On a similar front, there are dozens of Christian organizations who have lock-stepped with all sorts of propaganda machinery from Israel and Jewish organizations in the West to promote their political, military and economic agendas in the Middle East.
My husband and i did this a year before our marriage. We used empty amulet tubes metal hollow pendants from Afghanistan. We each wrote out our promise and wish for the other on a small piece of paper, dated it, and sigilized it with our sexual fluids, then inserted the paper into an amulet tube and exchanged tubes so that each kept the other's vow and wish.
The containers need not be amulet tubes or pendants, of course; you could use a tiny "wish box" or any sort of container, including a pair of small sea shells. The only difference between that love spell as given and what we did was that we performed the spell as a couple. We keep our dressed lodestones together in a covered candy dish on an altar "the Bird Altar" -- so called because it contains a lot of images of birds, including Hummingbirds in our bedroom, at the northern wall.
We renew the spell by performing it once a year, at the Winter Solstice. For the significance of the northern wall in "bedroom" workings, see the page on Chinese Sexual Alchemy mentioned above.
Yearly Hummingbird dances are held a few miles from my home. The Hummingbird parts are danced by teenaged boys with flutes, the flower parts are danced by teenaged girls. The form of the dance is a line dance by the girls, and the boys circle them and approach them each in turn, as Hummingbirds approach flowers.
This indigenous veneration of the Hummingbird as a deity with sexual and love harbinger overtones extends all down the Pacific coast and into what is now Mexico, where it can be found in the form of reverence for La Chuparosa the Rose-Sucker in Spanish.
In Mayan Mexican folk magic, the Hummingbird is also the symbol of -- and again, actually the ancient deity of -- love, sex, and marriage. Here is a contemporary incantatory love spell taken from a Mexican votive candle that, beneath its veil of Catholic formality, literally calls upon the indigenous Divine Hummingbird for a blessing on love.
I shall give it both in Spanish and in English translation; note that the word "chupa" can be translated as "suck out" or "extract" and is used as a reference to the bird's name Chuparosa and as a magical instruction to the bird.
Al Poder de la Chuparosa The Power of the Hummingbird Divina Chupparosa, tu que por el Poder divino endulzas y alegras las cosas quiero que endulces mi vida y alegres mi corazon ya que por tu divina intercession he de venecar a mi amado a y solo sea para mi Divine Hummingbird, who enriches and glorifies everything with your Holy Power, I ask that you enrich my life and love with your Divine Intercession so that my lover will want only me y asi como chupas la miel de las flores, chupa la sal y mala suerte que tengo, y asi en todo vencer, in the same way that you extract honey from flowers, extract all misfortune and bad luck from my life; novenario te he de hacer, para que tu no me divides y me traigas al ser amado fiel y lleno de amor.
These are small amulets carved of soapstone or cast in terra cotta. They are activated by tying the hairs of the lovers into the amulet and by sigilizing with sexual fluids. The Munachi charm is for heightened sexual passion and depicts a copulating couple.
We keep one on the small sex-altar at the head of our bed. The Munaiwarmi charm is for fidelity and depicts a clothed couple embracing as they stand side by side. Pictures of both of these charms with full instructions -- plus similar information about the related Illas charm for the sexual well-being of farm animals -- can be found on their respective Lucky W Amulet Archive web pages.
We keep a cross-cultural form of the Illas charm on our sex-altar; it is a Japanese netsuke carved from a tagua-nut depicting two little mice curled up together.
It serves to remind us of the oxytocin-fueled pair-bonding enjoyed by sexually excited Prairie Voles. They are called "hoodooing a man's [or woman's] nature.
Typical love spells of this sort are the "nation sack" and a knot spell called "tying his [or her] nature. A "Blue Vulva" spell using a similar candle shaped like female genitalia is also possible, but far less common in actual practice.
If the couple breaks up and the spouse does not dispose of the nation sack or knotted string, or take off the "Blue Penis" spell, the person whose nature was hoodood will thenceforward be unable to have a normal sex life with a new partner due to the old spell in which his or her sexuality was controlled by the ex-partner.
Coercive love spells like these can be taken off, however, and there are numerous ways to do so. The symptoms may appear similar to the former type, but a sexual revenge spell is easier to take off, according to accounts by root workers.
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