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Make cookie stamps that promote healing or produce occult symbols on your culinary creations. Make a healing poppet to help someone who is sick. To make a traditional healing poppet assemble the following: A double boiler or two aluminum pots, one large enough to hold the other. Enough water to half fill the large pot. Several handfuls of beeswax or clear paraffin, or a virgin white candle or an appropriately colored used candle. Herbs that relieve or heal the infirm person's condition. One or more intimate parts or representations of the ill person such as a sample of hair. fingernail, parings, any bodily fluid ( cough, sputum, urine, exudate, and so forth.), a swatch of sweat soaked garment, their photograph, and so on. A heat source such as a stove or hot plate. Remember that all medicines can be used to harm as well as heal. Take as much care crafting a poppet as you'd lavish on a sick child. Witches consider the pentagram as the best default sacred object because it incorporates so many powerful virtues. Wearing an amulet is a good way to take your spell work on the road with you. There are many things that can be considered an amulet.

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