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Love Me Now Spell

Love Me Now Spell

What you will need:

  • One red candle
  • Love Me Now Oil
  • Love incense

How it works:
Start by burning the lover’s incense.  Carve your name and your beloved’s name on the candle, and draw a heart on the candle. Then, dress the red candle with the Love Me Now Oil, working from the base of the candle to the top  and say the following:

Psalms 63:3
3 Because your love is better than life, my lips will glorify you.

For this spell to work, you have to say this three times a night for five straight nights.

Make sure you anoint yourself with Love Me Now Oil whenever you are in the presence of the one you want.



Why are there sometimes guest bloggers on the Hoodoo-Conjure.com blog?

Why are there sometimes guest bloggers on the Hoodoo-Conjure.com blog? Who are they and where do their articles come from?

Website owners are always looking for more content for their websites. Because of this there are always sites willing to provide free content to webmasters.

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Hamsa Used For The Protection From Black Magic Or Evil Eye

By: (guest blogger)

The hamsa is also known as khamsa. The actual mean of the word hamsa is five. It is the hand shaped amulet which is used to protection from the Jewish and Muslim peoples and their black magics. Its shape may be of symmetrical of hand or thumbs on both sides. It is not same as the hand shape but symmetrical as the hand. The Jewish and Muslim both people use hamsa .they worship the goddess Tanit who was the Phoenician lunar goddess and worshiped as the goddess of patron.

In Islam there is a story about the hamsa .this story is on the Fatima and the hamsa was the Fatimas hand .she is the only daughter of the prophet Mohammad. The tells that, One day when Fatima was busy with her work and her husband Ali came with other wife because Muslims are allows to married with 4 wife. But Fatima was neglects him and not reacts suddenly. But she doesnt say any thing to Ali and after some time she cuts her hand. So this is the symbol of her patient and faith. It is also the lucky symbol for Muslim and is the symbolic pillar.

Jewish hamsa, in Judaism hamsa is known as YAD HACHAMESH .the Jewish believes, it is the hand of Miriam. In the Judaism hamsa is the hand shaped amulet and this is hand of Miriam. They also believe that hamsa relates them to five books of Torah.

Hamsa is used for the protection from the black magic. It is generally used in entrance of house for protection from the evil eye. It also protects the people travel from evil eye or black magic. It is may be in pendant or a bracelet .it available in many shades of blue or many design. Generally blue and light blue colors are specified for the protection against the evil eye, black magic etc. the middle of the hamsa can be in any design and with embedded stone in the middle of any shade of blue.

Why Would You Use A Hamsa?

By (guest blogger)

Early Charms

Throughout history and across the world, there have been a number of charms, ornaments and pieces of jewelry used to combat evil spirits and bad luck. One of the most well known charms is the dream catcher. Originating from the Ojiwe people, the dream catcher has come to represent Native American culture. Always crafted with an array of fibers meant to resemble a spider’s silk, the dream catcher is thought to protect sleeping children by either filtering out nightmares or catching them in the web.

In Japan there are many variations of protective charms that have existed for generations, such as the Omamori, which are traditionally amulets obtained from shrines that have been blessed by the good will of the gods. In Western Culture, charms like a faux rabbit’s foot and a four leaf clover are very popular items meant to bring good luck in all aspects of life.

The symbols meaning

It is in this way that the Hamsa is similar. The word Hamsa literally translates to “five” in Arabic, which is a reference to the five fingers the amulet portrays. The Hamsa is very popular in the Middle East and has more recently become a part of Judaic culture. This charm is known by several different names, but in a Jewish context, it also is referred to as the Hand of Miriam.

In all cultures, the Hamsa is a sign of protection, the open hand a welcoming symbol of tranquility and goodwill to others. It features five fingers; three lay straight out and together while the pinky and thumb curve outward. The symbol offers a stylized approximation of the human hand, as the pinky and thumb are of equal size and shape. This amulet is best used like other types of charms. You can place it virtually anywhere to ward off evil spirits and dark auras.

