Saturday, April 23, 2016

Just A Reminder

My offer of free work is for emergency situations only. Examples of emergency situations include but are not limited to:

-About to lose your home
-About to lose your children
-About to be forced from your job
-Under physical threat of harm from someone

Examples of situations that are not emergencies include but are not limited to:

-Draw a new love
-Bring back your man/woman
-Get a raise at your job
-Gambling work
-Get revenge on an enemy
-Break a couple up
-Move someone away

If your situation is not an emergency situation then you will have to hire me as your conjure worker if you want me to work for your situation.


Friday, April 15, 2016

Top 5 Reasons Why I Turn Down Certain Clients For Work To Draw Back A Lover

5. The would-be client is mentally ill.

Unfortunately, from time to time I get a person who fabricates a past relationship with a person. I always feel bad for these people because fabricating a past relationship is usually a sign of mental illness. I can usually tell that a person is lying to me because they can't answer certain questions or don't know information about the other person that they should know if they had actually been in a relationship with them. For example, if a would be client doesn't know the person's full name, their birth date, where they live, etc., then it's not a good sign. It is very common for these people to claim a past relationship with a celebrity, either widely known or of the local variety.

4. The would-be client lives in a fantasy world.

Fantasy-prone individuals are usually the first to ask for 100% perfection and make impossible demands. They tend to have a long laundry list of demands of what they want, none of which tend to be feasible in reality. I will do my best to sway them into more realistic expectations but if they can't budge then I can't take them on as clients.

3. The would-be client misunderstood the nature of the relationship.

It is very common for some people to misunderstand a "booty call" for being a full blown relationship. Even cases of "friends with benefits" tend to be misconstrued by certain people. Usually the other person is honest with what is going on but the would-be client wants more. That's okay. We can always do work to build this into a full blown relationship. However, these cases can be difficult. Many of these would-be clients are simply not willing to invest the money or time and energy into such. If I can get a client to understand that they did not have an actual relationship with said person and that additional work would be needed other than just work to draw them back, then I can take the person on as a client. If not, then I have to turn them down.

2. The would-be client waits too long.

This is a huge problem that I see every week. One or two people a week will email me wanting to reconcile and reunite with a past lover that they have not seen in years. As a rule of thumb, if you have been absent from the person longer than you were together then it is not a good sign for success. It is very common for people to wait until it's literally too late or time is quickly running out. This can be a huge problem if the person does not have the money for conjure work. The clock is ticking and the longer they wait to begin the work the less chance of success they have. Now, there are mitigating circumstances that may give certain cases a better chance at success. Each case will have to be assessed on an individual basis. Keep in mind that if a would-be client waits too long to pay then I might turn down the case. It's common for a would-be client to email me wanting work to draw back a lover and at the time I accept the case. However, some people wait for a very long time to pay, talking months to over a year and I have to inform the person they have waited too long and should just let the person go and move on with their lives.

1. The would-be client reveals signs of being a potential problem client or of not listening to or following directions.

Unfortunately, some would-be clients are hell-bent on making their situations worse and screwing things up. If a client shows signs that they are going to be problematic then it's easier to just turn the case down than put up with their nonsense. You would not believe how many people who claim they want a lover back will openly pick fights with them. I've had cases where the client hadn't contacted the person in years, only to have them call them out of the blue after I did the work. To my horror the client then proceeds to bitch or cuss the person out. It is very common for these problem clients to disregard my advice or do the opposite of what I advise them to do. They then usually try to twist it around as if it's my fault. If I feel that a would-be client is going to be the biggest obstacle in achieving success then it's just easier, and less of a hassle, to just turn the case down. If people can't understand that fighting is counter-productive to the achievement of reconciliation then there's no reaching them. They are just going to do whatever they want to do.


Sunday, April 10, 2016

My 3 Year Anniversary Of Quitting Smoking

So today is my 3 year anniversary of quitting smoking. For the benefit of my readers who may still be smoking I will repeat my story.

I smoked for 20 years. I smoked on average 1 1/2 packs a day, though there were days when I would smoke up to 3 packs a day and especially if I went out for the night. I would classify myself as a chain smoker. About 4 years ago I started to develop heart murmurs. During an episode I would feel like I was going to faint or even die. The scariest episode occurred while I was on a nightly walk a couple of miles from my house. I had to take baby-steps all the way back home and as luck would have it, I did not have my cell phone on me at the time. I literally felt like I was going to drop dead and all I could think about was who was going to be the unfortunate person to discover my body.

