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Taoist Spell Meaning

1.Getting Rich Talisman(发财符)👇 This Spell was drawn by Celestial Master Zhang Drawing: Black Tiger which is the God of Wealth's mount  (赵玄坛) Effect:Get a fortune in a short time Suitable for :gambling, win lottery   2.The God of Wealth Talisman(财神符)👇 This Spell was drawn by Celestial Master Zhang Drawing: the God of Wealth's  (赵玄坛)rides Black Tiger  Effect:Get long lasting wealth   3.Disaster Relief Talisman(百解消灾符)👇 This Spell was drawn by Celestial Master Zhang Effect:Eliminate all bad influences 4.Protective Talisman (平安符)👇 This Spell was drawn by Celestial Master Zhang Effect: Keep us safe 5.Five Thunderbolts Talisman(天师-五雷符)👇 This Spell was drawn by Celestial Master Zhang Effect:Powerful exorcise evil spirits 6.Ward Off Evil Talisman(天师-斩邪符)👇 This Spell was drawn by Celestial Master Zhang Drawing:Exorcist Sword Effect:Cut off evil 7.Turn Luck Talisman(天师-转运符)👇 This Spell was...

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Benefits Of Using Sandalwood Incense and Oils

Benefits of Using Sandalwood for Incense Sandalwood is a fragrant wood that comes from Australia and India. Unlike other fragrant woods, sandalwood can retain its fragrance for many years. In fact, it can last for several decades if it’s properly stored. It is a popular source of essential oil that has a bright and fresh smell. But aside from extracting essential oil from it, the wood itself can also be used. Sandalwood is popularly used in the present time as an incense. When you burn sandalwood, it will produce a very strong and pleasant aroma, which makes it an ideal wood for incense. Using it as an incense has just recently become popular all over the world, but did you...

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Sak Yant Tattoo Designs and Meanings

Sak Yant Hah Taew aka the Five Line Sak Yant The Sak Yant Hah Taew dates its origin back over 700 years to the ancient Kingdom of Lanna which is now known as Northern Thailand.  The Buddhist Monk credited with the design of the Hah Taew 5 Lines Sak Yant is Kruba Kam of Wat Ton Pin, a Buddhist Temple in Chiang Mai, which unfortunately no longer exists today. Kruba Kam designed the Hah Taew at around the time King Mengrai founded the city of Chiang Mai in 1296. Over the centuries, either by accident or design, the original 5 lines of script which were written in Khom, an ancient Khmer language, underwent several changes and in recent years, several...

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