Friday, September 26, 2014

Woman Beheaded In My Area

You may have heard about it on the news. A man beheaded a woman after he was fired from a food plant here in my area. He then drove around to the front of the building and began stabbing another woman who survived the attack. The shooter was himself shot several times by an off duty cop and survived as well. Police say that the attacks may be connected to the suspect trying to convert employees to Islam. Scary.


Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Product Review - Seven Sisters of New Orleans - King Solomon


Brand: 7 Sisters Of New Orleans
Type: Oil
Name: King Solomon
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Purple
Label: The head of a king.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/7-sisters-oil-king-solomon/6129

The oil is the typical purple oil used in multiple 7 Sisters of New Orleans products. King Solomon oil is used for when wisdom is needed. Not many people realize that King Solomon spiritual products are also used to control and command spirits, the same that King Solomon was said to have done.

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

Product Review - Seven Sisters of New Orleans - Radiant Health


Brand: 7 Sisters Of New Orleans
Type: Oil
Name: Radiant Health
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Yellow
Label: A male bodybuilder reclining with rays coming off of his body
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/7-sisters-oil-radiant-health/6156

This is a rather interesting oil. I love the concept. The oil is yellow and has the typical fragrance of the rest of the yellow oils in this line.

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 - Seven Sisters Of New Orleans - Wealthy Way Oil


Brand: 7 Sisters Of New Orleans
Type: Oil
Name: Wealthy Way
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Green
Label: A wealthy woman smoking with a long cigarette holder, wearing a fur coat and with money and symbols of wealth behind her.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/7-sisters-oil-wealthy-way/6185

The oil is the typical green oil used in multiple 7 Sisters of New Orleans products. It has the typical "soapy" smell of all of the green oils, excluding the light green oils that have little to no scent. Wealthy Way is a money-drawing oil and is specifically used when a person wants to live a wealthy lifestyle.

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

Product Review - 7 Sister of New Orleans - Blessed Favor Oil


Brand: 7 Sisters Of New Orleans
Type: Oil
Name: Blessed Favor
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Blue
Label: The hands of God dropping items. The items can not be made out.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/7-sisters-oil-blessed-favor/6069

The oil is the typical blue oil used in multiple 7 Sisters of New Orleans products. It has a nice scent. This is the 7 Sisters of New Orleans version of "Blessing Oil".

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

Product Review - 7 Sisters of New Orleans - Stay At Home Oil


Brand: 7 Sisters Of New Orleans
Type: Oil
Name: Stay At Home
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Blue
Label: A woman watching t.v.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/7-sisters-oil-stay-at-home/6175

The oil is the typical blue oil used in multiple 7 Sisters of New Orleans products. It has a nice scent.

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

Three Arrests Made In Philly Gay Bashing

Three people out of the alleged group of 15 who allegedly attacked and beat up two men because they were gay have been arrested. The arrested include; Phillip Williams (24), Kevin Harrigan (26), and Kathryn Knott (24). Though I am upset that more people weren't charged I am pleased that at least one of the women involved was charged. The only problem is that Kathryn Knott is the daughter of a police chief and appears to have a problem with alcohol and gay slurs, according to her social media. I'm afraid that she will get off due to the help of her father. The other two have deleted their social media so little can be found out about them. Kathryn Knott has yet to delete her twitter account.

http://www.phillymag.com/g-philly/2014/09/23/three-people-charged-center-city-gay-bashing/

http://www.phillymag.com/g-philly/2014/09/24/gay-bashing-suspect-kathryn-knotts-homophobic-twitter-rants-revealed/

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

Autumn Equinox

Today is the Autumn Equinox, the first official day of Autumn. I can't believe Summer is already over with. This year has gone buy rather quickly. It feels like only yesterday it was still May.

In conjure work we really don't celebrate the Autumn Equinox, other than there is a belief that wildcrafted herbs, roots and other items should be gathered prior to this time. I suppose the belief is that nature is winding down in the fall so the power is not going to be at it's strongest.

