Thursday, October 23, 2014

Testimony From A Client

This is the same Sharon (fake name for anonymity) from before. Sharon gave permission to share this update she had regarding love work she recently hired me to perform for her. She saw almost immediate results and was really excited.


Sent: Sunday, October 19, 2014 at 3:59 PM
From: xxx
To: mysecrethoodoo@mail.com
Subject: update

Hey Doc

I wanted to tell you how today went. He came to see me and all.i can say is it was fireworks!! He was ecstatic to see me and he just couldnt keep his hands off me.. TMI but we made love 7 times and i have hickeys all over my body! He took me out to eat and we really had fun. He left after that but he acted as if he didnt want to leave he had to get back on the road 4 hr drive. He told me he would be down here weekend after next. He said he would stay the entire weekend here with me. Hes going to leave his mate back.home n come alone next time. It seems like the ball is rolling!



Wednesday, October 22, 2014

Curses, Hexes, and the Magical Destruction of One's Enemies

Tori Spelling Underwent Voodoo Animal Sacrifice Ritual

Tori Spelling has admitted she took part in a voodoo cleansing ceremony that entailed the sacrifice of a chicken and the sprinkling of it's blood upon her to cleanse her of negative energy.

http://starcasm.net/archives/293499

Product Review - Dr. E. - Follow Me Girl! Oil


Brand: Dr. E.
Type: Oil
Name: Follow Me Girl!
Bottle: Round, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Clear
Label: The exact same label as Follow Me Boy! oil, except it has a female symbol.
Link: http://www.conjuredoctor.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=12&products_id=77

This has a similar but a more earthier smell as their Follow Me Boy! oil. There is a pinch of a root, possibly calamus root, and a whole john the conqueror root! Can you believe that? A whole root! I was very impressed by that. This is perhaps the first time I've seen a whole john the conqueror root used in any spiritual product. Normally it's just root chips that are used.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this oil a 8.

Product Review - Dr. E. - GTFO! Oil


Brand: Dr. E.
Type: Oil
Name: GTFO!
Bottle: Round, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Orange
Label: An "x" made of arrows and the name superimposed upon it.
Link: http://www.conjuredoctor.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=12&products_id=48

This oil is the Dr. E. version of Hot Foot oil. It has a pinch of red pepper flakes in the bottle. The oil has a subtle pepper fragrance. I would have changed this by adding a bit more ingredients and upping the pepper oil so that it is stronger smelling.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this oil a 5.

Product Review - Dr. E. - Follow Me Boy! Oil


Brand: Dr. E.
Type: Oil
Name: Follow Me Boy!
Bottle: Round, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Yellow
Label: A heart, a lock and the male symbol.
Link: http://www.conjuredoctor.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=12&products_id=71

The oil has a subtle, pleasant, masculine fragrance. There appears to be a pinch of Orris root in the bottle.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this oil a 6.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Product Review - Dr. E. - Talk To Me Oil


Brand: Dr. E.
Type: Oil
Name: Talk To Me
Bottle: Round, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Clear
Label: A hand pointing to the name of the oil in a conversation bubble.
Link: http://www.conjuredoctor.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=12&products_id=176

The oil has a subtle citrus fragrance and there is a pinch of a green herb in the bottle. At first I assumed it was tobacco but uncured tobacco would be rare. The website lists deerstongue as an ingredient so I am assuming that is what the herb is. The website lists this oil as being used to cause another person to communicate with you. I would have probably added some tobacco to the bottle

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this oil a 5.

Product Review - Dr. E. - Command! Oil


Brand: Dr. E.
Type: Oil
Name: Command!
Bottle: Round, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Clear
Label: A pointing hand.
Link: http://www.conjuredoctor.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=12&products_id=49

A client of mine ordered me some products from Dr. E. as a gift so I figured I would review them here. Command! oil has a subtle bergamot-type smell with a pinch of green herb, probably master of the woods, in the bottle.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this oil a 6.

