“Forget about me, military commissar's office!": black magic cashes in on mobilization

“Forget about me, military commissar's office!": black magic cashes in on mobilization

“Forget about me, military commissar's office!": black magic cashes in on mobilization
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27 September, 13:18
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Candles “Forget me, military registration and enlistment office!” appeared in the assortment of a store for esoteric fans in Tyumen, which, according to the accompanying information, will help to avoid being drafted as part of partial mobilization. The announcement was posted on the store's website, reports Ura.ru.

"Candle" Forget me, draft board! A candle allows you to live comfortably, without a call for service, so the matter will be lost", - the description of the product says.

It also states that a candle, the cost of which is 750 rubles, attracts favorable circumstances and necessary situations to life.

The “mechanism of influence” is as follows: when burning a candle, the employees of the military enlistment office supposedly have to forget about a potential conscript.

Meanwhile, Novye Izvestia found out that such candles have been on sale for more than a year.

“Protection-haze“ Forget me, military registration and enlistment office!!”, Creditor's and other“ bad ”instances,” says an advertisement for one of the sites dedicated to black magic. “A long time ago, in 2006, I studied at rune courses, and there Together with the teacher, she made a formula so that her son would not be taken into the army. He left the university and the draft board (turned out) right there. Doctors acquaintances found a hidden disease in him. They gave me a six month delay. And then, the military registration and enlistment office promised that every six months for a commission. After activating the formula, after three or four weeks, they called from the military registration and enlistment office, invited their son, issued a military ID and never disturbed him again. My son turned 27 this year", - the words of a certain Philomena are quoted on the site.

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