Sunday, April 22, 2012

Prosperity Work

Deuteronomy 28:11-12
King James Version (KJV)

11"And the LORD shall make thee plenteous in goods, in the fruit of thy body, and in the fruit of thy cattle, and in the fruit of thy ground, in the land which the LORD sware unto thy fathers to give thee.

12The LORD shall open unto thee his good treasure, the heaven to give the rain unto thy land in his season, and to bless all the work of thine hand: and thou shalt lend unto many nations, and thou shalt not borrow."

Write your money petition on this bible verse and burn it to ash. Add the ash to a blue vigil with a pinch of sugar and five finger grass.

Hold the blue vigil to your mouth and state your petition. Light the candle.

Everyday as that vigil burns state your petition. Do the work when the hands of the clock are rising. Drlovebug


  1. Okay, got a question for you or Momma Starr.

    I already knew about using ash to make oils. However, I heard Momma Starr talk about rolling candles in it. So I thought I would experiment just to see how it goes. So I used a plain white emergency candle, dressed it with olive oil and rolled it in ash. When I lit it the ash clogged up the wick and about half-way through it puttered out. So I did it again just to make sure. The second one went out.

    So is the secret just not to use that much ash or is there something else that I'm missing? Because I just sprinkled out the ash on the work space and rolled it three times toward me so it had a good covering. I can do that with sugar or herbs and there's no problem.

    1. Don't over load it with ash because the ash mixed with the wax becomes thick and it will put out the candle. Try it in a jar candle or mix the ash with a little powdered herbs. Just don't be heavy handed with it. Momma Starr

    2. I'll try it again with just a tiny bit of ash. I haven't tried putting it in 7 day candles yet.

      Thanks fo the good advice....


  2. It's so funny to hear someone else talk about the use of ashes. Mamma Star is the only person apart from myself who I've ever come across online who works with ashes in drawing work. It just tickles me so because burning things for positive work and working with the ashes is among one of the first things I learned to do! Yet, a certain nameless internet practitioner scolded me several years ago saying that you don't burn positive things in hoodoo lol, and was backed by a few minions claiming it's not "traditional". It's so nice to see someone else out there who knows about this.

    1. It is very traditional. My mama used ashes all the time, I grew up with it and as a young worker is one of the first things I was taught to do. The fire adds power to the work. We are all taught different but this is one thing I have always done. Momma Starr

    2. Yeah, the power from the fire and the smoke carrying the request too was what I was taught. Sort of like how you charge a candle and its energy is released so to speak by burning it. Or even the burning of incense. The ash is then released to the wind, carried off to railroad tracks, sprinkled on your or anothers property, added to a bag, etc (usually mixed with other things) depending on the nature of the work. Ash of a burnt photo added to protection powders or bottles. Thanks for doing what you do Momma Star! :-)

    3. Your welcome! I'm just trying to keep the work alive. Momma Starr