September the 29th is Michaelmas, a day honoring St. Michael and the other archangels. I've always wondered why Gerald Gardner and modern Wiccans ignore Michaelmas in favor of a made up "Mabon" for the Autumn Equinox. I suppose it's because they rejected it due to it's Christian element, just like they rejected Christmas in favor of "Yule".

Autumn is my favorite time of the year. I love the colors. I love the cool temperatures. My birthday is in Autumn and my favorite holiday (Halloween) is in Autumn as well. I always feel more powerful this time of year. I think many people would agree that they do as well.

Wishing everyone a wonderful Autumn season.

God Bless,

-Doc


Friday, September 19, 2014

Testimony From A Client

This is Lucinda (fake name for anonymity). Lucinda is a regular client of mine. She recently emailed me to tell me that the work I did for her worked a bit too well! She has written a review before but she also wrote this one as well.


Sent: Tuesday, September 16, 2014 at 3:07 PM
From: xxx
To: mysecrethoodoo@mail.com
Subject: Re: update


Hello everyone,
I'm once AGAIN writing a review/testimony because Doc just keeps on getting me wonderful results. I've had him to do alot of work for me and every time I've gotten very powerful manifestations and if I were to write a testimony for every case he's worked for me his page would be full from just my testimonies. Lol. However if you're looking for someone genuine and not out to just take your money and don't deliver then Doc is your conjure worker. He did love work for me earlier this year to get a guy to want me more and not move away. Lo and behold I got stronger results than I imagined and it took me 3-4 months to get rid of the guy had to even call the police. I got a call from him a month ago telling me he won't be moving at all anymore. So if you looking for someone really good. Please come to doc. You won't be sorry.

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Product Review - Seven Sisters Of New Orleans - Peaceful Home Oil



Brand: 7 Sisters Of New Orleans
Type: Oil
Name: Peaceful Home
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Blue
Label: The hand of God blessing a home.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/7-sisters-oil-peaceful-home/6149

The oil is the typical blue oil used in multiple 7 Sisters of New Orleans products. It has the same fragrance as all the blue oils sold by Indio. The scent is not bad at all for this condition. However, once you realize that the hot foot oil also has this exact same color and fragrance then it kind of ruins it.

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

Product Review - Seven Sisters Of New Orleans - Separation Oil



Brand: 7 Sisters Of New Orleans
Type: Oil
Name: Separation
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Brown
Label: A woman and a man separated by a zig-zag line.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/7-sisters-oil-separation/6163

Separation oil is a unique product that can be used both to break up a couple but also to separate something from a person. You can use it to separate anything, and I do mean anything, from a person. Theoretically it can be used for good and bad. However, most would tend to use it for strictly enemy work.

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

Product Review - 7 Sisters Of New Orleans - Altar Oil



Brand: 7 Sisters Of New Orleans
Type: Oil
Name: Altar
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Purple
Label: An altar with a cross, flowers and candelabra.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/7-sisters-oil-altar/6060

The oil is the typical purple oil used in multiple 7 Sisters of New Orleans products. It has the same fragrance as all the purple oils sold by Indio. The purpose of this oils is to dress candles and tools on the altar.

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

Product Review - 7 Sisters Of New Orleans - Stay Away Oil



Brand: 7 Sisters Of New Orleans
Type: Oil
Name: Stay Away
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Purple
Label:  A woman sicks a tiger on a masked robber.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/7-sisters-oil-stay-away/6174

The oil is the typical purple oil used in multiple 7 Sisters of New Orleans products. It has the same fragrance as all the purple oils sold by Indio. The label on this oil bottle does not match the one shown at site. I like this label better. This oil is meant to be a gentler form of hot foot oil. Another title for it would be "repelling".

