Tuesday, March 20, 2012

The Holy Trinity in Conjure

The Holy Trinity is the powerhouse of conjure. Old timey and traditional conjure workers always begin their work "In the name of God the Father, God the Son, & God the Holy Ghost; Amen" at the beginning and end of any job. This is how old workers tie down their work so it can't be undone.

When you work with God in the Holy Trinity you are calling on God in different aspects to help you. You are claiming a power that can't be taken away from you nor stolen because it is already yours. This in itself is powerful. The origin of the Holy Trinity can be found in the Bible where Jesus stated to call on the Trinity when you pray.

You can call on the Trinity for protection, success, love, and any situation where you need divine assistance. All you need is a sincere heart and a little faith. If you want to work with tools you can use a white candle and a prayer card of the Holy Trinity. Write your petition on the prayercard then light your white candle on top of it while calling on the Trinity. State your petition to God and when the candle burns out carry the prayercard in your purse or wallet.

The Holy Trinity is very important in traditional conjure but no one is talking about it. As many of you already know there's a bunch of online hoodoos mish mashing conjure work. Some of these workers want nothing to do with God or they try to mix the Bible with who knows what. They will work with demons and all kinds of spirits on one hand but guess what?

The Holy Trinity is represented by the triangle and God's holy number is three. Three represents the Trinity. Anytime you do work in a triangle you are in some way working with the Holy Trinity. Some magicians call it the Triangle of Manifestation and I can see that because when you do your work in a triangle you are locking it down. When you do conjure in threes you are tying down the job.

Traditional workers know this little secret but many hoodoos working online aren't aware of it even though it's looking them dead in the face. This goes back to the old saying "Don't throw out the baby with the bathwater..." If you try to remove God and the Bible from conjure work then you are not doing conjure work.

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