Post by metalcherry on Jan 2, 2009 23:48:37 GMT 10
When i was in highschool - The Craft came out in the cinema and me and my friends became obsessed with it trying all the spells they brought up.
I got a book (which belonged to my mum, she was a bit of a wild child like me in the past) and there was one where you wrote letters in sequence on a piece of paper, you keep it in a safeplace and it keeps your home safe from evil spirits and creatures.
I did this and a few years later when i was moving out, i came across the piece of paper and it says never destroy it or bad things will happen to your home. So i have kept it safe ever since in fear of bad things.
Has anyone ever tried any spells for a joke? I still laugh at my friends and I doing "light as a feather, stiff as a board"
Post by metalcherry on Jan 12, 2009 9:19:25 GMT 10
Im lucky my mums quite wild - she loves the supernatural just like me and she has several books on the subject thus the reason why i learned so much on it!
I think with film culture such as The Craft spurted a bout of interest amongst the young for a while to try it out. The ouiji board is something i would never participate in i do not believe but its fun to try the other spells. there has been a few experiences amongst myself and friends where they have proven successful - at times a few too successful!
Post by GraveyardHound on Apr 16, 2012 6:47:22 GMT 10
Yes I have and more than 1 and on more than 1 occassion but not before long preperation, usually a month or more, depending what I was summoning or what I willed to happed. I don't talk about it much as some will think it is all BS, trying to get attention, etc. Let them think what they choose. If happy thoughts were intended by the writerss of the books I use, the books would never have been written and/or compiled.
"Everybody lies and people don't change". "Like the philosopher Jagger said, "You can't always get what you want". "You could throw a dart at all the adjectives between "arrogrant" and "unhinged" and I'm sure you'd hit one that best describes me". "Idiots are fun, that's why every village wants one". "No "free will"? Quick get Thomas Aquinas for a second opinion".