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Readers Question | What to Do with Other Petition Papers

Readers Question | What to Do with Other Petition Papers Hi Jacqueline, I have read your suggestion about money petition papers. What if it is not for money but someting else? What do you do with petition papers that are secret wishes for things like good health or for better times ahead? Mary ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Mary, Let me tell you what I do with petition papers. As you know, I receive prayer requests from all over and place them free on my All Saints Altar, under the candles I am burning for others, so that they can “piggy back” on the candle intentions and have a little “oomph” for the Angels and Saints to hear. On Sundays, when I clean the Altar and reset things and such, I take those prayer requests and petitions, including the petitions that were attached to candles I have burned for clients, and I burn them on a charcoal that has frankincense and myrrh or other Holy Resins and Herbs on it, and let them burn, allowing the smoke to drift to Heaven. It is reminiscent of Old Testament times when burnt offerings were placed on fires in the Temple. You might want to do the same for your petitions. Get a aluminum pie pan and light some incense charcoal that you can get at a spiritual supply shop or Catholic store. Frankincense and Myrrh granules can be found there as well. Light charcoal, drop some incense grains on he coal, then place petition on top of it. Make sure you area is fire safe. You can add prayers or a meditation time during your burn, if you wish. Thank you for a good question! J....

Readers Question | What Can Be Done with Petition Papers?

Readers Question | What Can Be Done with Petition Papers? Jacqueline What do we do with the petition papers after the candle spell is done or the candle is out? I have a few petitions just sitting in a little tin waiting for me to do something with them. Thanks! Tamieka ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Name papers (the ones you place a persons name on) and petition papers ( the ones that you write an incantation or prayer) are to be dispersed in a way to it “goes out to the Heavens or the Universe” to do its’ job. For myself, there are a few ways that I take care of petition papers. For positive candles spells (such as love, money,success): I take the papers and I either burn it in the candle glass, and toss in a pinch of sage or copal to sweeten the smoke, and allow the petition prayers to drift up to Heaven for the Angels to hear or I burn it in my weekly Sunday morning ritual in my back yard. I take all the prayer requests and notes left on the All Saints Altar and place them in an aluminum dish to burn with incense. I save the photos if they are on original Kodak-type paper and all the Internet print off photos I burn with the petitions. For love drawing and money or success drawing papers: Some have the idea to wrap the paper around the spent wax (if using a free-standing candle) wiht a pinch of SUGAR or a LODE STONE fixed with MAGNETIC SAND, and bury it under their steps (if  raised wooden steps to a porch) or near the walkway where they enter their home (like a planter by the walkway leading to their door in an apartment complex) or in a potted plant on their doorstep or landing. The idea is that it will be a constant money or love “magnet” drawing to the home. Some fold the paper into a packet (sometimes around a drawing spice such as CINNAMON), and wear in a locket or place in a mojo bag or tied in a white kerchief and worn on the body or left in the bedroom (for love drawing). For candles for an enemy or someone that you want to commit an act of revenge: You can take the petition paper and burn it with SULPHUR (either powder that was obtained from the pharmacy) or CRUSHED MATCHSTICK TIPS (easy and cheap to do). If using SULPHUR, make sure to burn it outside, as the fumes are toxic and cannot be burned indoors. After all has been burnt, you can either add it to a BLACK PEPPER, RED PEPPER and SALT mixture and toss it on their walkway or doorstep, or near the drivers side of the car, so they step in it and carry it into their car. Thanks for the good question!...