Egyptian Luck spells
Egyptian luck spells in ancient Egypt were cast only by priests who kept themselves ever clean and performed daily rituals in temples and ceremonies and other rituals. Ordinary people were not allowed to cast Egyptian luck spell because they were not considered clean and highly educated like the priests. However, as the sands of time rolled and people got more educated, new forms of Egyptian luck spells were formed in the modern paganism world. More and more people started practicing these spells and casting them for themselves, thus became considerably in demand. Still, it is believed that only shamans and witches should cast Egyptian luck spells to get the correct and desired result out of it.
Like other Egyptian spells, even Egyptian luck spells need to be cast only after performing specific rituals. Still, the rituals in these spells should indicate to the witch or priest, or shaman that the deity is pleased with the offerings made. This generally cannot be explained in words if you have not seen it with your own eyes. Still, such rituals are very rare to be spotted; hence, I will try to explain what happens and how the ritual is performed in simple words.
First, the witch or the shaman needs to understand the person's problem related to luck. Still, it can be luck with gambling, luck with earning money, luck in career, anything, so the specific nature of the problem needs to be appropriately revealed to the witch or shaman who would cast the spell. As per the nature of the problem, the idol of the deity is carved out of clay. An alter twice as big as the size of the idol is also made but of sand. The spell caster gathers some specific flowers like the tulip rose, fenugreek plant, and aroma herbs. All these items are then placed on the altar and covered with sandalwood incense granules and cinnamon woods. Then a fire is burnt in the alter so that everything is burnt to ashes.
It is believed and observed that as soon as the items turn to ashes, the sand made alter would fall. Still, if the alter covers the ashes completely, it is a sign that the deity is pleased. The spell can be cast if the altar's sand does not cover the ashes, either in part or in full. Then the whole ritual needs to be performed again on a different date and time since it means that the deity is not pleased with the offerings. Thus, the next time, more items are used as offerings, including food items, grains, and beer.
Once you see the signs that the deity is pleased, the spell is cast by the spell caster, and an amulet is made with the altar's sand and ashes. The amulet needs to be worn by the person for whom the spell has been cast. The magical words and spells used are very typical. Thus, it is tough to recreate them; hence one should always approach a witch or shaman for such spells.
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