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Vashikaran Without Mantra Using Tulsi Leaves

In this post, I have explained the procedure of making and using a simple Vashikaran Yantra using the juice of the leaves of the Tulsi Plant in order to cast an enchantment spell on any man or woman and make that person respond to the romantic overtures of the practitioner and become attracted toward the practitioner.

The Tulsi Plant and its leaves have always had a special place in the Hindu Religion and it is considered most auspicious to have a Tulsi Plant in your house because it is considered to attract very strong positive vibrations.

This sacred plant is considered most dear to most Hindu Deities. Over the past many years, this site has published several articles on the use of Tulsi in many Paranormal and Traditional Indian Herbal and Healing Remedies.

However, the use of this plant in the Vashikaran of a desired man or woman is described for the first time.

The Vidhi of this Bina Mantra Ka Vashikaran Prayog is given below.

1] The practitioner has to obtain some Tulsi Leaves and extract the juice of the leaves by adding a little bit of water.

2] Then, the practitioner has to draw the simple Vashikaran Yantra show in the image of a small square sized piece of white-colored cloth using the Tulsi Leaves Juice.

Tulsi Ke Ras Se Vashikaran

A small pointed wooden stick should be used as a pen.

3] This Vashikaran Yantra should be placed on a wooden board and worshipped by taking the name of the desired man or woman and then lighting Dhoop and Diya before the Yantra.

4] The Vashikaran Yantra should be worshipped in the same manner for 7 days.

5] As per the Vashikaran Tantra, the desired person becomes attracted to the practitioner within 7 days.

After 7 days the Vashikaran Yantra can be kept in some clean place in the house of the practitioner. This Vashikaran Yantra Experiment can be started on any day.

Notes- The practitioner should be realistic in his expectations and the targeted man or woman should be known to the practitioner because casting such Voodoo Attraction Spells on unknown persons will have no effect.

Success will depend upon the intensity and will power with which the practitioner worships the Tulsi Vashikaran Yantra. There has to be single-minded intensity to succeed in the Vashikaran Experiment because people having dual mid-sets will find it difficult to get the desired results.

You can also see the various sections on Vashikaran and other Attraction Spells for more options.

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