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The second Psalm which is heavily utilized for
court case work is Psalm 35. We suggest you pray
this psalm morning and night over the nine days
prior to your court appearance or trial. If you do
not have the time with which to prepare, pray this
psalm deeply, for however long a period you do have.
Dress brown candles with any or all of our trio of
legal formulas. Pray as you dress your candles, pul-
ling the anointing oil towards you as you draw closer
your protection and your victory.
We suggest that you take a series of baths using
Hoodoo Roots COURT CASE Spiritual Bath Crystals,
our JUST JUDGE Spiritual Bath Crystals, or our
HOLY APOSTLES Spiritual Bath Crystals. Each of
these formulas utilizes traditional herbs, roots, and
essences long believed to have a positive affect on the outcome of court case situations.
Place two dressed candles on the floor of your bathroom
as you take your spiritual baths. When you have finished your
baths, step out through the “doorway” which the candles form.
As always, spiritual baths are not to be taken with soap, and
you should always allow yourself to air-dry afterwards.
Dress for court in clothes which have been freshly launder-
ed. Stir COURT CASE, JUST JUDGE, or HOLY APOSTLES
Spiritual Bath & Washing Crystals into the laundry rinse water.
Dust your body with Hoodoo Roots brand COURT CASE,
HOLY APOSTLES, OR JUST JUDGE Sachet & Dusting Powder,
or a combination of the three.
Remember to wear your fixed undergarments turned inside
out on the day of your trial. Remember to dress a paper on
which you have written the names of the Twelve Apostles with
HOLY APOSTLES Spiritual Oil. Wrap this around a fresh leaf
of sage, and wear it in your shoe when you go to court. By
doing this, it is believed that as your jury may be comprised
of 12 people, so too you will have the 12 Apostles on your side.
Of course, get the best attorney you are able to. We always
also advise those facing serious charges to hire a trustworthy,
experienced spiritual worker to help them, not only during
the days leading up to your time in court, but during the
actual hours of the trial itself. This is particularly important
if the charges against you are serious.
One old technique is to gather three pieces of wood taken
from any green tree growing in the cemetery prior to your
trial. Each of these three pieces should then be broken
into two, and all of the wood should be taken to the court-
house. Place one piece in the middle of the front steps of
the courthouse, one on the left, and one on the right of the
front steps. Do the same thing on the rear steps of the court-
house. Then go back to the cemetery. Pray and ask the
dead to please assist you in your court troubles, in the Name of the Lord. We suggest
a payment in thanks, as well; coins and alcohol are traditional. We also strongly be-
lieve that sincere prayers for the dead are deeply appreciated, as well. (Next: Psalms)