Sunday, March 15, 2009

Money Magic: Green Fixed Rice

Hello my fellow spiritualists,
Well today I would like to share with you how to make your own lucky green fixed rice. If you were to purchase this stuff in a botanica or spiritual store you are going to get your eyes poked with the high cost of this stuff. OUCH! Actually, for whatever reason many botenicas don't even carry it.

Green fixed rice is used to attract luck, money, prosperity, business success, to draw in customers, to increase sales, and to bring good luck in all areas. Who couldn't use a bit of extra luck anyway? This stuff is great! I give it out to my clients all the time and they always give me terrific feedback about it and always want more.

For Use in the Home
With the front door closed stand outside and throw a small handful of rice at the door to attract good luck, money and prosperity. You can also put some of the rice in your wallet or purse to attract money. If you want good news or if you are expecting money through the mail place some in your mailbox. Put some rice on the telephone receiver to bring good news. Sprinkle some under door mats or place some of the rice in an open container near the front door.

For Use in the Business
Take a small handful of the rice and throw it on the roof business to attract customers who are willing to spend their money with you. You can also place some under door mats at the main entrance. Place some rice in places where money is kept like the safe, the cash register and inside money bags. You can also place some rice in an open container near the main entrance. Place some on the telephone to bring profitable business calls or scatter it in your parking lot.

You must say a short prayer over the rice to awaken its power. Recite the following prayer......

By the power of the Holy Spirit, I call upon the forces of the elements to awaken the positive energies of this substance before me. Amen.

Next Say 1 Our Father.....

Our Father, Who art in heaven
Hallowed be Thy Name;
Thy kingdom come,
Thy will be done,
On earth as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread,
And forgive us our trespasses,
As we forgive those who trespass against us;
And lead us not into temptation,
But deliver us from evil. Amen.

When you’re finished, make the sign of the cross over the rice and it’s ready for use.

Each time you use the rice say “In Jesus name bring me good luck” or “In Jesus name bring in customers” You can say whatever it is you need but make the request as short and to the point as possible. If there is any leftover rice it should be renewed with the above prayer every first Friday of the month.

How to Make the Rice
To make a small amount of green fixed rice place 1 cup of regular white rice in a glass jar. Add 5 tablespoons of rubbing alcohol to the jar and 1 tablespoon Holy Water and squirt in some green feed coloring. Place the lid on the jar and shake it up to distribute the color. If you want more of a green tint, just add more food coloring.

Once all the rice it green, pour it all out onto several layers of paper towels. Spread it out and allow it to dry. Since you used rubbing alcohol the drying process won’t take long since alcohol evaporates quickly.

5 comments:

Lisa said...

this is great- thank you xx

Elias said...

Concha,

Thank you for passing on this information. This is great info and I'm going to put some together today.

Elias

Elias said...

Just in time for St. Patrick's Day. I made some and it was actually very easy. Thanks!

SunTiger said...

I totally love this entry. I am seriously going to try your green rice recipe and I "KNOW" intuitively it will work (except I won't be calling on that Chauvenist God you mention. He has never done squat for me -- the Goddesses, however, THEY LISTEN and intervene -- so I'll be calling upon them for return favor).

Richest blessings luv.
Thank you for sharing your wealth of knowledge.

~ SunTiger

Jessie said...

now, now, whatever we call our divinity within and without by, the truth is, all unites into one, past duality and past themes or names.

lovelovelove