NEW LARGER SIZE! 7 lovely Hoodoo samples to add to your cabinet, altar or give as gifts! Have you ever wanted to just try a little bit? You can have whatever you need at your finger tips with this set. Complete your hoodoo hutch or root rack! 7 samples of the most common mineral curios in Hoodoo. All packaged in old world, heavy glass, 10 ml bottles with natural corks that keep the look of your supplies authentic.
Here's what you get; 1.Brick Dust-To lay red brick dust around your home will keep those who wish to steal, or do any other harm from crossing, onto your property. Allegedly, evil can not step over the line of dust. On Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, get up before dawn without speaking to anyone and wash your doorstep with your own urine and water. When it dries, sprinkle this dust across the doorstep. To make the wash stronger, write the Name of the Captain of Police on paper, burn the Name-Paper to ashes, and add the ashes to your scrub water. For a money drawing dust, mix Red Brick Dust with cinnamon powder and brown sugar with water and scrub your doorstep inward for quick and continuous cash flow. 2.Witch's salt prevents and repels negative magick. This salt can lessen the severity of most jinxes, hexes, curses, or hants. Place this around your property to prevent those who wish to harm or steal from passing over. Place in an enemy's footstep to prevent them from returning. I find the best way to use this is as preventative magick; before any working place a circle of this around so unwanted forces can not disturb your working. 3.Pyrite is a mineral held in high regard as a powerful money drawing talisman. It is used by many people for the purpose of bringing good fortune in business, money, and gambling. Root workers make conjure bags for employment and drawing good fortune. Pyrite is often used in a green conjure bag with cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, chamomile, irish moss, bayberry, alfalfa, and John the Conqueror to create a powerful money drawing hand. Before handling your cash, dress such a bag with my Wealthy Way oil and recite the 23rd Psalm. If you would like me to create this mojo, I would be happy to assist you-just convo me;) Pyrite may be the most popular stone in hoodoo other than lodestone and is worth it's weight in gold;) 4.Saltpetre (sodium nitrate) is used in making self-lighting incense powders as it is combustible, and has a history of use in rites of purification and protection. It is often mixed with two other minerals to make a magickal bath or powder. One popular combination uses a teaspoon of saltpetre, a cup of Salt, a cup of epsom salts, and Mexican anil (also sold here) in a bath; wash downward only, to remove all evil influences. The same mixture can be used as dry granules to spinkle around the house for cleansing.You can make a floor wash by combining a handful of salt, a handful of saltpetre and some chamber lye (your first urine of the day). Prepare this in silence and wash your front steps and sidewalk with this formula. 5.Sulphur is a naturally occurring mineral that has long been used by root doctors,hoodoos, and witches. It is said that if a cross of sulphur is laid over a person's footprint, it will cause harm to the target. Used in crossing powders, hot-foot powders, and burned as an incense to rid your home of negativity and malevolent spirits. Add to any gris gris, charm, or sachet for extra protective powers. One of my top ingredients in my bellarmines. Allegedly, if you lay a line of brimstone at the bottom of your main door, those who wish to harm you will not be able to cross it. Great ingredient to have on hand...you never know when you'll need it! 6.Iron Sand-Recharge and feed your mojos and lodestones with this iron sand! Lodestones must be "fed" regularly to maintain their magnetic properties and mojos benefit from the drawing power of this sand. This not technically sand, but tiny iron filings, which "stick" and feed the lodestone by way of magnetism. Brings prosperity, wealth, luck, fortune, and the power of attraction to you! Sprinkle some of this sand around your home and see what it draws in! Can be used to enhance any type of working, spell, or practice. 7. Alum is a mineral with a long history used in cooking, medicine, and folk-magic. Alum is the best ingredient for drawing and attraction. I add it to almost every mojo I make as it draws in positivity and squelches negativity. Just as alum puckers the mouth, it will do the same to those who gossip or tell lies. To make a lucky hand add some alum, a piece of pyrite, and a pinch of saltpetre together in a red flannel bag dressed with Kyoto powder. This makes the best mojo hand for luck.
5 ml glass vials with natural cork. thanks for looking! ashe! curios only. ****Vials differ from photo.