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The label shown here is from a Lucky Mojo brand Money Drawing Vigil Candle, burned by those who wish to attract financial success and profit. Like the rest of the Lucky Mojo line, these products contain genuine reputed money-drawing herbs and herbal essential oils, not synthetic fragrances. The ingredients in Money Drawing include Cinnamon, Pyrite, and Bayberry, plus other herbs and essences. Lucky Mojo labels are adapted from vintage packaging and in many cases the images are as traditional as the ingredients themselves.
Money Drawing is the most popular brand name for spiritual supplies for attracting income. It is related to a number of other well-known financial and business spiritual supplies, such as:
The above formulas may, of course, be mixed and matched in any way that suits the practitioner, or may be teamed up with formulas from another line of goods, such as a lucky gambler's formula like Fast Luck, a protection formula like Stop Gossip, or a passion and sexual love spell formula like Love Me.
How you choose to use Money Stay With Me spiritual supplies is, of course,
up to you, but one very traditional
method is to employ them in conjunction with the 23rd Psalm, while praying for all that is
PSALM 23 The Lord is my shepherd; I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures. He leadeth me beside the still waters. He restoreth my soul. He leadeth me in the paths of righteousness for His name's sake. Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil for thou art with me. Thy rod and Thy staff they comfort me. Thou preparest a table before me in the presence of mine enemies. Thou anointest my head with oil. My cup runneth over. Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life, and I will dwell in the house of the Lord for ever. Amen.
Using Money Drawing spiritual supplies can be as simple as wearing the perfumed oil as a personal scent to bring in customers to a store -- to laying down sachet powders in one's work-place to draw money. When starting Money Drawing work, some people like to get things going with a full-blown money spell and then continue to use the oil to dress themselves, their money, or a physical location to which they are trying to draw trade.
DRAWING STEADY CUSTOMERS TO A BUSINESS
When opening a new business, it is always advised to clear away past conditions in the building by washing the premises from back to front with a spiritual cleaning agent such as Chinese Wash or Van Van crystals made up into Floor Wash. (Both of these are made with Lemongrass and other herbs.)
After the cleaning, it is time to entice customers. Wash the front sidewalk and door stoop back inward with a fresh bucket of crub water in which you have mixed a little Money Drawing Hoodoo Oil plus a pinch of Suagr and a pinch of Cinnamon Powder
After cleansing and dressing the premises, the following spells can be used singly or in combination to draw in trade. I have known shop-keepers who have used all of these spells at various times and in various combinations. I myself use them and they have worked well for me.
To get a new business off to a good start or increase the success of an existing business, perform the 14-Day Lodestone and Magnetic Sand Money Drawing Spell utilizing a large Lodestone. Once the spell is finished, keep the Lodestone in or near your cash register. Feed it once a week with Magnetic Sand.
For steady cash flow, use Money Drawing Oil to dress the doorway of the premises at least once a week. Place Money Drawing Sachet Powder and/or a mixture of Irish Moss (for steady cash flow), Cinnamon Chips or Cinnamon Powder (to draw in both customers and their cash), and sugar (to sweeten the customers up) at the door or -- better yet -- under the entrance mat. Laying either Money Drawing Sachet Powder mixed with the above herbs in the four corners of the room, with a fifth little pile in the center in a quincunx pattern is also traditional. Burning Money Drawing Incense in the store first thing in the morning is also recommended.
One of the most traditional ways to draw customers into a shop or office on an ongoing basis is to mix up and use your own special Business Success Floor Wash and use it once a week in a rite that ombines both cleansing (with Van Van spiritual supplies) and drawing new customers (Attraction spiritual supplies). This floor wash must be prepared in complete silence, on a morning during which you have woken up and gone into the store without speaking to anyone, not even family members, and also without going to the bathroom.
