The arcane sorcery of The Three Lucky Men is a powerful charm for luck. If you luck has deserted you, The Three Lucky Men will bring it running back. If you gamble, they will be your mascot, encouraging Lady Luck to smile upon you. If things just aren’t going right for you, be it in love, money or life in general, The Three Lucky Men will balance the strands of fate, bringing good fortune to you.
A good question. Voodoo money spells will bring you the edge. There’s no doubt about that. But there is one proviso: In my own personal experience, going back many years, I’ve found you have to give it time to get results. Back in the 1990s, I performed a lot of voodoo money spells and it definitely paid off in the long run.
The video below is Nicklaus Lee talking about his first book The Adventures of Jon Paul Chavalier. He wasn’t a writer, but he had a dream with the whole story outlined… so he got down and wrote the whole book. And amazingly, with no prior experience, he turned out to be a great writer. The cover blurb about this unique and magickal story is below the video.
It could be down to bad luck, a run of events that has led to you not having any money, and not gaining the success in life that you deserve. Or it could be down to something more sinister – such as evil spirits. An evil spirit, or even a group of these malicious critters, given the right circumstances, can invade your soul matrix. Their talons getting a bony, harsh grip upon the spirals of your body/mind energy system.
A guy who I’ll call Killa Dawg, an upcoming rap star, was pushing hard to break his act into the big time. He was a good rhymer and he’d got a distinctive grime sound. Problem was, his ex girlfriend had it in for him, and really did not want to see him become famous.
When one deal after another fell through Killa Dawg began to think something was wrong.
“I think she’s put bad voodoo on me,” he told me. “I know she got connections in the occult field, and I know she’ll do anything to bring me down.”
Back in the 1980s when I was young I was a jobbing guitar player. And this was how I met my voodoo mentor, the root doctor and blues singer Earl Marlowe. I used to back him on live dates, and we also used to busk on street corners and on boats on the River Thames.
As you might guess, I was broke as hell in those days!
I was living in Tottenham, North London, and I would be continually making deals with the electric and phone companies to pay in instalments – not to mention the rent on my place.
OK, that was a fast and remarkable result. But they do happen.
Before Susie ordered her voodoo lover back spell, she was at her wits’ end. Her live-in partner Jason had stormed out after a big row. He had serious commitment issues. He’d been unsure about moving into a place with Susie, but did it, anyway. He said he loved her and couldn’t imagine being without her. But didn’t want to commit. He wanted to live with her, but to keep it casual, and have his freedom.