Master Oil

Master oil is used to appear to be more competent.  It is useful for people who wish to stand out among other similarly or more skilled professionals.  It is great for leaders, as it increases the confidence others have in you and your abilities.  It can also help one to …

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Burying a Knife For Home Protection

In western and central Africa, fetishes and other ceremonial artifacts are often planted in the ground for protection, blessings, or other purposes.  This carried over into the diaspora and blended with other regional and revealed practices.  One of the things that is done but not often discussed is burying a …

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Firey Wall of Protection Oil

This oil is used for general but intense protection.  You can put it in the corners or the bottom left corner of doorways of places you want to keep negative/inappropriate energy or people out of, or neutralize them if you have to let them in (such as in a workplace).  …

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Golden Fish Ceremony January 2015

We gave offerings for protection and prosperity.  In this case, it was a very nice fish stuffed with money and sweet things. It went very well, and later I will post more photos with items for home protection.  This is very important because where there are some things the Obeah-person should do, there are also […]
Golden Fish Ceremony January 2015
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Banishing and Offerings, February 2015

This week, we had some heavy work to do. It was epic.  One day we had some banishing, and the next, some more positive offerings. The weather was very exciting, but we managed to do what we needed to do.  So in the end, it was wonderful and worth it. 
Banishing and Offerings, February 2015
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Van Van Oil Recipe

Van Van is used to increase the likelihood of success in many areas of life.  It is an overall good luck enhancer, and is used to anoint all sorts from rabbit’s foot charms to mojo bags. The usual recipe (for a 100 ml. bottle) is: a small piece of pyrite …

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Bend Over Oil Recipe

Some situations demand that you dominate a person.  Here is an old standard recipe that will suit most situations.  Mind you, this is not a “zombie” oil that will turn off their mind and make them your slave.  It will however, help you to achieve the upper hand when dealing …

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Follow Me Boy Oil Recipe

Follow Me Boy is an old standard recipe used by prostitutes to stand out among others, but may also be useful for merchants at festivals and markets.  You wear it with whatever other perfumes or colognes you do normally, but in my experience it works best with fruity citrus scents. …

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Hummingbird (Chuparosa) Oil Recipe

Hummingbird oil is a condition oil formula that is made to ensure fidelity in a romantic relationship.  It works best for people who are married, have children together, or have been committed to each other for more than 5 years.  It can prevent a partner from straying or leaving, or …

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Let’s Go Crazy

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Bi iwin bi idin
like madness, like maggots
Cast divination for Sango 
Who was asked to offer his pants and his scarf 
He refused …

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Voodou Priests And Doctors Are On The Frontline Of Haiti’s Mental Health Care

In Haiti, a key way to improve mental healthcare is to work with religious leaders from Catholic, Protestant and Voodou faiths, says the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) in Toronto.

Haiti’s voodoo religion heavily influences how mental illness is perceived and treated. For centuries Haitians have turned to voodoo priests for help.

Both male “houngan” priests and female “manbo” priestesses perform ceremonies and sacrificial rituals to treat people.

“Voodoo heals the mind, soul and body. The soul is what we are, which controls everything, all our actions and mind,” Max Beauvoir, the “Ati” or supreme leader of Haitian voodoo, told the Thomson Reuters Foundation.

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Come To Me Oil and Incense Recipe

Come To Me condition oil is an old formula used to motivate someone to come to the wearer.  It can be used to draw a specific person, or to draw someone from the Universe so to speak.  In the latter case, it is very useful in cultures wherein people tend …

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