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Although this article is based on canonical information, the actual name of this subject is conjectural.
This ritual purifies a house to clear out malevolent entities like poltergeists.
This ritual required several ingredients like Angelica root, Van Van oil, and crossroad dirt, among other things. They are then mixed together and placed in small containers very similar in appearance to hex bags. Once there are several small containers of the ingredients, they are then placed inside the north, south, east and west walls on each floors of the house.
It is notable that spirits are aware of this ritual and would try to prevent its completion by attacking those who are performing the ritual.
- Although Missouri claimed that this would purge the house of poltergeists, the ritual only stopped spirit activity for a short time.
- Missouri also claimed that the ingredients had to be placed on all four walls on each floor of the house, yet they appeared to plant only three separate containers.