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Magic Yantra to Bring Back Separated Lover

A Magical Yantra Prayog to bring back a separated lover, family member or a husband or wife who has left the practitioner and gone to an unknown place, another city or country or is missing has been described in this post.

There are two different methods of casting this Voodoo Spell to bring back the separated or missing person. Both these methods are described below, both of them give the same result and the practitioner can use any one of these two methods.

First Method of Casting the Spell
1] The Yantra shown in the image below should be drawn on a white piece of paper with some dust / mud picked up from the ground with a pointed wooden stick.

To do this a few drops of water should be added to the mud to make a paste.


2] Then, this Yantra should be stuck on a Neem Tree and the practitioner should beat the Yantra with his shoe, sandal or chappal, three time.

This should be done with full force and intensity, after which the practitioner should go back to his house.

Second Method of Casting the Spell
1] The same Yantra should be written on a leaf of a Bargad / Vat Vriksha Tree, which is called in the English language as the Banyan Tree.

2] The wet mud of a lake / pond / Talab Ki Mitti should be used as the ink and a pointed wooden stick as the pen.

3] This Yantra should be buried in the probable direction in which the missing person has gone. After this, the practitioner should go back to his house.

Notes- The Hindi language video of the same Yantra Prayog can be seen on our YouTube Channel - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9DzEzzP1y-k

This Yantra Prayog can be done on any day. There is no Puja-Vidhi of any kind involved for practicing this Yantra Prayog.

You can see similar Yantra / Mantra Experiments on Vashikaran in the sections on Attraction Mantra and Tantra, Vashikaran Yantras and Charms and Vashikaran Remedies

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  1. R/s please... Give me some dridarta nashak jantar or mantar which are strongly effective

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