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If you are in a bad financial situation, skeptical about whether or not Obeah can work for you, or just need someone at a priestly level looking out for you, then use this form to get added to my altar.  It is free of charge, and I don’t spam people.  This is just a service to the spiritual community.

Getting added to my altar means that your name and photo will be added to the community section of my real life altar.  If you have any specific concerns, those will be brought to the Spirits on the appropriate days of the week every week.  For example, if you, like many, are having financial problems at the moment, then every Saturday when I do offerings to Oshun, I will bring up your name and ask that she bless you with prosperity.  If you are a soldier in combat or have family that is so, or you work in a dangerous profession, then I would bring your name up on Mondays during the offerings to Eshu.

If you feel at some point you would like to donate, you are free to do so.  When you do, please tell me if there is a specific Orisha or Spirit you would like an offering made to on your behalf.  If you do, you will be sent a nkisi pendant made partly from the ashes or remnants of your offering.

Get added to Sheloya's community altar.

If you submitted this form between August 1,2015 and December 2,2017, please fill out the form again and let me know how you are doing. I recently lost all of my emails due to a computer malfunction, and the most recent backup that would work was 2 years old.

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From time to time we send out random prizes or special items to my altar people. Please provide a mailing address so that community goodies can be sent to you.

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  3. I have lost so much and now willing to try this service as I have read so much good things happining from it

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