Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Spells Cast for You to Get What You Want


You've got a big problem -- the kind of problem that's not yielding to any other remedies. You've tried everything. And now, you want to try MAGIC. 

Odds are that the first thing you're looking for is "guaranteed magic spells" or something with a high "success rate." But how can a success rate be judged for something as scientifically unproven as magic? 

Does it count as a success if someone casts a money spell and only finds $2 in the street afterward? If you cast a love spell and the targeted person begins to think of you and feel love for you, but doesn't actually ask you out, is that a success or not? 

Such scientific notions as success rates and guarantees cannot be applied to magic even when the spell is done by the most honest of spell sellers (and yes, there are many who legitimately believe in magic and want to cast effective spells for people. Not everyone in the business is a scammer.) In effect, spells are not guaranteed to produce a result by their nature. If it could be guaranteed in any way, it would not be magic, it would be science. 

Let's state this again as plain as possible: MAGIC CANNOT BE PROVEN. 

So why use magic if it can't be proven? 

Well, that's up to you. Religion cannot be proven either, but many people find benefits from practicing and believing in one. Generally, these people also do understand there are limitations on what can be achieved through religion -- for example, only the most fanatical will believe that religion is suitable as a replacement for medical treatment, or that faith without any action on their part is going to see their prayers answered. (An example of action: if you pray for a job, and the next day you see a listing for a suitable job, you would need to apply for the job in order to have a shot at seeing your prayer answered. You are not going to inexplicably have the job, even if it is theoretically within God's power to make that happen.) 

To the fanatics, the news that one's beliefs are too extreme is not welcome. Most magic fanatics are not happy to hear the news either. Pointing out the errors in their beliefs and expectations just gets a bunch of arguments that seem to be based on the lies told by spiritual scammers. ("But some people do it because they like to give back to others!" And that's why they advertise online for business and charge money for this? "They just charge because in magic, you have to give something first in order to get back!" Well, if you believe these stories, go hire the guy who told you all that to cast your spell. "I can't, he moved away and I don't know where to find him now." Probably because he's running from the police for scamming people!) 

With any service-based purchase it is your job to be clear on what you are buying before you buy it. The FAQ, as well as several other pages on this site, strive to make it absolutely clear that there are no guarantees that your magic spell will "work" in some specific way. I promise to cast your spell according to traditional methods -- what results if any will be produced by that casting are not in my control after that.

LIFE CHANGING MAGIC SPELLS

Many people who turn to the power of magic spells are doing so out of desperation. There is a pervasive hope that with the wave of a wand or the chant of a few magic words that the whole world can be changed and the wonders of Aladdin's lamp will become available for the taking.

The news that this idea is mistaken does not tend to sit well with people. Pointing out that if it were as easy as just "casting a spell to win the lottery" no one would be in the spellcast business just gets a bunch of arguments that seem to be based on the lies told by spiritual scammers. ("But some people do it because they like to give back to others!" And that's why they advertise online for business and charge money for this? "They just charge because in magic, you have to give something first in order to get back!" Well, if you believe these stories, go hire the guy who told you all that to cast your spell. "I can't, he moved away and I don't know where to find him now." Probably because he's running from the police for scamming people.)

If you are too invested in the Hollywood notion of magic as an instant-delivery system for fantastic powers that would strike any witnesses with awe and wonder and would totally prove the Randi Challenge, you are not at the right website. Go somewhere else, and may you find what you're looking for.

Now: my own experience with life-changing magic spells, are that one spell isn't going to do it. You can't just burn a candle and expect everything will be different tomorrow, or even next month. Significant change requires significant spiritual work -- usually, many spells over a long period. Even a mojo bag, which is among hoodoo's most long-working bits of magic, doesn't make strong alterations in one's life by itself (they usually just increase your luck and opportunities in little ways or help with achieving things that were already in your sights.) Big change demands big work, and magic is by no means a quick fix. 

If you are seeking to change your life with hoodoo magic spells, be prepared to spend a long time doing repeated workings in order to keep up the momentum you'll need for positive change. 

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