The Way of the Shadows collection includes formulas for indirect and unnoticed movements and disruptions: Infiltration, Domination, Disruption and Obfuscation.
These formulas are intended to be used on their own or used to give an edge to formulas you combine them with: Domination boosts Powerful Presence formulas, Infiltration and Disruption augment Dark Arts workings brilliantly, and Obfuscation is useful whenever you want spiritual work to go undetected.
In this Collection:
The most outright dominating formula in any of the collections, this one showcases Vencedor, Vence Batalla and Yo Puedo Mas Que Tu to give you the upper hand in any contest of wills, from the spiritual to the professional. This blend works well to secure advantage and victory over adversaries and situations.
Blended from animal and botanical allies, including Coyote teeth, dried Chameleon and Yo Puedo Mas Que Tu, this blend is for slipping past defenses, blending in, and passing unnoticed. Useful for passing through scrutiny, and effective to give spiritual work an "armor piercing" quality that helps it penetrate spiritual defenses.
For anonymity and deception, working primarily with Coyote and Tobacco, this is a powerful blend, meant to wrap you and your work in an envelope of confusion to allow you to go unrecognized. Excellent for acts - whether of malice or kindness - where you would rather stay anonymous.
For timed and targeted jinxing, tricking and throwing off your target. This blend can be used like a "jab" - to distance a target to buy yourself time and space, or to distract them as you set up a more powerful attack. This one is not intended do cause great harm or significant trouble, but to trip up your opponent, lead them to make errors, and generally distract them.
About the Conjure Collections:
Created for everyone from the absolute beginner to the experienced professional, I present 6 collections of formulas to be used with the included rituals, or however you are guided.
Each collection focuses on a different domain of spiritual effort, and each formula can be used independently, with others from it's collection, or with formulas from other collections.
The collections can be seen as palettes of formulas - working together, there are thousands of possible combinations for virtually every situation.
Each collection is limited to 21 hand-numbered boxes.