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Sunday, December 30, 2012

Reverse-Evil Mojo Bag

In Review: Reversing and Reversing Candles 

Reversing is exactly what it sounds like, it is the act of sending evil back to the one who sent it to you. The evil may take the form of curses, hexes, spells, gossip, backbiting, etc....

Reversing is usually done with Reversing candles, a special type of candle which are comprised of two layers of wax. The inner layer is red, while the outer layer is black. However, they are just as often sold commercially in the form of what appears to be two joined candles. The top portion is red while the bottom portion is black. They are used to send evil, curses, and general negativity back to the sender. When burned the red wax melts down on the black wax symbolically overcoming the evil.  

To use a Reversing Candle, take a sharp knife and cut the wick off the top portion of the candle, turn the candle upside down and carve a new tip on this end. This is sometimes called flipping or butting the candle. Next, carve the name of the enemy on the candle so that the letters are reversed. Anoint the candle with Reversing Oil, or lacking that use Olive Oil that you have prayed over for this purpose.

Set the candle in a holder and place the candle holder on a mirror. If you have a photograph of the enemy, write your petition on the back of the photograph and then place it under the candle-holder face down (so their evil will be reflected back to them). If you don't have a photograph, write a petition on a piece of brown grocery sack paper that you have cut into a square with scissors. Finally, light the candle and strongly pray that all the evil that has been directed at you be returned to its sender. When the candle has run its course you may inspect any left over wax for signs on the outcome of your work. 

Reversing Mojo Bag 

As you can see, reversing is a form of protection. However, lighting candles may not be as efficient or as convenient as having a spirit ally in the form of a mojo bag to protect you from enemies and send their evil back to them. 

To make this mojo bag I would recommend that you begin with a cleansing spiritual bath that includes hyssop. If you can't get hyssop, then make up the following cleansing bath:

  • 1/2 Cup of Salt
  • 3 Tbsp Pine-Sol
  • 1 Tsp Ammonia

When you are done, dress a reversing-candle with reversing oil saying:

 "With God's blessing may all the evil directed at me now return to its source, that I may enjoy all the good that I am due. In Jesus' name. Amen." 

Place the candle in a candle-holder and then write your name 9 times on a piece of paper torn on all four sides by hand. Anoint the four corners and center of the name-paper with Reversing-Oil and place your personal concerns in the center of the paper. Fold the name-paper away from you three times and set this under your candle. All the while you are doing these things, your thoughts and prayers should be focused on the intent of turning evil away from yourself. If it helps, repeat the prayer above over and over as a mantra.

Light your Reversing Candle and one by one place the following items in a mojo bag. As you place each item in the bag speak to it and tell it what you want it to do. In the case of the "hard" items such as the Silver Dime and Roots, anoint them with the reversing oil as you speak to them.
  • 9 pieces of Devil Shoe-Strings
  • A Silver Dime
  • Peony Root 
  • Crab Shell Powder
  • High John the Conqueror Root
  • Rue 
  • 3 Black-Eyed Peas
  • Solomon Seal Root

When you are done, anoint the bag with reversing oil and smoke it in incense, repeating the prayer above. Place the mojo bag near the reversing candle and earnestly pray the 34th Psalm several times with your intent in mind. When the candle is spent, remove the petition from under the candle, place it in the bag, and tie off the mojo-bag.

Carry the mojo-bag on your next to your skin for at least a week. Several times throughout the day touch it and repeat your prayer. Feed the mojo-bag a drop or two of Reversing or Protection type oil every Saturday.

Happy Hoodooing


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