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How To Create A Money MoJo bag For fast Cash

Money bags for wealth

Money bags for wealth

Money Bag History

The money mojo bag, also known as a gris gris bag, pronounced (gree gree) has been used since the beginning of times. Egyptians would put pieces of copper, silver and gold along with herbs into a little bag. These totes would be worn around their waist to keep money energy flowing to them at all times. Egyptians also wore certain crystals to attract abundance and wealth as well. A money mojo bag, is a small bag filled with herbs, crystals, powders, oils, coins, bones, medals and so much more. Not one bag is actually made the same. The magick in these little bags are the money drawing ingredients and the intentions you put into them. Your thoughts, emotions, visuals and dreams. In the 1700's Gris Gris bags became very popular in New Orleans, Louisiana. You could get a gris gris bag for almost anything, health, love, happiness, but most importantly, and most popular, were the money gris gris bags. These little bags are still very popular and are carried daily inside of purses, book bags and brief cases. Some people even place them in the glove department of their vehicles. The bags are carried around daily to keep money energies drawn to their owner 24 hours a day. Today we will learn how to make a money mojo bag that will attract cash fast!

Ingredients You Will Need

Ingredients that go inside the bag.

Ingredients that go inside the bag.

Ingredients

Now, not every money mojo bag is made the same. Today I will share with you what I put into my money bags, that have attracted wealth for me, friends, family and customers. Our first ingredient is raw cinnamon sticks. If you don't have the raw sticks, you can just use the grounded cinnamon spice, that is found in most kitchen cabinets all around the world. Now, sprinkle it into the bag. Cinnamon is the number one money attractor and has been used in various different countries for the same priority and thats to attract wealth. Next, we have bay leaves. Bay leaf have a long history of warding off evil, protection and purification, to let money energies flow. Great to add to the bag to keep roads open and let wealth energies stream . Our third ingredient is Citrine crystal. Citrine is the number one wealth and abundance stone. Citrine is a fast money attractor, has been worn for centuries to pull those heavy money vibes in. Allspice is our 4th ingredient, allspice has been used to attract money, wealth, luck and to provide extra physical energy. The 5th ingredient we will be using is Rosemary. I use the dried herb in my money bags, rosemary is good for protection against negative money energies. Our 6th ingredient is a black crystal, my favorite is obsidian, another money protector, obsidian wards off negativity period.

Money oils

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Money Oil

Our next ingredient is going to be a money oil. Now you can buy this from a metaphysical or herbal type store or simply online. I choose to make my own and I will share the ingredients with you. Now, when making a money oil, you need a carrier oil that will be your base. I love using grape seed oil as my base oil, its a money attractor and very lite. You will fill a bottle or small glass container with lid, about 70 percent of your carrier oil of choice. If you don't have grape seed, jojoba oil is fine, also coconut oil, but it solidifies and often has to be warmed back up, which could be a pain if you needed the oil asap. Also olive oil is fine as well for a carrier oil. Next you will need several essential oils. Now with 100% essential oils you only need a few drops of each. I use 8 drops of each because 8 is a very powerful number for me. You will need cinnamon oil, patchouly oil, vetiver oil, and bergamot oil. If you don't have all these oils, you can use 2 or 3 of the essentials oils I listed to go into your carrier oil. The more essential oils combined the more powerful the money oil will be, so the more the merrier. once you have blended all the oils into your glass container, shake it up well so all the oils are blended. Smell the amazing aroma you just made. I love the smell of fresh money oil, and you will too, once you see what it can do for you. You can add a ripped up dollar bill to your mix, to add, actual money energy. You can also wear the money oil, place small amounts on your pulse points daily or before going to the casino, also rub into your hands before buying lotto tickets. This oil has multiple purposes, so if you make a good amount, you will have enough for your money mojo bag and everyday use.

Decorative bags to put money in

Decorative bags to put money in

Small oils jars for money oil

Small oils jars for money oil

Ingredients continued

Last but not least, you will need a small decorative bag, or just a simple sachet. it doesn't have to be anything fancy, but you will put the ingredients inside this bag. You will also need a very small glass bottles to transfer the money oil into, to fit inside the bag, preferably with a cork. Now that we have gathered all the ingredients, I like to burn a little white sage and cleanse all materials even the bag. Next I take the money oil and rub it on the cinnamon sticks. As I am rubbing the oil on the cinnamon sticks, I am visualizing what I want, placing my intentions inside the bag. This a very important step. Next, You want to place the rosemary, the citrine, the allspice and obsidian crystal into the bag. Next take your corked vile of money oil and place it inside the bag. Now, all ingredients are in the bag. If you want to add a written petition, you can, expressing in details, exactly what you want. Now, pull the strings on the bag, to close it. Say out loud what your intentions are. For example, "I want a new house", "I need a new car", "Bring me lots of money", etc. At the end of your sentence, say aloud, "so mote it be". The very last step, blow your breath onto the bag. This will give it life and make it come alive, to do all the magical things you want it to do. I carry my money bag in my purse daily, pulling positive money energy with no blocks or negativity into my life. Please enjoy!

Visual and Instructions

Money Bag Usage

Comments

Maureen on September 12, 2020:

How can i get a money bag

Audrey Hunt from Idyllwild Ca. on December 31, 2019:

I love this tutorial! The photos are gorgeous and what a wonderful idea a money bag is. Thank you so much.

White Feather on December 30, 2019:

can someone share their experience with the money bag and how it worked for them?

romina cameding on September 02, 2019:

hi!good morning!com

Eunice Wyllie on August 26, 2019:

Love this post and im definately going to try it out, I'll keep you posted.

Andy Shedrick on August 14, 2019:

this is awsome thank you for the recipe for the money mojo bag as soon as i get all the ingredients im making 1 or 2 to try and hopefully make things easier in life

Maluya Eliud on July 04, 2019:

Thanks so much for such wonderful information. Your wattsup no. Plz

Adelaida Black from Canada on January 10, 2019:

Thanks for your post! I'll try it!

January Moon (author) from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga on January 08, 2018:

@devikaprimic Yes you can use police oil as a base, yes .

Bernardita on January 08, 2018:

Your vídeos are beautiful do you use perfume with that oil ir does ir have to be seperate

Devika Primić from Dubrovnik, Croatia on November 19, 2017:

I like the idea of this bag all new to me. I see that you don't mention olive oil.

January Moon (author) from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga on November 09, 2017:

You will love the results!

January Moon (author) from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga on February 02, 2017:

@vocalcoach Yes, I made a bunch for Christmas and gave them away as gifts, everyone was much appreciative. I'm sure friends and family will love them❤️ Thank you

Audrey Hunt from Idyllwild Ca. on February 02, 2017:

I'm getting started on making my money bag today! I love your post. These bags would also make great gifts. Saving your recipe and sharing with friends and followers. Posting on pinterest and twitter.

January Moon (author) from NY, Now Living in Atlanta Ga on January 08, 2017:

@DreamON Thanks, they have been around for ages, I hope this was helpful to you :-)

DREAM ON on January 08, 2017:

I have never heard of a money bag.I found your hub interesting.