Saturday, April 24, 2010


Whats this on the worktable in front of my altar?

Why its a bunch of Gator Hands, fresh from the French Market in New Orleans!

Those of you who have been following me for a while know that this many gator claws in one spot can only mean one thing...


For those that don't know what the hell I am talking about here is the deal: Normally I make things or do work for people on a one-on-one basis. Everything is specialized. Every now and then though I make a batch of a particular type of talisman, amulet, or object. Right now, these claws are "cooking" along with several other ingredients. Eventually each claw will be fitted with a mojo bag (the claw is on the outside, sort of holding the bag) and charged with working Financial Magic for its eventual owner. I have received lots of great feedback and success stories from recipients of the these hands in the past.

HOW MANY? Only twelve this time. Sadly I didn't make it down to NOLA this Spring and asked a friend to grab me some. I left the number up to providence and he only brought back 12.

HOW MUCH? $35 a piece, same price as last time.

WHEN? Could take over a month to get out to you. I can't promise them any sooner than that.

If you want one, e-mail me at with a subject line that reads FINANCIAL HAND

I will send payment instructions.


The Scribbler said...

Ordered mine! Don't forget to say a quick spell when sending it to keep the Hungarian postal workers from steeling it! I was about the put a smiley after that sentence, but I mean it half seriously.

Gordon White said...

@Scribbler, It cracks me up that you think Hungarian customs officers are lazier than HMRC staff.

NOBODY is lazier than a British bureaucrat. :)

The Scribbler said...

By the way: do these things come with a user's manual? I mean, I don't imagine you just leave it on the table and let the ol' mazuma roll in.

Gordon said...

See now, Scribs, That's a good question.

Here's me wondering if there is some kind of tipping etiquette with magical products. (Because, in this case, there is a service included with the product. Tipping is not something I'm used to. It freaks me out whenever I am Stateside.)

I'm super-excited with my purchase. It will give us a chance to compare the speed, laziness and corruption of British customs officers versus Hungarian ones.

Actually, if Jason sends them both on the same day then it can also be a race!

Jason Miller, said...

I will definitely send them on the same day. No problem there.

Yes they come with instructions. They in in the same Italian/Latin/Greek/Spirittalk blend that the Hypnerotomachia is written in.