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Spells to influence a Jury to Be Sympathetic to One's Side

Spells to influence a Jury to Be Sympathetic to One's Side

Unread postby shachak » Thu Feb 24, 2011 11:50 pm

Hi,

I don''t think the offense matters, but if so I can share.

1) Will certain clothes work better than others?

2) Perfumes, Essential oils?

3) Any images I should meditate on?

4) Any crystal I should carry with me?

5) I've contacted two rootworkers at AIRR, but have gotten no response.

6) I read about the beef tongue spell , and I am putting that together.

THanks
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Re: Court, want jury to be sympathetic.

Unread postby catherineyronwode » Thu Feb 24, 2011 11:57 pm

1) Modest clothing is best.

2) Court Case Oil is best. http://www.luckymojo.com/oil-court-case.html

3) Not that i know of.

4) We don't do crystals here. This is a rootwork forum. Chew Court Case Root, and if you are guilty and want mercy of the court, carry Sumac berries.

5) That sounds unusual. Did you book appointments with these AIRR members? As a worker at AIRR myself, i can tell you that booking an appointment gets you a response.

6) Good, this is a classic and valuable spell in the conjure tradition.

Best of luck to you.
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Re: Court, want jury to be sympathetic.

Unread postby shachak » Fri Feb 25, 2011 6:46 am

5. OK, sent paypal to the rootworker.

Thanks,

any other advise?
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Re: Court, want jury to be sympathetic.

Unread postby shachak » Fri Feb 25, 2011 12:29 pm

Well, the rootworker refunded my money and said that she was anable to assist me.

Is something wrong with me?

Celeste
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Re: Court, want jury to be sympathetic.

Unread postby Miss Ida Lundin » Sat Feb 26, 2011 2:41 am

You should make sure to pick a worker who does court case work.
But the readers on AIRR are independent and they have differing schedules.
Just look through the pages and contact another person.
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Re: Court, want jury to be sympathetic.

Unread postby shachak » Sat Feb 26, 2011 1:48 pm

Ive sent paypal to another one (the first ones both said they did court case work) and this ones voicemail doesn't work nor doe he answer email.

So any other advise?

Can I MAKE MY OWN mojo bag> What should I put in it?
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Re: Court, want jury to be sympathetic.

Unread postby ConjureMan Ali » Sat Feb 26, 2011 3:44 pm

Hello shachak,

Let me help clarify a few things because you are getting the wrong impression here. Rootworkers are individual practitioners with individual codes of ethics and contingent upon these principles they determine what cases they take on. The most general division is between lady-hearted workers and justified workers.

Yet within each of these there are a variety of difference. For example some justified workers will take on cases of hot foot, but not crossing. Some lady-hearted workers will take on some court case work, but won't do law keep away work. The point being that they are informed by their own personal ethical standards.

So even if a person says they do court case work that doesn't mean that they take on ALL court case work. They might only work with individuals who are innocent, or get involved with people in matters of custody, or in disputes against corporation etc.

The point being that the final arbiter of what work a rootworker will do is that rootworker themself. They will consult their spirits, God, and their own conscience to determine if the case is something they will work with.

As to your second issue, it has literally been only 1 day, maybe 2 since you've tried contacting another rootworker. Try to remember that there is only a couple dozen of us on AIRR dealing with a large client base. I am sure he or she will get to you as soon as possible.
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