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General Jinx Curse Hex Cross Questions and Answers

Posted: Tue Jun 09, 2009 5:19 pm
by roar1
I was going to be doing crossing/jinxs work to aid and strenghten some work being done at LM.

I found a spell in the archives for which I have all of the material readily at hand. I didn't necessarily want to perform it in my house so I wouldn't have to cleanse the area.

Can I perform it outside on a neighbouring property that isn't mine and just protect myself ?

Thank you.

Re: Crossing and jinxs work

Posted: Sat Jun 13, 2009 5:43 pm
by catherineyronwode
Yes, you can.

Re: Crossing and jinxs work

Posted: Sun Jun 14, 2009 9:19 am
by roar1
Thank you.

Difference in confusion and inflammatory confusion

Posted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 7:18 pm
by jwmcclin
Can someone please explain the difference between confusion and inflammatory confusion...

Re: Difference in confusion and inflammatory confusion

Posted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 7:57 pm
by Turnsteel
Confusion is simply confusion, Inflammatory Confusion is a bit more mean, it will make people confused and angry.

Re: Difference in confusion and inflammatory confusion

Posted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 8:00 pm
by jwmcclin
Thanks Hail...

Clarification on getting peppercorns into the candle.

Posted: Tue Mar 09, 2010 4:56 pm
by parcae777
I want to do the 99 peppercorn into a red candle spell tonight for my sister ... my question is putting the peppercorns into the candle isn't the easiest thing to do ... any advice on that.. I know this is a silly question but I'm bound and determined to get this work done. 8-)

Re: Clarification on getting peppercorns into the candle.

Posted: Tue Mar 09, 2010 5:34 pm
by ConjureMan Ali
Hmm, if I remember correctly the 99 peppercorns were used with a black candle in a crossing and banishing spell.

Take a heated nail and melt holes into the candle and stick the peppercorn while its still warm so it sticks and solidfies as it cools. It's a tricky process and takes time and patience, but keep at it.

Re: Clarification on getting peppercorns into the candle.

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 10:34 am
by stelselv
Hmm, if I remember correctly the 99 peppercorns were used with a black candle in a crossing and banishing spell.


Sound good, i could use a black crucifix candle and also dust all the negative powders on it..

does it make difference from using 9 peppercorns to 99 peppercones or just sprinkling grated peppercones on the candle :?: :?: :?:

Re: Clarification on getting peppercorns into the candle.

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 10:56 am
by Turnsteel
stelselv wrote:
does it make difference from using 9 peppercorns to 99 peppercones or just sprinkling grated peppercones on the candle :?: :?: :?:


Yes it does, there all different. Taking the time, and it takes a lot of time, to meticulously fix a candles with 99 perfect black peppercorns is of course different then just haphazardly dusting it with some of the same as a powder, you'll get different affects because one has you really concentrating, and the other is almost the easy way out. The spell says 99 black pepper corns and a whole bottle of Crossing oil, I can tell you from experience that it is a powerful spell, as long as you do it right and don't try to take the easy way out.

Good Luck.

Re: Clarification on getting peppercorns into the candle.

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 11:26 am
by stelselv
Thanks HD for clearing that up, is the spell on LM site??? and i don't have crossing oil but i hope i can use, damnation, break up, hot foot, sulfur and graveyard dirt on my black crucifix candle... ... and can i burn the candle in 1 day or for 9 days?????

so i will put the names of my attacker and my petition under the candle and ''cook up a storm''... Appreciate your reply...
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Re: Clarification on getting peppercorns into the candle.

Posted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 11:26 am
by Turnsteel
stelselv wrote:Thanks HD for clearing that up, is the spell on LM site??? and i don't have crossing oil but i hope i can use, damnation, break up, hot foot, sulfur and graveyard dirt on my black crucifix candle... ...


Um, not sure if its anywhere on the site, but its in Miss cat's book Hoodoo Herb and Root Magic.

