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post Mar 28 2007, 12:39 PM
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I was surfing the internet and noticed a site that had a love spell....

It was called graveyard dirt love spell----

http://www.luckymojo.com/graveyarddirt.html

I wanted to know if anyone ever tried this spell.........The site says that the spell is powerful

Also---did anyone ever use graveyard dirt with their spells and what was the outcome

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post Mar 28 2007, 03:38 PM
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Greetings,

Luckymojo is indeed a good site, so if they say the spell is powerful then it most likely is. But, I have not used it before.

Graveyard dirt, though, that I have used a lot; mostly for protection spells. Some of my spells in which graveyard dirt was used- mostly the earlier ones- failed out right. The cause was eventually tracked to the dirt itself. I bought it from an occult shop and did not think to ask if it had been properly paid for; it was not and therefore had no effect on my spell. Now I collect the dirt myself from a local graveyard. After I started doing that my spells where effective.

Do hope this helped,

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post Apr 16 2007, 05:40 AM
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Although I've not tested this repeatedly, I've also found that the dirt from a really old graveyard, particularly one attached to a chapel/church/religious building etc, is more powerful and has greater negative energy.

An old local graveyard that dated from the 16th Century I think, had powerful dirt. I only had to put a tiny bit in someone's pockets for example to cause them a pounding headache. Conversely, dirt from a much newer graveyard I now live near seems hardly effective at all. I guess it may still work in general spells, but that pulsating negative energy great for binding/hexing just doesn't seem in it.

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post Feb 13 2008, 11:35 PM
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Would the dirt have to be from close to the casket, or can it be from the relative surface of the grave?


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post Feb 14 2008, 06:33 PM
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Seems like the grounds hasn't been tempered enough. Still it seems like bad juju taking something from a graveyard. Anyhow, pay the dead some respect next time.

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post Feb 14 2008, 07:12 PM
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Graveyard dirt doesn't necessarily have negative energy - it's simply saturated with an energy that is more connected with the subtle world, it facilitates the movement of energy from higher worlds to lower ones, and vice versa. Whatever your intention is, positive or negative, can be facilitated with graveyard dirt.

Also, it doesn't have to be from a grave, just the graveyard itself. Somewhere closer to a tree in the graveyard seems to be more potent, or if it is from a grave, a newer one is better.

Branches from trees, stones, wildflowers, and - eugh - bones, from a graveyard are all also good for various purposes.

Old graveyards are better than new ones, the older the better. But not for the reason it sounds like - people took graveyards far more seriously in centuries past. People in the modern age invest very little energy in anything, and take everything for granted. It's a shame, but as with any social trend, there are exceptions. In the past, graveyards were considered holy ground, very seriously, and treated that way by most. Now, they're mostly just places to stick dead bodies. Expensive places.

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QUOTE(Vagrant Dreamer @ Feb 14 2008, 05:12 PM) *

Graveyard dirt doesn't necessarily have negative energy - it's simply saturated with an energy that is more connected with the subtle world, it facilitates the movement of energy from higher worlds to lower ones, and vice versa. Whatever your intention is, positive or negative, can be facilitated with graveyard dirt.

Also, it doesn't have to be from a grave, just the graveyard itself. Somewhere closer to a tree in the graveyard seems to be more potent, or if it is from a grave, a newer one is better.

Branches from trees, stones, wildflowers, and - eugh - bones, from a graveyard are all also good for various purposes.

Old graveyards are better than new ones, the older the better. But not for the reason it sounds like - people took graveyards far more seriously in centuries past. People in the modern age invest very little energy in anything, and take everything for granted. It's a shame, but as with any social trend, there are exceptions. In the past, graveyards were considered holy ground, very seriously, and treated that way by most. Now, they're mostly just places to stick dead bodies. Expensive places.

peace


hello, begginer here, when it comes in getting grave yard dirt, do i like need to ask the dead permission before harvesting one from the ground or leave some offerings or do i just take some and go?

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