OK, so you need money, and you need it fast. We’ve all been there. One of the most common times that the non-casting masses turn to magic is in financial hardship. I’ve had more than a few people request a money drawing spell from me. I’ve also had people tell me that these spells can’t possibly work because if they did everyone would be rich. It’s a valid point, if you can simply cast a spell to gain money why doesn’t everyone do it? In short, because it isn’t as easy as it looks. There are certain protective measures in place to assure that these spells aren’t abused. Money Magic alone will not make you rich and famous over night, but if you are really in a pinch magic can toss you a rope. I will lay out the rules for you in short and let you decide if the spell you’ve found will be useful or not.
1. Don’t ask for money unless you need it.
If you have plenty of money coming in already, asking for more is an easy way to lose what you have. Ask only for what you need.
2. After casting a money magic spell do not turn down help.
So you can’t afford rent. You’re busting your butt working two jobs and the bills keep growing. You do a spell and the next day a friend offers to help you with the rent. Now is not the time to be modest. Money gained from magic does not always show up as a check in the mail or cash in your pocket. If you needed money for food and food shows up, accept your gift and be happy.
3. Do everything you can to get money without magic.
Most people find this one hard to grasp. Why should I have to make money without magic if the magic will actually work? Well, here’s the thing, money magic spells request help in making money. If you aren’t going to do anything to try to help yourself your request will almost certainly get denied. However, a well placed money spell can most certainly get you an interview where you wouldn’t have gotten one, or open up a position for which you are very qualified. Essentially magic is not for the lazy, if you do not try you will not succeed.
4. If you are using an offering tray NEVER remove money or objects from it.
A quick spell to bring in extra cash, offering plates to money gods work quickly and easily, but not without consequences. After sacrificing money little by little to the dish it is very tempting to take it back out. This money is conveniently placed and not being used so why not takes some and simply replace it later? Because the money is being used. The more money you offer the more rolls in, but this concept also works in reverse. If you take money out of the dish money comes out of your income. An offering dish is not a savings account. Once you put money in it is no longer yours to take out.
5. Give it some time, don’t wait by the phone.
This is true of any spell. Once a spell is cast the most common mistake is to sit and wait anxiously for something to happen. A watched pot is slow to boil. After you cast your spell just be confidant that it will eventually yield results and carry on doing what you need to do to get by. Patience is often rewarded.
6. Do not set a time limit.
A money spell with a time limit will almost assuredly go wrong. If you ask for money
NOW you will be disappointed. One of two things happens when you are impatient with magic. Either the spell flops and does nothing or the spell backfires. This could mean going broke, but it could also mean getting money in a way that is painful, and not worth asking for, such as through the death of a loved one, the sacrifice of a relationship, or worse.
7. Do not demand money from a particular source.
This is just downright cocky. Who are you to decide where the money should come from? It is ok to ask for a job; it is not ok to ask for a specific job with specific pay, benefits, and a specified start date and location. Magic is about bending the laws of nature not rewriting them. If you won’t bend the world won’t bend around you.
8. It is perfectly ok to do a money spell for someone else.
Magic looks kindly on acted of selflessness. If your friend is in financial hardship and you cannot help, doing a spell asking for assistance on their behalf it not only ok, but admirable. Just remember the same rules apply.
In a nutshell, magic can assist you in getting money. There is plenty floating around, you just may not know where to look. Don’t be lazy and don’t demand anything. Send a request properly and it will be answered properly. Good luck and happy casting.
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