Monday, October 20, 2014

I'm Being Stalked/Harassed By A Mentally Ill Woman

This is just a heads up to all my readers, several months ago a woman contacted me wanting to hire me as her worker to bring back her man. However, during the consultation there were issues with her making extreme demands and telling me how much she was going to pay me, as if I didn't have a choice. At one point she even expected me to do the work for free. This, in addition to signs of mental illness, forced me to turn her down as a client. From that day onward this woman has left comments on my blog accusing me of pretending to be multiple people and of faking my testimonials. I can assure you that this stems from her mental illness and is simply not true. My clients know good and well that I do not fake my testimonials because I ask each and every one of them to write a review for me and I tell them they can be as honest as they wish, telling the good, bad and ugly, if they so chose and I would still publish it. Many of my clients do go ahead and write me a review and I publish it on my blog. Some decline from doing so, usually over fears that someone would read it and know who they are. To try to protect identities I give each client a fake name in reviews but for some people even this is not enough and they would just rather not write a review. That's fine with me.

Three days ago I had had enough of this woman acting a fool on my blog. So I changed my blog comment settings so that all comments must be approved by me before appearing on the site. This set this woman off and she rushed out and created at least two false complaints of me on the Rip Off Report website. In one report she claimed that she hired me for an hour reading and that all I did was give her a generic tarot reading. She claimed that she requested her money back and that I refused to give her a refund. These are lies. She was never a client of mine and never got a reading with me. I do not give generic tarot readings. I am a psychic and give psychic readings. To date I have never had a client request a refund of a reading.

In the second false report she made she claimed that I charged her $1,000.00 for a cure for AIDS. This is so absolutely ridiculous that it's laughable. I would never take on an AIDS patient seeking a cure as a client. NEVER. Also, I have never charged $1,000.00 for any one work. This is pure comedy to me.

I'm not going to let a mentally ill woman get me down. I'm not even going to do conjure work against her to shut her up or destroy her. She's mentally ill. She's already cursed. Her life is shit and will not improve. She will only go downhill from here until the day comes when she hurts someone and is institutionalized. So there's no need for me to get revenge. She will eventually self destruct, possibly even killing herself.

So I have written this blog entry to inform my readers of the situation. Trust me, I'm not letting this get to me. I'm at a good place in my life and I'm not going to let a very sick woman destroy that.

Wishing All Of My Readers And Clients A Wonderful, Blessed Day!

-Doc



Addendum: This mentally ill woman posted another complaint posing as someone named "Jack" and accusing me of charging her $300 to cure her migraines. I'm only posting it here to keep a record of what this woman is doing. It is obvious from her writing that she is severely disturbed. I seriously hope she gets the help she desperately needs before she causes harm to someone. Remember, she's never been my client and has never paid me a single dime for any work. These are all outright lies and/or delusions in her troubled mind. 

Addendum: The woman has left another comment, while pretending to be a man, on her complaint claiming that I call people from an anonymous number for consultations. I do not call anyone for a consultation, period. All consultations are free and are done via email. This mentally ill woman also claims that I don't offer PayPal and only accept Western Union and Moneygram. Of course this is all utter bull shit. I do offer PayPal and I've never accepted Western Union for payment. This woman is severely sick and needs to get help. She was never a client of mine and never payed me a single dime for any work. She is a sick woman who contacted me to help get her man back but was rude to me and made extreme demands, including how much she was going to pay me, as if I didn't have a choice. She also seemed to be mentally ill and so I turned her down. At no time did I call her on the phone. She emailed me and I turned her case down via email. 


Thursday, October 16, 2014

Testimony From A Client

This is Sharon (fake name for anonymity). Sharon is a regularly client of mine. She has written a previous testimonial but has written another one regarding recent work she had done and the results she has seen and which she wishes to share.


Sent: Friday, October 10, 2014 at 7:17 PM
From: xxx
To: mysecrethoodoo@mail.com
Subject: Re: movement

Hey

It's me again. I hired Doc to do some break up and love work for me 3 days ago. Today the target contacted me and wants to come and spend the weekend with me and told be he still loves me and missed me so much. Although there hasn't been a break up yet but I feel like the foundation is being laid between us first so he can feel comfortable leaving his current relationship. This is great movement in such a little amount of time. Doc takes great pride in his work for you and really gets the job done with jaw dropping manifestations. Not saying he's God... but he's definitely made miracles happen for me. Can't wait to see what happens next! Stay tuned..




