Amulets for good luck and their applications
Black magic involves the use of herbs. Herbs are needed to make potions, mixtures and infusions. They are used to charge amulets and talismans, send people into a trance, perform astral projection, cast love and breakup spells, etc. Today I, spellcaster Maxim, will try to lift the veil of secrecy and let the uninitiated into the sacral mysteries of black magic.
Today we’ll talk about herbs and plants used in love magic. And in my next article, I, spellcaster Maxim, will tell you how to store and use them in love rituals.SWEETFLAG. Gives control over a person and is strong enough to keep your partner with you forever.
Question:I’m studying love magic and I’ve noticed many rituals require herbs. However, in my opinion, you don’t have to have herbs and can replace them with, for example, essential oils or candles. Am I right?
House plants are not only pleasing to the eye of their owners, but they can also help solve some of their problems. Geranium is a very sensitive plant that can perceive the feelings of each person living in the house.
Many herbs are unique talismans and amulets, meaning they have a magical power, can protect from negative energy and, like magnets, attract positive vibrations.
An extract from an interview:
Spell caster Maxim, how are herbs used in magic?
The magic of herbs is one of the oldest and most effective types of magic. It takes its powers from the nature itself, it’s good for your soul and body.
St. John’s wort is one of the most amazing herbs. It was praised by Galen, Dioscorides, Pliny, Paracelsus. Abu Ali Sina, a famous healer, who is also known as Avicenna, recommended drinking St. John’s wort decoction for 40 days to treat sciatica. It was widely used by ancient Egyptians and Ancient Greeks. In Russia, this herb was used by soothsayers. It was considered healing and magical. According to the old legends, St. John’s wort could protect from evil eye curses and hexes. To protect oneself from evil forces, one had to carry it with him everywhere.
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