The myths abound only among those who stubbornly refuse to believe. It is a tragedy that the young, twentieth century religion correctly known as Wicca has been branded as nothing more than an evil realm of sorcery and misdeeds and malevolent intentions. But these same doubters have their doubts about a great many other religions, a lot older than Wicca practices, as well. And these ancient religions perhaps familiar to some of you have a lot in common with Wicca. There is one overriding theme preached or advocated by sages, deacons, rabbis, gurus, and the like.
And that is to love with all your heart and in whatever you do and set out to achieve in the short time you are here on Mother Earth. Yes, Wicca devotees, the numbers are growing these days, regard earth as their mother. And many more folks who are starting to believe and very much in need of love in their lives are turning to the internet to find real love spells proposed by Wicca practitioners or those well-versed in the mystical arts of casting spells with reasonable and pleasant outcomes. And that is one myth that needs to be cast into the fire straight away. If magic spells are approached with a correct attitude and cast by a practitioner who is qualified and experienced, there will be no evil in the house. Only love.
Thankfully, creative and responsible advocates of life and love have done sterling work in helping to dispel the unfortunate myths and fallacies that continue to surround real love spells. There may still be a necessary fairy tale story time ritualistic world of witches and wizards for everyone out there, but think on this for a moment. How do all fairy tales end? It usually has a happy ending, does it not? And a traditional and popular ending entails the handsome prince sweeping the young starling quite off of her feet.
And as you know the story well by now, they go on to live happily ever after. But love is still real. Witches are real too, but they are nothing of the sort associated with fairy tale story telling. Then again, there have been those rare encounters of the good witch in those stories. In real life it does seem rather unfortunate that homilies are laced with negative possibilities as in the marriage mantra of for better or for worse. Why not for better and for ever after? To answer that question and a great deal more to do with real love spells, you really would have to consult a real life witch.
She’ll also ward off those evil eyes too, if you want. But do be patient with her. Do not expect her magic wand to yield positive results overnight. It takes time to build a truly authentic love spell. This is real and no fairy tale, that much we can assure you, story tellers that we are.