How to choose a Spellcaster

Do you have a love-problem… issues… or just anything you “want”
so badly – that only a well-cast Spell could bring-about..?

And are you thinking about paying a professional to do that
Spellwork  for you?

Here’s some tips and things to consider before you do…

First of all, these are only my opinions, accept or disregard them
as you see fit.

Magic is a complex subject and its practitioners vary in both skills,
experience and attitude.

I offer the following tips as a sort of “community service” because I’d
hate to think of all the vulnerable and needy folks out there who may
get scammed by some unethical magic worker.

When you are down and out – heartbroken, poor, scared, lonely – it is
easy to be taken advantage of – this is true in all regards, but with
magic in particular.

Magic has a veil of secrecy; it seems exotic and unattainable by the
uninformed and the closed-minded – and in some instances it is.

Many people who seek to have magic done on their behalf know little
about the subject – they may have a willing and open mind but
have virtually no experience of using real magic successfully…

…being easy prey for charletans, unethical fakes and chancers who would
take their money and do no real magic on behalf of paying clients.

To me this a monumental betrayal of sacred trust. Such scammers are nothing
more than low-down purse snatchers!

Anyway, as a confession right off the bat and to avoid any appearance
of impropriety, I myself practice magic and *used* to offer my
own spellcasting services. I never claimed to be the most powerful
Spellcaster on the planet (others I know are much more naturally gifted).

Now I still retain a healthy interest in all things magic… and enjoy
an amazing amount of contacts in this field. But for me, my own paid
Spellcasting days are over.

Who to trust??

The above being the case, I have no ulterior motives in writing this guide,
nor do I wish to advertise my own work. There are a whole host of good,
ethical magic practitioners out there – I can help lead you to the
Spellcaster who is best for you. Not all workers are one-spell-fits-all,
they all have their own natuaral gifts and specialties (love, money etc).

With that being said, here are some things to think about:


Okay…So what’s the difference between all these magic practitioners?
Witches? Wiccans? Black Magic? Spiritual Workers? Psychics?
Voodoo Practitioners..?

Let’s imagine there’s a big umbrella called “Magic Practitioners.”
All the groups that fall under this umbrella practice some form of magic
either as a religious expression, for practical reasons as an effective
means to an end, and/or as a folk/ethnic custom.

Note that in every culture and religion there is some form of
magical practice, be it shamanic, Haitian Voodoo or mystical in nature
– the practice is not some New Age creation.

Some of these magic practitioners offer their services to the general
public in order to share their talents and eke out a living.
You can see broad example of these using a quick internet search.
(I know several, very powerful and gifted Spellcasters who simply
cannot cast certain spells for themslves – and thus use their gifts
for others to benefit from).

Witches and Wiccans:

Witches practice a type of magic called Witchcraft. This type of magic
is largely European in origin, and some of its focuses are on
incantations, chanting, ritual and group practice. In my opinion,
Witchcraft is a skill, not a religion, that can be developed by any
sincere student and can be thus incorporated by people of all religions.

To further confuse the subject, there is a peaceful, nature-revering
religion called Wicca (who follow the Wiccan Rede).

Many Wiccans practice a magic they also call Witchcraft.
To them, the practice of magic is one manifestation of their spirituality
and the act is religious in nature.

To many Wiccans, Witchcraft is a part of their religion, but not all Wiccans
practice magic. Not all Witchcraft practitioners are Wiccans.
See the difference?

Now, there are some who will disagree with my assessment, but that’s okay.
The magic that Wiccans practice is only “white” in nature, meaning they do
no magic to influence another and no magic (that influences and forces)
commonly referred to as “Black Magic.”

Indeed, the only practical working difference between “white” and
“black” magic is that there are times when a good magic spell really needs
to change or influence a situation…

…this is where “Black Magic” has its greatest use. (NOTE: a genuine
practitioner will never invoke forces that could pass on any “negative rebound”
or badness to you). I have come accross many folks who say that only
black magic gave them the situation they really wanted).

Wiccans are ruled by a tenant of their faith usually called
“The Law of three”: what you send out magically comes back to you
three times as strong. They will almost always refuse to do magic,
even good positive work, on a person who is unwitting.

** It should be a red flag to see a practitioner offering a “Black Death
Revenge Spell” who also claims to be some 9th Dan Wiccan High-Poobah.
A Wiccan would never do a death or revenge or even break-up spell for money.
Most Wiccans don’t take paid clients in any event (even if their power
is unusually strong for “white” magic).

Spiritual Workers:

A Spiritual Worker is the category I fall under. Basically a Spiritual
Worker is someone who combines prayer, religious petition, and magic on behalf
of their client. Usually the work they will take on is in the nature of
serving the universe. Although “Universal in nature” can be totally dependant
on the circumstance…

…sometimes getting rid of an abusive husband can be serving the Universe.
Sometimes getting rid of the home-wrecker who’s seeking to split apart
a married couple joined in holy matrimony can be a Universal act.
You see the issues here?

Many Spiritual Workers who practice magic, light candles for people
– prayers and candlework go nicely together. They might make up supplies
such as spiritual baths for their clients to use while praying,
and they might engage in various other magical practices, spells,
hands-on work, etc, on their behalf. The range of services a Spiritual
Worker will do on behalf of their clients is broad.


