September 15, 2004

Bargain of the Day: MMF

Feeling skint? A little short of cash? Well, as long as you can scrape together $45 (US), this Wealth Energy Attracting Kubera Yantra could help!

The Kubera Yantra is a very powerful, ancient sacred geometrical inscription on a copper plate. It is for invoking Lord Kubera, the Hindu cum Tibetan god of wealth and prosperity. It blesses the individual with sudden luck, wealth and prosperity.
This Yantra is used as a tool to attract the cosmic wealth energy, accumulation of riches, increase cash flow at home, etc. It opens up avenues for new sources of income.Worship of this Yantra is also recommended for superb growth in business, career & profession as well as increase in personal income & abundance.
Kubera yantra can be simply placed in safes, drawer, cash box, praying altar or any place where money is kept and can be worshipped without any special prayers or rituals by all races.

Such a remarkable device! But how does it work?

A Yantra works like a communicator between you and the universal forces, cosmic energies and gods. When a Mantra is chanted, the sound vibrations from the chanter's voice is first drawn onto the Yantra, from there it is reflected and transmitted out into the universe where it reaches the concerned God. The same vibration then gathers divine powers and blessings from him and returns back to the Yantra and again reflected back to the person who chanted the Mantra, thus instilling divinity into him and fulfilling his wishes. It's a guaranteed way of your prayers being heard, according to ancient Hindu scriptures.

Leave a comment

Evangelism, witnessing and similar activitites go by one name here—advertising, and is no different from spam for viagra, penis enlargement products and pornography. We do not take advertising. If you want to advertise your imaginary friend, please spend your own money on your own web space to do so. Any attempts to use the comments section for advertisements will be deleted, and the perpetrator barred, unless they are particularly stupid, in which case I reserve the right to pinch an idea from Teresa Nielsen Hayden and delete all the vowels.

Allowed HTML: a href, b, br, p, strong, em, ol, ul, li, blockquote, q, pre. If your name has accents in it, things will (hopefully!) work better if you use the XHTML entities for those letters. The same applies if you are using a word processor to compose your comment, then copying and pasting the text—either turn off curly quotes and avoid using em-dashes, or edit your comment after pasting to get rid of them. Garbled comments usually get deleted.

About this Entry

This page contains a single entry by Feòrag published on September 15, 2004 7:49 PM.

Televangelist Tries to Gag Gay Lover was the previous entry in this blog.

Education minister refuses to promote superstition is the next entry in this blog.

Find recent content on the main index or look in the archives to find all content.

Resources

About this site
Contact the Prattle
Ego Corner

The Pagan Prattle
c/o P.O. Box 666
Edinburgh EH7 5YW
Scotland

Syndication

Licence

Creative Commons License
The original material in this weblog is licensed under a Creative Commons License.