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PEACE WATER

"Old-time Root Doctors have claimed that sprinkling PEACE WATER around the corners of the home will ensure that only kind people and good spirits may enter. Sold as a Curio only."
-- The Lucky Mojo Curio Co. catalogue

Peace Water is a wonderful hoodoo product that originated, i believe, as an antidote to the more commonly-mentioned War Water. It is a tool for laying tricks against enemies by means of benevolent foot track magic, causing those who step in it to treat each other respectfully and with kindliness, and preventing hostile people or evil spirits from entering the premises. Thus, it is not only used for protection, but also to work on the minds of those who come into contact with it, rendering them gentle and mild in temper.

Peace Water draws its symbolism from the Biblical injunction to "spread oil on troubled waters." It consists of two pale blue liquids and a watery-clear liquid, each scented with a different herbal essence. When at rest in its bottle, the three fluids in Peace Water naturally separate into layers, each with its own fragrance, one of which is quite similar to Florida Water.

To use Peace Water, you shake up the bottle thoroughly, blending and mixing the three layers into a single pale-blue, cloudy emulsion. Then, walking backward, you sprinkle drops of Peace Water at the four outside corners of the house or in the four corners of each room. For a really strong job, you can circle the house, sprinkling as you go, or sprinkle on the four corners of a larger piece of property.

Alternatively, you can put Peace Water in a pump sprayer and shake it up, then spray it around the house. Remember that it does have oil in it, though, so it may stain delicate fabrics. It is best used on floors and furniture. Some people like to add Peaceful Home dressing oil Peace Water to give it more strength, but it is plenty good all on its own.

Where household quarrels or in-law troubles have been of long standing, it is advised to ritually cleanse the home first with Chinese Wash to clear out any old messes before sprinkling Peace Water in the corners. For a more powerful job when there have been assaults from enemies, an outer ring of Fiery Wall of Protection sachet powder can be laid down around the perimeter of the property after the ritual cleaning, and the Peace Water can then be sprinkled within this circle at the corners and center.

The opposite of Peace Water is, of course, War Water, which is used to declare occult war and trouble enemies.


Order Peace Water from the Lucky Mojo Curio Co.

More information on hoodoo can be found on the following pages:

how to use hoodoo spiritual supplies
an introduction to African-American hoodoo magic
using anointing and dressing oils in the hoodoo tradition
using incense in the hoodoo tradition
using bath crystals and floor washes in the hoodoo tradition
using sachet powders in the hoodoo tradition
candle burning in the hoodoo tradition
laying tricks and disposing of ritual remnants in the hoodoo tradition
foot-track magic in the hoodoo tradition
mojo bags and conjure hands in the hoodoo tradition

specific formulas for spiritual supplies
Attraction (to bring in what you want; also used to bring in money)
Black Cat (to bring back a lost love, for gambling, for dark arts)
Chinese Wash (to clean away crossed conditions in a home)
Come To Me (to draw a lover of the opposite sex closer)
Compelling (to make someone do what was promised or pay what is owed)
Crossing (to mess someone's life up by jinxing their luck in all ways)
Fast Luck (for immediate sexual and money luck)
Fear Not to Walk Over Evil (for protection from tricks and crossing)
Follow Me Boy (to dominate and control a man with sexual allure)
Four Thieves Vinegar (to protect yourself and drive off enemies)
Goofer Dust (to wreck someone's life up or kill them)
Graveyard Dirt (to kill or control someone)
Hot Foot (to drive someone out of your life or cause them to leave town)
John the Conqueror (for strength, mastery, love, and money)
Kiss Me Now (to rapidly bring about a sexual affair)
Lavender Love Drops (for drawing gay and lesbian love and sex)
Lodestone (to attract and draw luck, money, and love)
Love Me (to attract a new lover or turn an old friend into a new lover)
Lucky Hand (for a "helping hand" in money matters and gambling)
Magnetic Sands (to feed the lodestone for love or money matters)
Peaceful Home (for a happy marriage or domestic relationship)
Peace Water (to soothe a household and ensure that only good will enter)
Reconciliation (to repair lovers' spats)
Stay With Me (for conjugal fidelity and marital faithfulness)
Uncrossing (to break jinxes and remove crossed conditions)
Van Van (to open the way, drive off evil, and anoint amulets)
War Water (to declare occult war on your enemies and trouble them)

spells organized by type of job to be done
love spells and amulets from around the world
spells and amulets for gambling luck
protection spells

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