In April of 2013 my grandmother passed away due in part to her COPD from decades of smoking. I have lost many loved ones from smoking-related illnesses. A couple of days later my uncle gave me a disposable e-cig to try. With the first puff I knew that I would quit cigarettes. I was right. It's now been 3 years and I've not once relapsed.

The benefits from vaping are so numerous that there really is no reason or excuse for a current smoker not to transition. You are addicted to nicotine, not to the cancer causing tar from cigarettes. Even if you never develop cancer you can still die from COPD, and trust me, it ain't pretty. It sneaks up on you. One day you will be perfectly fine and then the next day you will have your first symptom. Once diagnosed there is no stopping it. It will just continue to get worse with time. Quitting smoking may halt it's progression but you will never go back to being normal. So it's important to quit smoking before you develop any symptoms and not wait until it's too late. Because the sad truth is that not everyone gets a second chance.

As far as benefits go, my breathing is vastly improved, no smoker's cough, no coughing up a lung upon waking, and I do not smell like an ashtray. I now realize how bad smoker's smell. You stink. It's bad. You can't smell it because you are used to it but everyone around you knows you smell like shit. My heart murmurs have disappeared. I can run upstairs while before I would be out of breath just climbing them. I don't get sick easily now. Before it seemed that every winter I would get a bad lung and/or sinus infection that would take weeks to recover from. I don't have to go outside in the blistering Summer heat, pouring rain or bitter cold anymore. I don't even have to go outside period. In fact, most of my friends and family actually love my vaping. I tend to favor flavors that smell good and so I always get compliments. My favorite flavor is cotton candy. On top of this vaping is by far less expensive than smoking. I went from spending like $50+ a week on cigarettes to like $7 a week for e-liquid. There's not been one single drawback to date. My transition was incredibly smooth.

I still have dreams of smoking. My dreams are very vivid so almost all of the senses are there. I can feel the cigarette, taste it, smell it even. In my dreams I normally smoke and enjoy it and then right before waking it dawns on me that I had quit smoking. I feel guilty and beat myself up and then upon waking I feel stupid as it was just a dream. However, and interestingly, this does not translate for any desire to smoke a cigarette in waking life. I find cigarettes to be disgusting and I don't think I could even tolerate one even if I tried. Cigarette smoke gives me severe headaches and allergy attacks now. I go to the casino a lot and I have to make sure I take Tylenol and allergy medicine before going. I hate it but it does give me an opportunity to talk to smokers about vaping when the subject comes up. I'm often asked, especially by older people, about my e-cig and if I like it.

One of the concerns I had as a conjure worker involved blowing cigarette or cigar smoke for the spirits I work with. I was concerned that my spirits would not be able to adjust to me no longer smoking. I did not want to continue to blow tobacco smoke for them if I wasn't using myself. So I went to each one and told them that I was no longer smoking and would gladly blow vapor for them. To my surprise every single one of them was fine with it.

If you are a current smoker and are considering transitioning to e-cigs, do it! Go to a local vape shop and let them hook you up with a decent model. Try the flavors and settle on some that are appealing to you. You will thank me! To help with your transition, I recommend you first use e-liquid with a high nicotine content. This will help wean you off of cigarettes. Later you can step down to a lower nicotine level. Also, and this is important, every time you get the urge to smoke a cigarette you must vape. That way your body associates vaping with the urge and it becomes natural to you. Stick to that and you should have no problem transitioning.

One more time, if you are ever caught in a dilemma about whether you should vape or smoke remind yourself that you are addicted to nicotine, not to cancer-causing tar. You don't need cigarettes. You can be fully satisfied off of e-cigs. I should know. Before I quit my assumption was that I was just going to die from smoking-related illnesses as I had previously attempted to quit numerous times but failed. However, fate intervened. E-cigs saved my life and they will save yours. Happy vaping!




Friday, April 8, 2016

Miki's Good Luck Work Experience

This is Miki (fake name for anonymity). Miki recently hired me because she needed more good luck in her life. This is what she has to say about it.




Sent: Thursday, April 07, 2016 at 1:52 PM
From: xxx
To: DocConjure <MySecretHoodoo@mail.com>
Subject: Re: Inquiry


Hi Doc, I want to give you a huge thank you for this service. I have had a few instances of lucky and fortunate experiences happen to me the last few days and I feel the energy. Yes it resonated with me about what u said about the obstacles related to my finances, and I will take your advice. You are straight forward and to the point which I needed. Thank you once again and have a great day, sincerely