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By: / Novice
Post # 6
Brysing That is what makes a curse so powerful if its not real
Once you believe it its almost impossible to believe it's been broken by the time it's over many people lose everything
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Post # 7
Aye, fly low weather... or not at all. Gracious advice as to propriety of words.

Ahh... so an imagined curse set upon meself by an imagined woman bearing imagined fruit pies. Perhaps I shall imagine a curse of my own to lay at her pantry.
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By: Moderator / Adept
Post # 8
Curses are only real if you believe. You could curse me until the cows come home. They would not have the slightest effect.
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Post # 9
I imagine some might disagree with you as to the relationship between the efficaciousness of magic and belief. Not meself, admittedly. My problem I imagine is in part due to my desire to believe in said tantalizing curse! Ahh! Now we stumble upon another curse... Introspection! Much less appetizing than beautifully delicious witches! Perhaps a witch among us knows of a magic to strike self awareness away like cream crumbs brushed from shoulder.
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By: / Novice
Post # 10
Uh... Little confused by your quandary. You fear you have been cursed or you have fallen for a woman? [Sorry, your flowery language confuses me a bit]

If it's a curse you could do a cleansing of yourself and your home followed by a protection spell. Afterwards just ignore it. If you doubt your cleansing you can let negative energy back in. Also, as Brysing said, curses have power if you believe in them. Personally a curse has a little bite even if you don't believe, but your fear and negative energy feeds it, so it will go away if you ignore it. Without energy magick of any kind doesn't work.

If it's an infatuation with a woman I'm not too sure on the situation so I can't give much advice, but perhaps a honey jar to 'sweeten' her to your affections [but that might go against your morals]

Again, not entirely sure on your problem, but I hope I could of been of some help. Good luck to you.
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Post # 11
Sweet, Nekoshema... Thank you much for attempting to make some sense of my ramblings and even parse enough together to offer your very own solutions. Tell me more about your "Honeyjar"!?!?
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By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 12
Lope, the honey jar spell (and many variations) along with a many-pages-long thread can be found with a search.
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Post # 13
Aye, buy I may not seek just anybody's honey jar. Surely not all jars of honey are of the same flavor... and there is something magical in personalized exchange of thoughts, feelings, and ideas... something your alias suggests, no? Anyhow, thank you for your advice, sir. I will search out these varied honey jars. And extend my hopes that you find yourself and in that finding find some measure of comfort.
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By: / Knowledgeable
Post # 14

Seriously, cut the flowery language it does not help you one bit. To Brysings comment though, that is more personal perspective, some people believe Curses are more profound and 'ignoring it' makes it go away, some believe the other way around.

Can't tell you what is true or not, I'm not in your shoes. But from what you have been saying, I am going to agree with Brysing on this one though, mainly because it doesn't sound like a curse, just sounds like you're obsessing over someone.

And again, cut with that flowery high flown language, this is the 21st Century not Shakespeares era.

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Post # 15
The subject of my language is closed, weather whether you continue on about it or not. And as far as help is concerned I feel I've found several bits of knowledge here. Most helpful. The curse is real, given that their are differing ideas as to what a curse entails. Is it borne only from huddling over candles, salts and dolls? Could it be that their is magic fleeting as it might be in the attraction between two... an unwitting curse. If you do not have an answer it means not that there is error in the question. Mysteries abound in this life. Chanting "mote it be" is only flowery language, after all. Anyhow... I do appreciate the dialogue, friend.
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