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Forums -> Spell Suggestions -> Self-Illusions spell

Self-Illusions spell
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Post # 1
Hi. I think there should be a spell that makes you change your appearance to what you want people to see you as, but not to change your real appearance. Something to make people think that you're somebody else.
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Re: Self-Illusions spell
By: / Novice
Post # 2

Those that change other peoples opinion of the way you look are glamour spells.

There is debate about whether these work or not but I personally do not believe that even if they do work, they could turn you into someone else (in their eyes).

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Re: Self-Illusions spell
By: / Beginner
Post # 3
You're definitely thinking of glamours. Opposed to what H2O said, I think glamours work and can be beneficial, if used for the right purpose. Try ones for letting your confidence shine through, or to exaggerate a certain aspect or trait about yourself.
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Re: Self-Illusions spell
By: / Novice
Post # 4

4quaman

I wasn't saything that they don't work, I was simply stating that turning yourself into another person wouldn't work, and that people have varying beliefs on whether glamours actually work or not.

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Re: Self-Illusions spell
By: / Novice
Post # 5
I find the idea of glamour spells interesting. That is, some people believe they can work to a large extent (almost like a difference of Cinderella's transformation), and some others who believe they work on a more subtle level (such as making that new pimple less glaring to others, or that missing tooth seem less offensive).

I think, so some extent, that confidence in one's self goes a lot farther than a glamour.
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Re: Self-Illusions spell
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Post # 6

Agreed, that this most resembles a Glamour(s) spell. The ability to have someone see you from a different perspective than previous to the spell. Some believe that it can even make the person(s) glamoured to see a physical difference as well. That would be an interesting idea depending on the situation, person or group of persons involved.

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Re: Self-Illusions spell
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Post # 7

I would suggest trying somthing related to finding confidence, or maybe self value spell. I have personally cast a courage spell on myself and i feel alot braver in being myself and everyone seems to think of me better. I was really quiet, but now i have lots of friends! This is just a suggestion, but try what you like!

But remember, you can't affect free will!

An' ya harm none, do what a will. May the God and Goddess bless you and have a nice day!

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Re: Self-Illusions spell
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Post # 8
I had attempted a glamour spell once. I did this knowing very well what magic can do for you. I was well aware of the fact that I can't make someone think I'm someone else. I can't physically alter the way I look, or make someone think I resemble Kim Kardashian.

However, I knew I might be able to manipulate how others perceive me (psychologically). I had already established a reputation, a positive one through years served, I just needed a change and fast. I felt like I was stagnate.

That being cleared up, I used candle magic (a glamour spell) to be 'seen' a certain way by my coworkers. It was done with the intent to boost my confidence, appear more credible, and to be seen as influential. So, in a way, it kind of intertwined with the Laws of Attraction. I believe therefore I am.

I did this to attract opportunities and encounters with the right people. I carved certain words that described how I wanted to be seen on a candle and dressed it accordingly... Yes it worked, a little to well, but it did not come without consequences.

I was seen the way I had intended to be, but jealousy reared it's ugly head and I became a target. I was given praise by the right people, I did genuinely work hard in accordance, and rightfully attained success, but then I was perceived as a threat. Things got pretty toxic. I had to quit my job after 15 years.

That last month was the most miserable I had ever been. When one of my coworkers berated me she 'coincidently' used the same words I carved into my candle, but she used it in a negative manner.

Nature has a funny way working things out, when you try to interfere with it's laws - I guess one would have to determine if it's worth it or not. Lesson learned. But I have a better job now.. So the wheel keeps turning...

Oh boy...I just realized how I rambled on...sorry folks. Anyways, that's my interpretation of a glamour spell.
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