain wisdom, riches, love, joy, health, and success through the power of God's Holy Word.

THIS IS YOUR BIRTHRIGHT!

Practical, honest, and straightforward, this book teaches the history and unlocks the mystery of Christian Conjuration with the Holy Scriptures. Learn ancient traditional spells of Psalmic Magic from forgotten books of Jewish wisdom preserved by African American elders, open the Bible's treasure-house of Secret Charms and Sacred Amulets, and prepare yourself for revelations and wonders. The Bible is a magic book! THIS book tells you just how to use it!

Questions the Whole World Has Asked Are Now Answered!

Miss Michaele is a spirit-guided and spirit-led reader and conjure worker, the proprietor of Hoodoo Foundry, and pastor of the Caroline Dye Memorial Chapel candle ministry. She divines with tarot cards and figured crystals, and is a skilled bibliomancer. She and her husband reside in Northern California.

Professor Charles Porterfield is an Old Testament, old-school reader and root worker, and a proud member of Missionary Independent Spiritual Church. A natural man, he specializes in men's issues and the Biblical aspects of hoodoo. Texas born and raised, he lives with his wife, children, and grandchildren.

CONTENTS

Dedication and Acknowledgments 4
In the Beginning 5
The Bible Comes to Hoodoo 5
Is Magic Incompatible with the Bible? 6
Heroes of the Bible Work Magical Spells 7
Jacob, Joseph, Joshua, Moses, Aaron, Miriam, Elijah, and Solomon 7
Jesus the Master of Magic 14
Doctors, Conjurers, Faithful Disciples 15
Sketches of Christian Rootworkers 15
The Conjure Doctor as Church Leader 16
Spiritual Church Mediums 18
Forget Not All His Benefits 21
The Bible Itself is a Magical Book 21
Burning, Boiling, and Bathing 22
The Bible Stops a Bullet 24
Bible Amulets and Charms: Mizpahs, Midget Bibles, and Mezuzot 26
Scriptural Magic 29
Selected Scriptures for Magical Use 30
7 Bible Verses that Show God is Listening 31
Pleading the Blood of Jesus 32
Psalmic Magic 33
The Book of Psalms in Folk Magic 36
A Quick List of the 150 Psalms and Their Uses 38
You Can Do Anything with Psalms 23 42
The "Chicago Psalms" 44
7 Deadly Bible Psalms to Quell Your Foes 46
8 Powerful Psalms to Reverse and Send Back Evil 47
Divinatory Magic 48
Bibliomantic Cleidomancy 48
Biblical Bibliomancy 49
Dream Books and the Bible 50
Devotionary Magic 51
A Practical Guide to Prayer: How Shall We Pray? 51
Preaching as Prayer 52
A Curse in a Baptist Sermon: Hitler and Hell 54
Bible Spells Old and New 58
Steady Work, Money, Success, Gambling 58
Recovering People and Goods 62
Love, Family, Reconciliation 63
Helping, Blessing, and Healing 67
Harming and Cursing 72
Protection and Jinx-Breaking 74
At the End 80
Frequently Asked Questions 80
One Last Curiosity: The Soldier's Bible 94
Bibliography 96

ILLUSTRATIONS

Bullet-Proof Bible from the Protecto Bible Co. 15
First Seal of Moses from the Sixth and Seventh Books of Moses 28
7th Pentacle of Jupiter from The Key of Solomon 31
Religious Goods Sold in Hoodoo Catalogues, 1934 - 2014 47

First Edition 2014

Published by
Missionary Independent Spiritual Church
6632 Covey Road
Forestville, California 95436
http://missionaryindependent.org

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Thu May 08, 2014 4:32 am
by Frindle
Is there a current date projected when this book will be available on Amazon? I am not ready for another Lucky Mojo order at this time, as I am workin' my court case til the 19th of May.
Thank you!

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Fri May 09, 2014 9:56 pm
by Miss Aida
Hello, Frindle,

You can send Missionary Independent Spiritual Church an email and ask them. They are the publishers.

Take care

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Sun May 11, 2014 3:07 am
by Frindle
Thank you Miss Aida!

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Mon May 12, 2014 7:33 am
by Mama Micki
Sounds like this book is a must-have. I'll be including it in my next order.

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Mon May 12, 2014 9:27 am
by catherineyronwode
To answer queries about Amazon sales:

"Hoodoo Bible Magic" is a publication of Missionary Independent Spiritual Church.

It is currently available through the Lucky Mojo Curio Company. It is also available, both at sub-wholesale case prices and at standard wholesale cost, to all book stores, online metaphysical vendors, and occult distributors, should they choose to carry it for profitable retail sales.

