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A swastika is most auspicious and is attributed to Lord Ganesh, son of

Lord Shiva. In Sanskrit, this word means, "Purveyor of Good Fortune". It bestows luck and prosperity to the wearer. Can be used worn round the neck or on ring made of gold, silver or copper.

30. Trishul

A sign of perfect good luck. It is attributed to Lord Shiva.

The lucky sign "Om" stands for prosperity, comforts, and all-round happiness. This talisman may be worn round the neck or the sign engraved on a ring. It can be of gold, silver or copper.

32. Replicas of Gods and Goddesses

Lucky signs are of Gods, deities and Goddesses, like Lord Shiva, Christ, Hanumanji, Lakshmi, Durga Ma, Parvati and Saraswati etc. The wearer is bestowed with wealth, prosperity and all comforts.

33. Cross

This replica represents Lord Christ. It bestows prosperity, wealth and happiness. This is worn around the neck. It can be made of gold, silver, bronze or copper.

34. Planetary Signs

When a planet is malefic and is not giving favourable results, apooja or a prayer to that planet is performed to appease him. The use of replica or sign of the planet is said to neutralise the evil effects. The wearer will be blessed with good fortune and the evil effects of the planet will be mitigated.

35. Birthday Signs

You can use the replica of your Sun Sign (Aries to Pisces) in the prescribed metal for good luck, happiness and prosperity.

Notes

1. These lucky signs or replicas should be used after a prayer or performing of a pooja according to rituals to obtain the desired results. Purification of the charm is a must

2. The lucky signs have been shown in the figure.

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Some Rare Tantric Articles

We have already discussed man-made charms. But nature too has created many things, which are rare. The use of them as charms bestows health, wealth and happiness. These articles are used in Tantric Sadhana.

A few of them are detailed below :

1. Shvetarak Ganpati

White aak is a rare plant found only in the Himalayas, in the thick forest and is scarcely available in India. You will find Ganpati at the root of this aak. The aak plant in English is called Gigantia.

In our Shastras, it is laid down that in any house where shvetarak or white ganpati is available and worshipped, the house remains free from all evils and its possessor is blessed with immense wealth. This is used for pooja, when once this ganpati is awakened, nothing becomes impossible for him. You can carry this in your pocket

2. Dakshineye Shankh

Seashells which open towards the left are commonly available, but seashells, which open towards the right are rarely found.

The right opening conch is of great value. The place of house where this conch is available becomes very lucky. This can be used in many ways in Tantric Sadhana. Amongst such conches are male shells, which again are very rare. The pooja of a conch is performed after placing it on a silver sheet daily. This is lucky for wealth and happiness. Male, female, and eunuch are the three types of this right-opening conch. Mole conch gives the sound of "Om" which is very rare.

3. One-eyed Coconut

One-eyed coconut is an emblem of wealth. On Deepawali day, this can be used in many ways for Tantric purposes. This coconut is rarely available, generally two or three-eyed coconuts are found. After attaining Sidhi of this, one can have all things through this. It is attributed as the third eye of Lord Shiva.

4. Siyar Singhi

Siyar means jackal, which has no horn but nature has provided horns to a very few jackals. These horns are called siyar singhi. This is again a rare article and many uses of this can be made in Tantra and Mantra.

A siyar singhi in the house, bestows on the person immense wealth, victory over enemies, success in law suits etc. It should be kept in vermillion powder and its hair will grow automatically. It is a good article for Sadhana.

Each siyar singhi has a small horn and this is the identity of a real siyar singhi. These are small, medium or big in size. A small sized siyar singhi is worn round the neck and is made of silver. The other two sizes can also be used by keeping it on your person. A small size siyar singhi, when worn by a child, keeps him free from the evil eye.

5. Hathya Jori

This is a wonder of nature, where two hands are joined together. They bless the sadhaka with wealth, free of any accident and free from any Tantrik effects. It is kept in vermillion powder or in sindhoor. Its sidhi is very difficult The joined hands seem to be in prayer. It is two to two and a half inches in length and breadth.

