Blessing Spells is the name of a series of hoodoo supplies used by Spiritual Workers who wish to give comfort and aid to others or to purify themselves and their surroundings.
There are many ways to utilize Blessing products. Some folks like to sprinkle Blessing Powder around a feeble or sorrowful person’s yard; others make up a mojo bag with natural curios such as Angelica Root to give to the parents of a newborn baby, then dress it with Blessing Oil and keep it in the nursery. Others prefer to undertake a more complex spell that may involve burning a figurative candle and incense.
They may light a brazier of Blessing Incense, carve the affected person’s name with a pin into a white crucifix candle (for sanctity) or a white 7-knob or Vigil candle (for prayers and wishes to come true), anoint the candle with Blessing Oil, and recite a Psalm while the candle and the incense burn. It is also a common practice to mix Blessing spiritual supplies with Cast Off Evil Spiritual Supplies when working on behalf of a family member, friend, or client who has a substance abuse problem or who is unduly influenced by bad companions. Some of the most revered Psalms for the purposes of blessing are the 23th Psalm (“The Lord is my shepherd”), the 116th Psalm (“I love the LORD, because he hath heard my voice and my supplications”), and the 121st Psalm (“I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence comet my help”).
BLESSING A NEW HOUSE bY SPIRITUAL HOME CLEANSING
Home-cleansing methods are of great importance in African American hoodoo folk-magic. To learn more about this tradition of spiritual cleaning, you can go to the illustrated page on the subject of Ritual Baths and Floor Washes
Here is a simple procedure for blessing a new home and ridding a house of any unwanted spiritual influences.
Wash down the wood work and floors with Chinese Wash (or Van Van Oil ) mixed up with Blessing Bath Crystals in water. (If the place has wall to wall carpeting and you can’t do the floors, then at least wash the wood work.) Recite the 23rd Psalm as you mop or scrub, or some other prayer for blessing that you may prefer. Work from the top floor of the house to the bottom floor and on each floor proceed from the back of the house to the front and finally scrub out the front door, and dispose of the remaining wash water by throwing it out the front door or in the front yard. If there is no front yard, carry some of the wash water to the nearest street intersection or crossroads and throw it to the East.
Come straight back inside without talking to anyone and burn Blessing Incense in every room. As it burns, use a brand new broom to sweep the house from back to front and out the front door. Some folks also like to sprinkle Van Van Powder at the front threshold and sweep that away from the house. Recite the 23rd Psalm as you sweep, or some other prayer for blessing that you may prefer.
Finally, sprinkle or spray Peace Water in the corners and at all the doors and windows, so that only good spirits and peaceful people may enter. Recite the 23rd Psalm as you sprinkle or spray, or some other prayer for blessing that you may prefer.