Containing Graveyard Dirt also known as Goofer dust, this oil can be used for both Dark magick and White magick but I will only list the information for White magick.
Used for protection from enemies and negative energies. Can also be used for love spells and sex magick. If a neighbour is troubling you sprinkle this oil over their garden, driveway to stop the trouble. It is said that spirits of the dead will help you in any quest when you use Grave yard dirt, many people do not like the name so call it Goofer dust instead. I suppose when you hear the name Graveyard dirt you imagine someone sneaking into a cemetery at night to collect the dirt from Graves which just is not true at all.
I use Grave yard dirt in healing spells and have a small bowl of it on my altar to represent and honour the dead. I also use it for protection and find it works well in mojo bags and poppet dolls. I also add it to incense too.
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Directions: Use only a few drops, add to bath water, charm bags, oil burners, incense granules, powder or sticks, anoint candles, crystals, tools and jewellery.
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