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a special spell for who ever belive this is money


heres what i think why should i give people me spells to help them and not get pay for it i think i suold charge for each of me spells because they real work if you put your faith to it people be calling me or e-mailing me for some of my spells and i just send them to them or the will ask me if i could do a spell for them and all this i do for free  so today for now on who ever wants me to do a moneyspell, love spell ,prosperity spell ,or protection spell ,or binding spell ,or any spell they are going to send me a private message .

but for now here is one for all [spell -coltfoot wealth spell

for wealth and prosperity for a year , take the husk from an ear or corn and put a dolabill along with a note written on parchment paper, then say ,, oh dear god of luck , money is like muck , not good except it be spread.

spread some here at -------------------[write in your address]

thanks be to thee . amen sign your name.

sprinkle the dollar bill and note with coltsfoot leaves,

roll the huck up and tie together with green string or ribbon,

hang the token up above the entryway with green cord .

that husk should bring riches into your home or business by the bushel

just belive in your self and it will happen for you i promise you so mote it be

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hot mamaComment by hot mama - September 12, 2008, 7:57 pm
what do you call the husk we call husk when you grind the corn that is what we thro away when we clean the grits
Comment by pacattack05 - September 12, 2008, 9:33 pm
How much money has it brought you so far?
AbacoTigerComment by AbacoTiger - October 28, 2008, 4:54 pm
what is coltsfoot leaves
mangoskinComment by mangoskin - February 5, 2010, 1:40 pm
Husk is the grass off the corn. You know like when you break the corn and you peel off the green/yellow part? Well the brown hair is the husk. If I am not mistaken.

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