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Author Topic: What can you throw on the ground to keep children and teenagers, adults away?  (Read 11861 times)
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« Reply #15: June 15, 2011, 12:15:47 am »

Male fox urine, sprinkled on the ground during a full moon, is a useful deterrent. Check your local hunting store. Some sell deer urine too, but that doesn't work very well as a deterrent.

Is there a difference in smell or energetic properties?
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« Reply #16: June 15, 2011, 02:37:11 am »

Is there a difference in smell or energetic properties?

Yes. The male fox urine is noxious and has a "keep away!" energy. Most deer urine sold in hunting stores is from a female in heat so it has more of a "come hither" attraction vibe.
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« Reply #17: June 15, 2011, 04:47:31 am »

I missed that you have 'catholic' in your religion field.

How about petition candles? If you turn to saints at all in your believes.
I know that in Hoodoo there is a great tradition to call on saints, burn candles and say prayers or psalms over it.

Maybe you can find something there for protection.

(You might want to check out luckymojo.com, they have loads of information on their page - and of course offer all the necessary supplies too.)
The only problem with foot track magic is making sure it only targets the intended victims.

if YOU know where you put down your marks then YOU can avoid crossing them,but what about innocents or the police should they come to investigate?
please if you do try using anything be sure you researched how to makesure it only effects the intended targets,like some way to specify that what your laying down only will effect those wishing small critters Ill will,or something.
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« Reply #18: June 15, 2011, 04:59:28 am »

The only problem with foot track magic is making sure it only targets the intended victims.

if YOU know where you put down your marks then YOU can avoid crossing them,but what about innocents or the police should they come to investigate?
please if you do try using anything be sure you researched how to makesure it only effects the intended targets,like some way to specify that what your laying down only will effect those wishing small critters Ill will,or something.

Good point however if you know hoodoo then the theory is that because you name the intended victim/s then stepping in a 'mess' will not affect anyone else such as the police or animals.
for example, you wish to get rid of a neighbor who is not a nice person, may be beating his wife. You lay the mess, naming him. then no matter if the wife or visitors walk through the mess they won't be affected.
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« Reply #19: June 15, 2011, 07:21:08 am »

I am wondering what liquid or product I can throw on the ground, pavement and in the woods to keep the children and teenagers, and adults away from the areas? They try to hurt cats and other animals as well as people that unfortunately walk by them..

I need peace of mind what to do about the situation short of calling the police..

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Hey Beth, have you had any luck with the situation?  I got to thinking about how I would deal with that specific problem, but hopefully you've had a good bit of luck resolving it Smiley  I saw you posted in the beginning of May, and a lot can happen in a month and a half.
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« Reply #20: June 15, 2011, 10:52:48 am »

Hey Beth, have you had any luck with the situation?  I got to thinking about how I would deal with that specific problem, but hopefully you've had a good bit of luck resolving it Smiley  I saw you posted in the beginning of May, and a lot can happen in a month and a half.

Correction:  She posted in the beginning of May 2010.  She hasn't been here since May 2, 2010.

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« Reply #21: June 15, 2011, 11:23:50 am »

Correction:  She posted in the beginning of May 2010.  She hasn't been here since May 2, 2010.

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OH that  just  kinda makes you go HUMMMMMmmmm I wonder what happened to her? Did they get her? Tie her  to a tree in the woods? The possibilities are endless!!!! Would be interesting to  know  thou it does seem kinda  strange the OP  posts asking for help and then  just disappears? 
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« Reply #22: June 15, 2011, 12:21:09 pm »

I am wondering what liquid or product I can throw on the ground, pavement and in the woods to keep the children and teenagers, and adults away from the areas? They try to hurt cats and other animals as well as people that unfortunately walk by them..

I need peace of mind what to do about the situation short of calling the police..

thank you Sad

I have found Jenkem to be highly effective.  But you need to reapply it fairly often.
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« Reply #23: June 15, 2011, 01:20:15 pm »

Correction:  She posted in the beginning of May 2010.  She hasn't been here since May 2, 2010.

*grumbles at the thread necromancy*

Hah, makes me glad I wasn't the the one to necrotize the thread then.  But I did get to thinking what I would do, and hoping all turned out right for her...
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