2 Wealth Spells from Shaman's Way

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2 Wealth Spells from Shaman's Way

Included in this list of 2 Wealth Spells
  1. Money Talisman
  2. Bear Song
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Money and wealth spells are typically used to gain employment. The term 'wealth' should be well understood before attempting a wealth spell.

For example, wealth can apply to much more than just money, one can be wealthy in friendship, wealthy in health or other things.

Although the risk of your spell backfiring is moderate, the rewards can become outstanding. Care should be given in choosing the correct apell and in the casting of it.

#1 - Money Talisman

Bring needed money
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  • Five pumpkinseeds
  • Three Cinnamon sticks
  • One dollar bill
  • Green cloth
  • Green candle
  • Cinnamon or basil oil
  • Green ribbon
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  • Five pumpkinseeds
  • Three Cinnamon sticks
  • One dollar bill
  • Green cloth
  • Green candle
  • Cinnamon or basil oil
  • Green ribbon
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    On a Friday during the waxing moon, assemble all your ingredients at dusk. Take the candle and rub (Prosperity, basil or cinnamon) oil into it while focusing on your bills and debts being paid, see them being paid, picture your self writing checks and smiling all the way to the bank. Light the candle and take the green cloth, add the pumpkinseeds, Cinnamon sticks, and the dollar bill and fold three times, tie with ribbon. Chant while you work and focus on money coming towards you;


    ''Dollar bill, work your will.
    Pumpkinseeds do your deeds.
    Cinnamon sticks, do the trick,
    Bring needed money & bring it quick''.


    Repeat three times burn candle for nine minutes.
    Keep Talisman near your wallet or purse, and bills to be paid. Expect money to come, know it will and it shall


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    #2 - Bear Song

    Attract bears.
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    (YÂ'NA TÏ'KANÂGI'TA.)
    He +! Hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä'.
    Tsistuyi' nehandu'yanû, Tsistuyi' nehandu'yanû--Yoho' +!
    He +! Hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä'.
    Kuwâhi' nehandu'yanû', Kuwâhi nehandu'yanû--Yoho' +!
    He +! Hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä, hayuya'haniwä'.
    Uyâ`ye' nehandu'yanû', Uyâ`ye' nehandu'yanû'--Yoho' +!
    He +! Hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä, hayuya'haniwä'.
    Gâtekwâ'(hï) nehandu'yanû', Gâtekwâ'(hï) nehandu'yanû'--Yoho' +!
    Ûlë-`nû' asëhï' tadeya'statakûnï' gûnnage astû'tsïkï'.

    Translation.

    He! Hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä'.
    In Rabbit Place you were conceived (repeat)--Yoho' +!
    He! Hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä'.
    In Mulberry Place you were conceived (repeat)--Yoho' +!
    He! Hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä'.
    In Uyâ'`yë you were conceived (repeat)--Yoho' +!
    He! Hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä', hayuya'haniwä'.
    In the Great Swamp (?) you were conceived (repeat)--Yoho' +!
    And now surely we and the good black things, the best of all, shall see each other.

    Explanation.
    This song, obtained from A`yû'ninï in connection with the story of the Origin of the Bear, as already mentioned, is sung by the bear hunter, in order to attract the bears, while on his way from the camp to the place where he expects to hunt during the day. It is one of those taught the Cherokees by the Ani-Tsâ'kahï before they lost their human shape and were transformed into bears. The melody is simple and plaintive.

    The song consists of four verses followed by a short recitation. Each verse begins with a loud prolonged He +! and ends with Yoho' +! uttered in the same manner. Hayuya'haniwä' has no meaning. Tsistu'yï, Kuwâ'hï, Uyâ'`yë, and Gâte'kwâhï are four mountains, in each of which the bears have a townhouse and hold a dance before going into their dens for the winter. The first three named are high peaks in the Smoky Mountains, on the Tennessee line, in the neighborhood of Clingman's Dome and Mount Guyot. The fourth is southeast of Franklin, North Carolina, toward the South Carolina line, and may be identical with Fodderstack Mountain. In Kuwahi dwells the great bear chief and doctor, in whose magic bath the wounded bears are restored to health. They are said to originate or be conceived in the mountains named, because these are their headquarters. The ''good black things'' referred to in the recitation are the bears.



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