Spells And Potions: How Safe Are Spells And Potions?

Magic has innumerable practices, out of which two of the most common are spells and potions. The reason is that they are aimed to alter reality according to our wishes and needs. Nonetheless, there are people, mainly religious fanatics, who scatter fear of spells and potions as a result of uncomprehending them. Therefore, when a person thinks on using spells and potions, he may ask how safe they are.

To understand this, we must start by taking a look at the supplies that are used to craft spells and potions. In the former, they are colored candles, herbs, crystals, gems and symbols, among others. In the latter, they are herbs–which are non-toxic. Each of these has specific magical attributes.

You may have already heard of the magical attributes from some of the supplies used in spells and potions. Red candles and Geranium can be used in love magic. Green candles and Mint can be used in money magic. Blue candles and Eucalypt can be used in health spells. Revenge spells are often done with wastes such as feces and poisonous plants.

Next, we must take a look at the aspect of spells and potions that frames results: intent. Let us say a magician will do a love spell for you. But what will it do? Make a person fall in love with you? Draw your soul mate to you? Sometimes two spells and potions can be crafted using the exact same supplies, although their intent differs.

The intent of spells and potions is specified at the moment of casting them. A simple way to do this is by decreeing the wish or visualizing the outcome. Other ways are by strategically mixing the letters of a decree and then crafting a symbol or chant out of them.

The supplies used in love, money or health spells and potions have different magical attributes than those used in harmful magic. The intent of the former has nothing to do with harm. Therefore, spells and potions can not harm you accidentally; they are safe.

The supplies used in these will act according to their magical attributes and the intent will do what it frames—only. Despite this, many magicians prefer to decree “that this spell harms no one” right before casting spells and potions. There is nothing wrong with that if they feel safer. Indeed, I tend to do that overall when working for others since it brings them comfort as well.