As usual, all identities are kept confidential and the questions are rephrased.
1.) Do you believe UFOs are real? If so, what do they want? Also, will the government ever admit the truth?
Answer = I believe some UFOs are indeed extraterrestrial. As far as what they want, as in motivation, the only chance at knowing this would be to look at the alien abduction phenomenon. What alien abduction researchers figured out is that the abduction experience is centered around reproduction, as in that the goal of the aliens appears to be to take the sperm and eggs from humans and create a race of beings that are a blend of both alien and human. These beings are referred to as "Hybrids". In fact, the very first reported abduction, the Villa Boas case, likewise had the reproductive element. In fact, I think I will post a blog on the Boas case soon. The Boas case occurred before the Betty & Barney Hill case but was not publicized until years later. With regard to the Hill case, it too involved reproduction motivations as the aliens took sperm and eggs from the Hills. Now, what is the purpose of creating these hybrids? Who knows? Dr. David Jacobs believes the aliens are performing a colonization program, as in that they will one day take over. As far as an official disclosure from the government, I don't believe it will ever happen. In fact, I believe that if there was an alien invasion tomorrow that the plan may just be to nuke the planet, as in the U.S. government and possibly it's allies, purposefully setting of nukes in the hope of rendering the planet useless to the aliens or as a desperate act of suicide to prevent humanity from being enslaved.
2.) Can Christians become possessed?
Answer = I really don't want to open up that can of worms so let me state that for most denominations the answer is "no". Some denominations have a better understanding of the bible and realize that the answer is "yes", but really only for the people who are C.I.N.O.(Christians In Name Only).
3.) Are there any spells that involve the making of mud balls which are thrown at a house? Someone keeps throwing mud balls at our house.
Answer = I don't know of any offhand but that's not to say that it can't be done. I would check to see if it's not dirt daubers nests though.
4.) I like your Black Man At The Crossroads article. Which method do you prefer one uses to try to make a pact with him?
Answer = I don't. The Black Man At The Crossroads is a figure of legend. When this lore is transmitted it is done so with the telling of a friend-of-a-friend used to know this guy who lived next door to this woman who claimed her boyfriend went down to the crossroads.... This means it has always existed in legend only. Most practitioners of Hoodoo are Christians and this is simply something a Christian would not do. If you research the Black Man At The Crossroads you will learn that he is supposed to appear to you in an actual physical form. I've never heard a single instance of the legend where he manifests as the wind or an invisible spirit. So even if someone were to do this, if he's a no-show then it's not going to work. For me, that's just further evidence that the legend of the Black Man At The Crossroad is folklore and not something that practitioners of Hoodoo ever actually did, as in made a pact with. Hope that clears that up. I do know of one example where a specific person was believed to have gone down to the crossroads, but it definitely did him no good. So there you have it. You heard it from me first. The Black Man At The Crossroads is legend, not an actual ritual that Hoodoo people carry out.
5.) Can you give me better directions to the Purple Church?
Not really because I don't know the names of the streets and such. The best thing I can tell you is to go down Douglass all the way. You will pass a Wal Mart. Keep going. You will pass train tracks. Keep going. You will turn around a bend with spooky trees hanging over the road. There will be a farm house on the left and a field on the right. Keep going. You will go up a hill. Off to the right will be a small trail. You can follow that trail if you want but most people continue on. You will come to a drive way with a metal bar blocking it. The Purple Church lies about a mile walk from there. If you are going to go to the Purple Church, please only go with a group. Remember it is private property. I also found this link that may be of some help:
6.) What's your favorite Hoodoo Candles to burn, the ones that have the most power?
I not quite sure what you meant by "power". but my favorite Hoodoo Candles are the Lucky Flame/Money Drawing candles, the kind that has seven colors of wax and lots of lucky imagery. You can view a picture of these candles by clicking HERE.