None at all. But I've had several of them cast (not casted) upon me, which makes me a bit of an expert on the topic.
Magic does work, make no mistake there. But like everything else in life, you have to use the techniques that actually work and sometimes you have to accept that close enough is close enough. ...
Best answer: None at all. But I've had several of them cast (not casted) upon me, which makes me a bit of an expert on the topic.
Magic does work, make no mistake there. But like everything else in life, you have to use the techniques that actually work and sometimes you have to accept that close enough is close enough. People who play with magic (also known as lovestruck teenage girls) tend to forget those two laws, for some reason or another. Stick with the stuff that works and keep your expectations reasonable, and you can accomplish a lot with your magic.
The most powerful love spell by miles goes by many names, but I like to call it the Sacred Rite Of Unbuttoning. Just hold eye contact with the guy you're casting it on, then undo a button while holding his gaze. Any button, doesn't matter which one. If the guy doesn't get the message and fall under your spell, he's either gay or dead.
Yes, yes that does count as more of a lust spell than a love spell, but remember the rule about close enough. Spells are no different than anything else in life, because sometimes (okay, most times) you have to take what you can get.
If you set your expectations too high, you'll end up like an ex girlfriend of mine. And trust me, you don't want to end up like her. It's not pretty.
This girl was a practising witch, a really powerful one (she and all her friends said so), and she was serious about it. She identified as a Wiccan, but she was into every form of magic you can name. Ritual European spells, Vodou, Santeria, Satanic black magic, the Force, Roman Catholicism, New Age Spiritualism, you name it she studied it. If teenage magic belief had a pope, she would have been it.
And I loved her. We were together for many months (long time for teen lovers), until she dumped me for the guy she had been cheating on me with for a while. Then she realized that he was a bigger jerk than I was, so she broke up with him and wanted me back. When I refused, she got mad. I didn't refuse her totally, I told her we could still have sex casually, but there was no way I would commit to her again. Told you I was a jerk.
She then summoned all of her vast power, all of her knowledge, and cast a doozy of a love spell on me. Her witch friends found me and warned me, just so I could be aware. This spell was more powerful than any in the history of spells, they said. No way to escape it, no way to deflect or reverse it, I was doomed. Then she slept with me once or a few times, just to help the spell along a little. And when I still didn't fall back in love with her, she was crushed. All that magic power, all those weeks and months of devoted studying, and nothing. For the record she didn't complain about the incredible sex, but the sex wasn't what she really wanted. She wanted my undying devotion, and all she got was amazing sex. Her beliefs had failed her.
See how this works? As long as you use the stuff that works and keep your expectations reasonable, your magic will serve you faithfully. But if you expect too much, or if you use the stuff that doesn't work (like mixing herbs and chanting in some ancient-ish language, for example), you'll only be disappointed.
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