Its other uses

Large tapestries can be purchased, illustrating each finger with ornate detail and color. These decorations are perfect for hanging on walls, especially ones that are open to sunlight during the day. Like other common amulets, the Hand of Miriam can even be purchased as a small charm you can conveniently clip to a key ring, purse or cellular phone.

Necklaces, bracelets and other forms of jewelry are also prime places for this amulet. Having it in such close proximity to your body will also result in a heightened degree of luck and protection for the wearer. Many artists create highly embellished jewelry featuring this popular hand, and often you’ll see the depiction of an eye in the center of the palm.

That eye represents what is known as the “evil eye”, which is a reference to the dark look some people will give in the presence of envy. The Hamsa is thought to be the most vigilant protector from the evil eye. Fish are also common symbols because they are believed to be resilient to the effects of the evil eye.

Whether or not you happen to believe in superstition, deities or any form of evil energy, it’s clear that luck charms are a common staple among all societies and cultures. For generations people have depended on simple blessings to get them through the most horrible sin and strife.

When you see a talisman or amulet like the Hamsa, you can be comforted in knowing that you are welcome and surrounded by a positive environment. Luck charms help bring us all together by fostering a belief and hope for the common good and a bright future.

Yoram is the owner of BaltinesterJewelry.com which offers wide variety of Gold Hamsa pendants. All of Baltinester’s pendants are handmade by Israeli artists.

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Road Opener Spell & Remove Blockages Herbs

Here I thought people would like some quick information about Road Opener and easy ways to open roads and clear blockages in your life.

What is Road Opener (a.k.a. Abre Camino herb)? Eupatorium villosum is a flowering tropical plant used widely in South America.

Road-Opener (also called Blockbuster) is a recipe family of spiritual products – condition oils, bath products, candles, floorwashes, powders, etc., but it also refers to the spellwork associated with these products.

Road-Opener supplies *should* have a particular herb in it called Abre Camino along with a variety of citrus ingredients and other cleansing herbs. Many  hoodoo workers will use road-opening spiritual work in conjunction with other spell work in order to get movement on a particularly stubborn case, remove obstructions in the workplace or in relationships, and open up possibilities. Many workers like to perform road opening along with job workings.

stpeterThe saint to call upon when performing Open Roads Work would be Saint Peter, who holds the keys to the kingdom.  St Peter is opener of the ways! Call upon him to help you. “O God, who hast given unto Thy blessed Apostle Peter the keys to the kingdom of heaven, and the power to bind and loose: grant that we may be delivered, through the help of this intercession, from the slavery of all our sins: Who livest and reignest world without end. Amen.” (source)

Road Opener is also called Abre Camino.
The road opener method described seems very doable to me.

 We are all blocked at some point. We have times in our lives when it seems like everything we want or need is just beyond our grasp, we are so close to it, we can almost touch it…and then something happens to yank it away from us. Sometimes in life our path becomes blocked and we face many obstacles that seem insurmountable.

Road Opener at paganpace.net.
Do not go for the first recipe listed, the one with honeysuckle.  Honeysuckle, because of the way it groups upward as a vine, is actually a binding choking kind of herb.
The one posted by Thom on August 19, 2010 at 2:52am is much better.

Clearing Away Obstacles with Road Opener Formulas

http://www.examiner.com/article/clearing-away-obstacles-with-road-opener-formulas (This is a really informative article written by Denise Alvarado)

And Shadow at Shadow’s Magic Space has a great blog entry about it

Open the Roads for me ( Road Opening, Abre Camino Spells and Products )

Open the roads for me ( Abre camino products )


If you are interested in doing tarot divination about your obstacles and blockages, I’ve listed two Abre Camino (Road Opener) Tarot Spreads on my website.  These tarot spreads will guide you in identifying and removing obstacles in your life.

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