Love Spells To Attract Love Fast
Love is always in season. Love spells are believed to attract love, to keep love and even to break love bonds between people. Bringing out the spirit of love through one type of love spell is through love knots.
Tying a knot in the hair attracts love just as pheromones draw on pure animal magnetism the hair knot is thought to be a potent lure. The hair knot makes a stylish clean fashion look, subtle in its charm and yet its flare can work with all clothing from casual to dressy. The hair tool called "Topsy Tail" flips the hair underneath a subtle hair knot, which can be pinned up for dress or left down in ponytail form for casual.
Twisting your hair and tucking the strand behind the hair above is a simple knot.
Tying a knot in ribbons or string attracts love by tying a knot at the bottom of the ribbon. It keeps love and shows the growth of love by tying a knot above the prior knot. A knot for each year of love is represented and surpasses love itself, endless and everlasting, when there is no more room on the ribbon for tying any more knots. Cutting a knot off of the ribbon represents a rocky relationship. The continuation of cutting one knot off at a time represents loves dissent. Cutting the ribbon in half represents the annihilation of the current love relationship in that the person under the ribbon's charm has fallen out of love.
Ribbon love knots can be likened to climbing the rungs of the ladder into love's bliss.
Tying a knot in the bottom of a shirt's tail is a love attractant perhaps because on occasion the belly button is exposed. The formation of individual knots around the bottom of a shirt's tail is charmed in the same way as the ribbon or piece of string.
Tying a knot in someone else's hair or giving them a knotted ribbon or a shirt that's tail is knotted gives the person doing the knotting control over the other person's love life if at the time a knot was created the giver made another copy. The giver will tie a knot in his or her own hair before tying a knot in someone else's. The giver will knot a ribbon cut it in two and knot the other half of the ribbon and give the second half away. The giver will knot a shirt's tail and knot another shirt's tail before gifting. The shirt doesn't have to be identical. Follow the meaning of the knots as in the ribbon knots in sculpting new knots or cutting them away but the giver should do this only on the original knots, the ones they keep, the first ones created before creating the copy to give away.