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What is hotfooting?

A hotfoot is a type of spell. It's an active spell made out of a transferable powder, usually salt, flour, cornmeal, cyanne pepper, chaulk, or gopher dust. The powder is shread out on the ground, over a path, where someone would walk across it. The powder being laid out in such a way as to be impossible to not step on it. The powder transfers or sticks to the shoe or sock or foot of the person and leaves with them. They track the powder back to their home. Thus the term "hotfoot".

A hotfoot is a type of protection spell, which does not stop or prevent tresspassers from entering your land. Instead, it allows them to enter you land, pick up the dust on their feet and track it back to their home, workplace, car, etc. Every place the person goes, the dust falls from their feet and leaves a trail. Thus a speck of salt is left in their car, a grain of pepper left in their workplace, a fluff of flour falls to the carpet of their bedroom. Everywhere they go they leave traces of the powder.

What is the result? Next to a mirror box wanga, hotfooting is one of the most powerful spells you can cast. You do not need to know the name or birthdate or anything of the person. You don't even ever have to see them enter your yard. You cast the spell on the powder as you mix it, then you cover your driveway and paths and walkways with it. Because it blends in with the dirt, no one knows it is there. The result is anyone who walks in it, takes the spell with them when they leave you land. 

Every place that person walked while the dust was on their shoes, they leave the curse in that location. The curse does not take effect immediately. Over time the curse gains power. After 30 days, the person who was hotfooted with start to feel strange, as though a "presence" is following them.


Because I protected my land with gopher dust aka graveyard dirt, and the spirits of the dead, have attached themselves to your feet, via the dust on your shoes. They will attack themselves to your home and workplace. Ghosts, polter spirits. They will haunt you and torment your mind. You will go mad with guilt and fear. 

The only way to remove the hotfooted ghost that now haunts you, is to undo, whatever damage it is, that you did, when you trespassed. If you stole something, you must return it. If you broke something, you must replace it, etc, and so on, otherwise, the spirit will continue to attach itself to your soul deeper and deeper and you will lose your job, your family, pretty much everything, starting with your having the same things you did to others, happening to you. 

Because of the nature of hot-footing, this service can ONLY be done in person (beware of rootworkers who claim they can do it by proxy!) Hot footing REQUIRES the person hot footed, to physically walk over the powder on your yard, driveway, doorstep, rug, etc.

PRICE: varies, depending on how far I have to drive to reach the location you want hot-footed, the current cost of gas, and the current cost of materials used to make the spell; generally this spell is in the $100 - $200 range

AVAILABILITY: Due to a back, hip, and knee injury that has limited my ability to walk, as of November 2013, this service and any other service requiring travel, is currently unavailable, until further notice.

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