Powerful “conjuration tins” – talismans charged at the dark of the moon in the ruins of a haunted medieval church by the sea.

Conjuration tins, dark arts magic under a shadow moon
Conjuration tins, dark arts magic under a shadow moon

My conjuration tins are pedal-to-the-metal magick that gets results fast. They’re like a nuclear strike. You don’t press the button unless there’s no other choice.

Be warned: this level of spellworking power is not to be taken lightly. And believe me, I don’t plan on conducting my conjuration tin ritual for anybody that isn’t serious.

Why?

Well, for one, I do the ritual at the dark of the moon in the ruins of a haunted church by the sea. It’s miles away from anywhere. And that means I’m on my own dealing with some hellishly powerful forces that have no reason to care about my welfare.

This isn’t fluffy bunny, new age magic. This is hardcore dark arts.

But I’m presuming you’re good with that because you want results, right?

Okay… so what can my conjuration tins be used for?

Pretty much any desire in life – from drawing money to gaining business success; or relationship issues to removing curses. My conjuration tins are 100% bespoke magic tailored to your needs. And are best used in extremely difficult cases or where speed is of the essence.

It could be you’ve been to other “spellcasters” who have left you wanting and just haven’t pulled results. Or maybe you’re in one hell of a situation and you need it resolved.

Like I say, my conjuration tins are to be used when you need to pull out the stops and get the job done. So the best thing is to run your case past me by dropping me an email.

Gold level of spellcasting

Conjuration tins are the GOLD level of spellcasting. Best suited for extremely difficult cases or where speed is of the essence. [Learn more]

How do my conjuration tin spells work?

They’re done at the dark of the moon. So if it happens to be full moon when you order a conjuration tin working, then you’re going to have to be patient and wait for the lunar cycle to move towards the shadow moon.

In the meantime I’ll be configuring the ritual to fit your needs, along with collecting and creating the arcane items that go into the conjuration tin. These are charged with atavistic power during the ritual I perform at the ruined church.

When the dark of the moon comes I drive some fifty miles to a lonely stretch of coast in Eastern England, where the ruins of the medieval church are situated (see picture below).

Ruined medieval church, location for dark arts ritual
Ruined medieval church, location for dark arts ritual

Once there, I check around the area, mostly to make sure there’s no bird watchers or wildlife enthusiasts lurking in the area – as I most definitely do not want to be disturbed when the midnight hour comes.

When I’m sure the coast is clear I enter the ruins of the church and light a ritual fire, and throw various herbs and roots on it, making the atmosphere pungent with the heady smoke.

Were-beast

This helps put me into the necessary deep trance state needed to commune with the “other world” entities that haunt the ruins and lonely stretch of coastline. In fact, to actually make this rite succeed I have to access deep-level atavisms in myself. I literally have to bring out the “beast within”; in common parlance you might say it’s like transforming into a werewolf.

But it’s not quite the same. For one, in werewolf lore, the transformation is typically at full moon. With me, this beast inside is more feline or cat-like, mixed with the snake; and thus happens at the dark of the moon. Or rather, it can be induced to happen with the appropriate ritual work (though it has happened involuntarily on occasion, but I’m more-or-less able to control it).

Once in this atavistic state I’m only half-aware of whats going on. It begins with an all over shaking of my body; then I can find myself howling and dancing frenziedly around the ritual fire.

Eventually, I’m no longer alone. The ancient atavistic entities that inhabit the place are with me.

My memories of them are always vague when I look back on the ritual work. But they’re almost like stone giants, standing stoically in the shadows, ancient and powerful – not to mention terrifying.

Shamanic magic

At that point, pivoting between this world and the etheric plane, I set about petitioning these entities to charge the magical items that go into the conjuration tins. I get them to “breathe” their energies into the various artefacts – sigil staves, roots, stones, wild herbs, and charms, etc – so they become living entities (or servitors) in their own right.

When all this is done, I close down the gates between the worlds, and put out my ritual fire. Gradually, as the smoke subsides, I return to everyday consciousness, collect up the arcane items, and head for my car.

A day or so later, I mail the conjuration tin to you, along with a letter detailing what you can do next.

Order your conjuration tin now (FREE postage and packing)

Conjuration Tin
Conjuration Tin
Price: £260.00
USD $322.40

What comes next, after you order?

After you’ve ordered, I’ll get back to you within 24-hours with a spellworking questionnaire so you can give me details about the situation you want resolved. Approximately seven days later, I’ll email you with the date I plan to perform your spellworking ritual. Once the ritual is done I’ll be in touch to say the spellworking items have been shipped out to you.

Shipping

If you’re in Britain or Europe, you will receive your spellworking package in two working days of the ritual being performed. If you’re in the US, it will take around four or five working days. And seven to ten days for the rest of the world.

Customer Support

You won’t be forgotten once you’ve bought a spellworking from me. I’ll fully support you through any issue that may arise throughout the spellworking process. Plus all spellworkings have a one-off payment. No extra changes. The job is done in one.

To discover more about Doktor Snake and his magick check out his books on Amazon.com. Or type in “Doktor Snake” in your country’s Amazon.

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