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Acorn: strength, money, health, protection. Sleep with them under your pillow and you may overcome challenges in your life. An acorn should be carried to bring luck and ensure long life. Acorns placed in the window guard against lightning. Carry three acorns as charms to invoke youth, beauty and attainment upon its owner. Planting an acorn in the dark of the Moon will bring you money. Acorns hung in the window from the sill are said to bring prosperity and luck to the home.

Kitchen Witchery is essentially the practice of witchcraft or folk-magic based in the kitchen or hearth of the home. The new rash of books on Kitchen Witchery may lead many to believe that it is a new practice, but magic in the kitchen and hearth goes back thousands of years and is practiced across cultures. Fire and stone ovens were thought to be magical with their transformative powers. In later centuries the large iron cauldron over the fire was the centre of the hearth...

Nonfiction. "Voodoo Hoodoo" is the unique variety of Creole Voodoo found in New Orleans. The Voodoo Hoodoo Spellbook is a rich compendium of more than 300 authentic Voodoo and Hoodoo recipes, rituals, and spells for love, justice, gambling luck, prosperity, health, and success.

Sorcerers and magicians from all over Africa flock to Akodesevu, a place in Togo, where the biggest market in the world of magic and voodoo ritual accessories takes place. Here, you can find everything you need to restore damage, to curse and to cast terrible spells, to raise the dead and to cause untold suffering to the living.

High John the Conqueror Root, one of the staples of hoodoo magick. Legend has it that it was named after an African king who was sold into slavery but able to outsmart his captors through his clevernessSpiritual: Gambling Luck. Money, love, success, & happiness. Carry in your pocket to over power others. Reverses hexes. Carry in a red bag to stop confusion. Male, Mars, Fire.

Damiana Love Elixir with Vanilla and Rose "Simply fill your jar with damiana, rose petals and vanilla bean. Then pour in 3/4 the way with your preferred alcohol and then the remainder with the delicious ooey gooey honey. Stir and let mellow for a month or longer. The longer the better! Sip, share, kiss and nibble with a luscious bar of 88% extreme dark chocolate. You'll need: These are approximate as I don't use standard measures, so give or take. 1 ounce damiana leaves (dried) ...

Four Thieves Vinegar is the stuff of legends and of kitchen magic – a beautiful combination of rosemary, sage, mint and raw vinegar that combines for a vibrantly herbaceous and slightly floral concoction that may or may not protect your family from the rigors of medieval plagues, but will definitely enliven plates of sweet lettuces and other summer greens.

Four Thieves Vinegar Recipe — Nourished Kitchen

Four Thieves Vinegar is a Middle Age concoction of vinegar and herbs that was believed to protect users from the Black Plague. It is said that four thieves each added an ingredient to the brew, which gives it its name. Four Thieves Vinegar wards off negativity, cleanses and protects. A blend of Sage, Rue, Lavender, Thyme, Garlic, Juniper, and Wormwood. A spectacular additive to your mop water or cleaning routine to protect your home and spaces. Use to wipe down an altar after a working to rem...