Court Case Oil – use in any spell work dealing with court matters. Dress brown candles with it and dab it on your petition papers and mojo bags.
There are many ways to approach court spells. Some will appeal to you, others won’t and you should go do whatever works for you.
Some make honey jars to sweeten the judge. This oil will dress the candles you burn atop the jar. Use brown candles and not the typical, romantic colors of red and pink, you usually associate with honey jars. No oils such as Come To Me or Follow Me Boy or Stay With Me.
Try rolling the candle in Court Case Powder and burning Court Case Incense.
Dab a bit of this oil on your finger and make an equal-arm cross (+) over your heart. Say an appropriate prayer to your preferred God, Goddess, Familiar Spirit or your ancestors, for aid.
Hoodoo workers usually recite Psalms, traditionally Psalm 7, 31, 32, 35 or 37.
Court Case Tricks
Another Hoodoo trick for court case workings is using Low John Root, aka Galangal. You put a pinch of it in your mouth and chew it discreetly in the courtroom but don’t swallow it.
Traditionally, you spit it out on the floor of the courtroom. Obviously, this could backfire, if it’s not done with the greatest secrecy.
I won’t advise you to do it but I will say that It works. I’ve done it myself, with good effect but I don’t see it as a disrespect to the courtroom. It’s not aimed at the system or the judge but rather, it’s a type of reversal spell against the charges laid against you.
If you’re the accuser, it’s spitting the bad luck back on the person who brought you trouble. However, if you’re skittish about the spitting, Low John Root can just as easily be carried in a Mojo Bag!
Essential oils may irritate people with sensitive skin and I encourage you to try a tiny amount first.
For external use only. Do not ingest.
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