Psychics are folks who were born with, or have developed Extra-Sensory
Perception and thereby use their skills to counsel their clients on life issues.

Some psychics will use divination tools such as Tarot Cards to help them
in their efforts. A session with a psychic is typically called a reading.
Usually no magic work is included although there are exceptions.

Some magic practitioners are also readers to some extent or another,
and they will consult their talents/divination tools on behalf of
their clients. All magic practitioners should have some internal
feedback mechanism, psychic, intuitive, or otherwise, to guide their work,
but this is different from a psychic reader.

For instance; you would hire a reader to give you insights on a particular
situation, to make a decision more clear, or to ask questions.
A good Spellcaster can actually do something about it!


I am no expert on the religion of Voodoo. Vodou (Voodoo, Vodun) is a name
attributed to a New World syncretistic religion, or family of religions,
based on the faiths of the Fon, Ewe, and related peoples of West Africa,
of the Kongo people of Central Africa, and of Christianity.

It has strong magico-religious practices, and some of its devotees offer their
services as magic practitioners to the community. I would recommend further
reading on the subject. Wikipedia would be a great first step.


“Warlock” is not a term commonly used by magic practitioners.
In common parlance it is known to be a male witch. In my experience, as such,
I have never met a genuine male witch who referred to himself as a “Warlock”.


1) A prospective worker should always answer ANY initial queries you have
(but please don’t expect them to put up with obsessive and bothersome emails).

Their answers to your questions are the best way you can assess someone
you are considering hiring. Also, more importantly, a Spellcaster should want
to get the “feel” of you and your situation.

If, on a website for instance, you see a spell that exactly fits your wishes;
by all means go ahead, IF you feel the Spellcaster is genuine.

2) A good worker, upon request, will give you feedback about your particular
situation BEFORE doing magic and BEFORE you hire them. It’s just ethical.

When people used to contact me with a question, I’d first tell them if I can
take their case and then tell them whether it’s a reasonable expectation.

Now, of course magic can’t be guaranteed and no one ever knows for sure what
the outcome will be – but a magic worker should at least give you realistic
feedback if you email them. The Spellcaster, as a professional, is bound to
give honest advice to inexperienced clients.

3) A spell-caster should seek out information from you before casting the spell.
In order to do effective magic custom tailored to your unique situation,
the practitioner needs as much relevant information from you as you’re willing
to divulge.

4) All workers should give you thorough instructions on what to expect after
the magic work is done and steps you should take yourself to help protect
the outcome. Some Spellcasters will send you hints and tips on how to act as
your spell is being cast, and/or steps for simple meditation to help
the spell along.

Anyone who tells you that you don’t need to be positive about what you want
is not giving you a full service.

Sure, you can sit back and not give your magic a second thought, let your hired
professional do the work, and you will doubtless get fine results.
But a competent and thoughtful worker will as a minimum give you additional
suggestions, both magical and mundane, for things you can try to help move your
magic along.

Now, that is good magical work, and this is a realistic example of what
to expect from a quality Spellcaster.

It is also very important for the client to know what signs they’re looking for
once the spell is complete. Often a well-cast spell will not be at its
fullest-power straight away (even if there are some instant positive effects).

It does help to know what to expect – thus making *you* the client,
a lot happier!

An example of this would be if a woman was having magic done to reconcile
with an ex-lover. If at the end of a certain timeframe (1-2 months,
in my experience) her lover has not returned, she knows to ask the Spellcaster
either recast the spell or not.


In my experience, mostly “yes”

Sometimes even the strongest magic does not bear fruit, and this is not
the fault of your well-meaning, hard-working magic worker.

Sometimes doctors fail even though they tried their hardest and we don’t
assess blame. Sometimes the Reverend’s prayers do not save your loved one
from Death’s grip and we don’t blame the Reverend. We simply reassess our
desires, rework our intentions, make a new game plan, look for unlearned
lessons – and brush ourselves off and go on again.

Spells that don’t work are often not the fault of the competent, honest magic
worker and even then… all is not lost! A genuine and helpful Spellcaster
should offer to re-cast your spell or offer a “boost”, at no-more charge
(surprisingly this does often “save” many situations and result in success).
That’s the best, be it incomplete, advice I have on the subject – maybe this
will spur you on to try a Spellcaster yourself. Hopefully I have shed some
light on a subject many know little about.

If you’re contemplating having magic work done for you, let me give you a
virtual pat on the back – it shows you have both courage, a will for change
– and an open mind!

Congratulations for seeking whatever it is you want to change about
your situation; and I dearly hope and trust you find it a fruitful undertaking.

If you have any additional questions, please feel free to leave a comment
below – I enjoy exchanging with kindly folks.

May you realise and actualize all the abundant gifts the Universe has in store
just waiting for you. May you be happy and healthy, and may your heart know
its Divine nature.

All my prayers for love and peace,

– Jessica

PS: I am no longer taking new clients but continue to research all I can
on Spellcasting and Spellcasters. Magic still fascenates me!

Amongst the magical fakers and the inept Spellcasters I have the pleasure to be
aquainted with some of the most amazing, helpful and powerful people.
I have compiled some information to help my readers and you can now find it
here >>

Blessings and love to you all,

I hope you obtain your Heart’s desires <3