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Indian Occult Talisman to Ward Off Demons and Vampires

This article describes two simple but powerful Indian Occult Talismans for the removal of the fear of demons, vampires, ghosts, and spirits. These are proven time-tested Yantras consisting of Nine Numbers that have the capability of banishing the dread of frightening beings from the mind of the user.

The manner of making and using both the Yantras is similar and the process described below can be followed for creating the Protective Talisman, which will act as the most powerful spells to ward off demons, vampires, spirits, and other evil creatures.

The spell-caster can select one of the two Yantras and make and use it. But, remember that both the Yantras should not be put inside the same amulet because there will be a conflict of vibrations. Hence, only one Yantra can be used.

The Method:
The Yantras should be written on white paper with black ink and incense and an oil lamp should be lit in front of them the spell-caster should pray to his most-liked or dear God or Goddess and then fold them and put them inside an amulet and wear it around his neck as a protective talisman.

First Yantra for Protection:
Indian Yantra to ward off demons

Second Protection Yantra:
:Hindu Fear Removal Spell

Disclaimer: All the contents of this article are based on authentic Hindu Scriptures on the Science of Yantra Making and this site has written about them only to share knowledge about Hindu Supernatural and Occult Practices.


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