How to make someone lose a laptop or spoil it

Posted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 1:59 pm
by path2success
How to make someone have their laptop taken away by their company or to spoil it so that they have to go to office to work on a desktop and will be unable to work from home? Or any other way also to ensure that the person is in office throughout the day. Can any magic be done in this aspect? There is no physical contact so I need to rely on candle spells.

Re: How to make someone lose a laptop or spoil it

Posted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 2:05 pm
by chy clayton s
I took a picture of a the same brand of laptop as my target had - used a sharpie to personallize the picture - and threw into a ziplock of water and then into the freezer. Computers are very susceptable to freezer spells. ;)

Re: How to make someone lose a laptop or spoil it

Posted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 2:53 pm
by kmew1315
chy clayton s wrote:I took a picture of a the same brand of laptop as my target had - used a sharpie to personallize the picture - and threw into a ziplock of water and then into the freezer. Computers are very susceptable to freezer spells. ;)


Did it work?

Re: How to make someone lose a laptop or spoil it

Posted: Thu Apr 08, 2010 4:11 pm
by path2success
wow never thought of that! thanks! i don't know his brand nevertheless I'm going to take a laptop pic & try it

Re: How to make someone lose a laptop or spoil it

Posted: Sat Apr 10, 2010 8:05 pm
by wraithklewn
could a variation of a spell be used to make someones drum kit have something happen to it?

Re: How to make someone lose a laptop or spoil it

Posted: Sat Apr 10, 2010 8:43 pm
by Devi Spring
Well, I think the thought behind this trick was that laptops are prone to freezing up. So doing a freezer spell on one is pretty clever and works on an established weakness of a particular kind of technology. Drum kits don't really freeze like computers do, unless perhaps you're talking about a digital set or drum machine. Then perhaps the same thing might work - though I've never been around a d-drum or drum machine that froze before.

If you can think of a weakness that the kit has, then you could exploit it in a creative way.

Re: How to make someone lose a laptop or spoil it

Posted: Sat Apr 10, 2010 8:54 pm
by wraithklewn
its a regular drum set not digital. i do want to affect it in a negative way somehow. this one stumps me good

Re: How to make someone lose a laptop or spoil it

Posted: Sun Apr 11, 2010 1:39 pm
by doughnut_hand
im no expert. but for the drum kit im thinking using the same idea. take a photo of a drum kit and poke holes and tear it apart and maybe burn it?

Re: How to make someone lose a laptop or spoil it

Posted: Sun Apr 11, 2010 2:01 pm
by Turnsteel
doughnut_hand wrote:im no expert. but for the drum kit im thinking using the same idea. take a photo of a drum kit and poke holes and tear it apart and maybe burn it?


An interesting idea. Consider dressing a black candle with Destruction oil and using its flame to burn holes i the photo, then set the photo under the candle or at its base to burn out.

Jinx vs. Crossing, Jinx Killer vs. Uncrossing

Posted: Fri Apr 16, 2010 7:00 pm
by robynrawr
What is the difference in these two branches?

If I burnt a black candle on someone dressed with Jinx, what would happen differently than if I burned a black candle with Crossing?
And vice versa?

Thanks for any help! :)

Re: Jinx vs. Crossing, Jinx Killer vs. Uncrossing

Posted: Fri Apr 16, 2010 8:14 pm
by jwmcclin

Re: Jinx vs. Crossing, Jinx Killer vs. Uncrossing

Posted: Fri Apr 16, 2010 8:26 pm
by ConjureMan Ali
Maybe Miss cat can talk to it, but I believe orginally jinx was something that a person did by burning candles on you and crossing specifically referred to having someone "cross" something across your path. The terms seem more or less synonymous now a days, however.

I believe the formulas are slightly different, but with similar intents.

I may be mistaken, however.

Re: Jinx vs. Crossing, Jinx Killer vs. Uncrossing

Posted: Sat Apr 17, 2010 1:23 pm
by robynrawr
Ah, thank you both. jwmcclin, I had never read the jinxing part of that page before. ConjureMan, I did figure they came to mean the same thing now, or at least they had for me.

