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Hey quick question
Post # 1
Okie Dokie so I'm the middle child and I don't have very good friends that don't treat me with the same respect that I give them, so my life can get pretty lonely.
So my question is- Can you create a twin?
I've only seen two spells so far about twin making and I've always wanted a twin. Before you go to tell me that Magic can't give you superpowers or change your DNA, my thought was that if people have the ability to summon a demon,spirit,angel, familiar ect ect, why is summoning a twin any different. I know that it's going to be hard to do and creating a life differs from a spirit. But does it have a chance of working?
Recap of Question: Can you summon/create a twin? Or Is it possible to do so?
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Re: Hey quick question
By: / Novice
Post # 2
No, not what you are describing.

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Re: Hey quick question
Post # 3
Sorry, magick doesn't work like that. You cannot create a twin. Twin spells, are fake and just used for fun... :( im sorry
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Re: Hey quick question
By: / Novice
Post # 4
This thread has been moved to Other Spells Discussion from Welcome.
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Re: Hey quick question
By: / Novice
Post # 5

As everyone has already told you and as you already know, such a thing is not possible. When people summon spiritual creatures they are just that, spirits, not physical. You cannot twitch your nose and make a person out of thin air.

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Re: Hey quick question
By: / Beginner
Post # 6
Sadly magic doesn't work like that.

Just look for better friends.
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Re: Hey quick question
By: / Novice
Post # 7
I do believe that you can talk to former versions or older versions of one's self with a bit of practice and understanding. I've been doing this for years. It's not the same as having a twin, but it does make for interesting conversation on the astral!

Be warned - sometimes you find things out about yourself you'd rather not know, but it is rewarding in the end.
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Re: Hey quick question
Post # 8
Sorry magick doesn't work like that you cannot summon or conjure or create a twin using magic, only way to have a twin is at birth that would be the only way
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Re: Hey quick question
Post # 9
The closest thing I have heard of would be to help in finding your soul-twin. it is sort of like the idea of a soul partner/soulmate, but instead of being a person who is 'meant for you' in the sense of lovers, it is more a concept of another person who is karmically aligned with you in a way that means you stand to learn a lot from each-other when it comes to spiritual development, and such learning/sharing would come much easier than with others because of your compatibility.

In Lieu of your troubles with your friends, the best i can do to help is answer your issue with a question to reflect on. You don't need to actually answer in the forum here, but think on it for a while. It might give you some personal insight.

"If your friends are taking advantage of you unfairly, why are you keeping them around as your friends?"

the trick to this reflection is to not just stop at the surface or with the first answer that comes. Dig into it. Consider where that answer comes from. Or where that idea comes from. Why is it that you think or feel that way? And, most importantly, consider ways that you can change or improve on it.

I used to have similar issues, where many of my early 'friends' used to just take advantage of my giving nature, and so I would always be the one buying lunch, or getting people birthday gifts, or paying for movies, or being the one in the car driving everyone else around. In the end, it was costing me more than i could afford to sustain myself with the actual bills i was responsible for. And any time i tried to say no, i couldn't because I would feel guilty about it.

When I tried to reflect on it, for the longest time my first answer to that very same question above was a simple "Because I am a door mat." And of course the first instinct was to put every thought after on them. "because they expect it." "because they wouldn't be my friends otherwise." "because whey are the only ones who would be my friend." and so on.

It wasn't until I started reflecting on what I was doing, and on what choices I was making, that I finally learned something valuable. When i did, the internal conversation started going like this;

"I am a doormat."
"Why are you a doormat?"
"because i am afraid of dissappointing others."
"Why does that concern you?"
"because i feel responsible for keeping them happy."
"it is good to help make others happy, but happiness is a choice. You can not make them happy. That is their responsibility. Why are you trying to take that responsibility away from them?"
"Because i want to have friends."
"Would saying 'no' or 'not today' or 'I can't afford it' or 'I don't have time' really lose you any?"
'Well, I don't know. Maybe."
"And if a friend was so shallow as to cease being friendly because of this, what, exactly, have you lost that is worth keeping?"

It was about that point where I hit my epiphany on the situation. Full disclosure, it wasn't an easy internal conversation to have, and it took several repeats and versions. No one wants to recognize their faults and fears. It is difficult to be brutally honest with one's self. And even then, it was a lot of work in being aware of myself and when i was falling into that personal trap I laid out for myself. it took a long time for me to change my habits. When I did manage it, I discovered that while some of my friends were surprised by the changes I made, most of them respected my position. The others I just stopped hanging out with.

Friends come and go throughout life anyways. i made more, i lost touch with some, I made more again... In the end I learned that I was the one who was causing my own problem.
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