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

Product Review - 7 Sisters of New Orleans - Controlling Oil



Brand: 7 Sisters Of New Orleans
Type: Oil
Name: Controlling
Bottle: Square, 1/2 fl. oz (14ml) bottle
Color: Purple
Label: A leading a man on a leash.
Link: https://www.wisdomproducts.com/product/7-sisters-oil-controlling/6080

The oil is the typical purple oil used in multiple 7 Sisters of New Orleans products. It has the same fragrance as all the purple oils sold by Indio. The purpose of this oils is to control a specific person or a situation.

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

Gang Of Well Dressed 20 Somethings Wanted For Gay Bashing Hate Crime

Not sure if you have heard it yet, but a group of well dressed, white, young men and women allegedly beat the shit out of a couple just because they were gay. It happened in Philly on Sept. 11.  One guy was beaten so bad he had to have his jaw wired shut. Allegedly certain of the male suspects approached the couple and asked them if they were gay. When the couple admitted they were, that's when the beat down ensued and when the rest of the group, including the women, jumped in on the action. This is exceptionally odd because of the size of the group, the fact that most of the suspects appeared well dressed and that women took part in the beating. Here is surveillance video of the suspects.




The great news is that Twitter has played a role in the possible ID of the suspects. You can read more at the link below.

http://gawker.com/philly-hate-crime-suspects-tracked-down-by-anonymous-tw-1635661609?utm_campaign=socialflow_gawker_twitter&utm_source=gawker_twitter&utm_medium=socialflow

Every single one of them needs to be identified and brought to justice. If you know the identity of any of the suspects please contact the police.

Monday, September 15, 2014

Burning Powdered Incense


I know that burning powdered incense is something that a lot of people seem not be doing anymore. I'm not sure as to the reason but I think some people may think it's too hard or time consuming. So I thought I would give a few pointers for burning powdered incense.

Burning powdered incense tended to be the preferred method in conjure work once spiritual supply houses were formed. Some believe that it's because the powdered form allowed workers to add herbs, roots, oils and other items to the incense. I think there may be some truth in this but I also think the inexpensiveness of powdered incense is also a big factor.

The first thing to address is what powdered  incense is. Powdered incense used by workers is primarily a sawdust base that is colored and scented. It can be scented artificially or naturally, depending on the manufacturer. If it is self-lighting then it will contain saltpeter. If it is self-lighting you do not need charcoal to burn it.

Before we begin, you will need a safe object to burn incense in. It will need to have a relative flat surface and be composed of metal, clay/pottery, porcelain, glass or stone. Wood and the newer plastic/resin incense burners that are now being sold should not be used. If you do not have a proper incense burner or if you can not afford to buy one then it's perfectly fine to use a metal lid and/or an old can of potted meat, tuna fish or cat food can that is shallow and suited for incense burning. Another tip is to visit your local thrift stores. Many will carry small brass cauldrons, planters or bowls that work great as incense burners. If you are like me then with time you will form a small collection of incense burners for use in your work.

Once you have your burner then the next step is usually the formation of a cone. In the past powdered incense was usually sold in metal tins complete with metal cone formers. The one that I use came from an old can of Vantine's incense. You can see it in the pictures below. You simply squeeze it together and then dip it down into the incense powder to fill it. Use your finger to brush off the excess and then then tip it over onto your burner and then release the cone former and lift it up. You are then left with a nice cone of powdered incense.




Now, since it's nearly impossible to find these metal cone formers then one will need to improvise by creating their own with aluminum foil. The picture below will give  you an idea. It's going to be a bit more tricky to release the incense but you should get the hang of it. 


Now, the wonderful thing about self-lighting incense powder is that you don't have to form it into cones! So if you just want to scrap the home made cone former you can! Just take a spoon and place at least half a spoonful into your incense burner. If need be, use your fingers to shape it into a mound. Once lit it will burn just as good as if you fashioned it into a cone!


Now comes the lighting. Use a wooden fireplace match or a fireplace lighter to light your incense. I prefer the fireplace lighter but fireplace matches work just as good. 



The smoke that billows up from powdered incense is lovely, especially in a dark, candle-lit room and truly does set the mood for magic. Hopefully those who were a bit intimidated by using powdered incense will give it a try.