Vengeance on a person who didn't mean harm

Posted: Thu May 06, 2010 10:07 pm
by Malefic
I've got a tricky little case here... I went to the doctor for a routine test that was recommended, no warnings of complications or side effects were given because I guess usually nothing goes wrong, but in this case something went wrong and it is a great burden on me. I am sure the doctor didn't mean harm, but I still want to punch her in the face and break her teeth out. Is there maybe some light spell for revenge? All I can think of is the guilt spell using mimosa but I don't have any of those growing near me.

Re: Vengeance on a person who didn't mean harm

Posted: Thu May 06, 2010 10:39 pm
by sweetie
All the sweet satisfaction of revenge, with zero calories and no aftertaste? Sorry, I don't have one, but I feel for you. I suppose you could do a mirror spell or reversal in the hopes that she'll identify with your situation, but if you feel that's too harsh and your heart isn't into it then don't do it.

Re: Vengeance on a person who didn't mean harm

Posted: Fri May 07, 2010 1:21 am
by kmew1315
Personally, I think it might be a better idea to do some healing work on YOURSELF to get over not just whatever happened, but the emotional trauma that it's obviously caused you. I'm not sure doing a revenge spell on someone who not only meant you no harm, but was trying to do good for you is the best course of action. And as far as guilt - she may very well already have it. I couldn't imagine being a doctor and having people's health be dependent on me the way it is for them.

Re: Vengeance on a person who didn't mean harm

Posted: Fri May 07, 2010 3:47 pm
by cognitivedissonance
A honey jar spell would probably be a good way to tackle it, since you've likely got good intentions and so did this person. Just use the honey jar to "sweeten" the situation so that maybe they come to recognize what happened. You likely also might need to understand that the concept of the second law of thermodynamics is ALWAYS in play in ANY medical situation, there's never any guarantee of anything except gravity.

I've found it's very BAD to wish vengeance on medical people. They've all sworn an oath to Aesclepius, whether they believe in him or not, and that makes them his priests in doing his good work. This is the original purpose of the Hippocratic Oath. Aesclepius is one of the powers you ALWAYS want on your side, and don't offend him.

Re: Vengeance on a person who didn't mean harm

Posted: Fri May 07, 2010 5:15 pm
by J Simulcik
I agree with Kevin, this is all about calming and healing yourself emotionally. LM sells a Blessing spell kit that would be good I think. http://www.luckymojo.com/spell-blessing.html

Re: Vengeance on a person who didn't mean harm

Posted: Sat May 08, 2010 1:49 pm
by starsinthesky7
If you are that emotionally distraught and burdened by this, then file a complaint with the hospital. I mean this is like taking tylenol and knowing all the side effects on the back of the box. You may not feel the side effects at all the first time, but the next time you did. Either way you were informed, and you have to proceed at your own rick. It would have been different if they didnt tell you them at all. In this case, would you want to get revenge on the company that sold you the medicine? NO you re not. Like you just said, you were informed of the possible side effects, and you just happen to be apart of the possible side effects. Like everyone said do some calming work and healing and learn from this lesson.

Pins & Needles v. crossed conditions

Posted: Wed May 12, 2010 7:45 pm
by edallas1989
If someone takes my photo or a piece of my hair and puts it in a jar with pins and needles is that the same as being crossed? I was under the impression that being crossed meant having a trick laid down in an X pattern or powders put in the shoe for one to step on. If someone puts your hair on a doll or in a jar with pins and needles whats that called? Or is that still the same as crossing someone? If they are different than how does one remove pins and needle magic (roots?) being practiced against them? Sorry this message seems a little scattered but I hope my point is being made clearly just lack the terminology. Thanks

Re: Pins & Needles v. crossed conditions

Posted: Wed May 12, 2010 7:48 pm
by jwmcclin

Re: Pins & Needles v. crossed conditions

Posted: Wed May 12, 2010 8:04 pm
by edallas1989
So the correct term would be "throwed after"?

