"Readers and Rootworkers are generally people who are spiritually gifted with the power to see things that others do not. Some tell fortunes, others read tarot cards, practice palmistry or astrology, or give spiritual advice. All such workers, as well as students of the occult, can benefit from the use of Psychic Vision spiritual supplies, hand-made occult goods intended to enhance a conjure doctor's natural psychic talents and abilities."
-- The Lucky Mojo Curio Co. catalogue
The labels shown here are from packages of Lucky Mojo brand Psychic Vision Ritual Oil, crystal salts for putting in the laundry or performing a ritual floor wash, self-lighting incense powders for fumigating an area one wishes to purify, sachet powders for sprinkling on letters of sympathy and prayer, and anointing oil for dressing candles or anointing the body. Like the rest of the Lucky Mojo line, these products contain genuine herbs, roots, and herbal essential oils, not synthetic fragrances. The ingredients in Psychic Visionformulas include Anise Seed, plus other herbs and essences.
Like the rest of the Lucky Mojo line, this product contains genuine herbal essential oils, not synthetic fragrances. Lucky Mojo labels are adapted from vintage packaging and in many cases the images are as traditional as the ingredients themselves.
Psychic Vision is one of a family of related formulas that also includes Abramelin, Master Key, Black Arts, African Juju, Spirit Guide, and Indian Spirit Guide products. Each one of these old-time recipes is slightly different -- some placing emphasis on magical conjuration, others on psychic ability, spirit contacts, or mental sensitivity, or all of these combined with good fortune and luck at ritual and ceremonial workings -- but they have in common the underlying aim of enhancing the magician's internally generated spiritual forces, enabling action upon the external world.
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 financial or money luck formula like Money Drawing, or a passion and sexual love spell formula like Love Me.
How you choose to use
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.
There are thousands of specific spells that employ a variety of hoodoo spiritual supplies. Here are some of the ways you can use Psychic Vision brand spiritual supplies to attract the luck you desire.
You may perform spells for increasing magical power, strength, energy, and force of will whenever you desire. If the need is not urgent, you can take time to align your spell-casting with cosmic forces and work by a Waxing Moon Phase, so that the Moon grows bigger while you work. But don't let the Moon Phases hold you back: if the timing is not right, you can do the work whenever it is best for you.
Psychic Vision hoodoo oil can be used as a bath oil, to dress candles for magic rites and rituals, as an additive to oil-based furniture polishes, or to wear oin your own body as a magical perfume. The genuine and authentic herbs and roots in the bottle are your assurance that this is a hand-made conjure oil and not a chemical-scented factory product.
Before dawn dissolve half a packet of Psychic Vision Bath Crystals into a tub of hot water. Pour the water over your head 9 times as you say the 23rd Psalm and name what you want. Air-dry yourself and collect a basin of the used bath water, which now has your essence in it. Dress in fresh, clean clothes, carry the basin of bath-water to a crossroads and throw the water toward the sunrise in the East. Walk back home and don't look back.
Dust your body, your important paperwork, or your socks and shoes with Psychic Vision Sachet Powder, or sprinkle a pinch of Psychic Vision Sachet Powder in the four corners of the room where you plan to meet with those whom you wish to influence. Each time, say the 23rd Psalm and name what you want.
Carve your full name on a blue or white Offertory Candle. You can mix this oil with other magical hoodoo or conjure oils according to your desires. and dress the candle with Psychic Vision Oil. You can mix this oil with other magical hoodoo or conjure oils according to your desires.
As you dress the candle, speak aloud your petition, such as, "With the help and grace of God, may my visions into the world of Sopirit be clear, accurate and strong tonight."
You may burn the candle in sections (generally 15 minutes at a time) or let it burn through to the end, no matter how long it takes. If you burn it in sections, you may fnd it a good idea to light and burn the incense each time as well.
If you want the spell to be ongoing, or want a light at home to "back you up" while you are about your business, you would be better off to use a fixed and prepared purple Glass Encased Vigil Candle. Write your petition on paper, cross it with your name written 9 times, and set the Vigil Light in a safe place, such as the sink, bath tub, or shower stall, where it will not cause any problems while you are out.
Make the Psychic Vision Incense Powders into cones (use a twist of paper or a small candle snuffer cone, pack the incense in with your finger, and turn it out of the cone) or place it loose on a brazier.
You can suffumicate an entire room with Psychic Vision incense. Many psychic readers, for instance, find that keeping a pot of incense smoking while they work increases their ability to break through into a spiritual space or magical way of working.
Psychic Vision Incense can also be used to suffumigate objects used in your work as a psychic. Aming the tools of divination most often smoked with incense are crystal balls, pendulums, playing cards, Lenormand card, tarot cards, oracle cards, and osteomantic bone reading sets . Because crystals can also be washed with herbal teas or mineral crystal baths, and cartomancers also can use sachet powders to dress their cards, it has become the habit of bone readers to use incense to prepare or refresh their bone sets. Psychic Vision Incense Powder is among the most highly favoured choices for this work.
Whenever it is convenient for you, dissolve the remaining half of your packet of bath crystals in hot water and add the liquid to the rinse water when you do your laundry, especially your underwear and stockings. When you wear these clothes, you will be "dressed" for magical power.
It is important to properly dispose of ritual remains. Because these are magic spells for good luck, you may want to keep the remains around your home. Wrap up any left-over candle wax, incense ashes, and used sachet powders in a piece of cloth. Secure and tie it with thread or string. Bury it in your back yard.
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