When casting a love spell it is important to understand that the effect does not come from a single hit. There is no sudden bolt of love that strikes the intended recipient of the spell, rendering them helplessly in love with you. Genuine spells work by building up the emotion gradually, which is exactly the same as how we fall in love naturally.
We continue our series of interviews with people who have used love spells, with the remarkable story of Carey. Carey contacted us after having read Andrew’s story. That’s not her real name by the way, she wanted to retain a little anonymity. In fact, our interview was conducted via email, with questions and replies going back and forth over the course of a couple of weeks.
Hands up anyone who ever heard that casting a spell on someone could result in bad karma? Don’t be shy if you think that’s true, you’re certainly not alone. The good news is you’re wrong, but that’s ok, there are far worse things to be wrong about, right?
Most conversations I have about love spells, centre around their use in getting back together with an ex lover. Some people use them to get with someone they’ve had their eye on, but who isn’t showing the same kind of interest in return. But for some, a love spell is a way to find their soul mate.