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Hoodoo

Based on elements of Congo folk magic, Anglo-Saxon folk-magic, Native American folk-magic, and related traditions, Hoodoo is a 200-year-old practice of magic. A gris-gris bag (also spelled gree-gree bag or Gregory bag) is the African name for a type of charm that is used in hoodoo. It is also called a mojo hand or mojo bag..

Hoodoo PracticeEdit

   If you want:

  • to keep something close: bury it in your back yard
  • to attract something: bury it under your front porch
  • to destroy it's influence: Burn it
  • It to move away and sink: throw it in running water
  • to disperse it over a distance: throw it at a crossroads
  • to fix it's influence: enter it into a five spot pattern
  • it to work by means of spirits: bury it in a graveyard
  • to hide it's point of orgins: conceal it in a tree
  • it to work in secret: put it in food or drink
  • it to work in stealth: hide it in clothing or objects
  • It's influence to begin or strengthen: throw it to the east
  • it's influence to weaken or end: throw it to the west

DO NOT EVER BURY OR THROW OUT REMAINS OF NEGATIVE SPELLS IN YOUR OWN YARD!

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