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How to Choose a Real Spell Caster

Updated on March 20, 2010
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I began my journey in the Occult back in1992 when I discovered Satanism. Since then, I have shared my ideas on Satanism with the world.

Choosing the Right Spell Worker is not Easy

Magic is Real, and spell casting is real too. And there is a real industry in spell casting and psychic reading. While there are many genuine spell casters, there are many who pose as spell casters and their game is to take as much of your money as they can.

To find a real spell worker, you might be tempted to look up spell caster reviews. Unfortunately, these reviews and website guest books can be full of fake information sometimes designed to persuade you into spending your money or written by other spell casters to ruin the reputation of a competitor. So, how do you know how to choose an authentic spell caster?

With all of this information, you may feel like its impossible to find a real spell caster. Because of this, I have assembled a guide to choosing a spell caster based on their character and motives. These questions may help you to make your decision based on reasoning. Maybe this guide will help you to choose the best spell caster for your needs.

You can have a real spell cast if you know where to look and how to choose a legitimate spell worker to work along with.

Questions to Consdier

A guide to choosing a real spell caster

There might be ethics in certain kinds of spell work, but i think that there should be a general business ethic when it comes to spell casting for money. Some disagree with the idea of charging for spell work, but I consider it a professional service, a talent, and an art that deserves money in compensation for the time and expertise spent on real spell craft.

Below, is a list of questions and discussions to get you to think about spell casting as a business so that you can understand how to choose a good spell worker.

In these questions the word 'scammer' refers to illegitimate spell casters (the ones that rip clients off for their money). These questions are based on my experience in hearing the stories of many people who have come to me for spell advice after they spent money on a spell worker and never got results.

Points to consider when choosing a spell worker

1.Have they told you that you are cursed and that you need multiple cleansing spells to get rid of your 'evil presence' that is in your life?

A common tactic used by scammers to get the client to believe that they are hopelessly cursed, even a curse that the scammer claims is generational, so that they must spend a large sum of money to have the curse removed. The client, not aware of any occult or witchcraft knowledge, complies out of fear and pays the money to have the cleansing done. Sometimes it is very expensive.

A good spell caster would not tell you that you are cursed or demand money from you to remove curses.

2.Have the spellcasters made you feel uncomfortable, nervous, scared or frightened?

What if the scammer fills your mind with fear and gives you so much stress that you end up with nightmares, which the scammer then uses as part of the so-called proof of the spell working? Did you suffer nightmares from dealing with them during the spell work? Did you experience stress related bodily effects or depression because of your experience?

A good spell caster would be able to alleviate your fears and help you to feel comfortable.

3.Have the spellcasters threatened you with what they called magical repercussions, or magic that will return to you, and required you to get numerous cleansing or protection spells to protect you?

That is another form of intimidation. it may come after the spell is cast, in an emergency session to help protect you from a spells effects. The idea is ridiculous to a real, experienced spell caster and to use that as intimidation, it becomes a method of manipulation.

A good spell caster would not frighten you or mentally manipulate you to bend your will.

4.Have they prevented you from seeking outside help, forbidding you to see no one else but them for spellwork?

The scammer might threaten you that your spell will be undone if you this, and its another form of control. It should be your own choice on who you consult with when you are getting spell work done.

A good spell worker has a reputation to uphold and nothing to hide so positive feedback that you give to the rest of the world is only a benefit to them. the best advertisement is by word of mouth.

5.Have they taken substantial amounts of money from you while you have gotten no results?

You would be surprised at how scammers have robbed people for years using their methods of control and manipulation. It is not uncommon for a scam to go on for more than a year. Face it, if you don't get results, even within a few months, its time to re-asses your goals in what you want from spell work or to find another spell worker that can give you more than empty promises for all the money that you have spent.

A good spell worker gets the job done without piling on massive amounts of extra spellwork

6.Is the spell caster demanding of your time and attention, so much that you feel out of control?

Scammers want as much control as they can get. They do this in subtle ways. If you feel that you don't have the room to breath and you are being controlled night and day then maybe its time to take a step back and look at your situation. An ethical spell caster will cast spells for you and wouldn't tell you how to live your life. The choices should be yours, not theirs.

