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Do the right thing and put it back, despite the advice of the ignorant amongst us.
originally posted by: Cuervo
a reply to: Arktos1
It's definitely a mojo bag of sorts. The purpose may never be known for sure since an exact uniform template for these are rarely practiced so the use normally requires the practitioner to decipher.
My guess, though... would be a charm to bring clarity and energy or perhaps a love back. It could be either because of the symbolism. There is the symbol for air with the eyes but sight is associated with fire, not air. Air is associated with smell. Both are for passion and clarity. Fire corresponds with the number five and there are five petals on each of the flowers (red). Red and yellow are the colors for fire and air, respectively. So we can definitely say it's centered around those two elements.
If it weren't placed where it was, I would have guessed it was used in somebody's pillow and filled with herbs. However, where it's placed, it could be a charms, a picture, hair, or any number of things inside (including herbs).
My advice would be to assess how his office has felt before this discovery and, if positive, leave it there; it's definitely there for the benefit of the space, in general. If he has complained about the vibes in there before the discovery, then he may want to bury it. If he does not feel comfortable doing that, just put an ad in Craigslist. I'm sure there is a friendly witch (or practitioner of craftworks) who would be willing to take care of it. Most likely for free but suggest a tip.
Honestly, though, I would advise leaving it. If nothing else, he has a cool story to tell people and it adds to the history of his business.
originally posted by: Glz00
Looks like a drawing of flowers on one side and a piramid with and eye in the bottom on the other.
Kinda childish drawings tho, do they look like that to anyone else?
Don't belive in Juju or witchcraft myself so i don't think it can do any harm to have a look
But then maybe i am wrong
There are more fools than wise men, and even in the wise man himself there is more folly than wisdom.
Sewn shut. I have not opened it yet, but it feels like paper (thick or folded), and it is not very pliable.