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Spell-Casting for Luck Shooting Dice

Unread postby Piseog » Thu Jul 05, 2012 9:08 am

Normally, when I feel the need to do a working, it's because something big has happened that can't be dealt with by ordinary means, or that need the extra push or anchor.

What made me decide that it was time to begin learning rootworking was a very little thing: last week, while playing a game with some friends, my bf rolled snakeeyes all evening long. Hardly any roll above a 5, ever. Furthermore, he has a regular game night with these friends, and they told me that my bf is famous for this. Consistently and repeatedly he rolls bad numbers on the dice--way, way more than average.

This doesn't matter on the larger scale of things. He's not a gambler, isn't playing for money, and doesn't habitually take risks. It's just a game played for fun, with buddies. But something is sitting on his luck, clearly.

The larger, more important thing is that although he works hard, he is very bad with money--bad at making it, bad at keeping it, bad at knowing how to tend it and make it last. He cycles through low-paying jobs really quickly; always has. Frustrating for both of us, and next month, we are getting married. So our fortunes will be joined, and somehow I think that these two things--the little silly thing and the larger problem, are related. And also, that they come from within him, not an external jinx or deliberate crossing. We live a quiet life, and have no enemies.

I've never really cared about luck, or done workings for it--not my thing, really. But the dice thing fascinated me and the job thing concerns me, so I decided I needed to take the issue of luck and fortune seriously. Because hoodoo is exactly the sort of thing to fix a luck problem, and I've been getting some strong messages from the universe that it's time for me to start learning it, I decided that my first project would be a mojo bag for him. And since I've never made one before, am familiar with ritual work but out of practice, and this specific approach is new to me, I thought I'd run it by you folks.

After studying this site for hours working on understanding the basics, I just ordered a lodestone and some magnetic sand, a small John the Conqueror root, a mercury dime, money stay with me oil, and a red flannel bag. I was thinking to add some other things we already have: kosher salt, some cinnamon stick, whole nutmeg and maybe mint? And a prayer, hand-written and a bit of my bf's hair to link it to him? The plan is also to start blessing and working at the new moon, for increasing.

Am I on the right track here? What else should I know/do, and have I made the right basic choices? Thanks in advance.
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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby Piseog » Sat Jul 07, 2012 5:37 pm

Hmmm, no response yet. So embarrassing.

Did I phrase this question in too abstract a way? I was wanting to ask if I chose the right basic ingredients for a mojo bag (my first attempt) for this particular situation. Which isn't really a situation about gambling or the lottery, but which I started thinking about as a hoodoo issue because of the way my bf's luck was manifesting in dice (it wasn't a gambling game, but a board game), and how the dice behavior made me think his money issues might be related.

Moderator (pardon, I don't know people here very well yet, or who is moderating new posts, or I would call you, more politely, by name), do you think that people would know better what to do with this topic in another forum, or are responses just slow sometimes?

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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby Miss Tammie Lee » Sat Jul 07, 2012 8:44 pm

You ordered some great supplies and you are on the right track!

Stay posted as to how it turns out!

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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby MissMichaele » Sat Jul 07, 2012 10:08 pm

Piseog, you're off to a great start with the money mojo. Money Stay With Me is an aspect of money luck that many folks neglect. I'm glad to see you jumped on it at the start :)

I'd add some King Solomon Wisdom products in there, and a piece of pyrite, and Devil's Shoestring, and a pinch of Five-Finger Grass.

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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby Edwardyule » Sun Jul 08, 2012 12:11 pm

Hello Piseog,

You off to a great start with the products you have already got and yes, I would suggest the use of cinnamon and a whole nutmeg. I second the suggestions of Miss Michaele and would like to add just a couple of things.

I would suggest working with Van Van oil. Its great for turning bad luck into good luck

http://www.luckymojo.com/oil-van-van.html

Also with Van Van oil, there are a couple of talismans that can be used on his person or as additions to the Mojo Bag. A rabbits foot dressed in Van Van oil is a great little charm for luck. Also there is the alligators claw, soak it in whiskey and herbs for luck and money till it is pliable then place a mercury dime in this claw and wrap the whole thing up with red string. Dress the claw in Van Van or anything else you think would work. The claw will grasp onto your money.

http://www.herb-magic.com/rabbit-foot.html

http://herb-magic.com/alligator-foot.html
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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby MissMichaele » Sun Jul 08, 2012 12:27 pm

Edwardyule wrote:Also there is the alligators claw, soak it in whiskey and herbs for luck and money till it is pliable then place a mercury dime in this claw


I'm not sure you do need to soak the claw; all the gator hands I've seen at Lucky Mojo have just naturally had two digits close together in a pinching gesture, just right for a Mercury dime or a folded $20 bill. Or both :)

By all means dress it with luck and prosperity oils, though!

