Articles on practical magic
Many people want to know what will happen if they order magic spells online, and wonder if maybe it’s better to work with the spell caster in person. The answer to this question is simple: you can order magic spells online just like you buy amulets and talisman from the online magical shop that you like.
Whether the spell caster insists on a personal meeting or prefers to work remotely depends on his powers. Is he experienced and skillful enough to work with his clients remotely? The majority of beginning spell casters are unable to influence their clients sitting in an adjacent room, even if they use the most powerful magic tools purchased from the best occult shop. More experienced spell casters, including me, can cast spells on people regardless of their current location.
Moreover, magic spells can be cast via Skype, over the phone, using personal things and photographs. Cast by a truly professional spell caster, the spell produces the effect as if the client was sitting in front of the spell caster, holding his hands and looking into his eyes. Along with casting magic spells online, I can do fortune telling and perform cleaning rituals online. My help is always effective and my fortune-telling is always the most accurate.
However, I’ve written this article not to praise myself, but to answer some of the most burning questions my readers ask, such as “Should I order magic spells online?” and “Is it possible to buy useful and effective artifacts in an online magical shop?”
It seems to me that I’ve already answered the first question. If something remains unclear to you, please post your questions below. I’ll be happy to answer you. In the meantime, I’m going to tell you about how to choose a good occult shop.
I buy a lot of stuff from online stores myself, so I have some tips allowing me to distinguish a professional magical shop from a shop that sells souvenirs and accessories. I’m excited to share them with you and I hope that my tips will help you avoid buying something that will harm you instead of helping you.
1. First of all, I look through forums on occultism and magic and ask users whether any of them has ever purchased anything in that occult shop that I’m considering. Of course, I pay special attention to the replies of professional spell casters. They are the only people who can tell for sure if any artifact is magic or not, for they use them in their rituals and spells.
2. After that, I browse the Web for reviews on my magic shop. The main rule to remember is as follows: positive reviews may be fake (made up by the website owner), that’s why pay attention to the negative ones. Firstly, I count all the negative reviews – the less negative reviews there are, the better. Secondly, I read the negative reviews to understand what the people didn’t like about the store or its products. As a rule, users are disappointed in the product quality, service, or the store’s no-return policy.
However, negative reviews can also be posted by the competitors of your occult shop, so don’t jump to conclusions.
3. Then, I find out the quantity of items available for purchase in that magical shop. It’s very simple. As a powerful spell caster with experience in casting magic spells online, I know that it’s impossible to produce an amulet or artifact in large quantities. Each magic item is produced on some specific day. Its production requires specific ingredients and actions, and it sometimes takes weeks to prepare for it. So if an occult shop offers me to buy amulets or artifacts in large quantities (over 5 items), I know that they’re selling counterfeit products and they have nothing to do with magic.
Still, some amulets can be charged and they will actually have some magic effect. However, it takes a lot of time, too. Moreover, coming to a magical shop, I expect to be offered amulets that have already been charged with magic and don’t require customization. You don’t buy a box of parts to assemble a TV or DVD player on your own, do you?
4. I always use services that allow users to find out when exactly the website was created. Frauds don’t stay in business for long. The longer your website has been operating, the better. Also, I never buy stuff from online stores created on free services. This means that their owners treat their business irresponsibly.
5. I always contact the manager and technical support experts of an occult shop, and ask some product-related questions. As I’ve already said, I’m a powerful spell caster myself, I know how to cast magic spells online and know a lot about the products any magical shop sells, so I can easily evaluate the personnel qualification. Professionalism is critical for the personnel of any occult store! Low-qualified personnel means that the owner of the store doesn’t know a thing about magic and witchcraft. He may be a businessman (even a very successful one), but all he cares about is profits. That’s why his products are likely to be counterfeit, and it’s highly unlikely that he’s working with authentic rare magic artifacts.
6. Naturally, I do fortune telling to find out how helpful the artifact will turn out for me if I buy it. I use tarot cards, so I can find out if, maybe, someone is trying to cheat me, or if I will eventually regret buying that thing from that very store.
If I have absolutely no doubts left, I make my purchase. Of course, what I’ve described above requires a lot of time, however this helps me choose only the best magic products enhancing the effect of my rituals and spells. For me, that’s the only thing that matters.
If you’re looking for a good occult shop, try to use my tips. Hopefully, with my tips, you will never hurt yourself or anyone who you want to help using magic.
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