As a psychic and a Master Spell Caster, the one question I am confronted with by people the most is,
“If you’re psychic, and you cast Wealth Spells, why don’t you just win the lottery and stop working?”
First of all, I’d like to address the first portion of that question:
“Why don’t psychics win the lottery?”
We do. All kinds of people win the lottery, including psychics and spell casters. We just don’t put that information out there publicly. Why? Well, to be very blunt, most people think we’re either crazy or demonic or both. So we don’t tell most people in the general public what we do. To be honest, it’s not well-received when others ask me what I do for a living and I tell them I read auras, connect to spirit guides, own djinns, and cast spells for myself and others. So when people ask what I do, I usually just reply with, “I work for my husband.” It just makes my life easier. My husband owns his own business, and so no one ever questions that. I know that many of you reading this feel that not revealing my occupation to others is hypocritical, but let me explain why I have made the personal choice to keep my private business private.
I’d like to use the case of Elwood “Bunky” Bartlett as an example. In 2007, Mr. Bartlett won the lottery and came out publicly that he was a Wiccan. I remember his story vividly, and I was completely overwhelmed with delight when I heard that he had come forward to tell his story, openly, for all to see.
I thought, “This is fantastic! Perhaps we can all come out of hiding and reveal who we truly are! Perhaps we can openly be accepted by society!” And then this happened:
If you click on the image, you’ll be taken to a website titled, “retardzone”. Let’s not even get me started on the “R” word. But this wasn’t the only place Mr. Bartlett was ridiculed. I remember vividly that The Daily Show did a piece on the Wiccan’s lottery win and ridiculed and mocked him until I myself wanted to crawl into a hole and stay there. Oh, wait. I did, sort of. In fact, we all did. All of the Esoterics I knew saw what was happening, and like myself, decided it was best if we just left our kind the way we were: societal outcasts, devil worshippers, and People Who Were Damned To Hell. And hidden.
The stigma in our society against Psychics, Spell Casters, Astrologers, Divination Specialists, Wiccans, Gnostics, Druids, etcetera is just as terrifyingly rampant today as it was in the 1700’s, when the Salem Witch Trials occurred.
Yes, it is easier to simply state, “I work for my husband.” I will leave the lottery success stories in the media to those with more socially accepted professions, and I will also continue to dwell in my own safe haven of happiness and peace, because it just naturally feels better to be happy.
I would like to address the second portion of the question:
“Why don’t you stop working?”
I continue to work because I feel that everyone deserves to live a life that they love. I love all people, and I believe that everyone should get what they desire from life. Not everyone has the gifts that I have, and what’s a gift worth if you can’t give it to others? Why would I buy a lovely scarf for my sister-in-law for Christmas, take the time to wrap it extravagantly, and then hide it away in the closet? Who benefits from that? Gifts are for giving, and that’s what I do. I carefully craft spells for the benefit of others. I live my life with passion, and I enjoy what I do. I donate graciously to organizations that serve individuals with disabilities, because that is a cause I believe in. I encourage people, I love people, and I use my gifts accordingly, because I believe that it is everyone’s birthright to be, do, or have anything they want in life. I am blessed that I am able to provide the services I do to others. I live abundantly, and I want everyone to live the life of happiness that I am so fortunate to live. Some will believe in what I do, and others will not. It is the nature of the human condition, and I am not to judge the beliefs of others. I am to accept openly all beliefs and all people. Because we are all made of the same stuff. We are all part of The Universe. We are all One. Isn’t it wonderful to know that we all can have anything we want, if we choose to believe? I think so.
While we are on the topic, I would like to discuss another question I am asked often:
“Why do you charge for your services? If you can have all the money you want, why would you charge me money to cast spells for me and do psychic readings?”
The answer to this question is quite simple. What I do is time consuming, not to mention mentally, physically, and emotionally draining. If I were to perform spell castings and provide psychic services for free, people would come to me in droves, and eventually, there would be nothing left of me to give.
Also, the lengths I go to in order to procure the materials and ingredients I require for spell castings are very in-depth and arduous, to say the least. Do you have any idea the stealth it takes to gather friends to break into a graveyard during the second night of the full moon each month in order to dig up a grave to acquire a few used coffin nails? Not to mention the legalities of all of this. And let’s not even get into newt’s eyes. Do you really want to know what kinds of items are used in spell castings? Sometimes, ignorance is bliss. I’ll spare you the rest of the details now. Just understand that spell castings require more than waving a wand in the air and chanting a few Gregorian Chants.
Psychic Readings are especially draining as well. You have a lot going on up there in that noggin of yours. If it’s overwhelming for you, imagine how it feels for me. As an empath, I feel things magnified times 100, so when I connect to you, I am you x 100. I think you get the picture.
So yes, I do charge for my services, and no, I very rarely cast spells for myself. The reasoning for the latter portion of that statement can be explained like this: just as a person who cleans houses as a profession goes home to a dirty house, a person who casts spells as a profession is too damn tired to go to the effort to cast for oneself. That is not to say that the Professional Housekeeper has an unkempt home; it’s just not cleaned as often as say, a home belonging to a homemaker. Also, life is interesting without magick. Sometimes I like to leave room for mystery.
For those of you who are intrigued by what I do, or are interested in acquiring one or more of my services, I do have a website in the works. It’s new, and not completed, but you are free to take a peek.
Admit it. You’re curious.😉
Hopefully I have a newsletter coming in the near future. Which I can see pretttyyyy clearrrrrly.
For today, I hope that you all allow the light inside of you shine upon others, so that they may benefit from the goodness you have to offer.