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Hoodoo Honey and Sugar Spells: Sweet Love Magic in the Conjure Tradition

Deacon Millett of Four Altars Gospel Sanctuary presents full, complete, and authentic instructions on every kind of sugar, honey, apple, onion, molasses, and syrup spell you can imagine. Deacon Millett is a Reconciliation and Love Spell specialist, and the incredible opening section is filled with the Deacon’s recipes for making your own sugar scrubs, sweet

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Deacon Millett of Four Altars Gospel Sanctuary presents full, complete, and authentic instructions on every kind of sugar, honey, apple, onion, molasses, and syrup spell you can imagine. Deacon Millett is a Reconciliation and Love Spell specialist, and the incredible opening section is filled with the Deacon’s recipes for making your own sugar scrubs, sweet bowl spells, and honey baths! Plus, he has included an extensive “Frequently Asked Questions” section, gleaned from the pages of the Lucky Mojo Forum — with incredible answers by our intrepid moderators and members of the Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers. The information you have always wanted is now available in one easy-to-read compendium.

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K. Wright says:

So Much MORE Than the Title Tells You Having been an avid fan of Deacon Millett for several years now (through the LMCC), I knew that this book would be terrific–but it’s so much more than a book of honey and sugar conjure!! There are recipes for hoodoo foods, selections on conjure work from Hyatt and Hurston, an herbal formulary, altar suggestions, sweetening Q & A and so very much more! You will be amazed at the sheer amount of quality info this book contains–add it to your conjure library!

C. Richardson "CR" says:

This is a Reprint of the Lucky Mojo Forum This book started out okay, then I realized that this is an extension of the LMF website which you can go through for free and find this information. More than half of the book is actually excerpts from the forum put together as a Q/A. This seems like a very lazy way to write a book. On the website they praise this book and now I see why. Why pay for the book when you can just go to the forum? I was disappointed with the content.

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