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SPELLS for JOB-GETTINGcompiled from usenet, 1995 - present
and STEADY WORKSpelling and format editing has occurred within these posts; some email addresses may be out of date. These posts are copyright by their respective authors as noted, and all rights are reserved. In other words, the contributions of these authors are not to be mirrored to other web sites or copied into print without the express permission of each individual author. ------------------------------------------ A SPELL TO FIND A JOB This is NOT a quickie. Take one LARGE black candle, and write on it everything that opposes you in getting the job you desire (this could be fear, lack of experience, lack of contacts, whatever). Also take one piece of parchment paper and write the same things on it. Dress the black candle with Begone or some other banishing oil. Every night for nine nights, at 9 PM or midnight, burn the black candle while visualizing the obstacles disappearing. On the ninth night, burn the parchment also. (Try to burn the candle so there is only about one hour or less left to burn out on the last night.) Then at 10 PM after the black candle has burned out, light a green glass candle that has been dressed with money drawing or success oil. (Prior to this you will have focused on everything you want this new job to be - hours, days, location, salary, benefits,, etc. - be very specific. Write these things on a second piece of parchment.) The green candle will be burned for four nights, visualizing everything you wrote. On the fourth night also burn the second piece of parchment. On the fifth night burn a "thank you" candle - yellow, white, or orange, or the color that is significant to your favorite goddess. Notes: If you cannot do the spell at night, it can be done at 9 AM or noon. Instead of one large candle you could also use nine individual black candles, and write something different on each one. The best timing would be to begin on the waning moon, and finish on the waxing moon, but the spell can be used any time. The spell begins as soon as you conceive of it. If you get what you want before the ritual is over, complete the entire ritual anyway, including thanking the gods. You want part one (the banishment) to end on the Dark Moon (the night BEFORE the New Moon), and you want part two (getting the job) to start on the New Moon. The Dark Moon is used for banishment and getting rid of. The New Moon is for new beginnings. Hence the timing noted. On disposing of the ashes, this is what I suggest for part one. When I write and do a banishing ritual, I scatter the ashes to the winds. This is symbolic of the (obstacle, whatever) being scattered, and therefore removed. So, once the parchment has burned completely and the ashes are cool, take them outside and toss them into the air, letting the winds scatter them. The next best thing is to dump them into running water (no, not down the sink or toilet, but in a creek or river). This would "wash" them away. For part two of the spell, I'm going on instinct. Something is telling me that the ashes and candle stub should be put in a box and left in a safe place. As long as they remain undisturbed, the job is secure. I'm not going to claim that this is correct, so anyone who does this spell should take care of the ashes according to their preference, teachings, and/or instinct. © 1998 NightShade (email@example.com) ------------------------------------------ TO GET A JOB Crux777 wrote: > firstname.lastname@example.org (MBarge) wrote: > > Do you know what novena candle I should burn to get a job? > Green candle (for money, business success). Also pink. But > green is best. I also recommend green candles, plus there are half-pink, half-green glass-enclosed 7-day candles sold in occult supply stores under names like "steady work" and "trabajo" ("job"). > > Also, what saint is good for getting a job? > St. Joseph for business, income, financial needs. This is Joseph the Carpenter (the step-father of Jesus). For job-getting, some folks like to get a card or print that shows him **at work** at his carpenter's bench. (The other image of him usually shows him simply holding the baby Jesus.) > > Please let me know of any other suggestions you might have as > > far as getting the job i want. If you do not know, do you have > > any ideas where I can find this info? > Good resources: > > "Master Book of Candle-Burning" -- Henri Gamache > > "Helping Yourself With Selected Prayers", Original Publishing > Co., Bronx, NY > > Any of Anna Riva's candle-burning books. > > All above can be gotten from any good occult supplier. Of these books, i prefer Gamache's (and i sell it via mail order, incidently). Other job-getting occult supplies in the hoodoo tradition include "Steady Work" products, available as a dressing oil (for candles or oneself), incense, sachet powder, and bath crystals/floorwash. One of the major ingredients in the Steady Work formula, if the maker is not faking it, should be essential oil of Benzoin or, in the case of the incense, Resin of Benzoin. Other major ingredients should be Gravel Root and salt. About the last-named ingredient: There is a very common and very old hoodoo belief that salt will help you get a job. Grab a handful of salt and carry it in your pocket when you go for the job interview. While the boss' back is turned, try to sprinkle a little of the salt on his or her clothes without being seen. If you can do that, you will land a good job and the boss will always treat you fairly. Lucky Mojo brand Steady Work incense (i can't vouch for other barands) contains Benzoin Resin, Gravel Root, and salt as ingredients. You can also buy pure benzoin resin and burn it on charcoal, if you prefer. © 1998 catherine yronwode (email@example.com)
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