Thursday, March 29, 2012

Burying Hoodoo/Conjure Oh My


Burying Hoodoo/Conjure Oh My ©Starr

There seems to be a LOT of confusion about what to bury and where to bury conjure items in your yard. Again and I know y’all must be tired of me saying this but “this is where HANDS ON learning is needed”! This is one of the first and one of the most important things a young conjure should learn. This can be dangerous! You maybe think “Oh how dangerous can this be”? Send me your information and let me bury you in the West and I will show you just how dangerous it can be.

This BS that is being taught on-line about burying came straight out of Hyatt and it is a dangerous crock. I want to explain bout the front and back of the house and East to West. I’ve said this a thousand times and will say it another thousand I’m sure; there is more to Hoodoo/Conjure than what folks call “spells”. There is a whole concept a whole way of thinking. You have to have the right frame of mind. I’m sorry and I am not dogging anyone but you can’t get that out of a book. You have to learn to use your common sense.

Mr. Robert is one of the toughest mentors I have ever had. He is tricky! You see when you are face to face or on the phone you get to enter act and ask questions of your teacher it’s not the same as e-mail or reading a book or researching Hyatt. In conjure there is a reason for burying an item in the West or the back of the house. This is done to HOLD SOMETHING OR SOMEONE DOWN OR TO REMOVE SOMETHING. Please get this clear in your mind.

I think the confusion comes in because there is an old work “my mama did this to my daddy” where you bury your man’s underwear behind the house to keep him home. This nails him down to stop them from rambling. This again is why it is important to have a teacher so they can explain to you about the whole concept of nailing down and burying in the West/behind the house.  Y’all are getting a free lesson here; please take it to heart because you can harm yourself or someone else with this type of work.

Examples

We now know that whatever is buried in the west or behind is either held down or removed.

Example 1

The other day I had a client come to me for help. This guy works per job, meaning the work is not a sure thing. He went to a worker who told him to bury his photo behind his house. I guess the concept of the work was to nail down his job. Well that’s all good and fine IF he had a steady job. At the time this was done he was OUT of work. He should have never been given this information. It hurt him not helped him; because he then couldn’t get work anywhere. This is an inexperienced worker giving advice when they don’t know what the hell they are doing. What they did was gave him advice that nailed his broke ass no job self down, so no wonder he couldn’t get a job. He couldn't even pay me for the work because he paid the so called worker all the money he had!

This is what SHOULD have happened. He should have been advised to do at least {3} cleansing bathes {just to make sure he was cleansed}. Then some road opening/money drawing work should have been done to draw the work and money to him. ONCE HE WAS WORKING GOOD THEN NAIL HIS ASS DOWN!  In doing the work that way, he has jobs coming in, he as money coming in and he is spiritually cleansed. Folks are learning only part of the work; then they try to work for others and end up messing the client up.

When you nail something down it brings everything to a complete STOP, they can’t MOVE FORWARD. That is the whole reason for doing this. If your man is broke and out of work and you bury him in the back yard; he’s gonna stay home but his ass will stay broke and out of work too!

If you have a really good job and you want to hang on to it then you can do a work and bury it behind the house to keep your job nailed down. I know this maybe confusing but use your common sense. You ALREADY have success, money a good job. The key words here are ALREADY HAVE! This is why it is important to have hands on training so you can be taught what to do and when to do it if you are going to claim to be a PROFFESIONAL WORKER! You are dealing with the lives of folks that are desperate for help.

Example 2

When is it safe to bury or throw in the back yard or in the West? Any time you want to remove something from you or hold something down. I’m going to give a few examples.

If you have a co-worker and you both want the same job, you can bury them behind your house or in the West and this will always keep them behind you. They want be able to move forward.

If bill collectors are hounding you, put them behind you! Bury them behind the house or in the West. Petition and pray that they be removed.

In the East

The sun rises in the East so anything that you are trying to bring to you should be buried, thrown or worked in the East. The East is easy to understand; internet workers don’t understand how to work with the West or behind the house. I hope I have cleared this up for some who have been giving bad advice. Sorry to be so blunt but this kind of stuff pisses me off. If you are going to put yourself out there as a PROFFESIONAL ROOTWORKER then you need to know what the hell you are doing. Momma Starr


49 comments:

  1. I have a question I've been pondering and could use advice, if you wish not to that's fine! We are a military family meaning we could move every 2 or 3 years or we could stay in one place by any multiple of years(of that 2 to 3). So for example if I had a job I wanted to hold down while I was in a certian place, then we have to move...what do I do with what I've buried?