Re: Pins & Needles v. crossed conditions

Posted: Wed May 12, 2010 8:15 pm
by edallas1989
The reason I ask all of this is because I've been having visions of someone working against me and my partner. In the vision there is a jar with pins and needles in it and our picture in it with black candles around. The uncrossing spells and road openers I have done help in other aspects of my life but I still can't help but feel there is still some kind of block or binding being done. Me and my boyfriend are doing pretty well for the most part but we don't seem to be progressing together, we havent accomplished any of our goals that we had planned. Were still where we were 2 years ago, with not much progression. We both try, but can't get ahead. We want to buy a house, we want to buy a car, we want regular full time jobs, but to no avail there just isnt enough money and always some sudden expense or immediate need coming up. This causes strain between the two of us as we then accuse each other of not working hard enough or not doing our part or squandering money etc. I dont mean to go on and on but I know someone is up to something and my spells for road opening, uncrossing, and protecting seem to work for a short while, (or help in other aspects of life) but then things revert back to where they were. Any advice? Thanks.

Re: Pins & Needles v. crossed conditions

Posted: Thu May 13, 2010 6:27 am
by Devi Spring
You should get a reading to determine if your intuitions about being worked against are true or not before doing anything. The worker will be able to help you determine how to go about bettering your situation, too, whether you're actually being crossed, or whether its crossed conditions brought on by something else.

to cross or to reverse..lasting implication?

Posted: Thu May 27, 2010 2:46 pm
by wraithklewn
so im sitting here pondering of the effects of both of these conditions. id like to put one of these to some good use. now for sure i know that any job done on a target if detected by divination or other means can be undone by uncrossing and etc.

so reversing is the "get a taste of your own medicine" but after the target gets that medicine taste does it end right after? what i mean is there wouldnt be any ongoing effects after like crossing can do?

Re: to cross or to reverse..lasting implication?

Posted: Thu May 27, 2010 4:12 pm
by Devi Spring
Reversing sends everything that person sent to you, back to them. Once the balance is evened, it's over.

If you're using a mirror box to reverse ongoing work against a person, then as long as they send crap to you, it will be reversed back to them (providing they don't protect against it).

Re: to cross or to reverse..lasting implication?

Posted: Thu May 27, 2010 4:15 pm
by wraithklewn
thanks Devi i figured thats how it works with reversing but wanted to be completely sure. hmm guess ill have to go with both on this one. this target is more then deserving of it.

Re: to cross or to reverse..lasting implication?

Posted: Fri May 28, 2010 9:07 pm
by wraithklewn
for a petition for a reversal do i have to be specific on what i want reversed? i want the same things happen to them as did me. but if i made the petition out for all of it it would be very long.

Re: to cross or to reverse..lasting implication?

Posted: Fri May 28, 2010 9:22 pm
by Turnsteel
wraithklewn wrote:for a petition for a reversal do i have to be specific on what i want reversed? i want the same things happen to them as did me. but if i made the petition out for all of it it would be very long.


"All the evil you have done unto me (name goes here) so shall it be done unto you, in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost Amen"

Feel free to adapt it to suit you views on the divine but thats a good prayer and petition of reversal.

Re: to cross or to reverse..lasting implication?

Posted: Fri May 28, 2010 9:29 pm
by wraithklewn
thanks HD. i was a bit worried on making out a really long petition. however id like to kick it up a notch. i dont assume that it will automatically be me in the situation..but what id really like is the situations that happened to me be reversed onto the target but id like to be the one involved in it.

for further explaination... someone sneaked behind my back to some other person. what id want is for the sneaking person to go behind the targets back to me. is that worth trying to petition?

Re: to cross or to reverse..lasting implication?

Posted: Fri May 28, 2010 10:38 pm
by ConjureMan Ali
For reversal work some rootworkers say simply state all the evil to be reversed back unto your enemy and leave it up to Spirit to mete out the right justice. You don't have to make the petition too elaborate, simply pray that all the harm and evil done to you is reversed back unto that person.

Re: to cross or to reverse..lasting implication?

Posted: Wed Jun 02, 2010 4:25 pm
by DrXTheRebirth
ConjureMan wrote:For reversal work some rootworkers say simply state all the evil to be reversed back unto your enemy and leave it up to Spirit to mete out the right justice. You don't have to make the petition too elaborate, simply pray that all the harm and evil done to you is reversed back unto that person.