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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby Piseog » Sun Jul 08, 2012 6:42 pm

Oh, excellent suggestions, thanks so much. Van van oil seems like it would be extremely useful around the house anyway. And bf is from E TX, which is serious gator country, so the connection with his origins is a great anchoring. And Miss Michaele, the King Solomon Wisdom addition is---very insightful (good money luck also = good decisions). What's extra helpful about these suggestions is that I can now fully picture the logic of the mojo bag construction and how to structure the spells.

One logistic question--is it ever done to dress the mojo bag in two different oils at the same time (say, Van Van and Money Stay With Me at the same time? Or, gator foot dressed with Van Van inside bag dressed with MSWM? Or alternating dressing with one then the other, in subsequent feedings?) Or does that mess up the focus?

---on edit, I just found the thread that discusses oil blending, and that it's a common thing. So, I think I'm all set! Thanks folks!
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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby MissMichaele » Sun Jul 08, 2012 7:03 pm

Piseog wrote:Miss Michaele, the King Solomon Wisdom addition is---very insightful (good money luck also = good decisions)


Thanks so much! I recommend it to everybody -- for almost everything!

One logistic question--is it ever done to dress the mojo bag in two different oils at the same time (say, Van Van and Money Stay With Me at the same time?


Yes! I often tell clients to fine-tune a spell-kit with items from another useful product line. Don't hesitate to mix oils, or mix incenses, etc., as long as the purposes of the products don't clash (don't use Confusion with Money Drawing, for instance :)).

Or, gator foot dressed with Van Van inside bag dressed with MSWM?


You could do that, but I love the sight of a gator hand brandishing a $20 bill on my money altar, right there in front of God and everybody!

---on edit, I just found the thread that discusses oil blending, and that it's a common thing. So, I think I'm all set! Thanks folks!


Aha, I hadn't seen that before I started to answer :) So now you know about the 4-oz Rootworkers' Special oil blends, right?

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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby Papa Newt » Mon Jul 09, 2012 5:20 am

Also there is the alligators claw, soak it in whiskey and herbs for luck and money till it is pliable then place a mercury dime in this claw and wrap the whole thing up with red string. Dress the claw in Van Van or anything else you think would work. The claw will grasp onto your money.


This is an excellent work that Mamma Starr has wrote about and have found it very helpful. In a mason jar you add Bayberry for money, Five-finger Grass to grab onto the money, Solomon Seal Root to have wisdom on handling your money, Master of the Woods for mastery over your money, and a lodestone (originally suggestion is a magnet, but lodestone can do). Add the Alligator Foot and Whiskey. Personally I spent time praying Psalm 23 over the mixture, saying it three times and then set it on my money altar. It did take a little while for it to get soft enough to manipulate the fingers around the Mercury Dime but once done wrap it up completely in red thread and tie it off with three knots.

The packet can now be carried with you or left at your front door or put in a place of business. You then feed the packet each week with a few drops of the whiskey mixture given above. Just had to add this and also give props to Mamma Starr for this work. :D
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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby Piseog » Mon Jul 09, 2012 7:08 am

Miss Michaele thanks, you answered another question I didn't ask, about whether talismans were as private and secret as mojo bags. And Papa_Newt, that's also a really interesting and helpful working; thanks for the reference. Almost a different logic than what I had in mind--mastery and active bringing along with opening possibilities and setting up the right atmosphere and conditions. Very useful.

Part of my overly-busy Gemini brain keeps trying to figure out what kind of cocktail one could make from alligator-foot infused whiskey. A gambler's drink: alligator whiskey, muddled with three cherries, garnished with a cinnamon stick, a scraping of fresh nutmeg, and magnetic sand around the rim. I'm being silly (I do that), but there's a very long, old connection between alcoholic beverages and herbal medicine. When I learn more and know what I'm doing, I might start to play with magical beverages. They'd probably be actually drinkable though. Or else not drinkable, but maybe mixed as offerings.
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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby MissMichaele » Tue Jul 17, 2012 12:57 pm

Piseog wrote:Part of my overly-busy Gemini brain keeps trying to figure out what kind of cocktail one could make from alligator-foot infused whiskey.


A nasty one, I think, in terms of flavor.

A gambler's drink: alligator whiskey, muddled with three cherries, garnished with a cinnamon stick, a scraping of fresh nutmeg, and magnetic sand around the rim. I'm being silly (I do that),


Magnetic sand around the rim? Silly indeed :)

but there's a very long, old connection between alcoholic beverages and herbal medicine. When I learn more and know what I'm doing, I might start to play with magical beverages. They'd probably be actually drinkable though.


Herbal tinctures and tonics are an old tradition in hoodoo - Angel Wine being, I believe, the most famous. They're usually medicines taken by the spoonful -- but then, so was Angostura Bitters, when it began. I don't have any Lucky Mojo links on this subject, unfortunately.

