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Crown of Success formulas?

topic posted Thu, February 1, 2007 - 1:32 PM by  starrykitten
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Hi all--

Any great formulas for Crown of Success oil/powder?
Thanks!

Erin
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starrykitten
Alabama
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  • well, there is only one "Crown of Success" formula, like there's only one recipe for coca-cola. it's a brand name, in a sense, but you could come up with your own success formula. here are some herbs that cat lists in HHRM under success:

    bay
    bergamot
    deer's tongue
    frankincense
    high john
    master root
    master of the woods
    peony
    echinacea
    solomon's seal root
    wintergreen

    to name a few...
    • Hi Erin,
      here are some recipes from "Master Recipe Book" by Malcolm Mills (from different traditions, but not Cat's strictly hoodoo tradition).
      He is an magickal incense & oil freak. His Homepage is very interesting for rootworkers!
      home.earthlink.net/~extrasc.../id1.html

      Success Oil
      2 parts Sandalwood
      2 parts Five Finger Grass
      2 parts Frankincense
      1 part Cinnamon
      1 part grated Lemon Peel or Lemon Flowers.
      Use two tablespoons of this mixture in two ounces of oil.
      OPTIONAL: Add a small piece of High John Conqueror Root to each bottle of oil made.

      Crown Of Success Oil
      2 parts Sunflower Oil
      2 parts Orange Oil
      2 parts Allspice Oil
      2 parts Ambergris Oil
      Gold Glitter added to bottle

      Crown of Success Incense (One of the most famous Voodoo Essences)
      Orris Root
      Frankincense
      Vetivert
      White Sandalwood
      Gold Glitter
      Helps push aside those who hinder your rise upward to success. Stops evil talk. When you are the subject of gossip or slander, this blend stops bad vibrations from affecting you in any way.

      Successful Incense
      1/2 part Solomon's Seal
      1-1/2 part Cedar
      1/2 part Musk Root
      1/4 part Myrrh

      Success Incense 1
      1 part Bay
      5 parts Orris Root
      35 parts Frankincense
      50 parts Cinnamon
      3 parts Patchouli Leaves
      Grind into fine powder. You may have to sift through strainer or put in blender.
      Option: Stir 3 teaspoons potassium nitrate into 1 cup boiling water. Stir until completely dissolved. Combine dry ingredients into wet. This will make a clay-like substance. Shape clay into balls to throw on your fire.

      Success Incense 2
      3 parts Wood Aloe
      2 parts Red Storax
      1 part Nutmeg
      Burn for success in all undertakings. Since red Storax is unavailable, substitute Frankincense or Gum Arabic.

      Success Incense 3
      1/4 part Mistletoe
      1/2 part Marigold
      1/2 part Sunflower
      1/4 part Onion
      1 part Sandalwood

      Success Incense 4
      Green Base
      Patchouli
      Orris Root
      Sandalwood
      Myrrh
      Allspice
      Cinnamon

      Success Incense 4
      Green Base
      2 parts Orris Root
      1 part Allspice
      2 parts Patchouli
      1 part Myrrh
      1/4 part Frankincense
      2 parts White Sandalwood
      2 parts Rose Petals
      Pinch Benzoin
      Assists in defeating all competition and overcoming all obstacles in the way of success. Especially good when burned to win legal battles.
      • AraBee-

        Where did you find this book? Thanks for the formulas. Much appreciated, and a great site you shared. Thanks again!

        Veg
        • Hi Veg,
          book and link is listed below.
          The recipes above are from "The Ultimate Potionbook" by Malcolm Mills - an excellent formula e-book collected by Malcolm. It's free!
          I like him, he's a nice man and he know much about incense & oils.

          FREE • "The Ultimate Potionbook" • FREE
          I've collected oil and incense recipes for over 30 years and have pulled my collection together into a book which I will be happy to share with you for FREE. I will send it to you as a generic MS Word file which you can load into any word processor. Keep in mind that this is a large file (790K) so make sure you have room in your mailbox. I think you will find it one of the most exhaustive compendium of recipes you've ever seen. It includes most of the recipes available through the Extrascentsory Apothecary plus scores of formulae drawn from Santeria, Wicca, Polynesian and Haitian magic.
          E-mail me to get your copy: home.earthlink.net/~extrasc.../id1.html

          BB AraBee
    • Vajra, I can't find echinacea under success. It's missing in my whole HHRM book! It's possible you made a mistake? Or our books are different in the herb listing? My edition is...äh...I think...one moment...the first...from 2002. Last month I bought it at Abaxion.

      BB AraBee
      • "The Ultimate Potionbook" is a copy of Slater's Magickal Formulary without any credit to the source. It also has a lot of Cunningham and other witchy and sillly fairy stuff. I like the fact that it is all in one place, but I do have a problem when someone makes up a story about mysteriously finding something in a closet, blah blah blah. Also, Slater is not thought of highly by many rootwork types which is explained at length in the Lucky Mojo free spell archive.
        That being said, there are still some handy little recipes there.
        • Hi James. I think the same like you. But don't forget, Malcolm gives the formulas gratis, and he never said that this are his own formulas. Do you know somebody like him, who gives you his own formulary book as a present? I know nobody! And therefore I thank Malcolm very much.
          BB AraBee

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