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Have you ever been in a situation where you thought your lover was going to leave you? Maybe they were talking about moving away, or you found out they were talking to someone else. Whatever the case may be, it can be a really tough situation to deal with. One way that some people try to deal with this is by doing something called “voodoo.” Voodoo is a type of magic that is often used for harm or revenge. So, if you’re thinking about doing some voodoo to keep your lover from leaving, think again. Not only is it morally wrong, but it could also backfire and make things even worse.

What is voodoo?

Voodoo is a type of folk magic that originated in the African diaspora in the Caribbean and Louisiana. It is often associated with sorcery, black magic, and Hexing. Voodoo practitioners use dolls, amulets, and other magical objects to cast spells or perform rituals.

Voodoo has been practice for centuries, but it has become more popular in recent years due to its association with Hollywood films and TV shows. Many people believe that voodoo is a dangerous form of magic, but this is not true. Voodoo is a neutral form of magic that can be used for good or evil depending on the practitioner’s intent.

The history of voodoo

Voodoo is an Afro-Caribbean religion that originated in Haiti. It is based on a mix of African, Catholic, and Native American beliefs and practices. Voodoo has been practiced in the Caribbean for centuries and has only recently become known to the outside world.

Voodoo beliefs center around the idea that there is one God who is creator of all things. This God is known as Bondye, and is largely uninvolved in the day-to-day lives of humans. Instead, it is the job of the loa, or spirits, to act as intermediaries between Bondye and humans. The loa are divided into two groups: the Petro loa, who are dark and aggressive, and the Rada loa, who are light and benevolent.

humans must serve the loa in order to receive their protection and assistance. This can be done through offering sacrifices, participating in ceremonies, or wearing special amulets or talismans. Voodoo practitioners believe that they can control the behavior of others by using dolls or other effigies to represent them. They may also use spells or charms to hex or curse someone.

The history of voodoo is closely intertwined with the history of Haiti. Voodoo likely arrived in Haiti with slaves from Africa who brought their own religious beliefs with them. Over time, these African beliefs began to mix with those of the Catholic church and Native Americans living in Haiti. 

How to perform a voodoo spell to stop your lover from leaving

If you’re feeling helpless and hopeless because your lover is leaving, don’t despair – there is still hope! With the help of voodoo, you can perform a spell to stop your lover from leaving. Here’s what you need to do:

1. First, you need to find a photo of your lover. If you don’t have one, any photo that represents them will do.

2. Next, get a black candle and some black thread.

3. Tie the black thread around the photo tightly, making sure that the person’s face is covered completely.

4. Now light the candle and drip some wax onto the photo/thread. As you do so, say these words: “I bind you to me with love, never to leave me.” Repeat this three times.

5. Finally, extinguish the candle and bury the photo (with the thread still attached) in a secret place – somewhere they’ll never find it. Your spell is now complete!

What to expect after performing the spell

When you have performed the spell, you can expect your lover to start thinking about you more often. They may even dream about you. If the spell is done correctly, your lover will become more attached to you and less likely to want to leave.


If you’re considering using voodoo to stop your lover from leaving, it’s important to understand both the risks and the rewards. On one hand, voodoo can be a very powerful tool for binding someone to you. However, on the other hand, if used improperly, it can have very negative consequences. As with anything else, use caution and consult with a professional before proceeding.

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