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  • ☀️✿Lenora✿☀️ Philbert✿☀️

    magic money mantra: Enviado em 07/10/2011 This mantra was devised by a 13th century Buddhist monk, It brings forth enlightenment, prosperity and attainment in all things, even money if your of a material focus, and what ever your need is at the time as long as its pure.

  • Jeanette Hall

    This mantra was devised by a 13th century Buddhist monk, It brings money, financial aid and what ever your need is at the time as long as its pure. chant along with your own harmony and see what it does for you. Nam mya ho ren ge kyo pronounced (narm meeo ho ren ge keeo)

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