Respectfully collected and paid for. This real Graveyard Dirt is red clay, from a cemetery in the southern USA.
I can’t say who’s grave it’s from, only because I’m offering it for sale. But the Spirit was paid with dimes (stuck into the ground at the grave) and whiskey (poured onto the grave), as is traditional in Hoodoo practice. It’s important to ask the permission of the Spirit, get their blessing, so they will be helpful.
It’s important to note that the grave was not disrespected or in any way desecrated. The grave site didn’t actually look any different after removing the dirt than it did before. The desecration of a grave is completely unacceptable and would have the opposite effect of the work that is intended by a respectful “barter” with the Spirit of the person.
This batch of graveyard dirt would be useful for general purposes in spell recipes where graveyard dirt is called for.
The only reason that I’m selling it so cheaply is because I can’t say the name of the person. In Hoodoo practice, it’s often necessary to have dirt from a specific type of person, such as one of your ancestors, a police officer, soldier, criminal, murderer, etc. In short, you want dirt from either the grave of a person known for doing good works or a person known for doing bad things, depending on what you’re trying to accomplish.
I will say that this dirt would probably be better for positive workings and for protective spells. It might not be the best choice for curse work. I use this when I need a connecting agent to a human spirit who would stand up and protect and defend the rights of others.