Devil's Shoestring is a species of Viburnum, usually Viburnum alnifolium. Devil's Shoestring is one of the most powerful, and difficult to acquire, roots used in New Orlean's Witchcraft and Louisiana Voodoo/Hoodoo practices.
Devil's Shoestrings are used for protection & luck, to "trip up the Devil" or "cripple" him so he can't get in a house. Some folks drive them into the ground around the front door or place a bundle of them above the door lintel or mantelpiece. Also for good luck in games of chance and to draw business in.
Some Simple ways to use Devil's Shoestring:
Gambling Luck: You can take Devil’s Shoestring along with you in a mojo bag to the gambling table to help get Lady Fate on your side. You’ll need:
Wrap the other ingredients in the red flannel bag and tie it shut. Mojo bags are like little spirits, and need to be fed to be kept happy and working. Feed the bag 3 drops of Van Van Oil every 5 days to keep the luck flowing. Keep the mojo bag on you (traditionally in your left pocket) whenever you head out gambling or just need some luck on your side.
Draw in Customers to your business: If you need to draw customers to your business, you can mix three oils together.
Mix the three together in equal parts, and add a few drops to any windows or doorways to the business. Renew the protection every week.
1 package of Devil's Shoestring
Devil's Shoestring is one of the most powerful, and difficult to acquire, roots used in New Orlean'..
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