6. One-faced Rudraksh

One-faced rudraksh is a very rare object and if available it fetches a very high price. The person who possesses it or wears its round the neck is blessed with all comforts of life and guards against heart attacks. It is used in Tantric Sidhi. This rudraksh has no natural inscription on it. In Mantra nature, Tantra and Yantra Sadhana, the purification of one-faced rudraksh is always made before wearing it. After wearing, this becomes effective and bestows immense wealth and happiness.

7. Gauri Shanfcar Rudraksh

It is again a rare item, two rudrakshes are joined together. This is to be kept at home, can be used as a bead to be worn round the neck. This bestows on the user good luck, wealth, intelligence and all comforts of life.

8. Gauri Shankar Parvati Rudraksh

As above, in this case three rudrakshes are joined together. The effects are as explained above.

9. Rudraksh

Generally the rudraksh is found in Nepal, Malaysia etc. on a specific rudraksh tree, enclosed in a shell. There have one to 21 faces. The five-faced rudraksh is commonly used in beads.

10. Safteek Shivalinga

This Shivalinga is made of crystal, quartz or lens glass. It bestows on the possessor all comforts, wealth, health and keeps one free from worries and provides protection against troubles and evils. It is found in sacred river beds.

11. Par ad Shivalinga

This Shivalinga is made of mercury and silver and is solid, heavy in weight. Normally the mercury neither dissolves in anything nor does it remain stagnant.

Yogis of high calibre with their spiritual powers whip up the silver, mix it with mercury and make Parad Shivalinga. This, when kept in the Sun, emits rainbow colours. Tantriks use this Shivalinga in Sadhana for spiritual uplift, health, wealth and happiness.

12. Pardarshi Saligram

It is lemon-like, black in colour. You can see a serpent image on it. Its pooja in Tantric Sadhana is of great importance. It is very rare. The possessor can make many sidhis easily and be blessed with Kali's grace. One is saved from all troubles and his desires are fulfilled.

13. Lagu Coconut

This coconut is very rarely found. It is the size of a betel nut, and has three eyes. It bestows wealth and prosperity on the owner.

14. Abayukat Saligram

A saligram is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu and is commonly available but a round saligram is rare. The test of a good saligram is the red light, when you see it against the Sun. These are best for family comforts.

15. Kam Rup Mani

A kam rup mani is not normally available. This is nature's rare gift If available and worn round the neck, the effects are beneficial in that all works are completed as per his desires, and difficulties are removed. Prosperity, success, respect and wealth are with him permanently.

16. Shukar Teeth

A shukar or wild boar is a fierce wild animal and his front teeth are not easily available. These teeth are used in many ways in Tan trie Sadhana and Mahavidya Sadhana, The user is saved from troubles, enemies, wrath etc., when he uses it as a charm round the neck or on person.

17. Cats Chord

When a cat gives birth to kittens, her naval chord is never available as she eats it after delivery. If preserved it is useful in Tantric Sadhana. This is used for acquisition of wealth. This must never be wasted but preserved in the house.

A cat's chord, kept in vermillion powder in one's shop, office or in a cash box, blesses the person with wealth.

18. Lion's Teeth

A lions teeth when used as a charm worn round a child's neck, saves him/her from the evil eye and diseases.

19. Deer's Skin

In Tanrtic Sadhana the skin of a deer, of a rhinoceros and a buffalo are used. But of them all, the deer's skin is of importance. It is used after purification for prayer and spiritual upliftment. If one sits on a deer's skin one is cured of diabetes. In auspicious and religious ceremonies a deer's skin is used.

Plants in Mountains

There are many plants in the mountains which are very beneficial to mankind and are used in or as medicines. The same plants are very useful in Yantra and Tantra.

We provide below a few plants with their uses.

L Amarkantki

This plant is available in India between Ranikhet and Bhuwali and also in the mountains of Russia. This plant is about four feet in height and its girth is about 2 feet, roots 6 to 8 inches deep, its leaves are pointed and thorny. In winter, the plant has good growth, whereas in summer the leaves wither away. The colour is green.

