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Reconciliation is an old hoodoo formula for oil, incense, sachet powders, and washing products that are believed to put an end to the sorrow and hostility which sometimes keeps friends and lovers apart. Reconciliation sachet powder is often used as part of a special reconciliation ritual.
The labels shown here are from packages of Lucky Mojo brand Reconciliation crystal salts for putting in the laundry or performing a ritual floor wash, self-lighting incense powders for fumigating an area or as an adjunct to spell work, sachet powders for sprinkling on letters that require a certain response, and anointing oil for dressing candles. Like the rest of the Lucky Mojo line, these products contain genuine herbs, roots, and herbal essential oils, not synthetic fragrances. The ingredients in Reconciliation include Balm of Gilead Buds, 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.
Of all the love spells commonly requested of me, it is my experience that Reconciliation is by far the most difficult to accomplish. Typical causes of failure include: residual anger on the part of either party, complete apathy on the part of the desired party, and/or a change of heart in the person doing the spell whereby they secure the return of the lover only to find that they didn't want that person's love after all because the problems that led to the original breakup remain even after the reconciliation takes effect.
People often ask, "If i am not living with the person with whom i wish to reconcile, can i still use a Reconciliation spell or mojo bag?" The answer is you can, but your chance of success is somewhat lower. If you haven't spoken to the person in a long time, don't know their location, are not sure whether they have found someone new, etc., i advise against trying the Reconciliation Spell Kit or mojo hand until you have resumed contact with the one whom you desire. Magic can work miracles, but when people have moved completely out of your reach and embarked on a new life, it is neither wise nor entirely practical to try to draw them back.
Here are links to some useful spells to bring back a lost lover:
candle ritual for the reconciliation of estranged lovers
lodestone fidelity love spell; can be adapted to reconciliation
Saint Anthony invocation for the return of lost objects and lovers
Or try this hoodoo spell, if your prefer:
Assemble the following ingredients:
Carve both of your names on the 9 pink candles . Dress each candle with Reconciliation Dressing Oil before use. Burn the candles and Incense for 9 mornings before dawn. On the 9th morning, before dawn, reserve a pinch of each of the herbs and the whole Root for later use, as described below. Light your incense and candle as you did the previous 8 days. While they burn, make a tea from the rest of the herbs and strain it, then dissolve a packet of Reconciliation Bath Crystals in the liquid. Bathe in this, rubbing only upward, and air dry yourself, then set aside a basin of the bath water. Prepare a paper to write to your lover by masturbating and getting some of your sexual fluids on the paper, then letting it dry. Dress the Root with your sexual fluids. Put the Root and the herbs in the pink flannel bag and dress the bag with Reconciliation Oil. Write the a letter on the prepared paper; sprinkle the letter with Reconciliation Sachet Powder (tapping off the excess), seal it with a drop of your bath-water and a drop of Reconciliation Oil and a drop of your sexual fluids. Keep the mojo bag on your person and wear Reconciliation Oil as a scent Carry your left-over bath-water to a crossroads in the basin, throw it over your left shoulder toward the rising sun, walk away and don't look back. Mail the letter at once, before you return to your home.
I sell the ingredients to work a similar, but even stronger hoodoo spell in the form of a Reconciliation Spell Kit. This contains everything you will need to perform a very powerful Reconciliation spell that will draw your lover back to you. Included are: a pink "bride and groom" candle, a matched pair of Lodestones, a packet of Magnetic Sand, Reconciliation Incense, Reconciliation Bath Crystals, Reconciliation Sachet Powder, Reconciliation Dressing Oil, a packet of Balm of Gilead buds, a pink flannel mojo bag with a metal dove charm sewn on, and complete instructions for use.
Okay, now, having dealt with NON-coercive Reconciliation spells, there is also another path (not for everyone).
In African-American hoodoo practice, the most powerful coercive spell to force a lover to return is the famous black cat bone spell for the return of a lost love. It is said to be infallible -- but it does require that you boil a black cat alive in order to accomplish it. I do not recommend it to anyone.
Another coercive love spell, not specifically designed for Reconciliation, but easily adapted for use in that way, is the "Love Me Or Die" Jack Ball that uses your hair and your lover's hair, along with goofer dust or graveyard dirt, to force the one you desire to love you or sicken to death.
No less coercive, but a little less violent, is the so-called "Spell of Intranquility" which calls upon The Spirit of Intranquility to harass and trouble one's departed lover with restlessness and loneliness until he or she returns.
I do not practice coercive love spells, but i have personally used some of the herbs and candle magic spells and such-like that are used to rekindle love, and i have used them with success ... however, speaking as someone who once wasted 4 years trying to rekindle love in a man who at one point said loved me deeply but had backed away after promising to live with me and be my partner, i have to say that trying to rekindle love in a loveless man was like reanimating a corpse. No kidding. He came back to me time and time again and wanted to start over every single time i would use a Lodestone on him in a Reconciliation spell -- but he never had anything to GIVE, even though he did come back.
It is possible that your beloved is dead inside like that and does not understand or seek deep union with you or anyone at this time because of not understanding love at all and instead wanting a life dedicated to other interests, whether they be money, success, power, or a partner they can abide with but need not invite into their soul.
Okay, you want to try anyway. Sure. I know, you have to try -- love wants love and you know how much you have to offer, so you are bound to try.
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