What if you don't know the persons or people involved?

Re: to cross or to reverse..lasting implication?

Posted: Wed Jun 02, 2010 4:31 pm
by thelightfantastic
CallMeDrX wrote:
ConjureMan wrote:For reversal work some rootworkers say simply state all the evil to be reversed back unto your enemy and leave it up to Spirit to mete out the right justice. You don't have to make the petition too elaborate, simply pray that all the harm and evil done to you is reversed back unto that person.




What if you don't know the persons or people involved?


You would state something like "Send back evil to all my enemies or those who are seeking to harm me".

Re: to cross or to reverse..lasting implication?

Posted: Wed Jun 02, 2010 4:38 pm
by DrXTheRebirth
Thanks

Do you consider this cursing someone?

Posted: Wed Aug 25, 2010 10:41 am
by candis
I've been having some challenges with relationships etc. and I am thinking back to a few people in my family that would say to me " that relationship is not going to work", this is everytime I used to tell them about someone new. They would also say things like "oh you're going to end up being alone", etc.

Do you consider this a cursing someone? It sounds that way to me.

Would you put these persons names on a reversal candle?

Thanks.

Re: Do you consider this cursing someone?

Posted: Wed Aug 25, 2010 11:11 am
by ConjureMan Ali
Cursing is defined by the intent of the individual as well as their ability to bring spiritual force behind it. When someone says, "You will end up alone" and they mean it then it can definately be a curse, especially if they have a way of getting Spirit to hear them. A lot of people say hurtful things and that doesn't necessarily mean that it is a curse, rather it is negativity that they are sending you. In either case cleansing/uncrossing work may be in order to help rid you of past hold ups.

Also bear in mind that definitions of curses are cultural. For example in cultures with belief in the Evil Eye, the feeling of envy can sometimes be enough to inadvertently send someone the Evil Eye.

Re: Do you consider this cursing someone?

Posted: Wed Aug 25, 2010 11:17 am
by butchcomer
candis!
In a sense, yes that would be considered a "curse" to me. I would take that almost like someone giving me the evil eye. No one likes to hear negative stuff. Don't let it bother you. I wouldn't send it back to them either; I personally wouldn't consider the work worth my time. Personally, I enjoy showering with magical soaps to wash away negative energy or comments sent my way. I just let them run down the drain & forget about them! LM carries soaps! I use Octagon frequently. Check out the soaps they might prove useful http://www.luckymojo.com/mojocatsoaps.html
Wearing some van van as a personal scent is a good defense to letting petty negative comments sent your way "not stick" lol :)
Amulets are great to repel this sort of attack. I have a favorite piece of jewelry that I regularly smoke in appropriate LM Incense & annoint with oils and I find wearing that helps. I mean I can't make everybody wish me well all the time, but I choose not to let it bother me and rest confidently that I'm not cursed because I've employed various things like I've mentioned. Good luck with your relationships and everything else, too!

What is the difference? Revenge v Crossing

Posted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 2:58 pm
by jazzie
Hello folks,

I am not clear as to what is the difference between revenge and crossing and which one of these is more harmful.

For example, look at these three spells:

The lucky mojo spells archive has a revenge spell where you take a black figural candle, anoint it with crossing oil, blackberry leaves, goofer dust and hammer it down for a few days, then you bury it in the cemetery.

Then, there is another spell on cat's book, using four thieves vinegar, crossing oil, name paper around a dried red pepper, and cursing the person with 13 different curses for 13 days.

Then, there is the crossing spell kit. I don't know the details for this one, that is, what it entails. But, I do see a black skull candle in the web page picture.

I am curious, are these the same revenge/crossing? Will all of them have the same effect or is one more harmful than the other?

Thanks.

Re: What is the difference? Revenge v Crossing

Posted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 3:11 pm
by jwmcclin
Revenge is working justice on someone who has done you wrong, (its payback-teaching them a lesson) and Crossing is causing bad luck, messing up a person's life, his work, his home, you name it.

