My comments were – Thank you for that. It looks in the last pic you are using the burned our tea lights at molds, which i just recycle, but may start using for this purpose, herbal witch candles in small size. BTW the Aruvedic Hindus, Nepalese and Tibetan Buddhists make what are called precious pills, very similar, using their native barley flower with crushed herbs, crushed precious and semi-precious stones, mercury, etc, then roll them into balls, put them into a Kapala with lid and chant rituals over them a few days, then hand them out to the populace as a panacea.
How to Make Witch Balls (Conjuring Balls) Out of Soy Wax and Selected Dried Herbals
by Silver RavenWolf
Witch Balls (Conjuring Balls) can be made out of a variety of materials including soy wax, paraffin wax, mud, clay or a mixture of flour, salt, egg and water. Normally sized at 1/2 inch to 1 inch, these bits of magick can be used for a variety of needs in several different ways. From making the aura cleansing formula shown in the above photo, to love draw, protection, banishing, or money matters, Witch Balls are easy to make and simple to dispense in a magickal operation. Practitioners have used them in conjuring bags, placed them around the home (or near…
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