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wishing yantra for wishes
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A Wishing Yantra Spell

Ancient Sanskrit Magic and Spells from India & Hinduism: A Wishing Spell from India! Here I am going to give you a spell to make any wish come true. This can be for money, health or any beneficial objective. Do not use the Yantra to harm others, and do not use this Yantra to get rid… Keep Reading

Snake Magic and the Hindu Naga Kings
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Snake Magic and the Hindu Naga Kings

Maybe one of the most mesmerising beings of nature for the human mind is the snake. From the ancient times until nowadays they seduce and terrify the humans and have become symbols of great good and great evil, Gods and Demons. Snake Magic & the Naga In Hinduism there are two great divine snakes (naga),… Keep Reading

Litha Talisman to store the Sun
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Litha Talisman to store the Sun

In magic there are several talismans that are used to store the energy of an element, a planet or other powers, so that they can be summoned up when those powers are weak or absent. In all these cases the pattern is similar. We use an object that is capable to store the energy and… Keep Reading

Creatures of Light and Dark : Strix and Shtriga, Two entities, one beast.
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Creatures of Light and Dark : Strix and Shtriga, Two entities, one beast.

There is a vampiric monster, common to many nations, known with almost the same (phonetically) name. In Greek is Strigla (Στρίγγλα, plural Strigles), in Albanian is Shtriga (plural Shtrigat), and in Latin is Strix (plural Striges). In addition in all these names the monster has almost the same properties. While one would assume that this… Keep Reading

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Midsummer / Litha Spells : Glorify your Life

Midsummer Spells  Glorify your Life (Or Midwinter Spells : Start Anew) On 21st of June (June 21 2015, 16:38 Universal Time) the Sun will enter the sign of Cancer signifying the Summer Solstice (a.k.a. Midsummer, Litha etc). The Sun will be in his full glory, we will celebrate the longest day of the year. If you… Keep Reading

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