In case one takes the juice of the roots of this plant, one is cured of bronchitis, palpitation of heart and gasping, body weakness etc. If one takes this medicine or juice of leaves for six months continuously, the weakness in sexual power is removed and one leads a happy life and looks much younger in age. This is specially useful for old age. In Russia, this is very widely used. Its root when put in water turns the water colour yellow. This water cures many diseases.

Another use of leaves of this plant is that the juice of its leaves, passed through the process of calcination, (i.e. reducing metals to ashes in a hole in the earth) is used as medicine for one weak, removes old-age signs, sexual power is increased and man looks very youthful.

2. Mayurkartd

The plant is found in Kulu-Manali area, the people of this area worship this plant. Its roots, trunk and leaves all can be used. It cures rheumatic pains, cancer, brain fever and other diseases, grey hair turns black through its use.

This plant is three to four feet in height and looks like a Tulsi plant.

If its roots are powdered and taken regularly for two months, the dark skin scales off and a fresh red skin appears, which removes all old-age wrinkles and makes the user look young. Ladies can use the juice of its root to retain their beauty. The face shines and black rings round the eyes are commonly seen to vanish and the lady becomes young and attractive.

3. Rudra Vanti

The root of this plant is very useful. Diphtheria, cough, cancer, weakness of organs, gastric and other diseases connected with the belly are cured. The paste of its leaves, if applied on the head for 3 days, cures baldness and hairs grow black in colour. The growth of ordinary hairs is increased, specially for ladies. The falling of hairs is stopped. The root and leaves can be used to cure any pain or defects in joints and bones.

4. Aam Tari

This plant is found around Dehra Dun and Mussouri area and in Lai

Tiba area of Mussouri. It is barely four to five feet in height, has small leaves, which shine in the darkness.

Its leaves are soaked in water for three days and then ground to a paste. If this paste is applied on the face, hands, body etc. all wrinkles will vanish to make one look young. The powder of its dried roots, if used for a month, will change grey hair to black. Ladies who do not concieve or have irregular menses or face abortion can be cured through its leaves.

5. Kali Tumbi

This tree is found in the jungles of Rajasthan, the mountains of Manipur and near Gangotri. Its fruits are like coconuts, which fall after they become ripe. Of these fruits, the black fruit is rarely found. Actually this is very useful for Tan trie Sadhanas. The seed of the Kali Tumbi is rubbed in ten-years-old gur to make a paste. At the time of sidhi many Tantriks offer their chipped off tongue and body parts to Kali. These parts are healed by applying this paste regularly.

6. Black Turmeric

It is known as Kali Haldi and is used in Tantrik Sadhana. On the banks of river Narmada in Madhya Pradesh, Makpur Distt. of Nepal and the plains of Vastor this plant is found. It is used in the preparation of medicines for bronchitis. The paste is used as Tilak by Tantriks on the forehead of Kali.

7. Black Rice

During the rainy season its growth is natural in the Assam hills in a small quantity. When it is chewed, the colour of the mouth becomes red. It is also called Bloody Rice. The red water extracted from it is used in Tantrik Sadhanas and offered particularly for Durga sidhi.

<5. Dhanwantri

This plant is available in the Jammu and Kashmir area. It is about three feet in height and its girth is about two feet. This plant glows like a fire at night Its leaves are pointed, some thorns are found with its root. Its trunk, leaves and roots are very valuable and are used for the cure of many diseases.

One does not feel hungry and thirsty for 24 hours if one chews its leaf. One leaf taken with honey by a woman safeguards her from pregnancy. The powder of the leaf can also be used with milk, to cure eye diseases.

Its roots, when mixed with vegetables and cooked, bleaches the skin. The powder of its root processed through calcination and applied as a paste helps in acquiring a new pink, healthy colour of skin and makes one look beautiful. If the powder of its root is taken, one can shed excess weight.

The powder of its leaves mixed with honey, if taken for a week, strengthens one's virility. For ladies, the plant acts as a magic.

If its root is cooked with dal and taken for 15 days a clear blemishless skin and body is indicated. When the powder of its roots mixed with hair oil is rubbed in the hair, grey hair turns black and long. The juice of it applied on the face for three days, removes all spots of small pox or scars and the face becomes clear and glows.

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