A decent spell caster wouldn't invade your privacy or demand to control your life in any way. They might set boundaries as to how far involved that they get in your affairs, which is only the right thing to do in a business relationship.

7.Does your spell caster take your wishes and desires into consideration, or do they try to manipulate you into accepting what they want?

Do they tell you what to think and how to feel? Does your spellcaster put ideas into your head through conversations to manipulate your feelings and to manipulate your choices? A scammer will try to do this and by gaining control of you they have more access to your hard earned money.

A good spell caster would listen to you and be there for you when you need them.

8.Does your spell caster offer you a choice or a plan that is suited to your situation in specific?

Is there no consultation, counseling or choices offered to you during the spell casting process?Does the spell caster listen to your desires, or does the scammer offer you only one choice that they give to solve your problems?

A real spell caster would be able to make any kind of spell that is created just for your situation, instead of giving you generic solutions at a costly price.

9.Does your spell caster offer you proof of the spellwork, via photographs or videotaped recording of the spell?

Most scammers will call you via phone, or send you an email. That does not prove a thing to you..and they could have not done your spell at all. So all they had to do is get your money then hand you a script describing what they did. That is how the scammers make their cash.

A great spellworker can show you real footage of your own personal spell either through photographs or videotape. Without this evidence you're only left with the option to trust the spellworker that the spell was done.

10.Does your spell caster guilt you into paying for extra spell work?

This is not uncommon in scam spell work - they will try to get you to pay for extra services along the way even though you never requested it. They will suggest spell after spell to get you to spend more and more. A good spell worker would be able to cast your spell just once and have it work instead of bargaining with you to get more money and spellwork done.

A professional and compassionate spell worker would not need to convince you that you need more than you actually do.

11.Does your spell caster charge you money for spell work or rituals that were done without your knowledge or consent (because it was in 'your best interest')?

Some scammer spell workers will do magic for you without your knowledge or permission (or claim that they did) so they can take your money. They will claim that it is in your best interest and that you needed that extra 200$ protection spell, just in case.

A decent spell caster would not cast spells without consulting their client first.

12.Did they make you sign a contract of secrecy or take an oath of silence so that you would not talk to anyone about their spellwork?

Any scammer who is worth their weight in money knows that they don't want to get their name out in the public as being a scammer. To prevent you from having second thoughts or from going to the authorities they tell you not to talk to anyone else about your spell work. Sexual abuse survivors experience the same kind of emotional blackmail.

For example, 'if you tell on me, then i will have your family killed, locked up etc.'. Do not put it past a scammer to threaten your family or your safety either in person or magically, if they try to get you to sign or swear to a confidentiality agreement. They obviously have something criminal to hide if they want you to keep your mouth shut.

A real spell caster has nothing to hide and they would never threaten their client. they are there to help you, not to make your life worse.

13.Do they ask you for personal identity numbers, date of birth, bank account numbers, or social security numbers?

Now while it is not uncommon to have LEGITIMATE spell casters ask for photographs or date of births, it is suspicious and very dangerous to reveal to anyone your personal bank acct. number, your social security or anything else that they can use to have direct access to your funds. Your bank account could be cleaned out in a matter of minutes and they disappear, never to be found again.

Some other obvious things to watch out for:

The spell casters claim to be part of a large coven of witches - Some of these scammers have been exposed as men, posing as a 'coven of female witches' online. Its easy for them to do when they are posing as something they are not online.

Spell casters that claim to graduate from universities - there are some who claim to graduate from universities with degrees but if you take the time to do the quick background check you will see that such degrees and courses never existed and the scammer is lying.

Watch out for spellcasters from South America, Brazil and Mexico. They are notorious for internet fraud via spellwork.

Also, Watch out for spellcasters who ask for payment via western union, cash, or bank transfer as sometimes those funds can not be traced, so if you wanted to take them to court there is no way to prove that the money was taken by them

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    • JeremyCrow profile image


      8 years ago

      Good points. Thanks for sharing this guide!

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      8 years ago

      Nice article!

      kindly provide me genuine spell casters contact details....pls ... am struggling hard to get rid of hell lot of problems and the person who treated me long back is no more alive to help me out.

    • damagedinc profile image


      9 years ago

      Nice lens!


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