Re: What is the difference? Revenge v Crossing

Posted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 3:32 pm
by jazzie
jwmcclin wrote:Revenge is working justice on someone who has done you wrong, (its payback-teaching them a lesson) and Crossing is causing bad luck, messing up a person's life, his work, his home, you name it.


i see. so, if you look at the three spells.

the first one, with the figural candle, would it be revenge or crossing?

the second one uses vinegar, i am not sure if vinegar is that strong. vinegar works seem to be more like revenge and not crossing. what i am asking is, is a vinegar jar under the category of crossing spells?

and the last one is obviously crossing.

it seems to me that crossing is more powerful than revenge, then. because revenge would be a payback-one time thing whereas crossing is to destroy that person for the rest of his or her life.

thanks

Re: What is the difference? Revenge v Crossing

Posted: Sun Sep 19, 2010 3:43 pm
by jazzie
jwmcclin wrote:Revenge is working justice on someone who has done you wrong, (its payback-teaching them a lesson) and Crossing is causing bad luck, messing up a person's life, his work, his home, you name it.


k, i have been reading and googling about revenge and crossing. although revenge and crossing seem to be different in definition. they still seem to have the same effect. i mean, i could use the crossing spell kit to take revenge against person.

i apologize that i am asking so many questions but i just don't see what is the difference in terms of effect between those three spells in the op.

thanks.

Re: What is the difference? Revenge v Crossing

Posted: Mon Sep 20, 2010 10:18 pm
by starsinthesky7
Crossing can be a form of revenge. I mean if someone pissed me off...I might want to cause them bad luck and give them what they deserve. I hope that makes sense. So causing someone bad luck...messing up their life and so on could be giving them what they deserve. However, crossing can be used to mess with someone that has not done anything to you....you just want to cause them harm, and mess up their life just because you can. It does not have to be justified, and it does not have to be for justice per se.

Destruction versus DUME

Posted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 11:47 am
by suzyparker
I have done some reading on both the forum and the website regarding the two products. My questions are

1. Has anyone actually used one or the other, or both, and what were the varying outcomes

2. Why would you choose one over the other - they both seem fairly rough

I have a situation I am handling for someone that is completely unfair and involves a group of people. So I'm wondering which way to go. I know about vinegar jars, etc. but this client is insisting on hell hath no fury.

Any input or insight is greatly appreciated.

Thanks to all.

Re: Destruction versus DUME

Posted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:01 pm
by Devi Spring
Well, DUME means Death Unto My Enemies. Destruction can be devastating, but doesn't imply death.

So, one works to literally kill someone. And one works to bring destruction.

Use your judgement on which one is appropriate.

Re: Destruction versus DUME

Posted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 12:09 pm
by starsinthesky7
You can create quite a bit of fury with destruction, and crossing oils. I know chicory can pack an added punch when it comes to crossing work. Some other favorites of mine are asafoetida, walnut leaves, and goofer dust.

I would go with destruction and stay away from the DUME. I mean its no secret I like to get down and dirty BUT Killing someone? Eh...it would take someone to really piss me off to do that. You are going to have to rationalize for them and not let their anger get the best of the situation.

But if these people are unfair you can call upon some reversing and revenge products instead. I mean get them wrapped up in their own crap can be just as effective sometimes.

Re: Destruction versus DUME

Posted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 1:45 pm
by suzyparker
WOW.. for my own peace of mind I am not monkeying around with DUME. I think I'll convince her strongly about reversal work.. I have success with it and I have ZERO issues using it. Maybe Destruction, but I'm steering clear of the other.

Thanks for the input.

Re: Destruction versus DUME

Posted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 4:56 pm
by ariela
I'm not the expert but DUME may not necessarily kill but maybe hurt a person in other ways, like financially. It depends on what they did and how much you put into a spell. Am I right?

Re: Destruction versus DUME

Posted: Wed Jan 26, 2011 5:01 pm
by starsinthesky7
No. Death Unto My enemies...means exactly that DEATH! It can probably hurt them close to death, and literally cause them to physically die, but no...this is going to harm them.