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Red Candle “Hurry Up” Decision Candle Spell at the Crossroads

This spell was effective for me for fast action to exact a movement on a decision that I was waiting on from the other people in the situation. Ingredients 1 Red Glass 7 -day Novena Candle 21 Pennies 21 caramels 3 Cigars with 3 Wooden Matches Small, single serving of Whiskey or White Rum (airline bottle) Petition or letter written on white paper or photocopy of document, agreement or paperwork that supports your candle work Clean candle with lemon juice or alcohol, let dry . Take all items and travel to a 4-way intersection, also known as a crossroads, where each section of the “cross” extends for at least 7 city blocks (do not use a “T” intersection). Lay petition paper down, covering it with the Pennies and Caramels. Place the candle in center of petition paper or document. Assemble the Cigars at the 12 o’clock, 4 o’clock and 8 o’clock positions, with the candle being in the center of this configuration. Place the Wooden Matches (unlit) at the 2, 6 and 10 o’clock position. Open Whiskey or White Rum bottle, take small swig, swish it around in your mouth and spew/spray it out over the paper, candle and all. Place remaining Whiskey or Rum in bottle down next to candle. Light candle and walk away. DO NOT TURN TO LOOK BACK AT YOUR CANDLE AND RETURN HOME A DIFFERENT ROUTE THAN THE ONE YOU TRAVELED TO GET TO THE CROSSROADS. If there is no change in the situation within three days, repeat offering until decision os made or change has occurred. The crossroads, a section of a travel route that crosses each other, indicating 4 possible places of destination, is a traditional element in Southern Conjure/Rootwork/Spirituality. It is the residing place of the African God Ellegua (aka Legba, Elegua), an entity that is invoked for “opening up” one’s “roads” or “paths”. It is the subject of many tales and songs in regards to “going down to the crossroads” to extract a deal or negotiations to “sell their soul to the devil” in exchange for talent or fame in this life. Tommie Johnson, often confused with blues guitarist/singer Robert Johnson, is said to be the author of songs that explain on the “deal” made with the devil in exchange for guitar playing talented hands. Today’s musicians, such as Gregg Allman and Eric Clapton to name a few, still make reference to “goin’ down to tha crossroads” in their music.  ...