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Confusion Mojo Bag

Posted by Mother Moon on August 23, 2016 at 3:45 PM

This mojo bag is old, old hoodoo.

It can cause confusion in those who are hexing or trying to hex you. The mojo makes it so that energy of ill intent cannot adhere to you and literally casts it off.



Use a black pouch for this mojo bag.

Equal parts of:
1. Vetivert
2. Lavender 
3. Galangal

4. A black shoelace from your own shoe
If you dont have a black shoelace, buy one, use it for a week and then create your mojo bag.
Cut the plastic ends off the shoelace. Tie 7 knots throughout the shoelace. Spacing is not important.
Burn/singe the ends using a white candle. 


Place everything into your black mojo bag and carry on your person.




You can also take this same recipe, using a pinch of burnt shoelace ash, and create an incense powder to use in castings where you are breaking a hex or getting rid of unwanted/harmful energies.

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5 Comments

Reply Mother Moon
9:11 PM on September 28, 2016 
I learn something new everyday:) Thanks Ninja!
Reply Ninja
9:01 PM on September 28, 2016 
The plastic shoe lace ends are called "aglets".
I learned that term from a crossword puzzle about 15 years ago. Funny how little non-sense things stick in your head.
Reply thelastunicorn
6:45 PM on September 28, 2016 
thelastunicorn says...
Where do recommend by reputable herbs?

Thank you. Yes have used living earth herbs. A few i havent used as well!!!!
Reply Mother Moon
6:02 PM on September 28, 2016 
Your local co-op, the organic section of the grocery store, mountainroseherbs.com, thegrowers-exchange.com (for fresh exotics and hard to find plants), starwest-botanicals.com, livingearthherbs.com...
Just to name a few.
Reply thelastunicorn
5:34 PM on September 28, 2016 
Where do recommend by reputable herbs?