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Simple Love Potion
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I have a question about the Simple Love Potion recipe.
Rose Petals
Salt
Water
Cinnamon
Lemon Juice
Voice
Belief
Bowl
Whisk/Spoon
Tablespoon
Teaspoon
Jar/vile


This potion you slip in a drink of the person you want to fall in love with you


Casting Instructions for 'Simple Love Potion'


1. fill a half a bowl with water.

2. Add a drizzle of lemon juice

3. Add 2-4 rose petals

4. Add a teaspoon of cinnamon

5. Add a tablespoon of salt.

6. Whisk, till petals are completely soaked.

7. Poor in Vile/jar
Before I poor the potion into a vile, jar or bottle what should I do with the rose pedals. Should I throw them away or poor them along with the potion into the vile or bottle?

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Re: Simple Love Potion
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I would suggest not putting anything into another person's food or drink. You don't know what they could be allergic to and you don't know how they would react if they witness it.
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Re: Simple Love Potion
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Guess I'll be care then. I would ask that person what they would be allergic to for conversation.
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Why would you want to do such a thing anyway?
If you have to force someone's feelings with Magick, then that is not love.
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But the question is what should I do with the rose pedals put them in the vile or throw them away?
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Ok but still what should I do with the roses throw them away or add them in the bottle/vile along with the potion and what size vile should I use?
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I would leave them in, but I advise not to use a love potion or spell, it's not real love if you do, and it could also end badly if not performed right.
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As I've told to many people before you... Love is perhaps one of the most precious and holy of all emotions, and free will is the very essence of being a sentient being. To interfere with either is a crime beyond the description of words. So I highly, highly advise you to rethink this. What is the point of a forced emotion, even if this were to work? It is just hollow and false. It is not love. It is just an empty shell mimicking love. And as for free will... I believe that concept speaks for itself. To take the free will of another human being, or interfere with it in any way, is perhaps one of the most blatantly wrong concepts there is. At least among the majority of belief systems. In fact, I know not of a single one that says otherwise. Although obviously, I could always be missing a piece of information. But nonetheless, I think just about everyone here will tell you this is a bad idea, if not flat out wrong. Some (including myself) might even call it near evil, and definitely selfish. But I'll not rant on about that anymore. I'm not into forcing beliefs as much as anyone, but I feel I must say something for the sake of the other person, if nothing else. But the conceptual and moral side of such things aside... This is also a bad idea for many other reasons, as the other have somewhat highlighted. For one, they could be allergic to something in that brew, and you could cause them serious harm. In such a case, you would definitely be facing possible legal action and criminal charges (obviously this is also dependent on how bad the reaction is). You may face legal action if they find out you put something in their drink, even if they didn't have such a reaction (this I am less sure of, but nonetheless it may hold true). Thirdly, you must consider the social consequences. If they find out you put something in their drink, you'll likely be considered a creep, or something similar, by the other person, and those who they commonly associate with. Best case scenario, they believe it was just something random for the purpose of a prank. Even then, they won't be happy.

I mean let's be honest. Just looking at what you shared with us, this appears to be a general fluff spell (or potion, in this case). In other words... It's probably fake. Spells do not typically have very outright effects to begin with. Plus, look at the formatting on this spell. Most skilled practitioners of the arts would likely be neat about the information they post (I hate to sound assumptive, and frankly be so, but for this end, I believe it is necessary). This post has several errors, such as using the wrong word for vial, a lack of punctuation on the definition/description, and the description itself being very, very broad and unspecific. I mean it may be a simple concept, but I'd like to think if anyone who is skilled in the arts here would be a little more descriptive about this. So if nothing else, you are likely wasting your time using this spell. Especially if you're aware of the fact that the most effective spells are typically the ones you make yourself.

Now let's suppose for a moment that, despite the evidence to the contrary, this spell/potion works. That's all the more reason not to do it. As I said above, love and free will are two things you should never violate. To force an emotion is to destroy the emotion itself, leaving only the hollow shell.

If you truly want a person to love you, then talk to them. Get to know them. See if things would work out between you. Use mundane means. Magick is not the solution to everything. Frankly, in many situations such as this one, it just complicates things, or is not a viable solution at all. This one is more of the latter than the former. So to put all of this simply... Do not attempt to use this "Love Potion." Just talk to the person. Use mundane means. And above all, respect their free will, and their emotions. They're perhaps the most important things they have in their existence, and as such, should always be treated with respect and care.
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