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    Default Charming an item

    I am interested in finding some information on the process of charming an item, and or reliable means of finding one. I currently own a poppet, and would be interested in getting or having done, recharging. Any help is grely appreciated, and I apologize for the lose use of words, some of which may be in conflict by definition, but I simply an unfamiliar with some of the processes involved.

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    Working with poppets are sympathetic and imitative majick. Find some herbs and/or stones with the properties that you want and use them to stuff it. Also, hair, fingernail clippings or a thread or swatch of a piece of clothing worn close to the body of the person you are doing this for are powerful things to include. You can even rub it on the person to let it pick up some essance off of them.
    Next, draw in the facial fetchers and whatever other distinguishing marks they may have. I would cleanse the workspace in what ever manor you see fit. Take a candle in the appropriate color and dress it with an appropriate oil and inscribe it with your intent. Light the candle and meditate on the intent and feel the emotions of that intent. Hold the poppet in your projecting hand and let that feeling flow into the poppet. Name the poppet with the full name of who it is for. Hold the feeling for 5 to 10 min. or as long as you can.

    Note: Making the poppet or other item you wish to enchant will always make it more powerful because you have already put some intent in in the making of it. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jarhog View Post
    Working with poppets are sympathetic and imitative majick. Find some herbs and/or stones with the properties that you want and use them to stuff it. Also, hair, fingernail clippings or a thread or swatch of a piece of clothing worn close to the body of the person you are doing this for are powerful things to include. You can even rub it on the person to let it pick up some essance off of them.
    Next, draw in the facial fetchers and whatever other distinguishing marks they may have. I would cleanse the workspace in what ever manor you see fit. Take a candle in the appropriate color and dress it with an appropriate oil and inscribe it with your intent. Light the candle and meditate on the intent and feel the emotions of that intent. Hold the poppet in your projecting hand and let that feeling flow into the poppet. Name the poppet with the full name of who it is for. Hold the feeling for 5 to 10 min. or as long as you can.

    Note: Making the poppet or other item you wish to enchant will always make it more powerful because you have already put some intent in in the making of it. Good luck!
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