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OCCULT: Persons, places, things, ideas & theories that are Secret by Design, relating to, or dealing with supernatural influences, agencies, or phenomena. 2. Beyond the realm of human comprehension; inscrutable; metaphysical. 3. Available only to the initiate; secret. 4. Hidden from view; concealed. 5. Forbidden by convention.


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VooDoo, HooDoo, Gambler, Domination, Fortune -Ready to use Immediately, MoJo Bag Included

Devil's Shoestring root is Magickally used in Business, Employment, Gambling, Aphrodisiac, Protection, Control over Opposite Sex, and Invisibility or Hiding. It may be worn around the neck in a MoJo Bag to ward off evil and to protect the wearer from foul play. A gambler will carry this herb as a good luck charm. If you seek employment or are having troubles at work, carry a piece of Devil's Shoestring root -this will get you hired at a place where you are happy to work.
General information: The Devil's Shoestring root is one of the very most Important roots used in the VooDoo and HooDoo. To be used, it is cut it into manageable pieces, like the one's we provide you with. A good VooDoo spell includes putting the Devil's Shoestring root in a jar that has been filled with whiskey and lavender. Then before gambling, take a piece of root out of the jar and rub it between your hands while commanding it to bring you good luck, and carry it in your purse or pocket as a good luck, money drawing charm or when you don't want some to find you.

Note: This is pure/natural Devil's Shoestring Root - It is commonly used as a Magickal and Ritual item or tea without any negative side effects. As with any herb (health) issue, it is advised that your physician be made aware of your intention of using it.

Form & Size: Pure, Dried, Cut, this root will come to you in a traditional MoJo Bag

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