Re: RE: Meet a Someone Famous By: prsona / Knowledgeable Oct 21, 2015
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I've never done such a work before. Then again, I've never had to. Somehow I've been in the company of some fairly well-known people off and on my entire life -- from going to church with well-known NFL players when I was growing up, to having actors as substitute teachers in high school, to working at a store visited by actors, production crews, and entertainment executives, to running the behind-the-scenes 'stuff' for massive events attended by national leaders.
There's one thing, though: They're just regular folks. And many of them get tired of being pummeled by fans wherever they go. If they want to leave the house, they have to be "on" the whole time.
As one of my high school classmates used to say (and I apologize in advance for being a little gross): "They get gas, too."
Rubie, the thing about magic is that it has limits. Best example I like to use is the bendable wall, spells/rituals being the things that push on the wall, the wall being reality, although it can slightly bend it, it never breaks the wall, aka reality. The kind of spell you are talking about would be considered one that breaks it, due to the fact it bends so many odds to your whim, too many to actually work, there may be good luck spells/rituals similar to it, but none of them guarantee the result as much as influence by a small portion the chance of a better result.
Re: RE: Meet a Someone Famous By: prsona / Knowledgeable Oct 22, 2015
Post # 6
Perhaps I came accross a bit harsh. Some other things to consider, though, are likelihood and possibilities. If you just leave it as 'someone famous,' you might encounter a local celebrity, such as a news caster or someone in a successful local band, for example. If you're hoping to meet a Hollywood actor, then whether there's a movie or tv show being filmed in your area, or you live in a good vacation spot would be a factor.
A lot more people are believing in the laws of attraction -- which is precisely how some spells work.
Re: RE: Meet a Someone Famous By: Rubies Oct 22, 2015
Post # 7
U didn't come off harsh at all. I know celebs are people like everyone else they have their problems. I guess because I was bored I thought meeting a celebrity might add a little excitement. Probably won't but hey who knows?
Re: RE: Meet a Someone Famous By: WeatherHelm Feb 04, 2018
Post # 9
Meeting someone famous doesn't actually have to be a "famous"spell/ritual. You could simply do a luck spell/ritual to increase the odds. I mean I'd love to meet more famous people. But I'd rather use luck spells for money . Just kidding