I know that I am no editor or publisher, but I would like to guide you all in the topic of contribution.
As we all know there are quite some trolls on this site, one way to separate yourself from them is by contributing.
First of remember to always rate the spells you find so we know the trust level on the spells and their creators.
Next you want to help your fellow practitioners by posting in the forums and helping further guide your fellow mates.
Don't be a fluff, no one wants someone to make a mockery of there beliefs this in some forms may be considered harassment.
Harrasment is both against the site rules, but it is also just wrong.
Thank you all for viewing
This sounds like a 'Call to Arms' in my book, so let's get into this shall we?
"Always rate spells you find" there is a problem here, a very big one, a lot of people here don't know or wouldn't know what a trusted spell was if it sat infront of their face; because according to specific areas of the websites community - anything that promises 'Fantastical Results' is immediately a great and trusted spell.
These people are called Fluffs, not a term used to harrass someone, but on this Website a Fluff is someone who...
"Believes in impossible things and rejects any proper/actual information whilst at the same time insulted long practiced members on this website calling their beliefs stupid and unreal because they do not fit the 'Fluffs' perception of what magic is/how magic works"
Openly rejecting/ignoring proper, well documented and hard fought for information to play with their little delusions and games - these kinds of people are part of what hurts 'The Community'.
I personally would never trust a spell on this website because most of them are terrible or would never work, but hey, you're entitled to what you desire!
Here are some ways to help improve the 'Community'
Post topics/informative posts that are insightful, well thoughtout and have sources that can be traced back to - and do not plagerize.
Stick to talking about the topics you are actually studying/know about - too many times we have people coming in here and telling everyone about a subject they actually know nothing about - yet people will believe them instead of asking those who have been in the practice for years/have decent sources of information on them.