Category: Ritual Tips

railroad spikes

Tales From The Hoodoo Trenches #1

FUCKING UP SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO

It’s “railroad spikes,” not “railroad stakes” or even “railroad steaks.” They are not to be placed in War Water, not even for the purposes of adding rust or the element of iron, use coffin nails or pins and needles, instead. Railroad spikes are for the protection of YOUR property….



Sharing Your Business

THE WAY I WAS TAUGHT WAS

The only time you “show your work” is in Math class. Also, if somebody is paying you to do work for them, then you show them that for which they are paying. But outside of those instances, you keep what you are doing to yourself. Why? Because they can’t influence…



Heating Things Up & Getting Them Moving

LIKE A BAREFOOT TOURIST ON A PHOENIX SUMMER SIDEWALK

So, on my previous post, I touched on some of the many ways one can utilize different types of timing to increase the effectiveness of your work. In addition, thereĀ are a number of things one can do to “turn up the heat” on…



How to Dispose of Ritual Remains

YOU’VE COMPLETED THE WORK, NOW WHAT?

Keep in mind the original intent of the work and the intent behind the traditions associated with the disposal method when looking to dispose of ritual remains.

When considering disposal methods, ask yourself the following questions:

Was it a positive work or a negative work?
Is…