Oil, Potion, Powder, or Spray? When to Use What | Witch University

There are many concoctions used in witchcraft. The most commonly seen are potions, oils, incense, and powders. Soaps, lotions and creams, ointments, gels, waxes, solvents, dissolving pellets, foods/consumables, steam, and sometimes even ice is used in witchcraft. It is a good idea to know when to use what. via Oil,…

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How to Use a Witches’ Cauldron

Cauldron Work

A cauldron is basically a pot.  If you are an Orisha adherent, you should have an iron cauldron or pan to embody Ogun.  Traditions vary as to whether or not you are permitted to put this cauldron to use for purposes aside of embodying him.  Any metal pot or tool…

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Kindoki Basics

Here is a list of articles that will help you to become a fairly competent practitioner of Kindoki: Click here for some helpful ebooks on Kindoki and witchcraft. Divination: How to Make Divining Coins How to Read Bones (Osteomancy) How to Read Sheloya’s Hoodoo Bones (Tiles using African/diaspora symbols and…

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