When you want to cause Generalised mayhem, Misery and destruction in your target’s life, Black Arts Oil is the product for you.
Black Arts Oil is a popular product for cursing, hexing and jinxing, within hoodoo practice, and beyond. As a non wiccan, I’m fully down with these types of magick. I absolutely respect those who follow the rede ‘And It Harm None, Do What Thou Wilt,’ however, it doesn’t work for me. This is the beauty of witchcraft in modern society – there’s room for everyone.
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I like black arts oil because of its versatility. So many of my products are incredibly specific in terms of what they can achieve eg ‘Bend Over And Pay Your Debt,’ whereas the black arts formula is great for generalised malevolent magick.
Black arts oil can also be used in pact rituals and daemonology. I don’t claim to be an expert in this area, and would recommend you think very carefully and take full precautions to protect yourself and your space before summoning any entities. Anyway, I’m not here to lecture, merely to inform. Your business, as they say, is your business.
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Black Arts Oil Ingredients
- Grave (yard) Dirt
- Brimstone (sulphur powder)
- Black Pepper
- Spanish Moss
- Patchouli Oil
- Pine Oil
- Peppermint Oil
- Black Dog Hair
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There are many different recipes available for black arts oil. My formula is based on a basic crossing oil which is ramped up with the addition of herbs such as vervain, which is known to be beneficial for magick involving daemons and also for cursing.
Black Arts Oil Substitutions
As with any magickal preparation, making it your own will add to the strength, provided you do it in the right way. I have a fully stocked apothecary and so am able to stick to the original formula, but you may prefer not to have to hunt down herbs from far and wide. As a general rule of thumb, your substitution must bear a striking similarity to the original component, and as such, will not alter the formula.
How do you make Black Arts Oil? Have you got a different formula? Perhaps you have a kick ass ingredient you want to share. Drop me a comment below.