LUCKY HAND ROOT MONEY SPELL
To get and hold a job, always carry a lucky hand root on your person.
Use Lucky Nine Oil on your wrists each day for nine days, and burn some
John the Conqueror Incense each night. These roots bring luck in all
undertakings and no conjure bag would be considered complete without one.
The hands are usually imperfect, but this does not affect their value as a talisman.
The ones which are formed so that all five fingers are distinguishable are very
rare and therefore extremely expensive.
Low John the Conqueror, Galangal
Power: Justice, success in all official matters
Protects against injustice. Good in a bag to resolve legal matters, to help with examinations and to increase passion, good fortune and family happiness. Carry in your pocket separately to a court case, tribunal or enquiry for a speedy and satisfactory resolution. You can substitute ginger root.
High John the Conqueror
Latin Name: Ipomoea jalapa
Common Names: John the Conqueror, Bindweed, Jalap Root
Folklore: John the Conqueror is spoken of often in African American folklore and is frequently considered to be quite magically potent, particularly among Hoodoo traditions.
It has been written of and referenced for these purposes by numerous famous Blues singers including Willie Dixon, Muddy Waters, and Bo Diddley, making it quite the iconic among that community and culture.
Magickal Uses: Essential ingredient in mojo bags, Good Luck, Strength, Overcome Obstacles, Powerful Protection against Negative Energy and Curses, Sex Magick, Attraction.
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