Monday, October 1, 2012

Mantra to control snakes

This is an ancient mantra to hypnotize, immobilize, subdue and control snakes. This mantra has to be chanted 21,000 times on the night of the auspicious Indian festival of Diwali. This Sadhana has to be conducted in an unpopulated and lonely place where there in no disturbance of any kind. The completion of the Sadhana successfully is said to bestow Siddhi [mastery] over this secret knowledge.

To use it take 7 small lumps of mud and chant the mantra 21 times and then throw those lumps of mud in the place where the snake is sitting. This will immobilize the snake and bring it under your spell.

This mantra is also known as the Sarp Stambhan Mantra or the Mantra to Immobilize Snakes in Hindi. You will be interested in knowing that Takshaka is the serpent king who killed King Parikshit; the grandson of Arjuna and the descendant of the Pandavas. Takshak Kul means the dynasty of Takshaka; the Naga or Serpent King.

Indian Occult Spell to control snakes
Mantra to control snakes

Disclaimer – Only given for educational and information purposes and not to induce anyone to use this method.



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