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  2. You need to make sure you mark the spot where you buried the item. When you move undo the work and place it in the crossroads.You should always mark where you bury something like that.There are other works that can be done that does the same thing. Hope this helps. Momma Starr

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  3. Thanks so much for your answer!! I haven't needed to yet because I'm a housewife, but I was curious about what to do in case I did need to either hold/bring blessings. Being a military family I've offered it to the crossroads to be on the safe side or put it in a near by creak to take it away. Thanks!!

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  4. Your very welcome.You know conjure folks are known to be very tricky. You can also place a planter on the backside of your house and bury things in it instead of in the ground. It will still be buried in earth. Momma Starr

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    1. Ya I had just about forgotten about that one!!

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  5. Thank you Momma Starr for breaking this down to us and giving us that old school. This is an awesome refresher and you go into details about this kind of work where others leave you scratching your head. Drlovebug

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    1. Your welcome. There is much more to it but that is all I am willing to share at this time. Momma Starr

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  6. okay, now i have a question...i am on my third honey jar as the first (2) have been "revised" (my third one is made to momma starr's specification)...how do i properly dispose of honey jars one and two (i poured the contents of each of them into their own individual aluminum foils because i needed the jar)...i currently have them buried in my backyard, BUT, i do not have the man back--YET!...so, what do i do with them as i don't want to "nail his ass down" to where he is now but rather "nail his ass down" BACK HERE WITH ME?! thank you...

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  7. First let me clarify I didn't tell you to bury them in the back yard. I would have never done that. I would have buried them in the front yard by my front door or thrown them in the crossroads. Never in the back yard. Who ever told you that told you wrong. That might be why he ain't home yet! Momma Starr

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  8. you are correct...you NEVER told me to bury it there--i got it from another source!...now, i have to figure out where i buried them and move them to the front! thank you for clearing things up for me, momma starr!

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    1. Your welcome. Just an FYI when you decide to bury something if there is even a thin chance you make to dig it back up mark the spot where you put it. Momma Starr

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  9. Thank you for making this blog post - very informative. I have a question (you knew that was coming, right! lol). The front yard of my house is facing the West - if I want to get rid of something, should I still bury said items in my front yard? Since my front door faces the setting sun, should I not burying items I want to draw to me there?

    Before I was aware of where to bury items, I was burying leftover candle wax from honey jars, etc. in my back yard which is situated in the East.

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    1. Cute name "The Devil You Know" I have known many in my 58 years. I would follow how the Sun rises and sets. The sun comes up in the East so there fore it is worked to bring; it goes down in the West "if something gets smaller until it is gone" then I would say to remove place it in the West now matter what. If you want to go with the importance of the doors of your house then you would bury accordngly. I trust my elders so I will stick East verses West. I'm not sure I answered your question tho. Momma Starr

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  10. Thank you, Momma Starr. You actually did answer my question about burying. In the future, I intend to bury the stuff I want to get rid of in my front yard (the west). Makes perfect sense actually!

    I also wanted to thank you for the tip about using syrup instead of honey in sweet jars (an earlier blog post you made...been up reading your blog for the past few hours!). Because of that blog post, I remade a sweet jar I've been working for about a year now which has been very, very slow to work. I wish I had found your blog sooner!!

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    1. Glad the information helped. Let me know how it goes with the syrup. I think you will see a big difference. Momma Starr

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  11. Idk Why It didn't show my comment but only my email...but I wanted to know if being nervous and paranoid over burying messes my chances up and if I want to end It do I dig It back up and burn the item?

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  12. Idk Why It didn't show my comment but only my email...but I wanted to know if being nervous and paranoid over burying messes my chances up and if I want to end It do I dig It back up and burn the item?

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    1. You can dig them up or you can cleanse the area where they are buried with prayers and some Holy water. Momma Starr

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  13. To bring someone back to you is it true to tie both dirty underwear together and bury them. In the back yard?

