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Post by joanna on 2011-03-18, 12:26

What do you guys think of this. I posted on the 'scammers' thread re a blog listing scams and there are multiple comments on there related to personal accounts. At one time, I ran across a member's comment on here about successful spells and how maybe that's why we rarely hear of spells working but this one woman on this blog from Toby (same one I posted on scammers), there is this woman who comments as an anon spellcaster. She says that --

" Anonymous Spellcaster said...
Hi, Tex, here are the answers to your questions:

Spells must remain a secret at all times because they work on a very delicate supernatural or psychic frequency, they must be left to grant your wish, not interfered with, analysed or discussed with anyone ... ever. Your subconscious mind knows what your want and psychically radiates your desire, your spell will magnify that energy and send it out into the universe to be granted.

To discuss a spell with anyone means you are involving another person’s energies, they are nothing to do with your spell and your spell will lose most or all of its power if you do. Your spell caster if genuine will tell you spells require secrecy.

The word OCCULT means ‘secret message’, occult symbols can only be understood by the witch or occultist casting your spell, it’s unlikely they will want to explain the procedure too much to their client as the less their client understands the better. So even the witch is keeping things secret from their client. I don’t want to explain more Tex, you aren’t supposed to know - LOL."

Wht od you guys think?

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Post by Debbie on 2011-03-18, 12:34

i have heard same thing also but idk also

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Post by Maggie on 2011-03-18, 15:43

I think the main reason that's advised is so that another may not cast doubt in your mind. I personally haven't seen where sharing that information has any bearing on the outcome.

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Post by geri_ong on 2011-03-18, 22:33

i do think that the above info is relevant, but at the end of the day, only YOU will affect your own outcome eventually. others may not think favourably, but unless they are obsessing over your spell, then i highly doubt it will alter your spell work.

i agree with maggie on this, seeking other's opinions may just cause you to doubt further, and given our complicated situations, the best thing is to not even have an inkling of negative thought.

my personal thought (may not be agreeable) is that it's best not to rely on other's thoughts, even if they're positive, because then you will be attaching your life outcome to other's beliefs. just believe in yourself and God / Higher Self / Universe that everything if your life is going the way it should and that your goal is on the way to you, if it's not already Smile

although i do think we SHOULD be aware and ACCEPT our circumstances, it's not going to help if we keep focusing on our current plights and not look at your intended outcome. so just go with the flow, find out as much as you can about scammers, but don't fret over other's opinions on them, go with your gut, believe you have your goal already (just waiting to be manifested physically), and i think you pretty much got it Smile

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Post by joanna on 2011-03-19, 08:30

Found on luckymojo. Not sure if this should be on the luckymojo thread

by cat yronwode
© 1999

I was taught -- in the African-American hoodoo system of
folk-magic -- that after performing a spell (called a
"job"), you should watch and wait for 3 days. During that
period of time you will receive a sign or omen. It may come
in a dream, or it may be in something you read, or it may be
something someone says to you or near you. That sign will
let you know if the spell will work or if it will fail.

Here are some examples of good signs:

Let us say that you wish to make a love spell on a man named
Bryan. You burn a red candle for him and do some other
things in the spell and then you watch and wait for 3 days.
On the first day, nothing happens, but that night, you dream
that Bryan is kissing you -- a good sign! -- the spell is
working! The next day, you are watchying a movie and the
credits at the end just JUMP out at you -- "Special Thanks
to Bryan" -- and that's another good sign! Or, perhaps, on
the third day, your best friend comes up to you and loans
you a book. She says it is a great novel, and hopes you will
like it -- and when you look, the name of the hero in the
novel is Bryan -- a third great sign! You can be pretty sure
the spell is working if you get fabulous signs like those.
Even one of them would be enough; three is fantastic!

Now let us look at signs of failure.

This time let us say you made a spell to get some unpleasant
neighbors to move out of your apartment building . And let's
say their names are Eddie and Helen Jones. You burn a black
candle and sress it with "Hot Foot" oil. The day after you
do the spell, you turn on the radio and old rock-and-roll
songs are playing and the first one you hear is "Along Came
Jones" by the Coasters. That's a bad sign -- you wanted the
Jones family to go away, but this song is about someone
named Jones coming toward you! The next day you turn on the
tv and the first thing you hear is a commercial with the
words "Eddie, come here!" Bad sign. Eddie is not leaving.
And to make things worse, the program you watch next on tv
features an actress named Helen in it and the story is all
about Helen and her neighbors in their apartment building!
Bad signs -- Helen is NOT going to leave the aprtment!
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