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Frequently Asked Questions


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Q My spells generally work – well, more than 50% of the time, if not 90% or more. So why should I buy your book?


A: If you're happy with your level of success, then there's no reason to buy the book.


Q: Your book sounds like it's aimed at people who are already casting spells, maybe even for years. I've never practised magic before: will your book help me?


A: Of course! While I wrote this book with those who were already practising magic in mind, it's an easy to read, how to guide which  is just as suitable who knows nothing about magic beyond what they've seen in the likes of 'Harry Potter'.  


Q: Why should I buy a book from someone who believes in something as outdated / irrational / insane as magic?


A: No reason at all.  Have a nice life.  Perhaps you'd take a look at 'Skeptics/Authorities'.


Q: Are you a Wiccan / Druid / New Ager / Chaos magician / or what?


A: I am first and foremost a practical magician.


Q: Will I have to change my beliefs, or take on a particular religious belief, in order to cast successful spells?


A: Absolutely not!  This is a book about the practical side of magic, not formal religious belief. And it is not necessary to adopt a particular religious belief in order to practice magic.  For some people (eg, many Wiccans), religion and magic are very much linked, but it is not a prerequisite for successful spell casting.


Q: What do you mean by 'charging' a piece of jewellery for me?


A: One way that magic can be practised is to enchant an object, perhaps some jewellery, although it can be almost anything, to have a magical effect for a client. For example, you might want to feel more confident in social situations.    A ring charged with such a quality will then transfer that aspect of confidence to the person who is wearing it.


Q: What do you mean by 'readings.  Do you mean Tarot cards? And why should I hire you, rather surf the net and ring someone?


A: I sometimes use Tarot. There is absolutely no reason why you shouldn't shop around.  In fact I'd recommend it – choose the reader who appeals to you.  Generally, when I do a reading for a client it is to look for the less obvious elements that may be contributing to the problem so that the magical work to resolve it can be better targeted.


Q: Are you a medium?


A: No, I'm too broad across the shoulders.  



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