Hoodoo Marriage Proposal Spell

Do you want to compel a man to propose marriage to you?  The secret to this marriage spell, which finds it’s origin in Hoodoo rootworking magic  is to use licorice root.

Licorice root grants the bearer over a person or situation they wish to control.

Licorice root is sold in chips that are usually burned as incense.  This ritual also uses a ring which is supposed to represent the real life engagement ring to be presented as part of a proposal.

For the Marriage  Spell you will need:

  • A plastic engagement ring
  • A unframed photo of both of you
  • An incense burner
  • Lighter
  • Licorice root chips
  • Red velvet pouch

How to Cast the Hoodoo Marriage Proposal Spell

On the night of a full moon roll up the photo of the two of you into a slim tube and insert it into the plastic engagement ring. Place it before the incense burner which is full of licorice chips.  Light the licorice chips and visualize your lover proposing marriage to you.

When the spell is over tuck the ring and ashes into a pouch and tuck it under a mattress where both of you sleep often.  Do not let him find it or the proposal opportunity will be squandered.

When to Use a Marriage Spell

This marriage spell can be used in different ways, all to great effect.

Maybe you are lonely and want the companionship and love that you are sure marriage will bring. Or you may already love someone from afar. But probably, this marriage spell is most used when you have been in courtship with someone for a long time yet they will not make the commitment to marry you that you need.

Often we allow ourselves and our relationships with our loved ones to drift along without any firm commitments to marriage. Maybe your partner says that they are happy with the way things are and that they do not want to change them. Often they will say that marriage will change things, and yes, it usually does. But often for the better!

When you cast this marriage spell to will be able to bring your relationship to the next level and make marriage possible and imminent.

 

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