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Vashikaran Yantras to Immediately Control Men or Women

In this article, I have described the amazing technique of making two Powerful Vashikaran-Mohini Yantras to immediately control any man or woman and make them come running whenever you think of them.

Powerful Vashikaran Yantra to Immediately control women: With this mystical charm the enchanter can easily control any woman whose love he seeks and make her come to him on her own and reciprocate his overtures of love and affection. This magical charm can even be used by the enchanter to bewitch and allure his wife or lover.

The Vashikaran Yantra, shown in the image below should be drawn on a small piece of cloth that has been worn by the desired beloved with any kind of ink pen or marker on the night of a Friday. Then, the cloth should be rolled like a wick and put into a small Diya or Oi Lamp filled with perfumed oil and lit.
Vashikaran Yantras to Allure Women

The wick should be positioned in the direction of the house of the desired beloved to bewitch her and make her come to the enchanter on her own and express her love.

Powerful Vashikaran Yantra to control men or women: With this mystical charm the enchanter or enchantress can control any desired man or woman or their lovers or spouses and make them come running whenever he or she thinks about them and respond positively to their overtures of love and affection. 

The enchanter or enchantress should first give a fixed amount of money according to their means as charity to any deserving poor and needy person for 40 days. Then, after 40 days, he or she should draw the Vashikaran Yantra shown in the image on white paper with Zafran or Saffron ink and keep it with themselves.

Vashikaran Yantras to Captivate Men or Women

Whenever, he or she thinks about the desired beloved, lover, or spouse, that person will become completely spellbound and fascinated and come running to the enchanter or enchantress and respond to their love and affection.

Caution: These are potent mystical charms and they should never be used for fun or wrong motives to allure any man or woman against their free will.


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