When you get to the store, make up and light a cone of Money Drawing Incense and place it on the floor. Step over it three times, smoking yourself and your clothing well. When that is done, clean up the incense, then get your wash bucket and urinate into it. Add a pinch each of sugar and Cinnamon Powder, the ashes left from the incense, a few drops of Money Drawing Oil and a half-handful of mixed-together Van Van and Attraction brand Bath Crystals. Fill the bucket with hot water and use it to wash the premises from back to front (if there is wall-to-wall carpeting, wash the baseboards only). Sweep the remains of the wash water out the front door onto the sidewalk with a broom while praying for all negativity to be removed -- and then sweep it back in toward the doorway while praying for new customers to be drawn to the shop. Walk back inside backwards and open the store for business.
MONEY LAMP AND MONEY CANDLES
Many people keep a money lamp or money candle burning at their shops during business hours. It can be set in the back where no one sees it, if necessary.
There are many kinds of Money Drawing candles, including the green 7-knob candles, green 7-day vigil candles, green pyramid with eye candles, and green 14-day sanctuary lights. In the United States, where all of our paper currency is green, we usually use green candles for Money Drawing; in other countries, gold candles are the norm, and they are also popular with some workers in the USA. Whatever kind of candle you choose, it should be dressed with Money Drawing Oil and placed on a $20.00 bill and surrounded by 4 dimes as it burns.
A money lamp is a regular glass-reservoir kerosene lamp (or one with green glass) which you have prepared by placing a Money Drawing mineral -- either a chunk of Pyrite or a Lodestone dressed with Magnetic Sands -- and a bunch of coins in the reservoir where they can be seen. The coins can either all be silver dimes, or the change you took in during your first cash sales, or an assortment of one penny, one nickel, one dime, one quarter, one fifty-cent piece, and one silver dollar -- that is, one each of every denomination of coin. If you can't find a green-glass lamp, you can use green-tinted lamp oil (most hardware stores carry tinted lamp oil) instead of plain -- in either case, scent the kerosene lightly with Money Drawing Conjure Oil
THE SUCCESS SIGIL and TRAINED HUNTING MONEY
The very simplest magic spell i know for drawing in money was taught to me in the 1960s by the owner of a store that sold hoodoo spiritual supplies in Oakland, California. All you need to perform it is a ball-point pen and some Money Drawing Sachet Powder, plus Money Drawing Oil or Hoyt's cologne. In a pinch you can use whiskey instead of the oil or Hoyt's cologne. Here's how it goes:
First you need to understand the "SUCCESS sigil." This is a special, cryptic way of writing the word "success." Try it out on paper before you do it on your money.
First write the word
Then write it again without the vowels
Then draw a line through each S to change it to a dollar sign $ and draw a line through each C to change it to a cent sign ¢
Finally, add another $ to the front so that the whole thing is a symmetrical palindrome (reading the same from front to back and back to front)
That is the SUCCESS sigil -- $$¢¢$$.
Now take out every bill in your wallet. Write the SUCCESS sigil diagonally in every corner of each bill. Underneath the name of the US Treasurer, write your own full name. Mark the bills spiritually by sprinkling each one with Money Drawing Sachet Powder and dragging your four fingernails down along it in "wavy snake lines," then shaking the powder off. Dress the four corners of each bill with a drop of Money Drawing Oil , Hoyt's cologne, or whiskey as you say the 23rd Psalm out loud ("The Lord is my shepherd, i shall not want..."). Put the dressed money back in your wallet.
Dressed money such as this is called "trained money" or "hunting money" because If you spend it wisely, it will go out into the world and hunt up more money to come your way.
Spend your trained hunting money only on things that are necessary to you or which can bring you more money or success -- that is, if you are a student, spend that money on school supplies. If you have a job, spend the money on office supplies, or a uniform, or postage stamnps for the business.
The man who taught me this money spell said it was especially good if you got a new job that required a uniform and you dressed each bill you would spend on the uniform rather than writing a check for it.
If you start using trained hunting money like this, in the years to come you will also notice that now and then you will receive money with someone's else's name written on it, or the SUCCESS sigil, or some other mark, and you'll know that those folks are using similar money-drawing spells. If you get a bill with someone else's name on it, write yours under theirs and say the 23rd Psalm for their success and for your own as you do so. This way you piggy-back your magic spell on top of theirs and you will both benefit.
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