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    1. Burying something in the back yard is done to nail something done; to hold something. If they are already there then yes it is done to keep them there. Momma Starr

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  14. Well she left and went back home but want hher to come back so I should bury in the front of the house and is it alright that I tie both of our underwear together

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    1. I would roll them towards me then tie them in a strong knot. Right before you pull the knot tight pray your petition, then call the targets name and pull the knot tight. Bury it by the front door; mark the spot. Once they are home transplant them to the back so you can nail them down. Momma Starr

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  15. I would like to learn more. How

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  16. I know a little to help people. Being from Alabama. But really how to get my girlfriend to move back. I had a worker put he die. He was a good man. He would see things and tell me before they happen and tell me how to work the situation. But girlfriend went back home in another state. How can I work the right stuff.

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  17. I know a little to help people. Being from Alabama. But really how to get my girlfriend to move back. I had a worker put he die. He was a good man. He would see things and tell me before they happen and tell me how to work the situation. But girlfriend went back home in another state. How can I work the right stuff.

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    1. Go and look on my website, there is work on there that can help you. Momma Starr

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    1. I'm sorry but I am taking very few of these cases on now days. There are plenty of good workers that could help. Momma Starr

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  19. My ex left me for another woman that he slept with before me and him got together, all because she claimed she was pregnant. A month passes by and she is not even really pregnant, but he won't leave her because he does not want to go through a third divorce. So my question is how do I get him to fall back in love with me and come back home. Please I could really use some help.

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    1. Check out oldstyleconjure.com, you will find some good works there that may help you. Momma Starr

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  20. I need some help. I think someone has done something to my husband. A few years ago we split up and he started seeing someone, he then left her and we got back together. I honestly think she did something to him because he has had a lot of health issues going on with him out of no where. He is in the military and we have moved to a different state since we got here everything has gone down hill with his health to where no it's life threatening. It is unusual how it's happened. Please help. Thank you

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    1. I would suggest some cleansing bathes. Starr

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  21. I buried two dirty pair of my boyfriend underwear in the back yard. But he still left me for another woman. I want him back. Should I dig them back up and bury them in the east? Heavy hearted.

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    1. All I will say is I was taught to buryin the East each worker works their own way. Momma Starr

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  22. Ok....but will it do more harm than help if I dug them back up and place to meet at the east? I don't want to harm anything than it already is.

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    1. I don't know. Ask the worker who told you to bury it. Different workers work differently. Momma Starr

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  23. I hava a question. I'm only 20 so excuse me if I sound a bit confused to u elders(no offense)I read online about writing my lover's name and mine on a piece of paper, cutting it into a heart,placing it in something sweet, heating it up, and burrying it in the back yard. My question is if I'm renting my apartment does it still work the same magic or should I bury it in my front yard. If he lives with his mother now, how long will it take for him to come back home? Please help me out. We have four kids togethee and nothing makes a home better than happy parents with happy kids

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    1. All I can say is that different workers work different. I personally was not taught to bury in the back yard to draw as some workers say "your miles may vary". Momma Starr

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  24. How do i properly nail a picture of my fiance down to keep him home and not out cheating on me

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  25. I lived in a house w my partner at the time. I tied a knot in his dirty underwear and buried them in the backyard. We moved from the house and into another. We broke up and are now seperated. I don't want him back, and I wish him well, however, I am having a hard time (sexually) and I sometimes have to think of him for arousel. I am curious if I need to go back to our old house and dig up the underwear? If so that I do, what do I do with the underwear once I dig them up?

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  26. Do the underwear have to be dirty? What if they have been washed can it still work? The only belongings my ex still have here have been washed, an if its a must that theyre dirty is there anything else I can try?

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    1. Brittany, I've always used dirty ones, and I was taught to work with dirty ones but if they belong to the target and they have worn them some they might work. It want cost you anything to try. Momma Starr

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  27. My husband has been seeing this girl from his home town for about 2 years. he says that she is a child hood friend, however I know it's more! I just need instructions on where and how to bury the underwear.
    1.Do I bury on the EAST, WEST or just in the backyard
    2.Do I tie a knot in his underwear or do I tie my underwear to his

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  28. Do I have to bury the underwear in the yard or can I put them under my bed...on the east side of the bed?

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  29. Please don't judge me on this one... but I fell in love with an older man and he purposely got me pregnant... but in the middle of my pregnancy he left me to marry the woman he was cheating on with me... but we still have a very intimate relationship... she still lives in maryland... how do I get rid of her and keep him... they have no kids together and he is using her for her money

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