Thursday, October 30, 2014

The Disappearing "Voodoo Spell Bottles"

One man who collected "voodoo spell bottles" found in the local river, laments that the practice is dying out.

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-29712917

Of course what we have here is hoodoo, not Voodoo. However, due to the ignorance of the journalists and to the con artistry of allege New Orleans Voodoo practitioners by claiming something that doesn't belong to them and using it to prop up their lies, this is what results.

I would venture to speculate that the reason why the practice of disposing of these bottles in the river has ended is because; it may have been older people who performed these rites and they have have died, the people performing the rites may have moved away, or the incursion of the fake New Orleans Voodoo caused the practice to go extinct. It might be a mixture of all three.

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Bottle Trees!

I just got home from doing some Halloween shopping and passed through a part of my city I rarely, if ever go to. I passed a trailer park and noticed something blue shining. To my surprise the blue shining thing was a bottle tree! I haven't seen one in years.

So what is a bottle tree? Well, to be honest, a bottle tree is anything that holds a collection of, usually cobalt blue bottles. It can be a dead tree or bush. It could be a post with wooden pegs. The bottles are turned upside down and placed onto the ends of the twigs/branches/pegs and are supported that way. Cobalt blue glass bottles are the most popular but in a pinch any unique and pretty glass bottle can be used.

Bottle trees are used to protect a household against witchcraft. There is much confusion online as to the origin of the bottle tree. Some claim it originated in Africa. Others claim it originated in Europe. My opinion is that bottle trees were a European concept that black people took and altered, making it their own. It's also possible it sprung up simultaneously in both cultures. Bottle trees may have evolved from a cross between, or combining of witch balls and egg trees (more on egg trees later). Bottle trees may also have evolved from spell bottles that were hung in trees as a form of deterrent to crime, meaning that everyone could see that magic is being used to protect the property and thus any would-be criminals or thieves may think twice about committing a crime there.

The way bottle trees work is that witches who have left their bodies (slip skin hags) in order to attack their victims will be attracted to the bottles. They will fly up into the bottles and become trapped there. A witch must be back in her/his skin before dawn or else she/he will die. So any witch still trapped in the bottle will be killed by the first rays of sunlight. If the bottles used are cobalt blue then it's a double whammy as the color blue is used to protect against the evil eye.

If you would like to make your own bottle trees, I say go for it! Also, send me your pictures! I would love to see them.





Note: If you prefer, you can just tie string or rope around the bottles and hang them that way from a tree. However, if you want to use this method you will need to space them apart so that the bottles don't hit each other and shatter when it's windy.


Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Dollar Tree Find......Coffin!



I bought the above at the Dollar Tree for $1. It's a cardboard coffin and it's just the right size for a doll baby. Spray paint it black and write "R.I.P." or the name of your enemy in white on the lid and it becomes a wonderful tool to use in your work when you need to put someone in the ground. 

Halloween Is Fast Approaching!



I can't believe Halloween is Friday! It's still so freaking hot where I live, with temperatures still in the 90s. So the weather is not cooperating to put me in the mood for a spooky Halloween. I would much prefer, cool over-cast days and nights, with whistling winds that steal red and gold leaves from their sleeping owners and clouds like witches that race across the disk of the full moon.

If you haven't done so already, try to stock up on the stuff available this time of year. Now is a good time to hoard black and orange candles, skulls, brooms, and other items for your practice and altars. You should be able to find a lot of goodies in your local stores. Lots of occult shops are also having sales to help cash in on the Halloween crowd. Act fast so you don't miss out! :)

Monday, October 27, 2014

Witch Bottle Found By Archaeologists

A witch bottle dating from the 1700s has recently been found. The bottle is designed to ward off witchcraft and protect a person or family from being spelled.

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-nottinghamshire-29685608

Product Review - Dr. E. - Hot Fucker Sachet Powder


Brand: Dr. E.
Type: Sachet Powder
Name: Hot Fucker
Container: 1 oz
Color: White
Label: A simple flame background.
Link: http://www.conjuredoctor.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=14&products_id=277

It appears to be simple cornstarch. There may or may not be powdered herbs added. It's hard to tell as it's just a few, tiny flakes and it could be herbs or it could be just contaminates. There is no noticeable fragrance. The packaging is horrible. It looks like one of the wax paper envelopes you might be given food in at a Chinese restaurant. It is simply folded over and "secured" with a sticker. The product leaks out. If you order more than one sachet powder they will stick them all into a bag. Since the product leaks this means that if you order an enemy powder, such as Hot Foot or Goofer Dust, then it will leak and mix with any other sachet powder you ordered.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this powder a 0. I would not recommend anyone purchasing any sachet powders from this company.

Product Review - Dr. E. - Command! Sachet Powder


Brand: Dr. E.
Type: Sachet Powder
Name: Command!
Container: 1 oz
Color: White
Label: The exact same label as the Command! oil, a hand pointing to the name of the product.
Link: http://www.conjuredoctor.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=14&products_id=207

Horrible packaging that leaks. It appears to be simple corn starch. There is a few flakes of material that could be either herbs or just contaminates. There is no noticeable fragrance.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this powder a 0. I would not recommend anyone purchasing any sachet powders from this company.

Product Review - Dr. E. - Talk To Me Sachet Powder


Brand: Dr. E.
Type: Sachet Powder
Name: Talk To Me
Container: 1 oz
Color: White
Label: The exact same label as the Talk To Me oil, a hand pointing to a conversation bubble with the name of the product.
Link: http://www.conjuredoctor.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=14&products_id=177

The packaging is horrible and it leaks. As far as I can tell it's just plain cornstarch. There are a few flakes of what looks like pepper but it's hard to tell if this is some type of herbal inclusion or just contamination. There is no noticeable fragrance.

On a scale of one to 10, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I give this powder a 0. I would not recommend anyone purchasing any sachet powders from this company.

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.