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Protection Bag 2022

Protection Bag 2022


Common Elements Of Mojo Bags

These elements are seen in nearly every description of or set of instructions to make mojo bags.

The bags themselves are usually small, and red is the standard color.

They are filled with items, often natural, that correspond to the purpose of your bag.

Mojo bags can have a variety of purposes from luck and wealth drawing, to love or protection. If you can do a spell for it, you can probably make a mojo bag for it!

They are a personal item to be kept to yourself and carried with you. The degree to which these are followed do vary but there is usually some element of privacy.

Mojo bags become a living spirit. You breath life and energy into them. You need to charge and regularly feed them because of this.

They can serve as a talisman (used for attraction), amulet (used for protection/to keep things away), or even both at the same time.


Things That Vary

While many things are common across the board, there are just as many, if not more, aspects of mojo bags that vary.

This seems to be because of the branches of Hoodoo along with differences in family traditions that are passed down.

The first of these is the type of pouch that is used. The most common fabric is definitely red flannel. But there are two main ways of constructing the pouch. The first is to sew one, usually by hand to add personal power. The other is to use a square of fabric that will close by bringing the corners up, twisting, and tying

How the bags are tied is another discrepancy among sources. Some people use red cord, some use twine, others use ribbon. Some people just tie off their drawstring bag, others wrap their cord around and tie three knots as they go, others don’t think it’s a good idea to tie any knots at all.

Perhaps the most widely debated aspect of a mojo bag is the idea that it should not be touched or even seen by anyone but you. The people who follow this idea believe letting other people see and/or touch the bag will reduce its power, make it completely ineffective, or even “kill” it.

Some people believe this comes from a time when there was competition between conjure folk. They would make and sell mojo bags and other items and want to keep ingredients and recipes secret. They told their clients to never show show or open their bags so they couldn’t be copied or traced back to them.


Comes with a oil as well to feed the bag once a month 


No Refunds are Returns 

This bag is per child 


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