I am sure that Amazon, never one to miss a chance at profitable retail sales, will be carrying it shortly. Until then, you may order it from the sponsor of this Forum, the Lucky Mojo Curio Co., which has purchased a case for retail sales and will continue to keep it in stock! Thanks.

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Mon May 12, 2014 3:54 pm
by BlakPrincessUK
Wow!!
I will definently get this book.

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Mon May 12, 2014 6:20 pm
by Frindle
I've gone ahead and placed my order. I've been awaiting this book for a while, I am so excited to get to read it since I was not going to be able to attend this year's festival.

Hope it gets here soon!

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Mon Jul 07, 2014 4:18 pm
by Priestess Divine
I HAVE got to get this book!! The bible is very powerful. Great to have all key verses in one area!!!

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Mon Jul 14, 2014 7:21 am
by BlakPrincessUK
I have recieved and reviewed it. I now have my notebook , highlighter and pen to take detailed notes. This book is full of great information. Thanks to Lucky Mojo, Miss Cat , Miss Micheale and Professor Charles Porterfield for sharing this knowledge.

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Mon Aug 25, 2014 2:18 pm
by AlyssaH
I read through this entire book & found it very useful. I have a question about the working to get someone to do as you say (p.72). Would this be more effective if you 5 spotted the paper with some Do As I Say oil?

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Mon Aug 25, 2014 7:22 pm
by j82
Yes you could dress the paper and put it in your shoe and work it that was, that is an adaptation that perfectly makes sense and would work. More effective maybe but it was a quote from a worker and what they do and to them that was the effective work. But to you dressing the paper and wearing it in the shoe in the same way may work better. there are variations with work but still follow the same constructs and principles. Hope it helps and best of luck!

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Tue Aug 26, 2014 5:44 am
by AlyssaH
j82 wrote:Yes you could dress the paper and put it in your shoe and work it that was, that is an adaptation that perfectly makes sense and would work. More effective maybe but it was a quote from a worker and what they do and to them that was the effective work. But to you dressing the paper and wearing it in the shoe in the same way may work better. there are variations with work but still follow the same constructs and principles. Hope it helps and best of luck!
Thank you. It will probably work better for me this way because I feel naked if I don't use an oil with my workings, since I've discovere conjure oils. Lol.

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Tue Jan 20, 2015 1:03 pm
by Spider47
Is it possible to substitute Bible with Koran, or any other book for that matter?

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Tue Jan 20, 2015 1:13 pm
by j82
Spider47,

then its not hoodoo, that would be like going to a traditional form of Islamic prayer and asking is it ok to use the bible or any other book, rather insulting. Hoodoo is predominantly christian and rooted deep in that culture. If you want to use "any other book", then you maybe more interested in another form of folk magic.

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Tue Jan 20, 2015 2:37 pm
by Spider47
I can read the bible, its just that reading as a college student is a prioritized effort. And I only have enough time to read so much.

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Wed Jan 21, 2015 12:40 am
by MissMichaele
Spider47,

Well, then Hoodoo Bible Magic is a great handbook for the busy brain worker. Chock full of spells, and many of the scriptures used are quoted right there in the book.

Secrets of the Psalms, too, contains the whole book of Psalms plus instructions for the magical use of each one.

Secrets of the Psalms: The Kabbalist Influence on Hoodoo
http://www.luckymojo.com/secretspsalms.html

And there's a link to order Hoodoo Bible Magic at the beginning of this thread.


Good luck,

Miss Michaele

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Mon Jul 02, 2018 6:58 pm
by Dr Bob Crowley
Ok. I have been doing a ton of reading: Gods, Demons and Symbols of Ancient Mesopotamia, Demon Lovers, Hebrew Godesses, Moses 6/7, History of the Devil, Jewish Magic and Superstition, Ritual Medieval Lore of Sephardic Women, The Evil Eye, Jewish Superstitions, Power of the Psalms, Shimmush Tehillim -- and I gotta say: Hoodoo Bible Magic is FANTASTIC. So well written. It is simply fascinating. I have so many ideas and am learning so much. I really want to write a companion piece or sister book...

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 11:24 am
by Dr Bob Crowley
On page 28 of Hoodoo Bible Magic, I see the reference to the text of the Mezuzah being from Deuteronomy 6:4-9 (nine) when I think it might be Deuteronomy 6:4-19 (nineteen). See Trachtenberg page 146. Anyone know the correct answer?

