Bluestone was once used for Gambler's Luck, Success, Cleansing, Protection, Driving Away Evil Spirits and some claim it even it very adept at drawing LOVE and giving you peaceful dreams. However, Bluestone (copper sulphate/ blue copperas/ blue vitriol) is HIGHLY toxic and therefore HooDoo root workers started using either Mexican Anil Balls (what I am offering here) or French Blueing Squares. 
 

 Typically they were placed in the laundry, bath or floor wash to help cleanse and banish negativity.  You can place one of these balls in a bowl of sea salt water to sprinkle around your home for added protection or to place in the hearth of the home to help cleanse and purify of negative energies. These blue balls (feel free to crack jokes here) are not only great for magical workings but they whiten laundry and are safe for bathing! It is a matter of whether it works or not and these blue balls are practically exploding with good mojo!

 

I would place these on your altar or in a mojo bag. Gamblers also consider them a lucky amulet carrying them in a satchel with other lucky charms such as pyrite, lodestones, Mercury dimes and or alum.

 

you will receive 3 Magical Balls 

 

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*Gamblers also consider them a lucky amulet carrying them in a satchel with other lucky charms such as pyrite, lodestones, Mercury dimes and or alum.

Hoodoo Anil Balls, Mexican Blueing Balls for Gambler's Luck, Cleansing, Success

$3.33Price

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