I have been seeing a lot questions asking either "is this spell real," does this spell work," do I need follow all of the ingredients/instructions for this spell," or "can someone cast/make a spell for me?" Well the answer to these questions isn't a simple yes or no. Spells: Real or Fake? The truth is, a spell can neither be real nor fake. Spells are just a tool used to channel energy and thus accomplish a goal. Do Spells Work? Whether the spell succeeds or not isn't because of the spell itself, its because of the witch. If you don't believe that the spell will work when your casting it then the spell has little chance of actually working. There is no such thing as a faulty spell, but there is a such thing as a faulty witch. Do I Need To Follow The Spell Precisely? A spell could be a simple as just saying "make me get a job at walmart" or could be as complicated as waiting for a specific time that would only happen once every 1000 years and involving ingredients from around the world. Spells can be adjusted to fit you and your lifestyle. Ingredients aren't needed and most instructions can be changed. Do ingredients help with the spell; in most cases yes. Are they needed, no. Can Someone Cast/Make A Spell For Me? The fact of the matter is, any spell that you make or cast yourself will most likely be more powerful than if someone does it for you. Also, spells are just tools; if you don't want to use a spell or don't know how then just don't use a spell. Instead, think of what you what the outcome of your desire to be and then visualize this coming true. Then do this technique as often as you can until your desire comes true. This technique is simple and only requires a minute or two to complete. You don't need a super experienced witch to cast a spell for you, you can do it too. All you need to do is believe in yourself and your abilities. All in all, whatever kind of spell you wish to do, you just need to find one that "clicks" with you. By the way, the title is a combination of "Spells" and "Catastrophe," if anyone was wondering.