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Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Mon May 24, 2010 8:49 pm
by cognitivedissonance
Tonight I was inspired (maybe it was some of the Crown of Success I wore) to look through my collection of knick-knacks to see if there were any interesting connections. I came across a HUGE lump of Dragon's Blood that I had been holding on to for some time, and also some $2 bills I have been saving, and I decided that the time was right to use them. I lit a big red jar candle for luck and a big green jar candle for money, and I wrapped the Dragon's Blood in the $2 bill folding it inwards to seal it in, and then I wrapped that in baling twine enough times around to make sure it didn't come out of the bill.

I rolled the ball in the red candle wax first, and then I rolled it in green candle wax on top of that.

This is my first attempt at a homemade hoodoo charm, so tell me what you think! It's intended for money luck.

Re: Dragon's Blood & $2 Bill Charm for Money Luck

Posted: Wed May 26, 2010 6:15 am
by Miss Bri
Ok first off, there is a money connection for sure because the price of Dragon's Blood has gone up a lot, so if you have a big chunk that you bought several years ago the value on it has increased quite a bit :-)

Secondly, I am not sure what the thinking is behind your charm--how are you planning to use this? You took the $2 bill, wrapped it around the chunk of dragon's blood, and then rolled that in wax--sounds like a type of container spell or hand with the hardened wax functioning as the container--is that how you are planning to use it? Are you going to carry it on you? Leave it on your altar? Place it in a bottle spell? How will you feed/anoint it?

Good luck,
Bri

Re: Dragon's Blood & $2 Bill Charm for Money Luck

Posted: Wed May 26, 2010 8:24 am
by Joseph Magnuson
I had similar questions, but wanted to wait for a more trained user to ask them in a more articulate fashion. Thank you Bri...

C/D: please keep us informed of the use and effect you feel/are getting out of your charm...

...and good luck!

-Joseph

Re: Dragon's Blood & $2 Bill Charm for Money Luck

Posted: Wed May 26, 2010 2:39 pm
by cognitivedissonance
My plan is to embed it into a statue I've made for the purpose and treat that statue as a money fetish. He's dressed as a king, outfitted in green and dollar bills, and is made to sit over a space and make sure the luck is good. He's going to be painted with paint mixed with Money Drawing and Lodestone oils.

I'll put up a picture of him when I'm done... it's looking REALLY impressive!

Re: Dragon's Blood & $2 Bill Charm for Money Luck

Posted: Wed May 26, 2010 2:44 pm
by Devi Spring
That sounds great! I love fixing statues like that!

Re: Dragon's Blood & $2 Bill Charm for Money Luck

Posted: Wed May 26, 2010 3:56 pm
by cognitivedissonance
He's sort of floppy so I have to decide whether or not to make him a marionette, which could be pretty cool to have him hanging over my collection/altar like a lord.

Re: Dragon's Blood & $2 Bill Charm for Money Luck

Posted: Fri Jul 30, 2010 2:16 am
by MissMichaele
A marionette ... which you could then manipulate into making magical gestures or acting out doing whatever you'd like to do to make your living ...

No idea if that's traditional, but it sure sounds powerful. And, yeah, the whole hovering-over-the-altar-like-a-guardian-angel thing, too.

Miss Michaele

Dragon's Blood Resin

Posted: Tue Jul 05, 2011 7:10 pm
by jazzie
is dragon's blood for anything or is it limited to just either positive work or negative work?
or does it work with any type of work?
cat's book relates it to love and money work, so...
and adding to that, i've learned that a good idea in hoodoo is to work with an odd number of ingredients
would dragon's blood count like an extra one?

also, does anybody know if oak galls is another herb like dragon's blood, in that it can be used for any type of work?
and helps in adding an extra punch?
though, it seems lucky m doesn't carry oak galls
the book talks about it in being used in incense, toby or tea. so, i am not sure if this excludes mixing it with other
herbs for candle work

thanks a bunch!

dragon's blood resin

Posted: Wed Jul 06, 2011 8:30 pm
by jazzie
just want to know if dragon's blood resin is for any purpose or if it is limited to either positive or negative work
read that dragon's blood oil adds extra fire but dragon's blood oil is more for drawing (positive)
so, curious where dragon's blood resin falls

thanks a bunch

Re: dragon's blood resin

Posted: Thu Jul 07, 2011 5:09 am
by jwmcclin
jazzie, Dragon's Blood Resin is discussed here http://herb-magic.com/dragons-blood-resin.html

Re: dragon's blood resin

Posted: Thu Jul 14, 2011 1:12 pm
by Nijoli
Dragon's Blood resin definitely has a purpose and is mostly used to rid evil and bring luck. It can be used for writing, as you suggested, but can also be burned on charcoal. You can purchase it for $5.50 and I highly recommend it as an incense during love drawing spells.

http://herb-magic.com/dragons-blood-resin.html

Re: dragon's blood resin

Posted: Thu Jul 14, 2011 4:17 pm
by Miss Tammie Lee
Dragon's Blood Resin was one of the first items I ordered from Lucky Mojo. I have burned it on charcoal and have found it to be very effective!
Good Luck!

Re: dragon's blood resin

Posted: Fri Jul 29, 2011 10:53 am
by catherineyronwode
ISR-RES-DRAG
Dragon's Blood Resin Incense
$5.50

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Be sure you also have charcoal to burn it on.

