Prosperity-drawing, money attraction talisman that brings cash and financial opportunities your way…
Old Thruppenny Bit (British coin) on a ball-chain you can wear around your neck to reinforce money attraction properties.
It’s a money talisman you can wear to draw money to you. Way it works, I regularly visit old curio and antiques shops. I look around for stuff that “speaks” to me as being object of power. A lot of the time I scan around for old British “Thruppenny Bits” on account of them having the reputation for being lucky when it comes to drawing money.
So this money talisman involves me fixing up an old Thruppenny Bit, along with a conjure stave, carved with sigils, which enhances its money attraction properties.
I take these items to a graveyard (varies which one, depends where I’m at), call upon the spirits to bestow their numinous energies into the items, turning them into living, breathing servitors working 24/7 to draw money.
Once this is done, you gotta helluva powerful money talisman.
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￡30 GBP | ＄40 USD (Plus postage & packing for faster, secure and trackable delivery)
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If you are in Britain or Europe, you will receive your package within two working days of the ritual being performed. If you’re in the US, it takes seven to ten working days, likewise for the rest of the world.
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