Grains of Paradise magical properties

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GRAINS OF PARADISE – Grains of Paradise have a strong magical effect. They’re also known as guinea pepper or alligator pepper, and their botanical name is Aframomum melegueta. They are a common element for the respected ancestors, or Egungun, in Lucumi. Eight pieces of coconut, Red Palm oil, and a single grain of each piece are used to make a ritual offering. Guinea pepper is also said to help with divination. As a Gris-Gris or herbal spell for safety, wrap the grains in a piece of red cloth and bind it up with an image of St. Michael, according to Hoodoo folk magick. For good luck and success, you can place them in your mouth or your shoe. To assure your success when asking for loans and jobs, you can spit them around a bank, court, or a prospective employer’s site.

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GRAINS OF PARADISE – Grains of Paradise have a strong magical effect. They’re also known as guinea pepper or alligator pepper, and their botanical name is Aframomum melegueta. They are a common element for the respected ancestors, or Egungun, in Lucumi. Eight pieces of coconut, Red Palm oil, and a single grain of each piece are used to make a ritual offering. Guinea pepper is also said to help with divination. As a Gris-Gris or herbal spell for safety, wrap the grains in a piece of red cloth and bind it up with an image of St. Michael, according to Hoodoo folk magick. For good luck and success, you can place them in your mouth or your shoe. To assure your success when asking for loans and jobs, you can spit them around a bank, court, or a prospective employer’s site.

Grains of Paradise have a long and varied history in folk magic, with applications ranging from business and financial success to the creation of magical charms, the summoning of spirits, and even legal issues. One such case comes from New Orleans, and it is without a doubt one of the most renowned legends of Marie Laveau, the infamous Voodoo Queen and conjurewoman.

Her fortune would become legendary when the son of a wealthy businessman was arrested for a crime he swears he didn’t commit. The police had a mountain of evidence against him, and he was almost certain to be convicted. After learning of Marie Laveau’s repute as a rootworker, the heartbroken father sought her out. On the day of the trial, Marie ate three Guinea Peppers, also known as Grains of Paradise, while praying at St. Louis Cathedral’s altar. She then dashed to the courthouse, where she utilized her contacts to obtain entry to the courtroom. Despite the proof, she placed the peppers under the judge’s bench, and the son was miraculously declared not guilty. She was rewarded with significant quantities of money and a property on St. Ann between Rampart and Burgundy as a reward.

Many magickal practitioners employ them in lust-inducing food charms. Simply put them in your pocket or under the bed to accomplish this. Grains of Paradise, like any good magical spices, can be used for blessing and removing curses and hexes. The following formula is intended to both honor and protect your ancestors.