FYI: I'm not God! I don't want that responsibility! LOL

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Product Review - Indio - Intranquil Oil


Brand: Indio
Type: Oil
Name: Intranquil
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Pink
Label: A woman is grasping a man's head from behind.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/indio-oil-intranquil/905

I really like the label on this bottle. This is the infamous oil that is sold for rites involving the "Intranquil Spirit". It can also be used to make a person restless, unsatisfied, and without peace. I would use it for that second purpose. It is a pink oil with a nice fragrance.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this oil a 7.

Product Review - Indio - Strong Arm


Brand: Indio
Type: Oil
Name: Strong Arm
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Red
Label: A male arm, flexing it's muscles.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/indio-oil-strong-arm/992

This is a domination oil that is used when one is at the point where one might need to use physical threats or intimidation against a person. I would suggest that if one is not the type of person to use physical intimidation against a person then this is not an oil they should use. The oil is a red oil with the same fragrance as the other red oils in the Indio line, yet dissimilar to the Seven Sisters of New Orleans red oils.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this oil a 8.

Product Review - Indio - Garlic Oil


Brand: Indio
Type: Oil
Name: Garlic
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Light Brown
Label: An image of a clove of garlic.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/indio-oil-garlic/821

I love this oil in theory. In practice it doesn't work. The reason why it doesn't work is because garlic oil should have garlic in it. This doesn't contain even a hint of garlic. In fact, the fragrance is rose. If you want to rip the label off and use it for love work or what not, then have it at. However, if you are wanting a good strong garlic oil for use in protective rites, then this oil is not for you.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this oil a 1.

Product Review - Indio - Rush Oil


Brand: Indio
Type: Oil
Name: Rush
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Red
Label: An image of spirit super-imposed on a seated male.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/indio-oil-rush/966

Rush is a weird oil that not many in the magical community know about. The website claims this is a cleansing oil. I disagree. I would use it for when I need speedy results. The oil has a nice fragrance that is similar to other red oils in the Indio line but is dissimilar to the red oils in the Seven Sisters of New Orleans oil. This oil can also be used when working with St. Expedite.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this oil a 8.

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

Product Review - Indio - Mummy Oil


Brand: Indio
Type: Oil
Name: Mummy
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Red
Label: An image of the mummy candles sold by Indio/Wisdom, complete with image of star, sun and moon on it's body.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/indio-oil-mummy/941

This is an oil that is supposedly meant to capture a person's spirit and/or bind a person. I can somewhat see such use with regards to the wrappings on a mummy being binding a person. However, when I think of mummies I automatically think of them being dried or desiccated. Therefore, when I think of mummy oil I automatically perceive it to be a form of crossing oil. Something that is "dried up" is no good. In many cultures moisture is connected to life. So lack of moisture would therefore be associated with death. So I personally would use mummy oil on an enemy when I wanted to dry up their good things, their money, their love, their luck, etc. Mummy oil is also used when burning mummy candles.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this oil a 8.

Product Review - Indio - Loving Woman


Brand: Indio
Type: Oil
Name: Loving Woman
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Pink
Label: A couple embracing, with hearts in the air above the woman.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/indio-oil-loving-woman/929

This is an oil is similar to Boss Fix oil, save for the fact that it's used by men on their women. Some people might view this to be sexist but I believe it has a place in the world of magic. There's several condition oils that are used specifically by women to have control over men. So I see nothing wrong with this oil. Is your girlfriend or wife not treating you good? Is she cold and aloof rather than showing her love and affection? If so then this oil might be what you need.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this oil a 8.

Product Review - Indio - Irresistible Oil


Brand: Indio
Type: Oil
Name: Irresistible
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Pink
Label: A glamorous woman.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/indio-oil-irresistible/907

This is an oil that is meant to make the wearer irresistible. The label implies that it's geared toward women. This oil would be worn as a personal fragrance when a woman wanted to have her way with men and to control them. Seven Sisters of New Orleans has a similarly named oil. However, this oil has a better label and is a bit nicer, in my opinion.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this oil a 8.