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Herbs and Roots for Court Case Work
As we’ve noted, preparing a beef tongue to hold
the names of those who are against you, and preparing
a sweetening jar for every person you need to show
you favor, is important in court case work. Don’t feel
that this type of work is as simple as lighting one candle,
because it rarely is. Add in White sage and Solomon’s
seal to the jars of the judge and your lawyer or lawyers,
for these will increase their wisdom and discernment.
Always use Deer’s tongue (Liatris odoratissima) into
work done on your attornies, for this miracle little plant
really does grant eloquence. In our experience, however,
you must include the other herbs and not use Deer’s
tongue alone, as it can loosen their tongues overmuch,
to your detriment. These herbs can be used not only in
their jars, but may also be carefully added to their can-
dles as they are dressed and as they are burning.
Other court case herbs include Little John to Chew,
which is more commonly known as Galangal root.
This root is in the ginger family. It should be carried
into court with you. Place a bit in your mouth and chew
it while you are there. Traditionally, folks would spit
this on the courtroom floor to turn the tide in their favor.
Tobacco is a heavy conjuring plant which we serious-
ly advise be incorporated into your court case work. To-
bacco can be “fixed” to carry out your intentions. Tobac-
co is regarded by many as the “Chief of the Conjuring
Plants”, and it is very potent. Powder the tobacco (Nico-
tiana rusticana is good and strong, and we advise it, but
commercial tobacco can certainly be used. We are fond
of using American Spirit brand tobacco.) Powder the to-
bacco by hand. Place it in your left hand. Address the
plant respectfully and stir it with your finger while focus-
ing very intently on your need. Visualize a flame burning
in the palm of your hand. You must really see this, not
just lightly imagine it. Spit into the tobacco (cup your
hand and spit into it, or the tobacco will fly everywhere).
Take this powdered tobacco to court with you and sprink-
le it around the room. This can be surreptitiously accom-
plished by putting it into a trouser pocket into which
you have picked a small hole. Put your hand in there,
and manipulate the tobacco so that it falls through the
hole and onto the courtroom floor.
Black poppy seeds are traditionally scattered in the
courtroom to cause confusion. This may involve losing and misplacing documents,
or various other types of interruptions. Use these in the work you do on your oppon-
ants, as well.
Slippery elm can be used to help to reduce the likelihood that charges brought
against you will stick, and to reduce the ability of the negative things said of you to
stick to you or to stick in the minds of the judge and jury. Though Slippery elm is
the herb most commonly used for this purpose, other mucilaginous plants such as
Marshmallow root may also be used with good effect. These plants help the negatives
to slide down and out without impacting your case. (Next: More herbs, and Psalms)