There will be no shipping from January 10 until February 3rd. If you can’t wait for shipping please do not order. There will be no exceptions. All items on Mercari and eBay will be on vacation mode for eBay and unavailable on Mercari until I’m back. The good news is for the first time in 15 years we hired another shipper! They are good and Lindy is training them as I type. Thank you for understanding, Dee Dee
We have a connection that has connections within the royal family. This is how we were able to snag this piece. Well, they snagged it and then we had to pay for it. Now we have it and we are selling it to you. That's how this arrangement works. You know this already. We have arrangements with many people who bring us powerful pieces. This particular piece was created during a blood ritual. This blood ritual was inclusive of a sacrifice. I only mention this because some people don't like that. However, sacrifices make rituals and ritual magic a tone more powerful The rule is, "Something that bleeds for something you want."
Either way, let's just cut to the chase. This piece was created during a blood ritual for Ishtar. Ishtar is a goddess of pure magic. She rose to power and ruled during the time of the Mesopotamian empires. This area was ruled by many people, all of whom realized the great power that Ishtar had to offer. The Egyptians called her Isis. The Sumerians called her Inanna. She is the goddess that has the power to grant you your innermost desires.
How will you use this piece? Well, you don't have to shed any blood. This was already done so that you won't have to. Simply wear this piece and by the light of a red candle you will write down what you desire the most. Let me just say you must also be wearing the piece at this time. I would think this is common sense, but somebody will ask, so I'll just mention it. Once you have written what you want, you will put a few droppings of the red wax on the paper. Then you will fold the paper in half, sealing what you have written inside. You will then continue wearing the piece until what you have asked for is given to you.