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Powerful Vashikaran Yantras to Entrance Anyone

In this article are described Powerful Mohini-Akarshan Yantra Spells to immediately bewitch and captivate any man or woman by appearing pleasing, charismatic and entrancing to that person. These Magical Mohini Yantras can be used by both ladies and gents to get their desired lover.

These Mohini Vashikaran Spells are simple and easy to implement on any subject provided the enchanter and the subject are known to each other and there has been some interaction between them in the past. The Yantras will not give the same results if they are used to bind strangers or unknown people under a Mohini Bandhan.

1] Mohini Vashikaran Yantra Using Cow Milk:
This simple Magical Mohini Vashikaran Yantra uses Un-boiled Milk as the ink and any kind of small pointed instrument as the pen. The Mohini Yantra should be energized by lighting incense and Ghee Diya before it and worshiping the Yantra Devta. It should be written on Bhojpatra or White Paper and kept on the body of the enchanter.

Vashikaran with milk

The Mohini Spell will be deemed to be implemented when the enchanter goes to any wished-for man or woman and starts speaking to him or her.

2] Mohini Vashikaran Yantra Using Eating Paan: This Magical Mohini Yantra should be written on a Eating Paan, which is a Betel Leaf preparation that is very popular in India.

It can be written with any kind of edible ink and after energizing it like the First Mohini Yantra given to the pined-for man or woman to eat to put that person under the Mohini Vashikaran Bandhan.

Mohini Yantra Using Eating Paan


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