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 5:48 pm
by ProfessorPorterfield
In a halachically correct mezuzah the klaf (scroll) contains the handwritten first two sections of the Shema, beginning with “Hear o Israel, the L‑rd is our G‑d, the L‑rd is One.” from Devarim - Deuteronomy 6:4-9:

"4 Hear, O Israel: The L-rd is our G-d; the L-rd is one.
5 And you shall love the L-rd, your G-d, with all your heart and with all your soul, and with all your means.
6 And these words, which I command you this day, shall be upon your heart.
7 And you shall teach them to your sons and speak of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk on the way, and when you lie down and when you rise up.
8 And you shall bind them for a sign upon your hand, and they shall be for ornaments between your eyes.
9 And you shall inscribe them upon the doorposts of your house and upon your gates.
"

as well as Devarim - Deuteronomy 11:13-21:

"13 And it will be, if you hearken to My commandments that I command you this day to love the L-rd, your G-d, and to serve Him with all your heart and with all your soul,
14 I will give the rain of your land at its time, the early rain and the latter rain, and you will gather in your grain, your wine, and your oil.
15 And I will give grass in your field for your livestock, and you will eat and be sated.
16 Beware, lest your heart be misled, and you turn away and worship strange gods and prostrate yourselves before them.
17 And the wrath of the L-rd will be kindled against you, and He will close off the heavens, and there will be no rain, and the ground will not give its produce, and you will perish quickly from upon the good land that the L-rd gives you.
18 And you shall set these words of Mine upon your heart and upon your soul, and bind them for a sign upon your hand and they shall be for ornaments between your eyes.
19 And you shall teach them to your sons to speak with them, when you sit in your house and when you walk on the way and when you lie down and when you rise.
20 And you shall inscribe them upon the doorposts of your house and upon your gates,
21 in order that your days may increase and the days of your children, on the land which the L-rd swore to your forefathers to give them, as the days of heaven above the earth.
"

Both of these selections both contain the instructions to affix the mezuzah: “You shall write them on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.

However, no such instructions in regards to the mezuzah appear in Devarim - Deuteronomy 6:10-19:

"10 And it will be, when the L-rd, your G-d, brings you to the land He swore to your fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, to give you, great and good cities that you did not build,
11 and houses full of all good things that you did not fill, and hewn cisterns that you did not hew, vineyards and olive trees that you did not plant, and you will eat and be satisfied.
12 Beware, lest you forget the L-rd, Who brought you out of the land of Egypt, out of the house of bondage.
13 You shall fear the L-rd, your G-d, worship Him, and swear by His name.
14 Do not go after other gods, of the gods of the peoples who are around you.
15 For the L-rd, your G-d, is a zealous G-d among you, lest the wrath of the L-rd, your G-d, be kindled against you, and destroy you off the face of the earth.
16 You shall not try the L-rd, your G-d, as you tried Him in Massah.
17 Diligently keep the commandments of the L-rd, your G-d, and His testimonies. and His statutes, which He has commanded you.
18 And you shall do what is proper and good in the eyes of the L-rd, in order that it may be well with you, and that you may come and possess the good land which the L-rd swore to your forefathers,
19 to drive out all your enemies from before you, as the L-rd has spoken.
"

In Jewish Magic And Superstition: A Study in Folk Religion by Joshua Trachtenberg (1939) on page 146, the text reads:

"Descended from a primitive charm, affixed to the door-post to keep demons out of the house, the rabbinic leaders gave it literally a religious content in the shape of a strip of parchment inscribed with Biblical verses, Deut. 6:4-19, 11:13-20. in the hope that it might develop into a counter reminder of the principle of monotheism - a wise attempt to re-interpret instead of an unavailing prohibition."

Of this difference in the information, I can make little comment. Perhaps a printer's error? Perhaps a minhag, in his area or time? I, personally, disagree with Trachtenberg on his interpretations of the history, meaning, and use of the mezuzah in the above-quoted text and would instead quote a perhaps less well-known source, Blu Greenberg:

"A mezuzah is not meant to be a protective device, nor lack thereof a source of direct punishment. A mezuzah is a sign and reminder of the Covenant, of our love and commitment and our willingness to create a Jewish household. That, in itself, is sufficient!"

In your service,
Professor Porterfield

Re: Hoodoo Bible Magic Book by Miss Michaele and Prof. Porterfield Questions and Answers

Posted: Thu Jul 05, 2018 7:49 pm
by Dr Bob Crowley
Thanks Professor. May I ask why you disagree with Trachtenberg on the history, meaning and use of the mezuzah—his references are impeccable. I have gone to the cited sources and the information seems solid.

How can it not be a “protective device”. It was clearly originated to chase demons away and protect the home; and is still worn as a personal amulet of protection today.

BTW, I know it’s slightly off topic but do you, by chance, Lnow where I might find Seder Gematriot?