Friday, January 13, 2012
The Hoodoo Truth: "You Have To Believe In It Order For It To Effect You"
Practitioners are bound to his the false statement of, "You have to believe in it in order for it to effect you", or a similar saying, such as, "If you don't believe it then it won't effect you". A similar phrase even appears in the 2005 movie, The Skeleton Key. Trust me when I say that this phrase was not invented for the film! It's been around for a very long time and it is complete nonsense. The only person who has to believe in the power of conjure is the worker. We as practitioners don't give a damn if the people we are working on believe it or not. In fact, we prefer they don't believe it because if they don't believe it, or if they don't even know that it is possible, then they don't know how to counteract it. Now, please don't confuse what I am writing her to be about doing curses and black magic. I'm not talking about cursing people. I'm talking hoodoo/conjure work in general.. I'm talking about handling a situation and getting down to business and taking care of things. If I as a practitioner need to work on someone for whatever reason, say like to sweeten them up to me, to tie them down, to bind them, or to even cross them up so that they can no longer hurt or harm me, I prefer the person to be a non-believer. Non-believers have no clue how powerful hoodoo is and they don't know how to recognize when they are being worked on or how to stop it or counteract it.