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Re: Dragon's Blood Resin

Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2011 1:02 am
by jazzie
dear moderators

my post was meant to be about dragon's blood resin, not the oil
would you please indicate that in my post (still awaiting for approval) and if, a new thread has to be created about it, then, that is fine
i thought that i could talk about dragon's blood resin under this thread because both ingredients are related anyways..

thanks

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin

Posted: Wed Aug 17, 2011 1:03 am
by catherineyronwode
Jazzie, i have split your query apart from the Dragon's Blook Oil questions. Please be aware that we divide the topics here up by form -- and the resin is an INCENSE, so this post has been moved to the incense section of the forum.

Dragons blood question?

Posted: Tue Sep 06, 2011 2:22 pm
by Artaynia
If a person was to wear a bottle pendant that contained dragons blood what kind of effect would that have on the person wearing it?

Re: Dragons blood question?

Posted: Tue Sep 06, 2011 2:57 pm
by Dr Johannes
Usually it would be for protection. But it depends on the amulets culture of origin and the prayer made over the resin.

Re: Dragons blood question?

Posted: Tue Sep 06, 2011 4:06 pm
by ConjureMan Ali
Luck, protection, empowerment.

" True " Dragon's Blood Resin

Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 5:31 pm
by indian_conjure
I am confused about Dragon's Blood resin.

I have read Dragon's blood is a bright red resin that is obtained from different species of a number of distinct plant genera: Croton, Dracaena, Daemonorops, Calamus rotang and Pterocarpus. Some people say Dragon's Blood resin coming from Dracaena species, is the "true" dragon's blood. If this is true how would I recognize this? or Dragon's Blood resin coming from any plant genera will be powerful? Please Help!!

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Mon Jan 07, 2013 5:35 pm
by catherineyronwode
1) It is not "bright" red but rather rusty-red:

ISR-RES-DRAG
Dragon's Blood Resin Incense
$5.50

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Be sure you also have charcoal to burn it on.

2) The names of species and genera may be changed over the years. Dragon's Blood resin comes from palm trees.

3) You can trust Lucky Mojo to carry authentic products.

Good luck.

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Wed Apr 23, 2014 11:47 pm
by Sarafina
If a person only intends to add small amount of the dragon blood resins to other incense packs..money drawing etc..is this fine? or its only good with charcoal?

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Thu Apr 24, 2014 4:36 am
by aura
If you want to add a tiny bit to another incense, grind it to a fine powder and it should work fine. If you have anything resembling a lump however, you'll require charcoal to get it to smoke.

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Thu Apr 24, 2014 4:07 pm
by Sarafina
Thanks as always aura. I ordered some incense, will be my first time using such a thing ever actually..I read that adding a little more saltpeter makes the corresponding incense even more effective but then I read about the oomph Dragon blood adds to things so I figured I'd get that instead. I'm so excited to try everything.

Btw since I'm a complete novice to incense..do people smoke things in it while I flame is showing on the cone or do you wait til flame is gone and its mostly the smoke that's left

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Fri Apr 25, 2014 9:54 am
by aura
You wait until you have a smouldering ember on the tip and lots of smoke - no flame!

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Fri Apr 25, 2014 10:57 am
by Sarafina
LOL thanks. Now that I think about it that was a ridiculous question. ah well. thanks cant wait to try them

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Sat Mar 07, 2015 3:40 pm
by ACMcCord
Could you please explain the difference between Dragon's Blood Resin and Dragon's Blood Reed (also known as Herb Robert)?

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Sat Mar 07, 2015 6:37 pm
by catherineyronwode
Dragon's Blood Reed is not Herb Robert, for sarters.

Herb Robert is a wild geranium, Geranium robertianum. It has a neat aroma, kinda bitter-sweet.

Dragon's Blood is the dried sap of the Dragon Palm, a type of palm tree. The sap may be collected and formed into many shapes, just as maple syrup, another tree sap, is made into several forms of candies. Different cultures have differing traditions regarding these shapes. In China, the resin is formed into balls. In Yemen it is allowed to harden in bread pans. In times past, it was considered a very classy way to form it by laying it in a palm leaf or bambooo and making a reed-like stick of it. Each small reed was then individually wrapped and tied in palm fronds. This was sold as Dragon's Blood Reed for many, many decades. It is no longer made, as the areas where it came from are simply overwhelmed with wars, overpopulation, industrialization, and inhumane lack of artistry.

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Sun Mar 08, 2015 9:58 am
by ACMcCord
Thank you for the clarification.

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Wed Mar 11, 2015 10:49 pm
by angelael
Wow, Lucky Mojo now has Dragon's Blood in a 1/2 lb resin ball, Gold Seal:

http://www.luckymojo.com/mojocatincense.html#resin

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Tue Jul 21, 2015 1:33 pm
by Butterflyheart
Can dragon blood be used in break up work?

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Wed Jul 22, 2015 8:05 pm
by Miss Aida
Hello, Butterflyheart,

Yes, I imagine that Dragon's blood can be added for extra power.

This is what Moderator Devi Spring aid about it:


Devi Spring » Tue Feb 16, 2010 12:06 am

"It add a strong "oomph" to things, and has a very aggressive and fiery protective nature. You can add a little extra Dragon's Blood to many different formulas to give it an extra bit of punch.

When used in making pacts it is usually being used as am ink-dye with strong spiritual vibrations, as the resin is blood red and makes a deep red ink.

If it's been working for you, then keep at it and don't doubt your work".

Take care

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Wed Jul 22, 2015 9:04 pm
by Butterflyheart
Thank you Miss. Aida ☺️

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Sat Nov 19, 2016 2:53 pm
by goldentouch97
can i burn this incense alone when it come to cleansing

Re: Dragon's Blood Resin Qustions and Answers

Posted: Sat Nov 19, 2016 9:33 pm
by Miss Aida
Hello, goldentouch97,

Yes, you can!

Take care