I don’t know how many of you have had an object disappear from its usual spot in your home without explanation, but I’m sure it’s many of you. You’re sure no one has touched it, and yet you still can’t find it after turning the whole room upside down searching for it.
After you’ve worked up a sweat and feel yourself getting nervous or agitated at the situation, take a deep breath. You start all over again. But you just can’t understand how it moved from that spot that you’ve kept it in for so long. Disappeared. Gone. As it never existed. Did you put it somewhere else without thinking?
The search becomes frantic and branches out of the room you know it couldn’t possibly have moved from. Eventually, you have to give up on your search for the time being – life is calling you. Four or five days go by and again you get the “dot” of that object.
The mere thought that that object EXISTS, but you are not finding it, who knows how, who knows why, makes you spontaneously and instinctively go and check the place where it was usually stored and it’s there. It’s there! How on earth is it there?
This phenomenon, which has happened to many people, has developed a famous popular saying from Salento, that when we do not find an object “it is temporarily served to the energy”.
There are, of course, many skeptics surrounding this phenomenon. However, it’s happened to so many people – myself included – that I know for sure that it is a real occurrence. And I don’t believe that I’m wrong if I say that, sooner or later, it’ll happen to everyone.
The different meanings of an item disappearing
Objects that disappear reappear. This is the DOP phenomenon from the English acronym Disappearing Object Phenomenon.
This is the fairly common experience of no longer being able to find a commonly used object such as car keys. You think you have put them in the bowl by the door as usual, but they are not there.
Sometime later, the keys pop silently back into the bowl as if they had never been missing. It almost seems that the object had been borrowed from someone or something for a short period of time and then returned.
This can sometimes be attributed to the spirits, or ghosts, of people who had lived in that house before you and still linger around, believing the home is theirs.
If an object of yours goes missing then reappears, it means that your enemy has assigned evil spirits to you that are keeping track of your actions and reporting back to the black magician.
As a result, the black magician is trying to block any effective talismans, prayers or professional spells that may help you by making these talismans and evil eye bracelets vanish.
You may find that they are also blocking your prayers or casting doubt in your mind about the healer or healers who are helping you.
Overall, fighting black magic is a never-ending game until your enemy funding the black magic dies or the black magician dies.
The majority among us lack the intelligence to even recognize the existence of black magic and its deadly effects on the body and mind.
How to find your lost object?
Use some scissors.
This trick is very simple – all you need are some scissors. These scissors should be placed on a large surface, such as a table or desk. Never on a sofa, because as well as being dangerous, this brings bad luck.
While observing the scissors, you internally express the desire to find the lost object. You may find what you lost faster than expected.
Tie a magic knot.
Second trick: the knot. Take a rope, scarf, string or any piece of cloth that can be tied up.
Concentrate for a moment and take three deep breaths, after which form a knot and say the following words: “Lead me on the way to [object]”.
Keep the knotted object until the lost object is found. Those who have tested this method say they found the lost object after 10 minutes.
Contact Saint Anthony
Saint Anthony of Padua is the patron saint of lost objects. This is also the reason why he is one of the most present saints in churches, to allow those who wish to go to church to find what they have lost.
If you can’t find a statue of Saint Anthony in a church, you can always invoke the Saint out loud with the following words: “Saint Anthony of Padua, you who find everything, help me find [object]”.
Use the pendulum
If you have a pendulum, you probably already know how to use it to get answers from it. If you don’t have a pendulum, you can use a chain and a ring in its place, so long as both objects belong to you.
To use the pendulum correctly, you must be able to calibrate it. Learning is not difficult.
Take 3 sheets and write Yes, No and Maybe on each one. Fold the shuffled sheets and place them on a table slightly spaced apart.
Place the pendulum on top of one of the cards. Stand firmly on the floor, concentrate and watch the pendulum move. It can rotate in one direction, in the other, swing from top to bottom or from right to left.
Once you have identified its movement, open the sheet. Now you know how the pendulum responds. Repeat the same operation with the 2 remaining sheets.
Now that your pendulum is calibrated, it can answer your questions. For example, you can ask it, “Is my bracelet in the office?” “Is my bracelet at home?” “Is my bracelet in the car?” You can continue indefinitely until the pendulum shows you the place where the lost object is. You have to ask it the right questions.
If you are still struggling to believe that magic is meddling with your missing objects, then try this to prove it. All you need is a candle and a piece of paper.
A spell to find your evil eye bracelet
This spell will not make you magically find the object, it simply acts as a request for help from the spirits in the vicinity who can listen to you and help you find the lost object, which is very often hidden from your eyes. If the request is successful and you find your dear object, just thank the spirits who helped you. Why not light a candle as an offering to them?
What is needed
- A white candle
- A piece of paper
- A pen
What you will have to do to find the object
Find a moment of tranquility during the day. Make sure no one comes to bother you. Gather everything you need. Take the paper and write the name of the lost item; light the candle, and burn the paper. While the paper burns say:
“I invite and trust in all the forces and spirits listening,
I need to find the bracelet/necklace I have lost.
Whether it has been lost or stolen,
I kindly ask you to bring it back to me “
When the paper is completely burned, extinguish the candle by wetting your fingers or using a candle snuffer.
It is important never to blow out the candle during a ritual.
Now you just have to believe in the spirits who have listened to you and who will soon help you find your lost item.