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Wisdom teeth spell use?
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I got my wisdom teeth removed recently and my intuition has been telling me to keep them around. I haven't really found any information about spells or uses for wisdom teeth and just wanted to see what this bright community thought.

Just off the top of my head I thought about using them for a protective necklace or like a tulpa.

If it helps they were all (all four) extracted completely whole, not broken apart. Be well all and thank you for your thoughts.
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Re: Wisdom teeth spell use?
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When we're talking about animal teeth,teeth can tear and bite, but they can also protect. Bless and wear them as amulets of protection or use them in rituals and spells to tear at the image of your enemy or to pierce a poppet made in their image. If they're from a pet, they can be used in charms of protection or used for spells for healing because of the direct link to them and their energy.

When we are talking about teeth from an individual, they can work much in the same way. Hair, nail clippings, teeth, saliva, and so on;are all direct connections to the individual from which they are taken. They are thought to carry the essence of their owner, and for this reason can be quite potent components in spells and ritual work. They can be used for healing, protection, cursing, etc.

Since it is your own teeth, I'd suggest using them for protective or healing purposes.

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That confirms what my intuition was telling me. Thanks
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