So I Have been looking for spells for fertility and ran across a lady name Mia angel. She cast fertility spells and they are really cheap. I'm thinking about going on and purchasing one. I've been trying to Concieve for 3 years now and I've tried everything from preseed to Chinese herbs and nothing seems to work. I might buy the twin spell it won't hurt to try. Has anyone ever heard of her before?
Re: Heard Of Mia Angel? By: .StarPower. / Novice Jul 18, 2015
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Have you tried getting medical advice as to why you are not conceiving? I would think to do this before any magickal spells or rituals. It would certainly give you ideas, maybe even answers, as to why, and if you even can become pregnant.
Re: Heard Of Mia Angel? By: Marshayla Jul 18, 2015
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Yes I've Gotten Medical Help And There's Nothing They Can Do Besides IVF ( Which Is $20,000) -_- And I've Done Research On Her And Plenty Of Women From Different Baby Forums Have All Said Wonderful Things About Her. Her Success Rate Is 93% So For 10 Bucks It's Not Hurting Anything. Plus The Money Goes To Charity. But I Just Thought Somebody From SoM Might Have Heard Of Her.... Guess Not
Do not give them person information such as credit cards and bank account.
Try and understand the work being done by talking to the person. Ask "How will you perform the work? What will you be using?" ect.
Make sure the work being done isn't from a system that requires initiation, if the work does require initiation into a certain religion or system of magic, check around for their legitimacy in the community.
Talk with them, look for key words and hints at buying something further than the work being done, such as "a dark cloud over your head, more work needs to be done, get this item here for x amount of money to complete the work." This is a classic scam; a snow ball effect which could cost $100's dollars.
You've probably set your mind on what you want to do, which is fine. Just be safe when working with psychic readers, witches, or spiritual and conjure workers. There are probably a few websites that help with finding a legitimate worker, such as the AIRR, and organizations helping to stop fraud such as SAFE.