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Money talismans can be used in any sort of prosperity spell, as an item that you carry with you after the spell is over to help draw wealth to you. Many different items can be used as money talismans, but it will usually be something fairly small that you can carry with you to attract new wealth.
You will need the following items for this spell:
- 1 piece of lucky hand root
- 1 piece of High John root
- Pinch of basil leaves
- 3 silver coins
- Small green bag or piece of cloth
Casting Instructions for 'Money Talisman'
Lucky Hand Charm Bag
You're definitely going to have to find an occult or New Age supplier to find lucky hand root, but you can't substitute anything else in this spell. You will need:
1 piece of lucky hand root
1 piece of High John root
Pinch of basil leaves
3 silver coins
Small green bag or piece of cloth
The two money-drawing roots should be in one piece, not little chopped bits for this to work well. Put everything together in the charm bag and tie it closed with a piece of string. Carry it with you, ideally in a purse or near where you carry your money.
Tonka Bean Token
Tonka beans are traditionally used for money-drawing spellwork and don't require much additional magick to turn them into money talismans. All you need is:
One whole tonka bean
Yep, that's it. Though you might have to do a little searching for a tonka bean. Occult shops or herb suppliers should have them.
Hold the bean in your hand and repeat the following:
I have a tonka bean
Because times are lean
May it draw me money
Like bees to honey
Carry the bean around everywhere you go, and like with the last spell, a purse is best. It needs to stay near where you carry your money when you are out.
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