Use the 23rd Psalm to influence your boss
You know de boss’s name. All right. Call ‘im soon in de mawin’ befo’ de sun’s risin’. Understan’ me, don’t have anything else on yore mind. Have yo’ a secrut prayer to God befo’ de sun rise. Git on yore knees an’ pray David’s prayer, “De Lord is mah shepherd an’ ah shall not want.”
Ah’ll guarantee dat yo’ll go out an’ git it. “De Lord is mah shepherd an’ ah shall not want.” Yo’ know how to read de 23rd Psalms of David?
An’ in readin’ dat den [demonstrates].
(Fold your hands up over your head.)
Uh-huh. Dat means, “My Lord, My God, has thou forsaken me?” Call His (sic) name three times jest fo’ three mornin’s. Handle ‘im jest like yo’ kin dis hat chere [my hat on the tale – (The boss for the job?) Yes sir.
This working also comes from Hyatt and is from an informant named Dr. Stone from Waycross, GA.
For three consecutive mornings, rise before sunrise.
With your mind focused in prayer, clasp your hands together over your head and pray the 23rd Psalm.
Then call the name of the person who is the boss at work three times.
You will then be able to handle that boss, and they will comply with your wishes.
I have used this once and my boss gave me a raise shortly thereafter. If you know who is the boss and trying to get a job, you can use this, but you can also influence the boss at the job you already have to help things.