How to prepare the simple Gharelu Upay or homemade Kala Jadu-Tona, Buri Nazar, Upri Hawa, Buri Bala, Aghori Mantra-Yantra-Tantra Prayoga repulsing Talisman.
On stick of Haldi [Turmeric]
One Supari [Betel Nut]
A fistful of Whole unbroken Rice Grains
Five Black Colored Nails [the type of Nails, which are used to fix the soles of Chappals [Indian Leather Sandals or Shoes]
One Bibva Nut, which is also known as the Bhilwa or Semecarpus anacardium. This is a plant part, which is used in Indian Paranormal Experiments and Ayurveda and is easily available in the market.
The items mentioned above have to be wrapped inside a white colored piece of cloth to prepare a small roundish bundle. This cloth bundle should be tied on any side of the upper frame of the main door or entrance of the house or flat.
The example of a simple black magic repulsing talisman given in this post is said to contain items, which are as per the Tantra Shasta said to oppose black magic spells. This is only a sample homemade Kala Jadu-Tona repulsing talisman; there are a lot of variations of such talismans depending upon the local traditions and customs.
There is no specific for of worship or Puja- or Mantra -Vidhi prescribed for the actual use of these homemade voodoo occult spells reversing talismans. There is also no prescribe date for preparing and using the talisman, but a lot of people prefer the days of Amavasya or New or No Moon to actually tie these bundle outside their homes.