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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby Piseog » Tue Jul 17, 2012 5:06 pm

Herbal tinctures and tonics are an old tradition in hoodoo - Angel Wine being, I believe, the most famous. They're usually medicines taken by the spoonful -- but then, so was Angostura Bitters, when it began. I don't have any Lucky Mojo links on this subject, unfortunately.


Ooooh, nice! Would you happen to have any documentation on this, or is it more passed on orally than written down? This information makes my head happily explode, as it's more or less a missing piece of some research I've been doing for awhile.

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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby MissMichaele » Thu Jul 19, 2012 8:19 pm

Piseog wrote:Ooooh, nice! Would you happen to have any documentation on this, or is it more passed on orally than written down? This information makes my head happily explode, as it's more or less a missing piece of some research I've been doing for awhile.


Miss Cat has described Angel Wine more than once on the radio show, explaining how to make it. She discusses tinctures in the Hoodoo Rootwork Correspondence Course, too -- there's an entire lesson devoted to tonics, tinctures and teas.

Hope this helps,

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Re: Money Luck Mojo for BF: Am I On the Right Track?

Unread postby Piseog » Fri Jul 20, 2012 1:18 pm

I'm in the process of building up the supplies to request to be a student in the course, and doing some practice working in the meantime. This information makes me even more motivated.

The alligator foot talisman was fun to make, but the mojo bag was a really interesting work to do. I've had a fair bit of magical experience, but never essentially bringing something to life before. Amazing feeling when it took, the quickening in my hands, just about exactly the time the moon was moving into new. Sort of like bread dough when you know you've kneaded it just right and you can feel the warmth and pulse of the dough enlivening. It's that kind of life, when a mixture becomes bread or cake, not like Frankenstein life.

Had bf do the King Solomon Wisdom bath the next morning, before dawn, right before I gave him the bag. He said he felt a lot lighter. His other comment: "I smell like a New Age bookstore." He also noticed the life in it, even more so when he added his petition and concerns: "it feels warm and sparkly."

So, I've given it over the Universe from here, and we'll see if this works. Thanks so much again everybody, for the very good advice and help.

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Luck playing craps / dice

Unread postby The Apprentice » Tue Jun 18, 2013 6:49 pm

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This is my first time posting on this site. Thank you in advance for any insight anyone is willing to share with me. I have been learning how to play craps in casinos, to supplement my income. I love the game immensely, as it complements my lifestyle of traveling and leisure, when I have downtime. I have experimented with using mojo bags. My very first one I made myself, several years ago. It didn't provide me with any luck. In the past 12 months, I have purchased several bags, from root workers who said that they could help me. For the most part, nothing has worked. Can anyone recommend to me, a very competent root worker, who is sure of them self, and whose majick is strong. I really could use some good luck playing craps now. I feel like I have been taken advantage of, and just being ripped off. I'm a competent dice shooter and I know the game. I thought that with a powerful mojo bag, I would be able to get an edge in winning. I need to get that edge. I've been terribly disappointed with the mojo bags that these root workers have made for me. There has to be one root worker whose work is bonafide. I'm tired of giving my money to people who say they can help, and nothing works. Thanks again.
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Re: Gambling

Unread postby Mama Micki » Tue Jun 18, 2013 7:32 pm

Lady Luck is the traditional formula for dice players. You might need more than a mojo bag, perhaps a spell kit.

http://www.luckymojo.com/ladyluck.html
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Re: Luck playing craps / dice

Unread postby The Apprentice » Wed Jun 19, 2013 6:16 am

Thank you. I read the information for the link you provided. It's very insightful! I also read the additional information provided for dice players specifically. I want to put together my mojo hand with the root specifically designed for gamblers, who use manually dexterity (i.e., the five-finger root,etc.). I will order all of the ingredients. When I get everything, I will check back in before I begin assembling the hand. I want to make sure that I don't do anything incorrectly. I think that this will work! Many thanks!
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Re: Luck playing craps / dice

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Wed Jun 19, 2013 9:00 am

Also, don't forget our renowned Special Dice Oil!

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There is a good list of lucky curios for gambling here -- with links to our sales pages, should you wish to order ingredients:

http://luckymojo.com/hoodooataglance.html

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Re: Special Dice Oil

Unread postby magicmurphy » Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:55 am

Hi All --

Could anyone describe the scent of Special Dice Oil? I'm contemplating it as a gift for a ramblin' gamblin' friend of mine.
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Re: Spell-Casting for Luck Shooting Dice

Unread postby Miss Aida » Tue Sep 16, 2014 10:16 pm

Hey, Doc,

You may try to call the shop and ask them what the predominant odor is.

They're very nice over there and I'm sure they would be more than happy to tell you

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