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White Magic Love Spells

November 1, 2013 by  
Filed under Potions, Spells & The Occult

Of all the spells there are, white magic love spells top the list as the most popular. In an informal survey among magicians, over ninety percent says they perform only white magic.

However, some skeptics declare that many magic practitioners are not telling the truth about white magic. They claim that there are many categories of forbidden spells used by magicians that do not comply with the rules of white magic.

These critics continue and categorically state that there are no white magic love spells or money spells that draw their energy from white magic. While this is based on a misunderstanding, some people are already scared from asking magical assistance.

White magic

The first point would be that white magic is not of any particular tradition. White magic is more of a general philosophy of magic than anything else. The philosophy of white magic is simply this: magic is to heal and to help, not to harm and to create hardships.

Irregardless of how the ritual looks like and what it can do, every spell is part of white magic if it does no harm to anyone or anything. A love spell therefore falls under white magic because of the simple reason that it helps two people fall happily in love.

Love spells

White magic love spells work differently for different spell casters. The rituals may be performed according to old traditions, ancestry or personal preferences or style.

It is hard to categorize these spells. They may include chants and prayers, talismans and maybe dances under the moonlight – all kinds of rites. All these can be part of a white magic love spell.

These white magic love spells may be different at the moment of casting, but they are all similar in the way they strive to produce the effect they intend. They all want to bring a happy and fulfilling love to those involved in the spell – the spell subject and his loved one.

Effects

However, not all the intended effects can be called a success. Sometimes, the effects are totally in contrast to what was intended.

The reasons are as varied as the persons involved and their particular situations. A boyfriend you thought you loved may not be your true love after all. The girl you are attracted to may already have her own partner.

The girl you thought was perfect might be the quarrelsome type. The boy you could die for is simply not compatible with your personality. The list is long.

Because these white magic love spells are powered by far wiser spirits than we can ever fathom, they look for ways to turn around the effects of these spells, rendering them null.

These spiritual guides would find ways to circumvent our follies. In time, they will bring us our true love, those that we have always deserved and needed at the right moment of their own choosing.

In the end, the final effects are truly surprising in the use of these white magic love spells. They can give you what you really need to have, and not just the things you merely ask for in those spells.

Different Types Of Spells

October 1, 2013 by  
Filed under Potions, Spells & The Occult

Spells are simply active prayers. Just like prayers, spells are used to catalyze or create change in one’s life or someone else’s, most often that of a loved one.

They are petitions to the Higher Powers to create the change. Spells are used to connect with our divine selves using our own energies to create changes.

Ordinarily, Wiccans/Witches will not perform a spell for anyone who has not asked and had given them permission. Spells, like those that use love magic to gain the good graces of an individual or curses are considered manipulative.

Anything that manipulates or goes against the free will of anybody is considered wrong.

Wiccan spells

The Old English term for witch is Wicca. They used it to counter all the negative stereotypes that society gave to witchcraft.

Wiccans use spells. These are rituals and prayers carried out to ask for divine help in a certain aspect of life. However, these must adhere to the Wiccan Rede, the witchcraft code of conduct.

The overall consideration is that any spell used to manipulate, dominate, or control another person is forbidden. The Wiccan Rede rules that a witch may engage in any action as long as it is carefully considered and that their actions do not harm anyone including themselves.

All of witchcraft is ruled by the Threefold Law. This is the belief that any action taken by any witch affecting another person will come back to the witch threefold, whether good or bad.

Constructive spells

Constructive spells should be done during the waxing of the moon, the time when the moon is full and bright. These are spells performed for luck, some fertility rites and spells used for protection.

To achieve the best end results, all witches agree that spells should be practiced while in a positive mood. Most often, too, in the practice of witchcraft, they have aids in spells to guarantee good results.

These aids in witchcraft, believed to have magical properties, include different herbs and leaves. One example is the bay leaf used often to invoke positive energy.

Consecration or Purification

The dictionary defines consecration as a “formal dedication to a religious or divine purpose.” In the practice of witchcraft, consecration should be practiced before any tool can be used.

Consecration is a form of purification and is done with salt, water and incense. These all stand for the five elements of nature – water, earth, fire, air and spirit.

It is important that consecration used for witchcraft be done in a positive state of mind. This will incorporate the spirit part of the elements.

Consecration is actually to ask for and gain approval of the God and Goddess for what is about to be performed.

Wiccan God and Goddess

In witchcraft, all spells are basically used to channel the power of the Wiccan God and Goddess to initiate positive changes and for the resolution of problems. In this regard, a spell-giver must know the phase of the moon is in while performing the spells.

As an example, it is best to do banishing spells in the waning of the moon when it is dark. Sample spells include hope for the end of illness, warding off destructive insects in farms, and many others.

Common Myths and Misconceptions About Spells

August 1, 2013 by  
Filed under Potions, Spells & The Occult

When talking about witchcraft, we usually think about black magick and how it has put humankind into danger, whether it is scenes from the books or from movies. Magick and spell-casting are surrounded by myths and misconceptions which eventually buried its true essence and principles. For the followers of magick, they would refer it to magick to differentiate from the illusion created by magicians.

What are these myths and how come they are not real?

Myth 1: Those who practice spell-casting and magick worship the Devil or Satan.

For those who practice and follow witchcraft, good and evil is relevant. What is important is that every magick or spell are carefully though over and it would not harm anyone. In addition to that, Devil or Satan is a Christian construct. It is not included in the witch’s pantheon.

Hell is another Christian construct and Wiccans and pagan believers do not believe it. It does not mean that because they are not concerned with hell they would commit evil acts. Wiccans and pagans commit good acts because they know that this would reflect later on in their lives and even in their next life.

Myth 2: Spells have that visual and sound effects just like in Harry Potter films.

Spells, for Wicca followers and pagan believers, are like prayers for Christians. They can be a way of communicating with the universe your intent or desire. Spells could also be a way of communicating with the gods and goddesses.

Spells do not have the sound and video effects like in movies. In fact, spells do not have or manifest within the next few hours. Usually, it would take weeks or sometimes months before the spells would take effect. Spells could be about wealth, health, energy, peace and even love.

Myth 3. Casting spells would require very rare materials.

Casting spells do not require you to use rare and weird materials, just like in movies. Spell-caters would usually use natural materials like herbs, incense, candles, oils, flowers and other essences. In spell-casting, what is important is the emotion and the intent. Focusing your energy and using materials to contain and direct your energy towards your intent are the things that would make your spell a success.

Myth 4. Spells backfire.

For Wiccans, every spell or action must be carried out as long as it does not cause any harm. They would call this rule, “The Wiccan Rede.” Aside from that, Wiccans and pagan followers strongly believe in the Law of Threefold. Whatever is done would return back in threefold. In this sense, it does not mean that spells backfire, it would just show that whatever is done will come back. Good intentions and positive wishes would not create negative effects.

Myth 5. Spells can make things possible out of thin air.

Spells turn possibilities into reality. They cannot make things happen out of nowhere. A love spell cannot make a superstar singer fall in love with you and croon you love songs if you have not even met him once. A love spell could not turn a beast into a prince charming.