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Stones magic - strength of the impact of a stone directly depends on its characteristics

  • Stones in black love magic - Spell Caster Maxim

    Question:

    Can any stone be used as an amulet in black magic rituals? Or should I look for some specific stones?
    (votes: 40, rating: 4.55)
  • Stones in white love magic - Spell Caster Maxim
    Stones in white love magic. Precious and semiprecious stones have always been known to possess magic properties and are often used in love magic. Today I, spellcaster Maxim, want to tell you
    (votes: 39, rating: 4.6)
  • WHICH STONES CAN ATTRACT MONEY - Spell Caster Maxim
    Which stones can attract money. Chrysoprase. It is light green (sometimes blue-green) and transparent. It is believed to be able to attract money and luck. If you’re going to a business
    (votes: 42, rating: 4.52)
  • Gemstone magic for love - Spell Caster Maxim
    Gemstone magic for love. Some gemstones can help people who want to attract love and keep it. In this article, you’ll find out which gemstones should be used to achieve this or that purpose
    (votes: 39, rating: 4.6)
  • Rituals with stones - Spell Caster Maxim
    Rituals with stones. Do you remember that fairytale where a stone showed a bogatyr which way to go? Our ancestors worshipped stones and considered them a symbol of eternal wisdom
    (votes: 38, rating: 4.61)
  • Stones magic - Spell Caster Maxim
    Stones magic. All minerals, including precious and semiprecious stones, have their energy field which coincides with the energy field of a person. Stones and crystals are healers
    (votes: 38, rating: 4.61)
  • GEMSTONE MAGIC EMERALD - Spell Caster Maxim
    Gemstome magic emerald. The word “emerald” is derived from Vulgar Latin: Esmaralda/Esmaraldus, a variant of Latin Smaragdus, which originated in Greek: σμάραγδος (smaragdos; “green gem”).
    (votes: 39, rating: 4.56)
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