Can You Use Love Spells on Celebrities?
A question I am asked on a regular basis is “Can I use a love spell on a celebrity?” The answer is yes, but there is a big caveat…
Falling in love with celebrities is something that been happening since, well, there have been celebrities to fall in love with! Many people assume that it’s the sort of thing only lovesick teenagers do, but in fact it happens to people of all ages, all the time.
It’s easy to see why as well. People on television and in film are increasingly on show. They get more coverage than ever before. And more often than not they are very attractive. Partly because they already had certain attributes that got them noticed and thus to where they are, and partly because fame and money buys nice clothes and better than average personal grooming.
So what about using a love spell on, say, a film star? Certainly a good professionally prepared spell will work on a celeb as well as it will work on the girl or boy next door. They are human after all. Here’s the catch though; the spell will make the person you’re casting it on have strong feelings of love and desire for you, but they won’t know who you are, so they won’t be able to do anything about those feelings.
From their point of view, they will be falling in love with someone who exists only in their imagination. They’ve never met you, so have no way of knowing that the love they have is for someone very real.
Given this limitation, should you use a love spell on a celebrity? If you think there is a chance that they will meet you and therefore fall in love with you, then absolutely. But for most people, that’s not going to happen, and casting a spell us just going to give you false hope.
One final word on this, speaking as someone who has previously worked in television and has met more than my fair share of famous people. Most of them are a big disappointment in “real life”! It’s easy to fall in love with an on-screen persona, but no matter how well we think we might know someone in the public eye, the reality is, in my experience at least, often very different. In other words, you might think you’re in love with a celebrity, but in fact you’re in love with their public image, not the real them.