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#46 Damaris

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Posted 15 May 2007 - 09:45 PM

Nespara, thank you :( It's gone from bad to worse. I am going to do a Green Devil spell.

As for obtaining a home...you can use lodestones in sun oil, drat what is that called? You rub it on the picture of the house you want...I'll see if I can find the spell. I did it YEARS ago.

To make sure a house is right for you, find a white pebble in running water. Hold it in your hand when you look at houses, and when you walk into the right house, the stone will grow warm :)

If you need money to buy a house, I have a money spell with benzoin and cinnamon, or you can do a money-drawing spell of your own with a green candle and Prosperity oil...

What do you need? :hug:

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Posted 20 June 2007 - 10:39 AM

Nespara, thank you :ghost: It's gone from bad to worse. I am going to do a Green Devil spell.

As for obtaining a home...you can use lodestones in sun oil, drat what is that called? You rub it on the picture of the house you want...I'll see if I can find the spell. I did it YEARS ago.

To make sure a house is right for you, find a white pebble in running water. Hold it in your hand when you look at houses, and when you walk into the right house, the stone will grow warm :)

If you need money to buy a house, I have a money spell with benzoin and cinnamon, or you can do a money-drawing spell of your own with a green candle and Prosperity oil...

What do you need? :hug:

Damaris


Hi Damaris if there is anyway that you could email me so that I can ask more about the spells you are talking about in here .
Thanks,
Froggie28

Edited by SattvicMoon, 20 June 2007 - 10:41 AM.


#48 MoonChild

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Posted 20 June 2007 - 10:41 AM

Namaste Froggie, I am editing to remove the email address specified in your post above since it is not advisable. You can send a personal message to Damaris (or whoever you need to), so that personal details are not on open boards. Thank you.
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Posted 07 September 2007 - 07:16 PM

Well folks, one week short of a year after burying St. Joseph, I finally have a buyer for my house. Mind you, the buyer wants to wait a few months to close for tax purposes, but that's fine with me. Now all I have to do is get it past inspection, and the deal is closed. Anything can happen in three months, but I'll put my faith in St. Joseph for a little while longer. And as agreed, I'll be displaying him prominently in my new home--wherever that may be--once the closing is completed.

OK, a year might seem like a long time, but in today's real estate market, I consider this a case of divine intervention :D
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Posted 07 September 2007 - 07:41 PM

My mothed used the St. Joseph statue, and I told her how exactly to bury him from the details on here. My mothers house went under agreement in less than 3 weeks, full price offer and sold quickly. I forgot about the statue. Was she supposed to dig it up? What was she supposed to do with it afterwards?
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Posted 07 September 2007 - 11:41 PM

You're so right, Earth_Spirit, about the timing. It all has to do with desire and intent. And a devotion to Saint Joseph doesn't hurt. The people that I know personally, who have used Saint Joseph to sell their house say it NEVER fails. Then, they dig up the statue, (which I believe is in the instructions) and bring it to their new home and keep it on the mantle or where ever for all to see, and a reminder to them of their faith.
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Posted 08 September 2007 - 11:52 AM

The custom is that when the house is sold, God and St. Joseph are thanked, the statue is dug up and given a place of honor in your new home, and you, of course, tell others about the power of St. Joseph's intercession.

I was told to bury the statue next to the For Sale sign, but I would recommend moving it out a foot or so. I used to cringe every time I looked out the window and saw one of the neighborhood dogs lifting his leg on the post. No wonder St. Joseph didn't bless me with an immediate offer!

I think I'll wash the statue thoroughly before displaying it on my mantle too . . .
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Posted 13 December 2007 - 07:52 PM

Well, things went as planned. The house closed on the 3rd of December, and what's even nicer is that I'm still living in the house. Only now I'm a tenant rather than an owner. The buyer lives in California and didn't want to move in the dead of winter, so I'm renting the place for the next six months. That'll give me lots of time to find a new home.

Unfortunately, there's more to this story than meets the eye. My late wife was the actual owner of the house, and now I have to split the proceeds from the sale with my four adult stepsons. The lawyers have been shuffling the paperwork back and forth between themselves for a week and half now, so I've yet to be paid.

As the Zen koan goes: Infinite patience yields immediate results.
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Posted 14 December 2007 - 12:16 AM

Anybody got a spell to help with a Re-Fi? We're doing our best to spruce the place up for the apprasial but every little bit helps.
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Posted 11 April 2008 - 04:56 PM

I was searching the web for some ideas on spells for selling a home and I came across this forum. First, it is a fine forum that I shall visit often! :wave: Second, I thought there might be someone that could send me their 2 cents even though this hasn't been an active discussion for awhile.

I have an odd situation and am wondering if anyone has any ideas to help with it on what spells would work. I have heard the St. Jospeh thing working for many many people but I am not sure how to work it in my situation.
First the situation:

I am divorced with my Ex still living in my house. He can't move out until he buys a home, but claims he is having trouble finding one in his price range. (He needs a large home for 5 kids - it's a long story.) What can I do to help activate his finding a house to buy? And I am talking about spells or prayers - I know he actually has to help himself here too.

But wait - there is more: My boyfriend lives in California & wants to move to Ohio with me. However, he can't move until he sells some land he has out in Colorado. Neither of us will be visiting the property. So we couldn't really bury anything there to sell it nor could we un-bury it after it is sold. Is there just a prayer of St. Joseph that will work rather than one in conjunction with the burial of the statue?

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Posted 11 April 2008 - 09:15 PM

Welcome to Ghost Village Bluu!
That is a rather complicated story. I think you can explain your whole story to Saint Joseph and go from there, with out the burying the statue etc. Just have faith in your request to this householder saint.
Good luck to you. It will all work out!
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